Got Miltank (Japanese: せいぼミルタンクさばくのひみつ Mother Miltank! The Desert's Secret!), is the 207th episode of the Pokémon anime. It was first broadcast in Japan on July 19, 2001 and in the United States on August 31, 2002.
The way to Olivine City and Ash's next Gym challenge lies across a desert of sand and rock. Just as Ash and his friends start to cross it, Team Rocket ambushes them and scoops up Pikachu. Cyndaquil is injured in the battle with Team Rocket, which ends when it uses Flamethrower on Weezing's Smokescreen and triggers an explosion that frees Pikachu but knocks Cyndaquil into the depths of the desert. However, local tales say that sick or injured Pokémon that enter the desert will return to their Trainers in great shape, almost as if the desert contains a hidden oasis.
Cyndaquil tries to find its way back, but when it collapses with weariness, other Pokémon come carry it away. After Team Rocket crash lands in the desert, Meowth is spirited away by other Pokémon too! Both injured Pokémon are whisked off to an oasis inside a hollowed-out mountain, where a Miltank heals them both. Team Rocket follows Meowth to the mountain, but they're turned away by a group of Exeggutor guards. Ash and his friends also find their way to the mountain, but use Brock's Onix to burrow past the guards.
Cyndaquil wakes up and finds that it is lost. A Sentret spies on it and calls out, while a Butterfree and Sandshrew start to spy on Cyndaquil as well. Soon, Cyndaquil collapses and then the Butterfree hovers above it. A Dugtrio soon picks Cyndaquil up and starts to carry it off somewhere. Team Rocket, who are stuck in their balloon's basket dangling from a rock, complain about the desert conditions when they spot Cyndaquil being carried off. They want to get it, but Jessie and James don't want to go, so they just throw Meowth down. Meowth lands on his face and gets his nose hurt too, causing another Dugtrio to carry him off with Cyndaquil. Jessie and James try to get out of the balloon and end up falling down. They follow the two Dugtrio.
Their stopover to the local Pokémon Center led Ash and his friends to resume their search in the desert after learning about a local legend about a Pokémon oasis in somewhere from Nurse Joy. Brock calls on his Onix to scout for Pikachu, however the search is yielding no results. Suddenly Pikachu spots a pair of Quagsire up upon a hill. The Pokémon start to walk away from them calmly so the gang takes a hunch and follows them. They reach a plateau and spot a tall mountain up ahead. Crobat and Noctowl fly over and affirm the group's suspicions, and with that Ash and his friends make their way over to the mountain.
Team Rocket suddenly arrives in their patched up balloon. Meowth pleads with his teammates to leave, but Jessie and James are set on taking the Pokémon in the sanctuary. Team Rocket send out all their Pokémon, but Meowth stops them, saying that he doesn't want any harm to come to Miltank. This makes all of Team Rocket's Pokémon stop and also disobey Jessie and James. Finding this useless, Jessie and James call them back to their Poké Balls and decide to take Miltank by force. James shoots out a net and captures Miltank, but Meowth grabs onto the net and climbs into the balloon. Jessie and James restrain Meowth before he can do anything. Ash tells Cyndaquil to use Flamethrower and it does so, only cutting the rope that held the net. Ash quickly sends out Bayleef to use Razor Leaf to cut the net so Miltank can get out, Miltank landing safely in the water. Ash finishes the Team by a jolt of Thunderbolt by Pikachu, which sends them flying sky-high.
Ash is glad to see Cyndaquil again and that it is feeling much better. The Pokémon in the sanctuary come to respect Ash and his friends when they promise to not tell anyone else about the sanctuary. They group heads out towards Olivine City saying their goodbyes.
With the World Martial Arts Tournament fast approaching, Videl and Goten must learn to fly, and fast! Gohan reveals the secret to flying, and struggles to coach his two students into the air! Miles away, Vegeta is holding a training session of his own, and gets a big surprise from his young son, Trunks!
As has become typical of long-running youth-oriented anime, One Piece has gone through a long succession of theme songs, performed by popular artists, since its debut on television. Though performed by popular singers and bands, most seem to be written specifically for the show, as nearly all of them reference treasure, the sea, or ships in some way. As of August 2, 2020, there have been 24 opening themes, 18 regular ending themes, and a number of ending themes for films and specials as well. During the show, there has also been recognizable music being played in the background (like Dvorak's New World Symphony and Beethoven's Ode to Joy). Soundtrack CDs released in Japan also include a large number of \"image songs\" based on the series, performed either by cast members in character, or by theme song artists.
English dubs of the series have had different approaches to localizing the theme music. The 4Kids' dub of the series removed the Japanese opening and ending music entirely in favor of an original rap piece known as the \"One Piece Theme\"; This piece was used throughout all of their localized episodes, with the lyrics altered slightly to coincide with each new member of the crew. Funimation opted to record English versions of the theme songs, using familiar voice actors and the original instrumentals; This practice stopped with Episode 207 (and only the eighth Movie), at which point Funimation switched to using the Japanese versions (even for the \"Straw Hat\" version of 'We Are!'). Similarly, Odex's Singapore-based dub kept the Japanese music unaltered. In some cases, the Japanese music would be unobtainable at all for foreign releases, and swapped out with either an adjacent theme song or an extract from the original soundtrack, regardless of language options.
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On average (in days), how long do American dubs take to be aired on television/released online after the Japanese subsAlso, what was the largest time gap between a sub and its respective dub and what was the smallestReally curious to know.
Smallest time gap - Episode 700 (The Club Battle Hearts of Fury: Emolga Versus Sawk!), 701 (Club Battle Finale: A Hero's Outcome!), 702 (Meowth's Scrafty Tactics!), 703 (Purrloin: Sweet or Sneaky), 704 (Beheeyem, Duosion, and the Dream Thief!), 705 (The Beartic Mountain Feud!) - 149 days
Largest time gap - Episode 744 (All for the Love of Meloetta!), 745 (Piplup, Pansage, and a Meeting of the Times!), 746 (Expedition to Onix Island!) - 128 daysSmallest time gap - Episode 798 (Team Rocket's Shocking Recruit!), 799 (Survival of the Striaton Gym!), 800 (Best Wishes Until We Meet Again!), 801 (The Dream Continues!) - 72 days
Largest time gap - Episode 895 (From A to Z!), 896 (Love Strikes! Eevee, Yikes!), 897 (A Giga Battle with Mega Results!), 898 (A Fiery Rite of Passage!), 899 (Dream a Little Dream from Me!), 900 (The Legend of the Ninja Hero!), 901 (A Festival of Decisions!), 902 (A Dancing Debut!), 903 (Meeting at Terminus Cave!) - 114 days
Largest time gap - Episode 942 (Alola to New Adventure!), 943 (The Guardian's Challenge!) - 18 daysSmallest time gap - Episode 945 (First Catch in Alola, Ketchum-Style!) - 171 days
He's best known for voicing Arlong in One Piece, King Yemma and Mr. Satan in the Dragon Ball franchise and Zampano in Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood. Outside of dubbing, Rager also voiced Mr. Torgue in the video game Borderlands 2.
While trying to catch a shooting star, Noby catches an S.O.S. capsule that draws him and Doraemon to the planet Eleos (a planet where its rabbit-like inhabitants grant wishes from anywhere) and help defend their planet against the greedy aliens from the planet Zelos. Gadget introduced: Shooting Star Catcher.
Trying to get a picture of a real UFO for Mr. Saucer, Noby accidentally uses the U.F. Yo! to summon a tribe of goat-like aliens who eat paper - and specifically develop an insatiable appetite for Noby's failed tests. Gadget introduced: Duplication Mirror.
Doraemon and the gang receive an invitation to compete in the Galaxy Car Race, the first prize of which is the granting of one wish for the winner. Noby and Doraemon compete as a duo, with Noby planning to wish for ears for Doraemon (who has been depressed over not having any ears) if they win. Their fiercest opponent is the dashing, handsome robot-cat racer Devlin, who mercilessly teases Doraemon for not having ears, but Devlin may not be the one they really have to worry about. 59ce067264