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| Battling The Generation Gap! (ポケモンコンテスト！カンナギ大会！！)
|| Other Information
|| Pokémon: DP Battle Dimension
|| Char. of the Day:
| Episode №:
|| Ash, Dawn, Brock
|| September 25, 2008
|| Jessie, James, Marian, Raoul Contesta, Mr. Sukizo, Nurse Joy
| February 21, 2009
| Opening Theme:
|| We Will Be Heroes
|| Johanna, Lila, Wallace (poster), Lila's co-workers
|| Celestic Town
|| Pikachu (Ash's), Meowth (Team Rocket), Piplup (Dawn's), Wobbuffet (Jessie's), Staravia (Ash's), Turtwig (Ash's), Chimchar (Ash's), Buizel (Ash's), Gliscor (Ash's), Buneary (Dawn's), Pachirisu (Dawn's), Ambipom (Dawn's), Swinub (Dawn's), Yanmega (Jessie's), Glameow (Johanna's), Delcatty (Lila's), Cherrim (Lila's; debut), Milotic (Wallace's) (poster), Nosepass, Crawdaunt, Delibird, Donphan, Swinub (Lila's Tiger Lily Smile), Stantler (Lila's Tiger Lily Smile), Butterfree (x2) (Lila's Tiger Lily Smile), Magikarp (Lila's Tiger Lily Smile)
| Major event(s)
| Ash and co. arrive to Celestic Town. Dawn wins her third Ribbon.
| Pokémon: DP Battle Dimension
Battling The Generation Gap! (Japanese: ポケモンコンテスト！カンナギ大会！！ Pokemon Contest! The Celestic Convention!!) is the 43rd episode of Pokémon: DP Battle Dimension.
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- The song "Oración", music from Destiny Deoxys, Pokémon Ranger and the Temple of the Sea and The Rise of Darkrai are used as background music.
- Professor Oak's Pokémon lecture: Starly
- Jessie, disguised as Jessilina, dresses up like Fantina for this episode's Contest. She also uses a French accent similar to Fantina's.
- Dawn's appeal corresponds May's Appeal in Lessons In Lilycove as it was their third Contest and both had some type of unintentional effect in the appeal.
- James and Meowth wore the same outfits they wore in Gymbaliar!.
- This episode contains the anime's first representation of Substitute, an attack that has existed since Generation I.
- The dub title for this episode is a reference to the phrase "bridging the generation gap".
- Team Rocket doesn't blast off or recite their motto in this episode.
- In one scene, when Lila's bodyguard pulled her away, the ribbons on Dawn's dress disappear.
- At one point after Lila made her appeal Cherrim posed, the viewer can see a line running down its flower petal giving it the impression it has two flowers on its head instead of one.
- The status ailment Attraction does not wear off on its own in the games: the afflicted Pokémon must be switched out or the one who inflicted it must be removed from battle.