Naruto Shippuden Episode 73 [NEW]
on his inaugural mission as team 7's captain yamato splurges on a stay at a hot springs resort to encourage team bonding, teaches naruto to respect women, and the following night proceeds to construct a two story house in the middle of the forest, inadvertently inventing glamping in the narutoverse....literally the ultimate dad
Naruto Shippuden Episode 73
The opening themes for this season were "Blue Bird" (ブルーバード, Burūbādo) by Ikimono-gakari to episode 77 and "Closer" by Joe Inoue from episode 78 onward, and the ending themes were "Broken Youth" by NICO Touches the Walls to episode 77 and "Long Kiss Good Bye" by Halcali from episode 78 onward. The broadcast versions from episode 70 to 73 include scenes from the film in the opening themes, while still retaining the original music.
Boruto: Naruto Next Generations has been flirting with the connections between the past (Naruto, Naruto: Shippuden) and present (Boruto) all along, with the series giving longtime fans some great new context for heroes and villains they thought they knew. Case in point is the latest episode of Boruto, "The Other Side of the Moon", which finally gave Naruto fans the long-awaited first encounter between Boruto and Orochimaru!
In that moment, Boruto truly learns why Orochimaru is the heinous villain that so many shinobi revile and fear. His cold calculating view of his creations makes Boruto question what kind of "parent" he is, while coming to realize just what kind of dilemma Mitsuki is facing. At the end of the episode, Orochimaru points Boruto and Sarada toward the White Snake Sage of Ryuchi Cave, who can interpret the hidden message of the snake Mitsuki sent to contact Boruto. Orochimaru observes that Boruto is just like "Naruto of old," while quite possibly sending Boruto and Sarada into a trap... 041b061a72