|Reviews for Captured|
| MassiveFanGirlAlert chapter 1 . 8/13/2013
LMFAO. ROCKETSHIPPING FTW. F - ING HILARIOUS
| Tawny chapter 1 . 5/14/2013
| RedEyedWarrior chapter 1 . 12/2/2012
That was hilarious! I knew Jessie and James had a thing for each other, but their compromising position made me laugh my ass off! They even stupidly let Ash go so they wouldn't get out of their position, but they had to break away for a moment to get a map for Ash. That was so hilarious! If only that happened in Pokemon in the real thing. Then I'd still be watching it. :)
| Guest chapter 1 . 10/20/2012
| xxBurningxx chapter 1 . 6/8/2012
Rofl! You should right a sequel where the positions are reversed; Jessie and James walk in on Ash and Misty (would have to be set in the future, of course, because Ash is like, what, 10 in the Kanto anime).
| ForThoseWhoLikeToMoveItMoveIt chapter 1 . 2/11/2012
| Thatguyyouknow chapter 1 . 1/20/2012
XD I love this.
| Farla chapter 1 . 1/9/2012
Dialogue is written as "Hello," he said or "Hello!" he said, never "Hello." He said or "Hello." he said or "Hello," He said or "Hello" he said. The only exception to this is if the next sentence doesn't contain a speech verb, in which case it's written as "Hello." He grinned, never "Hello," he grinned or "Hello," He grinned or "Hello." he grinned. Note that something isn't a speech verb just because it's a sound you make with your mouth, so generally stuff like laughed or giggled is in the second category. Furthermore, if you're breaking up two complete sentences it's "Hi," he said. "This is it." not "Hi," he said, "this is it." or "Hi," he said "this is it." And if you're breaking up a sentence in the middle, it's "Hi. This," he said, "is it." If there's no speech verb in the break, you use a dash, like "Hi. This - " He looked around. "- is it." And the same punctuation and capitalization applies to thoughts.
You wouldn't capitalize animal or mouse or dragon, so you shouldn't capitalize words like pokemon or pikachu or charizard. The only time you should capitalize it is if you're using it as the pokemon's name, ie, Ash's pikachu is called Pikachu. This is because you only capitalize when it's a proper noun, which are the names of places or things. Similar reasoning should be applied to any other words you're thinking of capitalizing, like telephone or trainer. Or professor.