But Wait, Where's Winky?: Harry Potter and The Goblet of Fire (The Movie)

This week your hosts are braving the Bagman and Winky-less World of the Goblet of Fire movie. Amanda’s got director fun-facts, Kev’s got life lessons, and both have a lot of opinions. What had Kev outraged within the first 5 minutes? What did The Wilsons find the most visually impressive? Who was perfectly cast and who should have fired their acting coach? Find out this week. Plus: Amanda and Kev give the Hollywood big-shots some budgeting advice Matthew McConaughey drops by Your hosts picks for recasting Cinematic Marriage Lessons And much, much more… Support the show (http://patreon.com/thefoxandthefoxhound)

Blood Money (Conclusion of Book 4)

The long, paranoid, and tear-laden journey of Goblet of Fire comes to a conclusion this week as your hosts finish Book 4. Join The Wilsons this week as they raise a glass for Cedric Diggory, bid farewell to Fleur and Cookie Monster Krum, and revel in Punk Rock Anarchist Hermione Granger. There is absolutely no need for the amount of singing in this episode, and why does Kevin Bacon have no pants? Support the show (http://patreon.com/thefoxandthefoxhound)

Gloria Delacour (Book 4, Chapter 36)

Hope you all are ready for some tears, because “The Parting of the Ways” tore your hosts’ sweet little hearts apart this week. How is Harry’s trauma showing and what does it have to do with mice brains? What Disney Princess does Amanda resemble when sleeping? And how differently could all of this turned out if the Goblet had selected a Slytherin champion? All this and much more in this week’s tear-soaked episode. Support the show (http://patreon.com/thefoxandthefoxhound)

Daddy Issues (Book 4, Chapters 34-35)

Now that Kev knows the truth about who put Harry’s name in the GOBLET OF FIYAH (hint: not Bagman), The Wilsons are sipping and savoring all of the glorious tea spilled by J-J-J-Joonyah. What moments brought your hosts to tears, what insane US/UK edition discrepancy was discovered while recording, and what is the point of contention that may actually lead to The Wilsons’ divorce? Find out this week. Support the show (http://patreon.com/thefoxandthefoxhound)

Once Upon A Time, I Tried To Kill A Baby (Book 4, Chapter 33)

Considering Voldy is back in all his showy and verbose AF glory, The Wilsons have plenty to discuss with Chapter 33, The Death Eaters . Who are Kev’s most likely suspects as Big V’s “faithful servant at Hogwarts”? Which Death Eater is just not having a good day? And what’s this about a Muppet Orphanage? Support the show (http://patreon.com/thefoxandthefoxhound)

The Ancient and Noble House of Black: A Conversation with J'Neia Stewart of The House of Black Podcast

This week, The Wilsons are taking break from Goblet of Fire to talk to J’Neia Stewart, host of the podcast The House of Black . In her show, J’Neia speaks candidly about race, gender, politics, and everything in between as a black fan of a series often portrayed as pervasively white. You can find The House of Black anywhere you get your podcasts, and you can follow J’Neia and the show on Twitter (and her brand-new Instagram account!)- @houseofblackpod! Support the show (http://patreon.com/thefoxandthefoxhound)

The Spare (Book 4, Chapters 31-32)

Against the backdrop of a very heavy week in the US, your hosts are tackling a true pivot point in the Harry Potter series. What are they finding in these two chapters about fair play, micro aggressions, and people being viewed as “spare”? Also, if you’ve been wondering when Harry becomes Rambo, or dying for an Amanda Sphinx impression, your wait is over! Support the show (http://patreon.com/thefoxandthefoxhound)

We're In The Future Also (Book 4, Chapters 29-30)

In what the Potter Virgin of the duo has dubbed the “chapters that have fully solidified his place in the fandom”, The Wilsons are tackling “The Dream” and “The Pensieve” this week. And while there is plenty of dark and twisted material to cover, Potterheads know this may well be Kev’s last stop before the series becomes the full-on Heartbreak Express. Support the show (http://patreon.com/thefoxandthefoxhound)

MAZE. (Book 4, Chapter 28)

‘The Madness of Mr. Crouch’ gets it’s own episode this week, because quite frankly things are getting batshit up in here. Your hosts are debating Hermione’s continued house-elf advocacy, wondering where Hogwarts students go for illicit activities, wishing they could snuggle Nifflers, and dissecting Crouch’s very strange and sudden reappearance. Support the show (http://patreon.com/thefoxandthefoxhound)

Crouching Barty, Hidden Bagman (Book 4, Chapters 26-27)

The Wilsons have swam with the merpeople and enjoyed some serious gossip with a cave-dwelling Sirius Black, and this week they’re processing it all. Kev has emerged from these two chapters with thoughts about Merchieftainess Murcus, a brand new vocal styling for one character, and more suspicions than ever of an ever-growing list of people. Don’t worry, Amanda’s lips are sealed. Support the show (http://patreon.com/thefoxandthefoxhound)

Hide Nor Hair Nor Hagrid (Book 4, Chapters 24-25)

This week, The Wilsons are covering two chapters- one of which Kev has declared his “favorite chapter of the series so far”. Who his topping Kev’s list of potential Death Eaters? Why is Curious George an indication of Amanda’s academic failures? What’s Hagrid, ahem, bathroom arrangement? And what did Aberforth do to a goat? Support the show (http://patreon.com/thefoxandthefoxhound)

Weird, Castrated Morrissey (Book 4, Chapters 21-23)

It’s time for The Yule Ball and The Wilsons are reliving the terror of asking your crush to a dance and voicing support for body modification, Botox, and Carole Baskin’s Skrewt Farm. Who did Kev initially think Hermione was taking to the Ball? What has him worried about Crouch? And what exactly was happening in those rose bushes? Plus, a brand new weekly segment makes its debut! Support the show (http://patreon.com/thefoxandthefoxhound)

MINISODE: Our Harry Potter Questions For YOU!

The Wilsons are taking the week off from traditional episodes and before they get back to normal next week, they have some burning Harry Potter questions for you to answer! Send your responses to thefoxandthefoxhound@gmail.com or send a DM on Instagram (@thefoxandthefoxhound) or Twitter (@foxandfoxhound) and hear your responses on a special edition of Hedwig's Digital Get Down in next week's episode! Support the show (http://patreon.com/thefoxandthefoxhound)

Zooming With Sirius (Book 4, Chapters 19-20)

The first task is complete, and your hosts have plenty to say on the matter. Hear all about Hermione’s Mr. Miyagi moment, Harry’s more dickish tendencies, Americans’ obsession with flags, and of course how Ron and Harry parallel 2Pac and Biggie Smalls. Support the show (http://patreon.com/thefoxandthefoxhound)

Hickory Diggory Dock (Book 4, Chapters 17-18)

In the aftermath of the Goblet’s (very rude) spewing of a Fourth Triwizard Champion name, Amanda and Kev are going full-on with impressions (Harry, Fleur, Almanzo Wilder?), debating the problematic nature of “it’s not fair” arguments, dissecting the complex mystery that is Ron Weasley, and somehow relating all of it back to Tiger King and Amanda’s terrible Animal Crossing Island name. Support the show (http://patreon.com/thefoxandthefoxhound)

Can I Get Some Of That Imperious Curse? (Book 4, Chapters 15-16)

The Triwizard Tournament officially has its (four) champions, Moody’s out here casting Unforgiveable Curses on errbody, and through it all The Wilsons are revisiting the dark days of “that’s hot” and speculating about Shaquille O’Neal’s sexual logistics. What does Professor Kevlawney think may be a hidden gift of Dumbledore’s? How much Hufflepuff Pride does Amanda display over the moment Cedric is chosen as a Hogwarts champion? And can Kev do a French accent? Spoiler alert: no he cannot. Support the show (http://patreon.com/thefoxandthefoxhound)

Constant Vigilance! (Book 4, Chapters 13-14)

The Wilsons are still stuck inside- running out of alcohol rapidly and diving right in to The Unforgivable Curses! They’re discussing the zingers, Vietnam service, and episodes of actual child abuse from one Mr. Moody and deciding who they would want to spend quarantine with from the Wizarding World. And while this week doesn’t technically meet the requirements of a “musical episode”…there is a disproportionate amount of singing. Support the show (http://patreon.com/thefoxandthefoxhound)

96 Galleons (Book 4, Chapters 11-12)

It’s a bit of a dark time on this planet right now, and this week The Wilsons are hoping that The Adorable (and Pint-Sized) Creevey Brothers might put a smile on their faces. Spoiler alert: they really, really do. Also, what the making of grits at Dollywood has in common with Arthur’s note-taking, Amanda and Kev beg Universal Studios to consult with them about coming attractions, and Professor Kevlawney has some initial thoughts about Mad Eye Moody. Support the show (http://patreon.com/thefoxandthefoxhound)