Well, cutlets, there are readathon snacks to plan, so I'm going to get right to the bullet points:
- That Harry places the majority of the blame for Sirius's death on Snape and his teasing gives me multiple levels of sads. Harry is blinded by his hatred of Snape, even after seeing that horrible memory — sad. Harry can't imagine that it was Sirius's love for him that ultimately drove him to the ministry, can't imagine that an adult would love him that much — THE MOST SAD.
- Harry's love for Ginny is getting developed and I am a'flutter, folks. First, he smells Ginny in the love potion which, aww. Second, he sees her and Dean going at it in that hallway and promptly imagines himself in Dean's position.
- Page 176, "Malfoy looked rather as he had done the time Hermione had punched him in the face." Hermione slapped him in the book! She punched him in the movie. Looks like I'm not the only one getting movie scenes mixed up with book scenes.
|For reference. And for lols.|
- Please tell me that Fleur refused to wear Mrs. Weasley's Christmas jumper, not that Mrs. Weasley refused to make one. I don't care if you think it's true; just tell me.
- The Apparition Instructor is named Wilkie, and that's why we're all here, really.
|"Destination, Determination, Deliberation!"|
- Finally, love-potion drunk Ron might be my favourite Ron. "Ron burst through the door into Slughorn's overheated, crowded study, tripped over a tasselled footstool, regained his balance by seizing Harry around the neck and muttered, 'She didn't see that, did she?'"
|Oh, Ron. You lovable dope.|