Naruto Shippuden Episode 46
Remember, this includes all filler episodes; five full seasons listed above are completely filler, though some are short seasons. The list below will remove fillers and instead included all canon, mixed canon, and anime canon episodes. The Naruto Shippuden movies timeline can also be found further down.
Naruto Shippuden Episode 46
Episode 28 is considered anime canon, for reference. In total, with canon, mixed canon, and anime canon episodes only, there are 300 episodes of Naruto Shippuden without filler.
The next list will include only manga canon episodes. These will be episodes directly transferred from Part II of the Naruto manga. This will provide the swiftest run of Shippuden while also adhering strictly to the manga.
The next list is a list of only filler episodes should you want to view the fillers. This is to remove them from the canon episodes so that you can enjoy them without interrupting the story.
Neji and Hinata do not fight in Shippuden. Shippuden is thesecond part of Naruto after a 3 year time jump. I think it'sepisode 46-47 of Naruto (without the Shippuden). Since the timejump they have been getting along a lot better and it's beenrevealed that they fight together now as "comrades" according toHinata's father, Hiashi. Also, there are hints of an unrequitedaffection from Neji towards Hinata. Hinata, of course, still loveNaruto. However, it's clear to see that Neji is no longer harboringhatred for Hinata. Therefore, NO MORE FIGHTS! They do traintogether though.
Many fans enjoy rewatching the episodes that focus on Team 8 because while this team is known for making jokes it also is one of the most hardworking squads in Naruto. The screen time these characters get to demonstrate their growth makes them more popular and the series more interesting.
The English dub ran from September 10, 2005 to November 4, 2006 on Cartoon Network's Toonami programming block in the United States and YTV's Bionix programming block in Canada. The season's first 52 episodes ran on Adult Swim's relaunched Toonami block in a completely uncut format from December 1, 2012 to November 30, 2013. After the 52nd episode, it was removed from the schedule rotation to make room for its successor series, Naruto: Shippuden.
In Japan, the season released in both VHS and DVD format. A total of twelve volumes were released by Sony Pictures Entertainment between January 1 and December 3, 2003. Episodes from this season were later released on nine DVD compilations by Viz Media between March 28, 2006 and February 20, 2007, with two compilations of thirteen and twelve episodes released for the first season. The first of these compilations was nominated at the American Anime Awards for best package design. In 2009, Viz released another two DVD boxes containing episodes 1-25 and 26-52, respectively. 041b061a72