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Even Sarada and ChoCho get a moment to show off before Naruto swoops in to rescue them.
The only odd detail of the episode was how quickly they sidelined Boruto in favor of his more popular father.
For the first time since the Sumire story I was sad to see an episode end; a good sign that this arc is starting on the right foot.Compared to the filler stories we have been seeing in the past few episodes, the introduction of a new foe (especially a new Uchiha) is incredibly exciting.The show has ambitions to be a ninja epic like its predecessor but hasnt really shown the potential outside of a few short fights.Seeing an opportunity, she tails him, but encounters a strange foe along the way: a boy with Sharingan eyes.The episode wastes little time, packing in as much action and story as it can in 20 minutes, stopping just short of next weeks important encounter.I am happy to see the show step away from the school life drama in favor of a more character focused, traditional Naruto story.The encounter with the mysterious Sharingan user, Shin, felt simultaneously exciting and important.
Of course, it wouldnt be classic Naruto without a fight scene, and this episode delivers on that front as well with a battle between Naruto and the Sharingan user.
The encounter doesnt get much screen time but it makes the most of what it has, featuring an appearance by the Nine-Tailed Beast and a quick demonstration of the Sharingan users strange powers.
To learn more about her father she sets her eyes on Naruto, but gets much more than she bargained for upon venturing out.
By, sam Stewart, warning: The following review has spoilers for the episode.Seeing eye to eye.Naruto steps in to help, and agrees to help Sarada (and ChoCho) join him to go see Sasuke.Sarada is on her way to confront Naruto when she overhears him saying he is on his way to meet with Sasuke.Boruto is finally back in the swing of things, thanks kung fu panda game cnet not to its titular hero, but instead the determined Sarada Uchiha.But by the end of the episode that detail is all but forgotten, replaced by the excitement of heading into new territory.Perhaps this Uchiha-focused story doesnt concern him, but a small part of me cant help but hope that, as the shows namesake, he has some place in the grand scheme of things.Great, saradas arc gets off to a strong start thanks to an compelling run in with a mysterious Sharingan user.This is by far the strongest Boruto episode in recent memory, not only advancing the main story with legitimately exciting scenes, but deepening our understanding of Sarada along the way.That is to say, it feels like it actually matters within the world of Naruto.The scenes of Naruto running alongside Sarada and ChoCho cant help but look a little strange when we know Boruto is sitting idly in Konoha (though they do make for a cute throwback to Narutos Team 7 days).