Dragon Ball Z

Season 10 Episode 8

Dende's Dragon

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Aired Weekdays 10:30 PM Nov 22, 2000 on Cartoon Network
8.9
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After returning to the lookout, Dende prepares to remodel the dragon balls, once the new set of magical spheres has been made, Dende reveals that the dragon balls can now grant two wishes instead of one. Goku descends upon the doom awaiting Earth, ready to gather the dragon balls once again.moreless

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  • A perfect example of Dragon Ball Z's excellence in terms of animation, plot, musics,and voice acting. TOEI Animation deserve all plauses

    10
    A perfect example of Dragon Ball Z's excellence in terms of animation, plot, musics,and voice acting. TOEI Animation deserve all plauses for going all guns blazing especially, coating the entire episode with typical DBZ sense of humor that has been missing for some good couple of episodes. As we all know, hopefully, jokes and hefty sense of humors are the underlying core of Dragon Ball universe and Dragon Ball Z stays very true to the good old comedic days of DB. But what makes this episode really entertaining wasn't the humor. It forms just as the background, scoring brownie points with plot taking their seat as the core. This episode is also strikingly different and memorable as its theme as well as the scope was on the Quest of Searching for Dragon Balls and the Preparation of the Z Fighters. DBZ specifically this episode, plays a crucial part with the manga as well as the fillers, courtesy of TOEI Animation infused plot intricately with a balance in every aspect. Now, I really enjoy this episode and I would really recommend to anyone and everyone which strictly speaking, will not reveal the main storyline. Only the highlights. Now, onto the review. The animation quality is solid which is very good. The music is also good which preludes mystery and suspense. The voice acting is as usual, impressive and last but not the least, the plot. Fluidity and plot conveyance is further enchanced by good sense of humor in the Jap Version which was done distinctly. This episode also has almost every DBZ characters with good amount of screen presence, making any old Dragon Ball fan to flashback themselves on the epic origins of each one of them. Honestly speaking, this episode is very good after some good sequences of action packed episodes, lying on the lighter vein. So good that any new DBZ fan can just watch this episode while the die-hard fans should be happy on welcoming future epic events. Perfect! Bravo TOEI Animation!!moreless
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    1.5
    After returning to the lookout, Dende prepares to remodel the dragon balls, once the new set of magical spheres has been made, Dende reveals that the dragon balls can now grant two wishes instead of one. Goku descends upon the doom awaiting Earth, ready to gather the dragon balls once agaideain.



    Okay once again were at the dragon ball hunting part and the stupid ideas they give to try to make it more difficult to get them.moreless
  • Goku going dragon ball hunting...it was exciting like 300 episodes ago when he was still a kid.

    6.5
    Goku visits the planet the Nameks are on and looks for a Namek he could borrow to be their guardian. Everyone agreed Dende would be the best choice for his already established relationship with Goku and Krillin. He brings him to Kami's lookout, and everyone is gathered around, discussing about the dragon balls. After they're created, Goku goes out finding them.



    Oh man, another worthless episode. Maybe episodes from now on should be ten minutes long so they could actually be entertaining now with the reduced filler. I mean, Goku going dragon ball hunting? Damn, that's lame. Goku going guardian hunting was equally lame.moreless
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Additional Voices

Dave Ward

Dave Ward

King Kai (1996-1998)

Tom Kenny

Tom Kenny

Additional Voices (1996)

Kirby Morrow

Kirby Morrow

Goku

Maggie Blue O'Hara

Maggie Blue O'Hara

Bulma

Scott McNeil

Scott McNeil

Piccolo/Nappa/Jeice (1996-1998)

Stephanie Nadolny

Stephanie Nadolny

Young Gohan (1999-2000)/Additional Voices (2001-)

Recurring Role

Laura Bailey

Laura Bailey

Kid Trunks (2001-)

Recurring Role

Dameon Clarke

Dameon Clarke

Cell/Adult Gohan/Killa/South Kai/Bora

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