An anime that really has nothing to do with the original stories of Dragon Ball and Dragon Ball Z. It was made because fans wanted more.After departing the World Martial Arts Tournament, Goku and Uub are nearly finished with their intense training session at the Lookout. In fact, Dende considers it a miracle that the Lookout is still in one piece! But all is not well. Emperor Pilaf has managed to summon Shenron! With the planet's future hanging by a single wish from Pilaf's mouth, Goku braces for the worst. What does Pilaf desire? And more importantly, what does he get?! See where the final chapter of Goku's incredible story begins!A note about the FUNimation release of the Dragon Ball GT series (US market)Episodes were renumbered (compared to original release). Episode 1 is a summary of episodes 1-16 of the original Japanese version (64 episodes). This is why it's only 49 episodes (64 minus 15).However, after FUNimation released the "US version" of GT (49 episodes), they decided it was a good idea to also release the 16 episodes they left out in their "US version". Hence "The Lost Episodes" were born. These episodes are nothing more than the "US version" of the original first 16 episodes of the "Japanese version" of GT. Therefore, if you combine "The Lost Episodes" with the "US version" and discard the first episode of the "US version", you will get the 64 episodes that the "Japanese Version" of GT consists of, and you will have a complete version of Dragon Ball GT in English.If this does not make sense to you, please contact FUNimation for more information. :PA note about the German TV release of the Dragonball GT series (the special is buyable only on DVD)The channel RTL 2 did not air 13 episodes. The episodes which were not aired are: 29, 38, 46, 47, 54, 55, 56, 57, 59, 60, 61, 62 and 63.