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Attractive blonde Rita Skeeter, forty-three, who's savage quill has punctured many inflated reputations - "Lovely," said Rita Skeeter, yet again, and she ripped the top piece of parchment off, crumpled it up, and stuffed it into her handbag. Now she leaned toward Harry and said, "So, Harry... what made you decide to enter the Triwizard Tournament?"
"Well, that's lucky," said Ron. Hagrid missed the sarcasm.
But to get him killed?
"Good one," said Ron, copying it down. "Because of... erm. . . Mercury. Why don't you get stabbed in the back by someone you thought was a friend?"
When he and Hermione arrived at Snape's dungeon after lunch, they found the Slytherins waiting outside, each and every one of them wearing a large badge on the front of his or her robes. For one wild moment Harry thought they were S.P.E.W. badges - then he saw that they all bore the same message, in luminous red letters that burnt brightly in the dimly lit underground passage:
Dumbledore remained standing, and a silence fell over the Great Hall.
"Just find him, all right?" Harry said, stroking her back as he carried her on his arm to one of the holes in the wall. "Before the dementors do."
"Hermione - open your ears," said Ron loudly. "They. Like. It. They like being enslaved!"
"He's going up to the castle with her!" said Hermione indignantly. "I thought he was waiting for us!"
"I think so," said Dumbledore, who was looking at Mr. Crouch with mild concern. "Are you sure you wouldn't like to stay at Hogwarts tonight, Barty?"
"Potter has another hour of Potions to complete," said Snape coldly. "He will come upstairs when this class is finished."
"Where've you been?" Harry said.
"You should've told us you'd entered!" bellowed Fred; he looked half annoyed, half deeply impressed.
She shot a very angry look at Professor Snape.
He could understand the Hufflepuffs' attitude, even if he didn't like it; they had their own champion to support. He expected nothing less than vicious insults from the Slytherins - he was highly unpopular there and always had been, because he had helped Gryffindor beat them so often, both at Quidditch and in the Inter-House Championship.,