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The daily podcast in which Scott and Heather analyze, scrutinize and plunder the Pirates of the Caribbean movies one blimey minute at a time.

The daily podcast in which Scott and Heather analyze, scrutinize and plunder the Pirates of the Caribbean movies one blimey minute at a time.
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The daily podcast in which Scott and Heather analyze, scrutinize and plunder the Pirates of the Caribbean movies one blimey minute at a time.

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English


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Pirate Mosh Pit (Dead Man’s Chest Minute 44)

2/23/2018
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Yeah, it’s a heartwarming scene depicting a leisurely run on a secluded beach with a dog. It’s the perfect Caribbean getaway complete with an angry mob of cannibal natives. Join us for a bit of escapism as we dive into minute 44 of Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man’s Chest. In this episode we discuss the most iconic scene of the Pirates of the Caribbean franchise that’s spawned internet memes, compare the movie with the final production draft script, identify changes that occurred from the...

Duration:00:38:08

Parrot Epiphany (Dead Man’s Chest Minute 43)

2/21/2018
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It’s on the teeter of my tongue, an epiphany, a parrot epiphany that sheds a bit of light on Cotton’s parrot’s nature as a true member of the Motley Crew. Join us for minute 43 of Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man’s Chest as we compare the final production draft of the script to scenes in the movie, analyze the plausibility of Captain Jack Sparrow falling in the chasm and surviving thanks to an episode of Mythbusters, play a round of cannibal men are from Mars and cannibal women are from...

Duration:00:32:23

My Papaya is on Fire (Dead Man’s Chest Minute 42)

2/19/2018
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My papaya is on FIRE! Now let’s get that tropical fruit fight underway as we breakdown blimey minute 42 of Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man’s Chest. Join us for this episode as we correct a mistake from the previous episode, start the week off with Pirate Word of the Week, discuss the upgraded classic Hollywood pie fight cliché that makes an appearance as a fruit fight, scrutinize Captain Jack Sparrow flipping over the ravine - from behind the scenes to asking the question if this element...

Duration:00:44:21

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

2/16/2018
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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...

Duration:00:35:05

What the Fork! (Dead Man’s Chest Minute 40)

2/14/2018
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What in the holy fork! It’s eating time as Captain Jack Sparrow disappoints a hungry young cannibal and we get a heavy helping of the angry, hungry natives trope in classic Hollywood style. Join us for minute 40 of Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man’s Chest as we answer a previous question thanks to a listener, charming old Hollywood clichés, our thoughts on the bone cage from its use as a film gag, an unsurprising movie escape element, and the all too common occurrence of cage bars are...

Duration:00:29:24

Living in a Van… (Dead Man’s Chest Minute 39)

2/12/2018
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Now, as Gibbs probably told you, my name is Captain Jack Sparrow, I’m a motivational speaker and I live in a cannibal village down by the river! Join us for minute 39 of Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man’s Chest as we drop a variety of pop culture references spanning Saturday Night Live and The Brady Bunch, discuss Jack being cooked on a spit and released from his human form, his ability to motivate and rally the troops, the plausibility of escaping from the spit by bouncing – leading to...

Duration:00:29:39

Never Let Go of Your Vine (Dead Man’s Chest Minute 38)

2/9/2018
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Disney takes theme park rides to a whole new dimension when Leech and his fellow bone cage mates plummet to their deaths – it’s the only practical way to end a waltz. Join us for minute 38 of Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man’s Chest as we discuss Terry Rossio and Ted Elliott’s intention to make Leech more meaningful to the audience by giving the character lines usually attributed to Joshamee Gibbs, the look of shock on the Native Bridge Guard and Motley crew’s faces as Leech and his cage...

Duration:00:23:52

Just a Dangler (Dead Man’s Chest Minute 37)

2/7/2018
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Like most of our episodes this one is just a dangler…a bone cage dangler with one hell of a white knuckler suspension rope bridge. Join us for minute 37 of Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man’s Chest as we discuss simple rope bridges in history and of the cannibal Pelegostos, marvel at Will Turner’s uncannily white puffy shirt, try to figure out the logistics of the Pelegostos’ bone cages, get a brief introduction on the Native Bridge Guard (Alex Cong), explore the backstabbing nature of...

Duration:00:27:42

Spam, Burning Rage and Dirty Dancing (Dead Man’s Chest Minute 36)

2/5/2018
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The only way to properly prepare world domination and Captain Jack Sparrow is with a dash of paprika. Join us for minute 36 of Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man’s Chest as we explore East India Company symbolism including themes of domination and a shrinking world, progress through the G, PG, and PG-13 ratings of Captain Jack Sparrow’s “Oh, bugger” comment and the medieval, bloody, and religious origin of the word spanning Bulgarian heretics, a French king and the not so innocent Pope...

Duration:00:32:08

Hut of Horrors (Dead Man’s Chest Minute 35)

2/2/2018
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There’s always a creepy reminder of the nature of life and death when you are rummaging around a cannibal hut of horrors. Join us for minute 35 of Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man’s Chest as we carve up the details in the cannibal hut, explore the exciting and romantic history of Blue Willow fine China and their presence in poems, television shows, movies and the theater, breakdown the multifaceted aspects of antique silver tea pots, explore the symbolism of skulls over doorways...

Duration:00:31:54

Want More Wood (Dead Man’s Chest Minute 34)

1/31/2018
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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...

Duration:00:24:57

Toe Meat, It’s What’s for Dinner (Dead Man’s Chest Minute 33)

1/29/2018
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Surely those drums are an indication that the natives are restless, are about to form an angry mob, or simply want you to meet their volcano god. It’s all about classic Hollywood and stereotypical tropes in this episode covering minute 33 of Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man’s Chest. Join us as we discuss Captain Jack Sparrow dabbling in a wee bit of cannibalism as he continues to play the part of the Pelegostos’ Chief, Joshamee Gibbs identified as Mr. Exposition and the character who...

Duration:00:30:49

Butterfly Effect (Dead Man’s Chest Minute 32)

1/26/2018
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Lost without answers is the theme of this episode as Heather drops a classic Seinfeld reference and inadvertently invents the 18th century’s first adult film. Join us for minute 32 of Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man’s Chest as we wonder why Pintel and Ragetti are supposedly and specifically looking for the Black Pearl, examine the clothes of the recently escaped Pintel and Ragetti as compared to the Zizzle comic and the official film script, address the symbolism of salvaging the ship...

Duration:00:40:44

The Wrath Has Come (Dead Man’s Chest Minute 31)

1/24/2018
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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...

Duration:00:33:34

She Needs Pirate Action (Dead Man’s Chest Minute 30)

1/22/2018
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Rain on your wedding day is nothing compared to disrupting a soon-to-be bride’s wedding night. Get this woman some pirate action, immediately! Join us for minute 30 of Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man’s Chest as we discuss the mother of all bombs – tragic love, one-sided love, and misdirection. In this episode we tackle Cutler Beckett’s response to Elizabeth Swann after she say’s he disrupted her wedding night (a marriage interrupted or fate intervenes), take another look at the...

Duration:00:30:56

Stay Out of My Box (Dead Man’s Chest Minute 29)

1/19/2018
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You know you’ve overstepped your bounds when you go digging around Lord Cutler Beckett’s box. Let the euphemisms fly as we discuss minute 29 of Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man’s Chest. Join us for the latest episode as we discuss Beckett’s growing frustration with everyone wrongly assuming what he desires, the meaning of “currency is the currency of the realm” and the growing trend of replacing old school loyalty (a loyal servant of the British crown), Elizabeth Swann as the main pirate...

Duration:00:30:59

The Magic Carriage Ride (Dead Man’s Chest Minute 28)

1/18/2018
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A magic carriage ride and a coat of drably colors are the only elements you need to pull off one hell of a prison escape. Join us for minute 28 of Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man’s Chest as we discuss Governor Swann’s attempt to smuggle Elizabeth Swann out of Port Royal – letting her know there’s nothing left for her here, Governor Swann’s new outfit perfect for blending into the night, a bit of 18th century stocking history, a failed attempt to identify some town signs, a brief...

Duration:00:29:04

Heaving Parallels (Dead Man’s Chest Minute 27)

1/17/2018
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We can’t keep our eyes off those heaving parallels and ample misdirections as we tackle minute 27 of Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man’s Chest. Join us for this episode where Heather can’t avoid mentioning the supple euphemisms and we explore the connections between Will Turner’s actions on Pelegosto Island and Elizabeth Swann’s concerns while in the Fort Charles jail on Port Royal, Governor Swann breaking Elizabeth out of jail and his ultimate reasons for doing so, the theme of lost...

Duration:00:25:47

Don’t Eyeball My Compass (Dead Man’s Chest Minute 26)

1/16/2018
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It’s never polite to point out the eunuch or stare at a man’s compass, but hey, this is Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man’s Chest. Join us for the latest episode where we discuss Captain Jack Sparrow’s fascination with eunuchs, a bit of eunuch history, we revisit the Lord Cutler Beckett castration conspiracy theory, wonder if Jack’s reaction to Will Turner is about the compass or Elizabeth Swann facing the gallows, the fact that Jack cannot escape without help, the two scary cannibals as...

Duration:00:30:15

A Succulent Chinese Meal (Dead Man’s Chest Minute 25)

1/15/2018
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Everyone wants to enjoy a succulent Chinese meal with the personification of evil and cannibals wearing shoes. It’s business as usual on the Caribbean island of Pelegosto on minute 25 of Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man’s Chest. Join us for this episode where we discuss Will Turner stealing the scene from a painted Chief Jack Sparrow, compare the similarities between the structure and formula of Dead Man’s Chest and Curse of the Black Pearl, explore Jack Sparrow’s multiple introductions...

Duration:00:35:33

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