Pokémon

Season 4 Episode 34

The Dunsparce Deception

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Aired Saturday 8:30 AM Feb 23, 2002 on Cartoon Network
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The Dunsparce Deception
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Ash, Misty, and Brock are still journeying toward Olivine City when they come across a boy named Bucky who seems to be looking for something. He introduces himself and explains that he's looking for a Dunsparce. Recently, he and his family went away to visit his sick grandfather. When they came back, he found out that a swarm of Dunsparce came through town and all of his friends captured one, but now he doesn't have one. They decide to help the young trainer, but interference from Team Rocket could hamper that plan.moreless

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  • great episode

    9.7
    Ash, Misty, and Brock are still journeying toward Olivine City when they come across a boy who seems to be looking for something. He introduces himself as Bucky and explains that he's looking for a Dunsparce. Recently, he and his family went away to visit his sick grandfather. When they came back, all the kids in town had a Dunsparce, so now he wants one too. Ash, Misty, and Brock are still journeying toward Olivine City when they come across a boy who seems to be looking for something. He introduces himself as Bucky and explains that he's looking for a Dunsparce. Recently, he and his family went away to visit his sick grandfather. When they came back, all the kids in town had a Dunsparce, so now he wants one too.moreless
  • Dunsparce appearence!

    9.0
    Wow, talk about jealousy, a boy wants to capture a Dunsparce just like the other kids in town. This episode reminds me when a boy named Zachary in "A Bout With Sprout" wants to capture a Pikachu just like the one Ash has. But you know, Bucky could've just searched for it and capture it so he can be like the others instead of feeling envy about it.

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