The Fox and the Foxhound: Love, Marriage, and Harry Potter

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Recent Episodes

Candy Pants: Cursed Child Act I, Scene 17-Act II, Scene 3

March 28, 2023

It’s time to continue our Cursed Child journey, and we've finally crossed into Act II! We're talking Daddy issues, polyjuice brain pretzels, and Draco voice makes an overdue appearance to yell about Muggles. Plus, Bluey! Sup…

Third or Nothing: 'Puffs' and the Role of Unlicensed Homages in a Controversial Franchise

March 21, 2023

This week, we proudly don our yellow-and-black best and discuss ‘Puffs’, the quintessential underdog story. Plus, what role do unlicensed homages have in a fandom that's become controversial? All of this, plus Bob Dylan, awa…

They Don't Know I'm Naked: Harry Potter Would You Rather and F/M/K

March 14, 2023

Hogwarts painting or Hogwarts Ghost? Be pranked by Fred and George daily or have to tolerate milktoast Dudley? And in a rousing round of F/M/K, what are we doing with Pomona Sprout and Horace Slughorn? This week, we're enter…

Edward *Redacted*Hands: Cursed Child Act I, Scenes 11-16

Feb. 28, 2023

This week, we’re plotting more ground in Cursed Child and covering Act I, Scenes 11-16 and the spikey-handed Trolley Witch of it all. Plus: Janet(s), Kevin is reminded of a very specific adult film, and Draco draco-ing.

With or Without Pants: The Deep-Dive on The Golden Trio

Feb. 21, 2023

Our next deep-dive is focused on none other than the Holy Trumvirate of Harry, Hermione, and Ron (who we establish are NOT a throuple). Are they truly complimentary to each other or should they really not be friends? Is the …

Time After Time: Cursed Child Act I, Scenes 5-10

Feb. 14, 2023

This week, we're diving back in to Cursed Child and covering Act I, Scenes 5-10. It's big father/son dramatic energy, and the return of the worst plot device in the Wizarding World. Plus, Amanda's unlikely kinship with young…

About the Hosts

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Amanda Wilson


Amanda isn't just a wife and mother. Impressively, she can also manage to forget what she was about to Google in the time it takes her to unlock her phone, is a very bad cook, and can only do impressions of people if she's singing. When she's not performing any of those mind-blowing skills you can find her playing cribbage on her phone, making up poop-related songs about her child, or working in VO.

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Kevin Wilson


Before becoming Fawkes' number 1 fan, Kevin considered himself only an enthusiast of disc golf, being outside, and a solid IPA. When he's not developing elaborate HP conspiracy theories and hypothetical fanfics, you can find him falling asleep in front of the TV and snuggling his wife, his child, and both of his cats. Usually at the same time.

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Judson Hurd



Judson Hurd grew up in the beautiful country of Paraguay. His first 'teacher' was an old instrumental piano cassette a missionary couple left after leaving the country. The expressive, folk, piano vibrations of Philip Aaberg (Judson's childhood idol) and the simple, romantic Latin culture had a creative impact on his music.

Judson now resides in Wilmington, North Carolina. His music has reached over 2,000,000 views on YouTube. He writes music for radio, TV, including companies Android, Jaguar, Land Rover, the Oprah Show, PBS, recorded countless session work, and has opened for Gavin Degraw, Five For Fighting, Building 429, and many others. He made his Carnegie Hall debut in October 2015.

You can find out more about Judson’s music at

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Josh Bailey

Manager of Mischief

Manager of Mischief/Co-Producer

Josh is an actor, educator, and all-around wonderful guy.

Spending his childhood in both Colorado and Kentucky, Josh developed a curiosity about other people early on. He carried this curiosity to North Carolina and into his career as a middle-school educator, where he has inspired young minds with engaging and creative lessons ever since.

When he’s not teaching, Josh performs on local stages. He has appeared in everything from Neil Simon to Tom Stoppard, lending his earnest and sincere spirit to the words and imaginations of playwrights.

Josh is a fan of bourbon, D&D, and philosophical discussion.