We celebrate 4th of July in all its independence glory as we let loose the euphemisms and attempt to cut through the sexual tension with a…cutlass. Join us as we breakdown minute 92 of Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man’s Chest by discussing Disney’s ability to craft dialog that flies over the kids’ heads while keeping adults entertained, Captain Jack Sparrow questioning Elizabeth Swann’s moral compass and calling her a pirate without honor, Norrington beginning to plot his return to a respectable status, acting and character chemistry, Scott’s ranking of the scene’s euphemisms, revelations about Captain Jack Sparrow and Elizabeth Swann from the Pirates of the Caribbean script.
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