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[Game Boy screen flickers on, a Nidorino and a Gengar are battling each other. Soon, it turns into this super cool action battle between the two of them. Like holy crap, is it awesome.]
[Pan out to outside the colosseum, then to a crown cheering, then back at the Pokemon beating each other up.]
Announcer: And Nidorino begins the battle with a Horn Attack! Oh, but Gengar bounces right back! And there it is, the Hypnosis Power of Gengar! This could be the end of Nidorino. Wait, the trainer recalled Nidorino. Which Pokemon will he use now? Oh, it's Onix. Now this giant Pokemon's on the attack. (on TV) Oh-oh but Gengar jumps aside. Gengar is moving beautifully today...
Ash Ketchum: Yes! I am Ash!
Narrator: Ash Ketchum, is a boy from Pallet Town.
Ash: And now that I'm 10, I can finally get my Pokemon license.
Narrator: Ten-year-olds can get a beginner Pokémon from Professor Oak, the town's Pokémon expert.
Ash: I will journey to gain the wisdom of Pokémon training. And I hereby declare to the Pokémon of the world. I will be a Pokémon master. Pokémon master! That is what I'll --
Delia Ketchum: Ash, get to bed! It's 11 o'clock and you should be asleep.
Ash: But tomorrow I begin my Pokémon journey -- I can't sleep.
Delia: Well if you can't sleep, you should at least get ready for tomorrow. Here, watch this.
Professor Oak: Good evening, Pallet. Tomorrow's the big day for the newest class of Pokémon students. I'd like to introduce you to Bulbasaur, Charmander and Squirtle. Each one is available for new trainees. Which one shall you choose?
Delia: Go to bed when this is done.
Ash: Alright I'm going.
Delia: And change into your pajamas, OK?
Professor Oak: ... to help them develop their special powers.
Ash: I'm going.
Ash: Raising Bulbasaur. That'd be really simple. It's perfect for beginners. I choose you, Bulbasaur! Then there's Squirtle. I choose you, Squirtle! Choose it or lose it. Ahh.
Ash: Oh hold on, Charmander. Those in the know say that's the best way to go. I choose you, Charmander! What?... Oh, no! What time is it?! Squirtle, Bulbasaur Charmander, anyone is fine -- just please, save one for me.
[A crowd has gathered to see Gary off. Ash is running to Prof. Oak's lab to get his first Pokémon after having overslept]
Cheerleaders: Gary, Gary, he's our man! If he can't do it, no one can! Gary, Gary-
Ash: [cuts through] Oh, sorry!
Cheerleaders: [gasp] Hey!
[Ash crashes into Gary and falls down]
Gary: Hey, watch where you're going! [recognizes Ash] Well, you must be Ash. Better late than never, I guess. At least you get the chance to meet me!
Ash: [gets up] Gary?
Gary: Mister Gary to you! Show some respect! [smug] Well Ash, you snooze, you lose, and you're way behind right from the start! I got a Pokémon and you don't.
Ash: You... got your first Pokémon?
Gary: That's right, loser, and it's right inside this pokeball [takes out his pokeball and begins spinning it]
Cheerleaders: Let's go, Gary, let's go! Yeah yeah!
Gary [addressing crowd]: Thank you, fans! Thank you for this great honor! I promise you that I will become a Pokémon master, and make the Town of Pallet known all around the world! [poses triumphantly as the spectators cheer again]
Ash (to Gary): Excuse me?
Gary (while posing): Yeah?
Ash: I was just wondering if you could tell me what kind of Pokémon you got.
[Gary puts his arm down and, with one eye closed, leans close to Ash, one arm at his hip, the other holding the pokeball]
Gary: That's none of your business! If you showed up on time, you would've seen that I got the best Pokémon from Professor Oak. It's good to have a grandfather in the Pokémon business, isn't it?
[The scene cuts to him and his cheerleaders in his car, saying goodbye to the crowd]
Cheerleaders: Let's go Gary, let's go! [repeat]
Gary: Thank you for coming out to see history in the making! Now I, Gary Oak, am off to learn the ways of the Pokémon trainer!
[He and the cheerleaders drive off. Ash, left alone behind everyone, clenches his fists and grits his teeth]
Ash: Auugh, I'll show you!
Prof oak: So you finally decided to show up after all.
Ash Oh, Professor Oak, where's my Pokémon?
Professor Oak: Your Pokémon?
Ash: Yes, I'm ready
Professor Oak: you look like you're ready for bed, not for Pokémon training. I hope you don't think you're gonna train in your pajamas.
Ash: Oh no, professor, I got messed up this morning, and I was a little late, but believe me, I'm ready for a Pokémon.
I thought about it a lot, and it took me along time, but I finally decided to choose... Squirtle! Ohhh!
Professor Oak: Already taken by someone who was on time.
Ash: Oh, I wish I hadn't overslept. But now I would choose as my Pokémon... Bulbasaur! What?
Professor Oak: That was also taken buy a kid who wasn't late.
Ash: Ohh, well that's no problem, because my Pokémon will be... Charmander. Ohhhh!!
Professor Oak: The early bird gets the worm, or in this case, uhh, the Pokémon.
Ash: Does that mean all the Pokémon are gone?
Professor Oak: Well, there is still one left, but I --
Ash: Professor I'll take it!!
Professor Oak: I think I should warn you -- There is a problem with this last one.
Ash: I have to have a Pokémon.
Professor Oak: Well, in that case...
Professor Oak: Its name is Pikachu.
Ash: Oh, it's so cute, it's the best of all!
Professor Oak: You'll see.
Ash: Oh, hi Pikachu.
Professor Oak: It's also known as an Electric mouse -- It's usually shy, but can sometimes have an electrifying personality.
Ash: I see what you mean.
Professor Oak: Shocking, isn't it? Now take these -- your Pokédex is and Pokéballs.
Ash: Thank... YOUUUUU!!!!!
Professor Oak: YOUR WELCOME!!!!
Delia: Oh, Ash I'm so proud of you. You're finally gonna fulfill your dream and it starts with your Pokémon training. But I'm -- I'm gonna miss you so much. Oh, my little boy.
I packed your sneakers and jeans, nice clean shirts and underwear, and your favorite snacks and some hot chocolate in case you want something hot. But be careful not to burn yourself. And an pair of rubber gloves to do your laundry, and a new clothesline to hang it out to dry --
Ash: Mom, you're embarrassing me! In front of all these people -- don't you know I'm a big kid, now? Pokemon trainers can take care of themselves.
Delia: I understand. Hmm? That's your Pokemon?
Ash: Yep, that's my Pokemon.