The only way to properly prepare world domination and Captain Jack Sparrow is with a dash of paprika. Join us for minute 36 of Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man’s Chest as we explore East India Company symbolism including themes of domination and a shrinking world, progress through the G, PG, and PG-13 ratings of Captain Jack Sparrow’s “Oh, bugger” comment and the medieval, bloody, and religious origin of the word spanning Bulgarian heretics, a French king and the not so innocent Pope Innocent III, talk a dash about paprika, and share our thoughts on the Hans Zimmer score by discussing “The Waltz” – also known as dirty dancing in the 18th century.
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