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|Premiered:||15 November 2015 (9:00 – 9:30AM, Sunday, Fuji TV)|
|Ratings Share:||6.6% (7th)|
|Opening Animation:||“Chōzetsu ☆ Dynamic!” (Second 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)
In some gloomy corner of the afterlife, a huge lake conceals beneath it a surprisingly cheerful-looking field of flowers. In this field, faeries and stuffed animals frolic and play instruments. This place is actually Freeza’s personal Hell: he is trapped inside a cocoon that hangs from a nearby tree, forced to observe these cute antics. The faeries try and get him to cheer up, but he simply shouts in anger.
Out in space, Sorbet and his crew are recovering from the damage their ship sustained from their encounter with Champa and Vados. Between this and the various rebellions, their army has already lost 60% of its soldiers. If things continue at this rate, they will not be able to hold together much longer. Sorbet declares that at this point, their only option is to revive Freeza. Tagoma is skeptical that just one person could make any difference, but Sorbet explains that in the old days Freeza’s power was unmatched and feared throughout the entire universe. With him back, Sorbet’s simulation predicts that their army will be able to gain control of 70% of the universe. Although they cannot locate the Namekians, they do know of Earth’s Dragon Balls and that others on Earth besides just Goku’s friend can locate them. In fact, it seems that the Pilaf Gang is looking for them at that very moment. Sorbet selects Tagoma to accompany him to Earth, as taking a larger force runs the risk of being spotted by the Saiyans.
On Beerus’ planet, Goku and Vegeta team up against Whis in a sparring match, but even together the two are still no match for him. Whis says that their speed has improved greatly, but it still is not up to snuff. In fact, he has managed to sign his “autograph” on their clothes without them even realizing it. Whis criticizes Vegeta for being too tense, which prevents him from acting to his full capacity… but conversely, Goku is too relaxed, and often lets his guard down (he sucker-punches Goku to demonstrate).
At Gohan’s house on Earth, Piccolo is baby sitting Pan while Gohan and Videl are out shopping. He begins making funny faces to keep her entertained, and is startled when Gohan and Videl suddenly return home. But then Piccolo senses something… Sorbet and Tagoma have arrived on Earth, and quickly track down the Pilaf Gang just as they locate the final Dragon Ball. Though the group is reluctant to part with their Dragon Balls at first, Sorbet convinces them to cooperate by firing a blast from his ring. With the Pilaf Gang’s cooperation, Sorbet summons Shenlong, and back at Gohan’s house they notice that they sky has suddenly gone dark.
Sorbet wishes for Freeza to be brought back to life but Shenlong explains that Freeza’s body was cut into pieces, and that there would be no point in summoning his soul with his body in such a state. However, Tagoma believes that they can simply use their most advanced medical machines to regenerate Freeza’s body. With the wish made, pieces of Freeza’s cybernetic body reign down from the sky, squirming around on the ground. Shenlong asks what the two remaining wishes are. Sorbet considers reviving Freeza’s father as well, but before he can speak, Shuu steps in and wishes for a million zenny, and Mai wishes for the best ice cream in the world. With these wishes granted as well, Shenlong departs.
Outraged, Sorbet wants to kill the Pilaf Gang, but Tagoma tells him they have to get out of there as fast as possible, before the Saiyans arrive. Sorbet and Tagoma collect the squirming pieces of Freeza’s body and deposit them into a special container. Even the Pilaf Gang helps out by picking up one of Freeza’s eyes. Sorbet and Tagoma leave, but before departing Sorbet promises the Pilaf Gang that they will return soon… with Freeza, and soldiers too! As their ship takes off, a strange frog with antenna hops into view, and seems to recognize the spaceship…
Now left alone, the Pilaf Gang ponder these events. What the heck is a “Freeza”, anyway? They consider using Shuu’s million zenny to build a spaceship and flee the planet, but ultimately just settle on going to get some food. Back at Gohan’s house, Piccolo and Gohan note that the sky has returned to normal and the strange ki has vanished. Though they are not sure what has happened, Piccolo has an uneasy feeling about it all.
Back on Sorbet’s ship, Freeza’s body is being regenerated inside their medical machine, this time in his first form, fully flesh and blood without any cybernetic parts. As before, Tagoma wonders if resurrecting Freeza is really necessary, but Sorbet points out that after the death of Freeza and the rest of the army’s main leaders, people stopped fearing them and began to rebel. Tagoma only saw Freeza once, briefly, and did not find him that impressive. What if he does not live up to the hype? But Sorbet is adamant: though he did not have much interaction with Freeza either, what little he saw was enough to convince him of Freeza’s power.
Shisami is angry at Tagoma’s attitude, but before he and Tagoma can argue more, Freeza completes his regeneration. Emerging from the medical machine, his power causes all of the Scouters on board to break. Over on Beerus’ planet, Goku and Vegeta are sweeping the stairs, when Goku has a nasty feeling… but Vegeta tells him to get back to work. Back on the ship, Freeza slowly gets a handle on the situation: “Can it be that I’ve returned to life?”
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