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.
Narrator: And now we end the story of the Dragonballs with the hope that the Earth will never again see the kind of darkness that brought it close to extinction so many times, but if that day comes, there is one who will step out of the shadows and fight in the name of all that is good and true!
Goku: I'm Goku!
Mr. Popo: He's Goku!
Roshi: Tell Shenron thanks for the dragonballs, Goku, and I hope you're journey brings you back home some-day.
Vegta: You put up a good fight there weirdo. I didn't think I was gonna have a chance to do this thing. (Turns Super Saiyan)
Goku Jr.: Well if that's how you wanna play it. (Turns Super Saiyan)
Vegeta: Hey that's pretty cool there I didn't know we could both become blonde.
last line of DBGT
Goku: 'Til we meet again, guys!
Goku's last words to his family and friends
Goku: Goodbye, everyone!
Chi Chi: Goku, you're crazy! You don't even know where he's taking you!
Piccolo: (to Goku in HFIL) Please tell me you didn't die again!
First and so far the only time that we see the Nimbus Cloud, The Kame House and Master Roshi's Turtle in Dragon Ball GT.
Bluewater Title: Farewell, Goku. Until We Meet Again.
First aired on YTV June 24, 2005.
Krillin is wished back a fourth and final time, however he off-screen dies supposedly of old age during the 100 year duration, giving him a record of the most deaths in DB/Z/GT history:
1, Killed by Tamborine.
2, Killed by Frieza.
3, Killed by Evil Buu.
4, Killed by Android 17.
5, Supposedly Dies eventually of old age.
Shenron grants the last ever wish in the history of the Dragonball trilogy, to restore all those whom died since the enemies from Hell returned.
All of the scenes in the "flashback" sequence have their appropriate lines being spoken by the characters, rather than it being a musical montage. It's really... well, it's bad. It doesn't give any kind of sense of "closure" or "hope," but... whatever.
Throughout most of Dragonball Gt Series Goku has done more killing then in Dragonball Z.
The Flashbacks are: Goku as a Baby meeting his Grandfather, Goku meeting Bulma, the Turtle, Master Roshi, Oolong, Yamcha and Puar, Ox King, ChiChi, Pilaf summoning the Eternal Dragon, Goku turning into Ozaro, Goku meeting Krillin, Launch, Korin, Baba, Yajirobe, Mr. Popo, Kami, 17, 18, 16, Kibito and Supreme Kai, Elder Kai, Goku defeating Piccolo Daimao, Freeza kiiling Krillin, Goku turning Super Saiyan, Gohan defeating Cell, Goku defeating Buu and Baby, Goku meeting Goten and Pan as a child.
The Japanese themesong "Dan Dan Kokoro Hikareteku" is played, in Japanese during the ending flashbacks of Goku first meeting Goten etc. in the Blue Water dub.
Many hardcore Dragonball fans don't even consider GT to be a true continuation at all...it was produced purly for financial purposes and only had character designs produced from the creator of the series...not storylines, hence why it isn't popular or considered "cannon"
This is the final episode of DBGT. With the exception of the DBGT special, Goku Junior's Quest, there's has not been any other series made after this one. the DBGT Special Goku Junior's Quest was made, but it's to tell the story of Goku Junior, whom you see fighting at the end of this episode. In the time line, that special occurs before the World Martial Arts Tournament that Goku Junior is in. Anything else found are just fanfics or photoshop created pictures.