PotterCast 216: Do House Elves Lay Eggs?
Mar 09, 2010
Posted by EdwardTLC
PotterCast, our Harry Potter podcast, is here today to bring you its 216th episode of Harry Potter news, discussion, and fun. First, the PotterCasters sort through the latest news, which include stories about Jo Rowling becoming a special edition Barbie doll, “Deathly Hallows” filming news from Emma Watson (Hermione Granger), confirmation of “Deathly Hallows” in 3D, Tom Felton’s next film role, and an update about Helping Haiti Heal. Following the news, Bit by Bit goes through the heartbreaking and beautiful twenty-fourth chapter of “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows,” where the Trio plot out their next move against Lord Voldemort. Next, Princely Pieces takes us through the next part of the sixth Harry Potter film where Harry and Luna disembark from the Hogwarts Express and enter Hogwarts. Finally, the drums bring the end of the show, with
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“Do House Elves Lay Eggs?”
- Latest in Harry Potter news.
- Bit by Bit of “Deathly Hallows”
- Death of Dobby.
- Melissa wants to skip this chapter.
- That bug is stuck.
- I hug you! I hug you!
- Questions in the Drums.
- John’s Battle for Hogwarts role.
- Helping Haiti Heal updates.
- Follow our LeakyCon 2011 Twitter and become a fan on Facebook!
- Reserve your copy of the LeakyCon Live Album now!
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