Now, as Gibbs probably told you, my name is Captain Jack Sparrow, I’m a motivational speaker and I live in a cannibal village down by the river! Join us for minute 39 of Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man’s Chest as we drop a variety of pop culture references spanning Saturday Night Live and The Brady Bunch, discuss Jack being cooked on a spit and released from his human form, his ability to motivate and rally the troops, the plausibility of escaping from the spit by bouncing – leading to a future Facebook live reenactment video, the case of the disappearing ropes suspending the bone cages, and the symbolic meaning of colors to indigenous people.
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