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#1 - Pokémon I Choose you!
Summary: This is the first Pokemon show. Ash
gets Pikachu as his very fist Pokemon after rushing to his Proff.
Oak’s lab. He meets Gary, his new rival then sets out on his
Pokemon Journey. They get caught in a storm, fight off pidgey’s
and in the end find that they are going to be good friends.
The show begins just like the game boy, with
a black and white Nidorino jumping back and forth behind a Gengar.
Suddenly, the whole thing becomes colorized and three dimensional as
we see a great pokémon battle progressing. It
is a league match being broadcasted on the television belonging to
Ash Ketchum: a ten-year old boy in Pallet town who is about to begin
his pokémon training. At his age, he can get a license and become a
pokémon trainer! Ash vows to become the greatest pokémon master of
all time!! He starts his training after receiving a beginner pokémon
which will happen tomorrow!!! IF he gets some sleep, informs his
mother. But Ash is too excited to sleep, so his mom has him watch a
more informative pokémon show with Professor Oak teaching Pallet
about the three possible pokémon young trainers can receive
tomorrow. They are Bulbasaur, Charmander, and Squirtle. After the
program is done, Ash dreams about which pokémon he will choose. As
he dreams of throwing a pokéball to release his pokémon, he
actually throws his own Voltorb alarm clock destroying it. The next
morning, Ash realizes he slept in and runs in his pajamas over to
Professor Oak’s house to get a pokémon. Ash arrives to find a
crowd of people including a cheer leading squad that cheers for
Gary promises to make Pallet famous as he
becomes the greatest pokémon master. He then insults Ash about his
tardiness and how he chose the best pokémon. But when Ash asks to
see the pokémon, Gary refuses and leaves, taking the crowd with
him. Professor Oak wonders how well prepared Ash is for pokémon
training in his pajamas, but Ash convinces Oak that he is ready. Unfortunately,
all three beginner pokémon have been taken by Gary and two others
who were on time. Ash pleads for a pokémon, and Oak does have one
left, but “there is a problem with it.” Ash doesn’t care and,
with the last remaining pokéball, he receives Pikachu. Ash thinks
it’s cute and picks it up, which Pikachu greatly dislikes with
shocking results. Oak gives Ash his pokédex and six pokéballs for
use. Outside a much less impressive crowd than before has gathered
with Ash’s mom to wish him good luck. They wonder, though, why
Pikachu isn’t in his pokéball and after a “game of catch,”
the crowd gets shocked by Pikachu.
So Ash departs with his “new friend” and
some items his mom packed for him. As
he drags Pikachu along with a leash and rubber gloves his mom
packed, he wishes they could be friends, but Pikachu acts very aloof
and openly shows his distrust of Ash. Ash wants Pikachu to stay in
the pokéball, like the pokédex says, but Pikachu shows that not
all pokémon like to stay in a pokéball. So Ash takes the leash off
of him in hopes of gaining his trust... all
he gains is Pikachu running up a tree. Just then, a Pidgey
interrupts them and Ash tries to catch it by throwing a pokéball at
it. However, it breaks out, and the pokédex informs Ash that most
trainers use their own pokémon to weaken wild ones for capture.
With Pikachu being uncooperative, Ash has to
tries to fight the Pidgey, but is easily beaten by a gust attack.
Both the pokédex and Pikachu believe that Ash will never become a
pokémon master. In his frustration, Ash throws a rock at some
Pidgeys. Unfortunately, he hits a Spearow who starts attacking them.
Pikachu shocks it,
which causes it to alert a whole flock of Spearows who begin pecking
at Pikachu. Ash grabs the badly hurt Pikachu and is forced to dive
down a waterfall to escape the flock. He is fished out, however, by
a young girl named Misty. She tells him to get Pikachu to the Pokémon
Center in Viridian City. Storm clouds gather as the flock finds them
and Ash takes Misty’s bike in order to get away, promising to
return it “some day.”
he crashes it as the rain pours down, and both him and Pikachu are
vulnerable. Ash asks Pikachu to get inside the pokéball so that it
will be safe while he offers his own body for the Spearows in order
to protect Pikachu. Pikachu sees the care Ash has and gains enough
strength to perform a devastating thunder attack which drives the
Spearows away and destroys everything in the nearby vicinity
(including the bike). As the rains part and the sun comes out, a
weakened Pikachu and surprised Ash realize they won. Just
then, a mysterious golden bird flies over the rainbow to which the
pokédex informs Ash that there are many unidentified pokémon in
the world. As Ash carries Pikachu into Viridian City, Pikachu licks
Ash’s cheek to signify the new bond they share as great friends.
Wow! It shows pokemon #250 Ho-Oh. When I saw it I
didn't know there was a gold and silver. The first time I saw it I
thought it was fearow. On a scale from 1 to 10, I give it about a 8
See you later......
Episode 1: Pokemon I Choose You!
The first episode starts out just like
the Red and Blue versions. You hear a ding!
Then you see an all-too-familiar battle between a Nidorino and
a Gengar. The two Pokemon battle for a while more until you realise
that it's what Ash is watching on TV. Ash dreams of being a Pokemon
Master. The next morning, Ash oversleeps, so he has to run rto
Professor Oak's lab in his pajamas. Since Ash was late, the
Bulbasaur, charmander and Squirtle were all gone. So, Ash had to
have Pikachu. As they're walking along the road, Pikachu is really
stubborn and doesn't like Ash, so Ash has to tie some rope around
Pikachu's waist and pull him along. Ash tries to catch a Pidgey, but
it escapes from the PokeBall. Then, Ash disturbes a flock of
Spearows. He falls in a river and Misty "catches" him with
her fishing pole. Ash steals Misty's bike to take Pikachu to the
Pokemon Center in Viridian City because Pikachu was attacked by the
Spearows. Suddenly, the Spearows attack Ash and Pikachu, but Pikachu
uses its Thundershock and gets rid of the birds. Then, they go to
Viridian and that's about it.
- Jeff K.
Episode 1- Pokemon, I choose you!
Ash Ketchum, a 10-year old boy from
Pallet Town, decides to become a Pokemon Trainer. His goal is to
become a Pokemon Master someday. The night before he starts his
journey by choosing a Pokemon from Professor Oak, the town's Pokemon
expert, he decides to watch a Pokemon match on T.V. When his mom
changes the channel, he gets to see the Pokemon he can pick from.
Bulbasaur, a plant Pokemon, Charmander, a flame Pokemon, or Squirtle,
a water Pokemon are his choices. That night, he goes to bed trying to
decide which Pokemon to choose.
Ash accidentally oversleeps. He
runs to Professor Oaks lab in his pajamas. In front of the lab, many
people are gathered around Gary Oak, Professor Oaks grandson. Then,
after the crowds clear, he runs into Professor Oak. Ash finds out that
there are no Pokemon left. Professor Oak pulls out another Pokemon. A
Pikachu appears. Its personality is electrifying.
Pikachu isn't a cooperative
Pokemon. It won't attack its opponent. Ash gets annoyed by Pikachu.
Only when a flock of Spearow attack Ash does Pikachu show its
strength. The attack leaves Pikachu weak. What will happen to Ash and
Episode 1 - Pokemon, I choose you!
Episode #1 of Pokemon- I Choose You, Pikachu!
The first episode of Pokemon starts off in Pallet Town with Ash
yearning to become a Pokemon Trainer. Ash is 10, and is awaiting the
day he gets a pokemon from Professor Oak. Over the night, Ash's alarm
clock breaks from Ash fidgeting in his sleep about choosing either
Charmander, Bulbasaur, or Squirtle. The next morning, Ash gets a very
late start and misses what the other pokemon trainers picked, except
he gets to see his rival through adolesence, the obnoxious Gary, the
grandson of Professor Oak. Ash then meets with Professor Oak,
realizing that Bulbasaur, Charmander, & Squirtle were already
picked. Ash then gets the last pokemon, Pikachu! Unfortunately,
Pikachu held a grudge against Ash. Pikachu expressed its feelings with
Thundershocks towards Ash. Finally, our two heros are on their
"merry" way to Viridian City. They encountered a Pidgey
(which Pikachu refused to fight). Ash tried to catch it in a pokeball,
but the bird escaped. Ash then decided to be very unsportsman like and
tries to catch a pokemon with the shadow of a bird by throwing a stone
at it. It wasn't a Pidgey, but a Spearow. After the Spearow tried to
attack Pikachu, Pikachu zapped the bird. The Spearow then went back to
its flock to call hundreds of Spearows! The large flock chased Ash
& Pikachu to a raging river. Ash held Pikachu tight and dived into
the river, taking cover from the Spearows, but being carried away by
the current. Down the river, here we meet Misty, who is fishing and
"catches" Ash. Ash suddenly "borrows" Misty's bike
to escape the pursuing Spearows. Ash heads for Viridian City's Pokemon
Center, still being chased by the enraged Spearows. The clear, sunny
day turns into a wild thunder storm with Ash and Pikachu being
furiously pecked at by the Spearows. Ash and Pikachu topple off the
bike and into the mud. Ash staggers back up, still in disbelief that
his first day of being a pokemon trainer is turning into a nightmare.
Ash then tells Pikachu to get in a pokeball to be safe. Ash then turns
towards the incoming Spearows and announces that he will catch all of
the Spearows 'cause he will become a Pokemon master. Ash is ready to
accept the pecking of a life time, until Pikachu rushes in and
Thunderbolts all the Spearows. Then the storm lifted. Ash arises and
lifts Pikachu. Pikachu licks Ash, a sign of affection and trust. Now
the two become immediate friends, and Ash quickly makes his way to
Viridian City to heal Pikachu.
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