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What are some of your favourite scenes from Goblet of Fire?

For some reason I really liked the scene where they were in the Defense Against the Dark Arts classroom, being taught by Moody (Barty Crouch Jr.). Seeing the dragon in the first task was pretty awesome too. And of course, the Yule Ball scene where Hermione is coming down the staircase was really memorable for me. The sleeves on that dress are just everything!

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Probably the part while Harry spits out his water by accident while looking at Cho Chang. :default_rofl:

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