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The Mother of All Battlers 

The adventurers stay with Dawn's mother as Dawn prepares for the next Pokemon contest. Dawn challenges her mother to a battle.

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Ash Ketchum / Delia Ketchum / Johanna (voice)
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Jessie / Piplup / Goldeen (voice)
Emily Bauer ...
Dawn / Happiny (voice) (as Emily Jenness)
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James / Professor Oak / Meowth (voice) (as Billy Beach)
Kayzie Rogers ...
Umbreon / Bellossom / Sunflora (voice)
Bill Rogers ...
Brock / Croagunk (voice)
Rodger Parsons ...
Narrator (voice)
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Pikachu (voice)
Cassandra Lee Morris ...
Nathaniel (voice) (as Meghan McCkracken)
Marc Thompson ...
(voice)
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Izzy (voice) (as Billy Regan)
Georgette Reilly ...
Cara (voice)
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Sayer (voice)
Debora Rabbai ...
Noelle (voice) (as Angora Deb)
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Storyline

Ash and friends go to Twinleaf Town, Dawn's hometown. The entire Town is preparing for the local festival and the mother of Dawn, Johanna, she is especially busy as member of the organizers of the festival. Dawn and Johnanna decide to battle. Johnanna uses her Glameow and Umbreon and Dawn uses Piplup and Pachirisu. Johnanna comes up with her strategies and defeats Piplup and Pachirisu. Written by Pablo Solis

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2 January 2010 (USA)  »

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16:9 HD
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The original dub title for this episode was "The Mother of All Battlers!", but was later replaced. Despite this, some streaming services used the original title. See more »

Soundtracks

Battle Cry - (Stand Up!)
(twelfth theme song)
Lyrics by John Loeffler and David Wolfert
Composed by John Loeffler and Manny Corallo
Arranged by Manny Corallo
Performed by Erin Bowman
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