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Even though Harry does not actually slip Ron any of the Felix Felicis potion, the suggestion of luck ultimately proves just as powerful as the potion itself.This episode is an example of how the mind is more powerful than the body, a theme that emerges repeatedly in the Harry Potter series.Meanwhile Harry keeps trying to boost Ron’s Quidditch confidence before the match against Slytherin, but nothing seems to work.The night before the game, Harry has an idea about how to make Ron lucky.Ron insists that Hermione has no right to be angry with him, because she kissed Victor Krum.Meanwhile, Hermione warns Harry that lots of girls are planning on slipping him love potions.Just as Ron began a relationship with Lavender Brown to get back at Hermione for kissing Victor Krum, Hermione takes Cormac Mc Laggen, a boy she can barely stand to be around, to Slughorn’s party, simply because she knows it will upset Ron.Harry feels conflicted about the strange battle currently waging between his two best friends but is distracted by his own issues with Ginny Weasley.

Ron drinks the juice, and Hermione, assuming it was Felix Felicis that Harry slipped into Ron’s drink, admonishes Harry.On their way back from Quidditch practice, Harry and Ron run into Ginny and Dean Thomas kissing in the entranceway to the common room. Ron starts screaming at Ginny, and she erupts, accusing Ron of never having kissed a girl.Ginny reminds Ron how Harry kissed Cho Chang last year, and how Hermione kissed Victor Krum the year before that. Later, Ron asks Harry if he really thinks Hermione kissed Victor Krum, but Harry changes the subject.Harry is worried about the way he is starting to feel about Ginny and tries to assure himself that he’s only being protective of his best friend’s sister.Ron is still angry the next day and ignores Hermione.

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