Blackmail (盗難事件発生!!犯人はサイヤマン!?, Tonan Jiken Hassei!! Hannin wa Saiyaman!?) is the tenth episode of the Great Saiyaman Saga and the two hundred fourth overall episode of the uncut Dragon Ball Z series. The episode first aired on October 27, 1993. Its original American air date was September 20, 2001.
The episode starts off with Gohan and Goten going to see a little pterodactyl named Chobi. Gohan and Goten have known its parents for years. When they get there, Chobi is not in his nest. Gohan tells Goten not to worry about it and that the little pterodactyl will eventually show up. They go home to eat dinner. They are watching television and they see a commercial for the Musuka Circus. There, they see Chobi doing tricks and a trainer yelling at it. Gohan gets mad and decides to go rescue Chobi. He goes to the circus and talks to the manager, Mr. Musuka.
Musuka will not let Gohan take him, so Gohan goes out back, changes into his Great Saiyaman suit and takes Chobi. He is running down the streets and Videl sees him. She and Gohan fight because Videl thinks that Gohan is trying to steal Chobi, not save him. Gohan explains to Videl that if Chobi is not returned, his parents will wreak havoc on Satan City. All of a sudden, Chobi's parents are there.
They attack Videl, but Gohan saves her and she then understands what Gohan was trying to do. Gohan tells Chobi's father Toh Toh, "Toh Toh, please stop! I'm your friend! It's Go...!" surprising Gohan and leaving Videl surprised by hearing this. The police arrest the manager, and Chobi gets returned to his parents as Goten congratulates him for saving Chobi. The next day Videl notices a scratch on Gohan’s face and says that is where the Great Saiyaman got scratched. She finally figures out that Gohan is the Great Saiyaman.
She tells Gohan about the upcoming World Martial Arts Tournament and says if he does not fight in it she will tell everyone his secret. She also asks for flying lessons, and figures out that he is Goku’s son. Gohan sighs and says “Oh, blackmailed again. How do I do it?”
- In this episode, the music in the latter half of the eyecatch is changed. It goes back to the way it once was after this, but eventually switches to the "changed" one permanently.