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Review S23 EP41: Pikachu Translation Check... / Up to Your Neck!

Don't post anymore, sorry.
Apr 2, 2017
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Keep spoilers in their respective tags

Sarah Natochenny
Zeno Robinson
James Carter Cathcart
Michele Knotz
Rodger Parsons
Casey Mongillo

Megan Hollingshead
Laurie Hymes
Bill Rogers
Erica Schroeder
Magmar the Great
Sep 16, 2010
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Just had the unfortunate pleasure of watching this today, writing, animation, voice work all bad. Story was boring.

James' translating Pikachu is basically James Carter Cathcart using his Oak voice
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Sep 8, 2019
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Wow, you'd think that after their first attempt they'd get better at writing these two-in-one episodes, and yet this episode was somehow even worse.

It blows my mind that we can have the Twilight Wings shorts that in around five minutes tell stories that are so much better than the fifteen minuets wasted on each segment in these twofers.

Oh well, at least this types of episodes are few and far between, that's a small mercy at least.