PotterCast 116: Big Pack of Stuff

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Sep 12, 2007

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The newest episode of PotterCast, our Harry Potter podcast is now online! Episode 116 is here, bursting at the seams with Harry Potter news and discussion. To listen, just hit the “Play” button on the right side of the page (->), or use iTunes, or direct download.

In this episode:

- Movie 6 news.
- Where was Lupin?
- Discussing the incorrect predictions made by various Scribbulus authors.
- Why didn’t Harry die in the forest?
- Thank you to all transcription elves.
- John is an old man.

RT: 1:07:33

Editor: Stede Bonnett

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14 Responses to PotterCast 116: Big Pack of Stuff

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Hey! I thought John said that you were taking a week off! Hooray! what a treat! I was looking at a PotterCast-less week, but no more!

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Tonks is actually supposed to be about 22 in OotP, and Natalia Tena is the same age. But agreed, John—she just isn’t how I pictured Tonks, either. OotP is really the only book we get to see that particularly quirky side of Tonks, and they really did mess that particular character up in the movie.

And boo to Lupin not being in the Privet Drive scene! They had the chance to add a whole new layer to that scene, and they really didn’t, sadly.

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hey guys, who else agrees that we should be receiving at least minimal news from WB and Universal about TWWoHP progress/updates by now?

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Good job ladies on Scribby 5! You definitely sounded more natural this week.

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Fantastic show guys. Can’t wait to hear more CC and the new Phoenix Files and Bit-by-Bits. I love that you’re finding ways to get the listeners actively involved.

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It’s the HMS Belfast, not the Queen Mary…

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Oooh I can’t wait for that Evanna interview PotterCast promised! Yay! Spread the Luna Love!

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Great show guys!!!!!!!!! loved it!!!! :)

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Yet again TLC have l;et us down. What is the point? it seems they go to the sets to socialise now. they promsied us reports for GOBLET OF FIRE. never happened and the same has happened with OOTP. They nshould have a look at narniaweb.net they care about their fans and actually stick to their word and release their set reports, they dont jus go and take buckets of monry from wb and bloomsbury and scholastic and go on endless tours etc. TLC is a fan based website, Stop trying to make it into something it isn’t you are a website not an official sponser of WB so stop turning this site into one.

very angry ex TLC FAN

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I haven’t been able to listen to this podcast, but is leaky going to visit the HBP set soon? that’s exciting for them, i can’t wait until that movie comes out.

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I have to disagree with you about how enjoyable the movie was. I was pretty disappointed with the movie—I think it was because it didn’t flow very well to me. Does anyone else feel that way?

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It could also be that Harry didn’t die because the wand Voldemort attacked him in the forest was harry’s and so, couldn’t allow his owner to loose, choosing not to kill him.

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This show is the first for a while which has felt like the old style of shows before the hectic summer. Glad it’s returned to normal heh! And Sue’s giggling throughout was so funny!

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Great show, other than, as I said on PotterCast.com, get rid of the online dating service ad! The fans would gladly (at least I would) pay for it! Hmmph.

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