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"So, let's get the tournament underway. Who will be first? Will it be Goku to start things off?"

"Losers Fight First" (ちょっとった!!サタンぐんだんおおあば Chotto Matta!! Satan Gundan Ōabare, lit. "Wait Just a Minute!! The Great Satan Army Arrives") is the eleventh episode of the Cell Games Saga and the one hundred seventy-sixth overall episode in the uncut Dragon Ball Z series. This episode first aired in Japan on March 3, 1993. Its original American airdate was November 28, 2000.




Cell asks who is going first. Mr. Satan steps up and says he will. Goku tries to warn him that he should not fight Cell. Krillin tells Goku it was no use trying to talk sense into guys like Mr. Satan and Jimmy Firecracker (the news reporter). The news reporter tells Lionel, the cameraman, to do a close-up on "the guy with the big hair" (Goku). "Only a moment ago, this long-haired hippy told the world's greatest hero to back down," he says in his announcer voice. At the news-station, the spectators are saying stuff like, "Who do you think you are?", at Goku.



At King Castle, King Furry says that "the long-haired hippy" looked familiar. "I know him, or someone who looked like him. Many years ago, there was a young boy who saved the world from the evil King Piccolo. I'll never forget that innocent look on his face. But his eyes, his eyes are different and so is his hair. Maybe my memory just isn't what it used to be."


Mr. Satan using the Dynamite Kick

Krillin is still telling Goku that they should just let "the big dufus" fight because they could just revive him with the Dragon Balls if he is killed. Mr. Satan is about to take off his cloak, when, "Hey everybody. It is time to get happy!", a woman was shouting from a pink helicopter with "PiRoSHiKi & CaRoNi" written on it. Out of the helicopter, jump a long, blonde-haired man with a rose insignia on his shirt and a big slab of muscle with an elephant mask on his head. Then a beautiful woman with long, puffy, orange hair jumps out and is caught by the man with the elephant mask. The long, blonde-haired man does a twirl and calls himself Caroni, then the big guy shows his muscles off and calls himself Pirozhki. The puffy haired woman is their manager, Miss Piiza. Caroni and Pirozhki tell Hercule that they would defeat Perfect Cell easily. Mr. Satan agrees that he should not waste his time. The spectators at the news-station think that the tag-team of Caroni and Pirozhki would take away their worries.


Perfect Cell effortlessly knocks away Mr. Satan

Caroni decides he would go first and to show off, he throws a bouquet of roses in the air and slices them into petals. He calls them a funeral bouquet for Cell. Piiza and the manager/news reporter agree that the match would not last more than one round. Krillin says he has a headache. The manager/news reporter explains the rules. Caroni prepares his "Beautiful Flying Rose Attack" and Cell flicks him away with his energy. Caroni lands outside the ring. Mr. Satan says he had always considered Caroni as the son he never had, but he never measured up to the father. Goku and Cell stare at each other.

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Z Fighters' reaction to Mr. Satan's performance at the Cell Games

Pirozhki gets ready to fight Cell, claiming that it is his turn. He takes off his mask, squeezes it into a ball, throws it into the air and then eats it. The manager/news reporter says to get ready for round two. Goku and Cell are still staring at each other. Pirozhki slaps his side twice, starts to spin his arms around and around and charges at Cell. He is using his never-survived "Megaton Bull Crusher", but it seems that he cannot hit Cell. The enormity of Cell's energy is enough to repel and flick away Pirozhki effortlessly. Mr. Satan simply says that Cell rigged the ring or coated himself with jalapeño pepper juice which Pirozhki is allergic to. Mr. Satan takes off his cloak and flicks off a capsule. Inside is a suitcase, which contains fifteen tiles. He stacks the tiles and makes a look that makes him look like he is meditating. He, then, smashed fourteen in one karate chop. Then he flew at Cell with his Dynamite Kick and started using an array of punches but got flicked away easily. Cell then stated that the tournament would now begin, and asked who was going to fight first.

Major Events[]

  • Mr. Satan and his apprentices battle against Cell.


  • Caroni vs. Cell (Perfect)
  • Pirozhki vs. Cell (Perfect)
  • Mr. Satan vs. Cell (Perfect)






Differences from the manga[]

  • The characters Miss Piiza, Caroni and Pirozhki never existed in the manga. Therefore all scenes involving them and their battles with Cell are exclusive to the anime.


  • The remastered version removes the jeering that the spectators give Goku after he warns Mr. Satan not to fight Cell. It also removes Jimmy Firecracker's line about Goku's supposed lack of respect when King Furry and his staff are watching the events on their TV screen.
  • Justin Cook takes over for Lionel starting from this episode after Eric Vale had done the cameraman's single line in "The Puzzle of General Tao". Cook will continue with the character for the remainder of his appearances.
  • The edited English dubs shorten Caroni's introduction by a few seconds to remove him wiggling his hips in a suggestive manner. However, when Caroni attempts to fight Cell, his wiggling is retained.
  • In the original Japanese broadcast, the first 15 seconds of the next episode preview were devoted to next week's show, and the other 15 seconds were devoted to a movie ticket lottery drawing for Dragon Ball Z: Broly - The Legendary Super Saiyan (released in theaters on March 6, 1993). This preview was not included in the Dragon Box. Instead, the preview used was the rerun version for the next normal episode, "Goku vs. Cell".


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