With Majin Boo defeated half-a-year prior, peace returns to Earth, where Son Goku (now a radish farmer) and his friends now live peaceful lives. However, a new threat appears in the form of Beerus, the God of Destruction. Considered the most terrifying being in the entire universe, Beerus is eager to fight the legendary warrior seen in a prophecy foretold decades ago known as the Super Saiyan God. The series retells the events from the two Dragon Ball Z films, Battle of Gods and Resurrection 'F' before proceeding to an original story about the exploration of alternate universes.
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Goku and the android girl Arale Norimaki meet after many years, in a fun-filled episode where the cast of Dr Slump and DBZ meet.
The episode was rated 6.51 from 506 votes.
A film of the Great Saiyaman is to be made, and Gohan is to be in it - to his chagrin, as a stuntman.
The episode was rated 7.00 from 453 votes.
With Earth no longer in danger, Goku and the others return to their ordinary lives. But Goku ends up working as a farmer again after Chi-Chi spent a majority the 100 million Zeni they received from Mr. Satan in light of Goku needing to becoming a role model for his unborn grandchild. Meanwhile, Mr. Satan's self-promotion as the one who defeated Beerus goes awry when alien ambassadors from planet Snak came to give their gratitude before their champion Galbee challenges Mr. Satan. After being unable to call Gohan or the others for help, Mr. Satan tries to enlist Goku's help when he arrives at the scene. Goku is forced to escape when Chi-Chi spots him about to fight, which forces Mr. Satan to deal with Galbee himself to maintain his image. Luckily, the aliens having intended to conquer Earth, the Snackians are revealed to be cynophobic as they leave Earth in terror upon spotting Mr. Satan's dog Bee.
The episode was rated 7.07 from 584 votes.
Goku and Vegeta recruit Piccolo and Majin Buu as the remaining combatants of the Universe Seven team. Gohan considered joining, but was unable to do so as he had a business meeting on the day of the tournament. Beerus and the others think back over recent events, with a series of flashbacks recapping the series.
The episode was rated 7.14 from 497 votes.
Champa returns, and offers a baseball game between him and Beerus.
The episode was rated 7.16 from 512 votes.
Due to over exerting himself from using the Kaiō-ken technique against Hit, Goku has problems controlling his energy and is force to take break to regain his strength. While Gohan and Videl are out, Goku and his family babysit Pan with the infant being fascinated with the stars. That morning, the Pilaf Gang attempt take advantage of Goku's powerless state with a giant robot, but they end up unintentionally stealing Pan while their robot turns into a ship that they accidentally launch them into the stratosphere. The pressure from the launch destroys their ship, but Pan is able to fly back home with her captives in tow. On their way home, Goku's family is relieved to find Pan even though they remain ignorant of her exploits.
The episode was rated 7.20 from 360 votes.
With all guests now gathered except for Goku and Vegeta, Bulma's birthday party gets underway. Trunks shows Goten where his mother hid the bingo tournament grand prize – the Dragon Balls. Not far off from the ship, the Pilaf Gang are now poor and hungry. They are trying to get by until they find the Dragon Balls and make their wishes come true. When his Dragon Radar picks up a signal coming from Bulma's ship, Pilaf and his henchmen hastily board the ship with Trunks and Goten's help. Meanwhile, on his planet, King Kai explains Beerus to Goku as a counterpart to the Supreme Kais who helps maintain universal balance. Just as he finishes, Beerus and Whis arrive.
The episode was rated 7.24 from 697 votes.
Goku decides to summon Shenron to honor a promise, but his friends have things they want to wish for too.
The episode was rated 7.29 from 488 votes.
Initially refusing to help Bulma after forcing him to come to Earth, Jaco suggests inquiring about the Super Dragon Ball from an omniscient alien named Master Zunō. After arriving on Master Zunō's planet, Jaco failing to mention the seven-year waiting period, the duo encounter a spacefaring criminal named Burpman, who is wanted by the Galactic Patrol for multiple dine and dash crimes. Having accidentally destroyed a monument and pinning the blame on Burpman, Jaco eventually decides to arrest the criminal so he and Bulma can take his spot and seek Master Zunō's advice right away. While Bulma unwittingly wasted two of her three questions, she learns the radius and other properties of the Super Dragon Balls as well as that they were formerly scattered across both the Sixth and Seventh Universes.
The episode was rated 7.31 from 474 votes.
Barry Kahn's attempts to sabotage Gohan get lethal when the alien parasite Watagash takes control of him.
The episode was rated 7.31 from 402 votes.
Last updated: jan 30, 2023
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