Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot is missing the infamous 'It's Over 9000' meme

Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot is missing the series' infamous 'It's Over 9000' meme, with DBZ: Kakarot not including the popular meme in its Saiyan Saga.

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2pacalypsenow31d ago


You mean the scene? Memes didn't exist in 1989.

S2Killinit31d ago

True. But it did turn into a meme years later

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I_am_Batman31d ago

Memes existed throughout human history. Internet memes are a subcategory. The term 'meme' was coined by Richard Dawkins in his book "The Selfish Gene", which came out in 1976.

ShadowWolf71231d ago

Funny thing is the actual line is "Over 8,000" and Vegeta's supposed to be more extremely annoyed than shrieking.

That's the bit that became the meme.

Myst-Vearn31d ago

Jokes and memes fade and stop being funny eventually.

CorndogBurglar31d ago

Except that it's not a joke or a meme. It's an actual scene from the show. There's nothing funny about it. Vegeta says this when he's reading Goku's power level for the first time. That's it.

Jokes and memes came later and started adding it to all kinds of other things. But it's not a joke at all.

ShadowWolf71231d ago (Edited 31d ago )

Actually, no. He originally says "over 8000", 9000 was a random change.

CorndogBurglar31d ago (Edited 31d ago )


Okay, in the original Japanese dub, fine, he says 8000. In the English Funimation dub, which MOST people in the US saw, it's over 9000.

It doesn't change the point of any of my comment. It's not a meme.

zielocz3k31d ago

Its missing a lot of other scenes but yeah "9000" is kinda iconic

DarkZane31d ago

Why would they put a scene that was a translation and dub mistake in the original anime? It's 8000 and Vegeta is only slightly annoyed, not angry.

Outlawzz31d ago (Edited 31d ago )

Wow I haven't got to that part but really ?!! They had one job in that part. Get the 9000 scene in there. Should have been top priority during development.

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