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    Quote Originally Posted by std10093 View Post
    Pokemon, the first generations (until Lugia) will never be ridiculous to me!
    Just watch (or don't, it'll spoil the memories) them again, you'll find that things don't look the same anymore .

    I recently *got* all of the pokemon episodes of all the seasons and was surprised by the amount of repetitive stuff and plot holes
    (which I never noticed earlier because of watching a single new episode per day and the anticipation involved) .
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    I wonder in what Click_here is referring to.

    @Matticus, I do not know the gadget you are talking about

    @manasij7479 same here. I am now at the episode that Ash wins his first batch in Orange league and I saw all the things that you saw (repetitive stuff etc), but it's ok since it is targeting children. So, I still love them and Lapras remains my favorite pokemon :P
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    @manasig By the way in which holes in the plot where you referring too? Remember I the Pokemon end for me at the generation of Lugia (included)
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    It was a number of things - Pop music, TV shows, fads, fashion, ...

    I was a bit too old for Pokemon, it seemed ridiculous to me -> A good way to sell stuff to kids though.
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    Probably you did not read the whole thread Well, I talked about it with many people and most of them agree... But the masses are always manipulated and will be for ever
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