List of references to popular culture in pokémon – bulbapedia, the community-driven pokémon encyclopedia


• In Pokémon: The First Movie – Mewtwo Strikes Back, when Team Rocket are disguised as Vikings, Brock says he was not aware that they existed anymore. Famous quotes from movies Ash replies that they mostly live in Minnesota, a reference to the Minnesota Vikings NFL team.

• In the Danish dub, Brock says Jeg vidste ikke at vikingerne stadig fandtes., and Ash replies Jo, men de turnere mest i Sverige. Rmb to usd exchange rate history and in the Norwegian dub, Brock says Jeg visste ikke at vikinger fantes ennå., and Ash replies Jo, men de turnerer mest i Sverige. New funny jokes in urdu 2016 This makes it likely that both the Norwegian and Danish dubs reference the Swedish band, Vikingarna.

• In the Swedish dub, Brock says Jag visste inte att vikingar fortfarande existerade., and Ash replies Jo, men de hänger mest i Norge.. Free language translator app Real Vikings existed in both Sweden and Norway.

• The Indiana Jones franchise is referred in several episodes, Gary’s outfit in Attack of the Prehistoric Pokémon is very similar to the titular’s and the giant boulder scene from Raiders of the Lost Ark is reenacted in Battling the Enemy Within! and Explorers of the Hero’s Ruin!.

• In Lights, Camera, Quack-tion, Brock mentions that Cleavon Schpielbunk directed I Saw What You Ate Last Tuesday, a reference to I Know What You Did Last Summer.

• The dub title of Wherefore Art Thou, Pokémon? is a reference to the line “Wherefore art thou Romeo?” from Romeo and Juliet.

Define futures market The names of the two Nidoran in love, Tony and Maria, are references to West Side Story, which was based on Romeo and Juliet. Usd cop In the dub, at the end of the episode the narrator makes reference to All’s Well That Ends Well, another Shakespeare play.

• In The Superhero Secret, Gligarman is based on Batman. Binary translater His civilian name, Mr. Us dollar news today Parker, is likely based on Peter Parker, the alter ego of the superhero Spider-Man. Gold price in usd When the video of Gligarman is shown, ” Look up in the sky, is it a Pidgeotto, a Charizard, a Dragonite? No, it’s the crime fighting superhero Gligarman!” is heard, a reference to the famous Superman line ” Look, up in the sky! It’s a bird, it’s a plane, it’s Superman!”

• In Lights, Camerupt, Action!, May describes a movie about a luxurious spaceship with a Natu and Xatu in love who are separated because of an ice asteroid, which is a parody of the movie Titanic, while the ship displayed in the film is similar in design to the titular spaceship from Space Battleship Yamato.

• Max describes a movie about a giant Meowth destroying a city and battling against Pichu fighter pilots and a giant Marshtomp, which is based on the Japanese television show Ultraman.

• Hamilton, a character of the day in Cream of the Croagunk Crop! is based on a character named Hiroshi from the anime and manga Dokonjō Gaeru. Gbp usd historical data His Croagunk, Craig, is a reference to the frog known as Pyonkichi, as it spent a lot of time on the front of his shirt.

• Hamilton’s appearance and even the Japanese names of both himself and Craig were changed shortly after the episode’s initial airing in Japan, possibly to avoid a lawsuit from the producers of Dokonjō Gaeru.

• In Staging a Heroes’ Welcome!, two girls near the beginning look like Sakura Kinomoto and Tomoyo Daidōji from Cardcaptor Sakura. Binary compounds list This is most likely a joke on how their hats resemble the one Wallace wears.

• In Uncrushing Defeat!, before the group attack, the way Ash and his Sinnoh team ( Pikachu, Staraptor, Grotle, Monferno, Buizel and Gliscor) pose, strongly resembles the Super Sentai pose.

• The plot of A Venipede Stampede! references the story of the Pied Piper of Hamelin when Burgh uses his bug flute to lead the Venipede out the city at the request of the mayor.

• In Purrloin: Sweet or Sneaky?, when Meowth tries to ask Purrloin out for a date, he says ” Come on baby, don’t say maybe!”, referring to Jackson Browne’s song Take It Easy.

• In The Mighty Accelguard to the Rescue!, Charles has the alter ego of The Mighty Accelguard (Japanese: 快傑ア☆ギルダー Kaiketsu A☆Gilder), which most likely draws inspiration from Kaiketsu Zubat. European futures market hours Certain other aspects of his alter ego, like his A☆Gilder Kick attack, draw inspiration from the titular characters of the Kamen Rider Series.

• In A Call for Brotherly Love, during Pansear’s training montage, it is seen running up a flight of stairs and throwing its arms into the air in victory. Euro to usd chart This is a reference to the film Rocky where Sylvester Stallone’s character does exactly the same thing.

• In A Restoration Confrontation! Part 2, when Team Rocket attacks Ash and the group under a tree, Jessie has a communication device over her eye. Jpy to usd chart After Ash and Ferris refuse to give up Tirtouga, Jessie says “Resistance is futile.” This line is the catchphrase of the Borg from Star Trek: The Next Generation, who commonly wore similar devices.

• In Beheeyem, Duosion, and the Dream Thief!, the character Leon’s design and mannerisms, are based on the character Iyami from the manga and anime Osomatsu-kun He even adds “zansu” to his speech and does Iyami’s trademark “Sheeh” pose.

• In SM009, a fantasy depicts a Gumshoos and some Yungoos scaring away Alolan Rattata and Raticate in a similar fashion to the title card for the anime series Gamba no Bōken.

• Jet, a competitor in the Pokéathlon, is based on Jet Link (or Cyborg 002) from Cyborg 009, having a near identical resemblance and his reputation for being fast.