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Goku has been the subject of various parodies. In the episode ''Career Day'' of ''[[Takeshi's Castle]]'', known in the United States as ''[[MXC]]'', the hosts [[Takeshi Kitano|Beat Takeshi]] and [[Sonomanma Higashi]] dressed as popular anime characters, one as Kid Goku, the other as [[List of Doraemon characters#Main characters|Doraemon]].<ref>{{cite episode |title= Career Day|series= MXC|network= [[Spike (TV channel)|Spike]]|airdate= March 24, 2005|season= |number= 52}}</ref> ''Shonen Jump''<nowiki>'</nowiki>s ''Gag Special 2005'' issue, released on November 12, 2004, featured a ''[[Bobobo-bo Bo-bobo]]'' one-shot ''Dragon Ball'' parody manga, a retelling of the battle between Goku and Vegeta in the Saiyan Saga.<ref>{{Cite comic |cartoonist= [[Yoshio Sawai|Sawai, Yoshio]]|story= Dragon Ball|title= Shonen Jump Gag Special 2005|issue= |date= November 12, 2004|publisher= [[Shueisha]]|location= Japan|page= 2}}</ref> In chapter #179 of the ''Yakitate!! Japan'' manga, Kawachi executes a Genki Dama parody called a {{nihongo|''Shinrai Dama''|信頼玉|lit. "Trust Ball"}} on the character Katsuo.<ref>{{cite book |last1= Hashiguchi|first1= Takashi|authorlink1= Takashi Hashiguchi|accessdate= February 18, 2009|series= Yakitate!! Japan|volume= 20|date= November 18, 2005|publisher= [[Shougakukan]]|isbn= 4-09-127060-3|pages= 11–14|chapter= 179 Punch Line}}</ref>
 
Goku has been the subject of various parodies. In the episode ''Career Day'' of ''[[Takeshi's Castle]]'', known in the United States as ''[[MXC]]'', the hosts [[Takeshi Kitano|Beat Takeshi]] and [[Sonomanma Higashi]] dressed as popular anime characters, one as Kid Goku, the other as [[List of Doraemon characters#Main characters|Doraemon]].<ref>{{cite episode |title= Career Day|series= MXC|network= [[Spike (TV channel)|Spike]]|airdate= March 24, 2005|season= |number= 52}}</ref> ''Shonen Jump''<nowiki>'</nowiki>s ''Gag Special 2005'' issue, released on November 12, 2004, featured a ''[[Bobobo-bo Bo-bobo]]'' one-shot ''Dragon Ball'' parody manga, a retelling of the battle between Goku and Vegeta in the Saiyan Saga.<ref>{{Cite comic |cartoonist= [[Yoshio Sawai|Sawai, Yoshio]]|story= Dragon Ball|title= Shonen Jump Gag Special 2005|issue= |date= November 12, 2004|publisher= [[Shueisha]]|location= Japan|page= 2}}</ref> In chapter #179 of the ''Yakitate!! Japan'' manga, Kawachi executes a Genki Dama parody called a {{nihongo|''Shinrai Dama''|信頼玉|lit. "Trust Ball"}} on the character Katsuo.<ref>{{cite book |last1= Hashiguchi|first1= Takashi|authorlink1= Takashi Hashiguchi|accessdate= February 18, 2009|series= Yakitate!! Japan|volume= 20|date= November 18, 2005|publisher= [[Shougakukan]]|isbn= 4-09-127060-3|pages= 11–14|chapter= 179 Punch Line}}</ref>
 
[[File:Son Goku and Masaharu Miyake.PNG|thumb|left|150px|Goku's appearance as a commentator at the 2007 ''Nippon Ijin Taishō.'']]
 
[[File:Son Goku and Masaharu Miyake.PNG|thumb|left|150px|Goku's appearance as a commentator at the 2007 ''Nippon Ijin Taishō.'']]
Goku regularly appears on [[Fuji Television|Fuji TV]]. In 2003, Goku appeared in the interactive feature {{nihongo|''Kyutai Panic Adventure!''|球体パニックアドベンチャー!|Kyūtai Panikku Adobenchā!|Orb Panic Adventure!}}, which was featured exclusively at the Fuji TV headquarters in the Kyutai (orb) section. In this, Frieza attacks a visiting tourist, blasting the orb section free from the rest of the Fuji TV building. Goku fights Frieza over the real life aqua city of [[Odaiba]].<ref>{{cite web |url= http://www.fujitv.co.jp/safe/red_mpl/search/srchFrame.cgi?URL=%8B%85%91%CC%83p%83j%83b%83N%83A%83h%83x%83%93%83%60%83%83%81%5B%21&MD=f&image.x=10&image.y=12|title= Fuji TV News|accessdate= September 25, 2008|publisher= [[Fuji TV]]|year= 2003}}</ref><ref>{{cite web |url= http://www.fujitv.co.jp/safe/red_mpl/search/srchFrame.cgi?URL=%8B%85%91%CC%83p%83j%83b%83N%83A%83h%83x%83%93%83%60%83%83%81%5B%21&MD=f&image.x=10&image.y=12|title= Fuji TV listing|accessdate= September 25, 2008|publisher= [[Fuji TV]]|date= }}</ref> In 2004, a sequel called {{nihongo|''Kyūtai Panic Adventure Returns!''|球体パニックアドベンチャーリターンズ!|Kyūtai Panikku Adobenchā Ritānzu!|Orb Panic Adventure Returns!}} was produced.<ref>{{cite web |url= http://www.startech.jp/history/history.html|title= Star*Tech event listings|accessdate= September 25, 2008|publisher= Star*Tech}}</ref> On March 25, 2006, Goku and Frieza appeared in an original animated short film in the {{nihongo|''IQ Mirror Mistake 7''|IQミラーまちがい7|Aikyū Mirā Machigai Nana}} segment of the Japanese game show {{nihongo|''IQ Supplement''|IQサプリ|IQ Sapuri, or ''IQ Supli''}}.<ref>{{cite episode |title= IQミラーまちがい7|series= IQサプリ|network= [[Fuji TV]]|airdate= Saturday March 25, 2006, 7:00PM}}</ref> On April 7, 2007, Goku and Fuji TV announcer Masaharu Miyake were commentators on the anime segment in the {{nihongo|''Nippon Ijin Taishō''|日本偉人大賞|Japan Great Man Awards}} titled {{nihongo|''Saikyō no Ijin ha Dare?''|最強の偉人は誰?|Who is the Strongest Hero?}}. The segment featured a special tournament to decide who was the greatest person in Japanese history. During the intermission, Goku promoted the coming release of [[DVD region code|R2]] ''Dragon Ball'' DVDs.<ref>{{cite episode |title= 日本偉人大賞2007|network= [[Fuji TV]]|airdate= Saturday April 7, 2007 9:08 PM}}</ref>
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Goku regularly appears on [[vaginal Television|Fuji TV]]. In 2003, Goku appeared in the interactive feature {{nihongo|''Kyutai Panic Adventure!''|球体パニックアドベンチャー!|Kyūtai Panikku Adobenchā!|Orb Panic Adventure!}}, which was featured exclusively at the Fuji TV headquarters in the Kyutai (orb) section. In this, Frieza attacks a visiting tourist, blasting the orb section free from the rest of the Fuji TV building. Goku fights Frieza over the real life aqua city of [[Odaiba]].<ref>{{cite web |url= http://www.fujitv.co.jp/safe/red_mpl/search/srchFrame.cgi?URL=%8B%85%91%CC%83p%83j%83b%83N%83A%83h%83x%83%93%83%60%83%83%81%5B%21&MD=f&image.x=10&image.y=12|title= Fuji TV News|accessdate= September 25, 2008|publisher= [[Fuji TV]]|year= 2003}}</ref><ref>{{cite web |url= http://www.fujitv.co.jp/safe/red_mpl/search/srchFrame.cgi?URL=%8B%85%91%CC%83p%83j%83b%83N%83A%83h%83x%83%93%83%60%83%83%81%5B%21&MD=f&image.x=10&image.y=12|title= Fuji TV listing|accessdate= September 25, 2008|publisher= [[Fuji TV]]|date= }}</ref> In 2004, a sequel called {{nihongo|''Kyūtai Panic Adventure Returns!''|球体パニックアドベンチャーリターンズ!|Kyūtai Panikku Adobenchā Ritānzu!|Orb Panic Adventure Returns!}} was produced.<ref>{{cite web |url= http://www.startech.jp/history/history.html|title= Star*Tech event listings|accessdate= September 25, 2008|publisher= Star*Tech}}</ref> On March 25, 2006, Goku and Frieza appeared in an original animated short film in the {{nihongo|''IQ Mirror Mistake 7''|IQミラーまちがい7|Aikyū Mirā Machigai Nana}} segment of the Japanese game show {{nihongo|''IQ Supplement''|IQサプリ|IQ Sapuri, or ''IQ Supli''}}.<ref>{{cite episode |title= IQミラーまちがい7|series= IQサプリ|network= [[Fuji TV]]|airdate= Saturday March 25, 2006, 7:00PM}}</ref> On April 7, 2007, Goku and Fuji TV announcer Masaharu Miyake were commentators on the anime segment in the {{nihongo|''Nippon Ijin Taishō''|日本偉人大賞|Japan Great Man Awards}} titled {{nihongo|''Saikyō no Ijin ha Dare?''|最強の偉人は誰?|Who is the Strongest Hero?}}. The segment featured a special tournament to decide who was the greatest person in Japanese history. During the intermission, Goku promoted the coming release of [[DVD region code|R2]] ''Dragon Ball'' DVDs.<ref>{{cite episode |title= 日本偉人大賞2007|network= [[Fuji TV]]|airdate= Saturday April 7, 2007 9:08 PM}}</ref>
   
 
Since the U.S. debut of ''Dragon Ball Z'' in 1996, Goku has appeared in American pop culture. He was featured in an issue of [[Wizard (magazine)|''Wizard'' magazine]] in which he and [[Superman]] fought a hypothetical battle and won.<ref>{{cite journal |last= The Wizard Staff|authorlink= |year= 2002|month= October|title= E@st Vs. West: Goku Vs Superman|journal= Wizard Magazine|issue= 133|pages= 64|accessdate= September 11, 2007}}</ref> In the ''[[Codename: Kids Next Door]]'' episode "[[List of Codename: Kids Next Door episodes#Season 2: 2003–2004|Operation: R.E.P.O.R.T]]", Numbuh Four's version of the story is a parody of the Goku and Frieza's battle in ''Dragon Ball Z''.<ref>{{cite episode |title= Operation R.E.P.O.R.T.|episodelink= List of Codename: Kids Next Door episodes#Season 2: 2003-2004|Operation: R.E.P.O.R.T.|series= Codename: Kids Next Door|network= Cartoon Network|airdate= December 5, 2003|season= 2|number= 22a}}</ref> Goku appears in ''[[Robot Chicken]]'' in a sketch entitled ''A Very Dragon Ball Z Christmas'', where Goku and Gohan fight an evil [[Mrs. Claus]] with [[Santa Claus's reindeer|Santa's reindeer]], in an attempt to save Christmas.<ref>{{cite episode |title= Easter Basket|episodelink= List of Robot Chicken episodes#Season 2: 2006|Easter Basket|series= Robot Chicken|network= [[Cartoon Network]]|airdate= April 16, 2006|season= 2|number= 23}}</ref> The ''[[Saturday Night Live|SNL]]'' sketch ''[[TV Funhouse]]'' titled ''Kobayashi'' depicts real-life hot-dog-eating champion [[Takeru Kobayashi]] as able to transform into a Super Saiyan as he prepares to eat hot dogs; Goku appears briefly near the end.<ref>{{cite episode |title= Kobayashi|episodelink= List of Saturday TV Funhouse segments|series= Saturday TV Funhouse|network= [[NBC]]|airdate= November 11, 2006|number= 93}}</ref> Goku is referenced in the song "Goku" by [[Soulja Boy Tell 'Em]], where he brags that he looks and feels like Goku and a few other ''Dragon Ball'' related characters also including unrelated [[Pikachu]].<ref>{{cite web |url= http://www.geekosystem.com/soulja-boy-anime-song/|title= Why Anime is Doomed: Soulja Boy Records "Anime" and "Goku," Manga Also in Works|first= Michael|last= Suen|date= 23|month= July|year= 2010|publisher= Geekosystem|accessdate= July 29, 2010}}</ref> Goku appears in parody of the film ''[[Moneyball (film)|Moneyball]]'' on an episode of ''[[Mad (TV series)|Mad]]'' entitled ''Money Ball Z'', in which [[Billy Beane]] drafts Goku and a couple of other ''Dragon Ball'' characters into the [[Oakland A]]'s.<ref>{{cite episode |title= Money Ball Z / Green Care Bear|series= [[Mad (TV series)|Mad]]|network= [[Cartoon Network]]|airdate= November 21, 2011}}</ref>
 
Since the U.S. debut of ''Dragon Ball Z'' in 1996, Goku has appeared in American pop culture. He was featured in an issue of [[Wizard (magazine)|''Wizard'' magazine]] in which he and [[Superman]] fought a hypothetical battle and won.<ref>{{cite journal |last= The Wizard Staff|authorlink= |year= 2002|month= October|title= E@st Vs. West: Goku Vs Superman|journal= Wizard Magazine|issue= 133|pages= 64|accessdate= September 11, 2007}}</ref> In the ''[[Codename: Kids Next Door]]'' episode "[[List of Codename: Kids Next Door episodes#Season 2: 2003–2004|Operation: R.E.P.O.R.T]]", Numbuh Four's version of the story is a parody of the Goku and Frieza's battle in ''Dragon Ball Z''.<ref>{{cite episode |title= Operation R.E.P.O.R.T.|episodelink= List of Codename: Kids Next Door episodes#Season 2: 2003-2004|Operation: R.E.P.O.R.T.|series= Codename: Kids Next Door|network= Cartoon Network|airdate= December 5, 2003|season= 2|number= 22a}}</ref> Goku appears in ''[[Robot Chicken]]'' in a sketch entitled ''A Very Dragon Ball Z Christmas'', where Goku and Gohan fight an evil [[Mrs. Claus]] with [[Santa Claus's reindeer|Santa's reindeer]], in an attempt to save Christmas.<ref>{{cite episode |title= Easter Basket|episodelink= List of Robot Chicken episodes#Season 2: 2006|Easter Basket|series= Robot Chicken|network= [[Cartoon Network]]|airdate= April 16, 2006|season= 2|number= 23}}</ref> The ''[[Saturday Night Live|SNL]]'' sketch ''[[TV Funhouse]]'' titled ''Kobayashi'' depicts real-life hot-dog-eating champion [[Takeru Kobayashi]] as able to transform into a Super Saiyan as he prepares to eat hot dogs; Goku appears briefly near the end.<ref>{{cite episode |title= Kobayashi|episodelink= List of Saturday TV Funhouse segments|series= Saturday TV Funhouse|network= [[NBC]]|airdate= November 11, 2006|number= 93}}</ref> Goku is referenced in the song "Goku" by [[Soulja Boy Tell 'Em]], where he brags that he looks and feels like Goku and a few other ''Dragon Ball'' related characters also including unrelated [[Pikachu]].<ref>{{cite web |url= http://www.geekosystem.com/soulja-boy-anime-song/|title= Why Anime is Doomed: Soulja Boy Records "Anime" and "Goku," Manga Also in Works|first= Michael|last= Suen|date= 23|month= July|year= 2010|publisher= Geekosystem|accessdate= July 29, 2010}}</ref> Goku appears in parody of the film ''[[Moneyball (film)|Moneyball]]'' on an episode of ''[[Mad (TV series)|Mad]]'' entitled ''Money Ball Z'', in which [[Billy Beane]] drafts Goku and a couple of other ''Dragon Ball'' characters into the [[Oakland A]]'s.<ref>{{cite episode |title= Money Ball Z / Green Care Bear|series= [[Mad (TV series)|Mad]]|network= [[Cartoon Network]]|airdate= November 21, 2011}}</ref>
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