Dragon Ball Episode 147 [NEW]
Goku Hangs OnEnglishJapaneseJapanese Name万ばん事じ休きゅうす!!Romaji nameBanji Kyūsu!!Literal NameNothing More Can Be Done!!SeriesSagaPiccolo Jr. SagaEpisode #147Chapter counterpartPiccolo Destroys Everything!
The 10 Count
The Last Gasp!
Japanese airdateMarch 1, 1989English airdateNovember 18, 2003Previous episodeGoku's TrapNext episodeThe Victor
Dragon Ball Episode 147
"Goku Hangs On" (万ばん事じ休きゅうす!!, Banji Kyūsu!!, lit. "Nothing More Can Be Done!!") is the twenty-fifth episode of the Piccolo Jr. Saga and the one hundred forty-seventh episode in the Dragon Ball series. This episode first aired in Japan on March 1, 1989. Its original American airdate was November 18, 2003.
While Captain Ginyu certainly made himself seem like a complete goofball, he was obviously no slouch in battle. However, his power couldn't match up to Goku, prompting the leader of the Ginyu Force to switch bodies in one of the weirdest yet most iconic moments in the entire series.
Between Gohan refusing to fight, Cell creating his Cell Juniors, 16 dying, Gohan transforming, and Goku sacrificing his life, a lot happens after Gohan steps up during the Cell Games. 11 episodes might be pushing it (and there are certainly some sections of the fight that could be trimmed), but the sheer emotion at play during this part of the franchise is hard to ignore.
Much like some of the humor, the animation in the original run of Dragon Ball is starting to show its age a little, though this is perhaps to be expected given that it's now more than three decades old. The stories explored during the series' 153 episodes remain thoroughly enjoyable, however, as too do the characters who feature in them.
When combined with his childlike innocence, Goku's immense power makes him an incredibly intriguing protagonist, while characters like Master Roshi and Krillin provide viewers with both humor and wisdom in equal measures. Dragon Ball is also a little more grounded than its many sequel series, with much more of an emphasis placed on martial arts than on ki blasts and energy balls.
With iconic Dragon Ball villains including Frieza, Cell and Vegeta all making their debuts across Z's 291 episodes, most consider the series to be the very pinnacle of the Dragon Ball franchise. In retrospect, it did have a few issues when it came to pacing, though some will argue that this only helped to elevate the suspense. For those with less patience for padding, however, there is thankfully a viable alternative.
Interestingly, despite serving as an abridged retelling of Dragon Ball Z, Dragon Ball Z Kai actually boasts three more chapters. This is because the series isn't separated into arcs like the ones which came before it, with each of the seven sagas effectively serving as one big continuous arc. The total episode count is a lot lower though, with only small amounts of filler surviving to help push certain episodes past the 20-minute mark.
"Legend of the Dragons", known as "Nameless Dragon, Timaeus" in the Japanese version, is the one-hundred and forty-seventh episode of the Yu-Gi-Oh! anime. It first aired in Japan on March 4, 2003 and in the United States on March 4, 2003.
As the plane of the Three Swordsmen comes close to the island which was seen at the end of the previous episode, the cargo bay door opens and they all jump off aboard their bikes to race up the stairs. The plane flies away even though there's no-one in board.[Notes 1]
Upon entering the castle, they spot 3 gigantic dragons sealed in ice and each having a sword stabbed somewhere in their bodies. Dark Magician Girl appears and tells them of the 'Dark Sun' which is assimilating Duel Monsters. Only she and another few are left. She begs upon both Yugis to save both worlds, and tells them to unseal one of the "Nameless Dragons". Both do so, and they somehow realize the name of this dragon: Timaeus.
To simplify things, Dragon Ball Z has been incorporated into this viewing order and not Dragon Ball Z Kai. You can still complete this viewing with Kai instead, but the specific episode numbers will be different than those listed below. 041b061a72