Tuesday, July 17, 2007

What a difference

A summer makes.... (Not really safe for work).

'Hermione' returns to Hogwarts:



Harry Potter - Sexy Version - video powered by Metacafe

(stolen from Der Verr├╝ckte Philosoph at Peripetia)

7 comments:

Sorghum Crow said...

Oh this is very definitely not un-funny.

ellroon said...

Is it funnier because it acknowledges we've watched them grow up on screen and become adults? Suddenly the little kids have become sexy?

I don't know. Too deep for me. I laughed, so I blogged.

mapaghimagsik said...

The funny parts for me where the "Beating of the Blodgers" came up. I think the other funny part was watching the actors trying to force themselves into various characters.

I'm sure with the Harry Potter Stories, like Star Wars, you can play the "sexual innuendo through out of context quotes" game. Which, one of my favorites there is "Are you a little small for a stormtrooper?" and "I don't care what you smell, get in there!"

But with most skits, this one ran a little long for me. Funny, but okay, I get it! She's got breasts!

Steve Bates said...

I liked it. Some say I have an adolescent sense of humor; I guess this proves it. Or maybe it's just that, as NTodd listed in one of his Eight Things About Me, I like boobs. (Female breasts, I mean; not boobs like our current preznit and veep.) Speaking of NTodd, he seems Hermione-fixated these days; maybe he saw this skit before the rest of us did.

ellroon said...

I liked the fact the Harry Potter character had not grown while everyone else had....
(it was an actress playing the part, wasn't it?)

Steve Bates said...

"I liked the fact the Harry Potter character had not grown while everyone else had...." - ellroon

That was a nice touch, I agree.

"(it was an actress playing the part, wasn't it?)"

Sorry; I didn't notice the possible pants role; I was too busy noticing...

Speaking of noticing, the line about beating some bludgers (a quidditch reference) wasn't the only clever topical pun... the Hagrid character says he has to go tame his dragon.

BTW, who did this parody? It must have appeared on TV somewhere, given the laugh track.

ellroon said...

Looks like it was an SNL skit with Lindsay Lohan as Hermione. At least that's what's on the video clip...