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The Witching Hour

It’s HP IRL! This week on the show we’re discussing Harry Potter in real life, based on our own experiences with fan conventions, movie premieres and midnight book releases, Harry Potter tourism and sightseeing, and the Wizarding World of Harry Potter in Florida. We discuss the differences between experiencing Harry Potter fandom online, in person, or on your own. What’s been your experience of these things? How has it shaped your relationship with Harry Potter? 

Season 6 - Episode 3 - HP IRL: Harry Potter in Real Life

"We’re the Potter Fandom" by the 8th Horcrux
"Wizard Rock Heart Throb" by the Whomping Willows
"The LeakyCon Theme Song" by the House of Black and Swish and Flick
"Post Potter Depression" by Lauren Fairweather
"Voldemort Fangirl" by ALL CAPS
"House of Awesome Theme Song" by the Whomping Willows
"Save Ginny Weasley from the House of Awesome" by Oliver Boyd & the Remembralls
"This Book is So Awesome" by Ministry of Magic
"Get Back to Hogwarts" from A Very Potter Musical
"The Hogwarts Tonsil Hockey Team" by Harry and the Potters
"Hogwarts Here I Come" by Into the Pensieve
"Things I’m Not Allowed to Do at Hogwarts" by Obliviate!
"Looking for Hogwarts" by Roonil Wazlib
"I’m Going to Hogwarts" by Lauren Fairweather
"I Love Hogwarts" by the 8th Horcrux
"We’re the Students at Hogwarts" by Catchlove
"Platform 9 and 3/4" by Harry and the Potters
"House Song" by Ministry of Magic
"End of an Era" by Oliver Boyd & the Remembralls
"When the Lights Go Out" by the Whomping Willows

Episode image rudely stolen from the LeakyCon website, designed by the totally talented Jordan Edwards.