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Pokemon - A Misty Mind?
1) Watch the Episode "In the Pink"
2) When the Nidoking begins attacking Misty tries to send out a pokémon to subdue it.
3) Listen to her start to call out "Go Starmie!", until she is interrupted by Psyduck coming out
4) But Misty gave Starmie to her sisters in "The Misty Mermaid"!
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Skeptic on 03-09-2000
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Misty in 'Misty Mermaid
Misty in 'Misty Mermaid
Comments:
Timtim writes:
Clarifications: - Misty gave her horsea to her sisters. Her sisters said, "You'd better give us us Starmie, too." and Misty said something like, "Oh no!!" but she did agree. - The show "In The Pink" was involving a place called Pinkan Island, a private sanctuary where all the Pokemon are colored pink. - Misty didn't say "no" when they asked for her Starmie I like this slipup, because unless Derek's explanation is correct, that Misty said "Starmie" out of reflex, this is a valid slipup. If Psyduck didn't come out of the Pokeball, who would have? Starmie? If Starmie came out that would be an all-time slipup worth 10.
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Derek writes:
I think that it was just because she is so used to and loves Starmie so much she just says it out of reflex.
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Mewtwo writes:
You're right I was way out of line with the 10 Starmies but isn't the show translated from Japanese? Maybe they just mixed up the Pokémon when they translated.
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Timtim writes:
There are many things the writers skip (such as when James stole a Weepingbell that evolved into a Victrebell), but skipping the fact that Misty *may* own 10 Starmies is way out of line. That wouldn't be fair to use viewers. How would a viewer feel if Brock suddenly had a Ditto that we didn't know about? Viewers would for one thing be confused. Again, I must state that this slipup is great. There was absolutely no way we can argue that this episode was probably before she gave away her Starmie, because she said this during the Orange League journey and gave her Starmie during the regular Pokemon League. That 10 Starmie theory is way out of line, in my opinion. A great slipup.
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Duo God of Death writes:
Umm, yes Misty does say no when her sisters ask for her Starmie, but then a few seconds later she gives in. As for the Starmie thing in that episode we could blame this on 4 Kids or translating this scene wrong or we could blame it on Misty for just being an airhead.
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Omanyte writes:
Okay, in that episode where Misty gave her starmie to her sisters at first she didn't want to, but then she gave in.
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Black Lynx writes:
She gave both, Starmie and Horsea. First she agree to give Horsea, then, her sisters asked for Starmie too (on "The Misty Mermaid")... she was supposed to say "Go Staryu"
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Stealth killer writes:
There is a lot of confusion with the Staryu/Starmie subject. i happens in many episodes
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Silver757 writes:
She never left either one of those. She gave Horsea because just about every time she calls out Horsea, Psyduck comes out and Horsea wasn't gaining any experience.
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daunrealist writes:
Well thought out, but I'm sorry, it's not going to cut it. It's an inconsistency between episode. Nice thinking though.
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Sathor writes:
I thought she told them "No" when they asked for the Starmie.
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Gungan Din writes:
What is this? Nobody can tell one starfish from another, one salamander from another, one hot dog from another, one.... poison rat thing from another....
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mewdudey writes:
Actually, she gave them Horsea because it needed somewhere to swim. And Psyduck comes out whatever pokemon she calls.
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Stealth killer writes:
Psyduck always comes out in the inappropriate time
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Sparky writes:
But you must remember that she does give her Starmie away to her sisters in an earlier episode so it was a slip-up! -=Sparky=-
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irockatpokemon writes:
Which show was in the pink?
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Mewtwo writes:
Misty is a water Pokemon trainer so she can have 10 Starmie's. I saw the episode in German and it was OK.
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Timtim writes:
Well, I've never watched the show in Japanese, so I can't determine whether it was the Japanese who made the slipup and not the translators to create the English version. I guess the slipup would then be toward the translators and not the actual writers of Pokemon, then. :) Still a good slipup.
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daunrealist writes:
#1: This is an inconsistency between episodes, so I dunno if you can really call it a slip up;). #2: WHY are you guys watching Pokemon?
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