Dolltaki talks to his boss, Dr. Myuu, as Goku and Trunks start their fight with Luud.
Goku and Trunks hold their own against the revived Luud.
As Dolltaki plays with Pan (who’s still a doll), he gets in touch with his boss, Dr. Myuu.
Myuu’s disappointed that Luud is weak and was revived too early. He turns Dolltaki into a doll and has Luud absorb both him and Pan in order to reach full power.
A new fight begins in this episode, but it’s about the same in quality as the last one – maybe a little worse. Luud’s just a chubby robot baby with zero personality. I think it’s funny he’s referred to as a God of Destruction now that we’ve seen Beerus, a real God of Destruction, in Dragon Ball Super. Luud doesn’t hold a candle to him at all.
I really hate Dolltaki and his creepy infatuation with Pan, putting her in a doll house and wanting to play dress up. Thankfully with the introduction of Dr. Myuu, and later General Rilldo, we finally have villains we can take seriously.
One thing I like about this arc is how we’re gradually moving up the food chain, so to speak. Like Doctor Who‘s The War Games, our heroes start off facing the lowest ranked enemy (Para Para Brothers), move up to their boss (Mutchy Mutchy), the boss of their boss (Dolltaki), then finally the boss of that boss (Myuu). It’s a nice linear progression of antagonists.