Apr 29, 2017 05:51 AM EDT
Shino-sensei opens "Boruto: Naruto Next Generations" Episode 4 and as usual Boruto fails to hold his attention in the class. He began grabbing the ire of her female classmate in one very tacky mishap. However, the girl squad had no intention to let it pass by because their unruly male colleagues have been overstepping the line ever since.
The rift initially sparked between Boruto and Sarada Uchiha. However, the conflict escalated too quickly pulling on everyone in their classroom. The entire fourth episode of "Boruto: Naruto Next Generations" revolved in this unlikely introduction among the new and resident characters.
This incident has opened an argument between the sexes. Shino-sensei was able to witness how the whole scenario cracked down. And instead of reprimanding his the youngsters, he suggested a friendly match between the clashing teams, IGN reported.
Entitled "A Ninjutsu Battle of the Sexes", each team will battle to catch a flag. The first team who will capture the flag will be declared the winner and will prove that they were held the right reason in the previous argument.
On a positive note, this episode of "Boruto: Naruto Next Generations" is a good opportunity for each character to show off what they got. For example, Cho-Cho's brute strength was highlighted while Denki shines with hacking technique. All in all, everyone shines during the friendly match.
However, Sarada's introduction scene for "Boruto: Naruto Next Generations" seemed to be shortened. The episode 4 could have been maximized for the young Uchiha since it started off in a bad blood between her and Boruto.
However, the scene has been diverted to the match between Boruto and Iwabe. Meanwhile, the former and Sarada, being the children of Naruto and Sasuke, these youngsters could be the ones to continue the longstanding rivalry between their fathers. This means their relation could still deepen in "Boruto: Naruto Next Generations."
You can watch "Boruto: Naruto Next Generations" Episode 4 online via KissAnime.
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