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|Premiered:||08 November 2015 (9:00 – 9:30AM, Sunday, Fuji TV)|
|Ratings Share:||5.8% (8th)|
|Opening Animation:||“Chōzetsu ☆ Dynamic!” (First Animation)|
|Eyecatch:||Part A: Goku / Part B: Vegeta|
|Ending Animation:||“Starring Star”|
Dragon Ball Super DVD Box #02 (02 March 2016)
Dragon Ball Super Blu-ray Box #02 (02 March 2016)
Whis and Goku arrive on Beerus’ planet, where Goku is reunited with Vegeta. Goku is impressed with how much stronger Vegeta has grown since he last saw him, saying Vegeta might even be stronger than him now (though he does tease Vegeta about the pink apron he’s wearing). While Whis and the Oracle Fish go off to eat some sweets from Bulma, Vegeta takes Goku (now sporting a blue apron) to Beerus’ bedroom. Their first task: change Beerus’ blankets and sheets without waking him up. This is harder than it looks, because Beerus constantly attacks them in his sleep. At one point Vegeta is knocked into one of the floating alarm clock bombs that fill Beerus’ room, and Goku teleports it over to Whis outside in order to prevent the explosion from waking Beerus. Finally, after much difficulty the two finish the job. Goku asks if Vegeta does hard training like this every day, but Vegeta says that is not training at all, it is just ordinary household chores! The real training is still to come. First though, the two must complete the rest of the chores, which Whis requires them to perform in exchange for his training. After cleaning the Oracle Fish’s numerous bowls, they cut the grass (which Vegeta says will have already grown back by the next day). With that done, training can finally begin!
First, Whis presents Goku with a new martial arts uniform, to go along with the redesigned armor Vegeta received from Bulma. Their first training is to lift up heavy weights. When Goku struggles to lift his, Vegeta arrogantly offers to show him how it is done… but he cannot lift his weight either. It turns out Whis has made Vegeta’s weight for today twice as heavy as before. Struggling mightily, Goku and Vegeta finally lift up both their weights, at which point Whis orders them to run around the entire planet. To make matters worse, the road they are on disappears bit by bit, so if they are not fast enough they will fall off and become trapped in an inescapable alternate dimension. While Whis begins to wonder if maybe the pace is a little too fast, the Oracle Fish comes out to say Beerus seems to be waking up. Whis teleports everyone back into Beerus’ room, where the groggy Beerus shoots an energy blast from his mouth, nailing Goku and Vegeta head-on, then goes right back to sleep. Thankfully the two are still alive, and Whis declares training finished for the day.
That night, Goku and Vegeta discuss their training: Vegeta says Goku can always head back home if it is too difficult for him, but Goku will not have any of that. After Goku nods off, Vegeta goes off and does extra training on his own, determined not to fall behind Goku. Elsewhere, the Oracle Fish asks Whis if maybe his training is too rough. He is terribly concerned about Goku and Vegeta’s well-being: after all, he has been getting more snacks since they started doing the chores around the place. At the very least, would it not be safer to have them train as Super Saiyans? Whis explains that training in their regular state will yield better results in the long-term, and that most likely the two of them have realized that on their own. After all, Whis never told them they could not become Super Saiyans, yet they have not anyway.
The next morning, Whis says he is changing the training program up a bit. Today he will fight Goku and Vegeta… at the same time! The two go at him together, but cannot lay a finger on him. Whis stops them and explains that their speed simply is not up to snuff. They are thinking first before acting, which slows them down. After all, it takes time for messages to be relayed from their senses to their brain, slowing down their reaction speed. Instead, they need to make each part of their body capable of reacting all on its own, something even Beerus has not perfected yet. While Whis claims to have mastered this technique, Goku points out that he has unwittingly stepped in some poop, causing Whis to freak out. Whis sheepishly explains that even if each part of his body can react on its own, his shoes cannot…
Out in space, a familiar-looking spaceship is traveling along. Inside are the remains of Freeza’s army: Sorbet, Tagoma, Shisami, and various officers and random goons. An officer reports to Sorbet about a rebellion by the inhabitants of Planet 448. Since most of their soldiers are off fighting on other planets, they have very few troops available to send as reinforcements. Sorbet angrily orders them to cut their losses and withdraw from Planet 448… moments before something shoots past their ship. Floating in space above a planet, Champa orders Vados to destroy it, making her complain that Champa ought to do it himself. Still, she follows orders, although after it is destroyed the two say that this planet was “the wrong one”, and they take off for the “next” one…
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