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|Arc||Uranai Baba Arc|
|Japanese||January 20, 1987|
As Gokū writhes in pain from Gohan tearing his tail off, Kame-Sennin comments on the fact that the young boy's weak spot is gone while the rest of the Dragon Team is stunned at the sight of Gokū's dead grandfather. An angry Gokū prepares to attack Gohan, unbeknownst to the young boy that he is the masked man, leading Gokū's grandfather to give in.
As Gokū attains the victory, Gohan commends his grandson for his greatly improved strength, and comments on how Gokū had neglected to address his weakness. This leads Gokū to realize that he fought his own grandfather, who takes off his mask. After Gokū tearfully and happily embraces his grandfather, he asks if Kame-Sennin had been training him, which Gokū confirms, leading his grandfather to humbly address his former master.
Gokū is under the perception that his grandfather is alive once again, and can therefore live with him again, but Gohan corrects him by informing Gokū and everyone else that Uranai Baba is capable of moving between the world of the living and the Afterworld and that he is still dead, but can dwell on Earth for one day. Bulma asks if Gohan meeting Gokū was a mere coincidence, but Kame-Sennin notifies her that his sister Uranai Baba knew the Dragon Team would be on their way, leading Baba to further explain that Gohan requested her to tell him when a boy with a tail appeared.
As Gohan is at ease for knowing that Gokū trained under his former master Kame-Sennin, Gohan, behind his grandson's back, asks the turtle hermit if Gokū had been transforming into a monkey lately, but Kame-Sennin reassures him that everything is fine since the hermit destroyed the moon. Gokū then shows his grandfather the four star Dragon Ball he left for Gokū, and Gohan wonders why there were more like it after observing Gokū having five more.
After Gohan is told of Gokū's adventures up until that point, Kulilin is confident that Upa will have his father be revived once again with the Dragon Balls. As Gohan departs back to the Afterworld, Uranai Baba keeps good on her word and shows the Dragon Team the location of the seventh and final Dragon Ball, which is revealed to be in a car.