Let me see: having Salamence use Hyper Beam and then Flamethrower on Ash directly, ordering Drapion to grab him, then ejecting him and Pikachu from her ship -- while it's in flight. I have a feeling that Pokémon Hunter J is developing a grudge against Ash for standing in her way too often. In fact, I will dare to say that J has taken a special place as one of my favorite fictional female villains... alongside the Female Changeling from Star Trek: Deep Space Nine. I will look forward to seeing the next confrontation with J, such that by the final showdown, she might be inclined to wage an all-out, one-woman war to destroy Ash and his friends once and for all. Fortunately, that Aura Sphere-wielding Riolu is back where it belongs, thereby denying J's client the power he's been craving for some unknown reasons. Overall, this was an excellent episode.
Babylon 5, Codename: Kids Next Door, 24, and now, My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic. I am many things at once, and many people might have different opinions about little, old me. If freedom is my main idea, then harmony, individuality, and modernization are the three attributes I now sense and track. Those three attributes and that idea combined to make the United States of America a great global superpower and Pearlshipping and Wishfulshipping great Pokémon couples, and now, they've combined to make those four shows truly great television programs to me. I will enjoy enthusiastically supporting the Equestrian ponies' adventures for peace, for humankind, for the future.