Clueless Adults aka Why Minerva Mcgonagall is Da Best
We all know the stereotype: the clueless mom, the clueless dad, the clueless guardian, teacher, guidance counselor, king... The list goes on for a mile. They are adults who, for the good of the plot (and possibly comic relief), are pictured as clueless, walking cliches wearing fanny packs and golf hats. I hate that. Adults, parents, teachers are some of the most untapped sources in fiction. They have a chance to be so cool, so understanding, and so wise, yet too frequently I see them only included as a laughing stock.
That's why Minerva Mcgonagall really stands out to me.
She is everything that a good mentor should be. She was quirky, sweet, and motherly, but she wasn't afraid of anything, especially Dolores *shudder*, and she never hesitated to speak her mind.