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* Angela's hair style and color are very similar to that of [[Zangya]] from the movie "''[[Bojack Unbound]]''" (which premired two months prior). This may not be a coinsidence as [[Toei Animation]] has a track record of using look-alikes in their original material.
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* Angela's hair style and color are very similar to that of [[Zangya]] from the movie "''[[Bojack Unbound]]''" (which premired two months prior). This may not be a coinsidence as [[Toei Animation]] has a track record of using look-alikes in their original material.
 
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Revision as of 14:50, June 20, 2009

This article is about the Orange Star High School student. For Lord Slug's henchman, see Angila.

Angela is a fictional character in the Dragon Ball franchise. She makes her debut (and ultimately, her only appearance) in "Gohan's First Date", the 202nd episode of Dragon Ball Z, which premiered on September 29, 1993.

Biography

Angela is a fellow student of Gohan's at Orange Star High School during the Great Saiyaman Saga. She has long red hair and wears contact lenses. In "Gohan's First Date", Angela blackmails Gohan, who is certain she knows he is the secret identity of the Great Saiyaman, into taking her on a date in order to keep her from revealing his secret. It is eventually announced that her bribe was actually the result of recently spotting him wearing teddy bear underwear. Afterward, Angela misunderstands that Gohan wants to give Videl a kiss, thus she dumps him and falls for another boy, leaving Gohan embarrassed and humiliated.

Trivia

  • Angela's hair style and color are very similar to that of Zangya from the movie "Bojack Unbound" (which premired two months prior). This may not be a coinsidence as Toei Animation has a track record of using look-alikes in their original material.
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