Mind Your Bits (Dead Man’s Chest Minute 20)

Dead Man's Chest Episodes Season 2

It’s always a good idea to mind your bits when in Tortuga…and Vegas! Join us for minute 20 of Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man’s Chest as we kick things off with an appropriate and bloody Pirate Word of the Week. In this episode we discuss the destruction of the Turkish fishing vessel, Jack the Monkey saves Captain Jack Sparrow hypothesis, Governor Swann standing up for himself, exercising his power and wig, and his jail dog reference to Curse of the Black Pearl and Pirates of the Caribbean ride, an imprisoned Elizabeth Swann and her supernatural lighting, fog special effects, and ask the question who is more prejudice – Governor Swann or Will Turner – as Will plays the blacksmith card and Governor Swann’s telling silence.

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