Okay so I just finished Assassination classroom and I just want to warn anyone who wants to watch it;
DON’T DO IT
YOU WILL FUCKING DIE
YOU’LL BE ALL HAPPY UP TILL SEASON TWO EPISODE TWENTY THREE
BUT THEN THAT’S WHEN THE TEARS COME
DON’T DO IT MAN
YOU WILL HAVE YOUR HEART SHATTERED INTO A MILLION PIECES
THERE ARE TEARS IN MY LUNCH ON MY DOG ON MY DESK COVERING MY DOODLES
MAN I AM SO SADDDDDD
Okay but why aren’t we talking about McGonagall and Sirius?
McGonagall finding about the death of James and Lily and unable to control her tears. McGonagall finding that Sirius (supposedly) betrayed James and Lily and in denial like how can such a pure friendship come to this? McGonagall finding about the (supposed) murder of Peter by Sirius and going into shock and even more denial.
McGonagall not believing a word of it. McGonagall desperately wanting to prove that this all is a lie and No Sirius cannot have betrayed his best friend James and Lily and murdered Peter.
McGonagall still searching for facts and evidence and proof for Sirius’s sake knowing deep in her heart that Sirius could’ve never done it.
McGonagall going to Remus to ask the truth about Peter’s death and finding Remus has accepted it and it is a final straw for her and even she accepts it.
McGonagall’s heart breaking into a thousand pieces as she reads the news of Sirius in Azkaban because this boy, this boy whom she saw growing up, his carefree laughter and his constant flirting with her and his incessant talks about being against Dark Arts and Magic doesn’t deserve it.
McGonagall being helpless as she cannot do anything to help Sirius, and knowing that he is rotting away in that stupid cell.
McGonagall’s eyes brimming with tears when she sees Dumbledore leaving Harry at Petunia’s knowing that it could’ve been Sirius instead because he was his godfather and James trusted him. McGonagall knowing Sirius and Remus could’ve raised Harry properly and they could’ve been a family and Harry would have been loved and cared for.
McGonagall going into her daily routine but never stopped believing that Sirius could not have done it.
McGonagall learning that Sirius has escaped Azkaban and fearing for Harry’s safety.
McGonagall learning from Remus (when Remus is teaching Harry) about spotting Peter on the map before he hurriedly rushes out and her finally having hope that yes it was a lie and waiting patiently for the explanation of Sirius’s innocence.
McGonagall learning it all from Remus later before he is leaving school and shocked at Peter’s betrayal and being speechless, and then being furious, because How could he?! Furious because Sirius lost his youth, lost his independence, for Sirius being considered a murderer even though he wasn’t, furious, because Harry lost a proper childhood because of this betrayal.
And yet being incredibly happy because Yes! Sirius was innocent like she believed in her heart and Yes, James, your best mate wasn’t a traitor, he loved you all along.
McGonagall visiting Sirius in the cave and the first time she visits him she cries openly because her boy has been through so much and hugging and holding Sirius because she knows he needs it after everything. McGonagall sitting and chatting with Sirius about his time in Hogwarts and James and Lily and Remus and both of them nostalgic and lifting Sirius’s mood.
McGonagall visiting Sirius whenever she can and bringing him food and keeping him nourished and telling him about Harry and his progress and what a wonderful boy he is and so like James.
McGonagall keeping check of Sirius just as she was keeping a check on Harry (as was Sirius.)
McGonagall finding about Sirius’s death in Department of Mysteries and crying alone in her office for hours because he was one of her most favourites, but yet happy because her boy died bravely and nobly and happy because Sirius is finally together with his best mate, just as they belong.
McGonagall making sure that Sirius’s name is cleared after everything is over and making sure Sirius was seen as a hero, and then only resting.
Simone Biles and Alexandra Raisman of the United States celebrate and pose for photographs after winning the gold and silver during the Women’s Individual All Around Final on Day 6 of the 2016 Rio Olympics.