Everyone wants to enjoy a succulent Chinese meal with the personification of evil and cannibals wearing shoes. It’s business as usual on the Caribbean island of Pelegosto on minute 25 of Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man’s Chest. Join us for this episode where we discuss Will Turner stealing the scene from a painted Chief Jack Sparrow, compare the similarities between the structure and formula of Dead Man’s Chest and Curse of the Black Pearl, explore Jack Sparrow’s multiple introductions and the notion that Jack as Chief is a better character introduction than his coffin escape from the Turkish prison, the movie’s ability to inspire a scene in Thor Ragnarok, the origin of Jack Sparrow’s line “and then they made me their chief” from Curse of the Black Pearl, the intricate details of the Pelegostos’ village, history of the real Carib (Kalinago) indigenous people, the Christopher Columbus origin of Dominica, a shoe-based movie mistake, Pirate Word of the Week, and we announce a schedule change in which the show will be 3 days per week to eliminate a hiatus between seasons.
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