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"Pokémon" Wake Up Kabigon! Battle in Parfum Palace! (TV Episode 2014) - Plot Summary Poster

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  • On their way to Shoyo City, our heroes make a stop in Koboku Town, where they encounter a Kabigon sleeping in the middle of town, snoring so loudly that the noise is unbearable. Every year at the end of the harvest, Kabigon comes to clear out the roots from the town's crops. Kabigon gets to eat its fill of tasty roots, and the townspeople get their fields plowed in the process. Afterward, they throw a Harvest Festival, and the Lord of Shobonne Castle plays the Pokémon Flute--the only thing that can wake Kabigon up after a big meal. But this year he's refusing to attend. Satoshi and friends ask for Lord Shabboneau's help, and he admits that Princess Allie of the nearby Parfum Palace took his Pokémon Flute. Our heroes try to retrieve it, but the princess refuses - until she notices Pikachu. She challenges Satoshi to a battle. If she loses, she'll give up the Pokémon Flute--but if she wins, she gets to keep Pikachu. A Thunderbolt from Pikachu messes up Trimmien's fur and Allie immediately calls a halt to send Trimmien to the groomer. Satoshi is the winner, but Allie still refuses to give them the flute. Citron delivers an angry speech telling the princess exactly what he thinks of her...which backfires, because Allie decides she'd rather keep him. Satoshi, Serena, and Eureka assure Citron they'll come back, and head back to Koboku Town with the flute. Lord Shabboneau is about to start his performance when the flute is suddenly snatched from his hands by the Rocket-Dan. They think they can use the flute to control Kabigon--but when Musashi tries to play it, Kabigon wakes up in a bad mood and sends the Rocket-Dan blasting off again. The Pokémon Flute lands in Lord Shabboneau's hands, and his masterful playing quickly calms Kabigon. The Harvest Festival is a success, and our heroes say their goodbyes...when they suddenly realize they've forgotten about Citron. But thanks to science, Citron has made his own escape from the princess's grasp.

  • On their way to Cyllage City, our heroes make a stop in Camphrier Town, where they encounter a Snorlax sleeping in the middle of town, snoring so loudly that the noise is unbearable! Every year at the end of the harvest, Snorlax comes to clear out the roots from the town's crops. Snorlax gets to eat its fill of tasty roots, and the townspeople get their fields plowed in the process! Afterward, they throw a Harvest Festival, and the Lord of Shabboneau Castle plays the Poké Flute--the only thing that can wake Snorlax up after a big meal. But this year he's refusing to attend. Ash and friends ask for Lord Shabboneau's help, and he admits that Princess Allie of the nearby Parfum Palace took his Poké Flute. Our heroes try to retrieve it, but the princess refuses... until she notices Pikachu. She challenges Ash to a battle. If she loses, she'll give up the Poké Flute--but if she wins, she gets to keep Pikachu! A Thunderbolt from Pikachu messes up Furfrou's fur and Allie immediately calls a halt to send Furfrou to the groomer. Ash is the winner, but Allie still refuses to give them the flute! Clemont delivers an angry speech telling the princess exactly what he thinks of her...which backfires, because Allie decides she'd rather keep him! Ash, Serena, and Bonnie assure Clemont they'll come back, and head back to Camphrier Town with the flute. Lord Shabboneau is about to start his performance when the flute is suddenly snatched from his hands by Team Rocket! They think they can use the flute to control Snorlax--but when Jessie tries to play it, Snorlax wakes up in a bad mood and sends Team Rocket blasting off again. The Poké Flute lands in Lord Shabboneau's hands, and his masterful playing quickly calms Snorlax. The Harvest Festival is a success, and our heroes say their goodbyes...when they suddenly realize they've forgotten about Clemont! But thanks to science, Clemont has made his own escape from the princess's grasp!


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