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A product of rigorous and excited discussion between a few MuggleNet staff members, Alohomora! was crafted to fill the void left in the aftermath of the final Harry Potter movie release. Led by the rotating voices of the podcast, fans can now re-read the books alongside thousands online and share all their new insights on the show, as well as on the companion section. The project is entirely produced by fans, for fans.

May 12, 2018

On Episode 245 we discuss...

→ Let the tears flow with Michael's reading of the chapter!
→ Untested magic
→ A moment for parallels
→ Harry's cadaver career
→ James is important too, guys!
→ "I'm Spartacus!"
→ Everything but the Ford Anglia
→ Other ways to kill a wizard
→ Stupid movie
→ The Master of...


Apr 28, 2018

On Episode 244 we discuss...

→ JKR's admissions of how the death of her mother shaped the series
→ Immortality and the fear of death
→ Voldemort: The most useless, magic-dependent wizard ever
→ Grief over death and loss
→ How unresolved grief can stunt growth
→ Acceptance of death and its inevitability
→...


Apr 14, 2018

On Episode 243 we discuss...

→ Best HBP chapter EVAR!!
→ Leaving Hagrid to grieve alone? Rude.
Half-Blood Prince: a metaphor for being 16
→ Slughorn: B+ teacher, A+ motivator
→ Half an eyebrow now, half an eyeball later!
→ Felix has no morals... and kind of makes you drunk
→ Did Tom Riddle get lucky?
→...


Mar 31, 2018

On Episode 242 we discuss…

→ A role model for teenage activism
→ Why is Harry so determined to be a "good guy?"
→ Harry, listen to Michelle Obama
→ Why does he insist on going it alone?
→ Harry is Batman... and Luke Skywalker
→ Why should he NOT be angsty?
→ No, Harry is not his Horcrux... or a Cylon
→...


Mar 17, 2018

On Episode 241 we discuss...

→ Does Harry finally learn from his shortcomings?
→ A perfect moment for Dumbledore to mention his family
→ Voldy is watching you, always watching
→ The Fidelius Charm has so many freakin' loopholes
→ Four claps for you, Severus Snape; you go, Severus Snape
→ When do phoenixes...