Starting in 2009, Toei's refurbished, "refreshed" version of Dragon Ball Z began to air on FujiTV. It recieved high ratings throughout, but was cancelled after 98 episodes (97 aired, 1 DVD/Blu-Ray exclusive). The purpose behind this creation, Dragon Ball Kai, was, besides celebrating the 20th anniversary of DBZ, was to provide a filler-free version of the show, staying closer to the original manga by Akira Toriyama. It was even touted as the "Toriyama Akira Original Cut Version". There would, as a consequence, be fewer episodes.
Episode 98, "Peace for the Future! Goku's Soul Lasts Forever"
For those interested in hearing what Colleen Clinkenbeard's going to do with my favorite scene, here's a sort of "preview". It's how she does it in Ultimate Tenkaichi:
Pretty good. Too bad Willingham's Cell is so awkward. I'm sure the scene will be better with Clarke's Cell.
Episode 97, "Farewell with a Smile! Heading for New Days..."
Personally, find the Blu-Ray footage too dark, but otherwise the remaster looks surprisingly solid for a Funimation release, even if I prefer the Dragon Boxes.
Episode 96, "Combine Our Power! The Mightiest, Final Kamehameha"
Episode 95, "Bye Bye, Everyone! This is the Only Way to Save Earth"