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Pokemon - Where Did That Marker Come From?
The Song of Jigglypuff is the first episode with Jigglypuff in it. When Misty, Ash and Brock finally get Jigglypuff to sing and the fall asleep Jigglypuff goes into someone's bag and finds a magic marker. How he/she knew it was there is another story. Anyway, in the next episode we see that the same Jigglypuff has followed them and still has the marker. In every other episode Jigglypuff has a marker. Are we being led to believe that the same Jigglypuff is everywhere Ash and company go?
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Contributed By: Anonymous on 02-08-2001 and Reviewed By: Webmaster
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Topaz Kitsune writes:
Uhh, no. That's not a slip-up. You see, that same Jigglypuff -is- following Ash and friends everywhere. Everyone knows that, don't they?
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Timtim writes:
Okay now this is just getting silly. Of course it's possible that the Jigglypuff we see isn't the same Jigglypuff. But if one were to make such a statement like that, then it's just as possible that the bulbasaur Ash has isn't the same bulbasaur he caught near the beginning of the show, because in between he let it free and caught another better one. It's possible, but it's ludicrous. That Jigglypuff *is* the same Jigglypuff that debuted in that episode involving Neon City. Brock gives Jigglypuff fruit, and makes its voice better. At the end of that same episode, Jigglypuff starts to follow Ash; even the announcer says, "Hey, wait for Jigglypuff!". Then, during that episode with Aerodactl, Jigglypuff shows up, and then Misty says "If you sing for us then we promise you can sing to us all you want" (or something along those lines). Now, Jigglypuff acknowledged; what does that mean? That means because Jigglypuff wasn't clueless, like it was some other Jigglypuff, and it was indeed the same one. So Jigglypuff carried this trademark of following Ash, being where Ash is, and carrying a microphone. I don't think there's been an episode where they've presented us with other Jigglypuffs (except possible in Pokemon the movie 2000) so we are safe to assume that it's the same one. Is it possible that it's not the same Jigglypuff, then? Of course! But it's just as possible as something not worth thinking otherwise for, such as Ash carrying around the same Pokemon, the girl with Ash really being the Misty he met long ago, Brock really not being Brock but having the same name as Brock, etc..
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Egg Man. writes:
O.K, lets set the record straight. That IS the same Jigglypuff! Do you actually think that Jigglypuffs play some kind of relay in witch they hand the microphone\marker to one another?
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Wazoo writes:
It's just like asking, "Hey, Jessie, James and Meowth appear in every episode. Are we being led to believe that Jessie, James and Meowth are everywhere Ash is?"
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T-zone writes:
If you bother to look, you'll see that Jigglypuff takes the top of the microphone, which becomes a marker. Duh.
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gumbopolis writes:
I see the person's point. Jigglypuffwas only seen following everyone in the first and second episode. He always disappears after he draws on people after that. How do we know that is the same Jigglypuff? Originally Jigglypuff did not have the microphone/marker, he got it from someone in his first appearance.
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