Dragon Ball Z and Johnny Bravo had a crossover and here is the proof | EarthGamer
What happens is that it is not actually a regular episode of this animated series. It is part of a short called JBVO: Your All Request Cartoon Show, with a format similar to a talk show.
This began its broadcast on April 2, 2000 and its last episode came out in mid-2001. It is in the sixth installment of this program enlivened by Johnny Bravo that Dragon Ball Z entered the scene.
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Those who watched the program could request via mail that one of the Cartoon Network cartoons be shown.
In general, part of an episode appeared, but those that lasted half an hour were left out. But on one occasion there was an exception.
Fuente: Toei Animation.
That was when an audience member, known only as Jennifer, from Sterling, Colorado, asked for an episode of Dragon Ball Z.
So they liked him and what could be seen on the broadcast was Goku turned into a super saiyan giving Frieza the beating of his life.
But due to how long this battle lasted, everything happened in fast motion. In addition, Johnny Bravo’s comments could be heard where he talked about what was happening.
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It is at the end that Johnny apologizes to Jennifer for having handled things so quickly. As it appears in the video, there was even a telephone conversation and everything.
The thing is, this episode of JBVO: Your All Request Cartoon Show with Johnny Bravo from Dragon Ball Z was missing for years.
It’s understandable that Cartoon Network never aired it again. Not just because of how old it is but because of the copyrights involved.
Fuente: Internet Archive.
Without a doubt, it was quite an experience to listen to the actor Jeff Bennett, who plays Johnny in English, interact with the public. This episode is titled ‘I’ve Been Practicing’ and aired on May 7, 2000.
It is only thanks to the Internet Archive, which preserved this material, that this matter can now be discussed again. Too bad this Cartoon Network character is not as present today as he was in the past, since he was very funny.
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