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Personality & Development: Meowth

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Mewoth's relationship with his teammates is more adult, but sometimes seems more childish. The sense that Meowth’s relationship with Jessie and James is more adult is that he does not treat them as superior and they all acknowledge they are on the same level in society. Their relationship can be seen as childish due to the constant {{bp|AG176|bickering}} and the fall-outs between them. However as Meowth grows older, becomes wiser, and reaches the point where he feels he can {{bp|DP117|leave Team Rocket}}, his friendship with Jessie and James prevails. In this episode, it appeared as if Meowth had outgrown his blind allegiance to Team Rocket and chose to stay with his friends for their company and love, until ''Best Wishes'' where the trio all begin to feel fulfillment in their jobs.
[[File:MeowthNoodles.png|left|thumb|I’m much better at this]]
The back story and character of Meowth can be considered quite sweet and romanticized, explaining the international love held for the character. If Meowth was ever to actually leave the anime’s main cast and begin appearing as frequentinfrequent as {{an|Misty}} and {{bp|Tracey}}, uproar would surely begin amongst fans, for Meowth is definitely one of the most loved characters Japan has ever produced and may even be more popular than Pikachu. He wasn’t the first Pokémon to speak, but he’ll always be remembered as the first. The voice itself is perhaps most famous to anime fans, making voicing him a huge honour. Human characters always have clearer personality then the Pokémon characters and the voice of the legendary {{bp|Madddie Blaustein}}, {{bp|Nathan Price}}, {{bp|Carter Cathcart}}, not to mention his voices from other countries, have created a polished personality to match brash {{bp|Ash Ketchum|Ash}} and girly-girl {{an|May}}.
 
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