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The episode depicted in this article is from 1979 anime.

The Dream Channel is an episode from the 1979 anime.

Plot[]

Nobita is unable to sleep in the middle of the night, and decides to go to Doraemon to see if he could help him, while still being quite sleepy. Doraemon lends the Dream TV to Nobita, who decides to watch other people's dreams, including that of Gian's, Suneo's and Shizuka's while criticizing the plot of each dreams.

Gian's dream[]

A huge dinosaur is storming across the whole town, and is chasing after Nobita. Gian-man arrives in the nick of time, and saves Nobita from being held captive by the dinosaur and successfully defeats it in a few blows. Grateful to Gian-man for saving him, Nobita asks for his autograph.

Suneo's dream[]

Nobita is crying yet again, as he could not finish his homework, as with Shizuka and Gian. Sensei's pent-up anger reaches the boiling point and he punishes all three to a thousand strokes of the whip each. Suneo, who apparently had plastic surgery, saves them just in time and solves all the math sums in the textbook, which makes Sensei kowtow before him.

Shizuka's dream[]

Princess Shizuka is kidnapped by a beast and is waiting for her Prince Charming. Nobita the knight arrives at the castle while riding on a pig and terrified by the beast, huddles Shizuka. Prince Charming arrives, subdues the beast, and takes Shizuka back to the palace, leaving Nobita alone in the castle.

Enraged, Nobita damages the Dream Channel with his pillow, and in the process freeing all the nightmares. Nobita and Doraemon run for their lives. Doraemon sacrifices himself for Nobita and is killed by the three villains.

It turns out Nobita was having a bad dream. Watching the Dream Channel, Doraemon is infuriated that Nobita would do such a merciless thing during the dream and lets Nobita oversleep.

Characters[]

Gian's dream[]

Suneo's dream[]

Shizuka's dream[]

Gadgets used[]

Trivia[]

  • It is unknown if Nobita really used The Dream Channel to curb his insomnia, as this episode lasted for only 6.5 minutes. Most probably, Doraemon had used this to find out what Nobita is dreaming, as he had overslept.
  • Nobita broke the gadget by uses pillow to bash the monitor in the 1979 anime version, while in the manga he throws the ink to broke the monitor, in the 2005 anime version he throwing the clock at the monitor, and in the 2017 anime version he simply pushing it.
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