Once in a Blue Moon - S3-E11

Continuity mistake: When Ash takes out his Pokédex to find facts on Quagsire, it and his right hand clip through him. Also, his right sleeve goes from being all white to white and blue and his right jacket strip goes from being present to being absent. (00:02:09)


The Chikorita Rescue - S3-E10

Continuity mistake: When Ash uses his Pokédex to find facts on Chikorita, his right thumb is not covered and his right pinkie finger is not bent, but in the next shot, his thumb is covered and his pinkie finger is bent. (00:02:54)


Wake Up Snorlax - S1-E39

Continuity mistake: When Ash first uses his Pokédex to learn facts on Snorlax, his right index finger is aligned with another one, but in the next shot, it is not. Also, his right ring finger is not aligned with another one, but in the next shot, it is. (00:07:40)


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The Battling Eevee Brothers - S1-E38

Continuity mistake: When Pikachu and Eevee are first talking, the beam closest to the screen is smaller than the others, but in the next shot, it is larger. Also, there is a tree to the left of Pikachu, but in the next shot, there is not. Additionally, Pikachu is next to the plate of food while Eevee is one centimetre away from it, but in the next shot, he is two centimetres away from it while Eevee is three centimetres away. (00:09:48)


A Sappy Ending - S3-E3

Continuity mistake: When Ash turns after he wonders how the Heracross will help the Butterfree, the marks on his cheeks go from being present to being absent and then back to present. (00:03:02)


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Other mistake: During the Poke-rap when the Poliwrath name is said, the Pokemon shown is actually Poliwag. Also, when the Graveler name is said, the Pokemon shown is actually Geodude.

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Trivia: During the Pokerap that appears after some episodes, nearly all of the pokemon shown are the actual creatures, but the Zapdos that is shown is a machine from Pokemon Island.


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Answer: There are a lot of fan theories around this, but the most comman theme is that Pikachu had another trainer before Prof. Oak, who gave him to Ash. Pikachu didn't appreciate being handed over.

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Answer: Well he had just caught him in the wild. Didn't even catch him with a traditional poke ball but like tied him up with a rope. So I would imagine so, yes.

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You would imagine yes what? What are you talking about).

Sorry, I misread the question. I thought you were asking "DOES" he dislike Ash, not Why. It's been a while since I've seen the full episode. But from what I recall, Pikachu was wild, and Ash caught him through unconventional means without a pokeball. Tying him up with rope and stuff. So that's a good reason for any animal to not like someone when forced into a captive state in such a way.

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That doesn't answer my question.

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