The Rise of The Ghost Woman is an episode of The New Adventures of Ash Ketchum. This episode is the twelfth episode of the first season and it aired on November 22, 1997. It occurs during the events of the Cardcaptors episode: Seeing Is Believing.
- While at the scary woods, Sakura, Madison, Rita, Nikki, and Chelsea find a light and run away. But unfortunately, the figure, revealed to be a ghost woman with demonic red eyes and sharp white fangs, appears and captures Madison. Some Doberman Dogs, also with demonic red eyes, appear from out of the bushes and kill Sakura, Rita, Nikki, and Chelsea with vicious force. When Our Heroes, The Totally Spies, The Sailor Scouts, The Eds, and Mystery Inc arrive at the scene of the disaster, they all see Sakura, Rita, Nikki, and Chelsea dead and unconscious and Ash is left sad, sunk, and heartbroken. Mary, Wilhelmina, and Steven tell him that he'll just have to find another girlfriend for him since Sakura has passed away. So Ash goes to find another girlfriend, and luckily to his relief, he chose Mindy Lee to be his new girlfriend. Meanwhile, Team Rocket, The Greaser Dogs, The Koopalings, and The Brotherhood try to deal with the incident being caused at the woods Sakura and her friends are traveling.
- Ash Ketchum (Veronica Taylor)
- Mary Ketchum (Kerry Williams)
- Wilhelmina Ketchum (Amy Birnbaum)
- Steven Ketchum (Dan Green)
- Misty Waterflower (Rachael Lillis)
- Brock Peterson (Eric Stuart)
- Sam Simpson (Jennifer Hale)
- Clover Anderson (Andrea Baker)
- Alex Peterson (Katie Griffin)
- Serena Tsukino (Terri Hawkes)
- Amy Mizuno (Karen Bernstein)
- Raye Hino (Katie Griffin)
- Lita Kino (Susan Roman)
- Mina Aino (Stephanie Morgenstern)
- Ed (Matt Hill)
- Edd (Samuel Vincent)
- Eddy (Tony Sampson)
- Scooby-Doo (Frank Welker)
- Fred Jones (Frank Welker)
- Daphne Blake (Grey DeLisle)
- Shaggy Rogers (Matthew Lillard)
- Velma Dinkley (Mindy Cohn)
- Sakura Avalon (Carly McKillip)
- Madison Taylor (Maggie Blue O'Hara)
- Rita Sasaki (Stevie Bloch)
- Chelsea Mihara (Jocelyne Loewen)
- Nikki Yanagisawa (Kelly Sheridan)
- Mindy Lee (Bryn McAuley)
- Jessie (Rachael Lillis)
- James (Eric Stuart)
- Meowth (Maddie Blaustein)
- Wobbuffet (Kayzie Rogers)
- Cliff Feltbottom (Tom Kenny)
- Lube Ignatius (Carlos Alazraqui)
- Shriek Dubois (Maria Bamford)
- Eddie The Squirrel (Dwight Schultz)
- Larry Koopa (Adam McArthur)
- Morton Koopa Jr. (Phil LaMarr)
- Wendy O. Koopa (Janyse Jaud)
- Iggy Koopa (Greg Cipes)
- Roy Koopa (Jason Marsden)
- Lemmy Koopa (Ashley Johnson)
- Ludwig Von Koopa (Danny Cooksey)
- Lance Alvers (Christopher Grey)
- Todd Tolansky (Noel Fisher)
- Pietro Maximoff (Richard Ian Cox)
- Wanda Maximoff (Kelly Sheridan)
- Frederick J. Dukes (Michael Dobson)
Who's That Pokemon
- To Be A Master
- This episode marks the deaths of Sakura, Rita, Nikki, and Chelsea.
- It is revealed that Ash has to get another girlfriend.
- Meilin, the only Cardcaptor Girl left, is mentioned by Shaggy.
- Mindy is revealed that she wants Ash.
- (We open this episode with the New Adventures of Ash Ketchum 1988 theme song)
- Chorus: Gotta get up I've gotta get goin' I'm gonna see a friend of mine (He's round and he's fuzzy, I love him because he's just...) Ash Ketchum, Pokemon Trainer Looking for fun, chasing some honey bees Ash Ketchum, I know he's out there Rumbly tumbly Climbin' a honey tree Fun never ends for us, we're so adventurous 'Least every now and again But when you're alone, and there's nobody home It's nice to be able To count on a friend like Ash Ketchum, Pokemon Trainer Wherever you go, oh won't you take me please Ash Ketchum, I gotta be the-e-ere It's me and it's you My silly old Ash Ketchum.