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|Premiered:||28 August 2016 (9:00 – 9:30AM, Sunday, Fuji TV)|
|Ratings Share:||5.7% (7th)|
|Opening Animation:||“Chōzetsu ☆ Dynamic!” (Sixth Animation)|
|Eyecatch:||Part A: Trunks & Mai / Part B: Black & Trunks|
|Ending Animation:||“Easy-Going Dance”|
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No sooner have Trunks, Goku, and Vegeta arrived in the future than they are attacked by resistance fighters mistaking Goku for Black. Trunks explains their error, and the resistance members recognize him as the one who landed a blow on Black during the battle of Mango Hill. They apologize, and both want his autograph. Trunks explains that he has brought Goku and Vegeta from the past to help them defeat Black.
The resistance members had heard of this plan, but they did not expect one of the helpers to look just like Black. Trunks is surprised to hear this, because only he, Bulma, and Mai were supposed to know about the time machine plan. He asks how they knew, and they explain that they heard it from Mai. She survived after all!
At the resistance base, Trunks and Mai reunite. Both had worried about the other, thinking they were dead. Mai explains that when she regained consciousness, she met up with the resistance at their old base, but it was attacked by Black, forcing them to flee to this new one. The people here are the only survivors, and Mai feels guilty about not having been able to save everyone. But Vegeta says she did all she could and there is no shame in that. Trunks cheers up some kids (scared by Goku’s face), telling Mai these kids would not be here if not for her.
Vegeta asks the survivors to clear some space, and tosses out a capsule loaded with food, courtesy of Bulma. There’s plenty more in the two remaining capsules. Goku spots someone familiar-looking in the corner: Yajirobe! Trunks thought the artificial humans had killed him, but Yajiirobe explains that he was saved from the brink of death by Karin, who gave him the last Senzu. It was Karin’s sacrifice that gave him the will to fight! Except another resistance fighter claims Yajirobe always hides during fights and is only around at meal time. Yajirobe denies the allegation.
While everyone is in high spirits, they still have Black to deal with. Vegeta says he will defeat Black alone; this time it is his turn! Goku insists they decide via rock-paper-scissors, but Vegeta still wins. Trunks wants to fight too: this is his world after all! But Vegeta says he must stay alive, for Mai’s sake. If things look dangerous, Trunks and Mai should escape to the past. The two of them are embarrassed, saying they do not have that kind of relationship… The three Saiyans take off, with Mai cheering them on.
Elsewhere above the ruined city, Black is admiring the mortal-free view. Some would find it sad, but it is beautiful in his eyes. Utopia is just a step away! However, he is soon surprised to see Trunks and co. arrive, since he thought he had destroyed the time machine. Vegeta goes Super Saiyan Blue right away, but Trunks notices this does not elicit much reaction from Black… as if he had seen it before.
Still, Black has some praise for the form: the warrior race garbed in godly ki… magnificent! And yet, ultimately still just a mortal. He gets in close to Vegeta and lands a blow before Vegeta even knows what hit him. Vegeta realizes Black has powered up since he fought Goku… but that is meaningless in the face of Super Saiyan Blue!
While Vegeta pummels Black, Goku has mixed feelings seeing someone who looks just like him get beat up: now he knows how Vegeta must have felt on Planet Potaufeu. However, Trunks is more concerned with why Black would call Vegeta “just a mortal”. Is he the god Zamasu after all? Even Vegeta senses something unusual about Black.
Black is impressed that a mortal like Vegeta could come this far. He will show him something, as a reward… and powers up into a pink-haired Super Saiyan. Black says he will give this form a name in line with the sort of ones Goku and co. use, and thus dubs it “Super Saiyan Rosé”. He says at long last he has made Goku’s power fully his own. For him, Goku is a beautiful peak to aspire toward… but Goku has no clue what he is talking about.
Black dismisses Goku as a typical mortal. He just cannot understand! Vegeta tires of this talk and reminds Black who he is supposed to be fighting. Black calls Vegeta the “opening act” and says he should realize that his turn is over. With that, he forms a blade of ki around his hand and stabs Vegeta through the chest. He now corrects himself: Vegeta is not the opening act… he is the opening course, a tasty appetizer. Thanks to Vegeta, he has now grown even stronger, and it is time to aspire toward even greater heights with the main dish!
Goku leaves Trunks to take care of Vegeta, and goes straight to Super Saiyan Blue, while Trunks marvels at the fact that Goku is starting at full power for once. Black reminds Goku that last time he had said that pain would make him stronger. This is the result: he has reached a place mere mortals could never attain. Would Goku like to taste such power? The two start fighting, and while Trunks sees them as equal, Vegeta disagrees. Goku is on the ropes, and as Black prepares to fire a Kamehameha… someone calls out form above, telling him to stop.
It’s Zamasu! He descends from the heavens, warning Black that he will not tolerate any more selfish behavior out of him. After all, Black promised to let Zamasu be the one to finish off Goku…
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