Grab your beer and hot dog fingers because it’s time we tackle Will Turner’s emotional baggage. Join us as we loot minute 74 of Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man’s Chest by kicking things off with a risqué recap of the previous minute, discuss Will Turner’s abandonment issues towards Bootstrap, review Bootstrap’s evolution from dad to pirate to crewman on the Flying Dutchman, explore crewman Palifico portrayed by Winston Ellis, describe the ornately detailed Flying Dutchman created by Rick Heinrichs, dive into history with the inspiration for the Flying Dutchman – the 17th century Swedish warship known as Vasa, the most powerful ship in the world that sank on its maiden voyage in 1628, and Captain Obvious rounds out the show regarding safety standards in the 1600s.
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