Naruto Shippuden

Season 7 Episode 13

Confessions

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Aired Thursday 8:30 PM Jun 24, 2010 on TV Tokyo
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As Pain tells Naruto about why he does what he does, Hinata appears on the scene and confesses her feelings to Naruto. In order to save him, she attacks Pain, but the latter is about to push Naruto over the edge!

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  • Best Epic Episode Ever. Hinata's Confession in this episode is the best ever. Hinata finally confess!!

    10
    Hinata:

    -has been in love with Naruto ever since the begining of the series started, but is very shy and always avoids detection, let alone confession

    -other fans deem it an unhealthy obsession, although this is highly debatable, it is not a fact.



    This was the first time Naruto experienced and realized that a girl loves him from the bottom of her heat.

    And just a few seconds later she got smashed on the ground and pierced by a metal rod...

    Naruto already knew that Kakashi, Jiraya and Fukasaku fell pray to Pain and now something like that right in front of his very eyes.

    I can't forgive Pain for what he has done to Hinata.moreless
  • Hinata, you rock.

    8.5
    For once, an episode of Naruto Shippuuden surprised me.



    Being an avid follower of the manga for many years, I pretty much know what's going to happen even before the anime comes out.



    However, this time I was wrong. Very wrong in fact. I found myself intrigued and fascinated by what I was seeing. I learnt something new about the characters I know and love.



    I swear that a different artist was responsible for the animation. Everything looked different. It had a different feel to it. Very different from the previous ones. As Naruto gasped in horror as Hinata was tossed around, his facial expressions were unlike anything I'd seen before. We saw his emotions. What he was feeling. How powerless he felt. Helpless.



    The flashbacks were, for once, relevant and gave an insight into their character and where they had come from. What they both had had to overcome. Naruto, the outcast, hated and loathed by everyone. Hinata, the failure, unable to live up to the name of Hyuuga. The sentiment was evident. It was moving, believable and heart rendering.



    With the silence Hinata fell, her confession enough to release the hatred within Naruto.



    My rating? 8.5 Twin Lion Fists out of 10. [SK]moreless

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