Unspeakable filth!

Howdily doodily, readerinos. As you may or may not know, this is the eighth edition of the Best and Worst of Pokémon. It’s a small weekly blog where I take an episode of the Pokémon cartoon, usually in chronological order, and point out the good, the bad and anything else that catches my crazed, frantic eye. I hope you enjoy it.

And I certainly hope you enjoy it (or hate it) enough to leave some comments! Feedback of any sort is welcome here as this blog exists for those who read it. So, after you’re done reading, why not leave a comment and if you’d be so kind, you can like this, tweet it and upvote it via those handy buttons at the bottom of the article. Spread the word, everybody wants to be loved, after all.

On a non-Pokémon note, I did an article for Caffeine-Fueled about my favourite characters in the anime Hetalia: Axis Powers. If you’ve an interest in that, take a peek. It’s also my birthday on Monday so you should totally make more comments, upvotes and likes than you usually do. For me.

I hope you enjoy this edition and come back in the future.

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  1. Delsaber says:

    Holy shit, A.J. is Guy Fieri.

    Whatever happened to Bill Goldberg, anyway? Still squashing cruiserweights somewhere?

    Koffing! should be high-octave. Perhaps ALL the octaves.

    Obligatory Star Trek Reference of the Week: Vermillion City, isn’t that where the weird holodeck train was going? Y’know, with the dude delivering metaphorical bricks, or something?

  2. Rando says:

    you know, when i watched it, i assumed the ‘place with the great gym’ was referring to aj’s gym, and was some poorly-articulated message about how it was great even though it wasn’t in some big city, but upon further consideration, that makes even less sense. it’s a dumb closing line either way.

    and i don’t think i even noticed the mid-episode VA switch >.>

  3. Anonymous says:

    Shell helmet=shelmet. It’s not a lazy pun, it’s MATH. I guess we should count ourselves lucky they didn’t invent a Shelgina. Oh wait, they did. It’s called Cloyster.

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