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In which nobody needed to come to this meeting.
In which special items should be kept safe down in the center of the big bag.
In which the audience demanded some vague closure for Dirk Dursley.
In which childish tricks with broomsticks are not going to matter, and Harry can do wand-destroying golden fire magic now because why the hell not.
In which our noses keep us weighted to the ground, Dumbledore ends every meeting with poignant last words, and the best Mr. Tom can do is socks.
In which Monica Wilkens is pretty okay, and Peter develops a theory about this book's true authorship.
In which weasels are perfidious and dishonest, and you don't want people to look at you funny in the hallway at your government job when you wave at them.
In which Harry is incognito as a person named Barny, which is unethical.
In which your grandmother can understand magic, and a spell reveals the man.
In which the women were muggles, and muggles bury trash.
In which no one is as important as the ghost minister.
In which I can't relate to hats.
In which, due to a failure of muggle technology, there is very little of Mr. Tom in the episode.
In which the taboo originated in Ancient France, and they should have been digging a pit.
In which they're usually in a big comfy castle.
In which, despite gloom, they relished.
In which Peter doesn't know if a snake can do that, and Harry reads the comments.
In which this is the chapter around which to have the discussion about the question about the representation of Dumbledore's sexuality in the books.
In which Ron conceived of Hermione as "The Girl", and why did this famous wizard have a sword, and you're happy because love and your mother, and maybe Snape enjoyed things.
In which a castle to Hermione, and sublime functionality.
In which some pets are dicks, and it has to be a dingus.
In which Hagrid never gets snatchered in the future, and the and the is okay.
In which Dobby seemed like something else, and Mr. Tom ponders the true meaning of motherhood.
In which Harry promises heavier meat, and you can practice your trumpet solo.
In which a mess of four hands is vigorously shaken, and Harry breathes in some salt.
In which Crookshanks has left, or stayed.
In which less than ghost, and almost something happens.
In which vacant bodies are fine.
In which Jo knew an incompetent person, and Ginny isn't worried about Larry.
In which Ernie Macmillan is somewhere, and Snape flaps to turn.
In which the best junk is destroyed, and all ghost stories are person stories.
In which Mr. Tom, Regular Tom, and The Peter share their favorite phrases of the week.
In which we had the wRONg Weasley.
In which, finally, the truth: he has to die(ish), and Nerveless.
In which Mr. Tom encapsulates, and Peter sees the author here, and Regular Tom is tempted to build a replica of purgatory, and this is a hallucination or Dumbledore's soul come back from heaven and then leave or something in between.
In which Harry and Voldemort don't usually talk this much.
In which magic comes from the future, and Jo says there's no books.