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Guy Fieri at Hogwarts: A College Humor Satire (Video)

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Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part Two broke box-office records this part weekend, grossing about 100 gazillion dollars. The bad news is that we said goodbye to Harry Potter forever. The good news is that Guy Fieri has taken Harry's place at Hogwarts.

What? Guy Fieri? The crazy-haired, tattooed host of Diners, Drive-Ins, and Dives? Well, yes... sort of. You see, the guys at Collegehumor.com did an amazing satire of what it would be like if Fieri took his Food Network show to Hogwarts. In it, he learns potion making from Severus Snape, and what results is pure magic. And remember... as Guy says, "If it ain't magic, it's tragic." Enjoy after the jump.

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