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The brave Namekian has been tainted by the mist too, as he now follows Garlic Jr. As the immortal demon relaxes, Mustard and Salt have their fun with Earth's last heroes. Will Krillin and Gohan beat them and how will they able to handle Piccolo?
The episode was rated #1 Worst episode of Dragon Ball Z from 105 votes.
Even with Goku not back yet, the Earth has been very peaceful as Gohan fishes and Krillin dates a young girl named Maron. However, the peace will be disturbed because an old enemy has escaped from his dark prison- Garlic Jr!
The episode was rated #2 Worst episode of Dragon Ball Z from 126 votes.
With Piccolo down, Gohan fights the powered up Garlic Jr., but can he really defeat an immortal demon? Kami distracts the former guardians by using himself as bait so Mr. Popo can spread the Sacred Water, but will it work in time?
The episode was rated #3 Worst episode of Dragon Ball Z from 99 votes.
Gohan easily beats Mustard and Salt, but is powerless against the infected Piccolo. Krillin tries to save Kami and Mr. Popo, but eventually gets bitten by Piccolo. Gohan seems to be the only hero left and it seems that the battle is over...or is it?
The episode was rated #4 Worst episode of Dragon Ball Z from 101 votes.
Garlic Jr. and his henchmen, the Spice Boys, have infiltrated Kami's Lookout and have captured Kami and Mr. Popo. With Garlic Jr. in control, he releases his father's Black Water Mist- a vapor that unlocks any evil within a person, becoming a demon. Can anyone withstand the mist's power?
The episode was rated #5 Worst episode of Dragon Ball Z from 104 votes.
With the Earth at peace once again, Krillin and Maron do a little shopping, but then Maron looks at a wedding dress and a house. Krillin thinks they might get married, but is he right?
The episode was rated #6 Worst episode of Dragon Ball Z from 97 votes.
With their friends infected by the Black Water Mist and the knowledge of Garlic Jr.'s return, Gohan and Krillin head towards the Lookout to get the Sacred Water, but it's going to be tricky with Garlic Jr. beating them to the punch. Meanwhile, Piccolo handles the Spice Boys and the others, but will he too be infected by the mist?
The episode was rated #7 Worst episode of Dragon Ball Z from 104 votes.
With his plan in ruins, Garlic Jr. opens up the Dead Zone to finish off the others once and for all. With Kami and Mr. Popo spared, Piccolo is back with a plan: destroy the Makyo Star. But can Gohan do it with his friends still safe?
The episode was rated #8 Worst episode of Dragon Ball Z from 98 votes.
After absorbing Vegito, Buu has not taken on any of his characteristics, because he hasn't digested him yet. Inside Buu, Vegito still exists. He put up a barrier during the absorption, because he let it happen on purpose. Once he dispels the barrier, Vegito splits back into Goku and Vegeta. Vegeta crushes his fusion earring, citing that once they free their absorbed friends, Buu will lose most of his power. As they journey through his innards, they find some tiny green pieces of slime. The slime starts to attack, and it completely covers Goku. Suddenly, a giant worm appears, ready to eat Goku.
The episode was rated #9 Worst episode of Dragon Ball Z from 86 votes.
Piccolo and Krillin fooled Garlic Jr., for they were not infected by the Black Water Mist, and they freed Kami and Mr. Popo. Kami heads towards the seven air currents to spread the Sacred Water, but he could lose his life. Will he make it time, and will the others handle Garlic Jr.'s power increase with the Makyo Star?
The episode was rated #10 Worst episode of Dragon Ball Z from 103 votes.
Gohan begins his first day of Piccolo's training. Alone in the wilderness, he must quickly learn to take care of himself. But that isn't easy when he's tired, hungry - and being chased by hungry dinosaurs! If Gohan's first day is this dangerous, how will he ever survive for the second? Piccolo secretly watches these events.
The episode was rated #1 Worst episode of Dragon Ball Z from 229 votes.
Gohan, Krillin and Piccolo do their best against Garlic Jr. and the remaining Spice Boys, with the Makyo Star powering them up, but is it enough? Meanwhile, Kami and Mr. Popo try to get to pour the Sacred Water, but the former guardians won't allow it, and they drain Kami's lifeforce... as well as Piccolo's.
The episode was rated #2 Worst episode of Dragon Ball Z from 100 votes.
Still in shock that Raditz was able to dodge his strongest attack, Piccolo flies off the handle causing him to split in two! Gohan takes a break from training and begins to dream of his mother and father. The next day he decides to visit his mother by traversing the sea on a makeshift raft. He soon gets caught in a storm and remembers he can't swim! Could this be the end of poor Gohan?
The episode was rated #3 Worst episode of Dragon Ball Z from 195 votes.
Bulma screams to be let down, and reminisces on her troublesome life. She bites the soldier holding her, and she drops him. They catch her and land in a clearing. Bulma tries to escape but her efforts are fruitless. She eavesdrops on their conversation and finds out that they don't know about the Dragon Balls, so she explains to them how the wish could make them stronger than even Frieza. They like the idea of boundless strength and insist that she show them where the other balls are. In Space, Goku uses to Kaio-ken to form a energy ball and throws it into the gravitational pull of the gravity machine, causing it to cycle around the room. Goku then gathers energy for a Kamehameha and fires it at the other energy ball. Instead of them connecting, they overlap and hit Goku, one on the back and one on the chest. He endures the hit as if it were nothing.
The episode was rated #4 Worst episode of Dragon Ball Z from 124 votes.
After waking up dazed and disoriented, Goku sees a fruit tree. Not one to deny his appetite, Goku helps himself. But watching him are two giant ogres who want nothing more than to use the hero as a play toy! If Goku can defeat their challenges, the ogres vow to show him the way back to Snake Way. But can these two beasts be trusted?
The episode was rated #5 Worst episode of Dragon Ball Z from 189 votes.
Despite his efforts to keep his superhero identity as the Great Saiyaman a secret, Gohan discovers that his fellow high schooler Angela knows all. Saucily, Angela agrees to keep mum if Gohan agrees to go on a date with her. Though he has faced many a formidable villain in his Z-Fighter career, Gohan finds the prospect of a date with a girl to be terrifying.
The episode was rated #6 Worst episode of Dragon Ball Z from 95 votes.
Bulma has a dream about Vegeta killing her and stealing the Dragon Ball, but she falls out of her chair and wakes up. Elsewhere, Vegeta strategizes about how to get the seventh Dragon Ball, when several violent, quake-causing energy waves flash by. Bulma tries to hold on to the canyon wall, but the Dragon Ball rolls away and into the lake. She doesn't want to get wet, so she tries to fish it back in with a stick, but ends up pushing it farther into the water. She says that she'll wait for Krillin to get it when he comes back, but the ball rolls further down into the cavernous lake. Bulma pops open a submarine capsule and goes to retrieve it. She runs into a giant water dinosaur. She sees that the Dragon Ball is stuck in the scales on its back, so she fires torpedoes at it. It turns around swims off, dropping the Dragon Ball. In Space, Goku continues to wear himself out training at 100 G-Force.
The episode was rated #7 Worst episode of Dragon Ball Z from 128 votes.
Goku and Gohan attend a reunion on Master Roshi's island, where Goku introduces his son to all of his old friends. The smiles quickly fade, however, as an unexpected visitor lands on the island, and for Goku the day becomes a reunion of a different kind. A powerful alien has arrived. It's Raditz: Goku's evil older brother!
The episode was rated #8 Worst episode of Dragon Ball Z from 339 votes.
On the way to his first day of high school, Gohan stops a truckload of bank robbers by turning Super Saiyan. But now the city can't stop talking about this mysterious "Gold Fighter"! Can Gohan get through class without revealing his secret identity! It seems the person most likely to figure him out is none other than...Mr. Satan?s daughter!
The episode was rated #9 Worst episode of Dragon Ball Z from 111 votes.
Goku comes face to face with an old adversary, General Tao! Goku's search for the Dragon Balls has led him to the aging general, but unless the Super Saiyan can solve the crafty villain's puzzle, that search just might come to an end!
The episode was rated #10 Worst episode of Dragon Ball Z from 88 votes.
Last updated: mar 02, 2021
Dragonball z is the best
first comment in 2012 then 2013 then 2014 and 2015 and I write this in 2016 :D
Well now I've watched this series in its entirety for the first time since the age of nine. I'm not even sure where to start if I'm being honest lol. It definitely shifts away from the sense of adventure that the original Dragon Ball series had practically immediately with a much bigger focus on battles. It also steps away from the Mystical elements of the original series and goes toward the Sci-Fi genre for 2/3rds of the series but it goes back to the Mystical genre for the last 3rd. While there are plenty of funny moments they tend to be confined to mostly filler episodes due to the fact that DBZ takes a much serious tone than DB. The fights can get pretty intense and a lot of the times the villains keep you on the edge of your seat having you wonder what could possibly they do next or what kind of transformation they could have. While I can definitely see why so many love this series I actually still prefer DB over DBZ. I won't go too much into each part of the series but each one of them gets a plus from me. They start off by completely changing the series by showing that there's an Alien backstory to all of it and immediately showing just how serious it all is, by going as far as to have a character die early off in the series. The Saiyan saga brings along everybody's fav. Saiyan: Vegeta, who along with Piccolo has possibly the best character development. Frieza's possibly the most despicable (while somehow still having some charm) villain in the series, the more you learn of him the more you want to see him go down saga contains what's possibly the most iconic moment in the entire franchise with the debut of Goku's Super Saiyan form. Cell is incredibly terrifying, especially in his first form feeling like something out of a monster movie, he's also quite possibly the most arrogant DBZ villain which made his defeat most satisfying and extremely unique by having someone other than Goku defeat him, it's possibly the best ending for all of the sagas. The Majin Buu arcs shifts it to Mystical themes and somewhat silly elements we saw before in DB, introducing god-like characters, and the Fusion techniques. While some may dislike the Buu sagas I still love them, I really felt it was a much needed change after the first super serious parts of the series and hey it starts getting more serious as it goes. Majin Buu starts off as a silly villain, to a much more serious threat but still comedic and ending with a chaotic psychopathic Looney Tunes kind of animal. Buu ends up reaching levels of accomplishments that no other villain reaches and somehow still manages to be the "most fun" villain. I wouldn't even say any of the arcs are bad, they are all enjoyable and they all have their ups and downs. Personally I really dislike the ending....You'd think that in the end Goku would finally develop a sense about the importance of family and actually learn to love and appreciate his own family in the same exact way that they love him. But instead we get "Leaving to train this stranger, bye guys!" For god's sake, why even leave his family when he could literally teleport to train the kid? One of my issues is that in the Majin Buu arcs there are a lot of...well asspulls that conveniently come out of nowhere with no hint. Some of them are even hyped up to the maximum levels but then they go on to amount to nothing, they don't really progress the story or they're just there. As a huge DB fan I can definitely say it makes me sad to see the original cast of characters just get more useless as the story goes along. Even Vegeta, who's a fan favorite unfortunately always seems to end up falling victim to the Worf effect and being a punching bag for the main villains. But the one thing I will never understand though is why would a "Passing the Torch" theme be hinted at and accomplished only to have the spotlight go right back to Goku for the last villain.... **Number of Filler Episodes:*42 out of 291. I wouldn't call all of the filler episodes bad it's just that I found a good majority of them to be....unmemorable. If I'm being honest I found the famous Driver's License episode, Gohan by himself in the wild and Goku's battle with Pikkon to be the most memorable filler moments. I also have to mention the Garlic Jr. filler saga not cause it's magnificent but that it's unique in the sense that it gives the spotlight to characters that aren't Goku. The filler episodes that I would have to say are horrible are the "Fake Namek" episodes. I'm sure you've heard all the stories that say how much this series drags on, and heard how it's sometimes referred to as "Drag On Ball Z". Let me just confirm that all of those stories are true. You would think that the filler episodes are to blame for this but the biggest issue with this series is the fact that a ton of moments are extended for as long as possible. You'll either have the fights be extended for as long as possible or have about 10 cuts during battles that go back to something that's kind of unimportant. Some examples are: Goku and Frieza's fight going on for 4 hours & 13 minutes, having an episode recap in the middle of the last fight with Cell, constantly cutting back to see what Mr. Satan is doing in the middle of the fights with Super Buu. Unfortunately when the battles get dragged on it sometimes ends up making them feel repetitive, I thought it was especially noticeable in the Super Buu fights. If you'd like to experience this without it feeling dragged out then you may want to watch Dragon Ball Kai. NO Kai is not censored, it was only censored by Nickelodeon when they aired it.
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It is very, very slow paced. If it is your thing to watch slow paced shows, then it is good for you. It is heavy in action and the protagonist is decent.
Dragonball z is the beat
The cover for this show is wrong. The current image, featuring Goku in front of the show's various characters, was made for Dragon Ball Z Kai.
Android Saga>Frieza>Namek>Saiyan>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>Cell>Cell Games>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>Majin Buu>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>Fusion and Kid Buu>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>Great Saiyaman
@caiomatrix - Agreed
Best anime ever.
This anime is also known as “Case Closed” and as you can guess from its title, it is a detective series. The story has a twist, where the main character’s age has been reversed, so he looks like a child, instead of his own age. He gets into a lot of trouble while trying to solve his cases, especially because he is still only a high school student. He tags along with his best friend’s dad, who is actually a private detective.
This is one of the first animes I remember watching on my tv. The story follows a boy on his path to become the strongest ninja there is. In his way, there are many enemies that he must defeat in order to truly be the best there ever was. With a lot of enemies and also later some friends becoming enemies, it is a lot to deal with for anyone, especially for a young boy like him.
Hunter x Hunter
When Gon gets abandoned by his father, he must learn to navigate through life without him. His father is a well-known hunter and Gon decides to take after him and become a hunter himself. Besides wanting to look for animals, treasures and criminals, he is also determined to find his father as well. On his journey, he meets a lot of other hunters and encounters things he never expected to see.
Isn’t it great when your favorite TV show has characters from all over the world? A lovely Spanish or a funny Indian accent can always make a show interesting but cultural presentation is what brings awe to the viewers life. I am presenting you with the three best TV shows that will add colors to your to-watch list!
After a hot day outside, there’s nothing better than getting inside and cooling down, all while watching something on the tv. Luckily for all of us, there is plenty to chose from and more and more series are coming our way. So turn on your AC, get yourself a cold glass of your favorite drink, sit back and enjoy.
I remember watching a lot of “Pokémon”, “Digimon”, “Dragon Ball Z” etc. when I was growing up. Little did I know back then, I wasn’t watching cartoons but animes. Even now that I’m all grown up, I still enjoy watching them. There are many more genres to choose from and it’s always so full of action. The music in it is so great, you’ll definitely find yourself listening to songs long after you’ve finished watching.
I am Sophie and this is my website.
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