The next morning as Harry is sitting with his friends at breakfast, Ron receives something called a Howler in the mail. Mrs. Weasley's angry voice fills the Great Hall as she yells at him for taking the car. McGonagall comes by with course schedules, and Harry discovers he has Herbology with Prof. Sprout first. During Herbology, Lockhart pulls Harry out and gives Harry a lecture on fame, insinuating that Harry arrived in the car in order to get attention. During Sprout's mandrake lesson, a boy named Justin introduces himself to Harry and his friends. He shares that he's a fan of Lockharts. In the afternoon, Harry meets his own fan, a young boy named Colin Creevey who is enamored with Harry. Draco Malfoy overhears and begins his relentless teasing, but Lockhart enters the scene and comments on Harry's fame again. Later, in Lockhart's class, he gives the students a test on his books. Hermione gets everything correct, even the questions about Lockhart's favorite color and his ideal birthday present. Then Lockhart teaches a lesson on pixies, and Lockhart can't even manage his own lesson. The class ends with Harry and Ron criticizing Lockhart's teaching, and Hermione standing up for him.