The cover of this chapter shows Goku and Chi-Chi married driving in their wedding hovercar.A flashback based on this cover is shown in the Dragon Ball Z episode "The Newest Super Saiyan". The chapter's anime counterpart is the first half of the episode "Anonymous Proposal".
When the teacher tells Angela to answer the same question, she draws a love picture of Gohan.
The teacher sends her out for not paying attention.
She appears as an enemy in Dragon Ball: Shenron no Nazo, she is a boss in Dragon Ball Z: Super Gokuden: Kakusei-Hen, Dragon Ball Z: Goku Hishōden and Dragon Ball: Origins, and she is a support-type character for Goku and Gohan in Dragon Ball Z: Harukanaru Densetsu.
In 2006, Chi-Chi made her first appearance as a fighter in Super Dragon Ball Z.
Chi-Chi has appeared in all three live action movie adaptions of the Dragon Ball series.
She appeared in the 1990 Korean Dragon Ball film with a similar appearance to her initial debut in the series wearing her helmet.
Lani: You're running around Metropolis one day, then 27 guys who can bench-press a planet just standing there, and Superman has to fight them, and fuck up you whole city. Way to waste an opportunity to expand on a film that desperately needed more time to explore its characters, then completely...well, we'd use the sound of a bowel movement here, but we're classier than that.
It's merely implied, though completely believable, that this cat man can cat man do the job of blowing the planet to smithereens before you can say Cat Loves-- * BOOM* Kirran: "Woo boy, the Resurrection F arc!
Chi-Chi usually appears as a NPC in most Dragon Ball video games, such as Dragon Ball 3: Gokuden, Dragon Ball Z: Kyōshū!