Dragon Ball Z Episode 74
Captain Ginyu... The FrogEnglishJapaneseJapanese Name大だい誤ご算さん ギニューがカエルになっちゃったRomaji nameDai-Gosan!! Ginyū ga Kaeru ni NatchattaLiteral NameA Huge Miscalculation!! Ginyu Has Turned into a FrogSeriesSagaCaptain Ginyu SagaEpisode #74Kai counterpart:Goku's Comeback! Call Forth Porunga!
Chapter counterpartThe Final Switch
Japanese airdateJanuary 23, 1991English airdateSeptember 20, 1999Previous episodeGohan, Defeat Your Dad!!Next episodePassword is Porunga
Dragon Ball Z Episode 74
"Captain Ginyu... The Frog" (大だい誤ご算さん ギニューがカエルになっちゃった, Dai-Gosan!! Ginyū ga Kaeru ni Natchatta, lit. "A Huge Miscalculation!! Ginyu Has Turned into a Frog") is the seventh episode of the Captain Ginyu Saga and the seventy-fourth overall episode in the uncut Dragon Ball Z series. This episode first aired in Japan on January 23, 1991. Its original American airdate was September 20, 1999.
Knowing that Frieza may be approaching them, Vegeta takes Goku, Gohan and Krillin inside Frieza's spaceship, where they place Goku inside a Medical Machine to heal. Vegeta reveals that this one is an older model, since he broke the newer one not so long ago, but it will work for Goku just as fine. Vegeta also supplies Gohan and Krillin with Battle Armor, which they notice to be very stretchy and extremely durable and they also slip on like a glove. Vegeta explains that the armor is expandable to the point that it can fit into almost any size, and it is same kind he wore when they fought him on Earth, which is why his clothes stayed intact while in ape form. Krillin expresses his wonder and asks aloud why his enemies always have the nice things. As he is testing out his new suit, Krillin wonders what is wrong with Vegeta, who appears to be in very poor shape. Vegeta denies this. As Goku heals, Krillin decides to pay a visit to Guru to get the Namekian Password so that they can summon the dragon and revive their friends in case Frieza arrives before Goku heals.
Captain Ginyu... the Frog is the seventh episode of the Captain Ginyu Saga and the seventy-fourth overall episode in the uncut version Dragon Ball Z series. The original Japanese title is "Dai Gosan!! Ginyu ga Kaeru ni Natchatta" (大誤算!! ギニューがカエルになっちゃった). The episode first aired on January 23, 1991. Its original American air date was September 20, 1999.
This week's episode kicks off with a bang, and Dragon Ball Super is not afraid to play up Gohan's reaction to it. Episode 74 starts off where last week's ended as Jaco accuses Gohan of being possessed by an alien criminal known as Watagash. You know, the same one that Jaco managed to lose track of over a bowl of ramen. Gohan, and his new friend Cocoa, barely managed to avoid the Jaco and his powerful energy blast while citizens below believe the stunt is part of Great Saiyaman's upcoming movie.
As the episode closes, the Great Saiyaman movie has ended, and Barry looks properly reprimanded for his actions. The movie appears to be a hit, but Cocoa warns the bothersome actor that she will tell the press he was the beast that ravaged the city should he dare out Gohan as a hero.
(Toei Animation) "Dragon Ball Super" to feature old characters make a comebackFebruary will be very exciting for "Dragon Ball Super" fans as new story arcs are expected in the Dragon Ball universe. Some old characters are expected to reappear in coming episodes that will also reveal Goku's participation in the Tournament of Power in the future.
Episode 74 of the animated series, titled "For the Sake of Those He Loves! The Indomitable Great Saiyaman," will show Gohan becoming part of a movie where he plays a stunt double. In the same episode, Watagashi will arrive in order to cause destruction upon mankind after escaping from Jaco.
The yet-to-be-titled episode 75, on the other hand, will follow Gohan as he is summoned by Chichi to accompany his father after getting bored from training alone. Sources mention that Gohan will wear the Saiyaman costume when he joins his father during the training. Fans of the animated series take this as a sign that Gohan is indeed returning to the series as the great one since he was last seen in the Cell Saga. Episode 75 will air on Jan. 29.
Meanwhile, episode 77 will follow on Feb. 5, which will show Goku going to the house of Bulma with Whis. He will then notice the growing belly of Bulma and will confirm that she is indeed pregnant with their second child. The revelation of Bulma's pregnancy is said to make Vegeta panic. This second child, according to several reports, will be Bulla. A hybrid Saiyan who will look exactly like her mother. She was first introduced in "Dragon Ball Z" and later reappeared in "Dragon Ball GT."
I think there should be a paragraph in the non-canon anime section covering the various crossover episodes with Dragon Ball and Toriko (e.g. Episode 590). Unless, of course, these are canon ;-) 2myname1 (talk) 02:34, July 31, 2017 (UTC)
Anyway, I did want to bring up one thing that I hope and pray will spark some discussion in the forums. What role, if any, do fansubs play in the recent slipping TV ratings for big adult-aimed shows such as Fullmetal Alchemist and Inuyasha? I've heard this theory a couple of times in various tinfoil hat-style conspiracy ideas as to why these shows have lost a significant portion of their 18-34 audience over the past year or so. However, bittorrent downloads for episodes of big anime are in the same league as folks downloading bittorrent episodes of prime-time TV shows like Desperate Housewives, House, and others. The difference being, those prime-time network shows have a stable, built in audience in the millions. Do all those tens of thousands of fansub downloaders really have a negative impact upon the TV airings of their respective shows?
Here's a scenario: Bleach is set to premiere this September on Adult Swim. Much like Naruto's premiere the year prior, I can foresee plenty of the former fansub viewers checking out the premiere episode out of curiosity, in order to see how the dub voices stand up as well as any potential edits or whatever. But, Naruto was meant for an audience far younger than Bleach, an audience generally unfamiliar with fansubs and bittorrent and whathaveyou. Once that curiosity subsides, will the hardcore, fansub-watching Bleach aficionados abandon the TV dub? Let's get some discussion going.
There's nothing interestingly kooky or outstanding on this week, so I'll go with the old standby: a new Naruto episode. Watch and listen with rapt attention as Ino, Shikamaru, and Chouji come to Sakura's aid against the seemingly unstoppable Sound Ninjas, who seem to have no qualms with sacrificing their own teammate to assure victory. Can the ragtag group of rookies manage to overcome the bloodthirsty trio? Let's get some discussion going.
More cards, more puns, more crummy dialogue, and more product placement than any one person could possibly hope for. I couldn't find a plot synopsis for this episode, unfortunately, but using my highly advanced deductive prowess I can imagine that there's maybe a card battle or two involved, and characters spend a lot of time agonizing over every move via internal monologue.
Kim Possible's new adventure leads her into battle with Falsetto Jones, Gemini, Duff Killigan, Shego, and Dr. Drakken in four intense episodes. In each new episode, Kim gains gadgets and acrobatic abilities that allow her to bounce up walls, judo-flip henchmen, reflect laser beams, and spray hot sauce to melt icy obstructions. If all else fails, you can engage her stealth suit and make her invisible to enemy eyes. Once Kim acquires new gadgets and abilities, you can then replay earlier levels to access areas that were previously unreachable.
Magic fireflies are the source of fiery dragon breath, and someone has stolen them all! Spyro and his friends must capture all the fireflies and stop Ripto from activating a sleeping volcano and destroying the Dragon Realms!
Just when the Z Fighters thought the struggle against evil was over, a new evil approaches. In the next episode in the Z Fighters' quest to rid the universe of evil, you'll take on the role of Trunks, Goku, Gohan, Piccolo, or Vegeta as they journey through the Cell Saga and prepare to battle with the mighty Cell himself. With five playable characters, hours of gameplay, and massive game maps to explore, it's a DBZ adventure of epic proportions.
Hold Spyro in the palm of your hand! A careless wizard has cursed himself with a big headache and itsthe wings of 100 fairies he nees for the cure. Now it is up to Spyro to save the fairies and restore order to the dragon realms!
Based on the third episode of the Star Wars trilogy, Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith promises an authentic Jedi experience. The third-person action game follows Anakin Skywalker and Obi-Wan Kenobi as they fight enemies, learn new skills, and pull off combo moves. In multiplayer duels, you can fight against Darth Vader and other challenging enemies.
The sequel to The Legend of Zelda combines side-scrolling action with role-playing game elements. In Zelda II: The Adventure of Link, you'll embark on a quest to find the Triforce of Courage, awaken Princess Zelda from an evil wizard's spell, and save Hyrule from ruin. As Link, you can learn magic spells and collect items to increase your power. Zelda II features magic that lets you fly, throw fireballs, jump higher, and more.
Not only does All-Star Baseball 2004 simulate professional baseball, but it also gives you a look into baseball's history and homes. Now, in addition to today's baseball stars, you can play history's greatest players, from the MLB to the Negro Leagues. Take a panoramic tour of each stadium while learning about interesting facts and features. If you're new to the game, all-star Derek Jeter will guide and instruct you in the new Rookie mode tutorial. 041b061a72