The time has come to do something stupid so thanks for joining for minute 72 of The Curse of the Black Pearl. In this episode of Pirates of the Caribbean Minute, we answer Captain Jack Sparrow’s rhetorical question about Will’s lack of trust, wonder if Jack should have divulged more information to Will Turner as being the former Captain of the Black Pearl, examine Barbossa’s Aztez knapped, fire opal ceremonial knife, breakdown what Barbossa means by eating a bushel of apples, and highlight a film cliché. Plus, it’s Monday so we present our latest addition to the Pirate Word of the Week segment.
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