07 December 2018 by VegettoEX
07 December 2018 by VegettoEX
04 December 2018 by VegettoEX
27 November 2018 by VegettoEX
|Premiered:||05 June 2016 (9:00 – 9:30AM, Sunday, Fuji TV)|
|Ratings Share:||5.9% (6th)|
|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)
Goku and Copy-Vegeta begin an evenly-matched battle, while Vegeta watches on from the sidelines, powerless. Vegeta grows increasingly irritated, first at Goku for not fighting well enough, but then at Copy-Vegeta for precisely the same reason. Trunks reminds him that he will die if Goku does not defeat Copy-Vegeta, but he is still mad at Copy-Vegeta for making him look bad.
Finally, Vegeta snaps and attacks Copy-Vegeta himself, but his fist passes right through him. Copy-Vegeta scornfully calls him a “discarded husk” and tells him should stay out of this. Vegeta insults Copy-Vegeta for putting up such a poor fight; even if Copy-Vegeta’s victory means his death, he would rather die than watch a copy of himself lose like this! He demands that Copy-Vegeta defeat Goku, and that Goku likewise not lose to Copy-Vegeta, leaving them both wondering whose side he is on.
Though they would both like to enjoy the fight a little more, the two decide to wrap up the fight Vegeta’s intrusion. Goku transforms into his Super Saiyan Blue form, and Copy-Vegeta follows suit. Vegeta is becoming even more transparent, so Potage gives him the pacifier-looking key for sealing away the Superhuman Water, saying that him sucking it may buy them some time. Jaco tries to snap a picture of Vegeta with the pacifier in his mouth, but sadly his phone battery is dead.
With both Super Saiyan Blue, the battle between Goku and Copy-Vegeta continues to be evenly matched. But Potage suddenly remembers something: if they destroy the Superhuman Water’s “nucleus” inside its “main body”, then all the copies should weaken! Trunks yells at Potage for not mentioning this earlier, but he says it is hard to remember stuff from 100 years ago. The copy of Gryll which Copy-Vegeta defeated was the main body, and should therefore contain the nucleus.
However, the Superhuman Water is no longer in the spot where Copy-Vegeta defeated it. Jaco assumes that it must be after his power, and is lurking around nearby awaiting its chance to absorb him. Indeed, the water is nearby and attacks the group, but it only shows interest in absorbing Goten and Trunks. It completely avoids absorbing Jaco, who is outraged at the perceived insult. As the group dodges the water’s attacks, Trunks notices Vegeta’s ki is even weaker, and rushes off to help him.
Arriving at Vegeta’s side, Trunks is relieved to see he has not vanished yet. However, at that moment the Superhuman Water sneaks up behind him. As the water closes in to absorb him, Vegeta rushes in to shield his son. Meanwhile, all the commotion causes Monaka to finally regain consciousness, and quite by accident he steps on the tail-end of the Superhuman Water, crushing the nucleus. At once, Copy-Vegeta’s body begins to warp and weaken, allowing Goku to quickly finish him off with a Kamehameha. With Vegeta back to normal, Potage seals the Superhuman Water away again and thanks Monaka, Trunks, and Goten for their help.
Back on Earth, Goku is suitably impressed to hear that Monaka defeated the Superhuman Water; he really is strong! Still, Goku claims he was just about to finish Copy-Vegeta off anyway… a boast which irritates the real Vegeta. Even worse, Vegeta is mortified to learn that he had been sucking on a pacifier the whole time (Videl notes that even Pan has now moved past the pacifier stage). While Bulma and Chi-Chi scold their children for sneaking into Monaka’s spaceship, Vegeta says that if he had known that was a pacifier, he would have rather died than suck on it. But Goku says if he had died, the two of them would not be able to fight again. Both vow to win next time they square off.
Meanwhile, in a ruined future Earth, an adult Trunks is seemingly being pursued by… something.
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.