Our three heroes break into Don Kee’s castle to get their stolen ship back.
As the trio’s spaceship is towed away by Don Kee’s men, Goku tries to use his Instantaneous Movement technique to teleport himself, Trunks, and Pan to their ship. However, due to Goku now being in a child body, the technique no longer works. The ship is taken away to Kee’s castle.
No biggie. The group flies there under cover of night and steal their ship back. They have a short scuffle with Kee’s guards, including the seemingly strong Ledgic, but make it out okay.
But they’re right back where they started and still haven’t solved the problem they had in the last episode: finding replacement parts to repair their ship.
The next morning, the trio heads back into town and find wanted posters put up everywhere with their photos.
A little slower than the last episode but still okay; nothing is really accomplished, but the situation gets a tiny bit worse. I liked the sneaking around business, keeping quiet and avoiding guards…but there’s no real tension. All the hero characters are so strong at this point that mere guards aren’t a threat – well, maybe Ledgic. I did like how Goku’s loss of power from becoming a child again was used as a way to sort of address this problem.