Dolores Umbridge: Your previous instruction in this subject has been disturbingly uneven. But you will be pleased to know from now on, you will be following a carefully structured, Ministry-approved course of defensive magic. Yes? Hermione Granger: There's nothing in here about using defensive spells. Dolores Umbridge: Using spells? Ha ha! Well I can't imagine why you would need to use spells in my classroom. Ron Weasley: We're not gonna use magic? Dolores Umbridge: You will be learning about defensive spells in a secure, risk-free way. Harry Potter: Well, what use is that? If we're gonna be attacked it won't be risk-free. Dolores Umbridge: Students will raise their hands when they speak in my class. [pauses] Dolores Umbridge: It is the view of the Ministry that a theoretical knowledge will be sufficient to get you through your examinations, which after all, is what school is all about. Harry Potter: And how is theory supposed to prepare us for what's out there? Dolores Umbridge: There is nothing out there, dear! Who do you imagine would want to attack children like yourself? Harry Potter: I don't know, maybe, Lord Voldemort!