Pokémon: Advanced Battle
Transcription: "Pāruru to Banebū! Shinju o Sagase!" (Japanese: パールルとバネブー！しんじゅをさがせ！)
Transcription: "Jīransu to Shinkai no Hihō!" (Japanese: ジーランスと深海の秘宝！)
Transcription: "Hantēru to Sakurabisu! Shinka no Nazo!" (Japanese: ハンテールとサクラビス！進化の謎！)
Transcription: "Kinniku Batoru!? Daburu Batoru!!" (Japanese: 筋肉バトル！？ダブルバトル！！)
Transcription: "Gurādon Tai Kaiōga! (Zenpen)" (Japanese: グラードンVSカイオーガ! （前編）)
Transcription: "Gurādon Tai Kaiōga! (Kōhen)" (Japanese: グラードンVSカイオーガ! （後編）)
Transcription: "Fū to Ran! Uchū Senta no Tatakai!" (Japanese: フウとラン！宇宙センターの戦い！)
Transcription: "Tokusane Jimu! Sorurokku to Runatōn!" (Japanese: トクサネジム！ソルロックとルナトーン！)
Transcription: "Yureru Shima no Tatakai! Dojotchi Tai Namazun!!" (Japanese: ゆれる島の戦い！ドジョッチVSナマズン！！)
Transcription: "Umi no Otoko! Shitennō Genji Tōjō!!" (Japanese: 海の男！四天王ゲンジ登場！！)
Transcription: "Dokutā Moroboshi no Shima! Kaseki Pokemon Arawareru!!" (Japanese: ドクター・モロボシの島！化石ポケモン現る！！)
Transcription: "Izabe Shima Pokemon Kontesuto! Ribaru Nikio Tsukero!!" (Japanese: イザベ島ポケモンコンテスト！ライバルに気をつけろ！！)
Transcription: "Kyodai Nendōru o Fūin se yo!!" (Japanese: 巨大ネンドールを封印せよ！！)
Transcription: "Koi Suru Kuchīto! Hasuburero no Hanamichi!!" (Japanese: 恋するクチート！ハスブレロの花道！！)
Transcription: "Nakkurā to Biburāba! Maboroshi no Mizūmi!!" (Japanese: ナックラーとビブラーバ！幻の湖！！)
Transcription: "Abusoru! Shinobi Yoru Wazawai no Kage" (Japanese: アブソル！忍び寄るわざわいの影)
Transcription: "Yukiwarashi o Tsukamaero!" (Japanese: ユキワラシをつかまえろ！)
Transcription: "Rarutosu o Sukue! Isoge Masato!" (Japanese: ラルトスを救え！急げマサト！)
Transcription: "Rune Jimu! Mizu no Ātisuto, Adan! (Zenpen)" (Japanese: ルネジム！水のアーティスト・アダン！（前編）)
Transcription: "Rune Jimu! Mizu no Ātisuto, Adan! (Kōhen)" (Japanese: ルネジム！水のアーティスト・アダン！（後編）)
Transcription: "Massuguma! Yūjō no Katachi!?" (Japanese: マッスグマ！友情のカタチ！？)
Transcription: "Maboroshi Shima no Sōnano!" (Japanese: まぼろし島のソーナノ！)
Transcription: "Korogare! Koi Suru Donfan!" (Japanese: ころがれ！恋するドンファン！)
Transcription: "Konsen, Konran! Pokemon Kontesuto, Kinagi Taikai! (Zenpen)" (Japanese: 混戦、混乱！ポケモンコンテスト・キナギ大会！（前編）)
Transcription: "Konsen, Konran! Pokemon Kontesuto, Kinagi Taikai! (Kōhen)" (Japanese: 混戦、混乱！ポケモンコンテスト・キナギ大会！（後編）)
Transcription: "Haruka Derishasu de, Gonbe Getto kamo!!" (Japanese: ハルカデリシャスで、ゴンベGETかも！！)
Transcription: "Raibaru Tōjō! Masamune to Danbaru!!" (Japanese: ライバル登場！マサムネとダンバル！！)
Transcription: "Kaitō Bannai to Ribon Kappu!!" (Japanese: 怪盗バンナイとリボンカップ！！)
Transcription: "Satoshi to Haruka! Hōen de no Atsuki Batoru!!" (Japanese: サトシとハルカ！ホウエンでの熱きバトル！！)
Transcription: "Kaimaku! Gurando Fesutibaru, Wan!!" (Japanese: 開幕！グランドフェスティバル①！！)
Transcription: "Nettō! Gurando Fesutibaru, Tsū!!" (Japanese: 熱闘！グランドフェスティバル②！！)
Transcription: "Kessen! Gurando Fesutibaru, Surī!!" (Japanese: 決戦！グランドフェスティバル③！！)
Transcription: "Sabaibaru de Ikō!" (Japanese: サバイバルでいこう！)
Transcription: "Saiyū Shiti Tōchaku! Nagagutsu o Haita Nyāsu!?" (Japanese: サイユウシティ到着！長靴をはいたニャース！？)
Ash and his friends have finally arrived in Ever Grande city for the Hoenn League Championships, but they're mobbed by a group of Murkrow as they're looking for a place to eat. A snappily-dressed Meowth and its Trainer, Tyson, jump into save the day. After introductions and a friendly lunch together, it's time to see the torch carried to the stadium. Tyson himself turns out to be the torch bearer!
While Tyson heads for the stadium, Ash makes his preparations for the Hoenn league and wonders where Morrison is. Team Rocket is also making their preparations—to steal the torch, which burns with a legendary flame! When Tyson brings the torch to a storage room before the ceremonies, a disguised Team Rocket grabs the torch and runs! Officer Jenny, Nurse Joy, and our heroes all give chase and finally corner Team Rocket.Tyson's Meowth seizes the torch and dares Team Rocket's Meowth to try and take it back. Meowth, its pride wounded, takes up the challenge, but is quickly defeated by its new rival before Team Rocket is sent blasting off as usual. With the torch recovered, now the Hoenn League championships can get underway!
Transcription: "Yobisen Sutāto! Masamune Tōjō!!" (Japanese: 予備選スタート！マサムネ登場!!)
Where's Morrison? That's the question on Ash's mind as he trains his Pokémon in preparation for the big tournament in Ever Grande City. When Morrison finally makes his appearance, he and Ash immediately start up their friendly rivalry again, which leads to them falling into a Team Rocket pit trap! Tyson and his Meowth in boots show up just in time to help out—Tyson's Meowth defeats Team Rocket's Meowth once more, using Iron Tail to send the villains flying.
Once everyone is registered for the tournament, the one-on-one preliminary rounds get underway. Morrison and Beldum face a Trainer with an Electabuzz, and Morrison is relying solely on Beldum's Take Down attack. This doesn't work too well until Beldum evolves into Metang and wins the match. As for Tyson, his Meowth takes some hits from a Persian, then comes back to win its first round. But once Persian is knocked out, Meowth charges after it and Tyson must recall it to its Poké Ball.
Tyson later explains why his Meowth is so troubled. When he met Meowth, it was lying hurt in a forest after a Persian defeated it in a battle for leadership. Tyson took care of Meowth, which was how it got its boots—originally they were just to help protect its injured legs. But to this day it still has a grudge against Persian.And now it's Ash's turn to battle! Pikachu handily wins its round, so all three Trainers can look forward to their next challenge in the Hoenn League.
Transcription: "Kaimaku! Saiyū Taikai!!" (Japanese: 開幕！サイユウ大会！！)
The preliminaries are over, and now the Hoenn League Championships begin in earnest! The qualifying round is all double battles, and Ash goes to watch Morrison's match against muscleman Gavin. Morrison's Growlithe and Gligar are up against Marowak and Machamp, and no punches are pulled in this all-out battle! It's not looking good for Morrison until Gligar uses Guillotine to knock Machamp out. But Marowak defeats Growlithe, and Gligar finally wins.
Ash is jogging along after the match, minding his own business, when he falls into another Team Rocket pit trap. But just as they finish their motto, their new boss catches them in the act and shouts at them to get back to work. Team Rocket runs away and Ash wonders what's going on, but not for long—he's up next in the qualifying round!Ash sends out Torkoal and Corphish. His opponent Dominic sends out Swalot and Tropius, which may grant him an aerial advantage. But Ash's trusty Torkoal gives it all it's got, and takes down Tropius in a double KO. As for Swalot, its resilient body resists Corphish's attacks. Finally Corphish charges in, throws Swalot, and gets up close and personal to deliver a Bubble Beam that knocks its opponent out! Tyson has also won his first match, and now our Trainers move on to round 2!
Transcription: "Kesshō Tōnamento e! Atsuki Tatakai no Hibi!" (Japanese: 決勝トーナメントへ！熱き戦いの日々！)
Ash, Tyson, and Morrison are all aiming for the top of the Hoenn League, but first they have to qualify for the Victory Tournament stage of the competition. In the third and final double battle qualification round, Ash sends out Glalie and Groyle against Clark, a conductor with two strong Fire-type Pokémon—Charizard and Quilava. Grovyle and Quilava are knocked out first, and it's an icy hot battle as Charizard and Glalie battle for victory! Thanks to Ash's quick thinking, Glalie bounces back for the win.
Morrison and Tyson advance to the Victory Tournament, too. In fact, the only ones not getting anywhere are Team Rocket. It's hard to steal Pikachu when they're busy selling snacks at the stadium, but honest work has its rewards... a delicious dinner they didn't even have to steal! Meanwhile, the Trainers have a day off to see the sights and do some extra training.Now the Victory Tournament begins: 32 competitors, one winner! Ash's first opponent is Katie, a strategic Trainer who takes full advantage of type weaknesses and strengths. She starts out with Venomoth, but switches in Golduck to put Ash's Torkoal out of the match. Next up is Pikachu, but Katie counters with Dugtrio and sends Pikachu flying! Glalie knocks out Dugtrio, but is stopped by Misdreavus and its Destiny Bond attack. With Ash down three Pokémon and Katie only down two, will he be able to hang on to this match?
Transcription: "Soshite... Makerarenai Tatakai wa Tsuzuku!!" (Japanese: そして…負けられない戦いは続く！！)
The first round of the Victory Tournament finds Ash in a tight spot. He has three Pokémon remaining; Katie, his opponent, has four. Katie's Golduck faces Corphish on a water field and uses its attack to confuse Corphish. Luckily, even confused, Corphish is one tough Pokémon! Its haphazard attacks manage to defeat Golduck. Then it's a tense series of battles as Ash rallies and knocks out all of Katie's Pokémon until only her Walrein remains!
Walrein knocks out Swellow and Corphish with no problem, but Ash's spur of the moment tactics and Groyvle's fighting ability are still a force to be reckoned with. Walrein's Ice Beam has the side effect of freezing over the water, which means it can no longer dive to avoid attacks, and Grovyle takes full advantage of the situation to strike fast and hard. Victory to Ash!
The next round draw is completed, and to their mutual shock, Ash and Morrison will be battling each other. Morrison runs off, stunned by the thought of battling his friend. And where has Team Rocket been all this time? Still working hard to sell snacks at the stadium! Their boss will even take them out for dinner if things keep going well. Will the promise of food actually keep Team Rocket out of trouble?The next day, Morrison and Ash begin their match. Morrison doesn't have the heart to battle, and his Girafarig is quickly beaten by Corphish. Will he recover in time to make it a good match, or will this experience affect his friendship with Ash?
Transcription: "Raibaru Taiketsu! Tai Masamune!" (Japanese: ライバル対決！VSマサムネ！)
Transcription: "Saigo no Gekitō! Yūshō e no Michi!!" (Japanese: 最後の激闘！優勝への道！！)
Transcription: "Enishida to Batoru Furonteia!" (Japanese: エニシダとバトルフロンティア！)
Transcription: "Ōkido Kenkyūsho! Zen'in Shūgō!!" (Japanese: オーキド研究所！全員集合！！)
Transcription: "Otsuki Miyama! Pii to Pippi to Pikushī to!" (Japanese: おつきみやま！ピィとピッピとピクシーと！)
Transcription: "Uijin! Batoru Fakutorī!! (Zenpen)" (Japanese: 初陣！バトルファクトリー！！（前編）)
Transcription: "Uijin! Batoru Fakutorī!! (Kōhen)" (Japanese: 初陣！バトルファクトリー！！（後編）)
Transcription: "Iwāku no Ōkoku!!" (Japanese: イワークの王国！！)
Transcription: "Purin no Uta, Papa no Uta!" (Japanese: プリンの歌、パパの歌！)
Transcription: "Raibaru Taiketsu! Uindi o Getto Kamo!" (Japanese: ライバル対決！ウインディをゲットかも！)
Transcription: "Kodakku no Yūutsu!" (Japanese: コダックの憂鬱！)
Transcription: "Nyūra to Bariyādo! Dotchi no Resutoran!?" (Japanese: ニューラとバリヤード！どっちのレストラン！？)
Transcription: "Shinka! Sono Shinpi to Kiseki!!" (Japanese: 進化！その神秘と奇跡！！)
Transcription: "Pokemon Kontesuto, Yamabuki Taikai!! (Zenpen)" (Japanese: ポケモンコンテスト・ヤマブキ大会！！（前編）)
Transcription: "Pokemon Kontesuto, Yamabuki Taikai!! (Kōhen)" (Japanese: ポケモンコンテスト・ヤマブキ大会！！（後編）)
Transcription: "Kakutō Dōjō! Satoshi Tai Haruka!" (Japanese: 格闘道場！サトシVSハルカ！)
Pokémon Season 8 Episode 15
Beg, Burrow and Steal
Lost in a desert, Ash and his friends see lots of identical pits in the ground—Trapinch burrows! A young woman named Elisa warns them they’re trespassing on hazardous territory: these burrows connect to the many caves of the Trapinch Underground Labyrinth.
Enter Hal, a Pokémon researcher and Elisa’s old friend. He’s being chased by a Donphan, but Elisa’s Meganium clams Donphan down. It turns out that Hal once fell into a Trapinch burrow and discovered a lake in the Labyrinth—a lake where Trapinch gather and evolve into Vibrava! Now he’s attached a transmitter to a Trapinch so he can find the lake again.
Team Rocket appears and seizes Pikachu with their Diglett Supreme machine. But after Brock’s Ludicolo breaks it and more Trapinch chew the machine to bits, Team Rocket and Pikachu don’t have a leg (or machine) to stand on, and they fall into a burrow! Ash, Elisa, and Trapinch jump in after them, followed by Hal. As Max, Brock, and May wonder what to do, they fall into the burrow themselves and meet Elisa, Ash, and Trapinch.
Trapinch wanders away just before the tunnel floods with water, sweeping Ash and his friends into the underground lake where Pikachu is already waiting. Trapinch strolls in, followed by Hal, and a happy reunion follows. Everyone watches a nearby group of Trapinch evolve into Vibrava—until Team Rocket swoops in and nets all the newly-evolved Pokémon.
Brock and Elisa use Ludicolo and Meganium to free the trapped Vibrava, who then use Supersonic to deflect Team Rocket’s attacks. Pikachu sends Team Rocket blasting off, the Vibrava fly everyone back to the surface, and all’s well again as Ash and his friends head for the next town!
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Pokemon Season - 8 Episode 15
Chicago PD season 8, episode 15 recap: The Right Thing
This week’s Chicago PD told another tragic One Chicago family story, and ended on a cliffhanger to be resolved next week in the season finale.
Wednesday’s episode “The Right Thing” saw Hank Voight (Jason Beghe) meet Darrell Miller, the son of Deputy Superintendent Samantha Miller (recurring guest star Nicole Ari Parker), and Darrell quickly found himself caught up in an Intelligence Unit case. By the end of the hour, someone didn’t make it out alive.
Here’s what happened in the latest Chicago PD episode for each of your favorite characters.
Chicago PD season 8, episode 15 recap
Chicago PD opens another episode at night, this time with Voight walking down the street. He notices a young man in the middle of a heated phone call just before he goes to meet Miller for a drink; she wants to celebrate that “the numbers are pretty good.” Voight is surprised when the man from earlier walks in; he’s Miller’s son Darrell.
Some time later Voight is driving and someone’s following him home. He takes evasive action and is able to lose the trailing car but decides to chase them down afterward. When he does, he discovers that the driver is Darrell! “Why are you following me?” he asks the kid at gunpoint, to which the reply is “I owe some people a lot of money. If I don’t pay them soon, they’re gonna kill me.”
Voight takes Darrell back to his house, where Chicago PD shows us a rare photo of Voight with his late son Justin (Josh Segarra). Darrell explains that he’s been dealing cocaine and because the people he sells to owe him money, he can’t pay his dealer. He now owes a strip club owner named Kent Darby a cool $10,000 and of course he can’t tell his mom, so he wants Voight to help without telling her.
Voight tells her the next morning, and says he’ll help Darrell off-book. Miller instructs him to treat her son as a confidential informant and run his usual protocols. So Voight briefs his team, including that their CI is the son of their boss. That throws them, particularly Kevin Atwater (LaRoyce Hawkins), who calls it “a favor for privilege” to Adam Ruzek (Patrick John Flueger) before Trudy Platt (Amy Morton) reminds them they can be heard.
Atwater and Ruzek meet Darrell, who tries to tell them he’s more than the Deputy Commissioner’s son. Atwater remains skeptical of the kid before they send him to the strip club to meet Darby for a buy-bust. Darby references another “he” because obviously Chicago PD has to add another layer to the story or this would be a short episode. Our heroes change their minds and confront Darrell afterward, but he claims he doesn’t know anything about what’s now a “major drug operation.”
Back at the district, Miller argues with her son so Chicago PD can remind us that they have a difficult relationship. “You chose to do this,” she tells him, before demanding Voight meet her in his office for an update on the case. He warns her that this could now affect her job, but she’s determined to hold to her own standards. “You had some of the same issues with your son, right? So you get it,” she says. “I’ve been here before with him.”
Intelligence needs another lead and fast. Voight suggests that Ruzek and Atwater go undercover as potential buyers, using Darrell to get Kent on their side. Back to the strip club, where Darrell really sucks at making introductions, so Kent is ticked off that he’s even told other people about them. After chewing the kid out, he goes for his gun and tells them all to leave, denying that he moves any drugs whatsoever.
So what’s Plan C, guys?
Darrell insists that he has to “make things right” because otherwise he won’t have any family left; Ruzek assures him that they just need to take a break, but gets a call from Darrell in the middle of the night. On the line he can hear Darrell talking to Kent again, and rushes back to the office, where everyone’s already swinging into action. Atwater and Ruzek continue to listen in, with Voight arriving just before they’re able to zero in on a location.
Unfortunately, when our heroes get there, they find nothing but Darrell’s phone.
Voight calls an upset Miller and assures her that they’ll find her son as he sends his team off to start their search. Kim Burgess (Marina Squerciati) is able to clean up the audio from Darrell’s phone and it’s clear that the mystery “he” from earlier is also involved. Hailey Upton (Tracy Spiridakos) finds security camera footage showing the guy, and a license plate traces back to someone named Roy Walton. When Jay Halstead (Jesse Lee Soffer) uses that to get a possible location on Roy, Voight is ready to go, but Miller insists that they have no probable cause.
“What are you doing?” he argues in front of everyone. “This is not reform.” Miller retorts that they don’t get to rewrite the law for her son, because “Every victim is somebody’s kid.”
Intelligence gets another play, though, when the mystery woman is spotted at a train station. Upton and Halstead locate her, and 14-year-old (?!) Sasha tells them that Darrell “tried to save me,” obviously from the strip club. She gives them enough details for Halstead to identify a power station near the lake, where they find Darrell’s body. He’s only been dead about an hour. Miller arrives and Voight tries to hold her back but of course Chicago PD has to give us the scene of her mourning her son.
After getting more information from Sasha, Intelligence rolls up on a new location, but when they force entry they find more girls inside… and all of them have been murdered.
“They’re tying up loose ends out there,” Voight says, stating the obvious, before seeing a still-upset Miller turn up yet again. He explains that this is a case of human trafficking and that they were too late. He also says her son saved one of the girls and that Darrell was a good man. Miller doesn’t want to go home, but that’s kind of irrelevant while half the Chicago Police Department starts a full-blown manhunt.
Chicago PD squeezes that into the final few minutes of the episode so we can see Intelligence going from place to place. With minutes to go, Burgess heads to a location on her own, which is a clear sign that she’s in trouble. Someone approaches her car and punches her out, leaving this episode on a cliffhanger.
For the latest Chicago PD season 8 spoilers and news, plus more on the entire series, follow the Chicago PD category at One Chicago Center.
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Masha understood that if she drinks more, it will be completely in the trash. The man also noticed that enough was enough for Masha and offered to accompany her to the room. She certainly agreed. When they reached the room, Masha suddenly felt lonely that she decided to invite Alexei to her place.Pokemon Season 21 Episode 15 AMV - Fighting Back The Tears!
An elderly family with a child was already sitting in the compartment. Nothing was conducive to a fun trip. The train started, we went.
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We usually meet in a rented apartment at Vitka's. There are two rooms, one of which is equipped with our sexodrome, a huge ottoman with a bunch of pillows and. Pillows, covered with a washed-out bedspread to avoid smearing the ottoman itself with sperm, saliva and other secretions of intercourse individuals. By tradition, all three of us first go into the shower, we have it strictly.