Episode 207 "Vegeta
Today begins with the almighty Vegeta telling Pui Pui that
he is no match for him. Pui Pui doesn't believe him, and begins
the fight with a flying kick. Vegeta easily blocks it, and
Pui Pui starts to throw punches, but not one of them hits.
The Supreme Kai is blown back at Vegeta's "amazing"
power, but in actuality, Vegeta is barely trying. The Kai
just isn't aware of the Z-fighter's power. Vegeta easily begins
to defeat him. Babidi gets very angry about the fight and
asks Dabura where Pui Pui would fight the best. Dabura tells
him that he would fight best on his home planet.
Babidi then changes the level into the planet. Pui Pui tells
Vegeta that he has no chance of winning against him here because
the gravity is ten times that of the Earth's. However, Pui
Pui wasn't aware of Vegeta's ability. He has trained in gravity
chambers of up to 500 times greater than earth's gravity.
Even though Pui Pui thinks he's bluffing, Vegeta makes it
clear that he has the advantage, but he wants Pui Pui to try
his luck. The fight goes on but not for long. Vegeta hits
him around a bit and then blows him away with his hands right
on his torso. This amazes Babidi, Dabura, and most of all,
the Supreme Kai.
The room returns to normal, and the floor opens up to the
next level. Babidi is furious, but Dabura assures him that
they won't progress any further with him here.
Back at the tournament, everyone is antsy and growing more
impatient from the delays. Trunks and Goten dressed up as
Mighty Mask, walk around the place when Goten asks Trunks
if he can take a break. They look for a room to undress and
they jump in. They actually enter a waiting room with food.
""Juice, juice, I'm gonna have some juice...hahahahahahahahahahahhahaha!"-Goten
The announcer sees them enter the room, and he follows. A
series of unimportant events ensue, but Trunks and Goten eventually
avoid being caught using their wits and humor. The announcer
allows them to stay in the room for a little bit, and he leaves.
Back to Babidi's ship, Goku, Gohan, Vegeta, and the Supreme
Kai are waiting for the next challenger. Babidi, extremely
angry, asks two of his men to go get Yakon, the next chosen
challenger for Goku. The men end up getting eaten by Yakon,
and Babidi tells him to report to Stage 2. Dabura doesn't
think that Yakon's immense power is needed to destroy the
three warriors, but Babidi insists that this way, victory
is a certainty. Goku, growing impatient, says that he wants
to fight. Vegeta tells the Supreme Kai that Majin Buu and
Dabura don't seem like much opposition and that they're not
worth his time. The Supreme Kai, again, is very alarmed at
his statements. The Kai asks Goku if he thinks the same, and
Goku agrees with Vegeta. The Kai begins to get confused and
angry with them. He says that the degree to which they underestimate
Majin Buu and Babidi is enormous.
As this takes place, Yakon, Goku's next opponent enters.
Today's color scheme was quite wonderful to look at. The
detailing done to recreate Pui Pui's planet, and Yakon's body
must have been a grueling task. The entire show was filled
with great moments like Vegeta's demolishing of the tiny Pui
However, these last couple of episodes have showed something
that was a little annoying.
They keep on switching back and forth from Babidi's ship
and the World Martial Arts Tournament. I suppose that the
editors chose this option over creating an entire episode
at the tournament placed in between two of the major shows.
In this aspect, maybe I should just be happy with what was
Nothing much to comment here as usual. The tunes played
during Pui Pui's fight were quite enjoyable but overall, but
I can't really comment on the episode as a whole. I don't
know what it is, but they really aren't that great anymore.
(except the original songs)
This was great today. The concept of Babidi getting worried
about losing is just too cool for words. He needed to look
up to Dabura for a bit of reassurance. The conversations were
quite entertaining too.
When we were introduced to the Supreme Kai, he seemed like
a rock-solid person. It didn't seem as though he was one to
worry or question things, although, that's exactly what we're
seeing a lot of lately. He constantly feels the need to remind
Goku, Gohan, and Vegeta of Buu's enormous power because of
His monologue was also quite fascinating. He wondered inside
his head if the saiyans were as strong as they said they were.
I can clearly compare this to yesterday's episode when he
asked Goku if he agreed with Vegeta's views about Babidi and
The story was breathtaking today as we saw Vegeta with his
deadly, petrifying glance and the gigantic Yakon. There were
some really memorable moments that make this episode stand
out from the rest.
The Z-fighters are beginning to make their descent down towards
Buu, and the way down seems to be very exciting. There weren't
any plot holes or things like that, that can ruin an episode,
but there was an added plus that I noticed.
They showed Piccolo and Krillin in stone again. Don't forget
about them just yet because one of them will become very important
in a little bit. Just wait.
The Existence's Bottom Line: Not anything to cheer about,
but well worth your time. Nothing truly amazing happened except
for the fight done with and the one to come.
The Existence gives today's episode:
4 Dragonballs out of 7...