List of Pokémon: Adventures on the Orange Islands episodes

Pokémon: Adventures on the Orange Islands is the second season of the Pokémon anime series known in Japan as Pocket Monsters (ポケットモンスター, Poketto Monsutā). It originally aired in Japan from January 28 to October 7, 1999 on TV Tokyo, in the United States from December 4, 1999 to October 14, 2000 on The WB/Kids’ WB!, and in South Korea from during the year 2000 to the middle of the year 2001 on Seoul Broadcasting System and Tooniverse.

List of Pokémon: Adventures on the Orange Islands episodes
The front cover of the DVD collection box of English Pokémon: Adventures on the Orange Islands season, containing all 36 episodes of this season.
Country of originJapan
No. of episodes36
Original networkTV Tokyo
Original releaseJanuary 28 (1999-01-28) –
October 7, 1999 (1999-10-07)
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The season follows the adventures of the ten-year-old Pokémon trainer Ash Ketchum (voiced in English by Veronica Taylor, in Korean by Choi Deok-hyi, and in Japanese by Rika Matsumoto) and his electric mouse partner Pikachu (voiced by Ikue Ōtani) as they collect Gym Badges in the fictional Orange Archipelago, also known as the Orange Islands, so they can compete in the Orange League competition.

The episodes were directed by Masamitsu Hidaka and produced by the animation studio OLM.

The Japanese opening song is "The Rivals" (ライバル!, Raibaru!) by Rika Matsumoto for all 36 episodes. The ending songs are "Type: Wild" (タイプ: ワイルド, Taipu: Wairudo) by Rika Matsumoto for 23 episodes, "Pokémon March" (ポケモン音頭, Pokémon Ondo) by Sachiko Kobayashi, Koffing, and Ekans for 1 episode, and "Riding on Lapras" (ラプラスにのって, Rapurasu Ni Notte) by Mayumi Iizuka and Rikako Aikawa for 12 episodes. The English opening song is "Pokémon World" by Russell Velazquez, while each episodes close with Pikachu's Jukebox which contains 6 short music videos. The Korean opening song is "Pokémon Forever" (포켓몬 Forever, Poketmon Forever) by Jimu & Bang Daesik for 36 episodes. The ending song is "Good Friends" (좋은 친구들, Joheun Chingudeul) by Bang Daesik, Park Eungsik (Jimu), Kim Munseon & Kim Juhui for 36 episodes.


The division between series of Pokémon is based on the English version openings of each episode, and may not reflect the actual production season. The English episode numbers are based on their first airing in the United States either in syndication, Kids' WB!, or on Cartoon Network. (Other English-speaking nations largely followed either this order or the Japanese order). Subsequent airings of the English version follow the original Japanese order, except in the case of episodes which are no longer shown in English. The episodes that make up this portion of the series in Japan were subtitled Orange Islands Chapter (オレンジ諸島編, Orenji Shotō Hen). The first one that is shown at the end of the episode is called "Pikachu's Jukebox", which includes six songs from its first official soundtrack 2.B.A. Master

This series aired first-run episodes in Japan from January 28 to October 7, 1999. In the United States, it aired from December 4, 1999, to October 14, 2000. In South Korea, it aired from the second half of the year 2000 to the middle of the year 2001. In 2007, starting from the episode The Pokémon Water War, Pokémon started airing on Toonami Jetstream (incorrectly counted as Pokémon: The Johto Journeys episodes; however, they are technically part of season 3). In this season, Ash captures a Lapras and a Snorlax. The Lapras is then released. "Pikachu's Special toy" made its return for this season.

In the United States, the season was released on three DVDs in 2002 and 2003 by Viz Video and Pioneer,[1][2][3] and Viz Media released a box set containing all three DVDs in 2008.[4] Viz Media released Pokémon: Adventures in the Orange Islands – The Complete Collection on DVD in the United States on October 11, 2016.[5]

The second season of Pokémon (aka Pokémon: Adventures on the Orange Islands or Pokémon: Orange Island Adventures (on Kids’ WB! promotions) in the English-dubbed adaptation) is formerly licensed by 4Kids Entertainment in North America and other English-speaking territories, and was formerly distributed by Geneon USA/Pioneer Family Entertainment on North American home video and formerly distributed by Warner Bros. Family Entertainment and Warner Bros. Television Animation on US television, and also in North America. It is now licensed by The Pokémon Company International and distributed by VIZ Media, LLC on both home video and television.

Before the last episode of Pokémon Season 2: Adventures of the Orange Islands, on October 4, 1999, Softx is changing its name to MediaNet.


J# E# English title
Japanese title
Original air date English air date
8378"Pallet Party Panic" (Masara Town! Setting off on a New Journey)
Transcription: "Masara Taun! Aratanaru Tabidachi!" (Japanese: マサラタウン! あらたなるたびだち!)
January 28, 1999 (1999-01-28)December 4, 1999

Ash celebrates making it to the Kanto League back at Pallet Town. However, Team Rocket steal Pikachu by tricking them with a very spicy meal, but unlucky for them they're defeated by Charizard. Later on, Professor Oak asks Ash to go to Valencia Island to bring the mysterious Pokéball (GS Ball) from Professor Ivy. Ash prepares for his journey to Valencia Island, they are attacked by a group of Spearow and a very angry Fearow. Ash realizes that the Spearow Ash threw a rock at in "Pokémon, I Choose You!" has evolved into a Fearow, and soon carries Ash and Pikachu away. Then later, Ash's Pidgeotto evolves into Pidgeot, and is released to protect wild Pidgey and Pidgeotto.

  • Event: Ash's Pidgeotto Evolves Into Pidgeot. And Then, Releases It at The Viridian Forest, And Then, They Go to the Orange Islands.
8481"A Scare in the Air" (The Airship Hardship!?)
Transcription: "Hikōsen wa Fukōsen!?" (Japanese: ひこうせんはふこうせん!?)
February 4, 1999 (1999-02-04)January 8, 2000
Heading to the Valencia Island, Ash takes part in a lottery and wins a quick way there, a blimp ride... however the Blimp turns out to be controlled by Team Rocket. To make things worse, the old blimp may be haunted.
8582"Pokéball Peril" (Southern Pokémon and the GS Ball)
Transcription: "Nangoku Pokemon to GS Bōru" (Japanese: なんごくポケモンとGSボール)
February 11, 1999 (1999-02-11)January 15, 2000
Ash and his friends are on Valencia Island searching for Professor Ivy, so they can receive a mysterious Pokéball called the GS Ball. They find Professor Ivy's Pokémon Laboratory where the professor shows them the GS Ball. As the ball cannot not be opened or transported, Ash and his friends are tasked with returning the GS ball to Professor Oak for examination. Brock decides to stay on the island with Professor Ivy so that he can learn about Pokémon. Ash and Misty leave without Brock and board a dirigible airship but encounter Team Rocket. Team Rocket calls Ash and Misty "a pair of lovebirds". In the end, Jigglypuff suddenly appears and sings. Team Rocket and Jigglypuff exit the blimp while the blimp crash lands on Tangelo Island.
8683"The Lost Lapras" (Save Laplace!)
Transcription: "Rapurasu o Tasukero!" (Japanese: ラプラスをたすけろ!)
February 18, 1999 (1999-02-18)January 22, 2000

While exploring the island they crash-landed on, Ash and Misty discover a group of teenagers bullying a Lapras. Despite the bullies being driven away, the Lapras which is only a baby is refusing to let any humans near it and the pressure increases when Team Rocket arrive, intending to steal the Lapras, forcing Ash, Misty and their new friend, Tracey Sketchit (Ted Lewis in English, Lee Yeong-Ju, in Korean, and Tomokazu Seki in Japanese) to give chase and save the Lapras before it's too late.

  • Note: The 1st Appearance of Tracey Sketchit. The 1st Appearance of Tracey's Venonat.
  • Event: Ash Adopts A Lapras to Travel at The Orange Islands.
8784"Fit to Be Tide" (Orange League! Natsukan Gym!)
Transcription: "Orenji Rīgu! Natsukan Jimu!" (Japanese: オレンジリーグ! ナツカンジム!)
February 25, 1999 (1999-02-25)February 5, 2000
Having caught Lapras, Ash along with Misty and Tracey have embarked on a journey of exploring the Orange Islands as Ash plans to enter the Orange League. The group's first stop is Mikan Island where Ash finds the first Orange League Gym and discovers that the Orange League Gym structure is a lot different than the one he's used to seeing in his native Kanto.
8885"Pikachu Re-Volts" (The Mystery of the Missing Pokémon!)
Transcription: "Kieta Pokemon-tachi no Nazo!" (Japanese: きえたポケモンたちのナゾ!)
March 4, 1999 (1999-03-04)February 5, 2000
Butch and Cassidy attempt to control Pokémon with a large antenna sending out signals from Drowzee. Ash's Pikachu, Misty's Togepi, and all of Jessie and James' Pokémon turn against their masters because of the effects. They're going to have to team up to save their Pokémon. Togepi also learns Metronome from Drowzee.
8986"The Crystal Onix" (The Crystal Iwark)
Transcription: "Kurisutaru no Iwāku" (Japanese: クリスタルのイワーク)
March 11, 1999 (1999-03-11)February 5, 2000

While out at sea, Ash and his friends find a message in a bottle from Marissa of Sunburst Island asking if anyone knows about Onix made out of crystal. Curious, they help Marissa and her brother Mateo to find the Crystal Onix and to capture it.

  • Note: The 1st Appearance of Tracey's Marill.
9087"In the Pink" (The Island of Pink Pokémon)
Transcription: "Pinku no Pokemon-jima" (Japanese: ピンクのポケモンじま)
March 18, 1999 (1999-03-18)February 12, 2000
After getting caught in some whirlpools, Ash and his friends get washed up on Pinkan Island, a special Pokémon Reserve which contains Pokémon that are only of the color, pink. However, Team Rocket also get washed up on this island and start causing problems.
9190"Shell Shock" (The Secret of the Kabuto Fossils!)
Transcription: "Kabuto no Kaseki no Himitsu!" (Japanese: カブトのかせきのひみつ!)
March 25, 1999 (1999-03-25)March 4, 2000
After following some boats to an island, Ash and his friends discover an excavation, the whole island is made of fossilized Kabuto, however according to the legend, the Kabuto are said to awaken and unleash destruction on the island.
9288"Stage Fight" (Dance! Pokémon Showboat!)
Transcription: "Odoru! Pokémon Shōbōto!" (Japanese: おどる! ポケモンショーボート!)
April 1, 1999 (1999-04-01)February 12, 2000
After arriving on another island, Ash and his friends discover a showboat which has many talking Pokémon on it. Finding out they do performances, Ash and the gang decides to sit and watch it, but Team Rocket arrives to steal the rare talking Pokémon.
9389"Bye Bye Psyduck" (Goodbye Koduck! Come Back Golduck?)
Transcription: "Sayonara Kodakku! Mata Kite Gorudakku?" (Japanese: さよならコダック! またきてゴルダック?)
April 8, 1999 (1999-04-08)February 26, 2000
After stopping on another island to rest, Misty notices her Psyduck's tail is glowing, a nearby trainer says it may mean it is time for it to evolve. So Misty challenges her to battle and when she finds she has a Golduck, she easily beats the trainer. However, Team Rocket has other plans. Later, Golduck turns out to be a wild Pokémon as Misty's Psyduck had only slept in its Pokéball.
9491"The Joy of Pokémon" (Sailing Joy! Cross the Raging Waves!)
Transcription: "Seiringu Jōi! Aranami o Koete!" (Japanese: セイリングジョーイ! あらなみをこえて!)
April 15, 1999 (1999-04-15)March 4, 2000
Ash and his friends meet a Nurse Joy who does not run a Pokémon Center of her own but instead travels between islands on the archipelago which are too small to have a Pokémon Center on them and heals sick Pokémon. Ash and his friends decide to help Nurse Joy.
9592"Navel Maneuvers" (Navel Gym! Snowy Mountain Battle!)
Transcription: "Nēburu Jimu! Yuki Yama no Tatakai!" (Japanese: ネーブルジム! ゆきやまのたたかい!)
April 22, 1999 (1999-04-22)March 11, 2000
The group arrive on Navel Island where Ash finds himself up against the Gym Leader, Danny as Ash competes for his second Orange League badge. Misty attempts to tempt Ash by showing a more caring attitude to Danny. Ash once again gets jealous and sad.
9693"Snack Attack" (Gluttonous Kabigon! Huge Panic!)
Transcription: "Ōgui Kabigon! Dai Panikku!" (Japanese: おおぐいカビゴン! だいパニック!)
April 29, 1999 (1999-04-29)March 25, 2000

Arriving on the Grapefruit Islands, Ash discovers that there is a Snorlax going from island to island and Snorlax was responsible for eating all the grapefruits. Ash is employed to help stop the greedy Snorlax, but the Snorlax proves to be slippery. Later on, with the help of Jigglypuff, Ash captures the Snorlax.

  • Event: Ash Catches a Snorlax at Grapefruit Island.
9794"A Shipful of Shivers" (Ghost Ship and Ghost Pokémon!)
Transcription: "Yūreisen to Yūrei Pokemon!" (Japanese: ゆうれいせんとゆうれいポケモン!)
May 6, 1999 (1999-05-06)March 25, 2000
Arriving on Moro Island, Ash and his friends hear about a long lost Orange League Trophy being found on a sunken ship, but when Team Rocket steals it, Ash and the gang follow them to a ghost ship inhabited by Gastly and Haunter.
9895"Meowth Rules!" (Lord Nyarth's Island!?)
Transcription: "O Nyāsu-sama no Shima!?" (Japanese: おニャースさまのしま!?)
May 13, 1999 (1999-05-13)March 25, 2000
Meowth finds himself on an island where the inhabitants believe him to be the "Great Meowth of Bounty".
9996"Tracey Gets Bugged" (The Strike Soldier's Pride)
Transcription: "Sutoraiku Senshi no Hokori" (Japanese: ストライクせんしのほこり)
May 20, 1999 (1999-05-20)April 1, 2000

Arriving on Murcott Island, Ash and his friends discover a wounded Scyther. After capturing it, Tracey must take it to a Pokémon Center. While there, he discovers the Scyther got dethroned from being in charge of his group.

  • Event: Tracey Catches a Scyther.
10097"A Way Off Day Off" (It's a Southern Island! Everyone Assemble!)
Transcription: "Minami no Shima da yo! Zen'in Shūgō!" (Japanese: みなみのしまだよ! ぜんいんしゅうごう!)
May 27, 1999 (1999-05-27)April 8, 2000
Deciding to take a break on a nearby island, Ash, his friends, and all their Pokémon just use the time to relax and get better acquainted. However, Team Rocket has other plans for the Pokémon and intend to steal them.
10198"The Mandarin Island Miss Match" (Elite Four Canna! Ice Battle!!)
Transcription: "Shitennō Kanna! Kōri no Tatakai!!" (Japanese: してんのうカンナ! こおりのたたかい!!)
June 3, 1999 (1999-06-03)April 15, 2000
The group descend on Mandarin Island where Ash's arrogance emerges due to the fact that he's won every single battle he's had since arriving on the island but upon meeting Prima (aka Lorelei), a member of the Elite Four, and challenging her to a battle, Ash starts to realize that he may have made a grave mistake.
10299"Wherefore Art Thou, Pokémon?" (Nidoran's Love Story)
Transcription: "Nidoran no Koimonogatari" (Japanese: ニドランのこいものがたり)
June 10, 1999 (1999-06-10)April 22, 2000
Still on Mandarin Island, Ash and his friends go through Victorian Town where they find two Nidoran who are in love with each other but any possible hint of a relationship is being derailed by the trainers who happen to be childhood rivals.
103100"Get Along, Little Pokémon" (Coil on the Prairie!)
Transcription: "Daiheigen no Koiru-tachi!" (Japanese: だいへいげんのコイルたち!)
June 17, 1999 (1999-06-17)April 29, 2000
Ash and his friends discover a man who has troops of Magnemite and has to take them to a town on the island in order to give it power. However, he gets injured, so it is up to Ash to herd up the Magnemite and get them to the town.
104101"The Mystery Menace" (Monster in the Sewers!?)
Transcription: "Chikadō no Kaibutsu!?" (Japanese: ちかどうのかいぶつ!?)
June 24, 1999 (1999-06-24)May 6, 2000
Heading to the other end of Mandarin Island and the city of Trovitopolis, Ash and his friends discover there's a monster in the sewer that is causing lots of problems in the town. When the Mayor wants to blow it up, Nurse Joy protests and asks Ash and company to help.
105106"Misty Meets Her Match" (Yuzu Gym! Type Battle 3 vs. 3!!)
Transcription: "Yuzu Jimu! Taipu Batoru San Tai San!!" (Japanese: ユズジム! タイプバトル3VS3!!)
July 1, 1999 (1999-07-01)September 9, 2000
Ash arrives on Trovita Island prepared to battle for his third Orange League Gym Badge. However, much to Ash's dismay, the Gym Leader, Rudy, has more than just battling on his mind, Rudy develops a crush on Misty, and Ash gets jealous once again. Rudy moves in to court Misty after she helps rescue his younger sister, Mahri. While Ash battles for the Spike Shell Badge, Misty considers the tempting offer to stay on the island with Rudy and Mahri forever. Later, Rudy understands that Misty wants to go with Ash. In the end, Rudy compliments that Ash is lucky before they say their goodbyes.
106108"Bound for Trouble" (Pikachu vs. Nyarth!?)
Transcription: "Pikachū Tai Nyāsu!?" (Japanese: ピカチュウVSニャース!?)
July 15, 1999 (1999-07-15)September 15, 2000
After getting his 3rd Orange League Badge, Ash and his friends arrive on an island, where Pikachu is soon captured by Team Rocket and is chained to Meowth. But soon after Pikachu and Meowth are taken away by a giant Pidgeot, the trapped rivals eventually learn how to get along.
107105"Charizard Chills" (Lizardon! I Choose You!!)
Transcription: "Rizādon! Kimi ni Kimeta!!" (Japanese: リザードン! きみにきめた!!)
July 22, 1999 (1999-07-22)September 2, 2000
Ash, Tracey and Misty are sailing along on Lapras when they almost crash into another Pokémon trainer wanting to battle Ash. This trainer heard about Ash from the Trovita Island gym leader and wants to put his Pokémon up against Ash’s. When the new trainer uses a super-powerful Poliwrath on Charizard, it’s more than anyone expects. After Charizard gets frozen in a battle, Ash tries to defrost him. Charizard, still distrusting of Ash, doesn't want his help, but Ash keeps trying. Charizard finally decides to obey and respect Ash as not only his trainer but also his friend, and the two become closer than ever! Ash is able to give a stunning defeat to the Poliwrath that froze Charizard earlier.
108104"The Pokémon Water War" (Firefighting Showdown! Zenigame vs. Kameil)
Transcription: "Hikeshi Taiketsu! Zenigame Tai Kamēru" (Japanese: ひけしたいけつ! ゼニガメVSカメール)
July 29, 1999 (1999-07-29)August 26, 2000
On the next island, Ash and his friends see a team of firefighters consisting of Squirtle, Wartortle, and Blastoise. Eager to test its skills, Ash's Squirtle get to train with them. But when an actual fire turns up, training has to become reality.
109103"Pokémon Food Fight" (Burn! Kabigon!!)
Transcription: "Moe yo! Kabigon!!" (Japanese: もえよ! カビゴン!!)
August 5, 1999 (1999-08-05)August 19, 2000
While in a battle, Ash accidentally breaks Snorlax's Pokéball. With the Pokémon Center on the other side of the island, Ash and his friends have to get Snorlax there. And to make matters worse, Team Rocket arrive and are hoarding the island's food ransom until they get Pikachu.
110107"Pokémon Double Trouble" (Tag Battle! The Last Gym!!)
Transcription: "Taggu Batoru! Saigo no Jimu!!" (Japanese: タッグバトル! さいごのジム!!)
August 12, 1999 (1999-08-12)September 9, 2000
On Kumquat Island, Ash discovers Luana, the final Orange Island Gym Leader, who mistakes him for her son. After defending the island from Team Rocket, they head to the Gym to have a Double Battle where Pikachu and Charizard battle against Marowak and Alakazam but Pikachu's and Charizard's unwillingness to work together might end up costing Ash his chance of qualifying for the Orange League.
111109"The Wacky Watcher" (Koiking! The Secret of Evolution!!)
Transcription: "Koikingu! Shinka no Himitsu!!" (Japanese: コイキング! しんかのひみつ!!)
August 19, 1999 (1999-08-19)September 16, 2000
On Rind Island, Tracey meets Dr. Quackenpoker, a noted Pokémon Watcher who is doing a study on the Magikarp that climb up waterfalls and how they evolve into Gyarados. However, Team Rocket appears to steal the Magikarp and get them to evolve.
112110"The Stun Spore Detour" (Nyoromo and Kasumi)
Transcription: "Nyoromo to Kasumi" (Japanese: ニョロモとカスミ)
August 26, 1999 (1999-08-26)September 16, 2000

On a tiny island, Ash and Tracey get affected by Stun Spore leaving it up to Misty to get an antidote to heal them. Can Misty find it with the help of her new Poliwag?

  • Event: Misty Catches a Poliwag.
113111"Hello Pummelo" (Winners' Cup! Full Battle 6 vs. 6!!)
Transcription: "Wināzu Kappu! Furu Batoru Roku Tai Roku!!" (Japanese: ウィナーズカップ! フルバトル6VS6!!)
September 2, 1999 (1999-09-02)September 23, 2000
Having arrived on Pummelo Island, Ash finally gets the chance to battle the Orange League leader and Champion, Drake in a full six-on-six Pokémon battle, only to discover that the battle may prove to be the toughest one he's ever had.
114112"Enter the Dragonite" (Final Battle! Kairyu Appears!!)
Transcription: "Fainaru Batoru! Kairyū Tōjō!!" (Japanese: ファイナルバトル! カイリューとうじょう!!)
September 9, 1999 (1999-09-09)September 23, 2000
Ash continues his fight against Drake in hopes of becoming the Orange League Champion and earning a place in the Orange League Hall of Fame but things hit a snag when Drake brings out his final Pokémon—the legendary Dragonite whose overwhelming strength and powerful attacks are a force to be reckoned—causing Ash to realize that his dream of becoming Orange League Champion may not become a reality after all.
115113"Viva Las Lapras" (Goodbye Laplace!)
Transcription: "Sayonara Rapurasu!" (Japanese: さよならラプラス!)
September 16, 1999 (1999-09-16)September 30, 2000

Having been crowned the Orange League Champion after winning his battle against Drake, Ash and the team are heading back to Pallet Town in Kanto, but their plans get derailed when Lapras finally discovers its family, only for everyone to realize that Lapras's pack want nothing to do with Ash's Lapras now that it has gotten involved with humans. Ash, Misty and Tracey soon learn that a group of pirates and their Tentacruel are attacking Lapras's group and when the bullying starts up again, with Tracey having gone to alert Officer Jenny, Ash and Misty decide to get into the fight, vowing to stop the pirates once for all.

  • Event: Ash Released Lapras for his herd.
116114"The Underground Round-Up" (Big Marumine Explosion!?)
Transcription: "Marumain Dai Bakuha!?" (Japanese: マルマインだいばくは!?)
September 23, 1999 (1999-09-23)September 30, 2000
Having to travel by boat, Ash and his friends arrive on Hamlin Island, their final stop before returning to Kanto to discover that the town is being attacked by hundreds of Electrode. A man named Poncho is trying to stop them with his group of Diglett.
117115"A Tent Situation" (Return to Masara Town!)
Transcription: "Kaettekita Masara Taun!" (Japanese: かえってきたマサラタウン!)
September 30, 1999 (1999-09-30)October 7, 2000
They’re back in Pallet Town. When they get home, they discover that Brock is back and he won’t explain why he left Valencia Island. However, as usual, Team Rocket try to steal all of the Pokémon in Professor Oak’s lab by vacuuming all the Pokéballs, including the GS Ball that Professor Oak was working on. Can they get it back?
118[6]116"The Rivalry Revival" (Rival Showdown! Satoshi vs. Shigeru!!)
Transcription: "Raibaru Taiketsu! Satoshi Tai Shigeru!!" (Japanese: ライバルたいけつ! サトシVSシゲル!!)
October 7, 1999 (1999-10-07)October 14, 2000

After Gary saves the day against Team Rocket, Ash decides to challenge him where Pikachu is against Eevee. However, Gary wins the battle. Ash is depressed, but goes to follow Gary to Johto in order to beat him once and for all. Tracey decides to stay in Pallet Town, so he can be Professor Oak's assistant. In the end, Brock rejoins the group and they head off to Johto.

  • Event: Tracey leaves the group to be with Professor Oak and Brock rejoins the group.

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  5. ^ "Pokemon — Adventures on the Orange Islands Box Set". Retrieved 2012-05-05.
  6. ^ This is the first episode to have a 1999 MediaNet logo replacing the Softx logo.

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