In this episode, shows the future of the sons of the great saiyans which were Pan and Trunks.
Even in the Uncut Japanese version on the Generations DVD, the ending Japanese credits are censored. They are also not present on Toei's Dragon Boxes, so it is not Funi's fault.
In the "edited" version, they still show Bulma holding a gun in the flashback.
After Nova starts his blast in the fireball with Omega it shows Goku and he says something then it goes back to Nova and Omega, if you look you can see Nova has his arms to his side and has no blast like in the first shot and the ones after this one.
After Omega bursts out of Nova the piece of Nova that was on his left upper terso was too far down and over to cover the 4 start dragonball, but in the next shot it is and thats when he pulls the piece off.
After Goku starts up another Kamehameha and Omega says "Do you ever get tired of using the same old move" and attacks Goku with Vegeta trying to save Goku and they are both ingolfed in smoke and Omega touches down if you look you can see the 2 bottom dragonballs on Omega aren't there and he only has 5 on his chest.
Throughout the Dragonball/Z/GT series we've seen Goku eat great quantities of food without even having to slow down and chew it. Yet in this episode he nearly chokes when swallowing the four star dragon ball to keep it safe. How could something the size of a baseball give him problems when he can easily eat much bigger things?
response: food is usualy soft, and a Dragon Ball is hard
when we see Goku and Vegeta doing the fusion dance that almost works, they are shown to be on the ground, but when Omega Shenron turned around, they were on top of a building! This goof is fixed the next episode recap
When Vegeta got sent back to Earth from other world to fuse with Goku,(with the ear rings) he told Goku he wouldn't because he watched his fight with fat Buu and he didn't turn SS3 at his and Goku's fight.So if Vegeta could have watched Goku's and Buu's fight, he could have also have watched Goku teach the boys the fusion.
In the Buu Saga when Goku mentioned fusion to Vegeta he said that he wouldn't do that dance so he already knew it.
It's possible that in the part of DBZ the skipped year, all sorts of stuff could have happened, Cooler may have came, Vegeta might have learned the fusion dance, many years passed in DBZ.
In this episode Vegeta knows the Fusion Dance, despite never seeing it or being taught it outside of Movie 12, a Movie that is claimed to be outside the DB/Z/GT timeline. If the Movies ARE in the timeline then this makes sense, but there are slipups in other movies, if they're NOT in the timeline, then theres no way Vegeta could have known how to do the Fusion Dance, let alone perfectly.
Vegeta was probably taught the Fusion Dance just like Goku was, even though he was just a spirit.
After Gogetta used the Big Bang Kamehameha, we saw all seven of the Dragon Balls scatter, Purified, but Syn Shenron reformed after the light faded form the blast, so we only should seen six of the dragon balls.
They probably were worried that it's been so long since Vegeta has been an Oozaru (And Old Kai has once said transforming without properly growing a tail would be harder to control)
The group kept saying that Vegeta will lose control of his Ape form, but Vegeta is the only who can CONTROL his Ape form you see this when he transforms in DBZ.
When Vegeta is talking about how Goku and him would die if they attack Omega, his eyes are yellow like Goku and then turns green later.
Because Goku was much stronger as Gohan said: 'He surpassed a Super Saiyan 4?!'
In the previous Episode, Goku jumps out and does a 10x Kamehameha on Ii Shenron and it does nothing. In this ep he does a regular Kamehameha and it really hurts. How come?
When Gohan, Trunks, and Goten all go Super saiyan, all their eyes are green except for Trunks'. His eyes were normal color and they were normal colored throughout the episode.
Syn was shown swallowing the six-star ball twice instead of swallowing the four-star ball.