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Dragon Ball GT (TV Series 1996–2002) Poster

(1996–2002)

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Goku goes Super Saiyan while he has a tail in this series. According to Z, this was impossible.
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Incorrectly regarded as goofs 

Z often established that people can't keep their bodies if they go to hell. While GT contradicts this (particularly noticeable in the Super 17 arc.), even the original series often disregarded this "rule" and featured villains in hell retaining their bodies in several episodes.
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Plot holes 

Krillin has aged into an old man yet Yamcha and Tien, who are OLDER than Krillin, have not.
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Goku finds Super Android 17 by tracking his Ki. Androids don't have a Ki.
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In the final episode, Turtle says he's nowhere near a thousand years old, despite having celebrated his thousandth birthday in DBZ, following the Garlic Jr. Saga.
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It was previously established that characters who are killed in the afterlife cease to exist. Yet in this show, when Frieza and Cell are killed in Hell, they simply regenerate endlessly, completely contradicting the original rule.
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