After more than a year on standby, Dorkly recently returned to continuing saga of Rusty, the Pokémon trainer who kept a dozen Bidoofs in a single ball, killed Snorlax with a Toyota Camry and drowned his Zubat trying to teach it Surf. As Rusty enters a Ghost Pokémon tower, past mistakes return to haunt him.
The saga of Pokemon Rusty continues this week, as our hapless hero fights his first gym battle—about 30 levels too early.
Hidden Machines are the most useful moves you can teach a Pokemon, but it has to be the right Pokemon. Let's see if Pokemon Rusty can figure it out.
The tragically hilarious tale of Pokemon Rusty finally continues this week, as we learn the answer to the age-old question, "Can a human be healed at a Pokemon Center?"
When Team Rocket appears and your Pokemon rejoice, that's a sure sign that your training skills need a little work.
Last week we featured the premiere episode of Dorkly's Pokémon Rusty, a series that follows the adventures of a less-than-proficient Pokémon trainer. I questioned Rusty's choice of Kakuna as his starter Pokémon. This week he proves there's no problem you can't overcome by ripping a gaping hole in continuity.
Today marks the debut of a new Dorkly original series, Pokémon Rusty, in which a brave would-be professional pet owner sets off to catch 'em all with his trusty Kakuna at his side. True Pokémon fans are falling over laughing at this point.