That’s a Man, Baby! (Dead Man’s Chest Minute 41)

Dead Man's Chest Dead Men Tell No Tales Season 2

It’s a dodgy episode bustling with euphemisms, the politically incorrect topic of cannibal gender misidentification, and the penetration of tropical fruits. Join us for minute 41 of Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man’s Chest as we discuss the mysterious appearance of fire on Captain Jack Sparrow’s rope, the final production draft of the script in regards to the Cannibal Boy’s reaction and confusion to Jack escaping, and the inclusion of the Cannibal Women scene, Terry Rossio releasing a copy of the script to the public to thwart people selling unauthorized copies on eBay, the actress who portrayed the Tall Cannibal Woman (Natsuko Ohama) and the Large Cannibal Woman (Josie Dapar), the proper occasions to go bold and wear a rib cage hat, a few shout outs to underwater shots and music score, Heather’s growing and unhealthy obsession with Marty, and we end with the bi-weekly segment Really Bad Eggs, highlighting our favorite lines from the last two weeks.

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