Disney’s upcoming strange world – Released November 23, 2022 – Promises an exciting and rewarding family dynamic, One To Many Harry Potter Fans may find something reminiscent of another charming and dysfunctional family on screen: the Weasleys.
While the Weasleys are remembered as a loving and noble family that greatly supported Harry, they also had many nuances within themselves that largely defined who they were as a group. From rips on siblings to different parenting styles, the Weasleys can be summed up by their many funny quotes throughout the series.
Fred, George Weasley, Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince
Fred and George are notorious for being clowns both inside and outside of their family, and this aspect of their personalities remains intact even after their successful business endeavors.
Their relationship with Ron, in particular, is constantly shown to be an endless teasing affair. When Ron suggested that he should get an opponent like their brother Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Princethe twins raise the price for him, summing up hilariously and subtlety the constant mockery inherent in all Weasleys, but especially the Twins.
“Sorry Pierce, how are the cauldron bottoms going?”
Bill Weasley Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire
Fans who have never read the books have never seen how charming and wonderful Bill Weasley’s character is since he and Charlie were almost completely removed from the movie series.
While Bell may have been the less messy brother of Weasley, he was also known to be a rebel and indulge in some pretty harmless monkey business, as evidenced by this quote from and the goblet of fire. Not only does this line prove that even the smartest and oldest of the Weasleys have a bit of a mischief to them, but it also shows that every one of them considers Percy too much.
“Well, I wish I didn’t put bars on your window!”
Molly Weasley, Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets
There are many unpopular opinions about Molly Weasley among fans, along with criticisms of her hypocrisy when it comes to parenting and nepotism. Most of a mother’s love is manifested in the form of yelling at her children, as in this funny quote from Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets.
Her quick transformation from the way she yells at Ron to the way she greets Harry neatly sums up the unequal treatment some family members are given while also reflecting Weasley’s ability to reconcile different situations and feelings simultaneously.
“The elf murmured, but I didn’t say where.”
Ginny Weasley, Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince
While Ginny of the Films has much less importance and character on screen, its written counterpart is one of the Weasleys’ best and most interesting, as proven by the many memes that epitomize Ginny’s character.
Many of her best quotes have been omitted from the movies, and many of them have proven to be as quick-witted, assertive, and playful as her siblings, like when she jokes about the tattoos she’s told people about, which made her laugh so hard. From Harry and Hermione. With this quote, Jenny not only appears as Weasley through and through, but also proves how comfortable the siblings are with each other.
“Even if you don’t let Harry use Fellytune.”
Arthur Weasley, Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix
Arthur Weasley’s love for Muggles and Muggle devices is shown throughout the series, along with his lack of knowledge of both, as shown in this book quote from Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix.
In addition to showing Arthur’s inaccuracy, this quote also highlights how the Weasleys have used comedic relief during their most dangerous times since he said it while threatening the Dursleys alongside Mad-Eye Moody. The fun line also neatly summarizes how the Weasleys all care about and defend Harry, a brand quality that makes them all so beloved by the fan base.
“You’re in love, Ron.”
Ginny Weasley, Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire
While and the goblet of fire He leaves many things from the books that can still capture the intimacy between members of the Weasley family through Quidditch World Cup scenes.
The couple might constantly argue and quarrel, but at the end of the day, they’re still incredibly close to each other and would do anything for their family members – even Percy. That closeness and sense of belonging they all feel is perfectly embodied in this hilarious quote from Jenny as she gently teases Ron for his love for Victor Krum, while the others laugh adding to the warm and innate affection for the Weasleys.
“For Humongous Bighead.”
Fred, George Weasley, Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban
Percy Weasley is undoubtedly Weasley’s lesser known brother Harry PotterWith his stern and ambitious personality, he isolates him from his other siblings when she sets him up against Harry.
Despite this, he is still an integral and lovable part of their unit, with his siblings constantly mocking at the same time serving modesty and including such a quote from Book Two. While Fred and George – along with everyone else – enjoy panicking their nervous brother, Percy’s constant mockery reminds fans that the Weasleys love every member of their family, no matter how different they are or how they come from.
“How did it go—I mean, that was so wrong guys!”
Arthur Weasley, Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets
Unlike Molly, Arthur takes a more lenient approach when it comes to scolding his children, no matter how serious or silly their actions, which is why they do so well as a couple and as parents.
This is best shown in his reaction to hearing that his sons stole their magical car to free Harry; While Molly is angry, Arthur is initially curious and encourages their adventure before picking up what Molly wants him to say. This quote includes Molly and Arthur’s very distinct personalities and approaches, while also showing how well the Weasleys complement each other and how they work as a team (led by Molly).
“I’m like first year Frankie!”
Ron Weasley, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows
The Weasleys’ recurring trademark is the size of their family, something that is brought up frequently throughout the entire series.
In the last movie, when Harry, Ron, and Hermione return to Hogwarts, Ginny has none but Harry, much to the chagrin of Ron, who hasn’t seen her in six months. This line (along with Seamus’ reminder that Jenny has plenty of brothers) once again defines the size of the Weasley family, while Ron’s jealousy shows how Jenny is cherished a little more than others as the younger member and only sister of the group.
George Weasley, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows
Harry and Ginny might not have as much of a sophisticated relationship in the movies, but they were still given some sweet moments as a teen couple.
Of course, one of these situations instantly becomes awkward when George gets into kissing Deathly Hallows. The quote is not only funny thanks to its great delivery and timing, but also because it showcases Ginny’s life surrounded by older siblings and once again demonstrates how close and comfortable the Weasleys are with each other, enough to make their siblings’ most awkward moments all the more frightening.
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