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Naruto (Dub) Episode 151 __EXCLUSIVE__


Anyway, I did want to bring up one thing that I hope and pray will spark some discussion in the forums. What role, if any, do fansubs play in the recent slipping TV ratings for big adult-aimed shows such as Fullmetal Alchemist and Inuyasha? I've heard this theory a couple of times in various tinfoil hat-style conspiracy ideas as to why these shows have lost a significant portion of their 18-34 audience over the past year or so. However, bittorrent downloads for episodes of big anime are in the same league as folks downloading bittorrent episodes of prime-time TV shows like Desperate Housewives, House, and others. The difference being, those prime-time network shows have a stable, built in audience in the millions. Do all those tens of thousands of fansub downloaders really have a negative impact upon the TV airings of their respective shows?




Naruto (Dub) Episode 151



Here's a scenario: Bleach is set to premiere this September on Adult Swim. Much like Naruto's premiere the year prior, I can foresee plenty of the former fansub viewers checking out the premiere episode out of curiosity, in order to see how the dub voices stand up as well as any potential edits or whatever. But, Naruto was meant for an audience far younger than Bleach, an audience generally unfamiliar with fansubs and bittorrent and whathaveyou. Once that curiosity subsides, will the hardcore, fansub-watching Bleach aficionados abandon the TV dub? Let's get some discussion going.


There's nothing interestingly kooky or outstanding on this week, so I'll go with the old standby: a new Naruto episode. Watch and listen with rapt attention as Ino, Shikamaru, and Chouji come to Sakura's aid against the seemingly unstoppable Sound Ninjas, who seem to have no qualms with sacrificing their own teammate to assure victory. Can the ragtag group of rookies manage to overcome the bloodthirsty trio? Let's get some discussion going.


More cards, more puns, more crummy dialogue, and more product placement than any one person could possibly hope for. I couldn't find a plot synopsis for this episode, unfortunately, but using my highly advanced deductive prowess I can imagine that there's maybe a card battle or two involved, and characters spend a lot of time agonizing over every move via internal monologue. 041b061a72


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