An anime noob, an anime moderate, and an anime adept watch Naruto every week and slowly lose their minds.
This is Narushow, a podcast about Naruto.
167: The Scent of Sasuke
Episodes discussed: 330 & 331
Last week was a real doozy of a pair of episodes, so you know what time it is! Back to some clip shows! Hooray! But at least we get an excellent musical breakdown of the Tailed Beasts and the Jinchuriki. Oh, and Sasuke's back, I guess.
166: Brain Belly
Episodes discussed: 328 & 329
Finally, we get Naruto at his fullest potential, this time with Kurama at his back and ready to absolutely tear it up. This is the moment y'all have been waiting for. Naruto in his full, robed glory.
165: Short Episode for Big Fox
Episodes discussed: 326 & 327
We usually like to cover episodes where things actually happen, but sometimes we just run into one of those that's nothing but recaps of things that happened in the past. But hey, at least we learned the Nine-Tails' name?
164: Mad Lad Bantz
Episodes discussed: 324 & 325
Naruto and the man who is Tobi again quite literally butt heads this week, and we've got the flashbacks to prove it!
Stop Asian Hate: An Interview with Jimmy Wong
Hey everyone, we'll be back on Thursday with an episode of Narushow, but in keeping with everything that happened last week - and taking into account that we are a podcast about a show produced in Japan - we wanted to further the conversation regarding the Stop Asian Hate movement.
And, to do so, we'd like to welcome to the show Jimmy Wong, an actor, writer, songwriter, activist, and generally one of the best dudes around. He sat down with Taylor Cocke to have a conversation about everything going on with the movement, what people can do to help, and how we can engage with our Asian media more responsibly.
Find Jimmy on Twitter here: https://twitter.com/jfwong
Find more ways to help here: https://linktr.ee/jfwong
Stop Asian Hate
No new episode this week, as we're standing in solidarity with our Asian American and Pacific Islanders countrymen. If you're looking for ways to help, please find resources here: