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|Premiered:||20 June 2010 (9:00 – 9:30AM, Sunday, Fuji TV)|
|Opening Animation:||“Dragon Soul” (Third Animation)|
|Ending Animation:||“Wings of the Heart”|
Manga (Weekly Shōnen Jump)
Dragon Ball Z (Original Broadcast)
Dragon Ball Kai “Artificial Human & Cell arc” Volume #03 (03 December 2010)
Dragon Ball Kai “Artificial Human & Cell arc” Blu-ray Box #01 (02 October 2010)
Wanting to defeat Vegeta himself, No. 20 thinks that if he absorbs Piccolo and the others’ energy and makes it his own, then he’ll be able to defeat Vegeta. Vegeta and the others desperately search for No. 20, but since he leaves no trace behind they are unable to discover him. At that time, Piccolo is attacked by No. 20. Gohan saves him as he’s having his energy absorbed and is about to lose consciousness. Then after restoring his stamina, Piccolo knocks No. 20 around all on his own. Even without Goku there, Piccolo and the others have overwhelmed the artificial humans. But then teenage Trunks appears again, and is shocked that No. 19 and No. 20 are different than the artificial humans in his future. Vegeta and the others are startled when they learn that No. 20 and No. 19 are not the artificial humans that Trunks told them about. At this time, No. 20 announces the existence of No. 17 and No. 18 to Vegeta and the others, and flees for his laboratory.
This collection compiles all re-animated scenes featured in this episode’s original broadcast, listed in order of appearance. Each re-animated scene will be presented with a screen shot from the original Dragon Ball Z TV series (left) and another taken from the Dragon Ball Kai TV broadcast (right). In Japan, Dragon Ball Kai was broadcast in widescreen, so these comparisons will maintain this proper aspect ratio. All original comparison screen shots were taken from the Japanese Dragon Boxes and maintain their proper 4:3 aspect ratios. It should be noted that some of these re-animated scenes only appear in the widescreen presentation of the series and were possibly omitted from fullscreen releases, both domestically and internationally.
All credits listed below are as originally presented in the episode. The credit structure used in Dragon Ball is actually quite simple; the staff involved with the production of the series as a whole are listed in the opening credits and the staff involved with this specific episode are listed in the ending credits. All original credit errors have been corrected to maintain accurate spellings throughout the site. For more information and a complete listing of the series staff, visit the Production Guide.
The cast credits are listed in order of character importance within the series. For more detailed information about the series cast, visit the Cast Guide.