Nothing says pirate like a feast for a king prepared by an obvious cursed seadog MasterChef. It’s time for minute 114 of The Curse of the Black Pearl as we officially answer all the questions that have left you confused since the movie debuted in 2003. Join us for this episode of Pirates of the Caribbean Minute in which we discuss a new addition to the Pirates of the Caribbean attraction at Walt Disney World, hypothesize about the Black Pearl’s cook and the reason for his latest incredibly elaborate meal, create the definitive identification guide for the cursed crew’s fruit bowl, discover a possible musical reference to the original Pirates of the Caribbean ride at Disneyland, examine the symbolism of Elizabeth Swann’s encounter with Jack the monkey – her independence and strength, ask whether or not Mallot and Grapple are a movie pair, and debate about the use of mounted barrels behind the stairs leading to the brig.
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