Thank the Aztec gods that we have returned to form and just in time to begin dissecting the final bits of the movie on this episode of Pirates of the Caribbean Minute. Join us for minute 127 of The Curse of the Black Pearl as we talk Elizabeth Swann’s heaving bosom, debate if Captain Jack Sparrow is a murder or guilty of manslaughter as part of our running hypothesis that he does not kill anyone, identify the film’s executioner, discuss the incredible history behind executions, congratulate the writers for establishing precedent pertaining to Elizabeth’s corset that prevents her from breathing and Will Turner’s ability to throw swords, analyze the white horse banner and it’s relation to the history of Kent, and examine Will professing his love for Elizabeth and the failure to receive and “I love you” return.
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