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DBS003
"Where Does the Dream Continue?! The Search for Super Saiyan God!"
Kanji 夢の続きはどこだ!?超サイヤ人ゴッドを探せ!
Rōmaji Yume no Tsuzuki wa Dokoda!? Sūpā Saiyajin Goddo wo Sagase!
Episode Info
Previous DBS002
Next DBS004
Arc Hakaishin Beerus Arc
First Broadcast
Japanese July 19, 2015
Character debut(s)
Technique debut(s)
None in this episode
Tool debut(s)
None in this episode

"Where Does the Dream Continue?! The Search for Super Saiyan God!" (夢の続きはどこだ!?超サイヤ人ゴッドを探せ!, Yume no Tsuzuki wa Dokoda!? Sūpā Saiyajin Goddo wo Sagase!; FUNimation "Where Does the Dream Pick Up? Find the Super Saiyan God!"")[1] is the third episode of the Dragon Ball Super anime.

Summary

Fearing what might happen now that the Hakaishin is awake, the Kaiōshin urge North Kaiō to ensure that Son Gokū never finds out about Beerus. However, Gokū overhears the conversation and becomes curious. Back in his temple, Beerus and Whis continue their search for the Super Saiyan God. They soon learn of Son Gokū and his feats and decide to pay him and North Kaiō a visit. Meanwhile, back on Earth, Gokū's friends and family members being gathering on the cruise ship for Bulma's birthday party, except for Vegeta who is still training to overpower Gokū and everyone else in the Universe.

Trivia

  • Whis' comment that the "Super Saiyan God" name is "rather exaggerated" first mentioned in the movie script by way of a comment from the author Akira Toriyama.[2]
  • There are some differences between Dragon Ball Z: God and God and Dragon Ball Super in this episode:
    • In the movie, the bingo tournament held at Bulma’s birthday party was simply titled "Bingo Tournament" (ビンゴ大会). However, it was re-titled as "Super Bingo Tournament" (超ビンゴ大会), maybe an obvious reference to the series’ title.
    • Furthermore, in this episode, even the Oracle Fish had forgotten the term "Super Saiyan God", and Beerus had threatened her by claiming to drop two of her regular three feeding times if she did not remember. This was not present in the movie, and the Oracle Fish remembered the moment Beerus requested the information.
    • Moreover, in the episode, after being told by the Oracle Fish of the Super Saiyan God, Beerus took a hot bath. In the movie, after conversing with the Oracle Fish, Beerus and Whis headed directly to North Kaiō's planet.
    • Additionally, in this episode, Whis informed Beerus of Gokū beating Freeza while the Hakaishin was bathing, and Beerus had intended to head to Kaiō's planet. In the movie, Whis informed Beerus of this after the Hakaishin woke up to eat, and they encountered the Oracle Fish before leaving.
  • North Kaiō mentions that the other Kaiō make fun of him for being dead. This originated in the Anoyoichi Budōkai anime-filler, which Toriyama provided some input and design material into, following the Cell Games in the Dragon Ball Z as West Kaiō (there with Paikuhan) notices North Kaiō’s halo and proceeds to laugh at him for dying.[3]
  • The wedding attire showing in the photo Gohan presents Piccolo doesn't match the one at the end of Dragon Ball Z anime series.[4]
  • The fact Old Kaiōshin mentions that Beerus is the one who had sealed him away in the Z Sword all those years ago was first introduced by author Akira Toriyama in the June 2014 issue of Saikyō Jump.[5]
  • In one scene, while Gohan, Videl, and Chi-Chi are talking with Bulma after arriving at her birthday party, Videl's black leggings is mistakenly disappeared and her bare legs are shown instead. Later scenes, as the group turns to look over at Muten Rōshi and Oolong ogling womens on the beach, her leggings suddenly reappear.

Credits

Role Seiyū
English Japanese Rōmaji English Japanese Rōmaji
Son Gokū
孫悟空
Son Gokū
Masako Nozawa
野沢雅子
Nozawa Masako
Son Gohan
孫悟飯
Son Gohan
Masako Nozawa
野沢雅子
Nozawa Masako
Son Goten
孫悟天
Son Goten
Masako Nozawa
野沢雅子
Nozawa Masako
Kame Sennin
亀仙人
Kamesennin
Masaharu Satō
佐藤正治
Satō Masaharu
Bulma
ブルマ
Buruma
Hiromi Tsuru
鶴 ひろみ
Tsuru Hiromi
Vegeta
ベジータ
Bejīta
Ryō Horikawa
堀川りょう
Horikawa Ryō
Kuririn
クリリン
Kulilin
Mayumi Tanaka
田中真弓
Tanaka Mayumi
Piccolo
ピッコロ
Pikkoro
Toshio Furukawa
古川登志夫
Furukawa Toshio
Yamcha
ヤムチャ
Yamucha
Tōru Furuya
古谷 徹
Furuya Tōru
Tenshinhan
天津飯
Tenshinhan
Hikaru Midorikawa
緑川 光
Midorikawa Hikaru
Trunks
トランクス
Torankusu
Takeshi Kusao
草尾 毅
Kusao Takeshi
Chi-Chi
チチ
Chichi
Naoko Watanabe
渡辺菜生子
Watanabe Naoko
Videl
ビーデル
Bīderu
Yūko Minaguchi
皆口裕子
Minaguchi Yūko
Oolong
ウーロン
Ūron
Naoki Tatsuta
龍田直樹
Tatsuta Naoki
Chaoz
餃子
Chaozu
Hiroko Emori
江森浩子
Emori Hiroko
Marron
マーロン
Marron
Hiroko Ushida
牛田裕子
Ushida Hiroko
Mister Satan
ミスターサタン
Misutā Satan
Unshō Ishizuka
石塚運昇
Ishizuka Unshō
Beerus
ビルス
Birusu
Kōichi Yamadera
山寺宏一
Yamadera Kōichi
Whis
ウイス
Uisu
Masakazu Morita
森田成一
Morita Masakazu
Artificial Human No. 18
人造人間18号
Jinzōningen Jūhachi-Gō
Miki Itō
伊藤美紀
Itō Miki


Kōzō Shioya
塩屋浩三
Shioya Kōzō
Kibito Kaiōshin
キビト界王神
Kibito Kaiōshin
Shin'ichirō Ōta
太田真一郎
Ōta Shin'ichirō
Old Kaiōshin
老界王神
Rō Kaiōshin
Ryōichi Tanaka
田中亮一
Tanaka Ryōichi
Bubbles
バブルス
Baburusu
Takahiro Fujimoto
藤本たかひろ
Fujimoto Takahiro
Oracle Fish
予言魚
Yogen-gyo
Shōko Nakagawa
中川翔子
Nakagawa Shōko
Kaiō
界王
Kaiō
Jōji Yanami
八奈見乗児
Yanami Jōji

References

  1. DRAGON BALL SUPER EPISODES 3, 4 AND 5 TITLES REVEALED
  2. Weekly Shōnen Jump issue 2013 #17 — Super Long Interview!! Please Tell Us, Akira Toriyama-sensei!!
  3. Dragon Ball Z episode 195
  4. Dragon Ball Z episode 289
  5. Saikyō Jump June 2014 Issue — "Twel-Bū Mysteries" (Naho Ooishi x Akira Toriyama Q&A)

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