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|Premiered:||13 December 2015 (9:00 – 9:30AM, Sunday, Fuji TV)|
|Ratings Share:||4.7% (9th)|
|Opening Animation:||“Chōzetsu ☆ Dynamic!” (Second Animation)|
|Eyecatch:||Part A: Gohan & Mister Satan / Part B: Goku|
|Ending Animation:||“Starring Star”|
Dragon Ball Super DVD Box #02 (02 March 2016)
Dragon Ball Super Blu-ray Box #02 (02 March 2016)
Piccolo is laying on the ground after getting hit with Freeza’s attack. Bulma wonders what he is doing and shouts for him to get up, but Trunks says that he can no longer feel Piccolo’s ki. Freeza is thoroughly enjoying listening to Gohan’s sounds of lamentation, saying that this is exactly what he was hoping for. Jaco says that this is precisely why he considers Earth too dangerous and will have it removed from his jurisdiction once he gets back, while Bulma angrily asks where Goku and Vegeta are at a crucial time like this. Over on Beerus’ planet, Goku and Vegeta are in fact still sparring together inside Whis’ staff, while Beerus heartily eats pizza outside. However he runs out of pizza and demands more, but Whis explains that the rest is all inside his staff. He cannot take the pizza out with Goku and Vegeta training inside, and it was Beerus’ idea to put them in there in the first place. But Beerus insists, so Whis extracts Goku and Vegeta from his staff. Goku complains, saying that they were at a good part just then; even Beerus says that they seem to have done substantial training and Whis heals the two. The pizza boxes pop out as well, but they all turn out to be empty. Goku and Vegeta ate all the pizza when they were inside the staff; otherwise they would have starved to death.
While Beerus angrily chases Goku and Vegeta around, Whis starts to use his staff to contact Bulma and order more pizza, but he notices there is already a message from her. Whis and Beerus are both entranced by the strawberry sundae Bulma is offering, and Whis quickly contacts her. She is mad at Whis for being so late to respond, and tells him to notify Goku and Vegeta that Freeza has come back to life and Earth is in big trouble. Freeza’s grown far stronger than before, and even Piccolo died protecting Gohan! Meanwhile, Freeza and Sorbet notice Bulma is talking with someone. Sorbet asks if they should kill her, but Freeza realizes that she is probably contacting Goku. Unfortunately, Whis says that it will take him 35 minutes to bring Goku and Vegeta back to Earth… but Beerus points out that Goku has his own teleportation technique. However, Earth is too far away from Beerus’ planet, and so Goku cannot lock on to anyone’s ki.
Overhearing the conversation, Freeza realizes Goku will not be arriving for a little while, so Ginyu offers to finish off the remaining Earth warriors. Jaco declares that he has urgent business and tries to leave, but Bulma restrains him. Still beaten to a pulp and emotionally devastated, Gohan reflects on having gone so long without fighting that he no longer has the power to protect everyone. If only he had continued his training like Goku and the others, then Piccolo would not have died. Kuririn responds that there is nothing wrong with that; it is only natural to prioritize family over fighting. Hearing that Gohan is a family man, Freeza promises to wipe out his family in the blink of an eye. Gohan says he must stop Freeza in order to protect his family, and begins powering up. While he briefly becomes a Super Saiyan once again, ultimately Gohan’s body is too worn out to handle the power; he reverts back to his normal form and seems to lose consciousness. Fortunately though, Goku is able to sense his heightened power, and teleports himself and Vegeta to Earth just in time to save Gohan from one of Freeza’s attacks.
It turns out that raising his ki high enough to summon Goku had been Gohan’s goal all along. Goku compliments Gohan for working so hard to make sure he could sense his ki. Sorbet wonders if this is really the Saiyan who defeated Freeza, and Freeza confirms that he could never forget Goku’s face. Bulma asks Vegeta how long he was going to leave his beautiful wife alone. Goku reassures Gohan that they can use the Namekian Dragon Balls to revive Piccolo. He teleports away with Piccolo’s body, and Freeza recognizes the technique as belonging to the people of Planet Yardrat. Goku quickly returns, and explains that he took Piccolo’s body over to Dende’s. He asks Goten and Trunks to go over there and explain the situation right away. The two of them instead want to stay and watch Goku defeat Freeza, but he insists, saying that this is no place for children. Vegeta likewise tells them to do as Goku says. Jaco asks them to take him somewhere safe too, but Bulma again grabs him and forces him to stay there (Jaco thinks to himself that Bulma is scarier than Freeza). Kuririn gives Gohan a senzu, and Gohan wonders about everyone else’s portions. However, Kuririn says they don’t need them, as even back at full health they would not be of much help at this point.
Freeza is thrilled that the time has finally come for him to get revenge on Goku… though he is a bit surprised to see that Vegeta is with him as well. Goku wonders how Freeza returned to life, but Vegeta guesses it was probably with the Dragon Balls. Freeza confirms this, and agonizes over the torments he suffered in Hell. Goku is unsympathetic, since it was Freeza’s own fault that he came to Earth and got killed by Trunks. Freeza blames Goku as the start of all his misfortune, and cannot rest easy as long as Goku remains alive. Ginyu butts into the conversation, saying that he feels the same way, so much so that it hurts. Goku vaguely remembers Ginyu as the one who stole his body on Planet Namek, and Vegeta recalls how Ginyu ended up turned into a frog. Ginyu says the two of them do not understand how hard it was for him being a frog, but Vegeta is unsympathetic. After all, if Ginyu had remained a frog, he probably would not have died… And with that, Vegeta very quickly blows Ginyu to pieces.
Goku is angry at Vegeta, as there was no reason to kill Ginyu. But Vegeta says he just would have gotten in the way during the fight. Freeza is impressed with how much stronger Vegeta has grown, saying that he will be sure to kill him once he is done with Goku. Freeza explains that after his resurrection, he trained in order to battle Goku once more, which was the most effort he had ever put into anything in his life. As a result, he acquired power far surpassing anything he had imagined. Goku is not too impressed though. Freeza may have gotten stronger, but he has grown much stronger as well. Freeza says that last time he was caught off guard, so this time he will go straight to his final form. The massive surge of power from Freeza’s transformation wipes out all of his remaining soldiers apart from Sorbet, leaving a massive crater in the ground that goes straight down to the sea. As Freeza finally emerges in his final form, Goku wonders what kind of training he underwent. He calls dibs on fighting Freeza first, since Vegeta already fought with Ginyu. Goku tells Freeza that if he were not so evil, he might have made a good rival, and Freeza notes that Goku has not lost his knack for saying things that annoy him. Freeza wonders why Goku is not becoming a Super Saiyan, but Goku is sure there is no need for him to go that far anymore. Impressed with Goku’s confidence, the two prepare for battle, and Freeza is ready for his revenge to begin.
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