What in the holy fork! It’s eating time as Captain Jack Sparrow disappoints a hungry young cannibal and we get a heavy helping of the angry, hungry natives trope in classic Hollywood style. Join us for minute 40 of Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man’s Chest as we answer a previous question thanks to a listener, charming old Hollywood clichés, our thoughts on the bone cage from its use as a film gag, an unsurprising movie escape element, and the all too common occurrence of cage bars are too wide in movies. Plus, we roll into Joshamee Gibbs’ colloquialisms regarding “lift it like a lady’s skirt”, set decorations that are reminiscent of Mexico’s creepy Island of the Dolls and Blair Witch Project, behind the scenes with the Cannibal Boy and his confusion as to why Jack would want to escape, and the exciting and shocking history of the late to the table fork.
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