In the jungle, the mighty jungle, Will Turner sleeps tonight; in the jungle, the quiet jungle the cannibals will eat tonight. Join us for this feisty, borderline politically-incorrect episode as we tackle minute 24 of Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man’s Chest. Today we discuss Will Turner narrowly avoiding becoming a movie cliché, Pelegosto Island, the cannibal Pelegostos, the true cannibal history surrounding Kalinago Nation (the caribs) and English and French settlers, the Settlers 101 Handbook on How to Conquer Native Peoples, Disney Pictures accused of racism by the National Garifuna Council, the reality of poison darts in the Caribbean and the use of the toxic manchineel tree or sandbox tree, actors portraying the cannibal Pelegostos, cinematography on Dominica, our favorite lines of the week in our Really Bad Eggs segment, and a host of movie references and many missed euphemisms.
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