Yamato tells Naruto to use his own strength rather than the kyuubi's. He says Naruto's own power is just as strong. Sakura, Naruto, and Yamato start looking through Sai's picture book. (Sai's the one on the right in the picture. Naruto's drawing something like faces on Sai's scroll. :P) One cover has a black haired boy (Sai) and the other a white haired boy which he calls his brother. The only time Sai shows any emotion is when he notices the book is gone. The middle pages of it are unfinished. The story of each boy starts with their respective cover and works its way towards the center. The characters are silent and there's no captions. With Sai's section, he's always on the right page, while the left is a different person fighting him. He slowly takes the weapons and armor after winning each fight. His 'brother's' side is the same except for him being on the left page. Yamato's team make it to Orochimaru's hideout and find Sai. Supposedly his true mission was to show Danzou's plans to Orochimaru about destroying Konoha. After this he was supposed to send info back to Danzou about Orochimaru. The book was supposed to be a present for his brother. But, while he was taking his time, his brother died from an illness, and he wasn't able to complete it. He wasn't related to Sai. But, since he would always praise him for his work and they didn't have their own families they considered each other as brothers. Sai wants to learn more about what bonds and relationships really mean, so he rejoins the team. After realizing that Naruto's personality is similar to his brother, he remembers and draws the middle page. Which has him holding hands with his brother, and they're both smiling. After doing this Sai actually gives a real smile. ^_^ Apparently the actual mission that Sai had from Danzou was to assassinate Sasuke. So Orochimaru wouldn't have a new body to change into. In the end it would have saved Konoha.
Since, blogspot is being weird, I'm not going to post my Japanese stuff today. (It's coming up with symbols for a font and no matter what I do it doesn't show up normal after typing it. Typing it on another place and pasting seems to work, but it takes a bit more time.) So, Sunday I should have that day's stuff along with today's to post. :P
Gintama was just about as nuts as Naruto this week. It made me cry too. :'( They showed a bit of Gintoki past. When he was a kid he was found (by his master or 'teacher') eating an onigiri on a battlefield full of corpses. He would steal the weapons and armor from the corpses. His master gave him his sword and told him if he wanted to learn how to 'properly' use it, he should follow him. Back to present, Gintoki tells Tsukuyo that she should show her emotions, when she does she'll stay true to herself. Gintoki and Jiraia had an awesome fight! (Aren't Gintoki's fights always cool? :P) Gintoki's master had told him that he shouldn't use his sword to cut down his enemies, not to cut away his weaknesses and protect himself, but to protect his very soul. O.O Jiraia's pretty relentless. Even after he seemed dead he kept coming after Gintoki. Tsukuyo ended it by throwing her kunai at the back of his head. As he lay dying they found out more about him. He really had wanted to be killed by Tsukuyo. Apparently, his real name was Danzo Tobita. The only survivors of his clan were him and his sister. The people who destroyed his family told him to devote his life to them or he'd be killed. His sister committed suicide by jumping off a cliff. O.O In order to 'medicate' his situation, he started hurting himself and killing people. He didn't want Tsukuyo to go through what he went through. Gintama's interesting, because you actually feel sorry for the 'villians' when they die. They are just misunderstood and they show their human side in the end.
Well, tomorrow my parents come home. Wahoo! Also, it's Halloween! It should be fun! Hope everyone has a great one! :P