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|Premiered:||12 June 2016 (9:00 – 9:30AM, Sunday, Fuji TV)|
|Ratings Share:||8.4% (3rd)|
|Opening Animation:||“Chōzetsu ☆ Dynamic!” (Sixth Animation)|
|Eyecatch:||Part A: Trunks & Mai / Part B: Trunks & Mai|
|Ending Animation:||“Forever Dreaming”|
Dragon Ball Super DVD Box #04 (04 October 2016)
Dragon Ball Super Blu-ray Box #04 (04 October 2016)
In the future, an adult Trunks makes his way through a ruined city and arrives in Bulma’s small laboratory. They greet each other as if they have not met in a long time, and Bulma holds up a container of a strange liquid, saying that she has finally gathered enough for a one-way trip. Trunks is shocked it took an entire year to collect only that much, but Bulma reassures him that even with a one-way trip, they should manage something and will just have to chance it.
Trunks wants to set off at once to take the liquid to Capsule Corporation, and Bulma insists on coming with him. She is got to do whatever she can to make sure the liquid remains safe, since so many lives were lost making it; Trunks is everyone’s hope! Besides, she adds, Mai is waiting too! Before they can leave though, the lab is attacked by a black, shadowy figure. All of the equipment is destroyed and Bulma is killed, but Trunks manages to get away safely. He vows to return and save this world, no matter what it takes.
In the present, Goku has called Piccolo over to help him collect the harvest. He tries to pass this off as “training”, saying that Kame-Sen’nin used to have him train by doing chores like this back when he was a kid, but Piccolo is not buying it. Goku wants to have a competition between himself, Piccolo, and Goten on who can harvest the most vegetables, but Chi-Chi insists that Goten go study instead. He has a test this week!
Goku and Piccolo start harvesting, and Piccolo is impressed at the workout it gives him. Kuririn arrives and is surprised to see Goku there. He heard from Bulma that Vegeta had gone off to Beerus’ planet to train, so he assumed Goku would be training there too. Hearing this, Goku senses Vegeta’s ki and teleports off to Beerus’ planet. Chi-Chi makes Kuririn take Goku’s place and finish the rest of the harvesting.
Arriving on Beerus’ planet, Goku is mad at Vegeta for leaving without him, but Vegeta says Goku is just too slow. Beerus asks for a souvenir, and Goku gives him one of the lettuce heads he harvested, which he just so happens to still be carrying. Beerus is impressed by its taste, but wonders if it is really a respectful enough gift to give a god. Back in the future, Trunks arrives at Mai’s place. He explains what happened to Bulma, noting that “Black” can now sense his ki. He holds up the liquid, saying it is the energy they need to head to the past.
In the present, Goku, Beerus, and the others all take a break to eat some instant ramen. This is more the sort of present Beerus had in mind! Goku wonders if he should bring some for the Omni-King next time. Simply hearing Omni-King’s name is enough to freak Beerus out, causing Goku and Vegeta to wonder what the big deal is. Whis explains that Omni-King is the most important person in the entire world; nobody exists above him. Goku asks if he is strong, but Whis says judging people based on their strength is a bad Saiyan habit.
However, Beerus says that while Omni-King does not fight, he is indeed stronger than anyone… to an outrageous degree. Whis adds that Omni-King is capable of instantly wiping out “anything”: evil-doers, planets, galaxies… even entire universes! In fact, there used to be 18 universes, but Omni-King destroyed six of them when slightly offended. That is why everyone was so nervous back at the tournament when Goku was chatting with Omni-King so casually. This information does not disturb Goku too much though, and instead he is far too excited at the thought of the upcoming tournament between all the universes.
In the future, Mai presents Trunks with a can of food. “It’s not dog food! Amazing, right?” A cat (suspiciously similar to Dr. Brief’s pet cat) approaches. Trunks wonders if it will be able to survive on its own once they are gone, but Mai reassures him that cats forget their owner’s faces after three days. Trunks insists that Mai eat the canned food herself, saying that he ate earlier. Mai is worried when she hears that they only have enough energy for a one-way trip, but Trunks says the important thing is that they survive. Besides, his mother hinted that there would be some way for them to return to their own time, although he still does not know what that is. Still, he trusts in his mother. First, they will head to West City 17 years ago, since he has allies there.
Trunks cannot sense Black’s ki, so they head off. Soon though, the same shadowy figure from before approaches. Despite Trunks’ protests, Mai distracts Black so that Trunks can get away, saying that Trunks is the one who absolutely must stay alive. Mai is attacked by Black and sent flying, and Trunks rushes to her side, finding her dead. Trunks faces off against Black, who is revealed to look exactly like Goku, except dressed in black clothes with a red belt and a single green earring. “At long last”, says Black. “Today’s the day you die, Saiyan!”
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