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When the gang looks into Pokémon Park, they find out why the Pokémon and humans are not meant to co-exist.
- Pokémon Professor
- Charmeleon (Unknown)
- Vulpix or Lillipup (Yorterry in Japan)
- Rhydon [reference]
Worker #1: Wow! I just felt a major shock!
Worker #2: Feeling the lightning hit this crate?
Worker #1: Hearing Lindsay Lohan still has a career!
[Another lighting bolt hits the crate causing it to open, then Pikachu grabs a worker's foot pulls him in and eats him. As another worker looks in horror, a flash of lightning reveals Pikachu's face.]
[Pokémon Park, after the title card the movie title is shown on an entrance way]
Pokémon Professor: I brought you all to my park because you're the far most Pokémon experts in the world. Misty, you won more Pokémon tournaments than any person alive. Ash here has written five books on the impact of Pokémon games.
Ash: Yeah, uhh, uhh, Pocket Monsters is the, uhh, the proper, uhh, nomenclature.
Pokémon Professor: Finally, we have Jesse and James. Uhh, why are you two here exactly?
Jessie: [giggles] Uhh, definately not to steal the secrets of Pokémon Park.
James: Uhh, yeah, I don't even know why you'd ask that. [giggles nervously]
Pokémon Professor: Welcome to Pokémon Park. [after seeing the Scientists observe the pokémon, the Professer releases a Charmander]
Ash: Yeah, this Charmander might be harmless now, but what happens when it evolves into Charizard?
Pokémon Professor: Please, Pokémon can't evolve on this island. They stay cute and adorable forever.
Pokémon Professor: Not you! Everyone hates you!
Ash: Yes, well, obviously that dumb fish will stay stupid and... harmless, but what about the others?
Pokémon Professor: Pokémon won't evolve unless they fight, and Pokémon here don't fight.
[Or so the Professor thinks. Charmander smacks Magikarp with his tail, sending the fish Pokémon flying out of the Poké Lab. This, of course, meant trouble...]
Pokémon Professor: Ugh!
[Charmander breathes fire and the Professer ducks]
Pokémon Professor: Quick, put him back in the Pokéball! Wha--? Where are the Balls?
James: Yeah, we got their Balls. (Indistinct laughing is heard over the phone.) Stop laughing! Just have our money! [gasp]
Jessie: Ohh, good! It's just you, you stupid fish. [she kicks Magikarp and hits the tree]
[Unfortunately for Team Rocket, this forced the Magikarp to evolve into the dread Gyarados.]
[Jessie and James try to run away, but it's too late - the Atrocious Pokémon eats them whole for its snack. Meanwhile, back at the Poké Lab, Charmander is still going crazy, and the Professor attempts to calm the Pokémon down...]
Pokémon Professor: Ehh, nice Fire-type Pokémon... [screams]
[The Charmander immolates the Professor, who screams in agony, while Ash and Misty can do nothing but watch his demise behind cover.]
[The Charmander evolves into the Charizard.]
[Ash and Misty hide in the closet with Charizard trying to open the door]
Ash: It's okay, it's okay. Uhh, Charizards, uhh, definitly, can't uhh, open doors.
[Oh, but they can burst through walls, as the Charizard does so.]
[Ash and Misty run into the Pokémon Museum where we see the skeleton of a Charizard, Ash and Misty are trapped and face their fate... until the Gyarados eats him in the nick of time.]
Misty: We're saved!
Ash: Uhh, do you think he remembers when I called him uhh, stupid?
Misty: I'm going to say... yes.
Gyarados: CHOMP! GRRRRR!
[Ash and Misty keep running until they reach the airport, Ash opens a door to a helicopter]
Ash: It's out of fuel.
Misty: Mine isn't. [Ash climbs up the Pidgeot and they both escape Pokémon Park]
Ash: Well, I guess Pokémon and man were never meant to walk the earth together.
Misty: Just be glad we weren't on Yu-Gi-Oh Island.
Ash: Why? What's that like?
Misty: Pretty much the same, only more complicated and less fun.
Ash: Ohh, yes, yes, like Digimon Island.
[when they are flying the screen goes down to reveal the evil Pikachu on Pidgeot's foot, he shocks everyone leaving their fate unknown as the segment ends]
- This is the ninth segment that the name of a MAD parody is said. The previous segments were:
- When they enter the lab, a poster in the background says "AIM FOR THE HORN," referencing an infamous scene in the Pokémon anime in which Pikachu used thunderbolt on Rhydon's horn to defeat it. This is impossible, gamewise, as electric-type attacks can't harm ground types.
- Ash Ketchum acts like Jeff Goldblum from Jurassic Park.
- Misty is claimed to have won more Pokémon tournaments than any person alive, even Pokémon Master-aspiring Ash.
- Meowth wasn't present with Jessie and James. He may have been the one James was talking to on the phone, but because he asked for the person on the other end to have their money, it may well have been the Team Rocket Boss, Giovanni.
- Pokémon referenced include: Pikachu, Charmander, Charizard, Magikarp, Gyarados, and Pidgey, a Chikorita, a Vulpix or Lillipup (Yorterry)-like, and the electric-type Elekid.
- Similar to the Pokémon anime and popular media, Magikarp is referenced as "The Pokémon Everyone Hates." and "The Weakest Pokémon Ever". However, it is feared as Gyarados.
- Three other Pokémon shown are: a Bulbasaur, a Chikorita, a Vulpix or Lillipup with an orange tail, and a blue colored Elekid.
- Charmander was suppose to evolve into Charmeleon before it can evolve into Charizard.
- Charizard is supposed to have wings, as it is the only starter pokemon that can fly.
- Yu-Gi-Oh! and Digimon are mentioned as being "more complicated" and "less fun" than Pokémon, probably due to the many addition concepts that cause it to differ greatly from Pokémon's simplistic rules. In addition: these three animes are typically mentioned and compared with each other and are among the most famous and popular animes of the generation.
- Jessie and James's voices were the most similar to their actual anime voice actors. James's is more similar than Jessie.
- Elekid's antennae resemble batteries. However, the real Elekid's antennae resemble electrical outlet fittings. Although its distinct design, some fans think it is a pokemon invented by the creators.
- In the Pokémon lab, there was a poster saying "Aim for the horn" referring to an old Pokémon joke with a battle of Pikachu and Rhydon, and in the background on a sheet of paper in the lab, the scientists were playing tic-tac-toe.
- As with many sketches, many characters bear little resemblance to their actual characters: Ash is curly haired and his skin is slightly darker than in actuality, Misty is blond and her ponytail isn't on the right side of her hair, Jessie's hair is blue and notably shorter than it actually is, and James has green hair. (Kablam! Reference?)
- However, Jessie does have blue eyes and James has green eyes in the anime.
- When Ash is introduced, he appears to flirt with Misty, who rejects him and continues playing what is assumed to be a Pokémon game. This is a reference to the famous Ash and Misty shipping, known as "Pokéshipping."
- Team Rocket has a "W" logo on their uniforms instead of their usual "R".
- Gyarados made the same sound Giant Susan made in Regular Show Season 2, Episode 11 (23): "Benson Be Gone".
- On the left side of the TV screen it shows a screen in one of the machines the tic tac toe game (on the part when Charmander is hugging Ash).
- Pikachu looked very different in this segment despite making Checkaflu look a lot like Pikachu's actual size.
- None of the characters or Pokémon looks like their designs.
- How Ash wrote 5 books about the impact of "Pokémon Games" could be a reference to the 5 Generations of Pokémon (Although Black and White was still in Japan until March 6th as this episode was first released on Feb.28).
- Antagonists: Pikachu, Charizard (Charmander) and Gyarados
- When Charmander evolves, it evolves into Charizard, but it completely skips Charmeleon. Then again, this is a Mad parody, so it's likely things won't be accurate.
- Also, Charamander looks more like Charmeleon, so really, it could be that it was Charmeleon, but was accidently refered to as Charamander.
- A similar thing happened in an English dub of Pokemon; Officer Jenny accidently reffered to Growlithe as Arcanine, it's evolved form.
- The Pokemon Professor says that Pokemon don't evolve unless they fight. This is somewhat true, as Pokemon gain experience after battle, and gaining more experience causes them to evolve. However, some Pokémon evolve from stones or items, or when traded with any or a certain Pokémon.
- When Jessie kicked Magikarp the same thing happened in the anime in two episodes.
- Innuendo: James says "Yeah, we got their balls" and instinct laughing is heard in the phone, possible Giovanni or Meowth.
- While this short is also a parody of Jurassic Park, no prehistoric pokemon not listed as Aerodactyl or Rampardos.
- Despiste this, Bulbasaur appears, though perhaps not mind since it is not a real dinosaur.
- In this short Gyarados is out of the original series in this short, since what distinguishes the real animal pokemon, pokemon is that they do not eat other living things, no matter how monstrous that look, so it would be meaningless that devour Jessie, James and Charizard