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|prevnum = AG006
|nextnum = AG008
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|name = Tree's a Crowd
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|name = Tree's a Crowd
|jname = キモリの森!巨大樹を守れ!!
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|jname = キモリの森!巨大樹を守れ!!
|image = Pokémon_Advacned_Episode_7.png
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|image = AG007.png
|jnum = 283
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|jnum = 283
|jair = Jan-09-2003
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|jair = Jan-09-2003
|uair = Nov-29-2003
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|uair = Nov-29-2003
|season = Pokémon: Advanced
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|season = Pokémon: Advanced
|songs = I Wanna Be A Hero
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|songs = I Wanna Be A Hero
|guest =
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|guest = None
|machars = [[Ash]], [[May]], [[Max]], [[Brock]]
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|machars = [[Ash Ketchum|Ash]], [[May (anime)|May]], [[Brock (anime)|Brock]], [[Max]]
 
|rchars = [[Jessie]], [[James]]
 
|rchars = [[Jessie]], [[James]]
|pchars = [[Ash's Pikachu]], [[Team Rocket's Meowth]], [[Jessie's Wobbuffet]], [[Ash's Swellow|Ash's Taillow]], [[Ash's Sceptile|Treecko]] (Ash's;new;debut), [[Murkrow]], [[Treecko]] (multiple;elder), [[James' Cacnea]]
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|pchars = [[Ash's Pikachu]], [[Team Rocket's Meowth]], [[Jessie's Wobbuffet]], [[Ash's Swellow|Ash's Taillow]], [[Ash's Sceptile|Ash's Treecko]] (new; debut), [[Murkrow]], [[Treecko (AG007)|Treecko]] (multiple; elder), [[Gardenia's Cacnea]]
|major = [[Ash]] catches a [[Ash's Sceptile|Treecko]]. Ash's Treecko knows Pound.}}
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|major = [[Ash Ketchum|Ash]] captures a [[Ash's Sceptile|Treecko]]. Ash's Treecko knows Pound.}}
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{{nihongo|Tree's a Crowd|キモリの森!巨大樹を守れ!!|Treecko's Forest! Protect the Big Tree!}} is the 7th episode of [[Pokémon: Advanced]].
'''Tree's a Crowd''' is the 7th episode of Pokémon: Advanced Generation.
 
   
 
==Synopsis==
 
==Synopsis==
[[Max]] argues with [[May (anime)|May]] that they have lost themselves in the woods. May states that the Poké Navigator should show the right way, but it is out of energy. [[Brock (anime)|Brock]] says that [[Ash]], [[Misty (anime)|Misty]] and him have lost many times and haven't made a single fight about it. Still, that does not amuse May or Max.
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On their way, the heroes encounter a bunch of Treecko. Ash goes after the Treecko, wanting to catch one, but notices a disagreement between one of the Treecko and its group. Seeing the Treecko cares much for its home, Ash and Pikachu decide to show respect by tending to the tree with Treecko.
   
Ash spots something moving in trees, revealing to be a [[Treecko]]. Ash throws the Poké Ball to catch it, but the Treecko deflects it with his tail. May then says what Ash said to her: one must weaken a Pokémon to catch it successfully. Ash then tracks the Treecko who gets away. May then catches up to Ash, with Max and Brock following her. Ash runs and sees an enormous tree, but falls down, tripping over a root. They notice that it has no leaves, but a Treecko throws a stick near them. Ash challenges the Treecko to a fight, to which Treecko climbs the branches and spits the stick from his mouth to [[Ash's Pikachu|Pikachu]] and attacks it with its tail. Pikachu knocks himself out, while the Treecko taunts him.
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==Episode Plot==
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[[Max]] argues with [[May (anime)|May]] that they have lost in the woods. May simply replies there were cute flowers in the path they took and reminds Max the PokéNav should show the right way. Max replies they are out of the PokéNav's service. [[Brock (anime)|Brock]] separates May and Max, since arguing won't get them anywhere. [[Ash Ketchum|Ash]] claims he, Brock and, [[Misty (anime)|Misty]] have lost many times and didn't make much fuss about it. Still, that does not amuse May or Max, who are still angry at each other. Ash spots something moving in trees, which, on closer inspection, is a [[Treecko]]. Since he was interested in catching a Treecko, since he saw in Professor Birch's lab, Ash throws the Poké Ball to catch one, but the Treecko deflects it with his tail. May reminds Ash about the words he said to her the other day: one must weaken a Pokémon to catch it successfully. Ash runs off to chase after Treecko, while Max taunts Max, angering him for his slowness. Ash runs and sees an enormous tree, but falls down, tripping over a root and sliding down a slope. Once Ash stands up, Ash and Pikachu notice the tree has no leaves. Suddenly, a Treecko throws a stick near them.
   
Pikachu strikes more and more, while Treecko evades the attacks, until it attacks (again) with his tail. Team Rocket spots the battle and dream how their boss, [[Giovanni]], would live with the Treecko - being waken up by Treecko's tail, being massaged by Treecko etc. More Treecko appear, with an elderly one approaching the one who fought Pikachu. The younger than pushes the elderly one away. Meowth then translates what the elder one says - the huge tree will die if he goes stays. The younger replies that the he was born and lives among the tree's branches. James and Meowth begin to cry, but Jessie isn't amused - to her, life is exchanging old for new things.
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Ash challenges the Treecko to a fight, to which Treecko climbs the branches and spits the stick from his mouth to [[Ash's Pikachu|Pikachu]] and attacks pounds him. Pikachu is knocked out, while Treecko taunts him. Pikachu uses Quick Attack, but Treecko evades the attacks, until it pounds with its tail. Team Rocket spots the battle and dream how their boss, [[Giovanni (anime)|Giovanni]], would live with the Treecko and like it much, enough to give Team Rocket a promotion. More Treecko appear, with an elderly one approaching the one who fought Pikachu. The younger than pushes the elderly one away. Meowth translates the elder one's warning - the huge tree will die, even if the younger one stays and will be alone. The younger replies that the it was born at the tree and lives among the tree's branches, wanting to protect its home. James and Meowth begin to cry, but Jessie isn't amused - to her, life is exchanging old for new things (including houses), for there must be progress. All Treecko leave, except the one who fought Pikachu, so Team Rocket plans to catch the Treecko group.
   
All Treecko leave, except the one who fought Pikachu, so Team Rocket plans to take the Treecko away. The Treecko goes away in other direction, so Ash plans to catch it by waiting among the branches. May, Brock and Max then have lunch, having no idea what Ash and Pikachu are doing. Ash then has an idea - he brings [[Ash's Swellow|Taillow]] so that Taillow will bring Brock, May and Max while he waits for Treecko. The Treecko comes with water, giving the water to the tree and setting a bush near the tree. Treecko repeats the process several times again, with Ash and Pikachu watching it doing.
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The Treecko goes away in other direction, though Ash is confident Treecko would return soon, since this is its home. May, Brock and Max have lunch, having no idea what Ash and Pikachu are doing. Max worries about Ash, so May wonders if Max won't eat his food, she should take it. Brock believes as long as Pikachu is with Ash, they are fine, promising they could search for them after they would eat their dessert. Seeing the sun's dusk, Ash realizes he lost track of time. Since he still wants to catch Treecko, Ash sends [[Ash's Swellow|Taillow]] and dismisses it to find and lead Brock, May and Max to him, while he waits for Treecko. The Treecko comes with water, pouring the water to the tree's roots and setting a bush near it. Treecko repeats the process several times again, with Ash and Pikachu watching it doing.
   
Ash and Pikachu then help the Treecko do that process. When they are coming back, the tree begins to shake - Team Rocket is taking the Treecko away! The machine knocks Ash and Pikachu, while Team Rocket departs with their balloon with the Treecko. Pikachu uses Thunderbolt, but Team Rocket have an anti-electrical balloon, which means they capture Pikachu. Treecko climbs and attacks the balloon with a stick, but without effort. [[James]] brings his [[James's Cacnea|Cacnea]] out to attack, but Treecko goes away. Treecko then jumps and attacks [[Jessie]], and she accidentally presses a button to release the Treecko. The Treecko are rescued, and the Treecko taunts Cacnea, so Cacnea accidentally destroys the balloon. Pikachu and the Treecko fall onto a tree before Team Rocket's balloon blasts off.
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As Treecko places a new bush, he is startled by Ash and Pikachu, who help it in reviving the tree. When they are coming back to pour the water, the trees start shaking; Team Rocket is taking the Treecko away, who were living on the trees. The machine knocks Ash and Pikachu away, while Team Rocket departs in their balloon, with the Treecko. Pikachu uses Thunderbolt, but Team Rocket have an anti-electrical balloon, which absorbs electricity. Ash tries to send Taillow, but remembers sending it off to his friends. In this moment of weakness, Team Rocket steals Pikachu. Treecko climbs and attacks the balloon with a stick, but without effort. [[James]] sends his [[Gardenia's Cacnea|Cacnea]] out to use Pin Missile, but Treecko dodges. Treecko jumps and pounds [[Jessie]], who accidentally presses a button, releasing the Treecko group. The Treecko group are rescued, while the Treecko taunts Cacnea. Cacnea uses Pin Missile accidentally piercing the balloon. Pikachu and the Treecko land on a tree before Team Rocket's balloon blasts off.
   
The elderly Treecko then apologizes to the Treecko by waging his tail to the other one. Surprisingly, the giant tree splits itself in half, but the Treecko push the tree not to fall down. However... the sun rises, and the tree shapes itself anew. It grows the seeds, which fall down, causing new trees to grow out. However, it turns out that the tree splits itself and destroys itself. The Treecko then tackles Ash and Pikachu, wanting to fight them. Brock, May and Max arrive to witness the battle.
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The elderly Treecko then apologizes to the Treecko by waging his tail to the other one. Suddenly, the giant tree splits itself in half, but the Treecko push the tree not to fall down. While Ash tries to search for some rope, the sun rises, and the tree shapes itself anew. It grows the seeds, which fall down, causing new trees to grow out. However, it turns out that the tree split itself and destroyed itself. Ash senses the tree thanked Treecko for spending the last moments with it. The Treecko then tackles Ash and Pikachu, wanting to fight them. Brock, May, Taillow and Max arrive to witness the battle. Pikachu uses Thunderbolt, so Treecko attempts to dodge, but gets hit by one. Pikachu uses Quick Attack, but as the Treecko dodges, Pikachu uses Thunder, defeating the Treecko. Brock explains that when Treecko was in air, the Thunderbolt had much more effect, as usually electricity is absorbed into the ground.
   
Ash orders Pikachu to use Thunderbolt, but the Treecko evades all the attacks. One hits it, but the Treecko still stands strong. Pikachu uses Quick Attack, but as the Treecko dodges, Pikachu uses Thunderbolt, defeating the Treecko. Brock explains that when Treecko was in air, the Thunderbolt had much more effect. Ash throws the Poké Ball and catches the Treecko. Ash releases the Treecko, and the elderly one gives him one of the seeds from the tree. The Treecko then plants the seed and goes with the gang to Rustboro City.
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Ash throws the Poké Ball and catches Treecko. Ash sends Treecko, and the elderly one gives him one of the seeds from the tree. The Treecko plants the seed and bids farewell, along with the heroes, the Treecko group. The seed, however, spouted out a new plant.
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==Debuts==
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===Pokémon===
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[[Ash's Sceptile|Ash's Treecko]]
   
 
==Quotes==
 
==Quotes==
*''"You look like a [[Slugma]]!"'' - Max to May
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:''"You look like a [[Slugma]]!"'' - Max to May
   
 
==Trivia==
 
==Trivia==
*Oddly enough, May states that the Treecko is cute, while in Prof. Birch she said that it was creepy.
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*The "Who's that Pokémon?" is [[Girafarig]].
*The ''Who's that Pokémon?'' of this episode is [[Girafarig]].
 
 
*This episode's name is a pun to the statement "Three's a crowd".
 
*This episode's name is a pun to the statement "Three's a crowd".
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==Gallery==
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{{Gallery Box|<gallery captionalign="center" widths="180" position="center">
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AG007 1.jpg|May does not approve of Max
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AG007 2.jpg|The Treecko appear
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AG007 3.jpg|The lone tree
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AG007 4.jpg|Ash promises to battle Treecko
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AG007 5.jpg|Meowth thinks Treecko would massage the boss
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AG007 6.jpg|The sunset
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AG007 7.jpg|Treecko grabs some water
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AG007 8.jpg|Ash and Pikachu get hit by Team Rocket's machine
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AG007 9.jpg|Team Rocket appears
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AG007 10.jpg|The tree splits in half
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AG007 11.jpg|A new plant starts spouting out
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AG007 12.jpg|Treecko is ready to battle Ash and Pikachu
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AG007 13.jpg|Treecko gets hit by Thunderbolt
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AG007 14.jpg|Pikachu misses using Quick Attack
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AG007 15.jpg|Being in mid-air, Treecko suffers serious damage by Thunder
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AG007 16.jpg|Treecko is ready to depart with Ash
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</gallery>}}
   
 
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Tree's a Crowd
(キモリの森!巨大樹を守れ!!)
AG007
General Other Information
Season: Pokémon: Advanced Char. of the Day: None
Episode №: #283 Main: Ash, May, Brock, Max
Aired: JapanFlag Jan-09-2003 Recurring: Jessie, James
UnitedStatesFlag Nov-29-2003
Opening theme: I Wanna Be A Hero Minor: None
Badge(s): Setting: Unknown
Pokémon: Ash's Pikachu, Team Rocket's Meowth, Jessie's Wobbuffet, Ash's Taillow, Ash's Treecko (new; debut), Murkrow, Treecko (multiple; elder), Gardenia's Cacnea
Major event(s)
Ash captures a Treecko. Ash's Treecko knows Pound.
Pokémon: Advanced

Tree's a Crowd (Japanese: キモリの森!巨大樹を守れ!! Treecko's Forest! Protect the Big Tree!) is the 7th episode of Pokémon: Advanced.

SynopsisEdit

On their way, the heroes encounter a bunch of Treecko. Ash goes after the Treecko, wanting to catch one, but notices a disagreement between one of the Treecko and its group. Seeing the Treecko cares much for its home, Ash and Pikachu decide to show respect by tending to the tree with Treecko.

Episode PlotEdit

Max argues with May that they have lost in the woods. May simply replies there were cute flowers in the path they took and reminds Max the PokéNav should show the right way. Max replies they are out of the PokéNav's service. Brock separates May and Max, since arguing won't get them anywhere. Ash claims he, Brock and, Misty have lost many times and didn't make much fuss about it. Still, that does not amuse May or Max, who are still angry at each other. Ash spots something moving in trees, which, on closer inspection, is a Treecko. Since he was interested in catching a Treecko, since he saw in Professor Birch's lab, Ash throws the Poké Ball to catch one, but the Treecko deflects it with his tail. May reminds Ash about the words he said to her the other day: one must weaken a Pokémon to catch it successfully. Ash runs off to chase after Treecko, while Max taunts Max, angering him for his slowness. Ash runs and sees an enormous tree, but falls down, tripping over a root and sliding down a slope. Once Ash stands up, Ash and Pikachu notice the tree has no leaves. Suddenly, a Treecko throws a stick near them.

Ash challenges the Treecko to a fight, to which Treecko climbs the branches and spits the stick from his mouth to Pikachu and attacks pounds him. Pikachu is knocked out, while Treecko taunts him. Pikachu uses Quick Attack, but Treecko evades the attacks, until it pounds with its tail. Team Rocket spots the battle and dream how their boss, Giovanni, would live with the Treecko and like it much, enough to give Team Rocket a promotion. More Treecko appear, with an elderly one approaching the one who fought Pikachu. The younger than pushes the elderly one away. Meowth translates the elder one's warning - the huge tree will die, even if the younger one stays and will be alone. The younger replies that the it was born at the tree and lives among the tree's branches, wanting to protect its home. James and Meowth begin to cry, but Jessie isn't amused - to her, life is exchanging old for new things (including houses), for there must be progress. All Treecko leave, except the one who fought Pikachu, so Team Rocket plans to catch the Treecko group.

The Treecko goes away in other direction, though Ash is confident Treecko would return soon, since this is its home. May, Brock and Max have lunch, having no idea what Ash and Pikachu are doing. Max worries about Ash, so May wonders if Max won't eat his food, she should take it. Brock believes as long as Pikachu is with Ash, they are fine, promising they could search for them after they would eat their dessert. Seeing the sun's dusk, Ash realizes he lost track of time. Since he still wants to catch Treecko, Ash sends Taillow and dismisses it to find and lead Brock, May and Max to him, while he waits for Treecko. The Treecko comes with water, pouring the water to the tree's roots and setting a bush near it. Treecko repeats the process several times again, with Ash and Pikachu watching it doing.

As Treecko places a new bush, he is startled by Ash and Pikachu, who help it in reviving the tree. When they are coming back to pour the water, the trees start shaking; Team Rocket is taking the Treecko away, who were living on the trees. The machine knocks Ash and Pikachu away, while Team Rocket departs in their balloon, with the Treecko. Pikachu uses Thunderbolt, but Team Rocket have an anti-electrical balloon, which absorbs electricity. Ash tries to send Taillow, but remembers sending it off to his friends. In this moment of weakness, Team Rocket steals Pikachu. Treecko climbs and attacks the balloon with a stick, but without effort. James sends his Cacnea out to use Pin Missile, but Treecko dodges. Treecko jumps and pounds Jessie, who accidentally presses a button, releasing the Treecko group. The Treecko group are rescued, while the Treecko taunts Cacnea. Cacnea uses Pin Missile accidentally piercing the balloon. Pikachu and the Treecko land on a tree before Team Rocket's balloon blasts off.

The elderly Treecko then apologizes to the Treecko by waging his tail to the other one. Suddenly, the giant tree splits itself in half, but the Treecko push the tree not to fall down. While Ash tries to search for some rope, the sun rises, and the tree shapes itself anew. It grows the seeds, which fall down, causing new trees to grow out. However, it turns out that the tree split itself and destroyed itself. Ash senses the tree thanked Treecko for spending the last moments with it. The Treecko then tackles Ash and Pikachu, wanting to fight them. Brock, May, Taillow and Max arrive to witness the battle. Pikachu uses Thunderbolt, so Treecko attempts to dodge, but gets hit by one. Pikachu uses Quick Attack, but as the Treecko dodges, Pikachu uses Thunder, defeating the Treecko. Brock explains that when Treecko was in air, the Thunderbolt had much more effect, as usually electricity is absorbed into the ground.

Ash throws the Poké Ball and catches Treecko. Ash sends Treecko, and the elderly one gives him one of the seeds from the tree. The Treecko plants the seed and bids farewell, along with the heroes, the Treecko group. The seed, however, spouted out a new plant.

DebutsEdit

PokémonEdit

Ash's Treecko

QuotesEdit

"You look like a Slugma!" - Max to May

TriviaEdit

  • The "Who's that Pokémon?" is Girafarig.
  • This episode's name is a pun to the statement "Three's a crowd".

GalleryEdit

Click on the images to enlargen them.


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