Naruto

To Each His Own Path

Season 9, Ep 10, Aired
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  • Episode Description
  • To Each His Own Path from the TV Tokyo anime series Naruto aired originally on February 21, 2009 and is the 128 episode of the ongoing anime. Naruto and two companions enter the Ninja Dropout Mansion, leaving Sakura to watch the kids and Lee to fight off the Ninja Dropout members. While his companions try to rescue Akio, Naruto has to face the leader of the Ninja Dropouts.

  • Cast & Crew
  • Hayato Date

  • Maile Flanagan

    Naruto

  • Kate Higgins

    Sakura

  • Brian Donovan

    Rock Lee

  • Keith Silverstein

    Gantetsu

  • Fan Reviews (3)
  • Yet another filler arc that's way better than the rest

    By thinair13, Sep 05, 2007

  • Good episode,but

    By Fluffowuzzybums, Jan 05, 2007

  • well sorry my review is late this episode was about....

    By tvrocks06, Dec 12, 2006

  • Trivia & Quotes
  • Quotes (3)

    • Naruto: So how are we supposed to get out of this forest without Gantetsu here to guide us? Todoroki: We can't go back now! Sakura: We took this route just now, didn't we? Lee: My stomach is growling and I can't move. Naruto: Hey! Someone save us! ~Japanese version

    • Todoroki: Gantetsu! I'm sure that I heard you say Akio. Just who was that kid? Gantetsu: That kid...is Akio...your brother. (Shocked reactions) ~Japanese version

    • Monju: You... You broke my net? Naruto: I was able to bite right through that bitter, gummy net. (He bites the cage) Monju: It's pointless. This cage can't be bitten through. (Naruto's teeth fall out) ~Japanese version

    Notes (4)

    • YTV Airdate: November 7, 2009

    • Original Title: Everyone's Paths

    • Original Episode Airdate: December 7, 2006

    • Todoroki stabbed himself to break free from his fear, which is what Sasuke did in episode 28.

    Trivia (1)

    • When we get a close up of Gantetsu bending the bars, they have been bent pretty far apart, but when the point of view zooms out, the bars are barely bent at all.

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