How Harry Potter Should Have Ended

How Harry Potter Should Have Ended

Dumbledore: Welcome, everyone to Hogwarts School of Wizardry and Witchcraft, a place I assure you is safe for children,
and has absolutely no history that might threaten our entire existence. But there is a huge killer snake downstairs. And a giant, vicious three headed dog…
and a tree that can kill you… and man-sized spiders that can eat your face… and– McGonagall: Thank you, Professor
Dumbledore! That will be all. As he was saying, welcome to– Hermione: These candles are dripping wax everywhere! (indistinct screams) How Harry Potter Should Have Ended (door opens) That Time-Turner’s fantastic,
Hermione! You should keep it forever. Hermione: Alright. Harry: No, really! It’s too valuable!
You have to promise to keep it. Hermione: Okay! I promise! Harry: Hermione, something might
conveniently destroy all the Time-Turners, making that the last one!
You have to promise to keep it! Hermione: I promise I won’t get rid of it! Ron: What the bloody hell are you two talking about? (epic musical score) (energy colliding) Voldemort: I’m going to kill you, Harry Potter! I’m pointing my wand as hard as I can! Harry: What’s it going to take, Tom? You tried to kill me once as a baby and it didn’t work! Voldemort: I’m going to destroy you! Harry: We’ve been here, like,
four or five times already, and I just came back from the dead! Voldemort: Lalalala! Not listening! Too busy about to kill you! Harry: You are insane! And now
we’re about to kill your pet snake! Neville (slow motion): I’m awesome!!! Harry: It’s over! Voldemort: It’s never over! Avada Kedav–ugh! (vocalizing) Snape: Ugh. Muggle weapons. Harry: Professor Snape, you’re alive! Snape: Of course I’m alive, you twit! Harry: But how? You died right in front of us! Snape: Magic! Duh! I’m a potions master and a double agent. Obviously I had a backup plan. I’ve been drinking Honey Badger Anti-Venom ever since I started hanging around that ridiculous snake. Neville & Seamus: Whoa… Luna: Honey badger just takes what it wants. Snape: And I think we’ve already established that I can heal bleeding injuries. Now, Mr. Potter, if you will bring me your Invisiblity Cloak and Ms. Granger’s Time-Turner, there is one more thing I must do. (music) Hermione: Professor, you realize if you do this, you can’t come back. Snape: I am well aware of the risk and consequence, Ms. Granger. Ron: You’re gonna have to turn that thing at least 200,000 times, sir. Snape: Then you’d best not make
me lose count, eh, Mr. Weasley? Ron: No, sir. Harry: Good luck, sir. Snape: Goodbye, children. One…two…three… four…five…six… 262,029…262,030…262,031…got it! Got it! Riddle: I can make animals do what I want without training them. I can make bad things happen to people. If I want. I can– Snape: Avada Kedavra! (Riddle groans) Dumbledore: What the– Snape: Ha ha HA! Dumbledore: What is this? Snape: Take that, you Dark Lord! Ha ha HA! Dumbledore: Why would you DO that? Snape: Evidence…removal. (Snape pants) Dumbledore: Who are you? Snape: Oh…sorry about that…just, uh… saving your life…in the future. As well as…countless others. It’s a long story. (harmonious end music) Snape: No, I mean a REALLY LONG story. Like, so long, if we wrote it all down it would take at least seven books. Dumbledore: Or eight movies! (end music continues) Dumbledore: I’d like to introduce our new teacher for Defense Against the Dark Arts, Professor Gandalf. Gandalf: You…shall not…PASS! Dumbledore: Well, that’s a little harsh… classes haven’t even started yet. (music ends) Captioned by Evan Reynolds

100 thoughts on “How Harry Potter Should Have Ended

  1. If Snape can go back in time… then why he hadn't get to times of Grindenwald and killed him too, and then get Tom in the future?

  2. …According to the book it would be closer to 482,130 turns. It's one hour a turn, Voldemort was about 12 there, and then he was 65 when Chamber of Secrets occurred. 55÷4=13.75 55-13.75=41.25 55×41.25= 15056.25 15056.25+(13.75×366)=20088.75 20088.75×24=482,130

  3. I remember stumbling across this so many years ago
    I just remembered this recently, mainly for that I am awesome parts!

  4. Your versions are better than the originals. Hollywood should be sending you guys the movie before releasing it. Are you doing a spoof on "Once upon a time in Hollywood " ?



    like it did for me!!


    Dumbledore:Well that's a little harsh,classes haven't even started yet.

    for anyone who doesn't get it for some reason, Dumbledore says that because Gandalf says the thing and dumbledore thinks its about grades

  7. I came here after finally watching Harry Potter. Was anyone else disappointed by the ending of it? It didn't feel epic enough.

  8. Did the math. Since Voldemorts in his seventies and the time turner goes back 1 hour per turn, it would take 613,200 turns to go back that far.
    If Snape turned it once per second, without needing to sleep or eat, it would still take him a week to turn it that many times.

  9. I am a little disappointed when she said theses candles are dripping wax and I am like this is Hogwarts you don’t think they have the planed for the candles

  10. This can not happen. If you remember, in the prisoner of Askaban, Rowling makes it clear that everything happens in one single timeline. It means that you can not go back in time and kill Tom when he was kid cause, Voldy of the future already exists and has already become the dark lord. It also violates the rules and limitations of the magic set by JK. "Magic cant bring back the dead people." Also, the candle doesn't drip wax everywhere. Rowling did mention that.
    -There is logic in the magic.-JK
    The Gandalf part was amazing though. 😀

  11. What if Snape’s attack had backfired because of Dumbledore’s love for Tom (or whatever of magicalities), and Tom had become the boy who lived, and Snape had lost everything and with nothing to live for, other than to complete his mission, he would keep haunting Tom, while regaining strength and corporeal form, awaiting the next opportunity to strike. But how would this turn of events affect young Tom? Would he have greater respect and admiration for Dumbledore, the man who gave his life for him, and therefore want to honour his memory, the idealized version of Dumbledore, the way Tom would know him through stories told by the teachers who held him in high regard? Or would he see the sacrifice as weak, and be pushed even faster towards the dark by having to deal with being hunted by Snape?

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