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Fans might already know, Sasuke is not good at dealing with people, and the new episodes of "Boruto: Naruto Next Generations" continue to prove it. Uchiha has often found herself defining "boring," a phrase that was recited in the original series. The latest episode challenged Sasuke to get closer with his daughter, Sarada. During the recent episodes of "Boruto: Naruto Next Generations" fans saw the difficulty in building the relationships of Naruto and Sasuke with their children because of the work they carry out. Naruto was expected to settle his relationship with Himawari, but he failed to do so.

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Sarada's statement

Meanwhile to those who don't know, "Boruto: Naruto Next Generations" Episode 96 will release on 25th March 2019. During the new festival, Sasuke has tried different ways to forge a relationship with his daughter. However, all the strategies end up with failure. Obviously, Sarada is annoyed by the attitude of his father, using an expression that brings the first sagas of Naruto in fans mind. In fact, the girl called her father "boring," which surely hurt Sasuke. According to Comicbook, Sasuke went so far as to label Naruto as annoying before the Uchiha clan was massacred, but he kept the insult around for Sakura.

Previously, the reason for Boruto's training was really just an excuse. Boruto did not want to disturb Himawari spending time with Naruto, so he left. After all, instead of training he even watched an eating contest. But this episode shows that Boruto did want to practice with Sarada. As soon as Boruto found out Sasuke came home, he gave Sarada an opportunity to spend time with his father. Sarada and Sasuke were finally able to enjoy time together. Then they leave for home and eat takoyaki with Sakura.

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Inspired by the Uchihas, Boruto decides to be forthright with his father and request to train with him, reports Anime News Network. Episode 95 ended with a warm heart, both for the Uchiha family and the Uzumaki family.

New beginning and ending

Shueisha announces that "Boruto: Naruto Next Generations" animated series will soon debut a new opening and a new ending. The magazine at the moment simply reveal the artists of the two acronyms. The opening will be entrusted to the "Fujifabric" and the ending to the "Skypeace." The series has reached episode number 95 and has just concluded the narration of the arc of Mitsuki's disappearance and of the events of Naruto Gaiden.

Originally created by Masashi Kishimoto, Naruto ran in Shueisha's Weekly Shonen Jump for 700 chapters.