|"Fire and Ice"|
|Pokémon: Indigo League|
|December 24, 1998||November 6, 1999|
Ash wins his second battle in the rock arena, as Squirtle defeats Nidorino. After the battle, Ash decides to go off to find something to eat as he and Pikachu are both starved. He leaves his other Pokémon behind to eat as well, although Misty and Brock feel he should have taken them to a Pokémon Center. They catch up with Ash, Poké Balls in hand, to tell Ash to take them to the center. They cannot because the center is filled up. After deciding to go looking for another center, Ash spots a restaurant. He arrives inside to find there is plenty of food there, except he has no money. Fortunately, they are offering free meals to participants in the Pokémon League and Ash gets the food for free. After a nice meal, and another close call for Togepi (where Pikachu saves the day as usual), they head out to notice Brock is missing. They find him out on the street watching all the Nurse Joys and Officer Jennies passing by. They then find a finger from the alley summoning them. They discover a hidden Pokémon Center, or so they think. Ash gives in his Pokémon, before noticing that Brock is not reacting the way he should when a Nurse Joy is around. They discover it is Team Rocket and they are getting away with Ash’s Pokémon. The center turns into their balloon and they start to float away, until Onix stops them and brings back Ash’s Pokémon. Then after piercing their balloon, Team Rocket is let off to blow away. Back in the competition in the ice arena, Ash is winning until the competitor calls out an Arcanine. The battle is hard as Arcanine melts the ice all around leaving Pikachu no place to run. Pikachu dives, shocks, and wins the battle.
- Ash forgot that water can conduct electricity, even though he knew that fact in "The Water Flowers of Cerulean City".
- Brock was not attracted to the fake Nurse Joy (Jessie) like he was not attracted to Duplica, even when she imitated her.
- The season finale episode of the first season of Winx Club had the same title as this episode.
- The shape created during the use of Fire Blast is the Japanese kanji character for "fire".
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