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DBS009
"Sorry About the Wait, Beerus-sama — Finally, Super Saiyan God is Born!"
Kanji お待たせ、ビルス様 ついに超サイヤ人ゴッド誕生!
Rōmaji O Matase, Birusu-sama Tsui ni Sūpā Saiya-jin Goddo Tanjō!
FUNimation Thanks for Waiting, Lord Beerus! A Super Saiyan God is Born At Last!
Episode Info
Previous DBS008
Next DBS010
Arc Hakaishin Beerus Arc
Manga Super Chapter #4
First Broadcast
Japanese September 6, 2015
English March 4, 2017
Character debut(s)
None in this episode
Technique debut(s)
Tool debut(s)
None in this episode


"Sorry About the Wait, Beerus-sama — Finally, Super Saiyan God is Born!" (お待たせ、ビルス様 ついに超サイヤ人ゴッド誕生!, O Matase, Birusu-sama Tsui ni Sūpā Saiya-jin Goddo Tanjō!; FUNimation "Thanks for Waiting, Lord Beerus! A Super Saiyan God is Born At Last!")[1] is the ninth episode of the Dragon Ball Super anime.

Summary

Gokū gathers the Dragon Balls together and summons Shenron who is startled by Beerus' presence. Shenron quickly explains that the Super Saiyan God is not a person but a legendary transformation that only kindhearted Saiyans can achieve by fusing their power together. The Saiyans attempt to transform Gokū but fail, as they are one Saiyan short. Growing tired of waiting, Beerus starts preparing his attack to destroy the planet. Suddenly, Videl jumps in front of the Saiyans. She says that there is one more Saiyan who might be able to help them – her and Gohan's unborn child. The Saiyans and Videl attempt the transformation again and manage to transform Gokū into the Super Saiyan God.

Trivia

  • There are some differences between Dragon Ball Z: God and God and Dragon Ball Super in this episode:
    • In this episode, Videl reveals that she is pregnant after Whis tells to the Dragon Team that they were running one Saiyan short in order to successfully perform the Super Saiyan God ritual. In the movie, Videl reveals the secret after Dende heals her from a bullet that a drunk Gohan accidentally deflected to her leg.
    • In addition, the episode, Shenron mentions that a certain book of mythology on planet Namek contains information on how to create the Super Saiyan God. In the movie, there is no mention of said book.
    • Furthermore, in this episode, Shenron asks for Beerus' permission to leave. In the movie, Shenron hastily leaves after fearfully apologizing to Beerus.
    • Moreover, Gokū promises Vegeta that the next time, the Saiyans would transform him into a Super Saiyan God. In the movie, however, Gokū made no such promise, and Vegeta demanded that he be the Super Saiyan God the next time they needed that power, to which Gokū agrees to do.
    • Additionally, in the episode, there were three attempts at making Gokū a Super Saiyan God. The first failed due to the Dragon Team being one Saiyan short of the requirements given by Shenron to create the Super Saiyan God, before it was revealed that Videl was pregnant with Gohan's child. The second attempt at making Gokū a Super Saiyan God failed despite Videl being there, due to them not using their hearts while flooding Gokū with energy, according to Whis, leading them to succeed on the third attempt. In the movie, there were only two attempts, and Videl was not present on the first attempt at making Gokū a Super Saiyan God, causing the attempt to fail because they were one Saiyan short, but they succeeded on the second attempt when Videl joined in.
    • Also, in the episode, Videl's hair had glowed yellow just like that of a Super Saiyan in the Super Saiyan God ritual. However, in the movie, her natural hair color was retained throughout the duration of the ritual.
    • Likewise, in this episode, the Super Saiyan God ritual causes atmospheric and climate changes in its surroundings during the transformation sequence. In the movie, none of that happens during the transformation.

Credits

Role Seiyū
English Japanese Rōmaji English Japanese Rōmaji
Son Gokū
孫悟空
Son Gokū
Masako Nozawa
野沢雅子
Nozawa Masako
Son Gohan
孫悟飯
Son Gohan
Masako Nozawa
野沢雅子
Nozawa Masako
Son Goten
孫悟天
Son Goten
Masako Nozawa
野沢雅子
Nozawa Masako
Kame Sennin
亀仙人
Kamesennin
Masaharu Satō
佐藤正治
Satō Masaharu
Bulma
ブルマ
Buruma
Hiromi Tsuru
鶴 ひろみ
Tsuru Hiromi
Vegeta
ベジータ
Bejīta
Ryō Horikawa
堀川りょう
Horikawa Ryō
Kuririn
クリリン
Kulilin
Mayumi Tanaka
田中真弓
Tanaka Mayumi
Piccolo
ピッコロ
Pikkoro
Toshio Furukawa
古川登志夫
Furukawa Toshio
Trunks
トランクス
Torankusu
Takeshi Kusao
草尾 毅
Kusao Takeshi
Chi-Chi
チチ
Chichi
Naoko Watanabe
渡辺菜生子
Watanabe Naoko
Videl
ビーデル
Bīderu
Yūko Minaguchi
皆口裕子
Minaguchi Yūko
Mister Satan
ミスターサタン
Misutā Satan
Unshō Ishizuka
石塚運昇
Ishizuka Unshō
Beerus
ビルス
Birusu
Kōichi Yamadera
山寺宏一
Yamadera Kōichi
Whis
ウイス
Uisu
Masakazu Morita
森田成一
Morita Masakazu
Pilaf
ピラフ
Pirafu
Shigeru Chiba
千葉 繁
Chiba Shigeru
Shū
シュウ
Shū
Tesshō Genda
玄田哲章
Genda Tesshō
Mai
マイ
Mai
Eiko Yamada
山田栄子
Yamada Eiko
Shenron
神龍
Shenron
Ryūzaburō Ōtomo
大友龍三郎
Ōtomo Ryūzaburō
Narration
ナレーション
Narēshon
Jōji Yanami
八奈見乗児
Yanami Jōji

References

  1. Dragon Ball Super Episode List
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