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|Premiered:||15 May 2016 (9:00 – 9:30AM, Sunday, Fuji TV)|
|Opening Animation:||“Chōzetsu ☆ Dynamic!” (Fifth Animation)|
|Eyecatch:||Part A: Goku / Part B: Gohan & Mister Satan|
|Ending Animation:||“Forever Dreaming”|
Dragon Ball Super DVD Box #04 (04 October 2016)
Dragon Ball Super Blu-ray Box #04 (04 October 2016)
At the Son household, Goku’s lost his appetite, only eating half as much as usual. Chi-Chi wonders if he has a fever and is possibly dying, but Goku notes that he’s died twice before and this feels different. The next day while out grocery shopping, Goku suddenly loses control while flying and crashes into the ground. Back home, Chi-Chi figures that Goku is too strange for an ordinary doctor to properly diagnose, so he should go to Kaiō’s for advice.
While Goku thinks she’s making a mountain out of a molehill, he tries to teleport over to Kaiō’s planet… only to find himself in Bulma’s house, right as she’s coming out of the shower. Bulma and Vegeta both freak out, but Goku protests he didn’t mean any harm. His next attempt at teleporting brings him to Kuririn’s police station, and he soon finds himself in a wide variety of different locations, including Karin Tower and somewhere near Arale, before finally managing to reach Kaiō’s planet.
Kaiō informs Goku that he is suffering from “Delayed Onset Turbulent Ki Syndrome”, a syndrome which manifests several days after someone has used their ki in a “crazy” way, rendering them unable to control it properly. In Goku’s case, it’s a result of his use of the Kaiō-Ken x10 at the tournament. Kaiō says he also heard how Goku was predicting things a fraction of a second later at the tournament as well, and advises Goku to stop pushing himself so hard like this. Otherwise, he might cause himself irreversible damage, and not be able to fight or grow stronger ever again. He says Goku should simply take it easy until the syndrome goes away, perhaps by taking care of his granddaughter. On his way back home, Goku once again loses control and smashes into his house, wrecking it.
At a fancy restaurant, Gohan and Videl are eating with an older couple, a professor and his wife, as Gohan is aspiring to become the professor’s assistant. Videl gives the professor’s wife an autographed photo of Mr. Satan as a gift, since she is a big fan, while the professor compliments Gohan on the great presentation he gave at the last conference.
Suddenly, Gohan’s phone rings and he steps out to answer it. It turns out to be Goku, who explains that due to their house being wrecked, Chi-Chi, Goten, and himself will be staying at Gohan’s house for a while. Gohan is fine with them staying and says they will be back tomorrow afternoon. Still, he’s amazed that Goku could get sick! Pilaf, Shu, and Mai, who are hiding around the corner, overhear Gohan’s conversation with Goku and are thrilled to hear that Goku’s not in peak condition.
At Gohan’s house, Chi-Chi is happy at the prospect of Gohan becoming the professor’s assistant. He will be the first Universe 7 Saiyan to hold down a proper job! She does not know how long it will take until their home is repaired, but thankfully they had all that money from Mr. Satan. Goku notes that Chi-Chi had claimed before to have already spent all that money, but she explains that if she had not lied about it, Goku would not have worked hard. They have got Goten’s education expenses to think about, after all!
Piccolo says that he has business elsewhere, and gives them detailed instructions on how to take care of Pan, including singing her to sleep. If they absolutely cannot handle things, they can always call him. Piccolo starts to leave, but ultimately returns with even more instructions.
That night, Goku and Piccolo hang out with Pan on the roof of the house, stargazing. Goku complains about how bad it feels to go an entire day without training. Piccolo asks if his condition has improved, but Goku says right now he probably could not even beat Piccolo. He feels just like a grandpa… which he actually is. He apologies to Pan, saying that if he were not sick he could take her up into the sky. Pan keeps calling Goku “daddy”, and he tries to get her to call him “gramps”.
The next day, the Pilaf Gang prepares to attack Goku with the “latest and mightiest” Pilaf Machine, which they spent all their money from their part-time restaurant job on. Despite all the hype, this giant robot is still only strong enough to take Goku on now that he is sick and weak… and even then, Shu and Mai think they probably should not attempt such a thing. Nothing good ever happens when they get mixed up with Goku!
As they are arguing, Pan suddenly wanders up, startling them. Mai wonders how Goku and co. could have taken their eyes off of such a small child… which is precisely what Piccolo is demanding to know, back inside the house. Goku, Piccolo, Goten, and Chi-Chi all split up to look for Pan. Outside, Piccolo’s shouts scare Pilaf and co. so much that they decide to get out of there. Unfortunately, after taking off in the Pilaf Machine, they discover that Mai has unthinkingly brought Pan along with them!
The Pilaf Gang panic over what to do. They consider throwing her out, but cannot bring themselves to go through with it. Suddenly smelling something bad, they realize Pan needs changing. This causes them to panic even more, to the point that the Pilaf Machine goes out of control and flies off into space. As all hope seems lost, suddenly Pan powers up, destroying the Pilaf Machine but managing to fly herself and the Pilaf Gang back to safety. The Pilaf Gang notes that they have now got another powerful enemy to worry about, and decide to call it quits for the day.
Pan returns home, and when Piccolo discovers her sleeping there, he assumes that she was inside all along. Gohan and Videl return home to discover that things are all in order. Pan’s even calling Goku “gramps” now. Kids grow up so fast! Goku wonders if Pan will be flying next, but Piccolo assures him she is far too young. Gohan reveals that he ultimately turned down the job to be the professor’s assistant, saying that it would have kept him away from his family too much.
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.