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An animated series based on the popular electronic toy "Pocket Monster" in which children raise an electronic monster and train it to fight other monsters. In this show, Satoshi and his monster, Pikachuu, travel the land hoping to improve their skills and eventually become the grand champions. Along the way, they get into various adventures, usually involving fellow monster Nyath and his trainers. Written by
Jean-Marc Rocher <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Pokemon Harahara Rirê
(Exciting Pokémon Relay)
Performed by Rikako Aikawa
Lyrics by Akihito Toda
Music and arrangement by Hirokazu Tanaka
(Eighth ending theme, episodes #143-152 and #164-173) See more »
I remember watching the pokemon anime back at 2002, it was first when I saw the show and it's first season. The first season is till now the best; I loved most of the episodes in season 1 and after finishing from watching the entire season, I was more then excited to watch season 2. But season 2 wasn't good as i expected neither are the rest of the seasons. This show should've had one season only; till now i'm trying to like this anime again but can't. Except for season 1 each season afterwards is just worst then the other.
A word of advice: don't waste your time watching this anime's second season and onwards.
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