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Naruto Shippuden Episode 206

  • "Sakura's Feelings"editサクラの想い (Sakura no Omoi)Episode dataPrevious"Declaration of War"EpisodeNaruto: Shippūden #206 (Watch Online)Next"The Tailed Beast vs. The Tailless Tailed Beast"ArcFive Kage SummitMangaNaruto Chapter #468, Naruto Chapter #469, Naruto Chapter #470MusicOpening"Lovers"Ending"Freedom"Air datesJapanese April 07, 2011English September 14, 2013DebutCharactersPonta

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"Sakura's Feelings" (サクラの想い, Sakura no Omoi) is episode 206 of the Naruto: Shippūden anime.

Naruto Shippuden Episode 206

To protect first-timers, please don't spoil anything past the current batch of episodes. Rewatchers should avoid hinting to first-timers about hype, or future character development/deaths, and spoilers in posts must be hidden behind proper spoiler tags.

However, one episode in the series shocked not only the characters present in the scene but also the entire fanbase. Sakura confessed her love to Naruto despite loving Sasuke for all these years. Naturally, the fanbase was too stunned to react, but there is a reason behind her actions.

These events occurred in episode 206 of Naruto Shippuden, titled "Sakura's Feelings". In this episode, Sakura decided to confess her love to the protagonist, shocking Kiba, and Yamato, who were bystanders in this situation.

I don't agree with the answer above or any answer on the Internet for that matter. I watched Naruto Shippuden dubbed and subbed and to my understanding, Sakura did develop feelings for Naruto (and people usually skip those episodes because they are fillers).

After defeating Pain, Sakura recalls her days with Naruto (not Sasuke) and realizes that she has developed feelings for him. Later (in canon episodes), she decides to get rid of Sasuke herself because she felt responsible for it somehow. Sometimes, fillers are made to tune the main story and you should not skip these fillers if you like watching this show.

Sakura did like Naruto, but the problem is that she was not mature enough and believed herself "deserving" for Naruto, as he was a hero, unlike Sasuke. She risked sabotaging Naruto and Hinata's story for her reasons. On the plus side, Naruto knew Sakura was not meant for her so he downright says her "No" on episode 206 (Sakura's feelings).

Sakura loves Naruto, but only platonic. She shares sympathy with him and they are good friends. She cares about him and that's why she confessed her love.There are two side-effects in the cannon because of this:1. Naruto realizes that Sakura can never be together with him (the same episode Sakura proposes to Naruto). He realizes that he actually never loved Sakura himself. And that was the moment he knew Sakura and Sasuke belongs together. Writer stitches the story beautifully there. And because of this, his self-righteous self forces him to sacrifice himself to bring back Sasuke. He just couldn't let Sakura suffer anymore. As he owes that to Sasuke. 2. Sakura gained some real heat after this scene from fans, as she seemed to neglect Hinata. But for me, this scene was pure satisfaction, her being rejected by our hero.

Sakura belonged to Sasuke. Naruto knew this. That was a pivoting moment of the plot. If Sakura had never confessed her love, Naruto probably went for a kill in the fight followed that episode. And we know he could easily swamp Sasuke as he was tired from the Danzo fight. But again, probably Obito intervened earlier, but in any case, the story would turn differently. So yeah, Sakura loved Naruto. But not as much as she loved Sasuke. She had undying respect for the former.

The episodes for the tenth season of the anime series Naruto: Shippuden are based on Part II for Masashi Kishimoto's manga series. The episodes are directed by Hayato Date, and produced by Pierrot and TV Tokyo.[1] Released on DVD under the name The Gathering of the Five Kage (五影集結, Gokage shūketsu),[2] the season follows the assemblance of the Kage, the five village leaders attempting to stop Sasuke Uchiha and the remaining members of the Akatsuki. The season aired from February to July 2011.[3][4] Its first Japanese DVD volume was released by Aniplex on September 7, 2011.

The season's English dubbed version aired on Neon Alley from July 13 to December 21, 2013. The season would make its English television debut on Adult Swim's Toonami programming block and premiere from April 8 to October 6, 2018.[a] The season's first episode ran on Adult Swim in its original Japanese audio with English subtitles on April 1, 2018, as part of an annual April Fools stunt by the network, and proceeded to play the same episode in its normal English dub format the following week.

Out of its 220 episodes, this series has 91 fillers, and while some are almost painful to watch, others can be seen as treats for fans, often expanding upon the ninja world and giving secondary, tertiary, and even quaternary characters a few seconds in the spotlight. Be advised: some of these episodes can get pretty weird.

Updated by Brittanie Maldonado on December 23rd, 2022: If you've watched a lot of anime, then you might be familiar with the concept of filler episodes, which tend to focus on non-canon material. Fans of Naruto know that the series is famous for having tons of filler throughout its extensive run. However, some of the filler episodes are really good, so we decided to update this list with some more filler episodes you shouldn't skip.

Those who love Team 10 shouldn't miss out on this filler episode which focuses on Ino, Shikamaru, and Choji. In this episode, we get to see Team 10 team up for an awesome new formation to fight off the idiot brothers after Naruto had to deal with them in the last episode.

This leaves Naruto free to go after Iruka, who is fighting an old childhood friend of his named Mizuki. Some people have said there are some strange inconsistencies timing-wise in this episode, but it is still worth watching.

Here is a great episode to watch for fans who like Team 8, and especially if they like Shino and Hinata. In an effort to find Sasuke, Naruto grows increasingly desperate and tries to find the rare bikochu beetle, which can supposedly track any scent. Naruto and Team 8 go on a hunt for this special beetle.

We also discover that Hinata was trying to learn a new defensive technique on her own and was getting close to mastering it. There are some sweet Naruto and Hinata moments in the episode for those who like their relationship.

The main reason to watch this fun episode of Naruto is because of the great Tsunade and Jiraiya scenes in addition to a lot of great moments for Shizune. Tsunade, Jiraiya, and Naruto take a detour to help Tsunade go pay off some of her debts that could put her Hokage title at risk.

The episode is humorous people who are big fans of Tsunade and Shizune will get some great scenes between the two of them. Shizune goes to great lengths to protect Tsunade, so shippers can eat their hearts out.

In this episode, Jiraiya takes Sakura and Naruto on a new mission to help distract them from Sasuke's absence. Luckily for the determined Naruto, Jiraiya does say that their mission will eventually bring them closer to the stray shinobi.

When Naruto and Jiraiya first met, it was easy to see how much of a pervert Jiraiya was. This episode stayed true to his character from the very beginning, as Naruto stumbles upon Jiraiya flirting with two beautiful women.

This filler had it all: a fast-paced chase scene taking place on land and on the water, a group of postmen versus Naruto's Sexy Jutsu, and most importantly, a light-hearted episode of bonding between master and student. This episode gave fans a taste of what the two years Naruto and Jiraiya spent training probably looked like.

After he falls victim to a laughing poison, Naruto takes his place, but it is revealed that the funeral was a farce organized to teach a money-hungry family a lesson about enjoying the things that money can't buy. Shino orders Naruto not to tell anyone about a song and dance he performed towards the end of this episode, but little does he know, it was all filler.

This episode does a great job of giving other characters a chance to demonstrate their own survival skills that align so perfectly with their personalities. Fans can't deny how funny it was to see Lee have a mini power trip after being called "sensei" for the first time.

Kakashi was always one of the most enigmatic characters in the original Naruto. It's not until Naruto Shippuden that fans were given his backstory, so when an early episode promised to expose what he was hiding under his mask, fans were just as excited as Team 7 to see what was under there.

It becomes evident from the start that this episode is a complete joke when it opens with a crow flying by while letting loose an obnoxious squawk. From aloof images of Kakashi's face with exaggerated red lips to a gimmicky trio of ninja with question marks on their headbands, this episode is nothing but a light-hearted, fun-filled episode.

This episode teetered on the edge of weird and just plain insulting, with a chubby parody of a tap-dancing Elvis as the princess's love interest along with Naruto disguised as Ino while peeing all over the place. Still, at its core, it's an episode about body positivity with a beautiful ending.

This sets up the next major arc of the series, since the thought of Naruto defeating someone that he couldn't further fuels Sasuke's desire to become stronger no matter the costs. Although this episode is filler, it comes at such as a volatile time for the Leaf Village and becomes the last mission that Team 7 will embark on together.

Mizuki was not only the first villain in Naruto, but also the first victim of Naruto's Multi Shadow Clone Jutsu. Without Mizuki, Naruto may not have even learned that technique. This episode was part of a filler arc in which Mizuki pursued his revenge against the Leaf Village with two impressively strong twins by his side. 041b061a72


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