"We'll finish this fight when I return, Kakarot. Enjoy your sleep. Should your time run out before I'm done, then we'll have to continue this another day...when I see you in Hell."
The Losses Begin (絶望へ一直線!?嘆きの界王神, Zetsubo e Itchokusen!? Nageki no Kaioshin) is the second episode of the Majin Buu Saga and the two hundred thirty-third overall episode in the original dubbed and the uncut Dragon Ball Z series. The episode first aired on July 13, 1994. Its original American air date was November 6, 2001.
The show starts out with Majin Buu in the previous episode and Supreme Kai and Gohan in complete fear. Then we switch to the Goku and Majin Vegeta fight. Majin Vegeta is about to slam Goku square in the face, but Goku tells him to stop because they are the ones who released Majin Buu. They talk about Majin Buu and his ki, and Majin Vegeta says Goku is stalling. Goku then mentions if they do not hurry now the rest of the world will die, including Bulma and Trunks. Vegeta then gets offended by this and tells him to "Shut up!" and starts punching Goku in the face saying "I sold my soul to Babidi, I am a Saiyan that relies on strength alone. "They're nothing to me!" then having Goku scream and call him a liar while punching him flat on the ground. Finally, Vegeta gives in and asks for a Senzu Bean, so the two could 'work together' to finish Buu. While Goku is rummaging through his bag for a Senzu Bean, Vegeta hits him from behind, knocking him out cold. Vegeta then takes the last Senzu Bean and says he will stop Buu himself, realizing that it was his fault that Buu was resurrected.
Back at Babidi's spaceship, Babidi is telling Majin Buu that he would still be locked up if it was not for him. Majin Buu turns around and says nothing. After a minute, he turns around and makes a funny face at Babidi while shouting "BUU!" Babidi falls down and is gasping for air. Majin Buu is laughing. Dabura becomes angry at Majin Buu and calls him a bloated idiot. Gohan and Supreme Kai wonder what Majin Buu is doing. Then, Dabura tells Babidi that the original Majin Buu should have been stronger, but this one is weak. Then, Majin Buu releases steam and punches Dabura right in his eyes, gouging them. Dabura swings at Majin Buu but misses. Majin Buu kicks him and sends him bouncing and crashing into a mountain. Babidi praises Majin Buu. Gohan speaks about Majin Buu's plays around and Babidi threatens to put Majin Buu in the ball and suddenly, Majin Buu obeys so he can stay living.
Gohan decides to kill Babidi, but Supreme Kai says only Babidi can reseal Majin Buu and when he does, then they should strike. Supreme Kai speaks about a different method but says it is too late. Majin Buu is told to kill Supreme Kai and Gohan, so Gohan grabs Supreme Kai and flies off. Majin Buu pauses, and erupts out from a black smoke cloud. Majin Buu is then seen flying right behind Gohan, however the latter turns around, seeing nobody. Then when he looks forward again, Majin Buu is blocking the way. With Gohan stunned at Buu's unimaginable capabilities, Majin Buu screams "YOU DROP DEAD!" and smashes Gohan on the head. Gohan falls down unconscious and Supreme Kai is right in Majin Buu's path. The episode then ends, leaving the viewers uncertain of the Kai's future.
"Fine... You Win. Our battle is postponed. I want you at your fullest when we fight and you obviously are too distracted by that ridiculous Buu."
"So Kakarot, even you can prove helpless when you drop your guard."
"We'll finish this fight when I return, Kakarot. Enjoy your sleep. Should your time run out before I'm done...hehe, then we will have to continue this another day...when I see you in hell."
- Goku (Super Saiyan 2) vs. Majin Vegeta (Super Saiyan 2)
- Dabura vs. Majin Buu
- Gohan (Super Saiyan 2) and Supreme Kai vs. Majin Buu
- Vegeta knocking Goku out unconscious before leaving to fight Buu alone is very similar to Future Gohan knocking Future Trunks unconscious before leaving to fight the Androids alone from Dragon Ball Z: The History of Trunks.