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And now for something completely different.

Hey stop uploading this to youtube you idiots, it kinda ruins the joke and it's only meant to be on Newgrounds.

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SmokeyThaFirenoobSmokeyThaFirenoob

Rated 5 / 5 stars

INFINITE SPLASHES!



BlizzardTheHedghogBlizzardTheHedghog

Rated 5 / 5 stars

non stop Splash


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JJCammieJJCammie

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Magikarp is invincible!


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xAyjAyxAyjAy

Rated 5 / 5 stars

reminds me of something......

magikarp: "they laughed at my splash, so i splashed in their blood."

......right, do not underestimate a mad magikarp or it will kill you after it reached level 20.


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somewhatlamesomewhatlame

Rated 5 / 5 stars

It would be easy, quite easy, to get swept up in the media masses who are desperately pining for "Splash attack," Ash's cinematic swan song and Sirschmoopy's second "Pokemon" film, to be a slice of cinematic paradise worthy of all the pre-opening Oscar surrounding Ash's turn as Red.

The good news is that the awards hype is warranted...Ash doesn't so much burst from Red's shadow as he simply and beautifully and maniacally reinvents the pokemon trainer as a psychologically tortured pokemon master, that is society's most dangerous type of criminal...the type of criminal who makes you compromise your own values in order to even have a hope of defeating him.

Ash's performance is a little bit prancing and preening, a whole lot menacing and taunting. Ash would have undoubtedly cast himself into the Hollywood stratosphere with this performance, especially coming on the heels of such diverse work as "Goldeen loves guitar," "Pikachu on acid" and "PokeAwesome." The simple fact that Ashr can, unbelievably, make you forget his tragic death with this performance is even more haunting as you leave your computer and reflect on the performance.

In other words, five stars is a given. An Oscar award, while a bit more of a stretch, is certainly not out of the realm of possibility.
Yes, Ash really is that good in "Splash attack"
Indeed, Sirchmoopy's second visit to Kanto is as intense, exhilarating and intelligent as his first with "Kakuna, Harden." "Splash attack" is even more relentless in the psychological warfare that is unleashed before your very eyes.


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