In true pirate fashion, we plunder more Indiana Jones references and wonder if there is ever a scenario where a movie can have too many. Join us for minutes 118 and 119 of Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man’s Chest as solicit listeners to become our sugar parents, discuss Disney nostalgia and influence on culture, Norrington officially becomes a pirate, repeating clichés and Indiana Jones references, a comparison on all Indiana Jones movie tropes found in the Pirates of the Caribbean franchise, and Captain Jack Sparrow getting revenge on Will Turner. Additionally, we talk sugar sand, Flying Dutchman crewmembers Old Haddy, Wheelback, Finnegan, Palifico, and round things out with dangerous fire coral and the always fun nematocysts.
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