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|Premiered:||01 May 2016 (9:00 – 9:30AM, Sunday, Fuji TV)|
|Ratings Share:||5.1% (8th)|
|Opening Animation:||“Chōzetsu ☆ Dynamic!” (Fifth Animation)|
|Eyecatch:||Part A: Goku / Part B: Goku|
|Ending Animation:||“Forever Dreaming”|
Dragon Ball Super DVD Box #04 (04 October 2016)
Dragon Ball Super Blu-ray Box #04 (04 October 2016)
Goku is confused to see Beerus so shocked at the sudden appearance of the tiny newcomer and his two attendants. All of the gods in attendance are the same way: Champa, the Universe 6 Kaiōshin, the Elder Kaiōshin… all except Shin, who asks his ancestor who this person is (much to his disgust). Beerus explains to Goku that their visitor is in fact the “Omni-King”, the person who stands at the pinnacle of the twelve universes. Whis notes that they should not just stand there looking at the Omni-King, and so Beerus and Champa rush down to formally greet him. Champa is so distracted by this unexpected turn of events that he seems to have completely forgotten about destroying his fighters, much to Cabba’s relief.
After a few formalities, the Omni-King explains that he has come to chastise Beerus and Champa for holding a tournament and neglecting their duties as Gods of Destruction. Whis apologizes on Beerus’s behalf, explaining that Beerus prefers napping and food over acts of destruction, and Vados claims Champa needs to cut back on his work in order to focus on eating a healthy diet. The Omni-King jokes about replacing them both with some new Gods of Destruction, but then admits that despite initially coming to criticize them, he found the tournament so enjoyable that he wants to hold another one… featuring fighters from every universe!
Goku is thrilled at the idea, and tells the Omni-King he will be sure to compete… but Beerus freaks out, saying that Goku cannot talk directly to the Omni-King like that. However, Omni-King does not mind this breach of etiquette, and compliments Goku on a well-fought match. He promises to hold this next tournament “soon”, and Goku reaches out to shake hands with the Omni-King, to Beerus’s horror. They shake hands, and the Omni-King departs, with his two attendants calling out “bye-cha” as they leave.
With the Omni-King gone, Beerus chews Goku out for his rude behavior. If the Omni-King felt like it, he could wipe out all twelve universes in the blink of an eye! Goku’s surprised to hear this, but notes that the Omni-King did not seem like a bad guy, so he probably would not do something like that. Beerus laments that his victory does not mean quite as much anymore. This tournament was really just a warm-up, and the Omni-King’s tournament will be the main event! Still, Champa says a loss is a loss, and he will hand over his six Super Dragon Balls as promised… though he doubts they will be able to find the final one so easily.
Champa thinks the Omni-King will probably be angry if the Universe 6 fighters are not present at his tournament, so he begrudgingly spares them. Cabba happily tells Vegeta that now he can give him a tour of Planet Sadal… repeatedly referring to Vegeta as “master” (in the sense of a martial arts master) despite Vegeta’s protests. Goku approaches Hit, telling him he does not know when this next tournament will be, but if Hit cannot wait until then, he would be happy to give him a rematch three days from now… or even tomorrow, if three days is too long. Hit says “see you later” and takes off. Majin Boo wakes up, saying he slept well, but is sad he was not able to grant Mister Satan’s wish. Satan’s not worried though, since coming to the tournament allowed him to meet Monaka. He offers to let Monaka be the mascot for his gym, but Monaka seems unsure.
Now the matter of the Super Dragon Balls is all that remains to be cleared up. Bulma has Beerus promise not to wish for anything terrible (such as the destruction of the universe). After all, if he did something like that, he’d probably get chewed out by the Omni-King. At first Bulma is at a loss because she cannot seem to locate the signal for the seventh Super Dragon Ball on her radar, but No. 18 points out that there are already seven signals gathered together right there. Monaka suggests they need to look at the map from a three-dimensional perspective.
Whis thinks this is a great suggestion, and has everyone pile into his Cube vessel. They zoom away from the Nameless Planet, which Whis reveals to actually be the seventh and final Super Dragon Ball. Piccolo theorizes that when the Super Dragon Balls scattered after the last time they granted a wish, this Super Dragon Ball must have collided with a small planet and become covered in the debris, making it look like a planet itself. With all seven balls gathered, they must now summon the dragon by saying “come forth dragon of the gods and grant my wish, pretty peas” using the language of the gods.
Beerus translates this phrase into the “language of the gods”, but stumbles over chonmage. What the heck is that? Bulma explains that it is the topknot hairstyle worn by samurai or sumo wrestlers, but Beerus says there is no such word in the divine language. Bulma suggests he therefore leave the word as-is, and Whis speaks the message this way. At first it does not seem to work, but before too long a titanic golden dragon, seemingly as big as a galaxy, appears.
As the ship rocks wildly, Whis assures them they have nothing to worry about. Their ship is swallowed up by the dragon, and the next thing they know they are in a strange space. It turns out they are inside the body of “Super Shenlong”, and Goku wonders if this means they will get pooped out. A smaller version of Super Shenlong appears before them, and Beerus explains that this is the dragon’s core or nucleus. Super Shenlong speaks to them in the language of the gods, asking that they name their wish. Beerus says something in the divine language to Whis, who repeats it to Super Shenlong. Saying that their wish is granted, Super Shenlong vanishes.
Bulma demands to know what Beerus wished for, and he claims it was merely for a comfier bed. Bulma says she could have easily given Beerus that, and calls him an idiot, and Beerus threatens to destroy them all. Elsewhere, Champa and Vados are returning to their own universe, when Vados uses her all-seeing staff to discover that Universe 6’s version of Earth has been restored. It’s inhabited once more, with the same level of civilization as Universe 7’s Earth. Now Champa can get all the tasty Earth food he wants! Champa realizes that this must have been what Beerus wished for… but is annoyed that now he owes Beerus a favor.
Back on Beerus’s planet, Goku still wants to spar with Monaka, and Beerus promises to let him sometime soon, but now it is time to go home. Beerus secretly pays Monaka off with a huge pile of gold, saying he will keep using him to spur Goku on. For now though, Monaka can return to his ordinary job as a delivery man. Goku and the gang fly back to Earth, and Piccolo says this upcoming tournament between all the universes will be amazing. Jaco agrees, saying he will take another holiday to come see it. The narrator wonders what new adventures are in store for them all…
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