Episode 36: ALL the Houses

Join Elayna, along with guest hosts Aurelia, Igor, and Katy, for Episode 36! This episode, we discuss the rumored casting of Callum Turner, the potential House of Theseus Scamander, German history, and a Brazilian beast!

Episode 36: ALL the Houses

This time on SpeakBeasty:

→ Guest hosts, galore!
The Phoenix Register: Newt’s patronus?!
→ Is the patronus Leta? Tina’s hat? Graves?
→ Discount Buckbeak and Baby Groot.
→ “Don’t say magic is the reason!”
→ Callum Turner as Thesues?
→ Jo still doesn’t know how to math.
→ Theseus is in ALL the Houses!
→ “Salazar Slytherin was kind of an a-hole.”
→ “Legit wizard, or nah?”
→ Were Leta and Theseus friends?
→ The Time-Turner
: Germany leading up to WWII.
→ History is scary, sometimes.
The Newt Case: The Brazilian caipora!
→ “Here! I lit your cigar, now go away!”

PODCAST QUESTION: Which House do you think Theseus was in and why?

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2 Comments Add yours

  1. Hermione P says:

    About repairing buildings instantly: There hasn’t been any canon from Jo so far that it took a long time for Hogwarts to get repaired after the Battle of Hogwarts, and there were many casualties who needed medical attention at that time. So maybe the repair took place off-page/off-screen, we just didn’t witness it.

    Plus in Fantastic Beasts, the Aurors were repairing Muggle buildings. Working on magical buildings like Hogwarts could be more complicated.


  2. Ann says:

    Theseus, from the very little we know about him, seems pretty Gryffindor to me. He has that Gryffindor swagger in his letter to Newt – that sort of brash “the world is my oyster and adventure is the pearl” attitude we see a lot in that House. I am, perhaps, being a bit stereotypical – of COURSE the war hero is a Gryffindor – but until we find out he has an incredible strategic mind, inspired unbelievable loyalty in his troops, or went behind enemy lines and lived to tell about it, I’m sticking to it.


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