Nothing gets us in the mood more and all backed up than meditating after Elizabeth Swann gives you the runaround. Join us for this episode of the Black Pearl Show as we tackle minutes 104 and 105 of Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man’s Chest. In this show we announce the winner of the 2nd Annual Listeners’ Appreciation Contest, give a few excuses as to why the show was delayed, compare Facebook audience sizes between Star Wars and Pirates of the Caribbean, take a voyage of discovery regarding Pirates of the Caribbean fan films, discuss a disgruntled James Norrington stealing the scene, a list of our favorite things spanning music, cinematography, Captain Jack Sparrow’s Peter Pan pose, and scenes, identify a couple of missed filmmaking opportunities, use Pintel and Ragetti to learn about modern circus origins and history, go behind the scenes on Isla Cruces and the real location of Exuma, Bahamas, dive into Exuma and Bahama pirate history spanning Calico Jack Rackham, Blackbeard, Mary Reed, Anne Bonny, and Captain Kidd, the ties to the American Revolutionary War with John Rolle, the lore of feral pigs on Pig Beach, David Copperfield’s janitorial island macaws, and listener comments on why they like Pirates of the Caribbean films and rides.
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