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|Premiered:||22 May 2016 (9:00 – 9:30AM, Sunday, Fuji TV)|
|Ratings Share:||5.2% (7th)|
|Opening Animation:||“Chōzetsu ☆ Dynamic!” (Fifth Animation)|
|Eyecatch:||Part A: Goku / Part B: Vegeta|
|Ending Animation:||“Forever Dreaming”|
Dragon Ball Super DVD Box #04 (04 October 2016)
Dragon Ball Super Blu-ray Box #04 (04 October 2016)
On a far off world, a strange panda-like man is practicing kung-fu when a group of aliens arrive. “So, you’ve come at last.”
On Earth, Monaka’s delivery spaceship arrives at Capsule Corporation. It turns out Bulma has ordered more of the space sweets Jaco brought to the victory party. She thanks Monaka, and asks if he could help her out with her latest experiment since no one else is around. Monaka is hesitant, saying he still needs to make a delivery to Planet Potaufeu, but Bulma assures him this will not take long. While Monaka is inside helping with Bulma’s incomprehensible experiment, Trunks and Goten return from an outing and spot Monaka’s ship. Seeing that Monaka is not around and has even left the cargo hold open, the two go inside and check out the packages Monaka is delivering.
Trunks’ eyes immediately go to a sword, while Goten messes around with a doll that quickly inflates to an enormous size. Trunks uses his sword to deflate the doll, but in the confusion the cargo hold door closes. Trunks considers simply smashing their way out, but figures it would not be good of them to break Monaka’s ship, so the two decide to wait it out. Unfortunately, when Monaka does return, he immediately takes off into space without even checking the cargo hold. Goten and Trunks yell for help, but he cannot hear them from the driver’s seat.
Flying through space, Monaka listens to a radio DJ announcing the start of the 13th Galactic Pants Conference, where the galaxy’s various pant makers will attempt to create a unified galactic system of pants sizes. Next up, the DJ reads a letter from a listener whose pen name is “Grand Ponta”, a space deliveryman who says how excited he gets when a package is labeled “Fragile: Handle with Care”. Meanwhile in the cargo hold, Trunks and Goten are getting kind of cold…
Monaka finally arrives on Planet Potaufeu, and discovers the frozen boys in the cargo hold. As he helps them warm up again, he explains where they are, though Trunks has never heard of the planet before. The panda-like alien from before appears. It turns out he is an old friend of Monaka’s named Potage, and Monaka has come to deliver him his copy of Space Martial Arts Monthly. While the two are getting caught up, the purple aliens from before appear, clearly looking for a fight.
Potage squares off against them, but while he is able to strike an impressive-looking fighting pose, he quickly proves no match. During the battle, the odd pacifier-like object Potage wears on a string around his neck falls on the ground, but he does not realize this at the time. Goten and Trunks step in and fend off the attackers, but as they retreat, their leader notices the pacifier lying on the ground.
Potage thanks them, and explains that those aliens were evildoers who had come to steal the planet’s “dormant power”, which it is his duty to protect. He reaches for the pacifier hanging from his neck, discovering at last it is no longer there. Panicked, he asks the others to help him find it again. Monaka passed out while watching the fight, so they leave him behind. Looking around, they fail to find the pacifier, at which point the lead evildoer and his men appear and reveal that they have it. Even worse, they have taken Monaka hostage!
Trunks and co. allow themselves to be tied up. It turns out that the “planet’s dormant power” which the evildoers are after is the so-called “Superhuman Water”, said to multiply one’s power hundreds of times. The pacifier is the key to unsealing this water, which lies inside some nearby ruins. However, Potage claims that the Superhuman Water does not actually exist, and that they will simply be “swallowed up” if they undo the seal. Unmoved, the evildoers use the pacifier to unlock the seal… but scream at what they find inside.
Back on Earth, Bulma has discovered via Capsule Corporation’s security cameras that Trunks and Goten went off in Monaka’s ship, and asks Jaco to go bring them back. Remembering how Monaka mentioned he still had a delivery to make to Planet Potaufeu, she figures that they must be there. However, Jaco says that Potaufeu should be uninhabited, and besides, he is much too busy to bother with this right now. He is on the trail of the villainous Gryll from Planet Sauté, a wanted criminal. Jaco holds up a picture of Gryll, who is clearly the leader of the gang attacking Planet Potaufeu.
Bulma blackmails Jaco into helping her by threatening to reveal how Jaco defaced a photo of the Galactic King, something that could get him fired. She also insists Vegeta go, and the two take off. Bulma next calls Chi-Chi to inform her of the situation, and Chi-Chi regrets that Goku is off training with Kaiō at a time like this. On Kaiō’s planet we see that Goku is indeed training hard; in fact, he says his power is back to normal. Kaiō says that since Goku’s ki disorder is healed, he should go train at Beerus’ place rather than here, but Goku says that Whis has apparently gone off somewhere, leaving him unable to travel to Beerus’.
On Planet Potaufeu, Trunks and the others are fleeing from Gryll and his men. Vegeta and Jaco arrive in the nick of time. Jaco recognizes Gryll, while Vegeta makes short work of Gryll’s henchmen, who strangely dissolve into a purple liquid. Vegeta prepares to face off against Gryll himself, but the liquid mass the henchmen have become engulfs him, then spits him back out. Vegeta realizes that he has lost his power, while the liquid mass reforms into a copy of Vegeta…
All credits listed below are as originally presented in the episode. The credit structure used in Dragon Ball Super 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.