If you don’t listen to this episode I’ll have your guts for garters, you filthy bilge rats! It’s a hell of an explosive minute on The Curse of the Black Pearl as we discuss the mockery and symbolism of naming Captain Hector Barbossa’s monkey after Captain Jack Sparrow, and its underlying reference to the pivotal literary and cinematic classic Treasure Island. We then pay our respects to black powder and flintlock pistols, leave realism behind when we scrutinize Elizabeth Swann’s ability to easily escape from being tied to the Black Pearl’s mast, look fondly on Pintel’s character development with the word and pet peeve of parley, and end the week with our Really Bad Eggs segment discussing our favorite lines from the week including the history of the phrase guts for garters. Join us on Pirate of the Caribbean Minute!
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