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Harry Potter Art Challenge- Day Eight : Favorite Quote

This is a quote from Dumbledore in Goblet of Fire. I thought it fit every character in the book so..

I’m sorry I’m rushing this so much but I have no time

Commission Me

I got through half of the second period and then my wife sat down with me and started watching it. When it got to 2-0, she asked me ‘How are you feeling on the bench at that point? Did you know it was over?’ Then all those feelings came flooding back and I said 'Change the channel please.’
—  Kevin Bieksa on rewatching Game 7 of the 2011 Stanley Cup Final.
Conversation in the Soundproof Room

Script

Mason: [walks upstairs] Liam? You up here? [looks around] Dude, where the hell are you? [enters room]
Lydia: [chases after Mason] What are you doing up here? The party is downstairs.
Mason: I was looking for Liam.
Lydia: Sorry but missing freshmen are a little low on my priority list. [goes to pick up the wine cups]
Mason: But not so low that you don’t know he’s a freshmen.
Lydia: I might have seen your friend. Downstairs. [wine drops on the carpet floor] Oh my God, the carpet. [drops on the floor and starts desperately scrubbing it] No God, no.
Mason: [drops to the floor with her] Hey, it’s alright. It’ll come out. [Lydia keeps scrubbing] Oh, okay. I’m sorry. [Lydia keeps scrubbing] Was it valuable?
Lydia: No [stops scrubbing] That’s the problem. Nothing in here is valuable. [Mason looks confused] We just put the house on the market. [Lydia is teary-eyed] It was supposed to be left without a scratch. It has to be in perfect condition. We need every penny we can get out of this place.
Mason: Okay, let me go get some club soda and salt. Lydia, it’ll come out. It will. [waits for Lydia to give some kind of acknowledgment] Okay. [leaves the the room]

“Congratulations to resident Diva MICHELE McCONNELL who tonight celebrates her 1,200th performance as Carlotta on Broadway! Her devotees are on their knees to implore her for another 1,200. We toast her on her big milestone!

For those keeping track, MARILYN CASKEY holds the New York record, with over 1,700 times as Broadway’s longest-running Prima Donna. And she’s played even more as Madame Giry!

Worldwide, the record is held by KIM STENGEL, who’s played the role more than 4,500 times across the U.S., Canada and Asia.

We applaud all three ladies!”


From the official POTO Broadway page