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What I really love the most about the episode overall is Naruto's relationship with Hiashi. The two really do see eye to eye with each other. I say that the two have a lot of similarities with each other; as both were kind hearted but has to hide it, both are father's and leaders as they have to take duties over family including that both care about their family but they have a hard time showing it. I love how Hiashi is straight forward like Naruto and even is blessed that Naruto created a era where everyone can be happy with their family's as Hiashi pointed out. I also like how Hiashi said that it took Naruto to not only change the Hyuga clan but that it was Naruto that help Hiashi reconcile with Neji.
 
What I really love the most about the episode overall is Naruto's relationship with Hiashi. The two really do see eye to eye with each other. I say that the two have a lot of similarities with each other; as both were kind hearted but has to hide it, both are father's and leaders as they have to take duties over family including that both care about their family but they have a hard time showing it. I love how Hiashi is straight forward like Naruto and even is blessed that Naruto created a era where everyone can be happy with their family's as Hiashi pointed out. I also like how Hiashi said that it took Naruto to not only change the Hyuga clan but that it was Naruto that help Hiashi reconcile with Neji.
   
Including that if Naruto never met Hinata than Naruto's era of fighting and death would have continued even into Boruto's era as pointed out by Hiashi. I also love how Naruto addresses Hiashi as the father term that Neji did with his father, it's definitely shows that Naruto's memory in his heart as well.
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Including that if Naruto never met Hinata than Naruto's era of fighting and death would have continued even into Boruto's era as pointed out by Hiashi. I also love how Naruto addresses Hiashi as the father term that Neji did with his father, it's definitely shows that Naruto's memory of Neji is in his heart as well.
   
 
Yeh definitely the best episode so far to me!!!
 
Yeh definitely the best episode so far to me!!!

Latest revision as of 02:03, December 31, 2019

I also loved this episode especially when Naruto scolds Boruto to never forget Hiashi's birthday. I also like how Hiashi is more pacifist and saw that not killing others much sooner was a better choice than killing people. It goes to show that the Hyuga definitely follow Hinata's pacifist way after the war.

The episode really shows how Boruto should look into history more to understand his Hyuga family. Especially since it takes Kurenai to tell him about the Hyuga Affair.

I also like how it also show a family photo with Neji and Hizashi before the Kumo incident.

What I really love the most about the episode overall is Naruto's relationship with Hiashi. The two really do see eye to eye with each other. I say that the two have a lot of similarities with each other; as both were kind hearted but has to hide it, both are father's and leaders as they have to take duties over family including that both care about their family but they have a hard time showing it. I love how Hiashi is straight forward like Naruto and even is blessed that Naruto created a era where everyone can be happy with their family's as Hiashi pointed out. I also like how Hiashi said that it took Naruto to not only change the Hyuga clan but that it was Naruto that help Hiashi reconcile with Neji.

Including that if Naruto never met Hinata than Naruto's era of fighting and death would have continued even into Boruto's era as pointed out by Hiashi. I also love how Naruto addresses Hiashi as the father term that Neji did with his father, it's definitely shows that Naruto's memory of Neji is in his heart as well.

Yeh definitely the best episode so far to me!!!

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