After fanning away the unnatural fog from our minds, we manage to find time to hypothesize Captain Jack Sparrow’s attraction to Elizabeth Swann on today’s episode of Pirates of the Caribbean Minute. Join us for minute 124 of the Curse of the Black Pearl as we discuss Governor Swann’s stereotypical politician trope, thoroughly dissect the sexual tension between Will Turner and Elizabeth Swann and the fact that he drops the ball by not kissing her, wonder if Captain Jack Sparrow purposely interrupted their moment, discover the meaning behind the cinematographer’s use of reflections while filming Elizabeth, briefly uncover the origin of the word huzzah, debate the intricacies and workings of the Aztec curse after reviewing a deleted scene, and give props to Ted Elliott and Terry Rossio for abandoning the use of traditional screenwriting to complete each of the characters’ stories.
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