Podcast Episode 010: Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone

Join us for a passionate (and, by the end, drunken) exploration of Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone! Check out the RSS feed HERE.

Y’all, we have a lot of feelings about this book. Download the episode and learn more about:

  • Professor Wobbley-cock
  • Betsey Johnson’s Hotline Floral Phone Cross-Body Bag
  • Airline manners
  • H.P. books vs. movies
  • Scholastic Book Fairs
  • Rowling’s ascension to fame, glory and wealth
  • The very real abuse Harry lived through at Privet Drive
  • Hermione, who is obviously an angel sent from heaven
  • The beauty of Tom Felton and Matthew Lewis
  • Daniel Radcliffe’s naked loins
  • J.K. Rowling’s weakness (shoes!) and other arcane author knowledge
  • The top 10 magical objects in the first book
  • how Harry Potter peaked in high school
  • 2nd opinions (wait, there are people who don’t like Harry Potter?!)

And then join us for a robust game corner! Please let us know what you think and thanks for listening!

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PLUGS:

Go to Harry Potter Camp!

Listen to Harry Potter and the Sacred Text!

Watch Hidden Figures!

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Beauty and the Bitch:

Channeling both beauty and bitchiness, Mic and Morgan take their dear listeners on a journey through all things pop culture, close-up and under the microscope. Our specialties lie in all things Fantasy, but we will explore our opinions on TV, Film, Books and more!
Read more at http://bandbcast.libsyn.com/podcast#pvkBM4QlKBHC6Vhx.99

-Morgan Messick

Morgan Circle

Morgan Messick is a Pop-Culture fanatic, Podcast Host, and total #BookBabe living in Austin, TX with her Husband and little dog Scoop. She aspires to grow her #TBR pile, do all of the hiking, travel as often as possible and make a joke at every turn. She utilizes laughter and yoga for daily medicine, thinks that Harry Potter is magic for all ages, and truly believes Die Hard is a great Christmas movie (SO DEAL WITH IT.) Catch her musings here, and around the web — links in the “about” page!

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