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"I thought Dr. Gero only meant for me to defeat the Earth, but I know now I was designed for much more. Once I'm finished tearing this world into pieces, I'll just use Goku's Instant Transmission technique to move onto other planets. That is my destiny. I am the universe's end!"
The Horror Won't End (悟空から悟飯へ...父の魂は伝わった, Goku kara Gohan e... Chichi no Tamashii wa Tsutawatta) is the twenty-fifth episode of the Cell Games Saga and the one hundred ninetieth overall episode in the uncut Dragon Ball Z series. The episode first aired on June 23, 1993. Its original American air date was December 21, 2000.
Gohan faces Cell as Cell charges a Kamehameha announcing he would live for all eternity. A flashback filler ensues about Cell and his origins. Gohan, knowing that he cannot beat Cell with only one arm, is ready to accept defeat.
Suddenly Goku speaks with Gohan through King Kai's telepathic abilities, motivating Gohan to launch the largest Kamehameha that he can muster. After a disagreement about his abilities with one arm, Gohan decides to launch it upon his father's request. Gohan charges his own Kamehameha as he prepares to face off with Cell one final time.
- Solar Kamehameha - Super Perfect Cell's most powerful version of the Kamehameha, used in an attempt to destroy Gohan and the Earth.
- Father-Son Kamehameha - A one-handed Super Kamehameha used by Gohan, assisted by Goku's spirit, against Super Perfect Cell's Solar Kamehameha.
- There is a verbal goof when Gohan charges his Kamehameha. While pronouncing the technique, he says the second "me" twice in the FUNimation dub.
- In this episode, Laurie Steele was kept for Fortuneteller Baba's voice instead of the newer actress, Linda Young, redubbing over her. Kyle Hebert was dubbed over Mark Britten for Ox-King, however.