Hell, hath no furry like a woman and a prison dog scorned. Join us and the pirate fugitives Pintel and Ragetti for minute 31 of Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man’s Chest. In this episode we wrap up the Elizabeth Swann and Lord Cutler Beckett letters of marque negotiation complete with a disgusted, evil eye from Miss Swann and a cresting smirk from the world-domineering Beckett, discuss the inadvertent evolution of Terry Rossio and Ted Elliott’s intention for the compass and used as a plot point between the first two Pirates of the Caribbean films, tinker bell lens flare inspiration and potential sign of divine intervention, The Escape of Pintel and Ragetti in the expanded universe, the appearance of the Bible, and the ever fascinating topic of antique paper and vellum.
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