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I watched all Naruto episodes on Netflix. I want to know if episode 220 leads right into Naruto Shippuden. I only watched a few minutes of episode 1 in Shippuden, but just watching it, I feel like I'm missing more episodes that lead into Shippuden.

Is there anymore Naruto episodes after Episode 220? Like, do they show Pervy Sage actually training Naruto or does his path of training leads into Shippuden?

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    there is no need to start every word with a captital letter, in fact it hurts the readability of your question – Memor-X Aug 7 '16 at 10:08
  • Whoever voted to close: I'm not sure why you think this is primarily opinion-based. If you'd like to come out and explain your reasoning...? – Torisuda Aug 8 '16 at 4:55
  • @Torisuda if you look at the edit history the question title did seem like it was primarily opinion-based before i altered it to match what the body was asking – Memor-X Aug 8 '16 at 11:17
  • @Memor-X I see it now. Still, I would hope that people aren't voting to close solely based on the title, even when the question is horrifically hard to read as this one was before your edits. – Torisuda Aug 8 '16 at 13:12
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No, you haven't missed any episodes. There is a time skip between the end of Naruto and the beginning of Shippuden, where Naruto goes off and trains with Jiraiya and the other characters do various other things as well, some of which are shown in flashbacks but most are just referred to.

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There will be reference episodes regarding training and Naruto's growth in the future parts of Shippuden. They even pop-up just as filler episodes between an interesting plot through the series up until about episode 300 or so.

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