You know Its funny how I watch an episode of Pokemon on what's about not something as trivial as music. I don't even pay attention to the music.
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Do you want to know what the real problem is with the music? People care too much about it.
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I think James wont see it again...
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Me too. I will probably miss Cacnea.
not really gonna miss cacnea barely saw in DP anyways
This was odd..why would pokemon battling need to be promoted?
Maybe today's youth is beginning to realize you can earn a decent living with those white-collar city jobs. That takes me back to the awesome Weekend Warrior.
Pretty great episode that manages to stick to the original plot, no pink glove machine, defeating TR doesn't solve all problems. Cacnea learning the way of the ultimate fist was quite a tear jerker, James discovered he's so pathetic he could never hope for significant progress with Drain Punch.
Bah, at least one of them went right up Aipom's snuff. Powerful stuff, and the green spinning lights would have kept Cacnea at the lead for TR's best attack sequences.
Dawn's not used to the idea that Team Rocket is human? That entire Electrike affair sits rotten in the pit of my stomach. Eh, can't blame the show for trying common sense every once in a while.
I'm hopeless now that I recognized Make a Wish at the end. Haven't seen that movie in 2 years. Very superb piece in a regular episode, serious work really went into James here. Keep up that soundtrack and it'll put everything else on CN to shame. (Except B10 Alien Force, they got their own orchestra!)
8/10 Farewell emotion hasn't been this great since Charizard, sorry May and Max.
I'll miss Cacnea. Cacnea was the best of all James' Pokémon. ALL. Atleast in my opinion. And just like all Pokémon who leave, we'll never see it again. But since Gardenia seems to have more screentime than other gym leaders there might be a possibility...
This episode was sad.. I almost cried at the end when James was commanding Cacnea to stay with Gardenia. and then when James called him back into the Pokeball, oh lord.. that was really touching... Nice episode
And I came for fun..
I'm sad Cacnea is gone, but Carnvine scares me, it looks like a mental patient.
How is his opinion wrong? Oh right...it isn't.
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This was one of my top favorite episodes so far of season 11, along with "Team Shocker" and "Crossing Paths". Any episode where Team Rocket and Team Twerp get along together is tops in my book, and this episode is exceptional because not only do they get along, but the twerps actually try and help James help his Cacnea become stronger. It was awesome to watch, and it was an excellent James episode. Too bad that James ended up giving Cacnea to Gardenia (she's awesome!), but I could tell he really wanted Cacnea to do better. It was an incredible scene.
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Definitly one of the most moving episodes I've seen in quite some time
In this episode, James attempts to train a pokemon properly. His practicicng Drain Punch is a lot like how Pikachu learned Iron Tail. If Team Rocket actually took the time to train pokemon like this more often, they culd be half decent and maybe BEAT ash or something (I know, antagonist winning?! sorry). I know they CAN do it, because Jessie trained hard, and won her self a ribbon!
I actually cried when James gave his Cancea to Gardenia. It was such a moving scene.