Dragonball Z Is Back July 3rd 2007

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i bet only people who are bored in this time wil watch this... also who would like to watch sailormoon O_O" ????
 
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Well I've got all episodes why should I bother watching it on TV when I can watch em on my pc :p
 
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Holy crap... that is like the exact lineup I used to watch like eight years ago... the exact one.
 
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If only they'd bring back that guy that was in that radiation suit. He was the best Toonami host ever. ****ing robot.
 
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Look at the date

2000-06-21 :tired:



I dont think that dbz will ever come to Tv again.
 
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Lol yeah the date says "2000" on the link.

But I really wouldn't mind if them old Toonami animes came back on. G Gundam, Dragonball/Z, Yu Yu Hakusho, etc. Shoot, don't even get me started on Nickelodeon
 
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i bet only people who are bored in this time wil watch this... also who would like to watch sailormoon O_O" ????
Um. Yeah. I'm sure the newer generation of children, who haven't seen the show, will be bored enough to watch Dragon Ball. Koo-koo-koo-koo.

If only they'd bring back that guy that was in that radiation suit. He was the best Toonami host ever. ****ing robot.
The best host is Tom. Radiation suit? Never heard of that.

Where does it say 2007? But in any case, these aren't rumors. They plan to re-air the whole series, in high definition, and fully uncut.
 
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He was the original host of Toonami, back when Toonami was good. They'd start giving anime at like 10 pm, and then finish up at 5am. Good times.
 
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Maybe the best to you; ratings say Toonami was in its prime when Dragon Ball Z was airing, and when Tom had taken over as host.

Got a picture of the guy in the radiation suit?
 
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The Toonami you're speaking of had more viewers because it was targetting children. The Toonami I remember used to start at like 7, end at 11 on Saturdays, and then they'd give anime repeats until the wee hours of the morning.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Moltar
 
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I miss that show sooooooooooooooo much =/
 
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Hehe... I guess that explains why I remember the lineup so well. Old news is old. I can't believe that was almost nine years ago though. Makes me feel a little old :\

Maybe the best to you; ratings say Toonami was in its prime when Dragon Ball Z was airing, and when Tom had taken over as host.

Got a picture of the guy in the radiation suit?

DBZ was airing in the time Moltar was hosting in the late 90s. They repeated the Saiyan saga for a couple years until people got interested and it caught on in the U.S. After that Funi started to make the rest of the series.

Tom sucked. He really ***ed up Toonami. Moltar ftw



*EDIT* Check out this old commercial I found during a google search. I actually remember the commercial being played. Woo nostalgia.
http://www.retrojunk.com/details_commercial/3182/
 
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Oh what's the big deal? You can always buy it on a DVD or something. Toonami sucks anyway. They cut away all the violent scenes and play crappy dubs. Not that any dubbing is actually GOOD, all it does is ruin anime.

I remember watching it on Toonami when I was 8, I was a fanatic. Then it switched to digital and CNX and I never saw it on TV again. But still, DBZ is old. I can't believe that there is a fan in America that still hasn't seen the whole series, it being aired on CN several times if I'm not mistaken. I don't see what the fuss is about.
 
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Oh what's the big deal? You can always buy it on a DVD or something. Toonami sucks anyway. They cut away all the violent scenes and play crappy dubs. Not that any dubbing is actually GOOD, all it does is ruin anime.

I remember watching it on Toonami when I was 8, I was a fanatic. Then it switched to digital and CNX and I never saw it on TV again. But still, DBZ is old. I can't believe that there is a fan in America that still hasn't seen the whole series, it being aired on CN several times if I'm not mistaken. I don't see what the fuss is about.
Oh no, when the unrated, re-dubbed Saiyan Saga came out, they aired that. "damns", "hells" and middle fingers everywhere.
 
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sniff.... DBZ on TV. Brings back memories of watching it at midnight.... the rerun episodes used to air then.
And old toonami bring to mind good old Beast machines :|
I never got the chance to watch Beastmachines again. But DBZ is something I watch everyday, right before southpark and striptease videos of runaway mods. lol. J/k
 
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The Toonami you're speaking of had more viewers because it was targetting children. The Toonami I remember used to start at like 7, end at 11 on Saturdays, and then they'd give anime repeats until the wee hours of the morning.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Moltar

Most of us were children then. But some were under 11 years old.

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