Saori Hayami, the voice actress of Yor Forger in Spy x Family anime, picked her favorite scene from episode 23. Last week, Takuya Eguchi, the voice actor of Loid Forger, picked his best scene from episode 22.
The official Twitter account of the anime and TOHO animation’s YouTube channel posts a video weekly that shows a member of the cast or staff picking the best scene from every episode along with their comments, and the new update is for the anime’s 23rd episode, titled “The Unwavering Path“.
In the episode, Fiona Frost challenges Yor Forger to a tennis match. Saori Hayami’s favorite scene goes to Fiona Frost as:
“Fiona-san’s overflowing monologue, and the very powerful video… That’s an unforgettable scene.“
You can check the cast members’ favorite scenes of the second cour from links below:
- Loid Forger’s Voice Actor Picks the Best Scene in Spy x Family Episode 13: “It’s Finally Started”
- Anya Forger’s Voice Actress Picks the Best Scene in Spy x Family Episode 14: “It Brought Me to Tears”
- Bond Forger’s Voice Actor Picks the Best Scene in Spy x Family Episode 15
- Saori Hayami Picks Favorite Scene in Spy x Family Episode 16: “I Love the Scene”
- Damian Desmond’s Voice Actress Picks Best Scene of Spy x Family Episode 17
- Yuri Briar’s Voice Actor Picks His Best Scene in Spy x Family Episode 18: “I Found Him So Easy”
- Yor Forger’s Voice Actress Picks Her Best Scene from Spy x Family Episode 19: “Mama Was the Wind”
- Anya Forger’s Voice Actor Picks Her Best Scene in Spy x Family Episode 20: “He Can’t Have Enough Medicines”
- Fiona Frost’s Voice Actor Picks Her Best Scene in Spy x Family Episode 21: “I Was Overtaken by the Feeling of ‘Love’”
- Loid Forger’s Voice Actor Picks His Best Scene in Spy x Family Episode 22: “The Gap”
The WIT STUDIO and CloverWorks’ collaborative anime Spy x Family based on Tatsuya Endo’s Shonen Jump+ manga of the same name began in April and ended its first cour on June 25 in Japan with the 12th episode. The second cour began broadcasting on October 1, and the manga surpassed 26.5 million circulating copies with the 10th volume’s release on October 4.
Source: Official YouTube
© Tatsuya Endo, Shueisha / Spy x Family Project