Actually, this episode hits a slippery slope as it slowly devolves into a bit of schoolyard name calling. Yet, up until that point we attempt to keep on point while discussing minute 81 of Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man’s Chest. Join us as we celebrate the return of Captain Jack Sparrow’s swashbuckler personality, give a shout out to supportive listeners and the Northern California Pirate Festival, talk Dead Man’s Chest music track #1 – Jack Sparrow by Hans Zimmer, discover the traditional pirate welcome of giving goats to new crew members, the role reversal between former Commodore James Norrington and Pintel, define justice thanks to a conversation between Mercer and Governor Swann, and check out the artwork in Lord Cutler Beckett’s office, including the Portrait of King George II by Sir Godfrey Kneller.
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