The Curse of the Black Pearl Minute 130: Get Some Freaking Handrails

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It’s a fort jumping and cliff falling scalawag of a good time as we make a splash on this episode of Pirates of the Caribbean Minute. Join us for minute 130 of The Curse of the Black Pearl as we discuss a minute of nothing but Captain Jack Sparrow, Jack complimenting Will Turner’s hat and the deeper meanings behind this praise, Jack telling Elizabeth Swann that a relationship between them would have never worked and our guess that this spread like wildfire throughout Port Royal, Terry Rosio and Ted Elliott’s question about how far Elizabeth was willing to go with Jack while on Rumrunner’s Isle, Jack continuing to play both sides by patronizing Commodore Norrington, Jack falling from Fort Charles into the ocean, and Gillette completely underestimating Jack yet again.

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