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The fact the members of the Democratic establishment are considering allowing the Supreme Court to repeal Roe v. Wade should tell you all you need to know because that’s what this is. How do we stand for these people while constantly worrying that they’ll stab us in the back?

The Democratic leadership is still living in the early 90s and believes in the “rational center” and “hearing both sides” against all evidence showing that leads to humiliating powerlessness.

Yuya and Reiji’s VAs speak their thoughts on ArcV ending

What were your thoughts and feelings as you finished the final postrecording session?

Ono Kensho (Yuya): As I recorded my lines, I kept thinking, “The show’s ending!?” It was kind of sad (laughs). But I still gave my all for this final Entertainment Duel. It was very fun!

During the three years that you worked on the show, which Duel do you think is the most impressive?

Ono Kensho: All the Duels were impressive, but if I have to choose one, the most impressive one for me is Yuya vs Yuri. I’ve been anticipating that Duel since Yuri debuted, and when it actually happened, I was like “It’s finally here!” That Duel was basically Me vs Me, and it was very fun.

Do you have a message to the fans who have supported the show?

Ono Kensho: Thank you all for the past three years! I have grown alongside Yuya during those three years. I’m really happy that I was able to participate in a franchise that I’ve loved since I was a kid, and I will treasure it for the rest of my life. Please continue to support the Yu-Gi-Oh series!

What were your thoughts and feelings as you finished the final postrecording session?

Hosoya Yoshimasa (Reiji): It still feels really unreal to me that we won’t have another postrecording session starting next week. I kept wondering about how the story will end as the postrecording for the final episode drew near. And…What do I say…I was musing about how the final product will be delivered after the recording for the final episode is done, and so on.

Do you have a message to the fans who have supported the show?

Hosoya Yoshimasa: There’s always black and white, light and dark, up and down… And sometimes you’ll get what you want and need, sometimes you won’t, but at the end of the day, I think that all of them are still part of a show and entertainment. A world without heart (kokoro) would be a lonely one, so I think it is something we all need. And also, a performance must have spectators for the entertainment to matter. With that said, I would like to thank you all for supporting the show!

Thanks to DMC3444 for the translation