Episode 27: A Touch-and-Go Situation! Gohan, Protect the Four-Star Ball!

As the episode begins, Vegeta has just defeated Zarbon and now has his sights on Krillin’s DragonBall. Krillin, despite promising the eldest Namek he wouldn’t, just hands over the DragonBall to Vegeta. After, when Bulma asks Krillin why he just did that, he replies…

Meanwhile, Gohan comes across Vegeta while coming back from stealing the DragonBall Vegeta hid in the lake. When Gohan see’s the ball Vegeta has he just thinks the worst…

Vegeta explains that he was so happy that he’s collected all 7 DragonBalls, he let them live…

Vegeta, being the typical bad guy, knees Gohan in the stomach as a message for his dad. The initial hit was flash edited along with 4 seconds of the slow motion reaction shot was cut out.

As Gohan falls to the floor, the TV version is a bit altered. In the Uncut version Vegeta has his foot on top of Gohans head. In the TV version they would loop a shot of Gohan that was taken right before Vegeta’s foot came into the frame. They would go back and forth to this shot, and a close up of Vegeta talking so that all shots of Vegeta’s foot was omitted.

Meanwhile, Krillin is worried about the situation, knowing Vegeta is going to be pissed when he finds out Gohan stole his DragonBall from him.

Elsewhere, Vegeta dives in the lake retrieve the last DragonBall. When he can’t find it, he immediately starts putting everything together…

With that, Vegeta rushes off…

He quickly makes it back to where he met up with Krillin. Finding no one, Vegeta says…

Sometime later, Vegeta waits. He realizes if Krillin and Gohan want to make a wish, they’d need his DragonBalls as well…

Freeza starts blowing off steam by shooting energy balls aimlessly throughout Namek. Vegeta starts to plan his attack against Freeza.

As Krillin and Gohan fly to see the eldest Namekian, they talk about the current situation. Before Krillin starts talking he lets out a…

Soon after, the episode comes to a close.

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