Animenewsnetwork - Naruto Shippūden 394 is more like "Naruto: The Paperwork" or "Naruto: The Political Debates." With political figures discussing the reinstatement of chūnin exams after the rather disastrous one in the first Naruto series, we're treated to scenes of characters confiding they're going to propose something and then seeing them propose it in the following scene. Riveting. Even Attack of the Clones had more action between its political debates. There isn't a single punch or kick in this episode. There have been episodes that aren't action-heavy before, but they at least had something better to offer than the occasional moment of humor and a detailed look at the political system in the world of Naruto.