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|Premiered:||27 November 2016 (9:00 – 9:30AM, Sunday, Fuji TV)|
|Ratings Share:||6.2% (6th)|
|Opening Animation:||“Chōzetsu ☆ Dynamic!” (Seventh Animation)|
|Eyecatch:||Part A: Goku / Part B: Vegeta|
|Ending Animation:||“Chao Fan MUSIC”|
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At Capsule Corporation, Bulma sneaks into her lab and begins secretly working on building another time machine. She knows it is a serious crime, but as a scientist she cannot turn down the challenge. She still has her future self’s notes, so this time she will get it to work for sure! Sadly, the time machine requires a type of blue crystal that is seemingly impossible to obtain in the present.
Meanwhile, Goku promises Kaiō, Bubbles, and Gregory that he will finally bring them back to life. Since they only used one wish the last time Shenlong was summoned, Earth’s Dragon Balls should be usable again already.
As Bulma identifies another blue crystal found at the Earth’s core to use as a substitute for the future one, Goku suddenly teleports into her lab. She freaks out and switches off the lights to keep him from seeing her time machine, but when she learns Goku is just there to borrow the Dragon Radar, she calms down and hands it over.
As Goku flies off to gather the Dragon Balls, Bulma realizes that she can just ask Shenlong for the all-important blue crystal. Elsewhere, No. 18 is out shopping with Marron and Chi-Chi, and wonders if she should get something for Kuririn. At Kame House, Rōshi wants to hang out with hot babes, as usual.
Back at Capsule Corporation, Beerus and Whis show up wanting Bulma to treat them to more tasty food. She decides to feed them quick so that they will leave before Goku returns with the Dragon Balls, allowing her to finish her time machine in peace.
While she takes them out to a crab restaurant, Goku returns to Capsule Corporation with all the Dragon Balls, and summons Shenlong. As they sky goes dark, Bulma, No. 18, and others all realize Shenlong’s been summoned. Bulma makes an excuse and heads back, leaving Beerus and Whis at the restaurant.
Shenlong explains to Goku that since he only granted one wish last time, he will grant two this time around. Before Goku can wish to revive Kaiō and co., No. 18 arrives with Rōshi (riding Baby Gamera) and Oolong (in bat-pig form). No. 18 asks Goku for the remaining wish, but Rōshi and Oolong want it for themselves.
Pilaf and co. are also lurking nearby, scheming to wish for world domination at long last. Before they can act though, Trunks and Goten fly in and knock them out of the way. The two kids are tired of the adults always being the ones to get their wishes granted. It is their turn now! But No. 18 thinks it would teach them a bad lesson; kids should struggle, and not get what they wish for automatically!
Suddenly Gohan flies in (knocking Pilaf out of the way again), with Pan in his arms. Pan’s fever has not gone down since morning, and the medicine from the hospital has not helped. Can he ask Shenong to heal her?
Goku and the others agree at once, and Pan is good as new. Goku starts to use the last wish to revive Kaiō and co., but No. 18 asks why Kaiō cannot just wait until next time. What difference does it make if he is alive or dead? Still, Kaiō insists that it “feels” different.
Bulma drives up in her car (knocking Pilaf aside for a third time), and insists she will be the one to get that last wish. Since No. 18’s wish is a present for Kuririn, Bulma tells her the greatest gift would just be her presence. She and Marron should go home and be with him! No. 18 is convinced, thinking this is the sort of thing Kuririn would say.
Next, Rōshi wants to be with some hot babes, so Bulma calls a carload of them over (at a price of 10 million Zenny). Oolong just wants panties, so Bulma bribes No. 18 to send him flying. Finally, it turns out Trunks and Goten do not actually have a specific wish in mind. They will have to think of something for next time.
That just leaves Goku, who Bulma mistakenly assumed had already got his wish granted. Bulma promises to let Goku have the last wish… if he retrieves the blue crystal she needs from the Earth’s core. Bulma lends him a special suit so that he will survive the trip, and gets Shenlong to wait until he returns by threatening to tell Beerus if he leaves early.
Beerus and Whis finally finish their meal, and meet up with Goku just as he has obtained the crystal. Putting two and two together, they return with Goku to Capsule Corporation and confront Bulma about making another time machine. Beerus smashes the crystal and blows up the time machine in Bulma’s lab (with the notes from Future Bulma burning up to). Bulma promises not to do it again.
Goku tries to finally wish to revive Kaiō and co., but Shenlong is at his limit. Unable to wait anymore, he takes off and the Dragon Balls scatter across the Earth. Goku apologizes to Kaiō and promises to revive him next time, but Kaiō is still angry at him for not wishing sooner.
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