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Deadly Vision (魔人の秘密!!ブウの中に2人のブウ, Majin no Himitsu!! Bu no Naka ni Futari no Bu) is the twenty-second episode of the Fusion Saga and the two hundred seventy-fifth overall episode in the original dubbed and the uncut Dragon Ball Z series. The episode first aired on August 16, 1995. Its original American air date was November 18, 2002.
This episode begins with Goku and Vegeta reading the fat Majin Buu's mind, they discover that at one time there were two Majin Buus. Super Buu then appears inside his head while Dende and Mr. Satan cannot work out why Super Buu is motionless. A battle begins raging within the mind of Super Buu, but every time Super Buu is blasted he just appears somewhere else, unharmed. Vegeta and Goku combine their efforts, and blast Super Buu, for a short while it seems he is defeated. Super Buu has finished playing and is ready to absorb the mighty Saiyan duo. In a desperate attempt to escape, Goku blasts a hole in Super Buu's head, but he quickly regenerates, not giving Goku and Vegeta enough time to escape. Vegeta is knocked unconscious, and Super Buu prepares to absorb him, Goku tries desperately to come to the Saiyan's aid.
- Just like in the previous episode, when Goku lands next to Vegeta with Gohan, Gotenks, and Piccolo surrounding them, there is a shot where Goku is in base form, then another shot where he is shown as a Super Saiyan.
- When Old Kai's Crystal Ball is on the fritz, Kibito Kai says that he created that one himself. However, this is incorrect, as the Old Kai created the Crystal Ball while awakening Gohan's Hidden Potential.
- During the flashback to the Good and Evil Buu fight, the English versions make it sound like Goku and Vegeta are reading Super Buu's thoughts (Goku did something similar to Krillin during the Namek Saga). However, in the Japanese version and in the manga, they never read Buu's mind and Vegeta simply tells Goku about what he had watched from the Other World while he was dead (the flashback in the anime simply accompanying his account of what happened).