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|Premiered:||27 December 2015 (9:00 – 9:30AM, Sunday, Fuji TV)|
|Ratings Share:||5.7% (3rd)|
|Opening Animation:||“Chōzetsu ☆ Dynamic!” (Third Animation)|
|Eyecatch:||Part A: Goku / Part B: Vegeta|
|Ending Animation:||“Starring Star”|
Dragon Ball Super DVD Box #03 (02 July 2016)
Dragon Ball Super Blu-ray Box #03 (02 July 2016)
Goku challenges Freeza to show him the fruits of his training, while Freeza is intrigued at the prospect of fighting a Saiyan god. He praises Goku for having put himself through even harsher training since they last met, but does not seem at all intimidated by Goku’s new form. Goku and his friends watching from the sidelines realize this can only mean one thing: Freeza must still be hiding power on par with Goku’s. Meanwhile Jaco snaps a picture, saying that he has never seen a blue haired Saiyan before. When questioned by Bulma, he claims he is simply gathering material to include in his Galactic Patrol report. If the patrol judges Earth to be a maximum danger zone, they will wipe out the entire planet with missiles.
Goku tells Freeza to stop stalling and unveil his full power; he is really getting his hopes up. Freeza has judged Goku as an opponent worth going all-out against, but warns that things will not go easy for him. Powering up, Freeza transforms into a new, golden form, shocking everyone with his immeasurable power. Freeza explains that he selected this golden color because it makes it easy for people to see that he’s powered up, though he worries about it being too simple. He dubs this new form “Golden Freeza”, which he admits is a cheesy name… but he knows Goku can tell that he did not simply just changed colors. Goku agrees; he did not expect Freeza to be so strong. Freeza declares that based on the energy he senses, he has this fight in the bag. Goku disagrees, saying that this will be a good, even match, while Freeza says they will just have to fight it out and see. Before recommencing their fight, Freeza bids Goku farewell, explaining that he might accidentally kill Goku instantly and so wants to get his goodbyes in now. It is statements like these that make Goku really hate Freeza, but he agrees that this time, things really might turn out like that. However, perversely enough, this sense of danger is getting him excited.
As the two start fighting again, Bulma receives a message from Whis. He and Beerus are on their way to Earth to pick up that strawberry sundae, and will arrive in 4 minutes and 13 seconds. As the two fly through space, Whis suddenly stops, causing Beerus to bite his tongue. Whis has stopped some unexpected visitors: Champa and Vados. Beerus demands to know what Champa, the God of Destruction for Universe 6, is doing over here in Universe 7. He suspects Champa has come to steal Universe 7’s tasty food, but Champa denies this, saying that the food in this universe tastes terrible. Instead, he claims to simply be out for a walk, though Beerus hardly believes this. Annoyed, Champa orders Vados to beat Beerus up (because he is too lazy to do it himself), but Whis insists on him and Beerus hurrying on to Earth. The two groups part company uneasily. After Beerus and Whis have left, Champa and Vados discuss things amongst themselves. They have managed to collect five so far, leaving only two left, and must gather all of these mysterious “somethings” before Beerus notices what they are up to.
Back on Earth, Golden Freeza is giving Goku a tough fight, and Bulma is annoyed at Vegeta for not helping Goku out. Whis and Beerus suddenly arrive, and are very impressed with the strawberry sundae. As the two chow down, Beerus idly watches the battle, noting how much stronger Freeza has grown. Goku is amazed at Freeza’s improvement, since it took Goku himself so long to train up to where he is now. Freeza dismissively says that while Goku may have grown close to godhood, ultimately an ape is still just an ape. This time he will kill Goku for sure, then kill his precious friends too so that he will have company in Hell. Just as Freeza’s getting hyped up, he chokes up when he spots Beerus. Clearly terrified, Freeza asks why Beerus is here, but Beerus explains he has simply come to eat this sundae. He will not interfere with Freeza’s revenge; after all, a fight is a fight, and as God of Destruction he is not on anyone’s side. Freeza is relieved to hear this, but Bulma angrily demands that Beerus take Freeza down before everyone gets killed. Beerus assures her that he will spare her at least, since she brought him this tasty treat, so she should be sure to stick by his side. Jaco asks Bulma if this person really is Beerus, the God of Destruction. When she says yes, he asks to get his picture taken with Beerus, but Bulma tells him to ask Beerus himself. First Goku and Freeza, and now Beerus… Jaco seems to want to get his picture taken with everyone, and Bulma thinks he is more like a groupie than an elite patrolman.
With Beerus set to not interfere, Freeza declares that he will continue with his revenge, and reduce Goku to space dust…
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