List of One Piece episodes (season 8)

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The cover of the first DVD compilation released by Toei Animation of the eighth season

The eighth season of the One Piece anime series contains The "Water Seven" Chapter. Its episodes are directed by Kōnosuke Uda and Munehisa Sakai and produced by Toei Animation. The episodes are based on Eiichirō Oda's One Piece manga series, and adapt the 34th through 39th volumes of its source material over thirty-five episodes. They initially ran from April 17, 2005 through April 30, 2006 on Fuji TV. Twelve DVD compilations, each containing three episodes, were released by Toei between January 10, 2007 to December 5, 2007.[1][2] In October 2011, FUNimation announced they had acquired this season, along with the entirety of the previous season for release as part of their own US "Season Four".[3] The press release stated that the episodes would be featured in 16:9 widescreen. The press release also mentioned that the episodes would be released in "HD" hinting at a possible Blu-ray release, but made no direct mention of the high definition disc format.

The season centers around the intrigue of Water Seven as Nico Robin leaves the crew to seemingly join up with Cipher Pol No. 9, a hidden organization under the world government as the Straw Hat Pirates are accused of an attempted assassination on Iceberg, the leader of Water Seven and the Galley-La Company. Meanwhile, most of their money is stolen from Usopp by Franky's henchmen before they could use it for repairs. Later, after finding out the Going Merry was unrepairable, Usopp leaves when Luffy reluctantly admits that the ship is done for.

The season uses five pieces of theme music: one opening theme and four ending themes. The opening theme is "Kokoro no Chizu" (ココロのちず?) by BOYSTYLE. The four ending themes are "Mirai Kōkai" (未来航海?) by Tackey & Tsubasa, used in the first two episodes; "Eternal Pose" (エターナルポーズ?) by Asia Engineer, used to end episodes 231 to 245; "Dear friends" by TRIPLANE, used for episodes 246 to 255; and "Asu wa kuru kara" (明日は来るから?) by TVXQ, which was used for the remainder of the season. In English speaking territories, "Mirai Koukai" was replaced with "Eternal Pose" due to music licensing issues.[4]

Episode list[edit]

The "Water Seven" Chapter[edit]

No. Title Original airdate English airdate[n 1]
229 "The Dashing Sea Train and the City of Water: Water Seven!"
"Shissō umi ressha to mizu no miyako Uōtā Seven" (疾走海列車と水の都ウォーターセブン) 
April 17, 2005[5][6] October 26, 2013
After the Going Merry narrowly escapes being hit by a "sea train", the crew meets an old woman, Kokoro, and her granddaughter, Chimney. Kokoro gives Luffy a map to Water Seven. Luffy, Nami, and Usopp buy boats driven by sea monsters called "yagara". 
230 "Adventure in the City on the Water! Head to the Mammoth Shipbuilding Plant!"
"Suijō toshi no bōken! Mezase kyodai sōsen kōjō" (水上都市の冒険!目指せ巨大造船工場) 
April 24, 2005[7][8] November 2, 2013
Luffy, Nami, and Usopp get strange greetings from the residents and they get to experience the roller coaster-like channels of Water Seven. Luffy find out that some pirates had been beaten at the hands of some powerful craftsmen; the Galley La Company. Chopper loses Robin and some strange new people threaten Zoro back on the ship. 
231 "The Franky Family and Iceburg!"
"Furankī ikka to Aisubāgu-san" (フランキー一家とアイスバーグさん) 
May 1, 2005[9] November 9, 2013
The people who attacked Zoro reveal themselves to be the feared "Franky Family", though they're no match for Zoro. Luffy have their gold exchanged for cash. After, they meet a man who resembles Usopp, Galley La's carpenter employment foreman, Kaku. Usopp's cut of the money is stolen by the Franky Family. 
232 "Galley-La Company! A Grand Sight: Dock #1!"
"Garēra Kanpanī! Soukan ichiban Dokku" (ガレーラカンパニー!壮観一番ドック) 
May 15, 2005[10][11] November 16, 2013
Paulie makes his debut when he retrieves Usopp's stolen money as he runs from debt collectors. Kalifa shows Luffy, Nami, and Usopp around Dock No. 1 and tells them how Iceburg founded the Galley La Company. Kaku returns from the Going Merry and tells them that their keel is irreparably damaged. 
233 "Pirate Abduction Incident! A Pirate Ship That Can Only Await Her End!"
"Kaizoku yūkai jiken to shi o matsu dake no kaizokusen" (海賊誘拐事件と死を待つだけの海賊船) 
May 22, 2005[12][13] November 23, 2013
Luffy refuses to believe that Galley La cannot repair the Going Merry. The two soon realize that not only is Usopp missing now, but the two brief cases that were returned to them are empty. Nami decides to head to Franky House and finds Usopp on the way in a pitiful state. As she heads back to the ship for help, Usopp goes to the Franky House himself. 
234 "Rescuing Our Friend! Raid On the Franky House!"
"Nakama kyūshutsu! Nagarikomi Furankī Hausu" (仲間救出!殴りこみフランキーハウス) 
June 5, 2005[14] November 30, 2013
Luffy, Sanji, Zoro, and Chopper follow Usopp's bloody trail to the Franky House, where they find him passed out in front. The four of them challenge the Franky Family only to find out that their real target, Franky himself, is gone and has taken the money with him. 
235 "Big Fight Under the Moon! The Pirate Flag Flutters With Sorrow!"
"Gekka no dai kenka! Kanashimi ni hirugaeru kaizoku hata!" (月下の大喧嘩!哀しみに翻る海賊旗!) 
June 12, 2005[15][16] January 4, 2014
Once they're back on the ship, Luffy has to finally tell Usopp that the Going Merry can no longer be repaired and that they've chosen to get a new ship without him. Usopp believes that Luffy has abandoned the dignity of their ship and says he's leaving the crew. That night, he challenges Luffy to a duel. 
236 "Luffy vs. Usopp! Collision of Two Men's Pride!"
"Rufi VS Usoppu! Butsukaru otoko no iji" (ルフィvsウソップ!ぶつかる男の意地) 
June 19, 2005[17] January 11, 2014
Usopp fights Luffy in order to decide who keeps the Going Merry; he fights harder than he's ever fought before. Luffy actually seems to pose no threat but all the while, he's remembering what great friends they used to be, sailing together on the same ship. Even after taking a harsh beating, Luffy defeats Usopp. They leave Usopp and the ship behind. 
237 "Severe Shock Hits the City of Water! Iceberg Targeted!"
"Gekishin mizu no miyako! Newareta Aisubāgu" (激震水の都!狙われたアイスバーグ) 
July 3, 2005[18][19] January 18, 2014
The Strawhats get themselves a hotel room. Nami finds the crew on the roof with urgent news: Iceburg has been shot. As the Galley La Company frantically search for answers, Nami and Luffy decide to check on his condition – only to be met by closed gates. Franky appears then to exact his revenge – with style. 
238 "Gum-Gum Human vs. Fire-Breathing Cyborg!"
"Gomugomu ningen VS hi o fuku kaizō ningen" (ゴムゴム人間VS火を吹く改造人間) 
July 10, 2005[20] January 25, 2014
In the streets outside of the hospital, Luffy fights Franky. Inside, Iceburg recalls seeing Nico Robin and another tall man before he was shot. The Galley La company run outside and stop Franky and Luffy and tell them that they suspect the Strawhat Pirates of the crime. 
239 "The Straw Hat Pirates Are the Culprits? The Protectors of the City of Water!"
"Hannin wa mugiwara kaizokudan? Mizu no miyako no yōjinbo" (犯人は麦わら海賊団?水の都の用心棒) 
July 31, 2005[21][22] February 1, 2014
The Galley La Company continues to fight Luffy and Franky is enraged that they've stolen his opponent. An incredibly high tide called the "Aqua Laguna" is coming and Chopper and Sanji rush to warn Usopp. Luffy raises some chaos in order to meet with Iceburg and he demands to know what's happening. Iceburg says he wants to see Robin one more time. 
240 "Eternal Farewell? Nico Robin: The Woman Who Draws Darkness!"
"Eien no wakare? Yami o hiku onna Niko Robin" (永遠の別れ?闇を引く女ニコ·ロビン) 
August 7, 2005[23] February 8, 2014
In a bar, Franky talks with Kokoro about her theory on who shot Iceburg. The rumors she speaks of seem to have some truth as we see Robin meeting with someone from an organization called CP9. While the crew hide from angry residents, Sanji and Chopper discover Robin and she tells them what they've feared: she's responsible and she wants to part ways. 
241 "Capture Robin! The Determination of the Straw Hats!"
"Robin o tsukamaero! Mugiwara ichimi no ketsui" (ロビンを捕まえろ!麦わら一味の決意) 
August 14, 2005[24] February 15, 2014
Chopper reunites with the others without Sanji and they discuss what's happened. Luffy decides that in order to know the full truth, they must catch Robin. Usopp attempts to repair the ship enough to withstand the Aqua Laguna and the Strawhats make their way to the Galley La Company. 
242 "Cannon Fire Is the Signal! CP9 Goes Into Action!"
"Aizu wa hōgeki to tomo ni! Ugokidashita CP9" (合図は砲撃と共に!動き出したCP9) 
August 21, 2005[25] February 22, 2014
The Strawhats (still missing Sanji) rush to Galley La where Robin and CP9 begin a raid. In Iceburg's room, Robin and the mysterious man Iceburg saw before, tell him that they've purposely placed the blame on the pirates. Their true aim is the blueprints he would've passed down to Paulie. Luffy separates from his group. 
243 "CP9 Takes Off Their Masks! Their Shocking True Faces!"
"Kamen o totta CP9! Sono odoroki no sugao" (仮面を取ったCP9!その驚きの素顔) 
September 4, 2005[26][27] March 1, 2014
Robin speaks with Iceburg inside his room still. We already know that Robin can read the poneglyphs - and it seems Iceburg is the one with the blueprints to the ultimate weapon, Pluton. The true enemies are revealed to be Iceburg's own allies. Elsewhere, Luffy is tied up with Paulie after Paulie tells members of CP9 that his blueprints are fake. 
244 "Secret Bond! Iceberg and Franky!"
"Hisometa kizuna! Aisubāgu to Furankī" (秘めた絆!アイスバーグとフランキー) 
September 11, 2005[28][29] March 8, 2014
Lucci tells Iceburg their hypothesis and has Kaku check his pulse to tell if the things he tells him are true. They suspect that Iceburg's friend from the past, Cutty Flam, is really Franky and it's revealed to be true. Therefore, Franky has the real blueprints. The Strawhat Pirates and Paulie break into the room where they find Iceburg and CP9. 
245 "Come Back, Robin! Showdown With CP9!"
"Kaette koi Robin! CP9 to no taiketsu!" (帰って来いロビン!CP9との対決!) 
September 18, 2005[30] March 15, 2014
Luffy and the others request that Robin comes back to the crew. She refuses and tells them that she cannot accomplish her "wish" if she were to stay with them. Robin turns to leave and CP9 try to hold the pirates back. Robin successfully escapes and Lucci shows those remaining his "transformation". 
246 "The Straw Hat Pirates Annihilated? The Menace of the Leopard Model!"
"Mugiwara kaizokudan zenmetsu? Moderu hyō no kyōi" (麦わら海賊団全滅?モデル豹の脅威!) 
October 23, 2005[31][32][n 2] March 22, 2014
Lucci's transformation is a result of a Devil's Fruit; a Zoan Type leopard. He quickly disposes of the crew and CP9 tie up Paulie and Iceburg, leaving them alone as the building slowly burns down around them. In Franky's underground hideout, Usopp tells him his story and Franky is finally touched. In return, Franky tells him a little about Tom's contributions to Water Seven. 
247 "The Man Who Is Loved Even by His Ship! Usopp's Tears!"
"Fune kara mo aisareta otoko! Usoppu no namida!" (船からも愛された男!ウソップの涙!) 
October 30, 2005[33][34] March 29, 2014
Usopp believes that the person who repaired the Going Merry in Skypeia was really the Going Merry itself. Franky says that the ship was inhabited by a spirit who enters ships who are dearly cared for. The spirit repaired their ship just enough for them to reach the next island. The doorbell rings from the sea side and the Galley La foremen enter. 
248 "Franky's Past! The Day the Sea Train First Ran!"
"Furankī no kako! Umi ressha ga hashitta hi" (フランキーの過去!海列車が走った日) 
November 6, 2005[35][36] April 5, 2014
The foremen discover Franky's hidden room and he fears they'll trample his memories. A long flashback ensues, covering Franky's past in Tom's Workers and how he and Iceburg helped create the Sea Train. 
249 "Spandam's Scheme! The Day the Sea Train Shook!"
"Supandamu no inbō! Umi ressha ga ureta hi" (スパンダムの陰謀!海列車が揺れた日) 
November 13, 2005[37] April 12, 2014
(Franky's flashback) Spandam, a CP5 representative, was determined to get Tom proven guilty in his trial so he could get the blueprints. As Franky walked into the town, people from the government began to attack with the battleships he had personally constructed. Tom and Iceburg run to their shipyard where they're attacked by two ships which also destroy the others. Iceburg tells Franky that he has to take responsibility or he'll never forgive him. 
250 "The End of the Legendary Man! The Day the Sea Train Cried!"
"Densetsu no otoko no saigo! Umi ressha ga naita hi" (伝説の男の最期!海列車が泣いた日) 
November 27, 2005[38][39][n 3] April 19, 2014
(Franky's flashback) Franky said that if a ship of his were to be used as a weapon, then it's no longer one of his ships. That enraged Tom and he punched Franky for the first time, telling him he had to take pride in the ships he created. He then told the judge that he would accept the punishment for both his previous crime and the recent attack. Franky tried to stop the train to Enies Lobby with his bare hands. 
251 "The Truth Behind Her Betrayal! Robin's Sorrowful Decision!"
"Uragiri no shinsō! Robin no kanashiki ketsui!" (裏切りの真相!ロビンの哀しき決意!) 
November 27, 2005[38][39][n 3] April 26, 2014
Chopper escapes the burning building with Paulie and Iceburg on his back and collapses outside. Iceburg tells Nami that CP9 threatened to destroy the Straw Hats if Robin didn't cooperate with them. Nami rushes to tell Chopper so they can go looking for the rest of the crew. Elsewhere, the foremen let go of the Going Merry so she would be destroyed at sea. 
252 "The Steam Whistle Forces Friends Apart! The Sea Train Starts to Run!"
"Nakama o hikihanasu kiteki! Hashiridasu umi ressha" (仲間を引き離す汽笛!走り出す海列車) 
December 4, 2005[40][41] May 3, 2014
Paulie helps clear the name of the Strawhats but doesn't tell the mob everything he knows. He gets the mob to follow Chopper so they can search for the rest of the crew. Nami goes her own way so she can rush to the Sea Train. As Nami nears the station, Sanji, ahead of her, approaches the train. 
253 "Sanji Barges In! Sea Train Battle in the Storm!"
"Sanji tsotsunyū! arashi no naka no umi ressha batoru!" (サンジ突入!嵐の中の海列車バトル!) 
December 11, 2005[42][43] May 10, 2014
Nami and the conductors are rescued by Paulie when the Aqua Laguna floods the main station. A man hands Nami a letter he found from Sanji. It informs her that Usopp, Franky, and he are on board the train that had just departed. On board, he storms the cars. High up in the city, Nami speaks with Kokoro and spots Luffy, stuck in between two buildings, in the back streets where the Aqua Laguna will hit first. 
254 "Nami's Soul Cries Out! Straw Hat Luffy Makes a Comeback!"
"Nami tamashii no sakebi! Mugiwara no Rufi fukukatsu!" (ナミ魂の叫び!麦わらのルフィ復活!) 
January 22, 2006[44][45] May 17, 2014
Nami finally reaches Luffy and tells him that he needs to hurry before Robin reaches Enies Lobby. Chopper finds Zoro and hands him the Sandai Kitetsu so he can escape the chimney. Luffy pushes apart the buildings he was stuck between and Paulie grabs them all so they can escape the Aqua Laguna's massive wave. 
255 "Another Sea Train? Rocketman Charges Forth!"
"Mō hitotsu no umi ressha? Rokettoman shutsugeki" (もう一つの海列車?ロケットマン出撃) 
January 29, 2006[46][47] May 24, 2014
Sanji fights his way through another train car and finds Usopp and Franky. Seeing how determined Luffy is to save Robin, Kokoro and Iceburg lends the Strawhat crew the use of another sea train, Rocket Man. The Franky Family shows up, pleading with Luffy to let them join them because they'll do anything for their leader. 
256 "Rescue Our Friends! A Bond Among Foes Sworn with Fists!"
"Nakama o sukue! Kobushi ni chikatta teki dōshi no kizuna!" (仲間を救え!拳に誓った敵同士の絆!) 
February 5, 2006[48][49] May 31, 2014
The Rocket Man finally makes it out to sea. As the train connects with the tracks, Luffy has to rescue Chimney before she's thrown off by the wind. In the meanwhile, Iceburg has a flashback about when he finally met Franky again in Water Seven. With Luffy and Chimney safe in the train, Paulie tells his fellow carpenters who the real culprits were. The Strawhats, Franky Family, and Galley La Company form an alliance. 
257 "Smash the Wave! Luffy and Zoro Use the Strongest Combo!"
"Nami o sake! Rufi to Zoro no saikyō gattai waza" (波を砕け!ルフィとゾロの最強合体技) 
February 26, 2006[50][51] June 7, 2014
Luffy and Zoro perform a move that acts similar to a cannon and blasts a hole through the wall of the tidal wave ahead of them, opening up a channel for them to pass through. They miraculously pass through unscathed and the passengers rejoice. Sanji contacts the rest of the crew and fills them in on his current situation. Usopp separates from them but later, when Sanji and Franky are spotted, a man named Sogeking comes to their rescue. 
258 "A Mysterious Man Appears?! His Name Is Sniperking!"
"Nazo no otoko tōjō!? Sono na wa Sogekingu!" (謎の男登場!?その名はそげキング!) 
March 5, 2006[52] June 14, 2014
Sogeking makes his grand entrance. Franky and Sanji aren't fooled by his costume but they try to humor him. They devise a plan first, then detach the last two cars and fight their way through the rest. Back in the Rocket Man, Luffy, Zoro, Nami, and Chopper get an outfit change; Nami shows off the weapon Usopp upgraded for her while he was still with them. 
259 "Showdown Between Cooks! Sanji vs. Ramen Kenpo"
"Kokku taiketsu! Sanji VS Rāmen kenpō" (コック対決!サンジVSラーメン拳法) 
March 12, 2006[53][54] June 21, 2014
Kalifa updates the CP9 on the situation with Franky, Sanji, and Usopp. Sanji tells Franky and Usopp to go on without him so he can fight Wanze and his "Ramen Kenpo". Franky begins to fight Nero, CP9's "Weasel", and Sogeking meets with Robin. 
260 "Rooftop Duel! Franky vs. Nero"
"yane no ue no kettō! Furankī VS Nero" (屋根の上の決闘!フランキーVSネロ) 
March 19, 2006[55] June 28, 2014
Franky's fight with Nero continues. Nero discovers that Franky's weak spot is his back, so Franky lies down flat so he can't get to it. Nero demands that he fight seriously, so Franky gets up to perform his "Centaur" form. Sogeking talks with Robin and tells her that the crew knows about her reasons for leaving. Those on the Rocket Man encounter the discarded cars and Zoro slices them so they can pass. 
261 "Clash! Demon-Slasher Zoro vs. Ship-Slasher T-Bone!"
"Gekitotsu! Onigiri Zoro VS funegiri T Bōn" (激突!鬼斬りゾロVS船斬りTボーン) 
April 2, 2006[56][n 4] July 5, 2014
Zoro clashes with "Ship Cutter" T-Bone. The fight is short and Zoro joins the crew again in the Rocket Man. On the Puffing Tom, Sanji beats Wanze beautiful, though Wanze thinks he's ruined his face. Franky finally gains the upper hand against Nero and defeats him. After beating their respective opponents, Franky and Sanji stand to fight against the other CP9. 
262 "Scramble over Robin! A Cunning Plan by Sniperking!!"
"Robin sōdatsusen! Sogekingu no kisaku!!" (ロビン争奪戦!そげキングの奇策!!) 
April 16, 2006[57][58] July 12, 2014
After hiding under Robin's cloak for a few episodes, Sogeking finally shows himself. They stumble into the room with the CP9 and meet with Sanji and Franky. Sogeking produces a smokescreen. The four head into another car, detach it, and escape. It's not long before Blueno pulls their car back, though. Franky knocks down the wall so they can escape but ends up on the enemy car. Blueno opens a door then back in the Strawhat car. 
263 "The Judicial Island! Full View of Enies Lobby!"
"Shihō no shima! Eniesu Robī no zenbō" (司法の島!エニエス·ロビーの全貌!) 
April 30, 2006[59] July 19, 2014
Robin willingly follows Blueno into his improvised door and Sogeking and Sanji are left alone. For a while, Blueno explains a little of Robin's past involving the Buster Call. Back at the Rocket Man, Yokuzuna the frog jumps onto the front of the train, knocking them from the rails. After Kokoro speaks with him, he joins the group. The CP9, Franky, and Robin finally reach Enies Lobby and disembark. 

Home Releases[edit]

Japanese[edit]

Toei Animation (Japan, Region 2 DVD)
Volume Episodes Release date Ref.
8thシーズン ウォーターセブン篇 piece.01 229–231 January 10, 2007 [60]
piece.02 232–234 February 7, 2007 [61]
piece.03 235–237 March 7, 2007 [62]
piece.04 238–240 April 11, 2007 [63]
piece.05 241–243 May 9, 2007 [64]
piece.06 244–246 June 6, 2007 [65]
piece.07 247–249 July 11, 2007 [66]
piece.08 250–252 August 1, 2007 [67]
piece.09 253–255 September 5, 2007 [68]
piece.10 256–258 October 10, 2007 [69]
piece.11 259–261 November 7, 2007 [70]
piece.12 262–263 December 5, 2007 [71]
ONE PIECE Log Collection “WATER SEVEN” 229-247 December 21, 2011 [72]
“ROCKET MAN” 248-263 January 27, 2012 [73]

English[edit]

Funimation Entertainment (USA, Region 1 DVD)
Volume Episodes Release date ISBN Ref.
Season Four Second Voyage 218-229 October 30, 2012 ISBN 1-4210-2598-1 [74]
Third Voyage 230-241 December 18, 2012 ISBN 1-4210-2615-5 [75]
Fourth Voyage 242-252 March 19, 2013 ISBN 1-4210-2647-3 [76]
Fifth Voyage 253-263 May 14, 2013 ISBN N/A [77]
Collections Collection 9 206-229 April 15, 2014 ISBN N/A [78]
Collection 10 230-252 October 28, 2014 ISBN N/A [79]
Collection 11 253-275 January 13, 2015 ISBN N/A [80]
Madman Entertainment (Region 4)
Collection Episodes Release date
Collection 18 218-229 January 9, 2013
Collection 19 230-241 March 20, 2013
Collection 20 242-252 June 19, 2013
Collection 21 253-263 August 21, 2013

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Episodes were initially released in English on DVD, but to correspond with the Japanese column, the airdates here will refer to their first English television airings on Toonami. For information on DVD releases, please refer to the "Home Releases" section of this page.
  2. ^ Episode 246 aired as part of a special alongside episodes of Sazae-san and Chibi Maruko-chan.
  3. ^ a b The episodes 250 and 251 aired together as a one hour special.
  4. ^ Episode 261 aired as part of a special alongside episodes of Sazae-san, Chibi Maruko-chan, and Kochikame.

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