Hoist that Jolly Roger for minute 83 of The Curse of the Black Pearl. On this episode of Pirates of the Caribbean Minute, Scott tries to convince himself he’s not a robot, we accidentally imagine Will Turner in his underwear and as a Ralph Lauren cologne advertisement, jump into the symbolism of raising the skull and cross bones and its emblematic link between the first Pirates of the Caribbean film and the upcoming Dead Men Tell No Tales, highlight a classic Captain Blood and Errol Flynn reference, talk about 18th century pirate ship pursuits, add more evidence to the Monkey Captain Hypothesis, discuss brigs, prison ships and the origin of the term, and question whether or not the Black Pearl would actually have a brig or jail on board.
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