Lost without answers is the theme of this episode as Heather drops a classic Seinfeld reference and inadvertently invents the 18th century’s first adult film. Join us for minute 32 of Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man’s Chest as we wonder why Pintel and Ragetti are supposedly and specifically looking for the Black Pearl, examine the clothes of the recently escaped Pintel and Ragetti as compared to the Zizzle comic and the official film script, address the symbolism of salvaging the ship and their souls, get an introduction to stuntmen and stunt doubles Jack West and Marc Schaffer, go behind the scenes with the Prison Dog and the animal actor Chopper, briefly revisit the carriage ride scene, and walk a very thin line regarding the term mongrel.
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