Even stars have to do extra takes on movie sets. The president has to attend functions and pretend to be interested in boring speeches.
They're also not above taking and maintaining legit work, until the inevitable screw up, and it's always manual labor anyway. Ironically, their "honest" work is almost always profitable.
And they always prove to be much better at whatever work they do for extra cash than they ever are at being bad guys. They'd probably have better lives if they just stopped chasing Pikachu.
Then they sank all of their money into it, just in time for the tournament to end and the market for their stuff to disappear. Meowth is a borderline Gadgeteer Genius ; James mentioned that the cat's the one responsible for most of the Humongous Mecha that they throw at the twerps!
Team Rocket is always trying to capture Pikachu because he's unique for a Pikachu. A Meowth that can talk.
Adding to the fact that he's a Gadgeteer Geniusbeing a low-level flunky for a mob boss that ignores him is so beneath him and his companions. While it was all just an act to lure them into another Pokemon-stealing trap, he was actually rather good at it most of the time, ending up solving several dilemmas the heroes ran into on their journey.
However, just on the way to finding some media connections, the heroes start their usual beatdown on Jessie and James, and he just doesn't have the heart to turn his back on them. Utilised since the Sinnoh era. It is revealed that Meowth has exceptional culinary abilities due to his precise Fury Swipes.
He ends up using it alongside Jessie during her contest run, helping her get a top spot. He does the same in the Kalos showcases, where it again is usually received well. In the Pokemon short "Eevee And Friends" the heroes' Pokemon even entrust him to make a banquet for their party.
Also subverted in that the few occasions Team Rocket actually tries to make a legitimate business, either demand fades, or it's the one time in a million that the twerps actually see through their Paper-Thin Disguises and drive them out of business.
In one dubbed episode, the trio actually does well enough in a legitimate business venture that the three momentarily consider leaving Team Rocket to pursue a new life. It just so happens that Ash and Pikachu walk right by, and the three promptly ditch their stall and go back to their old ways.
They're just that obsessed with the yellow electric mouse.
What makes their obsession even worse is that Ash's Pikachu is, at least at first, no more powerful than any Pikachu could hypothetically become: It does display an unusually strong electric attack during Team Rocket's first encounter with it, but this is because Ash is pumping it full of electricity, making it stronger.
You could do the same with any other of its kind and probably any other Electric-type, for that matter. Later on, Ash's Pikachu is actually shown to be one-of-a-kind, very powerful and able to do things no other Pokemon can.
It still applies, as most of what he does can be done by other Electric-types, and his unique Z-Move, 10, Volt Thunderbolt, only works with Ash.
Team Rocket attempts to poach a group of wild Pikachu along with Ash's, naturally. They completely fail to realize that they could just, you know, battle and capture the Pikachu like any other wild Pokemon.
Only one of them has an owner. This also has the benefit of making it difficult for the Church Militant to try to kill him, since the Church would be in a lot of trouble if they were found to be behind an assassination attempt of such a prominent societal figure.
Inverted in One Piecewhen minor villain Wapol actually starts a new life and builds a massive toy-making empire by using his powers to recycle objects into toys. In fact, the alloy his power creates dubbed "Wapometal" is apparently a unique and amazing compound, which makes him even richer when a scientist discovers its properties and Wapol begins capitalizing on that.
Heck, thanks to this discovery, he even gets his own kingdom Named the Evil Black Drum Kingdom and marries a supermodel!As you can see, housing prices (adjusted for inflation) typically stay within a narrow range — around on that chart.
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