Well it's a background NPC, I'd imagine it's easy to miss.
Again, I wouldn't continue a 1/10 anime at gunpoint, much less at the suggestion of someone online. And again, most people were pretty damn satisfied with After Story, even those that didn't think Clannad was all that. It was a more than reasonable suggestion all things considered. I would still recommend After Story to those who watched Clannad.
I thought it started ok, but either way most people will tell you it did get better. I guess we just have different interpretations of 1/10. I wouldn't even watch 2 episodes of something I considered 1/10, much less 40+.
You ever visit Tv Tropes? Yuri has 14 different badass entries. It's insane. He also ranked first in Namco's popularity polls 3 times in a row. I knew I wasn't gonna be the only one to like him when I was playing, but I didn't quit expect that.
I still maintain it's a masterpiece of the genre, but no one forced you to watch it. I rarely finish a series I rated a 4, if there was a full series I rated a 1 (there isn't), I would stop very early. Earlier than I did with SAO.
Nowhere in particular. I was brainstorming with a friend for about 30 min. I came up with the "Melody" part first because I've always liked the name since that Pokemon movie. I don't remember how I came up with tragedy but my GT was either gonna be Tragic Melody or Melodic Tragedy. The former sounded better so I chose it.
Deleted a message ay? Like I said before, it was a joke, I even said I would stop if you were offended, to which you responded that you did not care. It never was a competition, again, everything has been explained beforehand, the fact that you missed out this obviously shows that you have a need to prove yourself and become a "winner". This must come from a life of losing. Thus you must prove yourself to others on the internet.
Unanimous that you won? This was never a competition, there was never a "win" or "lose". So you subconsciously brought this in like it was some sort of competition? Must be due to your childhood, and a lack of education. I'm sure you want to "win" in life, but making a competition out of everything is not the way to go.