Misty meets another trainer who also is an expert on water Pokémon. The new trainer notices signs that Misty's Psyduck may be ready to evolve. As the two prepare for a Pokémon battle, a Golduck springs from the water and battles for Misty.

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Episode credited cast:
Madeleine Blaustein ...
Meowth (voice) (as Addie Blaustein)
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Misty / Jessie / Goldeen (voice)
Eric Stuart ...
James / Squirtle / Tentacruel (voice)
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Ash Ketchum / Girl 1 (voice)
Rikako Aikawa ...
Lapras / Golduck (voice)
Rodger Parsons ...
Narrator (voice) (as Ken Gates)
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Michael Haigney ...
Psyduck (voice) (as Roger Kay)
Ted Lewis ...
Tracey Sketchit (voice) (as Ed Paul)
Shin'ichirô Miki ...
Staryu (voice) (as Shinichiro Miki)
Lisa Ortiz ...
Marina / Girl 2 / Girl 3 (voice)
Kayzie Rogers ...
Marill (voice)
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Pikachu / Starmie (voice) (as Ikue Otani)
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Misty meets another trainer who also is an expert on water Pokémon. The new trainer notices signs that Misty's Psyduck may be ready to evolve. As the two prepare for a Pokémon battle, a Golduck springs from the water and battles for Misty.

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26 February 2000 (USA)  »

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Misty's moment
28 October 2015 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Misty is one of Ash's best friends but doesn't always get the chance to not only show her character, but her battling skills simultaneously and this episode does that. We get another character that is like Misty herself in terms of interest and following the nature of the show maintaining a friendly disposition even in the midst of battle. This episode would be my favorite of Misty's battles she has had traveling with Ash. It starts off a bit awkward, but gradually develops strong courtesy of one Pokemon: Golduck, who's not only cool to look at but has a powerful disposal of moves. Adding in a Team Rocket attack makes the episode more memorable followed by the climactic final round and a hilarious ending I won't reveal.


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