This episode was notable for me, because it was a slugfest done well. I remember Ash vs. Morrisson and Ash vs. Tyson in the Hoenn Pokémon League, both of which I found hugely disappointing because they just seemed to boil down to "Hit him with powerful attack X!" and "Hit it back with powerful attack Y!". But this one was fast-paced and packed with power, yet it involved Pokémon using power quite cleverly to pre-empt an attack or strike when there was an opening. We also had some more emotions in there as well other than the standard determination... and Brandon's "NO!" was just the icing on the cake
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