DBZ Abridged Joke Explanation

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Episode 1: The Return of Radditz! ... Wait...

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0:56 Radditz: Did Kakarot screw this up? Oh goddamnit, I knew we should have sent Turles
Explanation: Turles is the main antagonist of the movie Dragon Ball Z: The Tree of Might
1:34 Radditz: So this is why dad said I couldn't keep Appule
Explanation: Appule is a reptilian looking Frieza henchman. Apparently Raditz wanted to keep him as a pet, but Bardock thought he might accidentally kill him. His fears may have been unjustified, given that Radditz only ever became as strong as a saibaman
2:48 Lanipator: DOUBLE SUN... [lani and Vegeta3986 fight] fine... I'm just gonna go practice my Vegeta. Ass.
Explanation:

Double Sun... == Double Sunday. It's one of Raditz's attacks in DragonBall Z Budokai. As for the Lani/Vegeta3986 fight, apparently there were two early DBZ dubs: the Ocean (heavily censored and edited) and Funimation (far more faithful to the Japanese original) dub. Lani begins to say Double Sunday when he is interrupted by Vegeta3986 who then takes over the role, if you listen closely, you can recognize the voice change. This appears to be a reference to the two dubs.

Also, Raditz's "signature attack" was never given an exact name in the original series. However, like most unnamed attacks in Dragon Ball, the attack has been given several unofficial names by the various video games in the series, like "Keep Your Eye on the Birdie" and "Saturday Crush". "Double Sunday", the name that Lanipator uses, is actually the name of the dual energy blast that Raditz uses to sever Piccolo's arm. This explains the argument between Lanipator and Vegeta3986, as the name "Keep Your Eye on the Birdie" is prefered among fans.[1]

3:44 Lanipator: I'm drinking OJ! Now it's Apple Juice! Now it's beer!
Explanation: A reference to the censorship in the Ocean dub
4:37 [M Night's face pops onto the screen] What a twist!
Explanation: A double reference to Robot Chicken and the M Night Shamaam... Shamyalian... shamalamading... oh to hell with it! He's most famous for creating movies with crazy twists, like the Sixth Sense. Also a recurring joke on Reddit.

Episode 2: And They All Lived Happily Ever... Oh..

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2:01 Ha ha! Dangly parts.
Explanation: It's from Harvey Birdman Attorney at Law. The character, and show in general, is based on really random things
3:29 Piccolo: (singing) Da da dah da...
Explanation: Piccolo is singing the Mah Nà Mah Nà song . Perhaps made most famous the the Muppet's rendition
6:15 Piccolo: Makansa... makans apappa... makansappa... oh to hell with it! Special beam cannon!
Explanation: Piccolo was trying to say "Makankosappo", but could not pronounce it correctly. "Makankosappo" is the original japanese name for the "Special Beam Cannon".
6:28 Piccolo: Riiiiccolaa... ahwwhhhhhaa!
Explanation: A reference to the ricola losange ad [1]

Episode 3: Happily Ever Afterlife

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0:22 Nappa: Guy who's as strong as a saibaman says what?
Explanation: Saibamen are green humanoid characters that can be grown from a liquid concoction. Nappa grows them to fight against the Earthlings. Each is as strong as Raditz. That's right, Raditz was so weak, they could actually grow Raditzes.
2:33 King yemma: Mahogany!
6:37 King yemma: And not just any Mahogany, but mahogany from Malchior 7 where the trees are 300 ft tall and breathe fire. From these trees my desk was forged 2000 years ago using ancient blood rituals of the Malchior people.
Explanation: Just another play on the mahogany joke. Malchior 7 doesn't seem to be a reference to anything (according to Google). The face on the malchior people is Lanipator

Episode 4: Snakeway to Heaven

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Title explanation: Play on Led Zeppelin's Stairway to Heaven
1:13 Goz and mez: we are here to [clap], pump you up!
Mez: Ach he has a piece of the fruit, ach nein! Don’t eat the fruit, don’t eat the fruit!
Explanation: Goz and Mez are a take off of the German homoerotic duo Hans and Franz of SNL (who are themselves parodies of Arnold Schwarzenegger). 'Ach nein!' translates to 'Oh no!'

Episode 5: Vegeta: Kills Bugs Dead

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Title explanation: A reference to Raid bug killing spray
4:08 Arlian: Welcome to Oz, bitch!
Explanation: A reference to The Wizard of Oz Oz, a TV series centered around an experimental prison cell block. Much thanks to John for the correction.
4:08 (Barbara Streisand's 'The Way We Were' plays) Barbara Streisand: Memories, light the corners of my mind, misty watercolor memories of the way we were.
Explanation: Barbara Streisand

Episode 6: No One Ever Listens To The Magical Dragon

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Title explanation: clearly some reference to an incarnation of Puff the Magic Dragon (there's a song and multiple films)
1:22 Helmet: You must construct additional Pylons.
Explanation: A meme originating from the great RTS game Starcraft. As a Protoss player you must construct pylons in order to build more units, which is easy to forget, so you're constantly beind reminded to "construct additional pylons".
5:23 Bulma: I don't get it. Why are we doing this again?
Roshi: Because my sister Baba told us to.
Explanation: Roshi's siser Baba is a fortune teller. Knowing the future, she tells Roshi to bring Goku back.

Episode 7: Saiyans? On My Planet? (It's More Likely Than You Think).

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Title explanation: According to Know your Meme, the joke stems from an old ad ("Pornography? On my computer? It's more likely than you think.")
4:31 Jimmy: Oh my god, he blew up the cargo robot! ...and the cargo was PEOPLE!
Explanation: In the Ocean Dub, due to their steadfast refusal to mention death, they said that Nappa blew up a cargo robot [1]
5:23 Nappa: But, Vegeta, then you have to worry about the Fraggles.
Vegeta: Oh God damn it, Nappa, nobody's going to get that.
Tien: [off screen with echo] As a matter of fact...
Tien: I did.
Explanation: Fraggles are humanoid characters from the Muppet show Fraggle Rock that eat radishes. Nappa mistakes 'Raditz' for 'radish' (Raditz's name is a pun on 'radish'). This constitutes the second Muppet reference in DBZ abridged (the first being Piccolo singing the Mahna Mahna song)

Episode 8: Nappa's Best Day Ever

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1:15 Krillin: That's it! I can't take it anymore! I can only be pushed so far!
*video game select for Krillin*
Krillin: KRILLIN LIMIT BREEEEEAK!!!! (uses scatter shot)
*victory music from FF7*
Explanation: A reference to Final Fantasy 7. Your character got closer and closer to its 'limit' as it took damage. Once the character reached its 'limit' it could perform a special attack. After Krillin destroys his opponent, the victory music from FF7 is played
3:27 Nappa: Vegeta! The Pokémon's on my back.
Tien: Chiaotzu! No!
Nappa: I can't get it off, Vegeta! Here, I'll use Rock Smash.
Explanation: As TFS is fond of Pokemon references, this could very well be reference to Rock Smash
5:07 Piccolo: Oh FINE! Krillin, GO!
Nappa: FOR PONYYYY! Uagh! He hit me! Gaha! He hit me too!
Explanation: see Know your meme and this
5:45 Krillin: Piccolo...do you have a plan?
Piccolo: That depends. Can you get him in a Full Nelson?
Krillin: Any plans that don't involve killing me?
Piccolo: Well, there is the Multi-Form technique.
Krillin: But doesn't that cut our power levels by...
Piccolo: Plan A or Plan B, Krillin?
Krillin: Plan B, Plan B!!
Piccolo and krillin: KAGEBUSHIN NO JUTSU!
Nappa: Vegeta! I can't...."Believe it".
Explanation: "Full Nelson" is reference to episode 2 where Goku gets Raditz in a full nelson, and Piccolo blasts both of them. The latter two are Naruto references. "KAGEBUSHIN NO JUTSU!" is reference to the Shadow Clone Technique from Naruto. "Believe it" is Naruto's catch phrase
1:15 Vegeta: Nappa, where did your armor go?
Nappa: I had a hell of a day, Vegeta. I sank their battleship......and their whales.
Aquaman (offscreen): Nooooooooooooo.......
Explanation: 'battleship' is a reference to the game Battleship in which one can sink an opponent's battleships Aquaman screaming 'noooooooo' is a reference to episode 5, where the super friends convene to stop the Saiyans, and Aquaman can only offer his ability to speak to whales.

Episode 9: The Set Up

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1:15 Nappa: Midget's next! RHAAAA!!!
Krillin: My turn, my turn, MY TURN!
Nappa: Oh!
Vegeta: What- Nappa, what are you doing?
Nappa: It's his turn Vegeta, I have to wait for him.
Explanation: I believe this is another FF7 reference, a turn-based game.
3:37 Nappa: Oh you-a-making-me-so-mad! Vegeta, look. I'ma firing my BLARGH (face turns into Shoop the Whoop)
Explanation: Shoop the Whoop (aka I'M A’ FIRIN’ MAH LAZER) is a meme, derived from the Cell Saga. Not sure where the you-a-making-me-so-mad comes from. Maybe I Love Lucy?

Episode 10: Part 1: The Punchline

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6:03 Goku: Yes, Gohan. Tell her. ("Coming Undone" by KoRn plays) To put dinner on. ("Coming Undone" plays again) ‘Cause I’m hungry. (plays a third time)
Explanation: just wanted to reference the song
6:03 Narrator: Meanwhile, back at the ranch.
Bulma: Remember when we used to do stuff? You know? Be out there with them? And help?
*They all agree*
Oolong: And remember the Red Ribbon Army?
*They all remember*
Roshi: And what about King Piccolo?
*They all remember*
Bulma: Good times, good times… Whatever happened to Launch?
*Silence*
Roshi: Who?
Explanation: Meanwhile, back at the ranch ... is a phrase frequently used by narrators of American cowboy movies and TV shows as a segue from one scene to another. Launch lived in Roshi's house, because she was a good cook and Roshi was a perv. Here's some links to The Red Ribbon Army, King Piccolo, and Launch

Episode 10: Part 2: The Punchline (part 2)

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2:08 Oozaru vegeta: Hey, Kakarot, what's the opposite of Christopher Walken?
Goku: Huh?
Oozaru vegeta: Christopher Reeves! *smashes Goku’s legs*
Goku: AAAAAAAOOWWW! That was in terrible ta-a-aste.
Oozaru vegeta: Don't care; evil.
Explanation: Christopher Reeves, former Superman actor, is paralyzed and thus is not 'walkin'. Also, Vegeta's once again cognizant of being 'evil'. See episode 10 at 2:16
2:17 Oozaru vegeta: Now, time to crush you like an Arlian.
Goku: A -- what?
Oozaru vegeta: Exactly, now die!
Explanation: Arlians were the insectoid people from the bug planet that Vegeta blew up on his way to Earth
3:04 Krillin: Ah, Jesus Christ Vampire Hunter.
Explanation: Apparently Jesus Christ Vampire Hunter is a real film
3:19 Gohan: Get your filthy hands off of him, you damn dirty ape!
Oozaru vegeta: Oh, very creative. And what exactly will you do if I don't?
Explanation: from the 1968 film Planet of the Apes. Charlton Heston quote. Pretty famous. Somehow everyone in the DBZ Abridged universe is familiar with American pop culture... must be due to Space Hulu! (HT John).

Episode 10 Finale

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2:17 Goku: Gohan? This is Daddy... I know you’re angry right now. But you have to focus your anger. Re-remember Icarus? *flashback to Icarus getting blasted*
Goku: HE did it!
Explanation: Icarus is a young purple dragon that is one of Gohan's closest non-humanoid friends. He's blown up by Turles in DBZ Tree of Might
3:21 Researcher1: So mister Spock, what do you make, of this...ship?
Researcher2: Well sir, I find it highly illogical to refer to this as a "ship"; the spherical design incorporates no propulsion system. It looks more like an orbiting vessel, or a satell—whaaa!
Researcher1: … suck it, Spock!
Explanation: William Shatner had herky-jerky overacting style, which these researchers could be considered parodies of, a la Family Guy

Episode 11: Looks Like The Z-Warriors Are Blasting Off Again!

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6:18 Dr briefs: Well, I'm working on your translator, but all I can get it to do is translate the Namekian into another language I don’t understand.
Toilet: Toire de arimasu! (Japanese for "I am a toilet")
Dr briefs: Damn moon-speak!
Explanation: Moon speak is internet slang for Japanese, though it can apply to any non-Latin alphabetic language.
6:03 Bulma: Yep! I’ve gotten everything worked out. Well, except for one thing- we couldn’t fix the translator for the toilet.
Toilet: ICH BIN GEFÜLLT MIT PISSWASSER! (German for "I am filled with pee")

Episode 12: A Rose By Any Other Namek

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1:45 Krillin: Krillin’s log, stardate, uh, November 28th. We’ve been flying for two weeks now. Starting to feel verrrry pent up. Not just from being trapped on the ship of course, but from Bulma walking around in nothing but her UNDERWEAR! I would relieve this tension but I have no alone time as the toilet keeps SCREAMING AT ME!
Toilet: ScheiBen Sie in mein Gesicht (German for "Shit in my face")
Zaacro: Uh, are you sure they're ok? They’ve been out for a long time.
Raiti: Of course I'm sure zey're ok! Now just follow ze plan!
Explanation: Zaacro and Raiti are based on Oglethorpe and Emory from aqua teen hunger force

Episode 13: Dr. Briefs Made This Episode In A Cave... WITHABOXOFSCRAPS!

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Title explanation: A reference ridiculous inventiveness of Dr. Briefs (Bulma's dad) and Tony Stark of Iron Man
2:01 Krillin: Don't you mean "OR we'll shoot you?"
Freeza soldier 2: We know what we said!
*Blows up the ship*
Toilet: SCHEISS!!!! (shit!)
2:37 Bulma: I can't believe this. We're stranded on an alien planet. It's like "Pitch Black" only our Vin Diesel is a total bitch.
Explanation: Krillin is their Vin Diesel, as he's the leader of their group and bald.
4:25 Kame: Kame house... where the beaches are fine, and the bitches are even finer
Explanation: In Dragonball, Roshi was obsessed with cute women
4:30 Kame: Can you speak up? I'm not wearing any pants
Explanation: A reference to Homer Simpson: You'll have to speak up, I'm wearing a towel

Episode 14: No Country for Old Namekians

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0:23 Gohan: Hey, Krillin, look! The Dragon Balls!
Krillin: Whoa, those things are huge! AC/DC be damned.
Explanation: AC/DC has a song called "Big Balls". "But we've got the biggest...balls of them all!"

Episode 15: Operation Dodoria Drop

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Title explanation: a reference to Operation Dumbo Drop
7:41 Goku: Now, before I start training… I need the right music to train to. Let’s see here.
*Goku Pushes buttons to cycle through songs*
Paul stanley: Live to Win
Bill conti: Gonna Fly Now (Rocky Theme)
Stan bush: Never Surrender
Team america: Montage
Lazy town: Cooking By the Book
Goku: Yaaay!
Explanation: Cooking By the Book is an old meme from the ytmnd days.

Episode 16: Vam Qan Namek

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Title explanation: Klingon (aka Namekian) for 'This Old Namek', a reference to This Old House
0:10 *beginning of episode*
Namekian: And that's the story of the great drought.
*children laugh*
Explanation:

We learn in episode 30 that the great drought the result of Guru drinking all of the water (how do you think he got so fat?).

Naturally, he shifted the blame onto the Albino Namekians, and they never heard from them again

4:51 Vegeta: To be perfectly honest, you're not that different, you're just a lot less subtle about it OH MY GOD! Ugh! Agh! (more grunting sounds) Poit! Zort! Apples!
Explanation: 'poit' and 'zort' are from Pinky and the Brain
8:39 Guru: So, the son of Katas has passed. Unfortunate.
Krillin: We just called him Kami.
Guru: Oh, so he calls himself God. Pretentious prick.
Explanation:

Kami is the Japanese word 'diety'

Katas was an ancient Namekian and the father of the Nameless Namekian, who later separated into Kami and King Piccolo.

11:15 (tfs site) King kai: KAIO KEN!! It's in my f*cking name! Like "King Kai", as in Kaio-Sama! That is it! None of you are learning any of my techniques! Neither the Kaio Ken nor the Genki Dama!
Tien: Freaking weeaboo.
Explanation: a weeaboo is "Someone who is obsessed with Japan/Japanese Culture/Anime, etc. and attempts to act as if they were Japanese, even though they're far from it."

Episode 17: A Lovely Bunch of Dragonballs

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Title explanation: A reference to "I've got a lovely bunch of coconuts" by Merv Griffin. Vegeta sings it during the episode. See below.
1:17 Appule: *Playing Dragonball Z video game* Take that you bastard! This one's for Eachpei!
Zarbon: Report!
...
Appule: You know, Vegeta, I got to admit it was pretty impressive how you went all man hunter on us. But now you're all ours, and I can't wait to watch Zarbon break you like a glue stick… [Vegeta awakens]Here I come Eachpei!
Explanation:

Eachpei, whose name is a pun on 'peach' and whose persona is entirely an invention of TFS, is Appule's brother.

Eachpei makes an appearance in the TFS Bardock Special, screaming 'Tell my brother, Appule, I love him!' before he's killed by Bardock.

3:43 Zarbon: Well, I thought he could handle it!
Freeza: Appule couldn't handle a shot of raspberry schnapps much less Vegeta! Oh, where's the damn phone, I need to make another call.
Explanation: I just thought this was funny
4:50 Vegeta: (To "A Lovely Bunch of Coconuts") I've got a lovely bunch of dragon balls, doo doo doo doo doo doo
7:15 King kai: He... hung up on me! How the hell did he even do that! Dammit, I'll call him back! Goku, I swear to God, I will ride your ass on this one!
George takei: Oh my...
Explanation: George Takei is a famously gay actor who played Mr. Sulu in Star Trek.

Episode 18: It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad Saiyan

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Title explanation: A reference to Stanley Kramer's movie It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World. Thanks to Luke for the correction.
Vegeta: Ya know, I could kill both of you right now, but after killing Zarbon and getting this last Dragon Ball, I'm in a good mood. I'm in a REALLY good mood. But just remember this: Next time you see me, I WILL be immortal. ...not that you stood a chance to begin with, I'm just.... Saiyan.
*laughter*
Vegeta: Waka waka!
Explanation: 'Waka Waka!' is a catchphrase of the muppet Fonzie the Bear, who's infamous for his terrible jokes. Thanks to David for the correction.
Krillin: DO AS I SAY, FOR I AM THE HEAVENLY BUDDHA!
Explanation: Krillin is a Buddhist asshole

Episode 19: 到着を恐怖!! 敬礼, ギニュー特戦隊!!

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Title explanation: According to google tranlsate the title translates to: Fear! Salute the arrival, Rangers Ginyu!
0:53 Freeza: Good. And they have the ringtone I wanted?
Ginyu: Yes Sir.
*Scouter plays Maximum the Hormone: F*
Scouter: Frieza, Frieza, Frieza, Frieza!
Explanation: 'F' is a song by the band Maximum the Hormone, a Japanese metal band
3:23 Gohan: Vegeta? You don't mind me asking, what are we in for?
Vegeta: You ever watched Power Rangers?
Gohan: No.
Vegeta: Ninja Turtles?
Gohan: No.
Vegeta: Sailor Moon?
Gohan: No.
Vegeta: Beetle Borgs?
Gohan: No.
Vegeta: V.R. Troopers?
Gohan: No.
Vegeta: Samurai Cyber-Squad?
Gohan: No.
Vegeta: ...Tattooed Teenage Alien Fighters From Beverly Hills?
Gohan: Oh, yeah!
Vegeta: Goddammit!
Explanation: The shows are in descending order from most popular to least.
5:18 Vegeta: We're all going to die anyway, so...baldie! Break the ball!
Krillin: What? That I...
Vegeta: Punch the damn thing!
Explanation: In the original series, Vegeta told Krillin to break the ball (in the original, Guldo swiped it before he could punch it), despite the fact Krillin had no chance of doing any damage other than to himself.
6:05 Ginyu: All right, everyone settle down! Before I take these Dragon Balls to Lord Frieza, it's time for everyone's favorite game...
All: WHEEL...OF...DEATH!
Ginyu: Now, for the folks viewing at home, the rules are simple. One of my men will spin the wheel, and whoever it lands on, he kills!
Vegeta: What the...when did you have time to set this up? And...is that a camera? What kind of sadistic retard watches this crap?
Freeza: Love this show
Explanation: The Wheel of Death is apparently a recurring show that the Ginyu force like to put on and is beloved by Frieza.
7:13 Geice: Gotta be careful though Burter, space dingo will eat your space baby. Like me sister... poor Sheila.
Explanation: 'A dingo ate my baby' is an infamous phrase from an infamous case ... where an Australian baby actually was eaten by a Dingo. The phrase has been endlessly parodied, perhaps most famously in Seinfeld - thanks to David for pointing this out.
8:13 Guldo: That's right, keep on your guard. Don't drop it, not even for an instant... Za Warudo!
Krillin: What are you... going on about... *gets crushed by steam roller*
Explanation: A reference to Dio Brando of JoJo's Bizarre Adventure. Za Warudo is his special attack... where he drops a stream roller on his opponent

Episode 20: Namekimania

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Title explanation: A reference to Wrestlemania. The whole episode parodies it. The battle parodies the tag-team, showboating antics of pro wrestling.
1:16 Recoome: HIT… RECOOOOOME'S MUSIC! (*Evil Horde - Hangarmageddon starts playing*)
Recoome: Vegeta, you think that just because you’re the prince of all Saiyans you're the best there is at what you do. But let Recoome tell you something brother! You ain’t no Wolverine! And you ain't got what it takes to step up, to a FIVE...TIME...CHAMPION!
Explanation: Hangarmageddon is a version of the E1M1, the theme song from Doom (remember, Recoome rhymes with doom). Recoome is a caricature of the typical WWE muscle bound wrestler.
1:40 Jeice: This fight right here is gonna be a bloomin' slobberknocker it is.
Explanation: Jeice, being from Space Australia, naturally uses Australian vernacular. Bloomin' is an Australian slang term used to emphasize how good or bad something is, similar to the English slang term 'bloody'. slobberknocker is a slang term for a brutal fight
2:54 Vegeta: Suck it, Jabroni!
Explanation: A phrase made infamous by the WWE wrestler The Rock. Apparently it has a actual definition: a performer whose primary role is to lose to established talent.
3:25 Commercial: And where can you find all this spectacular space food? At Spacey’s. Now with our new Raditz Menu. Spacey’s; it’s good food. In space
Explanation: Parody of the dollar menu. Notice that the menu displays a double sunday -- Double Sunday was one of Raditz' attack in DBZ Budokai. Also Raditz is weak.
5:25 Krillin: Hey! Hey Gohan, look! He picked Vegeta.... like a-
Gohan: Like a vegetable, yes.
Explanation: Vegeta's name was inspired by "vegetable".
9:47 Jeice: It doesn’t look like there’s anyone left who can stop Recoome! *Goku’s ship flies in* Wait… who’s THAT??
Background: Rick Derringer’s "Real American", i.e. Hulk Hogan’s theme song, plays
Song:
When it comes crashing down and it hurts inside
You gotta take a stand it don’t help to hide
If you hurt my friends, then you hurt my pride
I gotta be the man
I can’t let it slide

Explanation: Goku, like Hulk Hogan, is a Real American.

Episode 21: Stop! Celebrate and Witness, Goku's Back From 100X Fitness!

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Title explanation: Title is a parody of the opening line in Ice Ice Baby by Vanilla Ice
Goku: Say, do you know where there’s a Denny’s around here?
Jeice: Burter! No!
Goku: Butter! That’ll go great on my Grand Slam!
Explanation: Burter is named after butter (many of the evil dudes are named after foods)
9:14 Goku: Krillin, I’m not gonna kill them. They’re hardly even a threat.
Scene: (In the style of "Mass Effect") * Vegeta kills Recoome and Burter *
Goku: Vegeta! That was not very Paragon!
Vegeta: Tch. Renegade for life. ("Tokusentai" plays)
Explanation: In Mass Effect, you can take your character down the Paragon (good) or Renegade (evil) path. Vegeta is obviously Renegade.

Episode 22: The Good, the Bad, and the Purple

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Title explanation: A take on the Eastwood movie The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly
Freeza: Well, then. If this is the only course of action available to me, I accept. I’ll dispatch of this worm, and then I’ll be back for you, slug.
Guru: Leave my brother out of this!
Explanation: As revealed in the TFS movie 'Lord Slug Abridged' Guru is Lord Slug's evil half.

Episode 23: Grand Theft Goku

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1:33 Freeza soldier 1: It’s called the Wilhelm Scream, man. It’s like the one in Star Wars where the stormtrooper falls.
Explanation: The Wilhelm Scream is infamous for its widespread use in the movie industry (most notably in Star Wars).
3:42 Krillin: Huh. Maybe if I sing to it. I know a song that gets on everybody’s nerves!
Explanation: A reference to the most annoying song in the world
6:58 Vegeta: Thank you, sir, may I have another?
Explanation: A reference to Animal House
7:20 Jeice: Clever girl
Explanation: Jurassic Park ref

Episode 24: The Best Laid Plans of Saiyans and Nameks

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0:42 Freeza: We flew over an hour for this? It looks exactly the same as everywhere else on this godforsaken rock!
Nail: Hmph. Racist.
Freeza: Well, maybe so, but I can’t quite be a racist against a race that doesn't exist. Like the Clorfors. Dirty, money-grubbing Clorfors. Tried to clorf me right out of my money. Blew those little bastards up is what I did.
Explanation: Frieza, being evil, represents a caricature of a typical nazi/anti-semite here.
2:19 Gohan: What do you mean?
Krillin: Well, I mean, it feels like we’ve been here for, like, a year.
Explanation: The Frieza saga notoriously lasted for-frickin-ever, despite it supposedly only spanning like a week
6:41 Vegeta: First immortality, then the bitches… (“Minnie The Moocher” plays as the three sneak off)
Explanation: Minnie The Moocher is a a famous jazz song. Played in the movie The Blues Brothers

Episode 25: Nail is Piccolo, and so can you!

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Title explanation: reference to I Am America (And So Can You!) by Stephen Colbert
Piccolo: Wow. Unreal! My gosh. This is amazing! I feel INCREDIBLLLLE! Yes! Yes! Yes! Yes! I can win! I feel great! I—CAN—DO—THIS—HAAA—
Explanation: parody of Piccolo's excessive reaction to fusing with Nail
King vegeta: Freeza, can I sit down and have a word with—
Freeza: Shoryuken!
Generic fight game announcer: K.O! You win!
Freeza: Yatta.
Explanation: Shoryuken is a famous Street Fighter uppercut attack. Similarly, Yatta is the famous victory exclamation of Chun-li from Street Fighter.
Freeza: (sings to “My Favorite Things”) Peaceful young races with fires on their houses, millions of voices all silenced like mouses, watching the cowards bow towards their new king; these are a few of my favorite things…
Explanation: His song is a parody of My Favorite Things, a song made famous by Sound of Music

Episode 26: Alien VS. Piccolo

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Title explanation: Alien vs Predator reference
Vegeta: No one ever goes to Freeza Planet 419. Not since its species miraculously repopulated.
Explanation: aka Kanassa, which is populated by a race of highly annoying telepathics, featured in the DBZ movie Bardock - The Father of Goku
Freeza: So, Namekian, what do you think of my third form?
Piccolo: I think Ridley Scott’s gonna sue somebody.
Explanation: aliens ref
Dende: Because you touch me, and you’re not getting back up again. That’s right. I’m your White Mage. And NOBODY f**ks with the White Mage. *gets blown up by Freeza*
Explanation: White Mage
Gohan: (thinking) Crap baskets
Explanation: another great innocent Gohan cuss

Episode 27: The Saiyan Formerly Known as Prince

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Title explanation: the artist formerly known as prince
Vegeta: Healer’s down!
Krillin: Need a rez!
Gohan: Out of manna!
Explanation: rpg reference
Goku: Awesome. I’ma deck you in the schnozz!!!
Freeza: I’m sorry, that’s a new one. Uh...who...are you, exactly?
Explanation: reference to past episode

Episode 28: Leave it to Freezer

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Title explanation: Leave it to Beaver reference
8:38 Freeza: Uagh!
Krillin: Huh. What’s that?
Krillin: Grooooooooossss! *Krillin owned count 27*
Explanation: Frieza puke (from being spun around by Goku) nails Krillin
Goku: Awesome. I’ma deck you in the schnozz!!!
Freeza: I’m sorry, that’s a new one. Uh...who...are you, exactly?