It’s an episode created in a galaxy far, far away as we tackle minute 65 of The Curse of the Black Pearl. It’s time to talk Captain Jack Sparrow’s unyielding desire for the Black Pearl, a cursed pirate ancient Aztec sacrificial ceremony that precedes a trip to Isla de Muerta and sparks latent Star Wars The Phantom Menace frustration that’s been simmering for decades, production crew and art that is full of detail, and a brand new fan theory regarding the dual Neptune sculpture on the Black Pearl’s stern. Join us for Pirates of the Caribbean Minute.
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