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Trivia / Pokémon Learning League

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  • Blooper:
    • At the end of "Percents", Brawly's mouth doesn't move when he speaks.
    • Ash's eyes also disappear for a while at the end of "Light Energy".
    • Ash's Sinnoh cap in later episodes is just a recolored version of his Hoenn cap. While the shape of the logo is correct, the black portion of the cap should have straight edges on the sides instead of being curved at the bottom.
  • The Other Darrin: Officer Jenny is voiced by Kayzie Rogers instead of Emily Williams, her VA from the anime episodes "Pinch Healing!" to "The Fleeting Tower of Sunyshore!" and the current one at the time of Pokémon Learning League's run. Kayzie also voiced Officer Jenny in The Mastermind of Mirage Pokémon.
  • Role Reprise: Some of the voice actors from the anime reprise their roles in this web series:
  • Science Marches On:
    • Narrowly averted in the "Solar System" episode. Pluto is hidden outside the frame when one looks into the files, and there's a conspicuous space in the planet list where it should be. This means that the episode had to be rewritten at the last minute because Pluto was reclassified as a dwarf planet on August 24, 2006, a few weeks before the episode was released.
    • The "Food Pyramid" video uses the USDA's MyPyramid, which was the latest version of the food pyramid at the time since it was first implemented in 2005. It has since been replaced with MyPlate in 2011, three years after the web series was discontinued.
    • Siara mentions in the "Elements" video that there are 112 known elements to date. Six morenote  have been discovered and officially named since the episode was released.
  • Uncredited Role: Other than Siara being voiced by Tessa Faye, none of the voice actors for the other Mission Guides are credited.
  • What Could Have Been: Digging into the site's files reveals some unused assets:
    • In "Comparative Adjectives", "Light Energy", and "Sound Energy", there are unused files that called the Try segment "Think", suggesting that that was the original name for it.
    • There's an unused menu in "Comparative Adjectives" which had a rudimentary layout, a blue button in the middle, and a stick figure in the lower right corner. The button can be clicked, but it does nothing.