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It’s Monday, which is the perfect day for Podtrificus Totalus to finish off Chamber of Secrets! This episode is a family affair, too; we are joined by Cassie’s sister Becca as a guest and we answer an email from their other sibling, Den. In this chapter, Harry, Ron, Ginny, Gilderoy, and Fawkes leave the Chamber and head to Dumbledore’s office. There, Harry reveals all the weird goings-ons at Hogwarts this year and how he was able to defeat Tom Riddle. Dumbledore and Harry discuss how our choices define us and why Harry is a true Gryffindor. Harry frees Dobby from Lucius Malfoy with his slimy sock and all the Petrified students are given the Mandrake draught. We make a number of references to outside sources and popular culture, which are listed below: Ultimate Unofficial Guide to the Mysteries of Harry Potter by Galadriel Waters (Ed. Astre Mithrandir; Published by Wizarding World Press in 2003)Albania on the Harry Potter WikiThe Mandrake Draught on the Harry Potter LexiconPenelope Clearwater on the Harry Potter LexiconThe Sorting Hat on the Harry Potter Wiki Our Spell of the Week for this chapter is actually a Hat of the Week. Joe tells us about the origins of the Sorting Hat and all its unique powers. Lastly, we answer an email from Den about the queer-coding of Lockhart and how Rowling repeatedly others the Defense Against the Dark Arts professors. We encourage our listeners to send emails to owlpost@podtrificustotalus.com correcting us, expanding on something we mentioned, asking questions, and sharing their experiences with the Harry Potter series. You can also interact with us through @podtrificus on Twitter, our Facebook page, or by leaving a comment below. We are also available on podcast services. You can subscribe to us via Apple Podcasts, Google Play, Pocket Casts, Spotify, and more — just search us on your favorite podcast app or use the direct link to our feed. Hit the subscribe buttons on our website to make sure you don’t miss out on new episodes of Podtrificus Totalus. Thanks for listening and we’ll see you again for 3.1, “Owl Post!” Have a magical day!
It’s Monday and Podtrificus Totalus, a Harry Potter podcast done chapter by chapter, book by book, is here to tell you the good news about baby genius Ginny Weasley. This week sees Harry attempt to rescue Ginny from her fate in the Chamber. There, he encounters the memory ghost of Tom Riddle, who has been controlling Ginny and forcing her to open the Chamber this whole time. Harry must fight the Basilisk and escape with his friends (plus Professor Lockhart). We make a number of references to outside sources and popular culture, which are listed below: A discussion on long fingers on CoSForums“Wild About Harry” interview with Candis Magazine (Jennie Renton; November 2001)Chamber of Secrets DVD Interview with Steve Kloves and J.K. Rowling (Lizo Mzimba; February 2003)Ultimate Unofficial Guide to the Mysteries of Harry Potter by Galadriel Waters (Ed. Astre Mithrandir; Published by Wizarding World Press in 2003)im14andthisisdeep, a subreddit“Finsta,” slang for Fake InstagramLord Voldemort’s middle name on Adventures on the BookshelfTranslations of the “I am Lord Voldemort” anagram on the Harry Potter WikiGodric’s sword was practical too on AccioBrainThe Age of the Weasleys, an essay by Troels Forchhammeron the Harry Potter Lexicon Our Spell of the Week for this episode is not a spell but a creature: Phoenixes! Joe tells us about all the magical abilities of this special bird. We encourage our listeners to send emails to owlpost@podtrificustotalus.com correcting us, expanding on something we mentioned, asking questions, and sharing their experiences with the Harry Potter series. You can also interact with us through @podtrificus on Twitter, our Facebook page, or by leaving a comment below. We are also available on podcast services. You can subscribe to us via Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Pocket Casts, Spotify, and more — just search us on your favorite app or use the direct link to our feed. Hit the subscribe buttons on our website to make sure you don’t miss out on new episodes of Podtrificus Totalus. Thanks for listening and we’ll see you again for 2.18, “Dobby’s Reward!” Have a magical day!
It’s Monday and the universe’s favorite chapter by chapter Harry Potter podcast, Podtrificus Totalus, is talking giant snakes! In this week’s chapter, things get bad at Hogwarts. Harry and Ron can’t find an opportunity to sneak into Moaning Myrtle’s bathroom and uncover the Chamber of Secrets. They discover that the monster that has been petrifying their classmates is a basilisk and that Ginny, Ron’s younger sister, has been taken to the Chamber. With the threat of Hogwarts closing for good and a reluctant Lockhart dragged along with them, they take the plunge into the Chamber, hoping they can rescue Ginny before it’s too late. We make a number of references to outside sources and popular culture, which are listed below: The Basilisk on the Harry Potter LexiconBasilisk on WikipediaSeveral wizard rock songs, including “And Then I Died” by The Moaning Myrtles, “Never Going to the Bathroom Again” by Harry and the Potters, and “Save Ginny Weasley” by Harry and the PottersGilderoy Lockhart on the Harry Potter WikiThe Memory Charm on the Harry Potter Wiki Our Spell of the Week for this episode is Obliviate, which Lockhart attempts to use on Harry and Ron after he tells them his secret… using Ron’s broken wand. We also answer an email from friend of the show Joseluis, who wrote in with some of his thoughts on how well the movies managed to adapt the Harry Potter books, especially compared to other book to movie adaptations. We encourage our listeners to send emails to owlpost@podtrificustotalus.com correcting us, expanding on something we mentioned, asking questions, and sharing their experiences with the Harry Potter series. We encourage our listeners to send emails to owlpost@podtrificustotalus.com correcting us, expanding on something we mentioned, asking questions, and sharing their experiences with the Harry Potter series. You can also interact with us through @podtrificus on Twitter, our Facebook page, or by leaving a comment below. We are also available on podcast services. You can subscribe to us via Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Pocket Casts, Spotify, and more — just search us on your favorite app or use the direct link to our feed. Hit the subscribe buttons on our website to make sure you don’t miss out on new episodes of Podtrificus Totalus. Thanks for listening and we’ll see you again for 2.17, “The Heir of Slytherin!” Have a magical day!
It’s Monday and Podtrificus Totalus, a Harry Potter podcast done chapter by chapter, is back to talk about some current events and some giant spiders. In this week’s chapter, Harry and Ron follow Hagrid’s advice to follow the spiders. This brings them into the Forbidden Forest, where they encounter an old friend and a new threat, uncovering some information about when the Chamber was opened last. We make a number of references to outside sources and popular culture, which are listed below: Max & Ruby, a children’s book and television seriesAragog on the Harry Potter LexiconGog and Magog on WikipediaGog and Magog on the Encyclopedia BritannicaGogmagog on WikipediaThe Wand-Lighting Charm on the Harry Potter Wiki Our Spell of the Week is Lumos, the Wand-Lighting Charm, which Harry uses to help them see in the dark forest. We encourage our listeners to send emails to owlpost@podtrificustotalus.com correcting us, expanding on something we mentioned, asking questions, and sharing their experiences with the Harry Potter series. In lieu of our usual links to our social media accounts and places where we subscribe, we would like our listeners to seek out Black and queer creators and voices instead. Some excellent people that we enjoy and would like to promote include Black Girls Create, House of Black Podcast, Kimya Dawson, The Gayly Prophet Podcast, Austin Walker and the Friends at the Table podcast, Ludo Bagman and the Trash, Wizards in Space, and the Wrock Snob among many, many others. We also encourage our listeners who have the financial means to spare even a few dollars to donate to Black Lives Matter and other, related funds. Act Blue has set up a page where you can spread your donation out among (at the time of writing) over 70 bail funds, mutual aid funds, and activist organizations. Thanks for listening and we’ll see you again for 2.16, “The Chamber of Secrets!” Have a magical day!
It’s Monday and Podtrificus Totalus, a Harry Potter podcast done chapter by chapter, is remaining true to their word to release episodes regularly! What a dream! What a treat for you! This week’s chapter sees the trio falling complacent, reluctant to ask Hagrid any questions about his expulsion. But when Harry’s room is ransacked, Tom Riddle’s diary stolen, and Hermione is petrified, Harry and Ron set out to find answers but are interrupted by the appearance of Cornelius Fudge and Lucius Malfoy. We make a number of references to outside sources and popular culture, which are listed below: Ultimate Unofficial Guide to the Mysteries of Harry Potter by Galadriel Waters (Ed. Astre Mithrandir; Published by Wizarding World Press in 2003)The Faerie Queene by Edmund SpenserHarry Potter: Quidditch World CupFudge is based off of Neville Chamberlain according to an interview with J.K. Rowling in XLSemanal, a Spanish magazineCornelius Fudge on the Harry Potter LexiconFudge in the Oxford English DictinaryDumbledore used homenum revelio when at Hagrid’s hut according to Rowling (Live chat with Bloomsbury; 30 July 2007)The Severing Charm on the Harry Potter Wiki Our Spell of the Week is Diffindo, the Severing Charm, which may have been used to rip apart Harry’s cloak and bedclothes when his dormitory was ransacked. We encourage our listeners to send emails to owlpost@podtrificustotalus.com correcting us, expanding on something we mentioned, asking questions, and sharing their experiences with the Harry Potter series. You can also interact with us through @podtrificus on Twitter, our Facebook page, or by leaving a comment below. We are also available on podcast services. You can subscribe to us via Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Pocket Casts, Spotify, and more — just search us on your favorite app or use the direct link to our feed. Hit the subscribe buttons on our website to make sure you don’t miss out on new episodes of Podtrificus Totalus. Thanks for listening and we’ll see you again for 2.15, “Aragog!” Have a magical day!
It’s Monday and that means a new episode of Podtrificus Totalus, the universe’s favorite Harry Potter podcast! In this week’s chapter, Harry finds a mystery diary that belonged to a T.M. Riddle fifty years ago — the same amount of time that has passed since the Chamber of Secrets was last opened. A Valentine’s Day disaster ends up revealing the diary’s secrets, and Harry learns who opened the Chamber last time. We make a number of references to outside sources and popular culture, which are listed below: Buster’s Breathless, an episode of ArthurPhiloctetes, a character in Disney’s Hercules (1997)Gimli, a character in The Lord of the RingsArmando Dippet on the Harry Potter LexiconThomas (name) on WikipediaTwelfth Night by William ShakespeareThe Revealing Charm on the Harry Potter Wiki Our Spell of the Week is Aparecium, which Hermione uses on the diary in attempt to reveal its secrets. We encourage our listeners to send emails to owlpost@podtrificustotalus.com correcting us, expanding on something we mentioned, asking questions, and sharing their experiences with the Harry Potter series. You can also interact with us through @podtrificus on Twitter, our Facebook page, or by leaving a comment below. We are also available on podcast services. You can subscribe to us via Apple Podcasts, Google Play, Pocket Casts, Spotify, and more — just search us on your favorite podcast app or use the direct link to our feed. Hit the subscribe buttons on our website to make sure you don’t miss out on new episodes of Podtrificus Totalus. Thanks for listening and we’ll see you again for 2.14, “Cornelius Fudge!” Have a magical day!
It’s Monday! There’s a new episode of Podtrificus Totalus! We are a Harry Potter podcast that reads the books chapter by chapter! This chapter sees Hermione finally finish brewing the Polyjuice Potion, with relatively positive results. Harry and Ron, disguised as Goyle and Crabbe, infiltrate the Slytherin Common Room, but Malfoy denies any involvement in the attacks, leaving them back at square one of unraveling the mystery of the Chamber of Secrets. We make a number of references to outside sources and popular culture, which are listed below: The Chronicles of Narnia book series by C.S. LewisThe Wildwood Chronicles by Colin MeloyThe Neapolitan Novels by Elena FerranteSilent Dancing: A Partial Remembrance of a Puerto Rican Childhood by Judith Ortiz Cofer“Social Psychology,” an episode of CommunityV for Vendetta (2005)Ultimate Unofficial Guide to the Mysteries of Harry Potter by Galadriel Waters (Ed. Astre Mithrandir; Published by Wizarding World Press in 2003)Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them (the book) by J.K. Rowling, under the pseudonym Newt Scamander“The Iliad” by HomerJ.K. Rowling’s World Book Day Chat (4 March 2004)Gilmore Girls, Cassie’s favorite TV showExploding Snap on the Harry Potter Lexicon“Harry Potter and the Tower of Babel” by Nancy K. Jentsch in The Ivory Tower and Harry Potter: Perspectives on a Literary Phenomenon (Ed. Lana A. Whited; Published by University of Missouri Press in 2002)Leekspin, an ancient memeYou’re the Man Now DogWizarding World Currency Exchanger on the Harry Potter LexiconAzkaban on Wizarding World Our Spell of the Week for this episode is actually a Potion of the Week, and–big surprise–it’s the Polyjuice Potion! We encourage our listeners to send emails to owlpost@podtrificustotalus.com correcting us, expanding on something we mentioned, asking questions, and sharing their experiences with the Harry Potter series. You can also interact with us through @podtrificus on Twitter, our Facebook page, or by leaving a comment below. We are also available on podcast services. You can subscribe to us via Apple Podcasts, Google Play, Pocket Casts, Spotify, and more — just search us on your favorite podcast app or use the direct link to our feed. Hit the subscribe buttons on our website to make sure you don’t miss out on new episodes of Podtrificus Totalus. You can hear more from our guest, Adrienne Maclain, on her podcast, That’s Aloud! You can also follow That’s Aloud on Twitter and Instagram to make sure you always hear about the newest episodes. Thanks for listening and we’ll see you again for 2.13, “The Very Secret Diary!” Have a magical day!
It’s Monday and that means yet another episode of Podtrificus Totalus, a Harry Potter podcast done chapter by chapter, book by book. We continue our coverage of Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets with mounting rumors about Harry’s connections to the attacks on students. Snape and Lockheart host a disastrous Dueling Club that does little to improve Harry’s reputation or the students’ preparedness, and two more denizens of Hogwarts are petrified by the end of the chapter. We make a number of references to outside sources and popular culture, which are listed below: The Last Days of Summer by Steve KlugerThe Princess Diaries series by Meg CabotFilius Flitwick on the Harry Potter LexiconGilmore Girls and The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel, created by Amy Sherman-PalladinoMiss S. Fawcett on the Harry Potter LexiconRictusempra, the Tickling Charm, on the Harry Potter LexiconJ.K. Rowling interview at the Royal Albert Hall (Stephen Fry; 26 June 2003)Parsel in the Oxford English Dictionary“Wizard Chess,” a song by Harry and the PottersHannah Abbott on the Harry Potter Lexicon Our Spell of the Week is Expelliarmus, which the students learn at the Dueling Club and which will probably return many more times throughout this podcast. We encourage our listeners to send emails to owlpost@podtrificustotalus.com correcting us, expanding on something we mentioned, asking questions, and sharing their experiences with the Harry Potter series. You can also interact with us through @podtrificus on Twitter, our Facebook page, or by leaving a comment below. We are also available on podcast services. You can subscribe to us via Apple Podcasts, Google Play, Pocket Casts, Spotify, and more — just search us on your favorite podcast app or use the direct link to our feed. Hit the subscribe buttons on our website to make sure you don’t miss out on new episodes of Podtrificus Totalus. You can hear more from our guest, Bri Castellini, on the Burn, Noticed podcast, which covers the TV show Burn Notice on an episode-by-episode basis. You can also find Bri on her personal website as well as on Twitter and Instagram as @brisownworld. Thanks for listening and we’ll see you again for 2.12, “The Polyjuice Potion!” Have a magical day!
This week on Podtrificus Totalus, a Harry Potter podcast done chapter by chapter, book by book, Cassie and Joe stay on topic for their Shakira podcast by discussing Quidditch, broken arms, and the Wagga Wagga Werewolf. Picking up from the previous chapter, Hermione cons Lockheart into signing a note that allows her to get a book out of the Restricted Section of the library. While the trio makes plans to brew the Polyjuice Potion, Harry is harassed by a bludger in his Quidditch match against Slytherin and lands in the Hospital Wing regrowing bones. There, he has an interesting visitor. We make a number of references to outside sources, which are listed below: Waka Waka (This Time for Africa) by ShakiraThe Polyjuice Potion on Wizarding WorldThe Man Who Laughs by Victor HugoA Midsummer Night’s Dream by William Shakespeare, specifically these three linesPoppy Pomfrey on the Harry Potter LexiconHouse-elves on the Harry Potter LexiconBrownies and Bogles by Louise Imogen GuineyBrackium Emendo on the Harry Potter WikiSkele-Gro on the Harry Potter Lexicon Our Spell of the Week this week is an unnamed Brackium Emendo, which Lockheart uses in the Chamber of Secrets movie to fix Harry’s arm, if by fix you mean remove all the bones within. We encourage our listeners to send emails to owlpost@podtrificustotalus.com correcting us, expanding on something we mentioned, asking questions, and sharing their experiences with the Harry Potter series. You can also interact with us through @podtrificus on Twitter, our Facebook page, or by leaving a comment below. We are also available on podcast services. You can subscribe to us via Apple Podcasts, Google Play, Pocket Casts, Spotify, and more — just search us on your favorite podcast app or use the direct link to our feed. Hit the subscribe buttons on our website to make sure you don’t miss out on new episodes of Podtrificus Totalus. Thanks for listening and we’ll see you again for 2.11, “The Dueling Club!” Have a magical day!
This week on Podtrificus Totalus, a Harry Potter podcast done chapter by chapter, book by book, Cassie and Joe debate whether Squibs should be allowed to attend Hogwarts for chapter nine of Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets, “The Writing on the Wall.” Having just been discovered at the scene of Mrs. Norris’s petrification, Harry, Ron, and Hermione are interrogated by their professors about their involvement. They’re released, but they have questions about the Chamber of Secrets that need answering–and a mystery they have to solve before all the Muggle-born students in the school are targeted. We make a number of references to outside sources, which are listed below: Transmogrify in the Oxford English DictionaryEverything you need to know about Squibs on Wizarding WorldSquib in the Oxford English DictionaryProfessor Binns on the Harry Potter LexiconRowling’s planning document for Prisoner of Azkaban, which includes a first name for Professor Binns on the Harry Potter Lexicon (spoiler warning for Prisoner of Azkaban)Rowling on the inspiration for Professor Binns (1998)Hogwarts Ghosts on Wizarding WorldGodric Gryffindor on the Harry Potter WikiJuly 2007 Wizard of the Month on J.K. Rowling’s Official Site, archived by the Wayback MachineThe Giant Squid is Godric Gryffindor in disguise on J.K. Rowling’s Official Site, archived by the Wayback MachineHelga Hufflepuff on the Harry Potter WikiMay 2007 Wizard of the Month on J.K. Rowling’s Official Site, archived by the Wayback MachineSalazar Slytherin’s namesake on J.K. Rowling’s TwitterThe stories of the Hogwarts founders on Wizarding WorldSalazar Slytherin reconciled with the other founders toward the end of his life on the Harry Potter LexiconRowena Ravenclaw on the Harry Potter WikiRowena Name Meaning on NameberryRowena Ravenclaw on the Harry Potter LexiconInformation on the Harry Potter Token Zone on Beyond HogwartsAugust 2007 Wizard of the Month on J.K. Rowling’s Official Site, archived by the Wayback MachineUltimate Unofficial Guide to the Mysteries of Harry Potter by Galadriel Waters (Ed. Astre Mithrandir; Published by Wizarding World Press in 2003) Our Spell of the Week this week is an unnamed Transfiguration spell that Fred uses to transform Ron’s teddy bear into a spider after Ron breaks his toy broomstick. We encourage our listeners to send emails to owlpost@podtrificustotalus.com correcting us, expanding on something we mentioned, asking questions, and sharing their experiences with the Harry Potter series. You can also interact with us through @podtrificus on Twitter, our Facebook page, or by leaving a comment below. We are also available on podcast services. You can subscribe to us via Apple Podcasts, Google Play, Pocket Casts, Spotify, and more — just search us on your favorite podcast app or use the direct link to our feed. Hit the subscribe buttons on our website to make sure you don’t miss out on new episodes of Podtrificus Totalus. Thanks for listening and we’ll see you again for 2.10, “The Rogue Bludger!” Have a magical day!
This week’s episode of Podtrificus Totalus covers the second Halloween that Harry spends at Hogwarts, and it’s even spookier than the last! Nearly Headless Nick asks Harry and his friends to attend his Deathday Party, a celebration of the anniversary of his death. There, the kids get a glimpse into the world of ghosts, but as they leave, Harry once again hears the mysterious voice, and they stumble upon poor petrified Mrs. Norris under a message about the Chamber of Secrets being opened. We make a number of references to outside sources, which are listed below: Ghost World (2001)Steve Buscemi, of fellow kids fame“The Legend of Sleepy Hollow” by Washington IrvingSleepy Hollow (1999)Sir Gawain and the Green KnightSquibs on J.K. Rowling’s Official SiteThe Vanishing Cabinet on the Harry Potter LexiconDennis’s campaign speech in It’s Always Sunny in PhiladelphiaThe Skeleton Dance, a Disney shortThe Deathday Party on the Harry Potter Lexicon, which includes Nick’s cut balladLewis Carroll, author of Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland (1865) and Through the Looking Glass, and What Alice Found There (1871)“Jabberwocky” by Lewis CarrollHogwarts Ghosts on PottermoreWanda from The Fairly Odd ParentsMoaning Myrtle’s full name on J.K. Rowling’s TwitterMoaning Myrtle on the Harry Potter WikiMew the PokemonMoaning Myrtle on the Harry Potter LexiconBridget Jones’s Diary (2001)Babu Frik from Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker (2019)Okja (2017)The Pepperup Potion on the Harry Potter WikiThe Potter Family on Pottermore (spoiler warning for Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows)Glover Hipworth on the Harry Potter Wiki Our Spell of the Week for this episode is the Pepperup Potion, which Madam Pomfrey administers to students suffering from colds and which leaves the drinker’s ears smoking. We also answer a listener email from Becca about Harry’s family’s fortune. We encourage our listeners to send emails to owlpost@podtrificustotalus.com correcting us, expanding on something we mentioned, asking questions, and sharing their experiences with the Harry Potter series. You can also interact with us through @podtrificus on Twitter, our Facebook page, or by leaving a comment below. We are also available on podcast services. You can subscribe to us via Apple Podcasts, Google Play, Pocket Casts, Spotify, and more — just search us on your favorite podcast app or use the direct link to our feed. Hit the subscribe buttons on our website to make sure you don’t miss out on new episodes of Podtrificus Totalus. Thanks for listening and we’ll see you again for 2.9, “The Writing on the Wall!” Have a magical day!
This week on Podtrificus Totalus, a Harry Potter podcast done chapter by chapter, book by book, Cassie and Joe talk about racial allegory and The Voice for chapter seven of Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets, “Mudbloods and Murmurs.” Oliver Wood wakes Harry up early for Quidditch practice, but they find that the Slytherins also have a claim on the Quidditch pitch. The team gets into a scrap that ends with Malfoy calling Hermione a Mudblood and Ron burping up slugs. Later, Harry serves his detention with Gilderoy and hears a mysterious voice. We make a number of references to outside sources, which are listed below: Chaucer’s Losers, Nintendo’s Children, and Other Forays in Queer Ludonarratology by Tison Pugh (Published by University of Nebraska Press in 2019)Leering to a Man by Fanfiction.net user ShadowChikUltimate Unofficial Guide to the Mysteries of Harry Potter by Galadriel Waters (Ed. Astre Mithrandir; Published by Wizarding World Press in 2003)Edinburgh “cub reporter” press conference, ITV, (16 July 2005)Channel 4 interview with J.K. Rowling (Richard Madeley & Judy Finnigan; 26 June 2006)Gladys Gudgeon on the Harry Potter LexiconThe Slug-vomiting Charm on the Harry Potter Compendium Our Spell of the Week is the Slug-vomiting Charm, which Ron attempts to use on Malfoy, but it backfires. We encourage our listeners to send emails to owlpost@podtrificustotalus.com correcting us, expanding on something we mentioned, asking questions, and sharing their experiences with the Harry Potter series. You can also interact with us through @podtrificus on Twitter, our Facebook page, or by leaving a comment below. We are also available on podcast services. You can subscribe to us via Apple Podcasts, Google Play, Pocket Casts, Spotify, and more — just search us on your favorite podcast app or use the direct link to our feed. Hit the subscribe buttons on our website to make sure you don’t miss out on new episodes of Podtrificus Totalus. Thanks for listening and we’ll see you again for 2.8, “The Deathday Party!” Have a magical day!
We’re coming at you a few hours later than usual with a new episode of Podtrificus Totalus, a Harry Potter podcast done chapter by chapter, book by book. In chapter six of Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets, Ron gets a Howler from Mrs. Weasley and must deal with his broken wand, Harry unwillingly gets a few lessons in fame from Gilderoy Lockhart, and Hermione cleans up the mess of their incompetent Defense Against the Dark Arts teacher. We make a number of references to outside sources, which are listed below: The Howler trading cardFantastically Wrong: The Murderous Plant That Grows From the Blood of Hanged Men on WiredMandrake on the Harry Potter LexiconFalstaff’s reference to mandrakes in Henry IV, Act I, Scene 2Falstaff’s reference to mandrakes in Henry IV, Part II, Act III, Scene 2The Earl of Suffolk’s reference to mandrakes in Henry VI, Part II, Act III, Scene 2Juliet’s reference to mandrakes in Romeo and Juliet, Act IV, Scene 3Justin Finch-Fletchley on the Harry Potter Lexicon Ultimate Unofficial Guide to the Mysteries of Harry Potter by Galadriel Waters (Ed. Astre Mithrandir; Published by Wizarding World Press in 2003) Colin on Behind the NameOrder of Merlin on Wizarding WorldThe Freezing Charm on the Harry Potter Wiki Our Spell of the Week is the Freezing Charm, which Hermione uses to stop the pixies that Lockhart releases in class. We encourage our listeners to send emails to owlpost@podtrificustotalus.com correcting us, expanding on something we mentioned, asking questions, and sharing their experiences with the Harry Potter series. You can also interact with us through @podtrificus on Twitter, our Facebook page, or by leaving a comment below. We are also available on podcast services. You can subscribe to us via Apple Podcasts, Google Play, Pocket Casts, Spotify, and more — just search us on your favorite podcast app or use the direct link to our feed. Hit the subscribe buttons on our website to make sure you don’t miss out on new episodes of Podtrificus Totalus. Thanks for listening and we’ll see you again for 2.7, “Mudbloods and Murmurs!” Have a magical day!
It’s Monday, and this week we have a super exciting new episode of Podtrificus Totalus, a Harry Potter podcast done chapter by chapter, book by book. In this episode, we are joined by our first guest: Zoë from the Tea & Strumpets podcast. We had an amazing chat with Zoë about her history with the Harry Potter series, but if you want to jump straight to the chapter discussion, fast forward in your podcast app to the 24 minute mark. This chapter sees Harry and Ron stranded at King’s Cross station. The barrier to Platform Nine and Three-Quarters has mysteriously closed, and the two friends must find their own way to Hogwarts — which ends in disaster and adventure. We make a number of references to outside sources and popular culture, which are listed below: The Name of the Wind by Patrick RothfussHamilton, a musical by Lin Manuel MirandaDr. Filibuster’s Fabulous Wet-Start, No-Heat Fireworks on the Harry Potter LexiconFilibuster in the Oxford English DictionaryGeorge of the Jungle (1997)Apparition on the Harry Potter Wiki Our Spell of the Week is Apparition, which adult wizards use to get around instead of flying cars. We encourage our listeners to send emails to owlpost@podtrificustotalus.com correcting us, expanding on something we mentioned, asking questions, and sharing their experiences with the Harry Potter series. You can also interact with us through @podtrificus on Twitter, our Facebook page, or by leaving a comment below. We are also available on podcast services. You can subscribe to us via Apple Podcasts, Google Play, Pocket Casts, Spotify, and more — just search us on your favorite podcast app or use the direct link to our feed. Hit the subscribe buttons on our website to make sure you don’t miss out on new episodes of Podtrificus Totalus. You can hear more from Zoë on the Tea & Strumpets podcast, which covers Regency romance novels from a modern perspective. Follow them on Instagram @tnstrumpets or on Twitter @tnstrumpets, and subscribe to them anywhere you find podcasts! You can also see a picture of Zoë’s collection of Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone copies below, along with a bonus image of her well-read copy of Chamber of Secrets. Thanks for listening and we’ll see you again for 2.6, “Gilderoy Lockhart!” Have a magical day!
It’s Monday, which always brings a new episode of Podtrificus Totalus, a Harry Potter podcast done chapter by chapter, book by book, by two people who know a medium amount about Harry Potter. In this chapter, Harry makes an unintended detour on his way to Diagon Alley, and he spots Draco and Lucius Malfoy visiting some unsavory shops to unload some unsavory goods. Harry is rescued by Hagrid, who reunites him with the Weasleys. All visit Flourish and Blotts and meet the new Defense Against the Dark Arts professor, Gilderoy Lockhart. We make a number of references to outside sources and popular culture, which are listed below: Gildory Lockhart’s published works on the Harry Potter Wiki (spoiler warning for Chamber of Secrets)The Wizarding World Currency Exchange on the Harry Potter LexiconFloo Powder on Wizarding World Ultimate Unofficial Guide to the Mysteries of Harry Potter by Galadriel Waters (Ed. Astre Mithrandir; Published by Wizarding World Press in 2003) William Burke, an Irish serial killerShakespeare’s Julius Caesar and Titus Andronicus, both of which feature a character named LuciusThe Hand of Glory on the Harry Potter WikiFlourish on the Oxford English DictionaryRoi, the French word for king Our Spell of the Week (or, in this case, Magical Object of the Week) is Floo Powder, which Harry and the Weasleys to reach Diagon Alley. We encourage our listeners to send emails to owlpost@podtrificustotalus.com correcting us, expanding on something we mentioned, asking questions, and sharing their experiences with the Harry Potter series. You can also interact with us through @podtrificus on Twitter, our Facebook page, or by leaving a comment below. We are also available on podcast services. You can subscribe to us via Apple Podcasts, Google Play, Pocket Casts, Spotify, and more — just search us on your favorite podcast app or use the direct link to our feed. Hit the subscribe buttons on our website to make sure you don’t miss out on new episodes of Podtrificus Totalus. Thanks for listening and we’ll see you again for 2.5, “The Whomping Willow!” Have a magical day!
It’s Monday, and that means a new episode of Podtrificus Totalus, a Harry Potter podcast done chapter by chapter, book by book. We’ve finally reached the big one: with the help of Ron and his brothers, Harry visits the Burrow for the first time and spends time with (objectively) the best character in the Harry Potter universe, Molly Weasley. There are also gnomes. We make a number of references to outside sources and popular culture, which are listed below: Barnes & Noble interview with J.K. Rowling (1999)The original UK cover illustration for Chamber of SecretsCliff Wright interview with Harry Latino (2007), archived by the Wayback MachineThe license plate on the flying car in the filmsThe license plate on the flying car on PottermoreThe license plate on the flying car from Hogwarts MysteryFred and George’s namesakes on the Harry Potter wiki (spoiler warning up to and including Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows)Fred and George’s names on J.K. Rowling’s Official Site, archived by the Wayback MachineFred and George’s birthday on PottermoreJ.K. Rowling’s favorite characters on J.K. Rowling’s Official Site, archived by the Wayback MachineLeaky Cauldron Interview with J.K. Rowling (16 July 2005)Errol on the Harry Potter LexiconErrol on the Harry Potter WikiWhere is the Burrow? on Stack ExchangeWhy Ottery St. Mary, an episode of the Harry Potter Lexicon MinuteLocation: Ottery St CatchpoleBurrow Hill Farm on the Harry Potter LexiconCS4: Privet Drive vs. The Burrow, an episode of the Harry Potter Lexicon Minute by Eileen JonesMolly Weasley on the Harry Potter WikiJ.K. Rowling on the Rosie O’Donnell Show (18 October 2000)Pride & Prejudice, a novel by Jane AustenClueless (1996)Emma, a novel by Jane AustenJ.K. Rowling on Jane Austen (21 May 2000)Pride and Prejudice and Zombies (2016)Celestina Warbeck on PottermoreThe Scouring Charm on the Harry Potter Wiki Our Spell of the Week for this episode is the Scouring Charm, which can make objects clean, wash childrens’ mouths out, or clear the green goo off of treasure chests at Hogwarts. We encourage our listeners to send emails to owlpost@podtrificustotalus.com correcting us, expanding on something we mentioned, asking questions, and sharing their experiences with the Harry Potter series. You can also interact with us through @podtrificus on Twitter, our Facebook page, or by leaving a comment below. We are also available on podcast services. You can subscribe to us via Apple Podcasts, Google Play, Pocket Casts, Spotify, and more — just search us on your favorite podcast app or use the direct link to our feed. Hit the subscribe buttons on our website to make sure you don’t miss out on new episodes of Podtrificus Totalus. Thanks for listening and we’ll see you again for 2.4, “At Flourish and Blotts!” Have a magical day!
It’s Monday, and that means a new episode of Podtrificus Totalus, a Harry Potter podcast done chapter by chapter, book by book. This episode continues our coverage of Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets. In the second chapter, we meet Dobby the House Elf, who reveals a dangerous plot at Hogwarts that he’ll do anything to keep Harry away from — including spelling out trouble with the Dursleys. We make a number of references to outside sources and popular culture, which are listed below: Dobby’s birthday is June 28th, according to this TweetHobgoblin and dobby in Oxford English DictionaryDobby on the Harry Potter Lexicon Ultimate Unofficial Guide to the Mysteries of Harry Potter by Galadriel Waters (Ed. Astre Mithrandir; Published by Wizarding World Press in 2003) Avatar: The Last Airbender, a children’s TV seriesMafalda Hopkirk on the Harry Potter WikiThe Hover Charm on the Harry Potter Wiki Our Spell of the Week for this episode is the Hover Charm, which Dobby uses to levitate Petunia’s pudding and land Harry in a heap of trouble with the Dursleys. We encourage our listeners to send emails to owlpost@podtrificustotalus.com correcting us, expanding on something we mentioned, asking questions, and sharing their experiences with the Harry Potter series. You can also interact with us through @podtrificus on Twitter, our Facebook page, or by leaving a comment below. We are also available on podcast services. You can subscribe to us via Apple Podcasts, Google Play, Pocket Casts, Spotify, and more — just search us on your favorite podcast app or use the direct link to our feed. Hit the subscribe buttons on our website to make sure you don’t miss out on new episodes of Podtrificus Totalus. Thanks for listening and we’ll see you again for 2.3, “The Burrow!” Have a magical day!
It’s time to begin Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets this week on Podtrificus Totalus, a Harry Potter podcast done chapter by chapter, book by book. On this episode, we cover the rather sparse first chapter of the second book in the series, in which Harry spends his birthday scrubbing floors and tending to gardens in preparation for the Dursley’s dinner party. We make a number of references to outside sources and popular culture, which are listed below: Séan P.F. Harris, childhood friend of J.K. Rowling, described on Wales Online and the Harry Potter Lexicon (see dedication section)Accio Quote, a phenomenal resource that compiles interviews and archives of statements Rowling has made on the series and who we are constantly indebted toJ.K. Rowling on writer’s block in a live interview with Scholastic.com (16 October 2000) (spoiler warning up to & including Goblet of Fire)The plotline of Half-Blood Prince almost appeared in Chamber of Secrets, quoted from various interviews listed on Accio Quote (spoiler warning for Chamber of Secrets)Ultimate Unofficial Guide to the Mysteries of Harry Potter by Galadriel Waters (Ed. Astre Mithrandir; Published by Wizarding World Press in 2003) Wouldn’t Aunt Petunia know that Harry couldn’t use magic outside school? on Stack Exchange (spoiler warning through Deathly Hallows in some replies)Lacarnum Inflamari on the Harry Potter Wiki Our Spell of the Week for this episode is Lacarnum Inflamari, which Harry might have used to set a bush on fire in the Dursley’s garden. We also answer an email from Becca on Quidditch classism, an email from Joseluis on money in the UK and the Hero’s Journey, and an email from Robin on Madam Pince. We encourage our listeners to send emails to owlpost@podtrificustotalus.com correcting us, expanding on something we mentioned, asking questions, and sharing their experiences with the Harry Potter series. You can also interact with us through @podtrificus on Twitter, our Facebook page, or by leaving a comment below. We are also available on podcast services. You can subscribe to us via Apple Podcasts, Google Play, Pocket Casts, Spotify, and more — just search us on your favorite podcast app or use the direct link to our feed. Hit the subscribe buttons on our website to make sure you don’t miss out on new episodes of Podtrificus Totalus. Thanks for listening and we’ll see you again for 2.2, “Dobby’s Warning!” Have a magical day!
We’re a little late on this one, but we’re finishing off Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone on Podtrificus Totalus this week, a Harry Potter podcast done chapter by chapter, book by book. On this episode, we talk about the Power of Love, which Harry uses to save the school (and the wizarding world) from Lord Voldemort. Dumbledore lets slip a few truths, the House Cup is doled out, and our trio returns home for the summer break. We make a number of references to outside sources and popular culture, which are listed below: Janus, the Roman god of dualityProfessor Quirrell on PottermoreThe character Iago in Shakespeare’s Othello, particularly this line Ultimate Unofficial Guide to the Mysteries of Harry Potter by Galadriel Waters (Ed. Astre Mithrandir; Published by Wizarding World Press in 2003)Into the Pensieve: The Philosophy and Mythology of Harry Potter by Patrick McCauley (Published by Schiffer Publishing in 2015)The Incarcerous Spell on the Harry Potter WikiThe Rope Bind Trading Card via the Harry Potter Wiki Our Spell of the Week for this episode is Incarcerous, which Professor Quirrell uses to bind Harry during their final confrontation. We encourage our listeners to send emails to owlpost@podtrificustotalus.com correcting us, expanding on something we mentioned, asking questions, and sharing their experiences with the Harry Potter series. You can also interact with us through @podtrificus on Twitter, our Facebook page, Tumblr, or by leaving a comment below. We are also available on podcast services. You can subscribe to us via iTunes, Google Play, Pocket Casts, Spotify, and more — just search us on your favorite podcast app or use the direct link to our feed. Hit the subscribe button on our website to make sure you don’t miss out on new episodes of Podtrificus Totalus. Thanks for listening and we’ll see you again for 2.1, “The Worst Birthday!” Have a magical day!
It’s Monday, and that means it’s time for a new episode of Podtrificus Totalus, a Harry Potter podcast done chapter by chapter, book by book. Harry, Ron, and Hermione take their final exams, but Harry is bothered by his scar burning and warning him of approaching danger. They learn that Dumbledore has been summoned away from Hogwarts and realize it is up to them to protect the Philosopher’s Stone from Snape and Voldemort. We make a number of references to outside sources and popular culture, which are listed below: The 1637 Werewolf Code of Conduct, explained on PottermoreÆlfric of Eynsham, an English abbot and writerThe Giant Squid on the Harry Potter LexiconUltimate Unofficial Guide to the Mysteries of Harry Potter by Galadriel Waters (Ed. Astre Mithrandir; Published by Wizarding World Press in 2003) Cerberus, guardian of the underworld in Greek mythology Horace’s Odes, which describe Cerberus yielding to musicThe Hero with a Thousand Faces by Joseph Campbell (1949) and the Hero’s JourneyThe Twelfth Tablet of The Epic of GilgameshThe Odyssey by HomerHeracles’s Twelfth LaborTheseus’s descent into the underworldThe Harrowing of Hell in Christian theologyYour Journey to Hell and Back by Linda LappinThe Pottermore illustration of the Potions trialThe Full Body-Bind Curse on the Harry Potter Wiki Our Spell of the Week for this episode is Petrificus Totalus, which Hermione uses to paralyze Neville when he stands up to them. We encourage our listeners to send emails to owlpost@podtrificustotalus.com correcting us, expanding on something we mentioned, asking questions, and sharing their experiences with the Harry Potter series. You can also interact with us through @podtrificus on Twitter, our Facebook page, Tumblr, or by leaving a comment below. We are also available on podcast services. You can subscribe to us via iTunes, Google Play, Pocket Casts, Stitcher, and more — just search us on your favorite podcast app or use the direct link to our feed. Hit the subscribe buttons on our website to make sure you don’t miss out on new episodes of Podtrificus Totalus. Thanks for listening and we’ll see you again for 1.17, “The Man with Two Faces!” Have a magical day!
It’s time to serve detention and explore the menacing Forbidden Forest on Podtrificus Totalus, a Harry Potter read along podcast done chapter by chapter, book by book. After foolishly forgetting the Invisibility Cloak, Harry and Hermione are caught in their dragon disappearing act by Filch. McGonagall deducts a kiloton of points from Gryffindor House for their transgressions, and Harry, Hermione, Neville, and Draco serve out their punishments in the Forbidden Forest, where a mysterious evil lurks. We make a number of references to outside sources and popular culture, which are listed below: The “I Am the Danger” scene in Breaking BadUnicorns, the national animal of ScotlandRonan, a name meaning “little seal”Seel, the PokémonMars, the Roman god of warIsildur’s Bane from the Lord of the Rings seriesChiron, a centaur from Greek mythologyRed Sparks on the HP Wiki Our Spell of the Week for this episode is the charm for red sparks, Vermillius, which Hagrid taught the children before placing them in mortal danger. We encourage our listeners to send emails to owlpost@podtrificustotalus.com correcting us, expanding on something we mentioned, asking questions, and sharing their experiences with the Harry Potter series. You can also interact with us through @podtrificus on Twitter, our Facebook page, or by leaving a comment below. We are also available on podcast services. You can subscribe to us via iTunes, Google Play, Pocket Casts, Spotify, and more — just search us on your favorite podcast app or use the direct link to our feed. Hit the subscribe buttons on our website to make sure you don’t miss out on new episodes of Podtrificus Totalus. Thanks for listening and we’ll see you again for 1.16, “Through the Trapdoor!” Have a magical day!
Cloaks and schemes and dragons, oh my! It’s time for another episode of Podtrificus Totalus, a Harry Potter podcast done chapter by chapter, book by book. Quirrell seems to be resisting Snape’s efforts to steal the stone, at least long enough for Harry, Ron, and Hermione to be distracted by a sub-plot: Hagrid has obtained an illegal dragon egg, and Malfoy finds out about it. We make a number of references to outside sources and popular culture, which are listed below: Origanum dictamnus, or the actual dittany plantThe Aeneid by VirgilThe Disillusionment Charm on the Harry Potter Wiki Our Spell of the Week for this episode is the Disillusionment Charm, which Harry and Hermione could have used to avoid being caught wandering the castle at night. We encourage our listeners to send emails to owlpost@podtrificustotalus.com correcting us, expanding on something we mentioned, asking questions, and sharing their experiences with the Harry Potter series. You can also interact with us through @podtrificus on Twitter, our Facebook page, Tumblr, or by leaving a comment below. We are also available on podcast services. You can subscribe to us via iTunes, Google Play, Pocket Casts, Stitcher, and more — just search us on your favorite podcast app or use the direct link to our feed. Hit the subscribe buttons on our website to make sure you don’t miss out on new episodes of Podtrificus Totalus. Thanks for listening and we’ll see you again for 1.15, “The Forbidden Forest!” Have a magical day!
Mysteries are solved and soundboards are abused this week on Podtrificus Totalus, a Harry Potter podcast done chapter by chapter, book by book, when Harry, Ron, and Hermione at last discover who Nicolas Flamel is and Cassie relives childhood fears. After giving a bullied Neville a Chocolate Frog card, Harry remembers where he first heard Nicolas Flamel’s name. Hermione pulls out a giant book and the trio finally uncovers what Fluffy is guarding. Snape referees Gryffindor’s Quidditch match, and Harry overhears a foreboding conversation. We make a number of references to outside sources and popular culture, which are listed below: Ultimate Unofficial Guide to the Mysteries of Harry Potter by Galadriel Waters (Ed. Astre Mithrandir; Published by Wizarding World Press in 2003)Nicolas and Perenelle Flamel on WikipediaThe Book of Hieroglyphic Figures, attributed to Nicolas Flamel (1612)Sir Isaac NewtonThe Hunchback of Notre Dame by Victor Hugo (1831)The Da Vinci Code by Dan Brown (2003)As Above, So Below (2014)Fullmetal Alchemist (2001-2010)The book series The Secrets of the Immortal Nicolas Flamel by Michael ScottThe Leg-Locker Curse on the Harry Potter WikiThese two terrifying sound clips from Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets on the PlayStation 2A bolas, a thrown weapon used to capture animals by their legsA deleted scene from Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone (2001), in which Neville hops into the Great Hall after being jinxed Our spell of the week for this episode is Locomotor Mortis, or the Leg-Locker Curse, which Draco uses on Neville and which lives eternally embedded in Cassie’s memory. We encourage our listeners to send emails to owlpost@podtrificustotalus.com correcting us, expanding on something we mentioned, asking questions, and sharing their experiences with the Harry Potter series. You can also interact with us through @podtrificus on Twitter, our Facebook page, Tumblr, or by leaving a comment below. We are also available on podcast services. You can subscribe to us via iTunes, Google Play, Pocket Casts, Stitcher, and more — just search us on your favorite podcast app or use the direct link to our feed. Hit the subscribe buttons on our website to make sure you don’t miss out on new episodes of Podtrificus Totalus. Thanks for listening and we’ll see you again for 1.14, “Norbert the Norwegian Ridgeback!” Have a magical day!
This week on Podtrificus Totalus, a Harry Potter podcast done chapter by chapter, book by book, Cassie and Joe get sad during chapter twelve of Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone, “The Mirror of Erised.” With the Christmas holidays upon Hogwarts, Harry and the Weasleys are left mostly alone to enjoy snowball fights and lavish Christmas dinners, but a mysterious gift enables Harry to explore the castle unseen at night. He discovers the Mirror of Erised, a magical device that shows the viewer their deepest desire. Harry is entranced by the mirror, but at what cost? We make a number of references to outside sources and popular culture, which are listed below: Professor Kettleburn, the Care of Magical Creatures ProfessorRowling had a “childhood fear of scary librarians” via Twitter (25 June 2015)Rowling’s comments on Madam Pince and librarians in “An Evening with Harry, Carrie and Garp” (2 August 2006)Back at it Again at Krispy Kreme, a popular VineThe Mirror of Erised is one of Rowling’s favorite chapters, per a Channel 4 interview (Richard Madeley & Judy Finnigan; 26 June 2006)Rowling on losing her mother in “Harry Potter and Me,” a BBC Christmas Special (28 December 2001)The Mirror of Erised on PottermoreThe Ebublio Jinx on the Harry Potter Wiki Our spell of the week for this episode is Ebublio, a spell which traps the victim in an impenetrable bubble. We encourage our listeners to send emails to owlpost@podtrificustotalus.com correcting us, expanding on something we mentioned, asking questions, and sharing their experiences with the Harry Potter series. You can also interact with us through @podtrificus on Twitter, our Facebook page, Tumblr, or by leaving a comment below. We are also available on podcast services. You can subscribe to us via iTunes, Google Play, Pocket Casts, Stitcher, and more — just search us on your favorite podcast app or use the direct link to our feed. Hit the subscribe buttons on our website to make sure you don’t miss out on new episodes of Podtrificus Totalus. Thanks for listening and we’ll see you again for 1.13, “Nicolas Flamel!” Have a magical day!
This week on Podtrificus Totalus, a Harry Potter podcast done chapter by chapter, book by book, Cassie and Joe get physical for chapter eleven of Harry Potter and the Philsopher’s Stone, “Quidditch.” A November chill has hit Hogwarts in this chapter, requiring Hagrid to, for some reason, defrost the school broomsticks while Harry frets over his first Quidditch match as the Gryffindor Seeker. Harry learns the cause of Snape’s apparent limp, then a curse mysteriously befalls his broomstick during the game. We make a number of references to outside sources and popular culture, which are listed below: The Hogwarts Broomshed on the HP LexiconDean Thomas’s Background from J.K. Rowling’s Official SiteDean Thomas’s Original Name from J.K. Rowling’s TwitterMidnight Duel Sketch by J.K. Rowling (via the HP Lexicon)The Harry Potter: Quidditch World Cup video gamesCHAPPiE (2015)Ultimate Unofficial Guide to the Mysteries of Harry Potter by Galadriel Waters (Ed. Astre Mithrandir; Published by Wizarding World Press in 2003)Jim Kay illustration of Hermione and her Bluebell Flames from Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone: Illustrated EditionBluebell Flames on the HP WikiAccioBrain, a Harry Potter FansiteLigers from Napoleon Dynamite (2004) We encourage our listeners to send emails to owlpost@podtrificustotalus.com correcting us, expanding on something we mentioned, asking questions, and sharing their experiences with the Harry Potter series. You can also interact with us through @podtrificus on Twitter, our Facebook page, Tumblr, or by leaving a comment below. We are available on podcast services. You can subscribe to us via Apple Podcasts, Google Play, Pocket Casts, Stitcher, and more — just search for us on your favorite podcast app or use a direct link to our feed. Hit the subscribe buttons on our website to make sure you don’t miss out on new episodes of Podtrificus Totalus. Thanks for listening, and we’ll see you again for 1.12, “The Mirror of Erised.” Have a magical day!
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Podtrificus Totalus
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Started
Jun 26th, 2017
Latest Episode
Jun 29th, 2020
Release Period
Weekly
Episodes
35
Avg. Episode Length
About 1 hour
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