PotterCast 160: The Last Show… Before Tour!

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Jul 23, 2008

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The 160th episode of PotterCast, our Harry Potter podcast, is online this morning with our last regular episode before the PotterCasters set off for their upcoming tour. Sue starts off the news this week with info on some new HBP products seen online, info about the upcoming LeakyCon Dance Party at Terminus, Dan Radcliffe’s “From Screen to Broadway Stage” Talk on August 19th, the “Half-Blood Prince” video game pre-order availability, and a recap on the news regarding the long-awaited “Half-Blood Prince” trailer. It is also important to note, registration for LeakyCon 2009 is now open! Tickets are going fast, so be sure to get your tickets for our first Harry Potter conference as soon as possible! Up next, we bring you the latest installment of “Guess That Book,” where callers and PotterCasters attempt to identify specific lines from the Harry Potter series. Wrapping up this week, we share some listener demographics, news that Melissa’s book will be translated into German, a final ComicCon note, and the revelation that Dr. Horrible is a Harry Potter fan. To listen, just hit the “Play” button on the right side of the page (->), or use iTunes, or direct download.

“The Last Show… Before Tour!”

- “Half-Blood Prince” and Dan Radcliffe news.
- LeakyCon Dance Party and Registration information.
- Let’s sort Vader!
- Lots of HBP Trailer talk and speculation with the PotterCast Quartet.
- PotterCast tour updates.
- Newest edition of “Guess That Book.”
- Cleaning up John’s innuendos.
- But there’s great pizza in Scotland.
- A haggis burrito.
- Melissa and Sue will be at Comic Con in San Diego, CA starting at 10:30 a.m. on Sunday, July 27th.
- Watch Dr. Horrible.

RT: 47:58

Editors: John Noe, Stede Bonnett, Andrew Garner

LeakyCon 2009: A Harry Potter Conference in Boston
Podcast Alley
Digg
Terminus 2008

Direct download (22 MB).
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Remember you don’t need an iPod to listen. Listen easily on iTunes, which you can download and install here, by clicking here to listen, or you can just use the streaming Flash player at PotterCast.com or just on the right side of this page. Discussion of the PotterCast is right here. Enjoy!





20 Responses to PotterCast 160: The Last Show… Before Tour!

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Yay! New Pottercast! I will listen very soon! I wish you were coming to North Carolina on tour…

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Wow, first comment! That’s never happened to me before. XD

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Yeah we have new PotterCast! Unfortunately I can’t listen till later in the week. Busy…runsaway!

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yeah=yay now … runs away!

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Just got done listening to it…loved every second of it!

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just by reading the summary, i’m excited.. i’m actually listening to it right now.. can’t wait for comic-con.. i’m gonna be there, glad it’s in my hometown…. YAY!!!

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YAY! Pottercast is the best!

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With all respect and love, if Sue could please stop using “YOU KNOW” every time she speaks, would be greatly appreciated.

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YAY! new pottercast cant wait to listen :):):):)

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heart pottercast!!!!!!!!! i want john to make me pancakes!

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cool Stuf!

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that title almost made me pee my pants

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I have a question for the quartet. Will your booth be seen on G4 or will you be interviewed by G4 on Sunday? I’m curious because I’m going to tune in to ComicCon on G4 all four days and want to see PotterCast, or Leaky, featured on G4’s coverage of ComicCon ‘08. If anyone else knows or thinks that PotterCast will be featured on G4 on Sunday, it would be nice if you could say so.

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ooh, i wish pottercast was comming to tour near me…. sniff vive xe

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Thank goodness you did a potterCast before touring, I can listen again and again now ;) Thankks Guys

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Americanized Haggis (from Country Living, March 1991)

1 lb boneless lamb shoulder or breast, cut into pieces (or ground lamb)
1/2 lb lamb liver, cut into pieces
1/2 c  water
1 small onion, coarsely chopped
1 large egg
3/4 ts salt
3/4 ts pepper, black
1/2 ts sugar
1/4 ts ginger, ground
1/8 ts cloves, ground
1/8 ts nutmeg, ground
1 c oats, rolled, old fashioned

Heat oven to 350-F. Grease an 8 1/2 by 4 1/2 inch loaf pan.

In food processor with chopping blade, process together half of the lamb, the liver, water, onion, egg, salt, pepper, sugar, ginger, cloves, and nutmeg until well combined. Add the remaining half of the lamb and the oats; process until well combined.
Spoon lamb mixture into the greased pan; pat surface to level. Bake 45 to 55 minutes or until center feels firm when gently pressed. Cool 5 minutes in pan; unmold onto platter; slice and serve.
Notes: This skinless haggis is planned for American tastes, yet contains many of the ingredients found in the real thing. You can unmold the loaf and serve it in place of the purchased haggis recipes.

SOMEONE DO IT!

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I thought the best part was guess that book with the young kid, did they ever actually find his age?

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yayyyyy i’m super-excited i got to play “guess that book”!!!!!! i’m feeling like such a fan-girl right now… lol. :D btw, i agree with the first post, you should come to north carolina. :)

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Great show, guys!* I can’t wait for Comic-Con, it’s going to be brilliant.

Quick questions: Are you going to all the Comic-Con facts up on Leaky? And are John and Frak going to be there? also, are you guys staying the whole day, or leaving right after the panel?

See you on Sunday!*

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I have seen legally blonde, and it definitly does have a bend and snap song! its really funny, look it up on youtube if you get a chance! :)

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