The Secret of Tamagotchi Town (たまごっちタウンのないしょばなし Tamagotchi Taun no Naishobanashi) is the twelfth and final episode of Let's Go! Tamagotchi.
- Ms. Perfect
- Oyajitchi (Japanese only)
- Tamagotchi School
All the buildings in Tamagotchi wake up, and start telling each other how well they did on not acting like they are alive. The cellphone tower says that he overheard Mametchi say to Memetchi and Kuchipatchi how he wonders what the buildings do at night when they're all asleep. Then they wait a bit to see all the Tamagotchi's dreams. Then it shows Kuchipatchi's dream, which has him eating a bunch of snacks, and one of the buildings says that he has the same dream every night. Then another building see's Flowertchi's dream, which has her flying with a bunch of flowers. Then it shows Chamametchi's dream, which has her fighting a Sebiretchi-like monster, and then Mametchi tells her how good she's doing, and suggests her to use her "Minus 4 Beam", so she does and the monster shrinks. Then the Tamagotchi School sees Ms. Perfect's dream, which has her tossing all of her A+ leaves, saying that everyone is perfect. Then it shows Makiko's dream, which shows her and Mametchi getting married. Then it shows another dream (either Tosakatchi's, Togetchi's, or Hinotamatchi's) of Tosakatchi's, Togetchi's, and Hinotamatchi's band performing in front of a big crowd. And then (Either Zukyutchi's, Yattatchi's, or Simasimatchi's) dream where they're racing in little race cars. Then it shows Gozarutchi's dream where he's sleeping. Then Kuromametchi's dream where he's carrying Otokitchi piggy-back across the street. Then Maidtchi's dream where she's sweeping the floor with a broom. And finally, Memetchi's dream, where she sings "Curly, curly, curly! Curly, curly, curly! Yeah! Yeah!". Then the buildings say how lovely the Tamagotchi's dreams are, and it shows all the Tamagotchi's and the Tamagotchi Planet.
Cuts and differences
The Japanese version featured Oyajitchi walking in the street while drunk. This was not seen in the English version.
In the English version, there are both male and female buildings, while in the Japanese version, all buildings are male.