Pokemon Puzzle League Season 1 on The WB is Pikachufreak's fan-fiction thing to make. It has Pokemon Puzzle League episodes broadcast on The WB. It all happens on September 13, 1997 and it stars Ash Ketchum, Mary, Gary Oak, Brock, Misty, Lt. Surge, Erika, Koga, Sabrina, Blaine, Tracey Sketchit, Team Rocket, Giovanni, Ritchie, Lorelei, Bruno, Sissy, Danny, Rudy, Luana, Falkner, Bugsy, Whitney, Morty, Chuck, Jasmine, Pryce, Clair, Casey, The Kimono Sisters, Calista, Bailey, Joe, Miki, Marina, Chopper, Aya, Charmaine, Damian, Alex Davis, Koji, Ken, The Eevee Brothers, A.J., Krystal, Ethan, Seymour, Suzy, Chigusa, Rebecca, Ralph, Nelson, Dario, Mandi, Tsuyoshi, Goneff, Tyson, Braggo, Duplica, Cassandra, McKenzie, Florinda Showers, Sylvester, Dayton, Andreas, Tierra, Timmy, Raiden, Melanie, Ruby, Mikeosu, Melvin, Benji, Pietra, Woodruff, Jessibelle, Cherry, Trinity, Zachary Evans, Nario, Eve, Dorian, Ephraim, Stella, Bucky, Kiyo, Kevin Whitney, Joey Wheeler, Goku, Mitchie Ohara, Skeeter Valentine, Kimiko Tohomiko, Zak Saturday, Lexi Bunny, Shaggy Rogers, Riff Raff, The Greaser Dogs, Dr. Eggman, Eddy, Sam Simpson, Virgil Hawkins, Mel Blake, Presley Carnovan, Scott Jones, Penny Crygor, Miguel Santos, Kwame, Josie McCoy, Archie Andrews, Doug Funnie, Molly Wei, Richie Foley, Wendy Corduroy, Sakura Avalon, Zoey Hanson, Corina Bucksworth, Bridget Verdant, Kikki Benjamin, Renee Roberts, Ally Williams, Meilin Rae, Rikochet, Maylu Sakurai, Madison Taylor, Tooty The Elephant, Daphne Blake, Suzie Chan, Ryuga, Spike Bourne, Kaiser Gray, Doji, The Ninja Turtles, Fox McCloud, Rita Sasaki, Rex Salazar, Chazz Princeton, Annie Roberts, Chelsea Mihara, Nikki Yanagisawa, Mushra, Ikki Tenryou, Jackie Chan, Agent J, Ozzy Jones, Ace Bunny, Omi, Johnny Test, Sandy Cheeks, Mike Mazinsky, Scooby-Doo, Candace Flynn, Ed, Double D, Al Valentine, Nancy Neil, Yami Yugi, Lan Hikari, Diana Lombard, Yoko, Donkey Kong, Hunter Steele, Raimundo Pedrosa, Scarlett, Sonic, Aviva Corcovado, Juniper Lee, Sly Fox, Max Taylor, Tom Majors, Ami Onuki, Rick Wheeler, Yoh Asakura, Reggie Rocket, Yusei Fudo and Yuma Tsukumo. Both It's A Laugh Productions and Hanna Barbera distribute the series.
Episode 1: A Puzzle League Beginning
- The Series premiere starts with Ash Ketchum waking up one morning. He calls Mary and they both head downstairs to the kitchen, where Wilhelmina has cooked breakfast for them. After that, Ash and Mary head off and find Kevin Whitney. He explains that he will join Ash on a quest and he accepts. On their way to Puzzle League Village, they run into Gary Oak and Joey Wheeler, who both explain that they will compete in the league. On their first attempt of capture, Ash and Kevin stumble upon a Spearow and its flock chases after them. They soon run into Misty and Mitchie Ohara. Misty is worried that her bike may be broken, but Mitchie tells her that Miss Haruna will get a new one. As our episode finishes, Ash and Kevin join Misty and Mitchie as they set off for their first quest.
- Release Date: September 13, 1997.
- Who's That Pokemon: Pikachu.
- Pokemon-a-Long: To Be A Master.
Episode 2: Better Safe Than Fast
- Ash, Mary, Kevin, Misty and Mitchie find themselves at the mall one day. They take a look around and find lots of shopping. To their surprise, they meet Brock and Goku. The two explain that they will do everything for one. As our friends travel along, they run into Team Rocket and The Greaser Dogs. Both trios perform their mottos and claim that Pikachu is theirs. Ash has his first battle, using only Charizard and Noctowl against Arbok and Victreebel. After sending Team Rocket and The Greasers flying, Brock and Goku join Ash and the others and they all head for their next quest.
- Release Date: September 20, 1997.
- Who's That Pokemon: Squirtle.
- Pokemon-a-Long: What Kind of Pokemon Are You?.
Episode 3: A Simple Rule
- As Our Heroes pass on a forest, they come across many dancing indians. T. Hawk arrives for a visit and Brock and Goku greet him. T. Hawk explains that he will help the others on skills. However, Team Rocket and The Greaser Dogs try to be cruel dancers, but nothing happened. After that, T. Hawk thanks our friends.
- Release Date: September 27, 1997.
- Who's That Pokemon: Bulbasaur.
- Pokemon-a-Long: Double Trouble.
Episode 4: A Room With No View
- Our Heroes discover that rooms have no view. They meet up with Fix It Felix who explains that he will solve the cases. However, Team Rocket and The Greaser Dogs try to call some movers to take away furniture, but they didn't. After that, windows have been placed and Felix thanks our friends.
- Release Date: October 4, 1997.
- Who's That Pokemon: Nidoran Female.
- Pokemon-a-Long: Viridian City.
Episode 5: To Battle or Not To Battle
- Our Heroes must learn the basics of battles. They all meet up with The Mascaritas who explain that battling against trainers is simple. However, Team Rocket and The Greaser Dogs try to make bad rules, but to no avail. After that, Rikochet thanks the others.
- Release Date: October 11, 1997.
- Who's That Pokemon: Growlithe.
- Pokemon-a-Long: Together Forever.
Episode 6: A Call To Remember
- Our Heroes become obsessed with calling. They meet up with The Vermilion Gang and Brock is quick to propose to Lorelei, but Misty drags him away. Surge then explains that he will call for duty. However, Team Rocket and The Greaser Dogs try to be unlucky, but their plan backfires. After that, Surge, Bruno, Sabrina, Lorelei and Blaine thank our friends.
- Release Date: October 18, 1997.
- Who's That Pokemon: Krabby.
- Pokemon-a-Long: My Best Friends.
Episode 7: Return To Porta Vista
- In this sequel to Tentacool and Tentacruel, Our Heroes return to Porta Vista in order to make good times. They meet up with Athena Asamiya, Momoko, Bao, Sie Kensou, Hinako Shijou, Malin and Chin Gentsai and Brock is quick to propose to Athena, saying that her 2003 outfit is famous, but Misty drags him away. Kensou explains that everyone will celebrate the year of the Maiden's Peak party. However, Nastina returns for her revenge and teams up with Team Rocket and The Greaser Dogs to ruin the celebration. After throwing them out, Athena thanks our friends.
- Release Date: October 25, 1997.
- Who's That Pokemon: Geodude.
- Pokemon-a-Long: You and Me and Pokemon.
Episode 8: A Fight With Destiny
- Our Heroes are making good times being sure that fights are with destinies. They meet up with Aya and Koga who both explains that fighting with destiny is a simple idea. However, Team Rocket and The Greaser Dogs try to make a martian act, but they fail. After that, Aya and Koga thank our friends.
- Release Date: November 1, 1997.
- Who's That Pokemon: Vulpix.
- Pokemon-a-Long: Pikachu, I Choose You.
Episode 9: Warriors From Beyond
- Our Heroes want to make sure there are warriors from beyond. They meet up with The Xiaolin Monks who explain that their key is to make perfect skills. However, Team Rocket and The Greaser Dogs both want to make bad skills, but nothing happened. After that, Omi thanks our friends.
- Release Date: November 8, 1997.
- Who's That Pokemon: Zubat.
- Pokemon-a-Long: The Song of Jigglypuff.
Episode 10: Barbecue Story
- Our Heroes are ready for their annual barbecue festival. They meet up with The Codemasters and Brock is quick to propose to Sarah Cornwell, but Misty drags him out. Tom then explains that the barbecue festival will start. However, Team Rocket and The Greaser Dogs try to burn the barbecue, but they fail. After that, Tom thanks our friends.
- Release Date: November 15, 1997.
- Who's That Pokemon: Horsea.
- Pokemon-a-Long: All We Wanna Do.
Episode 11: Be A True Superhero
- Our Heroes learn that superheroes come in all shapes and sizes. They meet up with The Legion of Superheroes and Brock is quick to propose to Saturn Girl and Phantom Girl, but Misty drags him away. Superman explains that he's here to help others. However, Imperiex appears and is banding up with Team Rocket and The Greaser Dogs to stop the world. After sending them packing, Superman thanks our friends.
- Release Date: November 22, 1997.
- Who's That Pokemon: Psyduck.
- Pokemon-a-Long: Two Perfect Girls.
Episode 12: Another Kids Day Celebration
- Our Heroes chance for another Kids Day celebration. They return to a small school and meet up with Timmy and Reiko. Ash and Brock decide to put a boys only holiday, leaving Misty speechless. However, Team Rocket and The Greaser Dogs try to ruin the holidays, but they fail. After that, Ash and Brock are done with the boys only holiday, and Misty apologizes to them. Then, Timmy and Reiko thank our friends.
- Release Date: November 29, 1997.
- Who's That Pokemon: Staryu.
- Pokemon-a-Long: To Be A Master.