101 "Ore wa Kono Hoshi ni Nokoru!! Shouri e no Saigo no Negai"
(I Will Stay Here on This Planet!! A Final Wish To Triumph)
86 "The Last Wish" 99-10-26

Kaiou telepathically contacts the newly-revived Great Elder to tell him the wish, which is to transport everyone but Freeza to Earth. Goku hears this, and cuts in with a special request that he be left on Namek to ensure that Freeza is destroyed. The Great Elder then contacts Dende, who flies off to Porunga and makes the wish. Everyone disappears from Namek, leaving Goku and Freeza to finish their battle alone.

I kinda liked this episode. Not necessarily in terms of the dub, but just in general. For some reason, the shows where they make their wishes are always exciting for me, and I've never been able to figure out exactly why. I guess it's because they always signify a big turning point in the story. Plus, the dragons are scary and look badass.

Speaking of the dragons, it wasn't just Sheng Long who got a voice improvement as it turned out. Porunga's sounds a lot better now too. The last time we heard him was in (AWFUL) Episode 76, when it was just Sabat trying to do a really deep voice. The new one is really cool though, in my opinion.

As far as the dub, there are only two really stupid lines, and that's pretty much all I have to say about this one. Except for one thing: dub Kaiou says THICKheaded. THICK. People keep "mishearing" this and e-mailing me with their awesome revelation that Cartoon Network screwed up and let Kaiou say "dick."

Freeza: "What's the matter? Is your phone call over? Good thing they reached you before I disconnected your number!"

Just... shut up.

Kaiou: "How many Super Saiyans does it take to screw in a lightbulb?"
Goku: "How many?"
Kaiou: "There's no telling, but it only takes one to beat Freeza!" [Retard laughter with a bunch of snorts and guffaws]

The dub has made Kaiou say worse things, but this is certainly among the most fecal.