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Boruto: Naruto Next Generations Episode 170

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ero-sennin ew, there's ppl doing that here? the "attention-please" freaks and the "first, second, third" freaks? eugh.
5 days ago
Unknown2 i really liked that episode
6 days ago
Betol Shit episode as always. Why is sakura still a thing? she was useless, still is useless.
9 days ago
Astro507 Stfu
11 days ago
IntenseIntrovert @ noshitsherlock: You are entitled to your own opinion, just like I'm entitled to mine. And I can express it however I see fit, as long as I don't break any rules or insult anyone. Seems that we have a very different view on what is 'long' and what is 'short', ok, fine. That's why I said: if you (or anyone) don't like reading, just enjoy the show and ignore my posts, I don't mind.. But if someone adresses me directly, I have a right to answer, so that's precisely what I did in my last post. Speaking of which @ mista_alex: why do you copy-paste my last post, without making any answer or adding anything new? If there is some moderator here - please, remove his/her unnecesary repetition of my words.
11 days ago
Edsheeran_18 kussooo i hate waitingg!
11 days ago
mista_alex To the people complaining about the length of my post below - you have absolutely every right to just skip my 'essay' and if you're not going to read it - it's perfectly fine with me. I neither expect nor demand any member of 'animefreak' to pay attention to anything I say, neither here under Boruto episodes nor anywhere else on this site. I never swear or insult ayone in my posts, so I hope they won't get taken down. But I came here some 2 months ago from a certain other free anime streaming site, which was taken down due to its high popularity, for obvious reasons (which I won't explain, to not draw any unwanted attention to this site, in case it would then have to share the same fate). But the high popularity of that other site ensured that the comment section there was teeming with life, with literally dozens, hundrens and sometimes even thousands (!) of posts under every episode, especially if the anime was very popular, like for example Boruto. When I first came here on this 'animefreak' site I liked the considerably low amount of flashy advertisements (compared to the other free streaming sites), but I was also surprised, (even taken aback) with the very low number of comments here, no matter which anime I checked out. I missed all lively discussions on that other site, where people were really showing their care and concern for what they were watching. I would even go as far as to say that reading their thoughts, feelings and impressions was almost equally enjoyable for me as watching every new episode itself. Whether the comments were positive or negative, praising or criticising, long or short, silly or more in-depth - there was always something to read and think about. And I mean something more than just, you know, counting from one to ten as in 'first', 'second', 'third' comments or 'xD', 'lol' or 'wtf' comment types. I understand that sharing your opinions is simply 'not everyone's cup of tea', and like I said - that's perfectly fine. But I'm writing my comments for those few viewers who, perhaps, will find them informative interesting, inspiring or enjoyable somehow, regardless if they agree with my point of view or not. I know that not everybody has time, willingness or interest to read anything anywhere nowadays, especially not some lengthy random post of a random person in the internet, such as my posts here. Many people will completely ignore and skip whatever I write, and I'm ok with it. But even if only one in a hundred people will find some value or at least entertainment in what I write, it's still worth to keep doing that. And finally - even if absolutely nobody in the whole wide world cares about a single one my comments - I treat them as a sort of 'message to my future self' project, to compare my own first and second impressions while watching the same animes in the future, providing that this site will still exist then, of course. I want to see, someday, how much my opinions have changed and notice all the new details in those stories which somehow escape my attenion now, while watching this or that series for the very first time. So, as a TL; DR summary: please feel free to completely ignore my posts in the future, if you consider them useless - I'm perfectly fine with it. Have a nice day or night, wherever you are.
11 days ago
noshitsherlock dude, another essay? instead of telling us how you feel little snowflake, why dont you just go watch another episode.....both comments way toooooooo long
11 days ago
IntenseIntrovert To the people complaining about the length of my post below - you have absolutely every right to just skip my 'essay' and if you're not going to read it - it's perfectly fine with me. I neither expect nor demand any member of 'animefreak' to pay attention to anything I say, neither here under Boruto episodes nor anywhere else on this site. I never swear or insult ayone in my posts, so I hope they won't get taken down. But I came here some 2 months ago from a certain other free anime streaming site, which was taken down due to its high popularity, for obvious reasons (which I won't explain, to not draw any unwanted attention to this site, in case it would then have to share the same fate). But the high popularity of that other site ensured that the comment section there was teeming with life, with literally dozens, hundrens and sometimes even thousands (!) of posts under every episode, especially if the anime was very popular, like for example Boruto. When I first came here on this 'animefreak' site I liked the considerably low amount of flashy advertisements (compared to the other free streaming sites), but I was also surprised, (even taken aback) with the very low number of comments here, no matter which anime I checked out. I missed all lively discussions on that other site, where people were really showing their care and concern for what they were watching. I would even go as far as to say that reading their thoughts, feelings and impressions was almost equally enjoyable for me as watching every new episode itself. Whether the comments were positive or negative, praising or criticising, long or short, silly or more in-depth - there was always something to read and think about. And I mean something more than just, you know, counting from one to ten as in 'first', 'second', 'third' comments or 'xD', 'lol' or 'wtf' comment types. I understand that sharing your opinions is simply 'not everyone's cup of tea', and like I said - that's perfectly fine. But I'm writing my comments for those few viewers who, perhaps, will find them informative interesting, inspiring or enjoyable somehow, regardless if they agree with my point of view or not. I know that not everybody has time, willingness or interest to read anything anywhere nowadays, especially not some lengthy random post of a random person in the internet, such as my posts here. Many people will completely ignore and skip whatever I write, and I'm ok with it. But even if only one in a hundred people will find some value or at least entertainment in what I write, it's still worth to keep doing that. And finally - even if absolutely nobody in the whole wide world cares about a single one my comments - I treat them as a sort of 'message to my future self' project, to compare my own first and second impressions while watching the same animes in the future, providing that this site will still exist then, of course. I want to see, someday, how much my opinions have changed and notice all the new details in those stories which somehow escape my attenion now, while watching this or that series for the very first time. So, as a TL; DR summary: please feel free to completely ignore my posts in the future, if you consider them useless - I'm perfectly fine with it. Have a nice day or night, wherever you are.
12 days ago
kpdnz im not going to read that whole essay but i can say its about ino shika cho
12 days ago
AshtonLloyd Dude what is that essay
12 days ago
Jayslayz745 bro im not reading that whole essay
12 days ago
Sindberg Wow so many words!
12 days ago
PP-senpai my guy wrote a whole essay lol
12 days ago
IntenseIntrovert Hah, just like I wrote in my previous comment, the current generation of Ino-Shika-Cho team still need much more progress, both in their individual skills and in their team strategies, but Shikadai is the most motivated of them all, which is why he's the most likable. I still hope he will continue his wind-style techniques training with his mother, then add them to the shadow techniques of his father at some point of the story, and combine them into some awesome and amazig justsu that will make my jaw drop. But I very much appreciate his willingness and wits to help in Boruto's training too - that's another proof of Shikadai's potential for me, the fact that he can motivate and improve not only himself, but also others. And I like that he CARES enough to do that, unlike Inojin and Chocho, who just sort of... tag along behind him, mostly because he asks them, and because they just have nothing better to do. But I don't really see the point of them 'helping' with training in this episode, because they didn't do anything much, apart from observing, complaining and maybe a bit of running around, so the whole training could be as well done without them, with basically the same results. Chocho's idea of helping Boruto was just: 'It's fine! Just try everything out! It's the same with love, cooking and theories on things!' - so again, just like I said in my previous comment, she's all about flirting and food. But I'm not going to rant about her all over again, so I will just go back to Shikadai - I loved his dialogue with Boruto, and I laughed when Shika praised his friend's new resolve by saying sarcastically: 'So, you are using your head a little', to which Boruto answered, all flustered : 'What the hell? You make it sound like I haven't been thinking about anything!' and Shika replied again: 'Well, isn't that how it is?' - I fully agree with Shikadai, Boruto was just goofing around for a much too long time, but he was finally TALKING SENSE in this episode, and I start to believe that he will actually become a full-fledged Shinobi in his own story... His progress in training and a breakthrough in it was also satisfying, especially that it involved both physical effort and an intelectual one, and combined hints given by both Shikadai and Kakashi. Speaking about the latter - I loved how he was still observing the whole training from the shadows, hidden on a tree, even if he wasn't the teacher this time, and even if he originally didn't want anyting to do with it. That was very much in tune with his character: he might often seem a bit lazy, carefree, indifferent, quietly minding his own businness or just nonchalantly idling around, while reading a book on a bench or just taking a nap in the park - but he's always focused, alert, aware of his surroundings, ready for a precise and deadly fight with anyone anytime, and also... curious about others and their life - in short, he's very much like a CAT, although he summons ninja DOGS with his special scroll, and he's faithful to his friends as one. I loved how he pretended not to notice Boruto's progress at all, while at the same time secretly preparing a special test for his new abilities and getting all enthusiastic about it. Yup, that's Kakashi for you. But he's not the only character from the original 'Naruto' series whom I enjoyed watching in this episode - I have to say that the spirited Ino made me smile too. She was always able to motivate Sakura more then anyone else, and their legendary friendship (based on rivalry, a lot of sarcasm and even more bickering) helped both of them to evolve, grow up, get stronger and achieve their own goals. And the power of that prickly friendship was well shown here too - I loved the way she scolded Sakura for wailing and uncecessary worrying too much about Sarada's safety. Her proud words: 'I'm a parent, but I'm a parent of a shinobi', as well as: 'Girls have to be tough, or they won't survive' - were exactly what Sakura needed to be reminded of. I have to say that I was really suprised by Sakura's nervous reaction to Sarada's training, especially if the one training her is no other ninja than her beloved Sasuke himself, who is more than capable to do it in an excellent way, and who is so proud of their daughter's progress that he finally praises her, and even shows one of his rare, brief smiles - and of course Sarada is clearly happy about it all and wants to achieve even more. I mean... I understand that every mother is worried about their child being in any danger or getting hurt - but this is the Shinobi world, where both the parents and children are educated and trained as Ninja (unless they chose some other way of life), and every mission they take is full of risks, and yes, sooner or later it might end fatally for some of them. But I can't believe that Sakura has so easily forgotten what their own team went through when they were at the same age as Boruta and Sarada are now - and I'm not even talking about their training under the three Legendary Sannin, but the things which happened much earlier in their own story, like for example their Chunin exam, talking place in a (very well nicknamed) Forest of Death. Boruto's generation had it so much easier during their own exam, but they're still little ninja, and they can't avoid taking missions and fighting their opponents to death, if there is no other choice. So Sasuke was right, reminding his strangely panicking wife that the high amount of risk involved in accomplishing their everyday missions is precisely the reason to train their daughter all the more intensly, to ensure that she will come back home safely everytime. It's been a while (precisely 20 years, if I'm not wrong) since Sakura was 12 years old, but her life at that time was much more rough than the general life of 12 years old Sarada now, and after everything she's been through since then till now - she shouldn't be exaggerating with her motherly concern so much. Well, anyway, it's a good thing that the kind-hearted Hinata has organised the mom's night out, and invited precisely that one person who could always give Sakura a proper wake-up call, the fierce and strong-willed Ino, as mentioned above. And to finish my long post, I just want to add that one of the things that currently interest me in 'Boruto' series the most is how and why Sarada will develop her Sharingan. I can't stand those scenes when she keeps asking her parents about it - I understand why she's doing it in all her innocence, but I just feel sorry for all three of them, because there simply is no good way to talk about it: giving all the scary and shocking details is unnecesary before it actually happens, but after it happens no amount of explanations can help to soothe the pain...
12 days ago
Kanin29 Mom's night out.They look much hotter now as moms then before.
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Boruto: Naruto Next Generations

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Type : TV Series
Genre: Action Shounen Adventure Martial Arts Super Power
Date aired : Apr 05, 2017
Status : Ongoing
Prequel: Naruto Shippuuden
Naruto was a young shinobi with an incorrigible knack for mischief. He achieved his dream to become the greatest ninja in the village and his face sits atop the Hokage monument. But this is not his story... A new generation of ninja are ready to take the stage, led by Naruto's own son, Boruto!
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