Care of Magical Shippers Podcast Episode 32 - Take a Chance on Me, Arty! 🎶 🔌 🧶 (Arthur Weasley/Molly Prewett Weasley)
4:49AM Jul 11, 2022
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I just I feel like this should be our actual introduction to the episode Welcome back listeners to Care of Magical shippers podcast you've caught us as you always do on a day. I however, I'm delighted to be Nathan. I'm still Nathan.
I'm pretty pretty good being Meg's. This is what we know any rad
you know, it's pretty good that we like being honest, if we didn't, and we've been doing our podcast for over a year may have been a little bit of a problem. Tammy teensy bit problematic. I'm excited today. Why am I excited? You? Look I'm hearing you scream at your device whenever you're listening on. But Nathan, you always say you're excited about everything I do. But I'm excited for a different reason this week. And it's because we happen to be doing a ship that we said we're going to do a while ago and pushed it back and pushed it back and put it back. And now we're finally getting a chance to dust it off and give it away. Oh,
I know because when you brought it up I was like wait, that was on our list forever ago and then we put it we literally have this spreadsheet right of like everything that we've done things we're planning on. And then we have a graveyard like literally 1x Two to the Sands of Time, man like in the Bermuda Triangle. Oh, it's going to be super fun. Yeah, so we So this week, we're going to be doing Arthur Weasley and Molly Pruitt Weasley. So this is gonna be really fun because of course we get to explore them, hopefully, you know, when they're younger, and maybe when they they got together as well as their married life and all the kids stuff. And so this should be really that'll be fun. I mean, we don't we don't know what's gonna happen. We never know what's gonna happen.
Yeah, this is the thing to probably to our guests, we might exude a thin veneer of confidence. But let me just tell you that I'm always in forever flying by the seat of my pants doing this and that will never change. I feel as though I was saying to Mexico I feel like this is part of our brand now. It's what you expect as a listener and I never intend for that degree of quality to decline over time.
I thought it was a dig on our I don't I was I was anticipating you'd be like I never expect our quality
oh very dare you I love this heart. I love what we do. For proud of the high standards that we will never reach oh i You Just I brace the chaos, and I get to do it with you. What? What better way is there to do it? Really? When you're doing a podcast, you want somebody to match your energy. And let's be honest, my energy is chaos. So I'm really glad to be diving into this. I'm never normally as excited about the headships. Because let there's there's so much good slash
out there and cannon ramen into is another one that you know,
well yeah, there is sort of a precedent on this pod that whenever we talk about canon pairings we're like, well, we've sort of been explored in canon. So there's not really very much more to say. But the caveat with this is because you know, we're always seeing things from the perspective of the kids. You don't really see Molly unless it's in a, you know, a really mothering nurturing role. And you don't see Arthur, unless it's to do with something at the ministry and even then you only get flashes, and he's always exhausted from coming in from, you know, a full day's work or whatever it happens to be. There's always an exploding toilet and Bethnal Green that he needs to go with. So it'll be nice to talk about them as fully rounded characters and explore the relationship a little more. And I hear you saying, but you've talked about Arthur Weasley on your Arthur, slash, Lucy's episode. And we did we have we actually have two of those. But I am really excited to talk about Molly in depth for the first time and Arthur and how they work together. So I don't know did you want to start off or do we just generally, like, together?
Yeah, so like, kind of what you were saying as far as like is in the book series like we only get really Harry's like headspace and for the most part, like, the characters are still lovable. Like we still love Molly for who she is. We still love Arthur for who she is, but they're definitely written in a way that's very like, okay, Molly is overly motherly and overly protective. And a little bit naggy so it's like, kind of can be a stereotypical mother hen, if you you know, if you think about, and then there's Arthur, who. There's lots of headcanons out there of why he is this way and behaves this way. But he's a little like kind of, he's goofy, silly, a bit airheaded, and like it, you know, it's like loves Muggle things, but still doesn't entirely understand it. You know, you think he'd be an expert, but he's not really like he's just into it, but he's not really learning anything, which seems so. So they're just they're just, they can there's obviously more to them that we don't see we just see him as the goofy dad and then the you know, kind of like helicopter mom sort of, you know, situation. So getting into them as more than just those, you know, roles is, I think is really great because I do love. I love Arthur and I love Molly and the potential of who they were because they were, what was it? Oh, I'm trying to crap. Oh, no, they weren't because I'm sorry. I'm like going through I'm going through cannon words in my head. Because what was it when serious was like when they were in the order meeting or Harry wanted to know more? And Molly was like, obviously trying to push for him not to learn anything serious says like you weren't here last time. So even though their tent like I think it's like 10 years older than the marauders there because of what was it? Arthur was born in 50. And like Snape and the end serious and James were 6059. So yeah, there was that, you know, there's that gap there, which was kind of like, oh, what were like what were they doing, I guess probably more focused on younger kids and dealing with their kids and stuff. And now that most you know, it's just different now or for whatever reason, but at first I was like, Oh, I wonder what it was like for them in the order. But I'm like, oh, technically, they weren't not to say that we couldn't make that a thing. Like it's like, you know that they couldn't have been part of the order back then. But But yeah, they weren't
well, Fabian and Fabian and Gideon Pruitt her brothers were Weren't they?
I mean, maybe family I'll have to look up the
feel. I feel like they were in the photograph. So if unless this is some very clever movie doctoring but I think yeah, I don't know. Because in the so because in the book in the chapter, Molly is busy celebrating Ron becoming a prefect and it's moody that shows Harry the order photo. And he he's talking them through Marlene McKinnon who died and then I Think he mentions Fabian and Gideon Pruitt but I'm gonna do a quick Google while we sort of just talk amongst yourself listeners who was the original?
Okay, here we go. Original Order of the Phoenix. There's me as in moody. There's Dumbledore de the listicle. That's Marlene MacKinnon, Frank and Alice long bottom. Emmeline Vance. There's Lupe in office obviously been binge Benji Fenwick. Yeah. Edgar bones, brother of Amelia bones. Sturgis Podmore Cara doc Dearborn. Hagrid Alpheus dos Gideon Pruitt?
Yeah, Molly Weasleys brothers. First of all, it took five Death Eaters,
including Kill him, brother.
So Molly wasn't in the order, but they were right. Or they have to believe that's because they've had young kids look after,
right? And I'm sure that her brothers were like, mom, like they were protecting them. Whereas now it's like Molly feels obligated to like they're the old you know, like they're Yeah, who are rounded who's left? So, okay, but I Yeah, but I don't know. If it like in the books, or later on that we're actually like, told that those two were her brothers.
Oh, will they have to be? Because the Pruitt? I definitely. I definitely feel like we're told. I don't know where we're told. But they're definitely her brothers. I know this for a fact. Well, I know. I know. Like, I know that there are seven Weasley brothers. A lot of this episode is clearly just as going to be checking up on facts that we should already know. Because we are so prepared look, while mags is googling stuff. I'm gonna tell you a little story. So we before we started this episode, we recorded beyond space and time, a little what was supposed to be a little pride introduction, one of our episodes, which you'll have already heard two episodes back by the time this airs, but it was hosted. We were just supposed to be like a little two or three minute introduction thing. We took 11 minutes to just do that. That's that's the energy that we're meeting you with today. I'm not apologizing for it. Because clearly we can talk if we couldn't talk. There'd be no point in this podcast. Some of you might be thinking there is no point in this podcast. But we are here to prove you wrong. We are here to prove you we are living proof that this is a fallacious judgment. And here's why because mags is about to hit you with some common goodness go for it mags I believe
Okay, so one let's get started with the fact that Arthur calls Molly Molly wobbles. Yeah. Cute. Like the fact that that's the question like What is the name that you asked me to call you when we're alone together? Molly wobble it's just so cute and it's like you can see that like it's just your as far as people who you believe and you can see are truly in love you feel that from them? Yeah, you know, like even what does it Molly is like, Oh, they're so young. What are they doing getting married as in Fleur and Bill? Like didn't you get married? Like immediately out of school? Like yes well your father and I were made for each oh and proceeded to have you know have all their kids you know the kids and whatever and regardless of you know, their financial means and things like that you don't you don't necessarily see like like money is often like a really big stressor on relationships but you don't ever see them really being in any sort of like tension or fight aside from when Arthur wants to tell Harry about serious black like in the third. Yeah, you know, so it's like that's the first time because Molly just wants to protect him like he's gonna be terrified but he's like, he needs to know like at least the basics otherwise he's you know how the kids are. They're gonna go off into the forest. Yeah, not gonna listen to the rules like if he doesn't No, He's genuinely in danger. Like, he's just, you know, something could happen. And but yeah, I mean, they're just, they're just so like loving and it's Oh, it's just, it's so great. It's just I love them so much.
Yeah. And I would love to be in Molly's head, when she's thinking about how they're made for each other. Like, because we get this through Harry, who let's face it is oblivious to most human emotions until quite late on in the books. So you get the tender moment without any real qualification or explanation. And we have this thing of like, you know, when Molly wobbles is mentioned, there's a brief moment where Molly blushes and there's the you know, there's the nice interaction there. But I would love to know, how Molly see, because clearly, she still feels this way about their relationship and for that to have such a strong foundation. And was it forged? In the was it forged out of trauma? Did they grow together as people very quickly through school because of other stuff that was going on? Like, I really want to know, what was the first sort of tentative steps made in that relationship? I think she mentioned like, hiding from the gamekeeper at the time that
they would they would go on walks together, like after curfew and stuff like that. And, yeah, like, it's just, they, what did they get up to?
We, we, well, we don't know what they got up to, but we can make a pretty educated guess. I'm sure that there is fanfiction. That already will fill in those gaps. Yes, that because I like I just want to know, I want to, like that side of my curiosity, I think for any ship that I really feel passionately about, and I do feel about them, I want to know, like, the basis for it, because that's the start the springboard for everything else. Right? You know, and if, you know, something happened in their, you know, formative years, whatever it might be in the forest or behind the broom shed or you know, often the Quidditch pitch for no reason, you know, like I just I just want to know I
yeah, I feel like I feel so it could go a bunch of different ways like either a it's kind of like the Ron and Hermione story where like things are slow bill, but no one really acknowledges their feelings until you know closer on to the end, obviously, they reached a point where they were together and you know, went on walks and things like that, but I'd like to think that it was Molly who finally was like, like Arthur was oblivious, like he was oblivious, like either he couldn't imagine someone like Molly seeing him other than like, the weird Weasley like you he probably was a bit dorky in school, if you think about it, like the one student around all the because that's obviously was like, around the time that things were starting with the first war. And obviously the pure bloods had a very poor vocalized in what they thought and felt regarding Muggles. And he was just like, this random student that was probably obsessed with Muggle studies. So it's just you know, so that's, I just, I could see him being kind of Varane where you just someone needs to literally shake him and be like, Dude, she's so into it's ridiculous at him just being no really what like,
yeah, yeah, and Molly doing all the chasing and the relationship and maybe at some point getting wind that of the fact that he likes Muggle artifacts, and so randomly like giving him a shopping trolley at one point or something, or Muggle.
Listen Hogwarts. Like he just wakes up and
like people throw trolleys into rivers all the time. What if there's a shopping trolley at the bottom of the Black Lake Molly finds out about this she raises it from the depths of the lake you know, after she's prized it free of the squid obviously. And then as a final gesture of love, she climbs inside it and poses seductively
the face I'm making right now.
Yeah, you need to you need to now see, see makes his face she's like, why are you bringing this to me? Why do my ears even need to be assaulted by this absolute verbal garbage now? What are you doing?
It's definitely nowhere near anything my mind would have. As far as like, she finds out that he likes focal stuff. So it's not just like, oh Wi Fi. On this like cute little something. Probably. Oh, wow. Oh my goodness. How does that how does the Muggle trolley work in comparison to like the trolley on the Hogwarts Express? Oh, yeah, I mean,
good point. So, because it's not really, it doesn't really flow. It's definitely got wheels. Yeah, so I'm trying to think, how is it? How is it magically distinguished? Maybe it has compartments in the trolley that magically replenish the food, like or even
are like kind of bottomless. You know what I mean? Like with my knees bag or whatever, that are enchanted to just be bottomless, and
what is the undetectable extension charge?
Like, there's, there's a ton of students and then there's Harry, that's like, I'll take everything. And of course, she's just snickering to herself. Like, you can't have everything but I'll I'll make it look like you ever.
Yeah, but then also, he does end up with an awful lot of stuff. And in that scene in the film, I'm always like, there's an entire train of people to feed and that's not a huge trolley. Like, sorry, put some of that food back and think of other people's for once you selfish thought.
But he was no he never no one ever thought of him.
No excuse to be like, Okay, I'm gonna rub the joy of everyone else on this train just because I've never had the wizard food before. I mean, I'm sure there are other Muggle bones that were on that train for the first time that year. And that bloody trolley which has been really tight with this food imagine being at the end of the train, and you're just getting the crumbs left from the last
squished bucks the squished box of chocolate frog and like literally only Bertie Botts Every flavor every Flavor Beans because people have had it once and then never again sort of situation like it's literally just a bunch of burpee box Beans. Oh, wow.
Have you ever actually had the the packet of the Bertie Botts beans?
Yes multiple times.
Because their their experience. And the disgusting ones are actually really disgusting. Like they are. I don't particularly want to there's a grass flavored one. And it's really just like you're licking the bottom of a football boot. Which unless you're into that, yeah, you know.
Wow. Anyway, Arthur and Molly,
author and Molly and shopping trolleys and how are how are Muggle shopping trolleys different Well, this one is different because Molly's in it posing seductively for alpha at the side of the lake also trying to hide from other people, I assume. So trying to do it in a way that's like an obvious common but at the same time being sleuthing enough. She's like, Hmm, so yeah, maybe the trolley wouldn't work. Maybe it is just something like a milk bottle top or I don't know, like a corkscrew or something that she's found. And
I know, I still I yeah, I still am like some things. You're just like, oh, they have this. But it's still kind of like they use things in the magical world that are not necessarily magical that are definitely quote unquote, Muggle items, but it's still like, it's just I don't know, but it makes sense when it comes to like electricity and plugs and whatever random things are trying to figure that out versus just like, you know, do torches and just fire and candles and yeah, blah, blah, versus, you know, whatever. Nonsense, but, yeah,
yeah. Well, we have to believe that at some point anyway, I think Molly would have been furnishing him, playing him with Muggle artifacts that he could use to further his interest in the in the Muggle arts. But I really think like for them to be sort of married straight out of school, and then be having kids straight away. There has to have been a really deep, profound connection between them because not only did they have all these kids, we know they're still together after all this time. There has to be substance there. And I don't know. Like how do you imagine that started? Do you think it was like a whirlwind romance that became something else? Or do you think it was like slow burning feelings that blossomed over time?
I mean, I just I just, I see it potentially having moved too slowly. But I feel like as soon as Molly realized that she liked Arthur, you know, as more than just, you know, whatever that she, like, turn up The heat as far as like, I'm gonna make this boy you know, mind sort of thing like she's, she gets stuff done like she's not going to like beat around the bush and and waste time especially with someone who's you know oblivious to the feelings or things like that and I'm not sure what the age differences between her and her brothers as far as like whether they were at school like, you know, around the same time. Yeah, I think they think that were they younger than her or older.
I think they were a few years older I'm prepared to be absolutely wrong about that. But I think that there was a I think there were a few years older. Because I think she mentioned is them being her older brothers, but again,
because it could be something where she, the reason why they would meet and go for walks like, you know, outside of school versus just hanging out in the common room or something like that. Like, what if her brothers were super protective of her and didn't want her dating any? Yeah. And so then they're literally secretly dating and so that was kind of like a, you know, it's like, you see that where people like kind of will spike to get together with somebody or like, yeah, they got out of school. They're like, where, you know, they eloped. Let's just say that they elope to like they just went got married and then they're just like, tada.
Well, I so I love the fact that Julie Walters plays Molly Weasley because she is also in Mamma Mia. And there's a bit in Mamma Mia where she's like dancing on top of a table singing like take a chance on me. And I absolutely see her doing something similar like by the lake or in the forest like just singing to after being like, take a chance. I like I cannot get that mental image out of my head. But like
I that is perfect. That is perfection. Yeah, like her climbing up trees and scaling the castle and he's trying to get away from her and then it just Oh, that is amazing. I need that I need I need oh my gosh, that's so so great. So
big fan of musical inspired fanfiction, especially where the authors do The brilliant thing of transposing lyrics into the middle of Fick burst into song for no reason. I love I love it not being announced. And you get so far into the thick of like, okay, this is a musical Fick literally, spontaneously burst into song. I feel like it will be on brand for her. I think she's impish. She's really charming. She's got the charisma, you know, she can dance. Like I like Plus, she's committed. Like she said her own words were we were made for each other. So as soon as she twigs she's gonna throw herself into this
white F because Okay, so we can we can see and assume that pretty much all of the you know, the only time Ron isn't quote unquote, very, like, gifted as far as spellwork is like the second book when literally as a broken wand, like he can't do anything because he has broken wand but all of the Weasley children are like actually pretty exceptional with magic like you look at the twins with their doing the joke shop bill being a you know, a curse breaker, Charlie working with dragons, which obviously needs powerful magic. Jenny has been, you know, said to be very, very, you know, good with charms and even defensive against the dark arts and things like that. So, obviously, it you know, can come back to like, what if, like, Molly is actually like, really, you know, gifted as far as magically and that could be part of why she's so against the twins like using that power for something that she seems as silly and dangerous and you know, whatever. But so of course, I got this when I was like, okay, yeah, she's singing Take a chance to Arthur and she just has like, the like the the first like unpatented like actual like Weasleys like wildfire whiz bang. Actually, she didn't realize that she had Whoa, and then the what if what if she had some wild, like designs of things that she was exploring in school, and then the twins found them? She's like, embarrassed or like mad or whatever. And it's just like, I mean, hey, what did I just because I could see that being because you think about like parents who either they tried, let's say they had a dream, and it didn't go where they wanted it to and it really like was a disappointment and probably really negatively affected them. And then where they could have had a connection and mutual ground with a child because they're just as much into that thing because they were hurt by it in the past. They're automatically against it because they don't want their child to fail or be through that as well. Like maybe she was really into joke stuff. Like what you know what if she loved going to zanco shows and all those goofy things and then national her and stupid and then her an Arthur would like would she he would he knew that she liked joke stuff. And he and she knew he liked Muggle stuff. So he would teach her Muggle magic tricks. And they would just go back and forth with all these goofy things and
how I am officially in love with this idea. Absolutely, by that, and she has to have been, you know, really prodigious Lee magically talented, and an explorer and an innovator in that way. Because it isn't just Fred and George, it's a journey to it's that that whole family has a lineage of, let's say, Cool disinclination to follow the rules, except Percy. And we've already we've already sort of kind of established why Percy is different, you know, and why he isn't and why he belongs firmly in the Weasley clan eventually, but by and large there is this strain through every single one of the Weasleys that we know about. That is just too in love with the Mischeif so she has to have been that as well. And I now I love I especially love this idea of Arthur teaching her Muggle magic tricks. And you know, like, like that trick with the cups where you have to find the thing hidden underneath or like rudimentary card tricks. And she is like building on this and being like, okay, yeah, but what if we like added exploding snap into the mix and then all of a sudden you know, you get these rudimentary
Oh, what about this because of course, like, as we know, as an adult, so he must as a kid also be kind of like, like, he's, like I had said early on, like, he's still not super knowledgeable regarding Muggle stuff, regardless of his obsession with it. Like maybe because like, he was trying to impress her by doing like, Muggle magic. Different. And then he was doing it poorly, like, like the whole like, like pick, you know, pick a card and she picks a card and he's like, is this your card and it's not so then she just like, snaps her finger behind her back, and it turns into the card and then he's like, Oh my gosh, wow. Like she does it so that he's validated and think, Oh, do these Muggle tricks even though she's like doing magic to make it seem like he's doing it?
I love that. Yeah. Big on brand energy for Molly. I think she she definitely suits the sort of centralized matriarch figure in the household and of course, to position herself as that she means to have a sort of commanding presence in Arthur's life not not controlling or domineering but she needs to position him to feel good about himself so that he's feeling good about you know, having kids and starting a family and the way to do that is by building up your confidence so I can absolutely see that she would she would be that way and I am I'm just living for these these slapstick comedy moments now by the lake or the forest or wherever it happens to be in hugs bead you know, in the back of the hugs had somewhere and like other fools shaking his head at them just being like Oh no, what are they gonna get up to today? I just I love all of that silly stuff that we don't get a chance to explore by the time that older but used to be like this would be great pillow talk for Arthur and Molly as well as to be like, you know that often evening they're in bed together. You just be like, hey, TJ remember the time we nearly burned down the hugs. Yeah. I love this idea. Clearly, we're just writing more fanfiction on the fly. But I feel like we do this whenever we get invested in a ship. So it's a good sign that it's happening.
I want the Hogwarts like talent show. Like if they had like a Yeah, yeah. And that was actually part of it, like Molly's there to support her boyfriend and he's like trying to do Muggle magic and it's like going really poorly. So she's just has her wand like, between, like underneath the you know, blocked from the seat in front of her just like flicking and making sure everything turns out. What if he actually wanted to try sighing? Oh, no. He just pulls and Molly's just horrified she's just like, Oh no, not gonna go
to she Just like her skills in muddy wizardry, or whatever it happens to be, just be like, on the sly murmuring incantations to be like, please don't actually cause students off please don't
write, like making the song like actually kind of like, just go through it. It's like it's no longer it's no longer solid, but you can still see it, but it just like fine. What? Yeah, wow.
I'm definitely now that you bring up the talent show, I remember a fanfic. Remember a ministry mayhem that we all wrote. And it was around about the time of was around about the time of loosely where everybody was in a band together. So in this band, where Molly and Arthur and Lucy us and our sister were lyrics.
We have Okay, so maybe we'll see if I get permission, which I don't see. Why would it? But um, yeah, we wrote this ridiculous song. And feed decided to like put music to it and saying it. So we have that clip somewhere. So I hope that I can literally add this now. So hopefully, that's the thing because it was the most ridiculous it was it was very, it was very naughty.
I think there were there was reference to tight robes and man globes. I think that was a rhyme of mine. Because I knew how to rhyme but I was like, oh, what rhymes with robes? And you know, you're on a time limits. You're just like, I want these lyrics to be really good and memorable. And, but like, this would be perfect. Yeah, perfect for the talent show.
Okay, I just woke up. And this melody is still in flux. So, but anyway, I copied out all the lyrics. And for the for the song Yesterday, in our ridiculous mayhem of madness. And this is what I got. I've never met a wizard quite like you. The bulge in my pants is quite new. If only you knew this kuch throbs against my thigh. We could maybe Trev is when I'm in metode ropes you spot my man globes, and it feels weird. Feels so good. When I swing my hips, I will see chips, like a wizard, lover? Sure. Anyway, that's all I got. I love you guys. Thank you for indulging my nonsense.
So you know, what if they were all in the band together, because we've established as well, that they were all sort of at Hogwarts around about the same time?
Yeah, like it was like Narcissa might have been like, really like at the beginning as the as the two Weasleys were leaving, because it was what was it? Lucius technically was like, third year when Arthur was seventh year or whatever, whatnot, but it was kind of like our headcanon of like, Oh, if they were around the same age, and they were, you know, in the same years or whatever, then of course, they're in a band together. And of course, the four of them are together.
Yes, yeah. Yes.
We did. And we started getting into nurses in Mali, which I definitely want to do an episode on to eventually. So that would just be so cute. I just I love that being the continuing story of like, okay, this is why Arthur and Lucius are meant to be together. And then this is why it's okay, because Molly and Narcissa end up together and it's just Yeah, wonderful.
Yeah. I love the I love the idea of so there's a moment and I think it's Goblet of Fire, where she's listening to the wireless to the visiting wireless network. And there's this psalm of Salah Steena Warbucks comes on the cauldron full of heart strong love. I love the idea of Mali listening to that and being that being the trigger for her for like a a NASA so love story. Oh, and that you know, triggering an entire reminiscence that then but you know I'm going off into territory for another episode. Right me. Let's let's for now talk about why Molly and Arthur work. But yeah, the magic tricks would be good for the talent show the band would be good for the talent show. Um, I just think that there isn't much they couldn't do. I could even see them like trying to do some sort of weird ventriloquist dummy act. And like because because you know, we haven't seen a lot of ventriloquism in Harry Potter fanfiction are
put on literally like the Muppets, like they literally have like Muppets puppets, and yeah. Arthur and Molly are behind Harry Potter Puppet Pals.
Oh, my mind is blown. Like, this just got meta? No, if you could have seen my face in that moment. She's like, Oh, no. Oh, is that like brain coming out of my ears? What is happening? Anyway, they we've established that they are really clever. And there's not much that they couldn't do if they didn't want to put their minds to it. But I have to believe that a lot of their efforts were sort of extra curricular. I don't see either of them being particularly bookish or book smart, or totally focused on their studies. And I think this is perhaps why Molly later on to Fred and George is like, Oh my God, you need to concentrate your ows. Because you know, that thing parents do where or I should say parents can do because, well, my parents don't listen to the parent, I think, but in the off chance that they ever would. I don't mean to.
I love you, you're perfect parent.
Yes, you never done anything sauce. And I love you very much. But also, also, sometimes parents can do that thing where if they feel they've made a misstep they can be they can just intend to course correct with their kids. And where Molly is like, oh, you should focus on your studies, you should be doing your ows don't waste time with all of this weird, you know, stuff that you've got going on. Because who has time for all of this dangerous stuff, weighing you know, you could be getting respectable jobs and doing well for yourself and all this. And I think it's because she knows that there's that innate part of herself. That is like that just wants to have fun. You know, why wouldn't that be that if so many of her children are also inherently that
right? And that's why she latches on so much to Percy because he's the opposite. Like she didn't have to work at it. Like she just like, Percy is everything I should have been in school, you know what I mean? Like he's so about his studies. He's prefect head boy. And you know, I mean, not that the you know, like Bill was had boy and obviously the older students, you know, but still Charlie did his own thing. Like he didn't even finish school was just like, Oh, I'm gonna go work with dragons or whatever and did things unconventionally, but I feel like that's not you know, that's not an unexpected thing for Weasleys to, you know, have done done some done other you know what I mean? Like, Yeah, different. So, it's, uh, yeah, I could see her being that self. Like you had said, like, she looks at Percy as like, wow, I'm actually going to have a kid that's going to do things the way I wish I should have handled things and is going to, you know, make things happen for themselves. And, and it also could be something where she has like, as much as she loves Arthur as much as she loves her family. Like, she wouldn't wish their lifestyle upon her kids. You know what I mean? Yeah, no, she's accepted as hers and theirs, and they do what they can for them. But it's like for her to see her children succeed in something and I think that she she saw they'll succeed. Obviously, Charlie is succeeding in what he's doing. Percy is on the path to obviously great success and aspirations. And then she looks at the joke shop idea as Matt's gonna go nowhere. You're not gonna have any money. Like, you're gonna, you know, like, I want more for you. Like, I want more for you. Even though I didn't get more like she's still she's accepted that that's where her life is. Because she loves Arthur and loves the family. And but there's always going to be that part of everyone that wishes things were a little different. Like she can't like Yeah, and if she were to say, like, I love her life, just the way it is. It's like, you're still taking your kids shopping, and you can only get them secondhand stuff. And you can see how people look at them and treat them like that's gonna, that's gonna affect a mother extremely, like that's just, that's going to be something that she has to carry. So just like I want your future to be better. And I think a lot of parents are that way regardless of reasons why, you know? Yeah, like choices or Just stood you know, kids being different in whatever ways like they don't want their kids lives to be harder than they need to be. And so then they push all these things on you know, when When she just obviously needed to sit back and like, they're passionate, they're driven, they're talented, like, obviously then they become super successful, like they're looking at a second, you know, opening up a second store or like buying Zhan codes and all that stuff. And so but I, she just she just wants what's best for everybody. And that can be good. And that can be bad.
Yeah, exactly. And I think it's heightened as well, by sort of skirted over by serious at one point when he's talking about the black tapestry. But though, there's that chapter where he and Harry are sort of examining it, and, you know, looking at all of the burn holes that his mother has put into it, and he says something about, oh, the Weasleys were blasted off here long ago, because they're all you'd never find a bigger bunch of blood traitors or something like that. And so the, it's something that they both must have been really aware of, as well, Molly and Arthur, growing up and falling in love, because there must have been a lot of pure blood society that they would just cut off from, because they were because they made their feelings about muggles clear, or their feelings about how they wanted to live clear to these pure bloods around them. And I think, you know, that ostracization, that feeling of being over that that sort of creation of distance, is something that's very difficult for anybody to deal with. So if you can minimize that, or minimize the impact of that in your kids, or try and make it a little bit easier for them, than it was for you, I really empathize with with Molly trying to do that and trying to do the best by them. But I really feel like they're a lot of this is motivated by feeling cut off from a lot of what they would have been exposed to, especially as kids.
And it's okay, now, of course, I had brought up about her wanting, like, obviously, Arthur is passionate about his job, like he could have done something different, he probably could have found a job that made more money, but it's like, but that's what he wanted to do. Like he wanted to work in the misuse of Muggle artifacts. And like, that's just, but the money wasn't there. And he accepted that. So it's just it, it is an example of like, passions over, you know, successes and what is what does success mean, and all of that. So yeah, so I think that she, she loves her husband because of that, but also is scared for her children being that way as well, because of what that could mean for their futures. So
yeah, but I think it's really like the dynamism that Arthur presents about being energized about Muggle artifacts, and having time for the silliness and having time for having a joke with his kids and being very sort of laid back parentally in a way that is very sort of affectionate, to giving them space, that complements Molly's style quite well, because like you say, she couldn't be a bit of a helicopter parent, you know, she can be a little bit. I don't want to say dictatorial, but she, she likes things done a certain way, she has certain expectations. And for Arthur, to really get a sense that he is in this for the long term for Arthur to invest in this idea of a family and invest in this idea of a future with Molly, I think he has to, for himself, champion, that side of him that is silly, and that does put, like you say, put your passions ahead of your prospects, because I think he I think it's a side of alpha that's often underplayed, but a lot of what makes his character so redeemable and lovable and just, you know, recognizable to us, is that sort of goofy. You know, the, there's a, there's a part of him that I don't want to say, never grows up, but he's always in touch with that mischievous side of himself. And, and I just really feel like for Arthur, and from his perspective, like keeping with because, like you say, he could, you know, at some point, he could have gone off with Lucius, at some point, he could have had other relationships, but in the context of this discussion, and for the purposes of this episode, the reason he sticks it out, is because there's such an atmosphere that is conducive to making everybody in that family feel loved and valued for who they are. And that comes from that sense of, you're fueled by your passions, and not just by what you can do or what you can achieve. And that's so different for From other pure blood influences, like the way other families might put these pressures on their children, look at the way the Malfoy is out with Draco, look at the way there's so much pressure on him to constantly be the prodigal son. You know, it's I'm not, I'm not saying that there are no pressures in the Weasleys, of course, like you say, because of the fact that they're, you know, they struggle for money, there are, you know, economic pressures there, which you have all sorts of other social implications on, on what they do. But within their family, and as a family unit, they support each other and love each other and stick up for each other. And I think that is so if that is so fundamental to why we love the Weasleys as a group, is because that's what that symbolizes. And that's why Harry feels at home there as well, because it's a sort of unconditional love that he hasn't been privy to.
And what I love about that, like you saying that is like, if he were to go to a job that he hated, just for the sake of providing for family say, Yeah, like that, you know, regardless of like, oh, you go to work and leave it, but it's like, if you carry that coming home, like he could be a very, not as like happy and present and as much like fun of like, have a father or even a partner. If he was in something, most of his days that had a negative impact on him. So I feel like that made him a wonderful, wonderful father and a wonderful partner because he was had constant constant positive exposure, you know, which, which was great. And I was thinking about how like, okay, yes, they had a bunch of kids. So and they didn't stop until Jenny was born. And Jenny's the only girl. So my thought was that like, because as far as I know, it was Molly and then her twin brothers. Did she have any other siblings?
I don't think so. Again, I'm prepared to be wrong about this. Right?
Yeah, we don't. We're gonna go off of that. So obviously, Molly didn't have a sister. You know, we can assume Molly didn't have a sister. And so maybe she was really close with her mother. Like she had a really wonderful relationship with her mom. Yeah, there's so she had always wanted a girl like she just she wanted that same connection with her own daughter. So sure. And of course, like I could just see her being like, it's like, oh, it had Bill. Oh, had Charlie. Oh, had Percy. And it's like, Okay, the next one, then it's like, holy shit. It's twins. Like, and then there's ROM. And then finally, finally, they get you know, they get Jenny and that's when she was like, oh, like you you know that she that's what she was waiting for. Like, because there are Yes, like that. But it's just like, oh, I want to have that connection with like, with my family. It was two girls than a boy. And my dad was Garrett. Like when my mom said she was pregnant with my brother. They didn't they didn't find out. Like they didn't they it was definitely when he was born when all of us were born situation. And he was he was sure that it was gonna be another girl. Like he was so confident in that because he put us into all the quote unquote boy stuff. You know what I mean? Like, we played hockey, we played soccer. We played you know, softball, we did you know, we did all those things. Like, because that was him being like, Oh, I loved all those things. So I want to do that with my kids, regardless of you know, the gender and whatnot, even though I'm like, I'm not a competitive person in that way. So it was definitely more like negative, impactful on me than it was for like my sister who like, you know, she, she didn't, she did, she was a trooper and for her to follow as far as that, but then when my brother was born, it was like, Oh my gosh, like he had that you know, he had his son that he could connect with and do you know all of those things and whatnot. So you know, so I could see that like, even though it took a lot of children to get there like then she got her she got her daughter and she had always wanted that you know, and so then her and Jenny were always really you know, really close and and I and I love that for Molly to to have that.
What have we got a girl with waiting for? I was sitting on that the entire time you
you're waiting for me to stop talking like
it's just going round and round. Right? That's all happens in my head. Just musical bits and occasional thoughts. Yeah, yes. Yes. Would it be an episode of our podcast without a Disney reference?
I don't think so. Now
it's gonna, it's gonna happen.
No one has any Harry Potter slash Disney au crossover, so
feel free to rub Allah
I was about to take good tea and I'm, and I'm really glad.
But it's, let's let's make some little sip break. I just I'm not gonna say anything because I don't want tea to come out, you know? Can I just say that as somebody who, like drinks come out of my nose often because I laugh all the time and people. Anybody that knows me will wait until I've taken a sip of something before they try and make me laugh, which is very hard to do, because I'm an incredibly giddy sort of person. But can I just say that the worst drink ever to do that with isn't even tea even though that's not pleasant. The worst one is orange juice, because Oh, because that is stinging on the old nostrils. Can I just say, and I do not recommend that you try that at home. This is not me endorsing a nostril anima. I, I'm just saying that like, if you are like me, if you're a giggly person, or if you know giggly people, and you see that they're about to take a sip of something. Don't be don't make them lose their drink up the nose.
And another thing that's not great for choking slash through nose, a grapefruit flavored like sparkling water.
Oh, no. Oh, I'm the fizziness as well is and the ask, Oh, no. Oh,
that was so bad.
I bet on the plus side, I bet you're breathing after that was incredible. You're like, wow, and breathe in Collins I never knew existed. My lungs are so full. Anyway, I've taken us on a massive tangent, let's circle back to the pairing that we're here to talk about. I just so I feel like, what part of the reason they don't get talked about more is because they feel so comfortable together. And I feel like this is so true of a lot of canon pairings. Because like that, there's already stuff that we know why they work because we see their relationship play off each other as I think what I want to say, but what I'm what I'm excited about is something we haven't necessarily talked about yet is that they both have to be adventurous in the bedroom. Just gonna say it because they've had a lot of kids. They've had a lot of kids. And we know, especially from doing this podcast, and from our own experience that they like, having sex isn't like the only point and purpose of it is not to have kids. So they have to be enjoying each other's company in that context as well. And I want to know what your thoughts are about them in that context. Because why would know?
I am confidence. Arthur has a practicing. And when she got pregnant with the twins, and was like significantly larger, we couldn't handle this
sorry, I just said it's just it's just that's the thing that I believe 400%
What if they share a pregnancy kink? Because then that's
even Oh, yeah, that's
even more, I definitely think I don't think of either of them as being very dumb, or sub, I guess. But what if they're both sort of switchy? Like, I can I see that being really fun for them both as well. And, like, I love I love the idea that after so much time, and you know, spending all those years together, they're still so there's still such a chemistry between them. I mean, that which is obvious. Like, I just I think they have to be they just have to be enjoying each other's company a lot. And you know, I don't need to, like go into like, you know, what positions do you think would suit them? Because you know, I'm not about writing a personalized Weasley Kama Sutra for them. But let's just say I think that their experiences would have been extensive. Yeah. And I think they would have gone out of their way as well to find fun places to go to Yeah, to do that. Like, because they were meeting in, in secret in Hong Kong at least initially. So we know that that sort of meeting together to do stuff, whether it's at the top of the astronomy tower, which seems to be a popular place in thick, or wherever it happens to be, like, they're gonna want to continue that in that relationship after they leave Hogwarts. So I have to, I have to believe that when, after one of them or the other one passes their operation tests, they're like, you know, where is today's romantic date going to be? And then they're, you know, casually, you know, going to the top of a Ferris wheel that's broken down, or maybe they break it, they they like, break it down on purpose, so they can sit, stay at the top of the Ferris wheel and go, this will be a fun story to tell the kids Oh, yes, I can see you've consumed at the top of the world's biggest. Because we
I remember this coming up. It was it was a long time ago, one of my friends had shared with me because they're like, is this a thing. And even after we both did some, like extensive digging, we couldn't really find a basis off of it besides someone just wanting to make some sort of meme of sorts. And so it was like, I'll see if I can find the Reddit link, but it was like a Reddit meme. Like, I think either like Harry Potter read it or something like that. But it was like, it was a picture of what was it someone saying something and then someone like screaming and running away? So it was like J like, it was like J K? Like talking about how like Molly absolutely, you know, pegs Arthur, whatever. Like, and then it was like the fandom and then the fandom was running away or whatever. And of course, I was like, actually, that sounds really nice. I'm actually 100% behind this. So I'm gonna have to see if I find the link. And if I do, I will share that in the description. And if any of you know that there's actual real context behind that, that would be fantastic to know. Otherwise, I'm just glad it exists because I believe it 100% Like, that's
just, you know, so it's extra good because dildos can qualify as Muggle artifacts.
Oh my gosh, what if he went to a Muggle sex shop? And got like, literally just was like, just just didn't even know what she did, like, didn't even know what it was. And just went and bought a bunch of stuff and brought it home. And so part of like, his research and exploration was literally them, doing random things with all these things and figuring out how different stuff worked and the things they like, and so and maybe that's part of it, like like you said, kind of like a shared like pregnancy or even breeding King thing. Like, what if Molly feels the same thing? So the reason why she pegs Arthur is because it's like that, that background of like, oh, this is me breathing my husband. You know what I'm yeah.
Yes, yes. Yes. The two of them. Can you imagine the day that Arthur comes home and they both discover Viagra? Like?
Well, there has to be a spell. Imagine there's some sort of spell?
Yes. But like, imagine like, so if there's a spell, I imagine it happens more or less instantaneously. And then the effects are felt for as long as you are, you know, until you cast the, the, like the engagement spell or whatever it happens to be so, but with Viagra, there's a sort of a, it takes a while before it takes effect. So what if Arthur is like taking them and then going nothing's happening? Nothing's more. Yeah. Just like three days later, I mean, he still hasn't moved.
Finally, Molly's like, you have to go to st Mungo's, like, you have to go to st Mungo's and that's gonna be the most embarrassing thing to walk up and they're like, What? What are you You know, what floor are you looking for? It's like, well, I took some Muggle medication and yeah. Oh, wow.
I think some downers about my office. Yeah.
But I love that I love that combination of like, bringing in the Muggle stuff into into that I wonder if the kids go to like any sort of like, like summer camp, or stay with family at some point so that the parents can, like have time together or something like that, because it's not until obviously Jenny goes away that they're, you know, just them which imagine that imagine that day that it's like they send Jenny off on the train and even like the the older boys are gone and moved out. Everyone else is at school and they just go home and they're just like, Finally, and then it's all about them again. Like it's just like they just go crazy on you know, it's just that shows even after all this time, I still love you just as much and I still want you just as much and so I just think Yeah, really nice.
And also it has the potential to be really wholesome and healing. Because, you know, when when all of your kids are flown the nest that has to be pretty hard, especially when, you know, you've invested so much time and energy and so much of your mental energy has gone into, you know, making sure that okay, and, and those kids have been through a lot at school as well. So it's not just like random parent worries about you know, casual stuff that happens. I mean, there's actual, like mortal peril going on at school, and at work for Arthur. So Molly has a lot of reasons to be worried. So when she finally gets off to herself again, I can imagine it turning from this thing of like, Oh, my God, you know, what I? What do I do with myself now? Because I feel so like the nest feels so empty. And then Arthur's like, I can maybe think of a few ways to fill this time that might be more enjoyable. So I definitely and I love that it would be a chance for them to sort of reconnect rediscover themselves rediscover all these weird Muggle artifacts. Yeah. Can you imagine like Arthur trying to fiddle with all the batteries to make things work?
Oh, yeah. It's like he's like, has like a double A tried to put it in a AAA like slot. And he's like, but but there's batteries in it. And like, Harry opens it up. And it's like, a ton of watch batteries inside of it just like pouring spider stuff. Why isn't it working?
I love that he goes to hurry with stuff like this. Like, I'm imagining. So obviously, like when Harry's at his desk in the ministry or whatever. And Arthur just flew into his office, because they're just on first name basis terms. And he's just like, Harry, would you take a look at this for me? Like, what if it's like a double ended dildo or something that he's just stuffed a load of, like, open? And he's like, and Harry's just rolling his eyes like Arthur, what have I told you? Yeah, I've told you 1000 times do not manually try it in gorge batteries, it will not work. I just, but he's so cute. I just love the idea of them being really cute with each other even into like, old age. Because we've mentioned before, wizards live a very long time, yes, I can see them, you know, being together, excuse me, while I readjust my headphone that's about to fall out. There we go. I can see them being together for like, as long as they both live, which as we know, in wizarding terms, is a really big investment, you know, you don't know that you're going to love somebody for that stretch of time. But with them, I feel like they do. And that's one of the reasons I'll keep coming back to them as a ship. Because that level of constancy, that level of love that I'm sure ebbs and flows, and you know, everybody has bad days, but it's put those a solid foundation there. You know,
I Okay, so here's the thought. So, of course, I was thinking like, okay, so yeah, long spans of time, you know, so that's also a long window of being able to have kids potentially, like, depending on like, aging slower and things like that. So but what if one of the reasons why it's kind of common for people to like, get married and have kids early on, is so that, like, as their kids grow up and move on, they have a good amount of their prime time in life to just be together? You know what I mean? Yeah, like, they have their family really wholesome. Right? Like, it's like, they did the family thing. They have their family. And then now they can, like, you know, obviously, they're there to love and support their family, but their family is growing on and then now it's like, now we have, you know, like a potentially 100 to 150 years left for just us, you know what I mean? Like, that's, you know, so that's, yeah, that's one thing or like, obviously, you can wait till later on. Or like, what if Yeah, what if randomly, Arthur and Molly like, have a kid shortly after like Ron and Hermione or something, you know, it's like it would see wow, like Muggle terms. But as far as like, with wizard lifespans, like I don't see why they couldn't have kids, like, you know, later so yeah.
Right. And we know that that's a super environment to raise a child in generally, because it's been done. Like, I mean, yeah, okay. The Weasley kids aren't perfect, but whose kids are perfect, right, you know, that it's such a, it's just generally such a loving, nurturing environment and a playful environment. And I think getting to grow up in that and getting to like, for the from the child's perspective, that has to Be just really fun. Because I think like a lot of what we see in other wizarding families is this thing of like this the fight against rigid traditions and expected norms. And yeah, okay, Molly has a fixation with academic excellence, but that's, you know, peanuts compared to some of the other rigors that we see other kids being subjected to. And so I think, you know, getting to have that sense of personal freedom and room to explore is fantastic. Like, I think if the if there ever was a trans wizard in Cannon, Harry Potter, it would be great if it was if that was explored as part of the Weasley family in some fashion, because I really think that that sandbox is broader in the Weasley clan, that there is that room to self identify, to be yourself and to grow in into a sort of an evolved idea of who you are, through, you know, these stuffy traditions not mattering as much. And I just like I am I just keep being bowled over by how wholesome it is. And how it's kind of sad that that isn't more standard in wizarding families. That is the one thing I would sort of caveat that with. I wish we saw more more sort of inclusivity in that way. But I but I love seeing it in the Weasleys and I think it's really important that that that like arc because obviously they Molly and Arthur C it is really important to communicate that to their kids as well. And so scanning to see it evolve through people like Fred and George. Because that still live on Jimmy. And you know, Bill and Charlie and all the rest of the seven Weasley brothers.
Is Barney Weasley.
Yes. balmy, the seventh Weasley. Maybe I'm Weasley. slow on the uptake but cute. Anyway,
that was an idea. Wasn't it? Like? Yeah, the seventh week is like, yeah, we'd love to make that. I'm the seventh Weasley. Love it. Oh, man.
Just hold me balmy.
Oh, man. Well, wow, that was a man that went lots of places. That was so much fun.
It's always an adventure with you. But I really feel like these episodes, the more we do of them, the more roller coaster they become, because they go to places that even I wouldn't think of, and we've covered so much ground today. Like every time I say, You know what we seem to be you know, pushing the envelope more and more, but it's just because we're just excuse that, that motorbike. It's just because we're as passionate about this family, as Arthur and Molly are about
those. Yeah. Yeah, that was oh, hey, I eat well, we I'm sorry. I have like, have a bunch of thoughts like going and crossed crossing? In my head. Yeah. Oh, because one thing that I wish I just kept kind of popping up. And I kept forgetting to mention that I thought was like, really beautiful symbolically, is like you can imagine like, when you when you are introduced to the borough, it looks like it's obviously held up by magic. Like, there's obviously added added rooms over time. Like, it's kind of a symbol for the growth of their relationship, because it's probably was just like a little cabin, you know, with just the two of them. And then as they had kids, they like, you know, they like started stacking them on. And so then it showed the growth of their, you know, their family and stuff together. And I just thought that that was really and it shows like, even if things are unconventional or a little wonky or or whatever it's like, are their love is holding it up? Like I don't know, whatever like.
Right, yeah. And it shows how they buy into unconventionality because it's called the burrow, which implies, you know, diving deeper into the earth. And yet as as time has gone on, it's gone further and further up. So they're aware of their own, like weird idiosyncrasies, and they embrace it. And it's that embracing it that I love, I just I love that for them. I love that for the whole family. It's why I keep coming back to them is that, you know, everybody has their foibles. But really, if you're going to be stuck with a wizarding fan Believe for the rest of eternity. I wouldn't be mad if it was the Weasleys.
No, yeah, no, they're great. Love the Weasleys. All right. Well, I do you have any other thoughts? I think we've covered a lot.
No, no, not really. I mean, I have plenty of other thoughts. Nothing that's relevant.
Oh, man. Gosh, well, yeah. Well, that was so much fun. As far as like, we still don't know if I meant to say early on. If I was a little bit echoey it was because it's because my office is literally empty. There's nothing in it to like, block. Echo NIS. Because we're, I think I mentioned before, like, we're in the process of renovating the house. So we need to get out of the house. So I don't know when you know, we'll be recording again. So this potentially could be one that we released. And it might be a little bit afterwards. So we'll let you know. We'll obviously put updates out there as far as how things are going to be moving forward. Because I don't know. And we were supposed to be out May 1, and we're still not out and spin the whole thing.
So So we mentioned rubbing the lamp earlier. mags is coming to you today from that room in the Cave of Wonders. Empty of everything except the lamp.
Yes, exactly. That's just
so so yeah, if, if the sound is a little bit weird today, that will be why but we hope anyway, that normal service. Well, I say normal service. Whenever normal. Like you'll still get Rick wickedly, wacky thoughts all the time. They just might be coming to you from different exotic locations. You know,
exactly. So like, always, thank you so much for listening. Send us you know, whatever your thoughts regarding these to like, what you think especially back from when they were younger, do you think that they did Muggle you know, magic tricks together? Or what are some of Arthur's favorite magic tricks? What did Molly invent that then the twins reappropriated. Like that's, you know, that's what I want to know. So, yeah, so this is a lot of fun.
Yeah, we will see you. I'm not gonna say next week. I always say next week. You point out when at the very least we're bi? Weekly. Yeah. Yeah. Well, we'll see you in the next one, which will be soon so look out for that. And love you all, a lot. A lot.
Till next time, bye.
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