A riddle from the middle ages, the Jimmy leg, octopus slime, and blatant safety violations means the math simply doesn’t add up. Join us for minute 66 of Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man’s Chest as we drop the latest Pirate Word of the Week and discuss lackluster CG Flying Dutchman crewmembers, disappearing black spots, pufferfish Koleniko and actor Clive Ashborn, crewman Jimmy Legs and actor Christopher Adamson, the possible reasons why the East India Company’s math doesn’t add up for the Edinburgh Trader, a bit of cinematography and Lord Cutler Beckett, and a fascinating historical tale of the quill pen as seen on Captain Bellamy’s desk.
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