In the minute 43 show of The Curse of the Black Pearl, we deliberate Commodore Norrington’s 18th century classist burn on Will Turner, an obvious predecessor to the Yo Mama genre of insults, Will’s need to channel George Costanza for a few snappy comebacks, the introduction of the uncharted and mysterious Isla de Muerta, Captain Jack Sparrow and the power of storytelling to earn his freedom, and a missing Fort Charles prison guard. Join us for this episode of Pirates of the Caribbean Minute.
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