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OP/ED: もえよ ギザみみピチュー! / Moeyo Giza mimi Pichu!
もえよ ギザみみピチュー!
Title もえよ ギザみみピチュー!
Moeyo Giza mimi Pichu!
Song もえよ ギザみみピチュー!
Song Artist 中川翔子 (Shōko Nakagawa)
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Moeyo Giza mimi Pichu! (もえよ ギザみみピチュー!) began airing with DP121 Evolution! This Time for Pochama!? (進化!その時ポッチャマは!?). This was around the time that the Giza mimi Pichu campaign was in full swing in Japan. The ending replaced the depressing and boring ending Ashita wa Kitto which featured Hikari's Pochama in an emo state with an upbeat and exciting song sung by Pokémon Sunday host Shōko Nakagawa (中川翔子).

The ending starts off with a silhouette of Giza mimi Pichu standing in front of a yellow background with a Poké ball on it. The silhouette Pichu begins doing a few kung fu fighting moves until the silhouette fades out to a fully visible Pichu.

The yellow background fades out and a wooden panel wall with a wood floor replaces it. Pikachu, Pochama, Hikozaru and Gureggru join Giza mimi Pichu and they all begin practicing kung fu fighting moves. Pikachu colored Pichu jumps into the fray and begins doing some kung fu fighting moves of its own disturbing the other Pokémon. This makes Giza mimi Pichu mad and it chases after Pikachu colored Pichu.

The next scene features the two Pichu's climbing up a tree but Giza mimi Pichu hits a branch and falls to the ground. Pikachu colored Pichu, standing on a tree branch, looks down to the ground and points and laughs at Giza mimi Pichu. A pile of Ubu Berry fills the screen as the two Pichu's begin eating them as fast as possible. Pikachu colored Pichu eats too many berries and knocks itself out.

Pikachu, Pochama, Hikozaru, Gureggru and the two Pichu's are next seen running together in a field and then it quickly transitions to Giza mimi Pichu standing on the edge of a cliff when it realizes its lost. It begins running around and then starts to cry.

Mimirol tries to brush out Giza mimi Pichu's spiky ears but isn't able too as the Pokémon are seen floating around on flowers. The final scene features Giza mimi Pichu being chased by Pikachu, Pochama, Hikozaru and Gureggru until the final pose all together at the end.

Pokémon Sunday #233

Near the end of Pokémon Sunday #233, Shoko-tan revealed that she would be singing the ending song for the Pocket Monsters Diamond and Pearl anime starting in April 2009. She performed the TV version in the studio with the rest of the cast who cheered her on but she lipsync'd the singing of the song.

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  • United States Ash's Pikachu
  • Japan サトシのピカチュウ
  • Japan Satoshi no Pikachu
  • Japan Satoshi's Pikachu
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  • United States Ash's Chimchar
  • Japan サトシのヒコザル
  • Japan Satoshi no Hikozaru
  • Japan Satoshi's Hikozaru
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  • Japan タケシのグレッグル
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  • Japan ヒカリのポッチャマ
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  • Japan ヒカリのミミロル
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  • Japan ギザみみピチュー
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  • Japan ピチュー
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