Naruto (Dub) Episode 50 =LINK=
Adapting a manga to an anime poses all sorts of unique challenges, but one of the biggest deals is the required length of a TV series compared to a serial manga. To make these accommodations, most anime series contain what are called "filler episodes." These episodes are exactly what they sound like, with filler being any content that cannot be found in the original source material. This includes new scenes, episodes, and sometimes entire story arcs.
Naruto (Dub) Episode 50
"Naruto Shippuden" ran for a whopping 500 episodes, with 201 episodes serving as filler. With roughly 40% of the show existing as filler, it sounds like a lot, but this is actually considered to be a moderate amount of filler. Set two-and-a-half years after the Sasuke Uchiha defection, "Naruto Shippuden" picks up where "Naruto" left off. His powers are getting stronger, and now he will stop at nothing to ensure the safety of his village, his friends, and to defeat the evil organization known as the Akatsuki. Seven movies were made over the course of the series, and some of the filler (like the Three-Tails' Appearance arc of episodes 89-112) are definitely worth watching. Here's how to make sure you're on the right track.
The continuation of the "Naruto" story exists not with our titular hero, but with his similarly named son, Boruto. The series "Boruto: Next Generations" is still releasing new episodes, but here's how you should arrange your viewing of the series and the film.
Bo-Bobo production staff fires their episode title guy; the company Gorilla, Mittens, quickly comes up with a new title for this week's episode. The episode is apparently about Bo-Bobo taking the villainous Halekulani on a fun-filled Bo-Bobo-type week to remind the money-crazed beefcake of what's really important in the world. Of course, Bo-Bobo episodes typically aren't about anything. Aside from maybe ham.
Will Pokémon's ninth season start off with a bang or a whimper? Or possibly a thud? What about a ka-bong? We can all find out this Friday, when the show starts airing on its new home on basic cable. In the actual episode, plucky young Ash Ketchum and his buddies wander into a ghost town rife with angry, music playing Psychic Pokémon. Such a bizarre premise has to be somewhat entertaining! Unless the dub is ear-piercingly awful!
Confound this accursed internet machine! All I ever wanted was perhaps some sort of official, Funimation-sanctioned plot synopsis for this episode; instead all I was greeted with was this grotesque, blank space of despair. Making up my own plots for anime has since lost its luster, so instead I will just sit here and sulk. And play Tetris. 041b061a72