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Dragonball Z - I See Dead People
A few episodes before Goku arrives on planet Namek, Krillin and Gohan are fighting Guldo the 4 eyed ginyu force guy. Krillin almost gets impaled but Vegeta saves them by killing Guldo and then vaporizing him with a blast. however a few episodes later when Dendai is flying towards Krillin and the rest. he stops and lands where the battle took place and you see Guldo still whole. a few episodes later you see his body and Recoome's body which Vegeta also vaporized.
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Bladestorm writes:
This one's true, but there's actually a reason. Dragonball Z was heavily censored when it was brought to north america; especially in the season in which guldo was killed. In the original version, Vegeta didn't vaporize him, he decapitated him! And then guldo's head complained about how he was beaten by a saiyan. The censors must have thought that the scene was either too violent... or just too freaky for children, so they edited the scene. However, after that season, production of the north american version switched to a texas company which didn't edit the show nearly as much; so, they didn't bother covering up the bodies.
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Trivimaster writes:
Ooh! Ooh! They just started the show here in Holland! I love it! But I hate it that they censor so much, like when Vegeta (or was it Nappa?) blows up the news-helicopter in one of the first episodes. In the Japanese version the pilots obviously die, but in the American version Tien says: "I can see their parachutes." And I hate it that they say "Sending someone to the other dimension" instead of "killing someone". But besides those things the show is great! P.S. One question for the DBZ-veterans: Will Picollo/Piccollo/Piccolo come back to life again? I just saw the episode where he dies. I always hate it when my favorite tv-show character has to die. *sniff*
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Gokuu writes:
Yes, you also see Krillin in the Background AFTER being killed by Furiza when Gokuu is transforming to Super Saiya-Jin
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strawbabies writes:
I've been watching the episodes when we first meet Nappa and Vegeta and they say that when Nappa vapourises the city that 'the city had been evacuated. First of all, people are all around when they land, and why would they evacuate the city when they didn't really know how big they threat was? Really, it doesn't make sense and I bet they just put that in to cover up the fact that thousands of people must have been killed.
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HowitZer writes:
Piccolo also dies in db gt. The earth is about to blow up and he decides to stay on it because he has grown to love it so much. That is by far the saddest part in db because it shows gohan crying his eyes out, and also there is no way to bring him back.
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Piccolo writes:
Trivimaster sez: P.S. One question for the DBZ-veterans: Will Picollo/Piccollo/Piccolo come back to life again? I just saw the episode where he dies. I always hate it when my favorite tv-show character has to die. *sniff* -------------------------- Yeah, I know what you mean. The scene where Piccolo sacrificed himself for Gohan was one of the most dramatic scenes in all of Dragonball Z.
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Marai no Cell writes:
Bladestorm's right about Gurd's(Guldo for dubbies)true death.He was never vaporized,just decapitated.And the reason that Reacoome's body was still there was that he wasn't vaporized.The only explanation I can give is that Vegita knew Reacoome was already beaten and that he needed as much ki left as possible to fight Freeza,so he held back enough so that the beam would only kill him and not completely vaporize him.
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dark gohan writes:
in dbgt, piccolo doesn't stay on earth because he loves it so much, he stays because before he seperated from kami years ago, they made the blackstar dragonballs and so because they fused together again (in the cell saga) and they did not have enough time to collect the blackstar dragonballs piccolo desides that if he dies then the blackstar balls will disapear with him thus saving the earth.
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zach coffey writes:
its better now that they are showing not completly by somewhat uncut on cartoon network
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Namekian writes:
I am too a Dutch DBZ fan and I like the cartoon very much. By the way, when Dende flies over the defeated Ginyu force you can see that Burter is among the dead people too.
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Drizzt Do'urden writes:
If you think about it, this is a Japanese show. When vagita killed the 4-eyed ginyu force guy, he was supposed to slice his head off. But when it was sent to America they censored it.
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Namekian writes:
I agree. p.s. Piccolo is the best character in the DBZ series. He absolutely ROCKS!
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Notum writes:
Boy, I hope you don't want to watch the Buu saga in a few years...I don't mean to spoil anything, but Piccolo gets it there, too.
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Spike writes:
yeah, they do bring back Piccolo in season 2.
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