It’s a first for this bloody episode as we confront an anonymous dirty, filthy bilge rat for a lack of pirate love. After we gather our composure, we tackle minute 80 of Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man’s Chest with a bit of frustration. Join us as we discuss listener feedback, Gore Verbinski’s choice for direction and music in this particular scene, Elizabeth Swann and Captain Jack Sparrow continue to be out of character while discussing how to save William Turner by finding the chest of Davy Jones, James Norrington as the drunk and honest voice of reason, Scott gives a list of a his favorite thinks in this minute of Dead Man’s Chest, ask the question if Elizabeth Swann could really pretend to want the chest of Davy Jones more than simply saving Will Turner, and highlight the upcoming Northern California Pirate Festival (NorCal Pirate Festival).
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