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  • Plans for DepartureEnglishJapaneseJapanese Name謎なぞのユンザビット神かみ様さまの宇う宙ちゅう船せんを探さがせRomaji nameNazo no Yunzabitto! Kami-sama no Uchūsen o SagaseLiteral NameThe Mysterious Yunzabit! The Search for Kami-sama's SpaceshipSeriesSagaNamek SagaEpisode #37Edited counterpart:A New Goal... Namek

  • Kai counterpart:The Ship Resting in Yunzabit! Time to Blast Off for Planet Namek!

  • Chapter counterpartDestination Namek

  • The Mysterious Spaceship

Japanese airdateFebruary 21, 1990English airdateAugust 16, 2005Previous episodePicking Up the PiecesNext episodeNursing Wounds

Dragon Ball Z Episode 37

"Plans for Departure" (謎なぞのユンザビット神かみ様さまの宇う宙ちゅう船せんを探さがせ, Nazo no Yunzabitto! Kami-sama no Uchūsen o Sagase, lit. "The Mysterious Yunzabit! The Search for Kami-sama's Spaceship") is the second episode of the Namek Saga and the thirty-seventh overall episode in the uncut Dragon Ball Z series. This episode first aired in Japan on February 21, 1990. Its original American airdate was August 16, 2005.

In the ruins of East City, a recovery team works late into the night extracting Nappa's attack ball. Elsewhere, Goku and the others are admitted into Wukong Hospital. The blood-curdling screams of Goku having his bandages changed drains the color out of the faces of Gohan and Krillin, who are waiting outside, despite their attempts at ignoring Goku's screams (by attempting to study his homework and striking up a conversation with Master Roshi about dating, respectively). When it comes time for their treatment, they attempt to escape, but are carried back by Chi-Chi and Master Roshi.

Later in their recovery room, Krillin and Gohan are relieved to hear they will be discharged in a matter of days, whereas Goku's injuries will take a matter of months to heal. Korin tells him not to worry, as a fresh crop of Senzu Beans will be ready in around a month. Krillin teases Yajirobe for the way he acted just before Vegeta attacked him, and everyone enjoys a laugh at his expense. Bulma joins them with the news that she has figured out how to use the Saiyan remote control unit. They all tune in to a special television report about the group of scientists examining Nappa's attack ball. Bulma fiddles around with the remote, hoping to activate the pod and startle the research team... only for the pod to promptly self-destruct.

He stops in the middle of nowhere, mentioning his killing of Android 19 and insults Android 20 for not having "any balls" as he will not come out and face him. Android 20 plans to wait him out while Vegeta claims to have gotten some dust in his eye before charging up an attack. Krillin notices him doing this and reacts in horror, knowing of the android's absorbing capabilities. Vegeta fires the blast and it is absorbed by Android 20, who takes the energy, but Vegeta reveals that was his plan and that now he has finally lured him out before Android 20 flees off again.

Kai features remastered high definition picture, sound, and special effects as well as a re-recorded voice track by most of the original cast.[4] As most of the series' sketches and animation cels had been discarded since the final episode of Dragon Ball Z in 1996, new frames were produced by digitally tracing over still frames from existing footage and filling them with softer colors.[5][6] This reduced visible damage to the original animation. To convert the 4:3 animation to 16:9 widescreen, some shots were selectively cropped while others feature new hand drawn portions; an uncropped 4:3 version was made available on home video and international releases for the first 98 episodes. Some countries would also air it in 4:3. Much of the anime-exclusive material that was not featured in the original manga was cut from Kai (ultimately abridging the 291 episodes of Dragon Ball Z down to 167).[6]

The series would return in 2014, running for an additional 61 episodes in Japan, and 69 episodes internationally.[3] The international version of the 2014 series was titled Dragon Ball Z Kai: The Final Chapters by Toei Europe and Funimation,[7] and had initially only been earmarked for broadcast outside of Japan.[8] The home media releases of The Final Chapters contain a Japanese audio track for all episodes, including those that were never broadcast in Japan.[9]

The first Blu-ray and DVD compilation was released in Japan on September 18, 2009.[10][11] Individual volumes and Blu-ray box sets were released monthly.[12] France was the first country to release all 167 episodes on Blu-ray and DVD.[13]

The first few minutes of this Dragon Ball Super episode is interesting because Whis and Vados are repairing the the ring and they are making it bigger than it was before. They want less fights to finish with a cheap ring out.

All in all, episode 37 of Dragon Ball Super was excellent. The animation was consistent throughout and it was nice to see the teacher/student relationship between Vegeta and Cabba. It would be nice if future episodes show Vegeta and the rest of the gang exploring Universe 6. It could lead to a lot of great and new adventures.

Episode 38 will feature the start of Vegeta vs Hit. Champa seems confident that Hit will win. We will have to find out who wins next week. Join us next Sunday as we will review episode 38 in full. This week also featured a new ending theme song so look out for that as well.

Enma Devil makes his appearance, taunting our hero with declarations that this shall be his final resting place. Spider-Man it off and tricks the devil into showing off the gourd carrying the potion. With a Spider-Sting, he yanks it away from Enma. Surprised, Hades begins his assault, but not before the man who fights for a lonely boy poses for the episode. Enma shoots his needles and fires his cannon cane to no avail, as his opponent easily dodges them. Spider-Man tries to escape in the GP-7, but is forced to summon Leopardon instead. 041b061a72

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