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Swish and Flick: A Harry Potter Podcast
Episode 217 - Knowledge is Power

Swish and Flick: A Harry Potter Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 17, 2021 119:57


Oh, the good ol' Slug Club. Good thing? Bag thing? Hmmm... Join us for Part 1 of Chapter 7 of Harry Potter and the Half Blood Prince, The Slug Club! Weekly Prophet: Warner Brothers Studio Tour Hollywood & Universal Studios Hollywood Join us on another adventure into the Wizarding World! Don't forget to click the 3 dots in the corner and share the episode with your Potterhead friends and family! Check out our website for all of our latest news, merchandise, FAQs, and more! www.swishflickcast.com We have a mailbox! If you ever have the inclination to send us anything please address mail to the following: Swish and Flick Podcast PO Box 690697 Orlando, FL 32869 Our voicemail number is: 330-552-7043 Welcome to Swish and Flick! We post weekly podcasts and vlogs for you that are all about The Wizarding World of Harry Potter. We hope you will subscribe to us and follow us on our adventures! Support the podcast and become part of the pod as a patron and receive exclusive podcast perks! Gain access to our exclusive felix files episodes, discord channel, live recordings, trivia games, swish swag boxes, live hangouts & more here: www.patreon.com/swishflickcast Thank you so much for all of your support! You can find us at the handles below: Instagram: @SwishFlickCast Twitter: @SwishFlickCast Facebook: www.facebook.com/swishflickcast Your hosts can be found on: Twitter: @thepetrasfamily @tiffswish_flick Instagram: @thepetrasfamily @ohhhmalley @tiffswish_flick Thank you so much for listening and don't let the muggles get you down...

Bookend Homeschoolers
S2E12 The 1st vs 7th Kid: Everything BUT Homeschoooling

Bookend Homeschoolers

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 17, 2021 33:19


Rachel asks Mindy about the difference in parenting the 1st versus the 7th in today's episode! Rachel got to ask ANYTHING, so there are confessions and hilarity. We don't talk homeschooling issues in this episode, but that is coming in a few weeks! Bedtime, TV, gaming, books, and more for how Mindy did it 24 years ago and how she's doing it now. As usual, we start with our Homeschooling Moments of the Week, then dive into our topic, suggest a Make It Personal, and end with someone lovely. Our Zazzle store! 3:15 Homeschooling Moments of the Week 6:40 Topic Talk: Ask Mindy anything for 1st vs 7th kid 13:36 Nintendo Wii (feel free to buy big items through our links! ;) ) 15:49 Harry Potter series 20:20 The Lazy Genius Way by Kendra Adachi 23:33 Call out lies! Bookend Homeschoolers S2E2 Keeping a Sense of Humor with Betsy Jenkins 25:47 Boy undies!! YAY! 27:48 Geronimo Stilton books 28:00 Common Sense Media 28: 13 The Martian 28:20 Mandie books 28:24 Anne of Green Gables 28:29 Project Hail Mary 28:38 Make It Personal: Both Bookends Bookend Homeschoolers on Instagram - go comment: 1st vs (current caboose) 29:51 Take This With You: Mindy (laugh!) 30:05 Ted Lasso Take This With You: Rachel (see a friend) Bookend Homeschoolers on Instagram Mindy at gratefulforgrace Rachel at colemountainhomeschool Our Zazzle store!   *Please note that all products linked are Amazon affiliate links. Your cost is the same, but a small portion of your purchase will come back to us to help offset the costs of the show. Thanks for your support!*

PreAccident Investigation Podcast
PAPod 361 - Spirit Airline Flight 3044

PreAccident Investigation Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 16, 2021 27:18


It is 2021! Get Caught Trying to Make the World Better! Best Safety Podcast, Safety Program, Safety Storytelling, Investigations, Human Performance, Safety Differently, Operational Excellence, Resilience Engineering, Safety and Resilience Incentives... Give this a listen. Thanks for listening and tell your friends.  See you on Audible...all my books are up on there.  One of them is read by a British dude - it is like a Harry Potter book!  Have a great day as well. 

Fortunately... with Fi and Jane
207. Soup Making and Self-Pleasure, with Poppy Jay and Rubina Pabani

Fortunately... with Fi and Jane

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2021 50:21


This week on Fortunately, Fi and Jane chat to Poppy Jay and Rubina Pabani, hosts of Brown Girls Do It Too on the BBC Asian Network. Poppy and Rubina's award -winning podcast discusses sex as a British Asian woman. They tell Fi and Jane about breaking taboos, negotiating generation gaps and translating Harry Potter. Fi and Jane then make a triumphant return to the piazza, where there's Women of the Year envy and matrimonial conundrums. Get in touch: fortunately.podcast@bbc.co.uk

Finding the Floor - A thoughtful approach to midlife motherhood and what comes next.

 “Always have something to do when your guests arrive at the party.”  It was fun going down memory lane and remembering some of my favorite birthday parties that I have thrown over the years for my kids.  I really do love a good party!  In this episode I share 5 different birthday parties, the Princess mother-daughter party, the Pokemon party, the Quidditch Party, the Wild Kratt party and the Harry Potter party (which is different from the quidditch party.  Can you tell we love Harry Potter at our house?) I also share a few tips that I learned from the Alison Show to think about when you are planning a party. Come down memory lane with me as I reminisce about my favorite birthday parties.  For more information see www.findingthefloor.com/ep067Don't miss an episode - subscribe or follow me on whatever podcasting app you are listening on and join my weekly email newsletter: Finding the Floor Fridge Notes. 

TX Forever
S3E12: Underdogs (with Erin Mallory Long)

TX Forever

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2021 101:28


This week's buddy is the stunning Liv Tyler, oh we mean Erin Mallory Long (@erinmallorylong), co-host of the Best of Friends Podcast and Monster's Inc. stan. This week our references span the ages from It's a Wonderful Life, to Wanda Vision, to Harry Potter and more. Of course we pick apart Panther's trip to STATE, the best Tyra/Landry moments of the season, and the aftermath of the McCoy family drama. Much ado about flare jeans, bangs that look sexy pushed back and so much more gets unpacked this week - enjoy! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/txforeverpod/support

Witchy Wellness Radio
#132 My Magic Element with Ema Tekeliova

Witchy Wellness Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2021 39:00


Our guest today, Ema Tekeliova creates inspirational digital products for people who wants to supercharge their mindset. Ema is from Slovakia, but currently living in sunny Australia; Harry Potter geek, Wim Hof method lover. She is all over the spiritual and mindset things which helped her to transform over one year to someone that she is now. Ema looks positive on the world and truly feel happy inside. SHOW LINKS: Ema's WEBSITE: https://beacons.page/mymagicelement/ Ema's ETSY: https://www.etsy.com/au/shop/MyMagicElement Ema's INSTA: https://www.instagram.com/mymagicelement/ Sign up for FREE Essential Oils Webinar Class: https://www.hol-fit.com/oilsclass Buy Magnesium: https://lddy.no/r61x use code WITCHY to get 10% off

Just Keep Rowling: A Harry Potter Podcast
Ep. 103 - It‘s Flying, Sir

Just Keep Rowling: A Harry Potter Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2021 74:13


Join Ellen and Keighty as we discuss Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire, covering the first half of Chapter Thirty (The Pensieve) and the corresponding film scenes. While we love Harry Potter, we do not condone or agree with its creator's ignorant opinions. We stand with the trans community. Thank you for checking out Just Keep Rowling! We post weekly podcast episodes comparing and contrasting the Harry Potter books to the movies, Potter Ponderings, a weekly trivia question (that can win you a sticker!), Sorting Hat Stories, and other Harry Potter related fun! Please subscribe and join us as we delve into our favorite book series and the films that brought them to life. Follow us on Podbean: https://justkeeprowling.podbean.com/ to get the episodes as early as possible and get a leg up on answering the trivia question! We have officially launched our website! Check it out at www.justkeeprowling.com for all of our latest news, merchandise, and more!  We are on a list for the Top 15 Harry Potter Podcasts of 2021! Check it out here: https://fictionhorizon.com/best-harry-potter-podcasts-ranked/ We have also been added to a Top 30 Harry Potter Podcast List! Check it out here: https://blog.feedspot.com/harry_potter_podcasts/ Find us at the handles below: Instagram and Twitter: @JustKeepRowling Facebook: www.facebook.com/JKRPodcast - join us here for Potter Pondering discussions and the chance to answer the weekly trivia question first! Subscribe to us on YouTube to get access to our weekly episodes, vlogs, other random videos, and our future cooking show: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCvAWLJXzXgaE74QypkuXVbg?view_as=subscriber If you would like to share your own Sorting Hat Story with us to read on a future episode or have any other questions, email us at JustKeepRowling@gmail.com. Don't forget to subscribe so you can get the episodes sooner! If you have Apple, please Rate and Review us! (send us an email to let us know you did and we will also send you a sticker!) If you don't have Apple, you can leave us a recommendation on our Facebook page to get a sticker. We have also launched our Patreon Program. Become a patron for extra podcast perks, including access to Potterheads, A History, giveaways, a special Facebook group for patrons only, and more! Help us reach our monthly goals so we can create more content, t-shirts, hand-thrown mugs, other merchandise, and much more! Check it out here: https://www.patreon.com/JustKeepRowling Special thanks to our wonderful Patrons: Order of Merlin First Class: Kate, Diana Chapman, Mike Riley, Karlee Ferguson, Max Nash, Quincy Tyree, and Justin Reynolds Order of Merlin Second Class: Sara Baines-Miller and Ashly Tere Order of Merlin Third Class: Cali Waters Order of Merlin Fourth Class: Dave Garza, Julianna Mumau, Kaili Kameoka, and Robert Griffey Jr. Order of Merlin Fifth Class: Amber Cox and Kayde Reiken  Order of Merlin Sixth Class: Liselotte Gertenbach and Jessica Larsson Viksten

Super Carlin Brothers
Harry Potter: J vs Ben: ULTIMATE Harry Potter Ghost Trivia Quiz

Super Carlin Brothers

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2021 29:17


Get 25% off and zero delivery fees on their first order of $15 or more, when you download the DoorDash app and enter code JVSB2021 Go to http://boxofawesome.com and enter code super at checkout to get 20% off your first monthly box! Today J and Ben face off once more to find out who knows the most about Nearly Headless Nick, Moaning Myrtle, They Gray Lady and the rest of the ghosts in Harry Potter! (also Helen Hunt) Play along with us :: https://www.wizardingworld.com/quiz/the-ghoulish-ghost-quiz #SuperCarlinBrothers #HarryPotter #JvsBen Edited by :: Riley Murtagh

First Draft with Sarah Enni
Arguably Achievable Perfection With Benjamin Dreyer

First Draft with Sarah Enni

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2021 62:37


First Draft Episode #327: Benjamin Dreyer Benjamin Dreyer, vice president, executive managing editor and copy chief of Random House, and New York Times bestselling author of Dreyer's English: An Utterly Correct Guide to Clarity and Style and Dreyer's English (Adapted for Young Readers): Good Advice for Good Writing. Links to Topics Mentioned In This Episode: “Meet the Guardian of Grammar Who Wants to Help You Be a Better Writer,” by Sarah Lyall in The New York Times Before and After the Book Deal: A Writer's Guide to Finishing, Publishing, Promoting and Surviving Your First Book by Courtney Maum (hear Courtney weigh in on the traditional publishing process in Track Changes: Publishing 101) #1 New York Times bestselling author and Pulitzer Prize winner Elizabeth Strout, author of Olive Kitteridge, Olive Again, and the recent release Oh William! Shirley Jackson, author of The Haunting of Hill House, The Lottery, and more

Harry Potter and the Sacred Text
Patience: At Flourish & Blotts (Book 2, Chapter 4)

Harry Potter and the Sacred Text

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2021 40:34


Vanessa and Matt explore the theme of Patience in Chapter Four of Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets. This week they discuss bliss at The Burrow, our introduction to Gilderoy Lockhart, and Lucius's parenting. Throughout the episode we consider the question: how does patience balance competing desires?Thank you to Oliver for this week's voicemail. Next week we're reading Chapter 5, The Whomping Willow, through the theme of Anxiety.--It's two sickles to join S.P.E.W., and only two dollars to join our Patreon for extra bloopers every week! Please consider helping us fill our Gringotts vault so we can continue to make this show. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

ScaryCrit
Murphy's Fin - Deep Blue Sea (1999)

ScaryCrit

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2021 93:42


We start E37 off with Lauren's not-so-vague review of Muppet's Haunted Mansion and where it lies on the Muppet Movie scale of greatness. Your favorite horror hosts call the Negronomicon (8:20) off the shelf to recap their Art Meets Life appearance, gush over the newest news about Scream  (11:11), and have a quick Whatcha' Watching?! moment before throwing on their wetsuits to go 3000 leagues under 1999's Deep Blue Sea (19:45). Follow Us Online & don't forget to leave us a 5 star review!www.scarycritpodcast.com | twitter.com/scarycritpod | instagram.com/scarycritpodWant to watch our Art Meets Life episode? Check it out here: https://youtu.be/7155eEr3nnUGems from Episode 37Muppets Haunted Mansion (2021)The Muppet Christmas Carol (1992)The Muppets' Wizard of Oz (2005)Halloween Kills (2021)The Evil Dead (1981)Scream (2022)Charmed (1998)Sex Education (2019)Only Murders in the Building (2021)Squid Game (2021)Alice in Borderland (2020)As the Gods Will (2014)The Italian Job (2003)Army of the Dead (2021)Ocean's Eleven (2001)The Sopranos (1999)Deep Blue Sea (1999)The Haunting (1999)Jaws (1975)The Meg (2018)Scream (1996)Psycho (1960)Braveheart (1995)Pulp Fiction (1994)Mo Better Blues (1990)Goodfellas (1990)Jungle Fever (1991)Juice (1992)Menace II Society (1993)Die Hard: With a Vengeance (1995)Jurassic Park (1993)Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace (1999)Eve's Bayou (1997)Frankenfish (2004)Grey's Anatomy (2005)Alien (1979)The Mummy (1999)Panic Room (2002)Silence of the Lambs (1991)North by Northwest (1959)Sealab 2021 (2000)Brooklyn Nine-Nine (2013)Poseidon (2006)Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix (2007)Jurassic World (2015)Power (2015)Anacondas: The Hunt for the Blood Orchid (2004)Thirteen Ghosts (2001)Underwater (2020)It (2007)True Blood (2008)

The ManNic Podcast
4.3: Halloween Is Coming!

The ManNic Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2021 88:07


It's October which means that Halloween is just around the corner so we decided to have a look at some of the horror films that we've had the pleasure (and sometimes displeasure) of viewing. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- This season we are bringing you three segments on top of the weekly theme! CHARACTER SHOWDOWN The first is a brand new segment that we like to call "Character Showdown". The boys each randomly select a contender followed by a random activity (such as, who would win in a thumb war or Who would win in a staring contest) they then have to fight for their contender to be that weeks victor! CASTING COUCH A returning segment, Casting Couch is a running segment where the boys attempt top reboot a well loved franchise. This season the boys will be casting the adult characters if the Harry Potter series. This includes faculty, family, allies & villains! THIS WEEK IN GEEK A new segment where the boys take a look at the latest entertainment news as well as discussing all the latest things they've watched, played and enjoyed! ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- If that wasn't enough for you we also have two Patreon exclusive segments for those of you who are ManNic Patrons and have access to the extended episodes. Patreon is the best way to enhance your ManNic experience. For as low as £1 a month you get access to extended episodes as well as the ManNic Discord where you can chat to other patrons as well as help shape the future of the podcast. - The link to our Patreon is available in the Linktree below. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- If your new to The ManNic universe then why not check out one of our social media profiles (using the Linktree link) where we post updates, polls, blogs and general musings! https://linktr.ee/ManNic Dont forget to go and check out our friends over at "A Nice Cup Of Histortea" at the link below! http://CupofHistortea.buzzsprout.com/ ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Thank you for listening Stay Safe & Stay ManNic!

Football Cliches - A show about the unique language of football
Nutmegs, pre-match cheeseburgers and 40-year-old goalkeepers, with Ralph Ineson

Football Cliches - A show about the unique language of football

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2021 67:06


The Athletic's Adam Hurrey and Charlie Eccleshare are joined by Ralph Ineson, star of The Office, Game of Thrones and the Harry Potter films, for the latest edition of Mesut Haaland Dicks. Ralph's loves, hates, fascinations and irritations of football include: the joy (and cruelty) of nutmegs, touching the match ball when it flies into the stand, the irritation of short corners and co-commentators who clearly hate your club. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Reading Harry Potter with a Four-and-a-Half Year-Old
Order of the Phoenix: Chapter 1. Dudley Demented

Reading Harry Potter with a Four-and-a-Half Year-Old

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2021 74:22


After a few years off we return to Harry Potter. We start off with a bit of catch-up to jog our memories on what happened in the last book, and then we learn that one of us has a lot of faith in the Ministry of Magic. This book (mild spoiler alert) is going to rock him to the core, I can already tell. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/reading-harry-potter/support

Super U Podcast
Michael Preysman

Super U Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2021 11:43


Michael Preysman is the founder and CEO of Everlane, a direct-to-consumer design brand based in San Francisco, California. Preysman shares tips and insights about what makes his company is extremely successful.   5x #1 Bestselling Author and Motivational Speaker Erik Qualman has performed in over 55 countries and reached over 50 million people this past decade. He was voted the 2nd Most Likeable Author in the World behind Harry Potter's J.K. Rowling. Have Erik speak at your conference: eq@equalman.com Learn more at: https://equalman.com Motivational Speaker | Erik Qualman has performed in 55 countries and reached over 50 million people. Qualman inspires his audiences on Digital Leadership-ensuring they are harnessing the power of Innovation, Future Trends, Focus, and Digital Transformation. He has inspired audiences at FedEx, Chase, ADP, Huawei, Starbucks, Godiva, FBI, Google and many more.

PreAccident Investigation Podcast
Safety Moment = Trying to make people smarter by telling them how dumb they are is just wrong.

PreAccident Investigation Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2021 3:04


It is 2021! Get Caught Trying to Make the World Better! Best Safety Podcast, Safety Program, Safety Storytelling, Investigations, Human Performance, Safety Differently, Operational Excellence, Resilience Engineering, Safety and Resilience Incentives... Give this a listen. Thanks for listening and tell your friends.  See you on Audible...all my books are up on there.  One of them is read by a British dude - it is like a Harry Potter book!  Have a great day as well. 

Lazy, Yet Successful
Apple Event, Tipping, & Cancel Culture

Lazy, Yet Successful

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2021 58:09


Alan and Justin talk about the upcoming Apple event, drama over tipping at a restaurant, and cancel culture in the wake of Dave Chapelle's Netflix special. Plus, what is Gender? And what's our favourite Harry Potter movie? All this and more on the latest episode of Lazy, Yet Successful! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/lazyyetsuccessful/support

Concentrated Podcast
Episode 121 - Trivia Night Part 2

Concentrated Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2021 52:38


It's time to put up or shut up as we continue our look into pub/fandom trivia. This time actually participating in some heated trivia between Team Maria and Team Muneerah. With Eric as the Game Master, he's challenging them to 10 questions about a subject they both claim to know well, The Wizarding World of Harry Potter. Join us as they try to answer the challenging questions before them, and feel free to play along at home. Twitter: @concentratedpodInstagram: @concentratedpodFacebook: http://facebook.com/concentratedpodcastVoicemail: 301-531-4393Email: concentratedpodcast@gmail.comBuyMeACoffee: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/concentratedpodYoutube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCTqvXBYCkLcFnVyevMSaBQgConcentrated Merch: https://www.teepublic.com/user/concentratedFacebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/concentratedpodcast

Completely Unqualified
49: Draco Through the Lens of Social Worker Ran

Completely Unqualified

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2021 34:34


Hey everyone! Only two more movie-review episodes left of Completely Unqualified after this one - crazy to think about. This Wednesday, we watched Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince (2009). The Completely UNQ gals talk about Randi's social work analysis of Draco, their favorite Harry Potter insults, and their favorite spells in the HP series on this quick episode. Per usual, there was too much we had to do and too little time to really dive into this episode. As a summary, just know Lindsey continues to mourn the loss of Dumbledore and Randi thinks he's a terrible character. Sigh. Next week, keeping up with the HP saga, we're watching Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows - Part 1 (2010). Get your tissues ready, there's only more death and sadness to come!! We are so grateful you all have stuck with us for almost a whole year now - 49 episodes full. Thanks again for your continuous support, your listenership, and your movie recommendations that have made this podcast what it is. We love you! And we are...completely unqualified! --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/completelyunq/support

Throwing Fits
*PATREON PREVIEW* The Afters with adidas Spezial's Gary Aspden

Throwing Fits

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2021 4:28


On our new weekly lightning round mini ep with Gary Aspden, we're fucking around with Darwen, Topman, Prince William, Harry Potter, Mr. Bean, Piers Morgan, Gordon Ramsay, wearing Nikes, burning archives, the Queen, fatherhood, hypebeasts and much more. For more Throwing Fits, check us out on Patreon: www.patreon.com/throwingfits.

Alt Er Love SKAM Podcast
Claire returns to discuss DRUCK S2 Episode 4-6!

Alt Er Love SKAM Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2021 114:25


So it's been 84 years since we last posted and even this episode was recorded waaaaaaaaaay back in mid-July. Our personal lives may have changed (Claire's been in Ukraine for weeks now and Ben thoroughly enjoyed CT/NYC/Las Vegas), but Druck Season 2 hasn't! OG co-host Claire returns to give us her thoughts on Winterberg, Hans' messiness, what's going on with Jonas, and of course tangents. Yes, plenty of tangents about Shawn Mendes, Harry Potter, and more. All of that madness in this week's episode reviewing episodes 4-6 of Druck Season 2 :)Wanna share your thoughts?Email: alterlovepodcast@gmail.comIG/reddit: @alterlovepodcastTumblr: alterlovepodcast.tumblr.comTwitter: @alterlovepodTakk and alt er love!

Vandaag
Hoe kermis, tattoos en evolutie uit schoolboeken worden geweerd

Vandaag

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2021 20:22


Geen dino's, geen kermis en geen Harry Potter. De lobby van gereformeerde scholen op educatieve uitgeverijen is zó succesvol, dat veel van deze ‘wereldse zaken' niet voorkomen in lesmateriaal - dat ook door alle andere scholen in Nederland wordt gebruikt. Maarten Dallinga sprak met auteurs en illustratoren en ontdekte dat in de wereld van de schoolboeken niet alles mag.Presentatie: Floor BoonProductie: Weike van Koolwijk en Felicia AlberdingMontage: JP GeersingGast: Maarten DallingaLees ook het onderzoeksverhaal hier terug: https://www.nrc.nl/nieuws/2021/10/08/dinos-en-korte-rokjes-worden-uit-de-schoolboeken-geweerd-a4061168Zie het privacybeleid op https://art19.com/privacy en de privacyverklaring van Californië op https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Super Carlin Brothers
Harry Potter: Could The Veil Kill A Ghost?

Super Carlin Brothers

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2021 14:01


Head on over to http://betterhelp.com/super to get 10% off your first month! Video Sponsored by Ridge Wallet. Check them out here: https://ridge.com/scb Use Code “SCB” for 10% off your order Today J dives into the Wizarding World of Harry Potter to try and determine what would happen if a ghost traveled through the Veil in the Department of Mysteries?! #SuperCarlinBrothers #HarryPotter Edited by :: Riley Murtagh

EsGAYpe From Reality | A Simon Snow podcast
33. Of Course The Mage Listens to Morrissey: Carry On chapters 80-81

EsGAYpe From Reality | A Simon Snow podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2021 75:40


Today we are discussing chapters 80 and 81 of Carry On, in which: The Mage casts a Morrissey song and everything just. makes. sense; we get to the root of what magic is in this world; Agatha continues to bring us joy; we have to say goodbye to our beloved Ebb; and more!• Register for Kuumba Kickback (it's free!) here.• Don't forget to join us on 10/29 for our instagram live Mad Tea Party! • Want a handwritten spooky animal fact, courtesy of Jessie? Make a donation of any amount!• Keep an eye on our social media to learn when tickets to our live show become available!Like this podcast? Check out our Harry Potter podcast, The Gayly Prophet! Find us on socials: twitter instagram tumblrSupport us on Patreon to access early, extended release episodes, listen to our Buffy podcast We Are The Gayers, and so much more!Find out everything you want to know, and buy our merch at hashtagruthless.comShow art by Theo Julien Forrester and Lark Malakai GreyMusic in this episode: Professor and the Plant by Kevin MacLeod Link: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/4244-professor-and-the-plant License: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/Bohemian Rhapsody by Queen

Heroes in the Moment
GOBLET OF FIRE: Harry Potter Series Review

Heroes in the Moment

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2021 18:24


Michael and Nathan review the 4th Harry Potter film by breaking down its major characters, plot, action, and finish by rating it 1 out of 10. 

Inside Hogwarts
Chapter 17: The Four Champions/Triwizard Tournament

Inside Hogwarts

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2021 30:21


Today we will be talking about Chapter 17 of Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire, The Four Champions. Make sure that you have read the chapter so that you don't miss anything! For the analysis part of this episode we will be discussing the Triwizard Tournament. We will be going over the history of the tournament and an overview of what is to come in the tournament of 1994! Berries and Cream: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OyvhMHDi6Mo Here is the Wizarding World article that we used for today's analysis: https://www.wizardingworld.com/features/triwizard-tournament-retrospective Email us at insidehogwartspod@gmail.com to let us know all of your thoughts on today's episode! Check out our website: insidehogwarts.com Be sure to leave us a quick review and rating on Apple Podcasts and thanks for listening! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/insidehogwarts/message

No One's Okay
On Production with Keith Tripler

No One's Okay

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2021 69:26


Thanks for listening! This week director, producer of 9-1-1 and 9-1-1 Lonestar, and co-host of Heard the Nerds Podcast, Keith Tripler joins me to talk about his career journey. He talks about what it was like to move to Los Angeles and work as an assistant to Showrunner and Executive Producer Tim Minear (9-1-1, American Horror Story, Feud, Firefly). He shares some incredible on set stories and his words of wisdom to anyone looking to work in the entertainment industry both in front of and behind the camera. We talk everything from Harry Potter, to how to prioritize when working a demanding job, to what changes need to happen in the industry. As always we concluded with the eternal question, “Are You Okay?” But, spoiler alert… we weren't. xo, Pamela LISTEN/SUBSCRIBE TO THIS PODCAST Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/no-ones-okay/id1495487224 Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/71zwoGcKEgZ8FvMVcwPawh?si=85kZIupGTICYMvarnmw0ag Stitcher: https://www.stitcher.com/show/no-ones-okay NO ONE'S OKAY SCHEDULE New Episodes every Tuesday BASED ON SCHEDULE New Episodes every other Monday CONNECT WITH US Website- http://www.noonesokay.com SOCIAL MEDIA Instagram- https://www.instagram.com/noonesokay @PamelaPortnoy KEITH TRIPLER https://www.instagram.com/keithtripler/?hl=en HEARD THE NERDS PODCAST https://open.spotify.com/show/7ind3zNgKKOS6MkxIxaQJG?si=O9c7Z3TeQ1WAevDOJu3piA&dl_branch=1 #NoOnesOkayPodcast #KeithTripler #Producing

Peeling Back The 4th Wall
59. Harry Potter Underappreciated Magic.

Peeling Back The 4th Wall

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2021 24:53


Aurora and I peel back the curtain to some of the underrated magical objects and spells in the Wizarding World. We also discuss the various capabilities and uses these elements could have had in the books and movies if the characters took advantage of their full powers. Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/PeelingBackthefourthwall Reach out with Feedback of Comments to wadewolf0@gmail.com  Music & Sound effects obtained from https://www.zapsplat.com

Witchcraft & Wizardry - A Magical Harry Potter TTRPG Adventure

Masie helps students in need while the council makes plans. Witchcraft & Wizardry is a magical adventure in the world of Harry Potter using Tablestory’s very own ruleset by the same name. Join us in the halls of Hogwarts as we follow the adventures of students trying to make their way into the Wizarding World […] The post Witchcraft and Wizardry – Year 3 Ep. 22 – First Victim appeared first on Tablestory.

So, Here's My Story...
Ep225: Hoarding and Hermione

So, Here's My Story...

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2021 27:11


How do you strike the balance between keeping things that you might not ever need, and getting rid of things that you might regret not having? Why is that important for business?  Having exactly what you need but nothing extra is a Nirvana that few can ever attain.  It might show up in the amount of stuff you have, in your processes, or even in your systems.  Even space can be hoarded – there is something about having more space that is associated with success, and something about downsizing (or right-sizing) space that feels like going backwards.  There is a trap of equating quantity of value and worrying you won't have when you eventually need it. How do you decide what you keep and what you can get by without, and when does not having it become more of a problem than having it around? Perhaps we need a spring cleaning in business, not just for our stuff, but for the processes and systems we have.  What story do you want to tell? So, that's our story... now, we want to hear yours! Pull up a chair and join the conversation in our Facebook Group: bit.ly/shmsgroup OR...  Shoot us an email: talktous@soheresmystory.com Connect with @SHMSpodcast on Twitter: https://twitter.com/shmspodcast  Text the word STORY to 345345 to get access to bonus content and weekly episode delivery. Text 410-632-6894 to start a conversation with us.  Want to support us? Love this podcast? Please tell your friends, post about us, or take a moment to review us & subscribe on iTunes, Stitcher, or wherever you listen to the podcast!

We Make Books Podcast
Episode 71 - Villains vs. Antagonists

We Make Books Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2021 36:45


We Make Books is a podcast for writers and publishers, by writers and publishers and we want to hear from our listeners! Hit us up on our social media, linked below, and send us your questions, comments, and concerns for us to address in future episodes. We hope you enjoy We Make Books! Twitter: @WMBCast  |  @KindofKaelyn  |  @BittyBittyZap Instagram: @WMBCast  Patreon.com/WMBCast Episode Transcript (by TK @_torkz) [Upbeat Ukulele Intro Music] Rekka: This is We Make Books, a podcast about writing publishing and everything in between. Rekka is a published Science Fiction and Fantasy author, and Kaelyn is a professional genre fiction editor. Together, they'll tackle the things you never knew you never knew about getting a book from concept to finished product, with explanations, examples, and a lot of laughter. Get your moleskin notebook ready. It's time for We Make Books. We Make Books Ep. 71 Transcription Kaelyn: Today we're talking about villains and antagonists, and why they're not actually the same thing, except in the cases that they are. Rekka: Yes, exactly. K [overlapping]: [laughing] R: Perfect. I think that nails it. Sometimes they're not the same thing, sometimes they are. K: Yeah, and we'll kinda get to this but, most villains are antagonists - most, not all. Not all antagonists are villains. And in fact you will likely, in any given story, have multiple antagonists, not all of whom are the villain. I went through and really dug up all of this stuff; shockingly, the word ‘hero' is the one with the most definitions attached to it, and most different con - R: We're not talking about heroes today! We're not! K [overlapping]: Well we - but we have to, because we don't get villains without heroes, and we don't get antagonists without protagonists. Both villains and antagonists are defined and really only exist so that they can oppose or create conflict for the hero or protagonist. It kinda makes you wonder, if left to their own devices, maybe they're just a mad scientist in a lab somewhere. R: Maybe they're the hero of their own story. K: Yeah, and then suddenly someone shows up to fight them and now they're the bad guy. [laughing] R: “I was perfectly lawful and good until you showed up!” K: Exactly, yes. The basic difference between a villain and an antagonist is that an antagonist is somebody who is there to contend or oppose the main character, typically the protagonist of the story. They're there to create opposition. A villain is doing that, but they're evil. R: [laughs] K [laughing]: What they're doing is, the opposition that they're creating is either causing harm, causing suffering, will destroy the human race. It could be something more on a micro scale, where they've kidnapped the daughter of the main character; maybe they're trying to get their lemonade stand shut down so that they can sell lemonade that's gonna turn people into lizard people. An antagonist at the surface is just somebody who's doing things that's causing problems for the protagonist. They don't necessarily have to be evil. R: They could just be a rival. K: Yeah. Or any number of other things we're gonna get to here, but. And in fact as I mentioned, as you're reading a book, you're frequently gonna come across antagonists that are not actually evil. There's gonna be an antagonist who's the villain who may be evil at some point, not always, but there will be people that are antagonists. I will use an example that we love to use: Gideon the Ninth. Harrow definitely serves as an antagonist to Gideon through the book. But Harrow is not evil. R: Right. K: That's a great example of a villain operating without the audience knowing that the protagonist is coming into direct conflict with them because, we don't really find out who the villain of the story is until the very very end of it. Then we can look back and go like ‘Ah yes I see all of these things now.' The villain in the story, and spoilers if you haven't read Gideon the Ninth, but also if you listen to this podcast and you still haven't read it - R: You obviously are never going to read it at this point. K [laughing]: Yeah. The villain turns out to be Dulcinia, who is impersonating another character - and I stayed away, when writing notes for this and getting into the philosophical of what is evil and what is not - for these purposes we're gonna call her motives evil, in that she is trying to hunt down and destroy a lot of different people for her own reasons. The conflict that we come into there actually causes the antagonist and the protagonist in this, Gideon and Harrow, to sort of team up to oppose the actual villain, which by the way is a very common writing trope. Antagonists are a necessary component to any story even if they are not the source of central conflict. R: Yeah, because - and I know you're gonna lean into this example - but in Harry Potter, Draco Malfoy feels like he is central to everything in Harry's life, even though most of the time he just shows up to spew some awful thing he's overheard his parents say and then go away again. K: Draco is a good example of an antagonist who goes through a lot of different forms. Draco in the first few books of the series, he kinda shows up to make some comments and then leaves. He's not really doing much. Even in the second book when he's talking about the Chamber of Secrets and the heir of Slytherin and he actually is sitting around going ‘God I wish there was a way for me to help him' - well, okay, that's what minions do. Small antagonists. R: Most of the time everything that Draco Malfoy does or says is just to reinforce the fact that he's a jerk. K: Yeah, Draco just sorta pops up to remind all of us that there's Voldemort out there and his followers are terrible, because we don't see or interact directly with Voldemort for a lot of these books, so Draco's there to kind of remind us that he's out there. But then we finally get to book six, when Draco is given a very specific task to do: kill Dumbledore. And those listening at home, ‘okay well doesn't that make him a villain?' Well - does it? Because first of all he doesn't really actually wanna do this, but he has to. Second, he doesn't do it. At the end, he's not the one who carries this out. So again, everything's relative here. Because to Harry, he is just this thing that Harry feels he needs to track down and find out what's happening. You could go so far as to argue that Harry is creating his own conflict here, because if he just left Draco alone and went about his life trying to find these Horcruxes, things would've gone a lot smoother. R: [laughs] K: Dumbledore keeps telling Harry, ‘Hey. I got the Draco situation under control, don't worry about it.' Not in so many words and maybe if he had, again, things would've gone differently - R: You know what, communicating clearly is the antagonist of a plot. K: Okay. So that's interesting that you say that, because antagonists are not always people. R: Mhm. K: Antagonists can be certain external factors that the protagonist has to contend with. A good example of this is nature, in something like the movie Castaway. It's not evil - R [overlapping]: Okay. I was gonna say Deep Impact, like the meteor is not a villain, the meteor is an antagonist. K: Yeah. Exactly. It's not evil. The meteor or nature or something is not saying like, ‘Yes, I will destroy the world, and then also Tom Hanks.' [chuckles] R: If it can twirl its mustache, it might be a villain. K: It's just there, and it's something that the characters have to contend with. It can also be something supernatural; the thing I thought of off the top of my head was The Nothing in NeverEnding Story. It's operating unconsciously, if you will, in the sense that it doesn't seem to have nefarious purposes. It's just existing, and it's just growing. The characters are opposing it, they're trying to find a way to stop it, but it's not evil in and of itself. R: A hero trying to stop global warming is not fighting a villain. Unless - K: Ah, there's some villains in there. R: Yeah never mind, I take all that back. K: An antagonist can also be something like a society or an unjust system that the hero has to live and function in. The example that came to mind was Les Miserables. The main character, Jean Valjean, is sent to prison for stealing a loaf of bread because his sister and her children were starving. And we as the audience are meant to understand here that, while Javert - I believe is the name of the officer - is doing his duty by arresting him because he did commit theft, we understand that it is the dire circumstances of his society and his country that caused him to do this. His whole struggle and story is not only trying to lift himself up and overcome this system, but trying to one, make good on people he had hurt and things he had done in the process of this, but two, help other people that are also stuck in this system by hopefully coming up with a way to better it in the long run. I won't say overthrow it because he actively avoids that whole - R [overlapping]: Right. K: - part of the process in this story, but he is in his own way trying to get things to a better place. R: Yeah. K: I went through and just like, some ideas of antagonists who are not necessarily villains. We talked about Draco Malfoy - I will go to my grave saying that Draco is not a villain, he is first convenient exposition, and then an antagonist and an unwilling one at that. One of the ones I also thought of was Catra, from - R: Ah! K: - the first half of She-Ra, she kind of serves as sort of like a minion antagonist. R: Uh-huh. K: Her character evolves, and we'll talk about that as we continue to go through this. But she's an excellent example of just an antagonist. R: And again kind of like that rival thing - K: Yes. R: - like in anime or certain role playing video games, you always have the rival show up, and then by the end you are working with them to fight the actual villain. K: Another category is the conflict creators: people who are not evil, they don't have nefarious plots, but they're making the life of the main character unbearable. Mr. Darcy - R [overlapping]: [giggling] K: - from Pride and Prejudice is an excellent example of this. I threw the Lannisters on the list, and I'm sticking with the books - R: Right. K [laughing]: Not the TV show. R: So in this version, the Lannisters haven't managed to accomplish much yet. K: Yeah, exactly. Because, really, what are they doing? Are their motives evil? No, their motives are promoting and securing the prosperity and wellbeing of their family as much as possible. Now, they're doing things that again, evil being relative, we might look at this and go ‘oh they're evil.' I will choose the beheading of Ned Stark as a good example there. That's only evil to us because we like Ned Stark. R: Right. K: Because we look at him and see a good, just man who is being undone by his own kindness and mercy. The Lannisters look at him and go, ‘this guy's an idiot, and not only that he's a threat.' R: Mhm. K: ‘If we send him to the wall do you think his family is gonna go, ‘ah ok no problem, no harm no foul.'' Yeah, Joffrey's an impulsive little shit, who should not have done that and obviously messed up the plans of a lot of different third parties there, but from the perspective of the Lannisters he's right. R: Mhm. K: There was no reason to spare Ned Stark's life. R: It does start with the two incestuous Lannisters pushing a child out of a window though, so. K: Yes, and we can - that's a whole other episode about - R [overlapping]: [laughing] K: Well, trust me, I could do a whole episode about the evolution in literature, writing, and various media of using sexually-based components of character's personalities to demonstrate that they're evil. R: Mhm. K: But yes, this isn't to say that Jamie and Cersei themselves aren't evil, but the Lannisters as a whole are conflict creators. R: Okay. K: And within there they're all opposing each other in certain ways, but they're all kind of presenting a united front. R: The Lannister corporate machine. K: Yeah exactly. Casterly Rock incorporated. They're all presenting a united front in the promotion and wellbeing of their own family. There's obviously a lot of stuff going on there that we the audience know about, but pretend you're an outside observer in Westeros. Apart from some slight patricide - R: [laughs] K: - but that's okay, because that was the member of the family who we just barely put up with and obviously there was something wrong with him and we probably should've thrown him down a well a long time ago. R: Are you talking about Tyrion or are you talking about Tywin - K: Both, but from the perspective of the Lannisters, Tyrion. [laughing] R [overlapping]: [laughing] K: You can recover from that one, because of course there was something off about him, look at him. Never mind that he's the smartest and, actually, most caring member of their family, but y'know. That's not important, apparently. I made up an antagonist category that I'm calling “general pains in the ass.”  R: [laughing] K: [laughs] Where they are not necessarily doing anything, but their existence is just infuriating to the point that it's creating conflict for the protagonist. The one that I always love to point to is Gary from Pokémon. R: Mm. K: Who's just Ash's rival but it's a very hilariously one-sided rivalry.  R: Right, right. K: [laughs] The other one that I think is very good is actually: Sailor Moon, Tuxedo Mask in the anime. Because he is also trying to get the rainbow crystals.  R: Right. K: In a pain-in-the-ass antagonist - I would throw Rei in there. R: [laughs] Yeah, there you go. K: Again, the anime - the manga did not go into this, but they're constantly fighting over who's gonna be the better this-or-that, and who's doing the better job, and again, it creates conflict for Usagi because Rei is hyper-confident and very good at this, and Usagi is not, at all.  R: Right. It has more to do with Rei just constantly criticizing her and making her progression slower than anything else.  K: Yeah, you'll notice there's a lot of overlap here because apart from being a general pain in the ass in that scenario, Rei is also a conflict creator.  R: Yeah. K: The last one that gets a little philosophical is the protagonist themselves. Holden Caulfield is of course the standout example here, but I would take anybody that can't get out of their own way and put them on this list. One of the thoughts I came up with was Anakin Skywalker.  R: Okay. K: More with the Clone Wars TV show as a better example of that, but you certainly see it through the prequels as well. Has a set of morals and code that he lives by that is in direct conflict with what the Jedi are teaching him and telling him to do. R: Mhm. K: And that's an excellent case study into a descent into villany by having a singular goal and taking more and more extreme measures to meet it. R: Like Draco, there's somebody that is coaching him and trying to lead him in a direction that he wouldn't have chosen on his own almost at any point.  K: I'm not sure I agree with that, because what we see Anakin do over and over again, his singular motivation-- and this is, by the way, his antagonistic component-- is “protect my friends and loved ones.” R: Mhm. K: And so he's willing to take more and more extreme measures that in some cases are going to get him in trouble, he's going to have to go in front of the Jedi Council and go ‘I'm really sorry I did that, but I did save Obi-Wan, so I think it all works out in the end.' And you've got Yoda silently screaming in his head, going ‘This is not what Jedi are supposed to do, this is dangerous.' R: Yeah. K: But then also, it gets him to a point where his moral code is coming into conflict with what is important to him. So, yes I killed a bunch of people on a spaceship, but I saved all of the Senators and the Jedi on it. Well, now I've killed a bunch of children because I thought it was going to save my pregnant wife.  R: Mhm. K: And we're getting to a point where he can't differentiate those two things from one another because in the end you're still saving something or someone important.  R: Right. But I still think that - K [overlapping]: Oh, yes, having Palpatine - R [overlapping]: that progression -  K: - breathing in his ear for the whole time was not helping. [laughing] R: Yeah, that was an outside influence that encouraged that progression. K: Absolutely, yeah. So, that's another antagonistic force - that is an external factor, people attempting to influence the protagonist.  R: Mhm. K: So, we talked a lot about antagonists, and as we said, most villains - not all - most villains are antagonists but not all antagonists are villains. In order to be a villain, you gotta be evil. You have to be a quote-unquote “bad guy.” And you've gotta be doing something that is bad, something that's hurting either a people, or an entity, maybe nature, or a planet itself. Typically, you've got selfish motivations here. R: Mhm. K: Sometimes you have no motivations, and we'll get into that, because the pure evil villains are one of my favorite villains. But, villains are working to destroy a heroic purpose or protagonist. They may not know that that's what they're doing, but they're doing it. Some villains go their whole story without realizing that there's somebody working their way up to opposing them, because their protagonist is such a little miniscule blip on the scale of this evil plan here that they didn't even know someone was opposing them. Villains, they have to be bad. They don't exist in a vacuum. Y'know, we used the idea of the mad scientist who doesn't know he's the bad guy -  R: Mhm. K: - until someone shows up to fight him. If that guy's just left in his lab making some little itty bitty Frankenstein monsters to run around and help him with his experiments and things, then he never leaves and nothing bad ever happens, and the new Frankenstein monsters are happy with their existence, he's not a villain! [laughs] However, if he's oppressing those little Frankenstein monster guys, or maybe they're escaping out into the world and doing bad things to people that they encounter, that then starts to move him into the realm of villain.  R: Now, what if he's in his lab and his experiments are destroying the planet outside the lab, but he never leaves and he never realizes, and the Frankenstein [ed.: monster]s are happy?  K: Yeah, so this is where it gets weird, because what he's doing is evil but he's not doing it on purpose.  R: Mm. K: I'm trying to think what the classification for that would be. An unwilling villain, essentially. Maybe more of an antagonist at that point. I'm trying to come up with an example of something where somebody shows up and informs a scientist or creator doing something that what they're doing is having a negative impact on the world around it and they had no idea.  R: There is an episode of Star Trek: The Next Generation where they go to a planet where the people on the planet basically take some of the children off the Enterprise because they can't have children themselves, and the crew is able to convince them that it's their very powerful computer system that's causing radiation that's preventing them from being healthy, and that it would happen to the kids too if they stayed, and so on and so forth.  K: Yeah, I'm trying to - like, this one isn't necessarily as good an example, but in Ender's Game, at the very end we find out that the conflict, this whole giant conflict, kind of began almost on a misunderstanding that the human population encountered alien life in the form of bugs that were a hivemind.  R: Mhm. K: And the bugs killed all of the humans they encountered not understanding that there was a life form out there that wasn't a hivemind. Because from their perspective, it didn't matter if a few soldiers got killed, they were just essentially vessels for the larger collective consciousness. They didn't understand the - R [overlapping]: Right. Individuality. K: Yeah. So, that started them as an antagonist, but then this war escalates and escalates and, that one I don't know if we can come up with “villain” and whether sides are evil, at that point, but. With villains, they might not even need to know that they're directly opposing the main character. The biggest difference between the villain and the antagonist is that sometimes, but not always, the antagonist forms more of a plot role. It's somebody to be there to create conflict, to move the story along, or to motivate the protagonist. It's somebody who may provide opportunities for growth for the protagonist as well, again through opposition. K: Everything is opposition and conflict for antagonists. Antagonists, they can be friends or friendly rivals of the protagonist, but they are a plot role, they are helping to develop and move the character and the stories along. A villain is a character type. This is a potentially necessary component of the story, depending on the type of story that you're telling, and they have a role to serve within that. They have to be the central point of conflict for evil reasons, to give the character something moral and good and just to fight for and overcome. If this sounds contrived, or this sounds pedantic, I don't know what to tell you because this is literature. [laughs] R: [laughing] Yeah. K: This is - you will find this across all of human history in literature, the conflict between good and evil. That is the central focus of it. And listen, what we consider good and what we consider evil varies from culture to culture, time to time. Heroes don't fit a certain set of criteria across all cultures. If you go back and read any Greek myth, and what they consider to be heroes, most of these guys were assholes. Like, really bad people. But they did heroic things, and they lived in ways that were acceptable to the ancient Greeks.  R: Mhm. K: So therefore they were heroes. The Greeks are really interesting in that they did not write what was idealized, but what was true. So even though we know that the way they conducted their society, the way they lived and acted, is abhorrent to us, at the time it was acceptable. Not only acceptable, but encouraged.  R: Right. Perhaps even seen as heroic behavior.  K [overlapping]: To that end—yeah. To that end, evil is the same way.  R: Mhm. K: I'm gonna throw one last monkey wrench [laughs] into this - the villain, as we kept saying, most villains but not all are antagonists, because sometimes the villain's the protagonist. The villain is only the antagonist when they're not the main character of the story, when they're just serving as the sense of conflict. But sometimes in stories, the villain, who is evil and is doing evil things, is the protagonist, is the main character that we're following. Two of my favorite examples of this are Light from Death Note and Dexter from Dexter. Light is a teenager with a god complex who I wouldn't even say “starts off trying to do right in the world,” because if you watch the series really he's just experimenting using bad people until he gets the plan figured out. But, for those who are unfamiliar, Death Note is an outstanding anime that I highly recommend about a teenager who comes across a notebook that is stolen from a Japanese death god and learns that the names he writes in the notebook will die. And he gets more and more specific about specifying “will die at this time,” “will die in this way,” et cetera. And enters into this whole cat-and-mouse psychological thriller thing with himself and the police that are trying to stop this serial killer that they don't understand.  R: Right. K: The whole thing turns into this god complex of him establishing rules of what he thinks are right and wrong and threatening the entire world with what would basically be instantaneous death at his whim if they don't adhere to it. So let's be clear, Light is evil. He is killing people because they're not acting the way he wants them to. But he is the main character and the protagonist of the story, and if you watch it you find yourself cheering for him outwitting the police, outwitting this detective. One of the detectives, by the way, is his father. And you're still goin,g “Come on, Light, you can get yourself out of this one!” Dexter Morgan from Dexter is another good example. Dexter is a serial killer. Dexter has kill rooms where he duct tapes people to tables, ritualistically stabs them, chops the bodies up, and drops them in the water off the coast of Miami.  R: Mhm. K: Dexter also has a complex set of morality that he adheres to, and Dexter is a little bit different because he doesn't want to do these things, he wishes he wasn't like this, but he knows that he is and there's nothing he can do about it. The books are a little stranger about this than the TV show. So he's channeling his awfulness into only killing murderers.  R: Right, and the rules of morality that he follows are not actually his morals.  K: Yeah. R: They were given to him. K: Yes. As a way to hopefully help maintain and control him. But he's still killing people. And he's still operating outside the justice system. He's very careful about gathering all the evidence and knowing “yes, this person's definitely a murderer,” but he's still serving as judge, jury, and executioner without giving anyone the benefit of due process. In his mind it doesn't matter why you killed somebody. You killed somebody. And it's coming less from a place of morality than an opportunity to be an outlet for his own base urges. Villains can be protagonists. Just because somebody is the main character of the story doesn't necessarily mean that they're good.  R: In fact, I feel a little bit better about some books thinking about it that way. [laughs] K: Yeah, absolutely. And, look, there's a whole thing you can get into with the hero vs. the antihero, and what is considered heroic and what is considered acceptable; god, I think there's been entire books written about this, with Superman as a core component there. It is very nuanced to kind of sort these things out of where the line is between hero and villain, and even more so where the line is between antagonist and villain. At what point do you stop being just an inconvenience or a pain in the butt that someone's gotta deal with and become somebody who is an active threat to not just the protagonist but potentially those around them as well? R: I know a book can have antagonists and villains, we've established several that do. Can you have a book with more than one villain?  K: Absolutely!  R: How do they not just sort of shrink down to become antagonists, then, if there's more than one? Or is it just because of their behavior being evil? K: Let's go back to another favorite of ours, Avatar: the Last Airbender. I would make the argument that both Azula and Ozai are villains. I think there are definitely people who would take Azula and put her more in the antagonist category; I disagree, she's evil, she has evil motivations. She also wants to conquer and subjugate the entire world and is willing to burn it down to do it. Hers and her father's ideologies and motives line up pretty closely. The difference is that Ozai sits in this palace and we don't see him for most of the series, and Azula's out there running amuck. R: So one can be a subordinate of the other, and they can both still be villains. K: Absolutely, yeah. And villains can work together, we got the superhero team ups on villains all the time. Dunno if you ever watched Venture Bros. - R: Yeah. K: - but the Guild of Calamitous Intent is one of my favorites, not that they're all teaming up against the same protagonist there. But yeah you absolutely can have multiple villains; one who is working under or for the other. You could have minions that are villains, as long as their intentions are evil. To that end with Avatar I would say Ty Lee and Mai are antagonists, not villains. Because they're minions who are kinda just there to do what Azula says but like, they don't necessarily want to burn down and subjugate the rest of the world, they're just sort of along for the ride. I think with multiple villains, a lot of times when you see that you're kind of dealing with an ensemble cast, and everyone's gonna sort of have a little area they have to go break off into. But not always, look at Star Wars. Yeah, Darth Vader was redeemed at the end, but you had two evil villains one right after the other, and again we're kinda seeing the same power dynamic as Azula and Ozai. K: To kind of round all of this out, villains are evil. And they usually have to have some sort of evil motivation or plan or action to match this. They might be so evil that they aren't even aware that everyone knows they're evil and is trying to stop them. Villains do not necessarily have to come in immediate direct conflict with protagonists in order to be villains. They can just be out there doing their little villain evil plan thing and not even know that someone's coming to fight them to the death until that person shows up to do so. They don't have to be directly opposed to the protagonist. In some cases, they can be the protagonist. But they've gotta have bad intentions. R: For the thrill of having bad intentions. K: Some of it can be for the thrill. The pure villains, those are my favorite ones, the ones that we never quite find out why they're doing what they're doing, they're just doing it. I use the example of Maleficent, from the original Sleeping Beauty movie, not the Angelina Jolie with lots of backstory and sympathetic character origins. Maleficent shows up, she's mad that she didn't get invited to the party but we kind of all get the impression that there's a reason she wasn't, but nobody quite knows what it is or what's going on here. R: Because we knew she would make a scene! K [laughing]: I think it's because she showed up and cursed the princess. R: So they saw that coming, you're saying. K: Yeah maybe. R: Even though the exact way to prevent that, according to Maleficent, would've been to invite her. K: The logic gets a little circular there, to be sure. [laughs] But yeah so, the villain is a character type, it's not a plot role. The villain is not always necessarily there to advance the protagonist or the plot. They certainly can, but they're not doing it directly all the time. R: Mhm. K: This is, villains are one of those sometimes-but-not-always-except-for-this-and-then-that-happens kind of situation. Antagonists on the other hand, they're not necessarily evil, they can be actually just regular cool decent normal people who happen to have a conflicting agenda with the protagonist. They just want different things. Last week we did MacGuffins. The antagonist may just be running around after their own MacGuffin, and for some reason that's causing problems for the protagonist. Maybe they also want that MacGuffin for a completely different reason, one that is mutually exclusive of what the antagonist wants; they can't team up there. Or maybe they just also wanna have the top spot at the dojo, and so they're gonna be in conflict with the protagonist there. The thing that makes the antagonist an antagonist is that they are opposed to the protagonist, and they will cause conflicts with the story's main character. It's a plot role, and it doesn't necessarily speak to the character's personality or motivations. They are there to create and cause conflict for the main character to either resolve, oppose, or fall to. R: So when I proposed this topic to you, I kind of thought of antagonists as mini-bosses and the villain as the big boss, thinking of video games and the way that's usually structured. So, this is unexpected. K [laughing]: Listen, an antagonist can be a mini-boss. It's all about motivations. R: But they can also just be that person living their life that has always bugged you because they microwaved fish in the lunchroom that one time. K: That person might be a villain. R: [laughs] Just wanna contradict me at every turn. K: I dunno, somebody who microwaves fish, that seems like evil intentions to me. [laughing] R: Look, they live with the consequences of that decision for the rest of their life. K: That's very very true. Anyway, so, Rekka any - R: Can an antagonist be the protagonist? K: No, those are mutually exclusive yeah. There's somebody who is not evil and they're the main character of the story, they're the protagonist. R: So they don't have a goatee or a mustache to twirl, and they're the main character, then they're the protagonist every time. K: Yes. The primary component for being the protagonist is that the story is about you, you're the principal character. If you are serving in an antagonistic role as the protagonist, you're still the protagonist, you're just a jerk. R: So when I get up and look in the mirror in the morning and I say, “Hey, butthead,” I'm still the protagonist of my life. K: You are both the protagonist and antagonist of your own life, yes. R: That feels accurate. K: [laughing] I think most of us are. R: Yeah. K: Well we said, a good example of an antagonist is the character themselves. R: Yep. Alright, I think I get it. K: We can always come back and talk more about it, because this one was fun to do some research on and get some thoughts together. R: So you would say that a book or a story plot requires an antagonist but doesn't necessarily require a villain. K: Yes, definitely. R: And the protagonist is completely optional. K: Yes, we're just gonna have a bunch of antagonists running around causing conflict for each other. Well, I think that's pretty much every murder mystery, so. R: So if it's a third person omniscient, and there is no main POV, we can have a book with no protagonist. Got it. K: I feel like you're trying to trick me into something but I don't know what. [laughing] R: I'm antagonizing you, I'm sorry. K: It's an important thing to do. R: As an editor you need to have your feathers ruffled every now and then. K: It creates conflict, and conflict creates growth. R: And plot. K: And plot. [laughing] But yeah thank you so much for listening everyone as always, hopefully this was helpful information, I know this was a lot of mincing of minute details, but - R: Yeah I mean maybe this was the episode you never knew you never wanted but - K [overlapping]: [laughs] R: - if there is an episode topic that you do know you want, you can find us on Twitter and Instagram @WMBcast, and you can also find us at patreon.com/WMBcast. And we'd love to hear your suggestions for topics or questions. If we have confused you in any way, then you can blame Kaelyn, and also let us know and we'll try to fix that. Thanks everyone! K: Thank you so much.

Fable & The Verbivore
Episode 111: Before you write (part 1, tools)

Fable & The Verbivore

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2021 22:06


Notes:This episode and the notes include affiliate links.In case you're unfamiliar with NaNoWriMo, here is some information: https://nanowrimo.org/what-is-nanowrimo The Verbivore talked about the writing program Scrivener. This is a paid product available for macOS, Windows, & iOS. Learn more at https://www.literatureandlatte.com/scrivener/overviewFable brings up the spreadsheet that J. K. Rowling used to track key story elements on Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone. It looks like it's now been taken off the internet, but here is a link to a photo of her hand drawn story spreadsheet for Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix:https://goodereader.com/blog/e-book-news/harry-potter-plot-outlined-on-a-hand-drawn-spreadsheet The Verbivore talks about Angie Thomas' Instagram stories (@angiethomas) that talk about writing tips and how she approached planning The Hate You Give. Here is that link:https://www.instagram.com/stories/highlights/17958578347251380/ Fable mentions mood boards as a way to help spark your story. Here is an article that includes some ideas for how to approach creating one:https://thelitnerds.com/2019/10/06/how-to-spark-your-writing-with-mood-boards/ Fable brings up story bibles as a method for keeping track of the elements of your story. Here is an article that talks about some areas that could be tracked based on project needs:https://thenovelsmithy.com/create-a-story-bible/ Fable mentions that our friend and writer Jo Mercer is hosting a NaNo prep month on Instagram @jmercerbooks under the hashtag #nanoprepandwin. It has some great story preparation prompts and questions. If you're readying to write a new story, we'd highly recommend checking it out!Books Mentioned:Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone by J. K. RowlingThe Hate You Give by Angie ThomasMusic from: https://filmmusic.io 'Friendly day' by Kevin MacLeod (https://incompetech.com) Licence: CC BY (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/)

Episodes – Witch, Please
Book 4, Ep. 9 | The Goblet of Fire Wrap-Up

Episodes – Witch, Please

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2021 47:51


It's hard to believe, but we are at the end of season four and thus at the end of Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire! In this wrap-up episode, we discuss the transformation of Hermione into an object of desire via her relationship with Viktor Krum, the demarcation of class and gendering through clothing, the Riddle of the Sphinx, Hagrid's personal journey as a teacher, and so much more. Tune in for this playful episode that gathers some loose threads but mostly just contains chatter about moments in The Goblet of Fire we were particularly tickled by.Heads up, next week we will be putting out content usually reserved for our Patreon patrons! So stay tuned and be sure to subscribe so you're notified when we release that extra special episode.Follow Witch, Please on Twitter and Instagram @ohwitchplease and let us know what you think of the episode through a review on Apple Podcasts. As always, you can join our Patreon for exclusive content including bonus interviews, Q&As, Watch Alongs and more — our tiers range from $2-$13! Note: If you join at the $10 or $13 tier before October 30th, you can attend our Halloween Watch Along of Hocus Pocus. Get on the discord and join in on the fun for an afternoon spent with the Witch, Please community! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

The Cologne Podcast
Episode 71 - Love In Black By Creed

The Cologne Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2021 24:13


In Episode 71, Myke and Ryan sample a female fragrance by the House of Creed.. Love in Black. Myke gets turned down by the voice over girl, and Ryan tries out his Harry Potter voice.One Night Stand Review: Signature Pour Homme by ZaharoffScent of the Day: Love in Black by CreedEmail us at: TheColognePodcast@gmail.comSupport the show at: BuyMeACoffee.com/ColognePodcast

That's What I'm Tolkien About
The Hobbit: The Battle of Five Armies, Part 1 - with Ghenet of The Book Was Better Podcast

That's What I'm Tolkien About

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2021 92:00


Being the one hundred and nineteenth episode of the show in which we still don't know what the five armies are, Bard is still the best character. and Alfrid is still the worst.   NEW AUTUMNAL HOBBITY MERCH! Get shirts, sweatshirts, stickers, and more: https://bit.ly/2XAtEmN    That's What I'm Tolkien About is a proud member of WBNE. For more information, go to https://wbne.org/     The Show: Twitter - www.twitter.com/tolkienaboutpod Instagram - www.instagram.com/tolkienaboutpod  Facebook Group - https://www.facebook.com/groups/3043311089030739/  Merch - https://bit.ly/3yELYc3  Patreon - https://www.patreon.com/tolkienaboutpod/  Cover art by Vashaun Brandon - https://www.instagram.com/vashaundesigns/    Mary Clay: Twitter - www.twitter.com/mcwattsup  Instagram - www.instagram.com/mcturndownforwatt    Ghenet: Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/ghenetactually/  The Book was Better - https://www.instagram.com/bookbetterpodcast/    https://bookbetterpodcast.com/quick-links/    Resources, Articles, Etc. -  The Hobbit audiobook - https://bit.ly/3r8HKWF  Race in LOTR and Tolkien's Works: https://docs.google.com/document/d/11ExziJbBteK8eJn9xgrjm17P23Vg_Ucm8rAyYAkm9yc/edit  Potterless: Anti-Semitism in Harry Potter, Lord of the Rings, and Fantasy w/ Eric Silver - https://www.potterlesspodcast.com/episode-161 

No One's Okay
Based On: Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban with Teresa Catherine

No One's Okay

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2021 54:01


Welcome to Based On, an adaptation podcast! This week actor, writer, and producer Teresa Catherine and I discuss Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban directed by Alfonso Cuaron and adapted for the screen by Steve Kloves, which is of course based on the novel by J.K. Rowling. Just a head's up, there will be SPOILERS from Books 1-7! xo, Pamela LISTEN/SUBSCRIBE TO THIS PODCAST Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/no-ones-okay/id1495487224 Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/71zwoGcKEgZ8FvMVcwPawh?si=85kZIupGTICYMvarnmw0ag Stitcher: https://www.stitcher.com/show/no-ones-okay NO ONE'S OKAY SCHEDULE New Episodes every Tuesday BASED ON SCHEDULE New Episodes every other Monday CONNECT WITH US Website- http://www.noonesokay.com SOCIAL MEDIA Instagram- https://www.instagram.com/noonesokay @PamelaPortnoy TERESA CATHERINE https://www.instagram.com/teresacatherine/?hl=en #NoOnesOkayPodcast #BasedOn #HarryPotter

Accio Politics! A Harry Potter Podcast
612: The Politics of Consent and Suspicion (Harry Potter and the Half Blood Prince, Chapter 12)

Accio Politics! A Harry Potter Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2021 56:24


Adri is joined by special guest Laurie, the producer for the Potterversity podcast to discuss chapter 12 of Half Blood Prince. We talk about how this chapter intersects with the politics of suspicion and consent, including the imperiused Katie Bell and Hermione's skepticism about the character of the Half Blood Prince. We also talk about the nature of the spells the Prince developed and Harry's willingness to use them on students, even when he's not dueling them.   We're also featuring the best answers to our question of the week! This week, the question our listeners answered was the following: Hermione cheated to help Ron get into the quidditch team. In a similar situation, would you cheat to help one of your friends get something they wanted? Want to get your thoughts in for next week's episode? Next week's question is: Is casting a jinx on someone (outside of a duel) a violation of their bodily autonomy/consent? Why or why not?   Patrons get a bonus segment for this episode! This week, we're talking about the Potter Family legacy and generational wealth. Would we see a male Rita Skeeter as more of a journalist than a gossip columnist? Want access to this bonus content and more? Become a Patron for as little as $2/month by heading over to www.patreon.com/acciopolitics   We want to hear from you! Leave us a voicemail: 915.996.1699 or email an mp3 recording to info@acciopolitics.com   Do you prefer the written word? Send us an owl: info@acciopolitics.com or leave us a message through our site.   Find us online: Social Media: We are @acciopolitics on twitter, Facebook, and Instagram. Our site: www.acciopolitics.com

Movie Time! with Ang and Ari
Episode 75 - Halloweentown Review, Game of Thrones Teaser Trailer, and Harvey Weinstein is a Disgusting Orc

Movie Time! with Ang and Ari

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2021 48:23


On today's episode of Movie Time!, we review the 1998 Disney film, Halloweentown. Although the movie is short and lighthearted, we reflect on 90s era Disney, Debbie Reynolds, and the film's minor parallels to Harry Potter. Plus, at the top of the show we break down the latest movie news and run through what we've been watching lately. Time Stamps: What Are We Watching: 1:13 Movie News: 2:35 Halloweentown Review: 21:15 Connect with us on social media: twitter.com/movietimepod instagram.com/movietime_pod movietimepod.contact@gmail.com Intro music by Dodo from the Applied Anime podcast. You can find his podcast here: Podcast: anchor.fm/applied-anime Twitter: twitter.com/appliedanime

DBC Pod
Genie+ is out of the lamp - news, thoughts, & strategies ... plus the Phil's Universal Orlando trip report and much more!

DBC Pod

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2021 70:02


Episode 079 ... Week in review of October 2nd 2021 ...Giveaway: Subscribe to our YouTube channel and comment on this week's video for a chance to win a WDW 50th poster and park map!!!1) News of the week - Genie!:- Disney announces Genie, Genie+, and Individual Lightning Lane access will launch on October 19th at Walt Disney World.- We go through all the specifics and discuss our strategy for the new system Sources: Scott Gustin and Ashley Carter on TwitterTopic Starts @5:22 ...2) Attractionality: It's a Small World- We discuss the scores for this Fantasyland Attraction - although, does it really belong in Fantasyland?Topic Starts @29:17 ...3) Topic: Changing views of Harmonious- Are views changing for this show? Where do we stand?Topic Starts @38:50 ...4) Trip Report: Phil discusses the Universal Orlando portion of his trip- Details of the trip - including why he added a Universal component to the trip- Thoughts on the themed lands (Harry Potter, etc)- Overall feelings from the trip - will he do this again?Topic Starts @42:10 ...5) DBC Recommends: Muppets Haunted Mansion- Website and social media providing more detailed coverage of select elements of Walt Disney World- Of specific note, his recent coverage of the reopening of Club CoolDisney+ link: Muppets Haunted MansionTopic Starts @1:06:54 ...* Reminder to like, subscribe, rate, and review the DBC Pod wherever you get your podcast *Follow us on social media:- Instagram: ht:tps://www.instagram.com/thedbcpodcast/- Twitter: https://twitter.com/PodDbc- Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/DBC-Pod-113844536980530- YouTube Channel: The DBC Pod- Discord Server: DBC Server (discord.com)Note: This podcast is not affiliated with any message boards, blogs, news sites, or other podcastsMusic: https://www.purple-planet.com

Anna Faris Is Unqualified
Evanna Lynch

Anna Faris Is Unqualified

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2021 71:32


Evanna Lynch [Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix, Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 1 & 2] talks with Anna about Ireland, podcasting, veganism, relationships, heartbreak, and her new book The Opposite of Butterfly Hunting. After getting to know each other, Anna and Evanna talk with listeners and offer their best Unqualified advice. Their first conversation is with a listener who wonders if (and how) they should move on from a very intense on-again off-again relationship. They then talk with a young Ph.D. student who, after dealing with a perfect storm of traumatic events, wonders how to reconnect with a lost friend.If you have a question and would like some unqualified advice, please reach out at unqualified.com/talk-with-annaOrder Dealbreakers now. On sale wherever books are sold.Sakara Right now, Sakara is offering our listeners 20% off their first order when they go to Sakara.com/ANNA or enter code ANNA at checkout.Raycon Right now, Unqualified listeners can get 15% off their Raycon order at BUYRAYCON.com/unqualified. Peacock Don't miss One of Us Is Lying, streaming now only on Peacock. Go to PeacockTV.com to get started.Please subscribe to Anna Faris is Unqualified on Apple Podcasts and follow us on social media:Instagram @UnqualifiedTwitter @UnqualifiedFacebook @Anna Faris is UnqualifiedMusic by: Mondo Cozmo @mondocozmoProducers: Michael Barrett, Rob Holysz, Jeph Porter, Kasper SelvigResearcher: Margot BarrettProduction Services: Rabbit Grin Productions rabbitgrinproductions.comDistributed by: Simplecast 

STARK NATIVES
EP_ONHUNTWELVE_LyRExPReSSiOn

STARK NATIVES

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2021 33:15


Eddie and Omari chat about Adele's appeal and the mania surrounding here return, speaking through song (GET INTO THE LYRICS!), be mindful of the songs you include in your crush playlist, favorite Harry Potter films, and more stuff.

We Don't Wanna
Harry Potter - Ep 40 (Am I A Children?)

We Don't Wanna

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2021 102:23


Welcome back! It's time to join Zach and Scotty as they dive into the first 4 chapters of THE FINAL BOOK! The end of this epic story is near, and as much as we don't want it to end, we're very excited about all the fun things we have in store for you all! So, whether you're listening on your morning ride to work, working out, drinking your coffee, or even making love, we TRULY hope you're as excited as we are to kick this book off with us. As ALWAYS, thank you so much for your continued support! Sincerely, Two Dipshits --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/wedontwanna/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/wedontwanna/support

Fanatical Fics and Where to Find Them
113. Early Morning Music (Part 2)

Fanatical Fics and Where to Find Them

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2021 55:33


Squid Merch!https://www.teepublic.com/user/fanaticalficsWelcome to Fanatical Fics and Where to Find Them! Story:https://archiveofourown.org/works/57256Recommendation:https://www.fanfiction.net/s/1524324/1/How-To-Be-FreePlease leave a review! We'll take kind and constructive… but no flames! You can also help us by suggesting this podcast to every person you've ever met!To see a full list of episodes and recommendations, grab some podcast swag, get that sweet patreon link, or to submit a story you've read visit our website at https://www.fanaticalfics.com/As always, feel free to shoot us an email at fanaticalfics@gmail.com with any questions, comments, or suggestions.You can also find us on social media!Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/FanaticalFics/Twitter: https://twitter.com/FanaticalFicsInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/fanaticalficsSee Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

The Real Weird Sisters: A Harry Potter Podcast
Colin and Dennis Creevey: Character Study

The Real Weird Sisters: A Harry Potter Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2021 60:50


The Real Weird Sisters are back to discuss a second set of Real Weird Brothers in the Harry Potter series. From attempting to deliver the infamous bunch of grapes to Harry in the second book, to the tiny corpses lying side by side in the Great Hall in the seventh book, the Creevey brothers' legacy in the fight against Lord Voldemort is second only to their legacy of providing running jokes to the podcast over the years.Please consider supporting us on Patreon! www.patreon.com/realweirdsistersNew episodes are released every Monday and special topics shows are released periodically. Don't forget to subscribe to our show to make sure you never miss an episode!

Swish and Flick: A Harry Potter Podcast
Swish and Flick - Episode 216 - Death Dude Things

Swish and Flick: A Harry Potter Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 10, 2021 128:53


Narcissa is not here to play around! The Trio have a heated argument with Mrs. Malfoy and Draco in Madam Malkin's Robes for All Occasions, much to Madam Malkin's dismay. Harry, Ron, and Hermione then follow Draco and try to find out what he is up to. Also, burning question, do wizards and witches wear clothes under their robes or are they starkers? Join us on another adventure into the Wizarding World! Don't forget to click the 3 dots in the corner and share the episode with your Potterhead friends and family! Check out our website for all of our latest news, merchandise, FAQs, and more! www.swishflickcast.com We have a mailbox! If you ever have the inclination to send us anything please address mail to the following: Swish and Flick Podcast PO Box 690697 Orlando, FL 32869 Our voicemail number is: 330-552-7043 Welcome to Swish and Flick! We post weekly podcasts and vlogs for you that are all about The Wizarding World of Harry Potter. We hope you will subscribe to us and follow us on our adventures! Support the podcast and become part of the pod as a patron and receive exclusive podcast perks such as access to The Felix Files, Swish Swag themed box, stickers, pins, giveaways, live hangouts, & more here: www.patreon.com/swishflickcast You can find us at the handles below: Instagram: @SwishFlickCast Twitter: @SwishFlickCast Facebook: www.facebook.com/swishflickcast Your hosts can be found on: Twitter: @thepetrasfamily @tiffswish_flick Instagram: @thepetrasfamily @ohhhmalley @tiffswish_flick Thank you so much for listening and don't let the muggles get you down...

Survivor: Edge of Extinction Recaps from Rob has a Podcast | RHAP
Season 41 Episode 3 | Survivor B&B with Mike Bloom & Liana Boraas with the Real Weird Sisters

Survivor: Edge of Extinction Recaps from Rob has a Podcast | RHAP

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 9, 2021 123:02


Mike Bloom and Liana Boraas welcome co-hosts of the Harry Potter podcast “The Real Weird Sisters” Alice Asleson and Martha Krebill to play a series of segments and games around Episode 3 of Survivor 41. The post Season 41 Episode 3 | Survivor B&B with Mike Bloom & Liana Boraas with the Real Weird Sisters appeared first on RobHasAwebsite.com.

Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts
Season 41 Episode 3 | Survivor B&B with Mike Bloom & Liana Boraas with the Real Weird Sisters

Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 9, 2021 123:02


Mike Bloom and Liana Boraas welcome co-hosts of the Harry Potter podcast “The Real Weird Sisters” Alice Asleson and Martha Krebill to play a series of segments and games around Episode 3 of Survivor 41. The post Season 41 Episode 3 | Survivor B&B with Mike Bloom & Liana Boraas with the Real Weird Sisters appeared first on RobHasAwebsite.com.