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Old May 15th, 2013 (11:18 PM).
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    - what is animation quality
    - dawn's eyes???
    - this looks so off???
    - is it just me?
    - i've been watching in japanese so long that idc what ash's english voice sounds like \o/
    - this theme looks really good but i hate the song :|
    - planETS???
    - fight fight fight
    - these two are so sassy
    - brock's voice ain't bad when not exaggerated
    - this nando dude is cool
    - super cool design
    - nando's accent though what is that???
    - this is not a very beautiful battle
    - seeing Budew's buds move is so weird
    - nurse joy sounds weird
    - sassy ash~
    - omg Johanna <3
    - registration for things is so inconsistent
    - lecture from mama brock!
    - how did they set up that inn so fast
    - jfc y'all are gullible
    - well nevermind
    - wow james looked off-model there
    - "why are you a twerp" good one jessie
    - this is episode 4 wth did they get that many 'mon already??
    - oh type advantage training
    - why can't he do both tho
    - oh jfc the singing forest
    - how did you not notice that appalling racket before
    - is nando supposed to be mildly irish?
    - i spoiled myself on this evolution like half a minute before while finding nando's VA on bulba
    - turns out i was right and he's harley
    - also he IS doing both. kickass

    Well this episode wasn't too brill but it did keep a good pace up. Not much for character devolopment- Ash and Dawn just argued, Brock did exposition, Nando was a bit flat with somewhat unique ideas behind him. But it's early on and it's alright because he comes back. (I would say I spoiled myself on that too but I sorta knew it already). I liked Budew, it was adorable! And Piplup as it is now just doesn't seem like much of a contest 'mon haha.

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