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The Pokémon Pop Parody Medley You Need to See

The Pokémon Pop Parody Medley You Need to See

We all know that Professor Oak keeps track of Pokémon near and far with his handy-dandy Pokédex, but until now there was no corresponding songédex for everyone’s favorite pocket monsters. Luckily, the Nerdist Alliance members/Gym Leaders of Screen Team Show are here to both save the day and the Pokémon from Team Rocket in their latest video.

Pokémon Parody Medley” combines cameos by Charmander, Snorlax, Espurr, and an evolving Timburr/Gurdurr (which itself can and should be the name of a Pokémon dating app) with reworked versions of huge pop hits like Ellie Goulding’s “Burn” and Miley Cyrus’s “Wrecking Ball,” which we think is much improved in Screen Team’s version, “Pokéball”.

BRB, gonna catch ’em all. Meanwhile, let us know which of the video’s parody pair-ups is your favorite in the comments.


  1. Danitabear says:

    I love Screen Team so much. They make the best videos

  2. Illusion-XIII says:

    If you’ve seen any of Screen Team’s videos, this is what they do. It’s their thing, they do a song and she dresses up in Cosplay with big cleavage. If it’s not your cup of tea, then go ahead and move on, but it’s not like they’re particularly deceptive. The video is pretty much exactly what you see in the still.
    I’m amazed how people always seem to get angry that a hot girl would dare to dress up and show off her figure, as if somehow that’s some sort of nerd sacrilege. Isn’t that half the point of Cosplay in general (for which Nerdist has a weekly column)? Stop resenting and enjoy!

  3. CK says:

    This was hysterical! My favorite was the Espurr one. Poor thing he always looks so disturbed in the head.

  4. somethingother says:

    I’m sorry but this was awful.

  5. Dave says:

    So do you have to be a fan of Pokemon to enjoy this? Cause I did not. Save for the eye candy, of course.

  6. Steve says:

    Why is this on Nerdist? It’s just her dressed as different pokemon but re-imagined to have massive cleavage. This is the kind of pandering low quality stuff that the nerd community needs to be trying to shake the perception of, not celebrate.

  7. Larry says:

    All of them were amazing. The Snorlax one was hilarious tho