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DBK009(Jap)

DBK009(Eng)

"Yamcha's Hard Struggle! The Terrifying Saibaimen"
Kanji ヤムチャ奮闘!おそるべし栽培マン
Rōmaji Yamucha Funtō! Osoru Beshi Saibaiman
FUNimation Yamcha's Struggle! The Terrible Saibamen!
Episode Info
Previous DBK008
Next DBK010
Arc Saiyan Arc
Corresponding uncut Z episode(s) DBZ022 & DBZ023
Manga Chapters #213, #214 & #215
First Broadcast
Japanese May 31, 2009
English June 1, 2010
Character debut(s)
Technique debut(s)
Tool debut(s)

"Yamcha's Hard Struggle! The Terrifying Saibaimen" (ヤムチャ奮闘!おそるべし栽培マン, Yamucha Funtō! Osoru Beshi Saibaiman; FUNimation "Yamcha's Struggle! The Terrible Saibamen!") is the ninth episode of the Dragon Ball Kai anime.

Summary

Vegeta and Nappa emerge from their two space pods and Nappa wipes out the Eastern Capital with a single blast. The two Saiyans then fly off towards the island where Piccolo and Gohan have been training. Kuririn arrives first, and the three face off with Vegeta and Nappa. Piccolo learns for the first time that he is a Nameccian, a member of an alien race from the planet called Namek, when told by Nappa. At Vegeta's order, Nappa plants seeds in the ground, and six Saibamen are born. Tenshinhan, Chaozu, and then Yamcha fly in to join in the battle. Vegeta suggests they have a game of one-on-one and instructs the Saibamen to use all of their power during their fights. Tenshinhan faces off first against a Saibaman. Tenshinhan overpowers the Saibaman, but before he's able to finish it off, Vegeta accuses the Saibaman of having held back his full power and subsequently destroys the Saibaman as incentive to the remaining five to obey the order to use their full strength. Next, Yamcha decides to fight in place of Kuririn; the Saibaman latches onto him and self-destructs, killing Yamcha.

Credits

Role Seiyū FUNimation dub Voice Actor
English Japanese Rōmaji English Japanese Rōmaji English
Son Gokū
孫悟空
Son Gokū
Masako Nozawa
野沢雅子
Nozawa Masako
Sean Schemmel
Son Gohan
孫悟飯
Son Gohan
Masako Nozawa
野沢雅子
Nozawa Masako
Colleen Clinkenbeard
Kuririn
クリリン
Kulilin
Mayumi Tanaka
田中真弓
Tanaka Mayumi
Sonny Strait
Bulma
ブルマ
Buruma
Hiromi Tsuru
鶴 ひろみ
Tsuru Hiromi
Monica Rial
Piccolo
ピッコロ
Pikkoro
Toshio Furukawa
古川登志夫
Furukawa Toshio
Christopher R. Sabat
Yamcha
ヤムチャ
Yamucha
Tōru Furuya
古谷 徹
Furuya Tōru
Christopher R. Sabat
Pu'ar
プーアル
Pūaru
Naoko Watanabe
渡辺菜生子
Watanabe Naoko
Brina Palencia
Tenshinhan
天津飯
Tenshinhan
Hikaru Midorikawa
緑川 光
Midorikawa Hikaru
John Burgmeier


Hiroko Emori
江森浩子
Emori Hiroko
Brina Palencia
Vegeta
ベジータ
Bejīta
Ryō Horikawa
堀川りょう
Horikawa Ryō
Christopher R. Sabat
Nappa
ナッパ
Nappa
Tetsu Inada
稲田 徹
Inada Tetsu
Phil Parsons
Kame Sennin
亀仙人
Kamesennin
Masaharu Satō
佐藤正治
Satō Masaharu
Mike McFarland
Oolong
ウーロン
Ūron
Naoki Tatsuta
龍田直樹
Tatsuta Naoki
Bryan Massey
God
神様
Kamisama
Takeshi Aono
青野 武
Aono Takeshi
Christopher R. Sabat
Mister Popo
ミスター・ポポ
Misutā Popo
Yasuhiko Kawazu
川津泰彦
Kawazu Yasuhiko
Chris Cason
TV Announcer
TVアナウンサー
TV Anaunsā
Tamotsu Nishiwaki
西脇 保
Nishiwaki Tamotsu
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Narration
ナレーション
Narēshon
Jōji Yanami
八奈見乗児
Yanami Jōji
Doc Morgan
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