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Review:Glisten says:
I love the way you went into Draco's mind for a moment when he first saw the television! You described it really well and if I had never seen a tele before I'd probably be thinking the same things.

I love the way that Mr. Granger tried to make him feel welcome by introducing him to football! So nice of him. And, of course, Mrs. Granger for cooking the meal. If their goal was to show Malfoy that muggles can be good they seem to be succeeding!

Hermione and Draco can't avoid eachother forever. Sure, they have short conversations and stuff but eventually they're going to have to start talking more. Hopefully that happens in the next chapter or the one after that.

Of course the dentist parents would restrict sugar from their household! I wonder how Draco is going to hold up, haha. Maybe he'll be sent something at some point kind of like when the Dursleys were on their diet thing and Harry got sweets.

Hopefully a kneazle or crup can turn up that way we can see their reaction to Draco. I feel like Hermione is kind of relying on this to see whether she herself should trust Malfoy at all and if he passes the test she might loosen up a bit around him. I guess I'll have to keep reading and see!

I really liked this chapter. It was definitely an important one since Draco is realizing that muggles are not rude and unintelligent beings like he once thought they were. Great job!

Author's Response: Thank you! The boring things of muggledom can be fascinating from a magical standpoint!

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