It’s a rare episode where Scott not only makes a pronunciation correction but walks back a previous statement regarding damage to the Black Pearl and HMS Interceptor’s hulls. Join us for minute 88 of The Curse of the Black Pearl as we begin with Paul McCartney’s appearance in Dead Men Tell No Tales, and quickly move to the meat of the episode analyzing a battlefield bravery movie cliché, the romantic imagery of pirates, a snag in the Monkey Captain Hypothesis, a breakdown of the blunderbuss and powder magazine, and we scrutinize the cursed crew swinging aboard the Interceptor – presenting an account of the bloody reality of pirates boarding a ship. It’s an ear chopping episode on Pirates of the Caribbean Minute.
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