Don’t panic scalawags, you’re not stuck wandering the streets of some European red-light district – this is the Caribbean mate, and we’re preparing one hell of a pirate entrée. Join us for minute 34 of Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man’s Chest as we put a scrutinizing eye on the Pelegostos’ Umshoko language and measure it on a scale of realistic to absurdity, analyze the belief of gods in human form spanning Pirates of the Caribbean to religions of the world, get into the nitty gritty of the Pelegostos’ bone cages holding the remaining crew of the Black Pearl captive, take a technical look at how bones become stained with various colors, and step into Marty’s mind regarding who’s first on the Pelegostos’ menu.
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