Pirates Marrying Mum and Dad


Pirates

Imi and Finn get their mum and dad sailing on the high seas to their pirate-themed big day. But when mum and dad are captured by evil pirates, can Imi and Finn rescue them?


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This is Marrying Mum And Dad.

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Where the kids take charge of organising their parents' wedding.

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BOTH SCREAM

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-That means you're in charge.

-BOTH:

-Yay.

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You can do whatever you want.

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Check this out!

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Mum and Dad have no idea what you're planning.

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Parachuting!

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You've only got a few weeks to do it all.

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Helicopter time.

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Are you ready for it? Whoo!

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We've got a DeLorean.

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-Are your parents ready for it?

-ALL CHEER

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Pretty scary.

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Will the day be filled with chaos...

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..or confetti?

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On today's show, we've got two wedding planners hoping to

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create a big day that's simply arrrrr-some!

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That's so cool.

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But could their surprises be too much for Mum and Dad?

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You just can't avoid the fear escalating

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and it really is escalating.

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Will the big day run aground...

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Evil Pirate Ed, let our parents go.

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..or make a splash never to be forgotten?

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We're about to find out...

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MUFFLED: ..because we're Marrying Mum And Dad.

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This is Marrying Mum And Dad.

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Where kids get to organise their parents' wedding.

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-That's right, they're in control.

-Mum and Dad won't know a thing.

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Apart from the fact that they're getting married.

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Yeah, but nothing else until their big day.

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Come what may in a matter of weeks,

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their parents are going to be walking down the aisle.

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Today, we're on the Isle of Wight where two planners

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are plotting to make Mum and Dad walk the wedding plank.

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Meet Imogen and Finbar.

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My name's Immy, I like singing, dancing and swimming.

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Hi, I'm Finbar, I like scooting, swimming and football.

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The rest of the family are made

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up of Mum Ginny, Dad Danny and Danny's son Rafferty.

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Dad says jokes but he thinks they're funny and they're not

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so he laughs and you're just like...

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IMOGEN FAKES LAUGHING

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-Mum overreacts on some things and...

-She can be a bit crazy.

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A joker and a worrier.

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How do they feel about handing over

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control of their big day to Immy and Fin?

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Scary, knowing that Imogen and Finbar have lots of secrets.

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Terrifying.

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They have no qualms about, certainly,

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making me look really daft so that worries me a bit.

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That much.

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You're right to be worried, Dad.

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The couple have been together for 23 years

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but have never found the right moment to get married.

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There were lots of times that we could have but moving,

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children, you know, jobs, all that type of thing, there was

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always a reason not to whereas now feels like the right time.

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We're glad you think that, Dad, because now Immy and Fin are in

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control and they're not exactly fans of a traditional wedding.

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Normal weddings are just boring and plain and nothing for the kids.

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We want ours to stand out so you go to it

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and you remember it for, like, ever.

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This sounds like our sort of wedding, Ed.

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Let's hope so, Naomi.

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-It's about time we got this wedding started.

-Absolutely.

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Immy and Fin have got less than two weeks to get everything booked.

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They've got to decide on a theme, venue, outfit, transport,

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entertainment, cake.

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-Shall I go on?

-Oh, yeah, there's no time to waste.

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-Ed, come on!

-Oh, coming.

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There's not long to go until the wedding so Mum and Dad need to

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jump out of the way and hand over control to Immy and Fin - and fast!

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Ladies and gentlemen, we are

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gathered here today to mix things up a bit.

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Do you, Mum, allow your children to completely

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-and utterly organise a wedding day you will never forget?

-I do.

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And do you, Dad,

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accept that you will have absolutely no say in what goes on?

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-Yep. OK, yeah.

-Oh, he doesn't seem very sure about it, does he?

-No.

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So Immy and Fin, with the joining of hands, I now pronounce you,

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officially, 100% in charge.

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ALL CHEER

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'Immy and Fin are in charge.

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'And with Mum and Dad out of the way, they can't wait to tell us

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'their big idea for the wedding.' OK.

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First question and it's the important one -

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what's the theme of this wedding going to be?

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-BOTH:

-Pirates.

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-Pirates, yes.

-Ohhh, great one.

-Why have you chosen that theme?

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-Cos we're on an island and it's surrounded by sea.

-Good idea.

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How's your pirate laugh?

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-Ha-har.

-Ha-harrr.

-Ha-ha-harrr.

-Arrrr.

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Well done, you salty seadogs.

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-I think you've got yourselves a good theme there.

-Arrrr!

-Arrrr!

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That's our theme sorted, it's time to set sail on the good ship

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Marrying Mum and Dad for the ultimate pirate wedding.

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Immy and Fin have their theme but with just a few weeks

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before we weigh anchor on the big day,

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we need some inspiration of the swashbuckling sort.

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-Ar-har-har.

-Arrr.

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We know you've chosen a pirate-themed

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wedding for your mum and dad

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so I thought we better get our pirate thinking hats on

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and come up with some pirate ideas

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and where better to do that than on a pirate crazy golf course?!

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-What do you think of this?!

-It's arrr-right.

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Hang on Immy, Ed does the bad jokes around here.

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Thanks for that, Naomi.

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Coming from the Isle of Wight,

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itself once a happy hunting ground for smugglers,

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there should be plenty around to inspire Immy and Fin's pirate plans.

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These bad buccaneers were outlaws with a language of their own.

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Money was called "pieces of eight"

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and their rivals were known as "scurvy sea dogs".

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It all adds up to whole chestfuls of wedding planning treasure

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for the kids to dig up.

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'So will it be plain sailing for our pirate planners

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'or do they have some unexpected twists in mind?'

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So where do you think a pirate wedding should take place?

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-On a ship.

-On a pirate ship. Or maybe on a fort.

-A fort?

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Are there a lot of forts on the Isle of Wight?

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-I think there's quite a lot, like five, I think, or less.

-Yeah.

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'With the idea to hold their pirate wedding

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'at one of the Isle of Wight's sea forts,

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'Immy and Fin have teed off their plans to perfection...'

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ED CHEERS

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'..but what sort of transport will Mum and Dad need on the big day?'

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How are they going to get there?

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Em, well, if it was on a fort, they could have a pirate ship.

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Pirate ship?

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This is quite ambitious, isn't it?

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'A ship for Mum and Dad's transport is another hole-in-one.'

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-Yes!

-Oh, lovely stuff.

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'But what else will the kids need to pull off their pirate party?'

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And what's everybody going to be wearing at this wedding?

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I just want Mum to have a flowy dress which kind of flows down

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but it'll still have the corsety back and the long,

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-puffy sleeves like a pirate.

-And Dad could be the Royal Navy, sort of.

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Cos, like, the pirates and Royal Navy weren't...

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-So he's not a pirate?

-Yeah.

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'Hang on. If Dad isn't a pirate on the big day, who is?'

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-And then me?

-Blackbeard.

-Blackbeard.

-Yeah, you can be Blackbeard.

-OK.

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-What would Naomi look like?

-She could be...a parrot.

-A parrot.

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-Please dress Naomi up as a parrot.

-Yeah, parrot.

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'Naomi as a parrot? This I have got to see.'

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-Three!

-Three as well!

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'It's full speed ahead for Mum and Dad's pirate wedding.

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'Arrrrr!'

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That means I'm the winner!

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-Yes!

-No.

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'Immy and Fin have got plenty of ideas for the big day -

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'now they need to start turning them into reality.'

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'For their transport,

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'they want Mum and Dad to set sail on the high seas

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'aboard their very own pirate ship.

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'There's just one problem with that, though.'

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Now, pirates like you see in the movies...were around about

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400 years ago...

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Here.

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..so their ships are either lying at the bottom of the sea, cos they were

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blown up in sea battles, or they're in museums or they've rotted away.

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-So a pirate ship is quite a hard thing to find.

-Yeah.

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But I was wondering if this might do the trick.

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SEA SHANTY MUSIC

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-Oh, I can see it.

-That's so cool.

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I really like it.

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-It's perfect.

-Prepare to be boarded!

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This is the front of the boat, guys.

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'Captain Alistair's boat is one of the world's smallest tall ships.

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'It definitely looks fit for a pirate but will it be big enough to

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'carry the family to Mum and Dad's wedding?'

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How many people can you fit on board then?

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We can take up to five passengers.

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There will be myself and there will be another crew member on board to

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help you but you'll be doing a lot of the sailing work yourself

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because I'm very lazy and I like to get my crew working hard.

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What do you think?

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-Cool, yeah.

-I like it.

-Do you think you can do the job?

-Yeah.

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'It sounds like we might have found our pirate ship

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'for the wedding day.'

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Do you fancy being pirates on your very own pirate

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-ship for your mum and dad's wedding?

-Yeah.

-Yeah.

-Yeah?

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-Does that mean we've got the transport sorted?

-Yeah.

-Yeah.

-A-har!

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Splice the mainbrace!

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Whatever that means, Ed, it sounds pretty good.

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Transport done and dusted.

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For the wedding entertainment,

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Immy and Fin have got classic pirate movie magic in mind.

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Cutlasses at the ready, this could get messy.

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Well, you guys want a bit of swashbuckling action at this wedding.

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-Yeah.

-Yeah.

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OK, well, we have lined up some people who might be able to

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help you with that.

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Have a look at this.

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'These guys are part of a performance group that

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'specialises in staging fight scenes.'

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'If the kids can bring this sort of action to the big day,

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'Mum and Dad might just think the wedding

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'has been invaded by real pirates.'

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-Something like that would be good on the wedding day?

-Yeah.

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So do you guys want to tell them what you have in mind for the wedding?

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It's going to be a big bit of grass.

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Yeah, and there will be, like, a mast of a ship and Mum

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and Dad would be tied around it...

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-Cool.

-..and you've got to be, like, protecting them so we can't free

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them but, in the end, we free them and we're the heroes of the day.

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-So you're the bad guys and these guys are the heroes?

-Yeah.

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All you've got to do is do that in one fluid movement...

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'Now that Immy and Fin have let everyone in on their plans,

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'it's over to the experts.

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'Led by Hollywood stunt pro Derek,

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'they show the kids a few swashbuckling movie moves.'

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Cos I'm always going to stop there so if you put your sword down,

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watch.

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So it's never going to go any further than that.

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'Derek has performed in over 100 films like the Harry Potter series

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'and the James Bond movies.

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'He even appeared in sword-wielding, Oscar-winner Gladiator

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'so he really knows his stuff.'

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-Oh, brilliant.

-One, two, you go duck!

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-Oh!

-So there. Now, bring it back over the top.

-Whoa!

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Whoa!

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'After learning some of the tricks of the trade, it's time for Immy

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'and Fin to rehearse the performance for the big day.'

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DRAMATIC MUSIC PLAYS

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-WOMAN:

-Help me! Help! Help us!

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You're a hero.

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STUNT MAN SCREAMS

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Whoa!

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Yeah!

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Happy?

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Do you know what? That is going to look awesome on the wedding day.

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Mum and Dad won't know what's hit them. Entertainment sorted.

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Next up, Immy and Fin are switching their attention

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to Mum and Dad's wedding cake.

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They've already got something in mind.

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Now they need to explain it to a cake-maker.

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-WOMAN ON PHONE:

-Do you have an idea of what you'd like

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the cake to look like?

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Well, we'd like quite a big, fancy pirate ship

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and around the ship cake would be, maybe, sea icing with two sharks,

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an octopus guarding and protecting a treasure chest with treasure in.

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'Great!'

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-ED:

-It's a pirate ship for the cake but for part two of the design,

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they'll need to roll up their own sleeves.

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OK, guys, let's talk cake. Tell me your thoughts.

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Well, on the cake, around it is a little treasure chest and

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we need some sweets and jewels to go in there to look like treasure.

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-Look what I've got here - treasure.

-Arrrr.

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You can make your own sweets here.

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You can choose the colour and the flavour. Have a sniff of that.

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-Mmm.

-Do you think that will do as buried treasure?

-Yeah.

-Yeah.

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'Handmade sweets for the treasure chest it is then.

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'It's lucky we're in a sweet factory. Time to call in the experts.'

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Hello, guys, welcome to the Sweet Factory.

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We've got some flavours and colours out here.

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If you don't mind us picking out some flavours.

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-Peach, cola, cherry and pineapple.

-FINBAR:

-Yeah.

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This is the most important decision of the wedding.

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Green and orange for cherry.

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Green and orange for cherry, OK.

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Then for pineapple, I think we should have pink and yellow.

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'Flavours and colours picked, it's time for Immy and Fin to stand back

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'and watch as their custom-designed sweets come to life.'

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-Oh, it smells good. I just got a waft of the sugar.

-Wow.

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Colour's gone in, flavour's gone in. Giving it all a stir.

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'With the mixtures made, it's time to combine the colours and flavours.'

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-What colours would you like to put together?

-Em, green and that.

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NAOMI: Oh, watch, there it is.

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One massive, long sweet.

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'The final job for Immy and Fin

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'is to break their recipe up into individual sweets.'

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We'll have to pick them all up afterwards.

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Have we got the sweets for the treasure chest sorted?

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-Yeah.

-Yes...we...have.

-I think we definitely have.

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'That's the sweets for the treasure chest taken care of.

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'Fingers crossed the cake-maker can pull off the rest

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'of the pirate ship wedding cake in time.'

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Immy and Fin are halfway through their plans

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for Mum and Dad's big day.

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So far, they've decided on pirates as the theme,

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they've lined up some swashbuckling entertainment

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and they've also found a boat to double as a pirate ship.

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It's a good job Mum and Dad don't have a clue what they're up to.

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-'Are you excited about the wedding?'

-I'm really nervous.

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-'Why are you nervous?'

-Cos you're in charge.

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'Yo ho ho - a landlubber like you is right to be nervous, Mum.

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'It's not long now until you walk the wedding plank.

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'Ha-harr!'

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'For the big day, Immy and Fin are determined to dress Mum and Dad

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'in genuine period pirate outfits.'

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Welcome to our wardrobe. Come in.

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'So we've come to a specialist costume hire shop

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'to see if they can find what they're looking for.'

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We're having a pirate-themed wedding and we'd like Mum to

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wear, like, a kind of flowy dress and then we'd like...

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Dad to be the old Royal Navy with the big hat going up sideways.

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-Well, we've certainly got plenty so come this way.

-Follow on.

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'This place provides costumes for films and television shows,

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'and with 10,000 outfits to choose from, Immy and Fin

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'have their work cut out finding the right ones for Mum and Dad.'

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I definitely like that.

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'It's not long though before they begin to dig out

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'some buried treasure.'

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-That looks nice. I like that one as well.

-Pretty front, hasn't it?

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-Yeah, look at that, Fin. I like that, do you like that?

-Yeah.

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'That's Mum taken care of

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'but what about the Navy costume for Dad?'

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-Is this the sort of thing you were thinking of?

-Yeah. Look.

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-I like this...

-You like that one? With tails?

-Yeah.

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'Now we've got outfits for Mum and Dad,

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'it's over to Fin and Immy to pick out something for themselves.'

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-I still really like this material.

-OK, good, well, we'll take that one.

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And all the lace.

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-This is fab.

-That looks wicked! Do you like that?

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Yeah, and it looks like it might just fit you.

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-So we've got this that you've decided on for Dad.

-Yeah.

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Very smart and this for Mum with perhaps a pirate hat or

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something to just pirate her up.

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So are you both happy with what you're wearing

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-and what you've chosen for Mum and Dad?

-Yeah.

-Definitely?

-Yeah.

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-Definitely.

-Outfits, well and truly sorted.

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We just need to sort out our outfits now, Ed.

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All taken care of, Naomi, so no need to er, flap.

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'As this is a pirate-themed big day, the obvious place for Mum and Dad's

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'ceremony would be at sea.

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'But with so many guests coming, we'd need a pretty big boat.'

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'Immy and Fin think the solution is to hold the ceremony

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'at one of the sea forts around the Isle of Wight coast.'

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-Right, tell us your first impressions then.

-It's really cool.

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-It's very big and cool.

-It is cool, isn't it?

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'This fort was built in the 16th century to defend

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'England against its enemies in the turbulent reign of Henry VIII.'

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-Yeah, look at that cannon.

-Whoa.

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'With its cannons and turrets, it also looks just like the sort

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'of place that might attract a raid

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'from a band of marauding buccaneers.'

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-That's a pretty good view, isn't it?

-Yeah.

-Yeah.

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'With great views of the surrounding sea, this place is the perfect

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'backdrop for a pirate ceremony.'

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But your mum and dad could get married out here as well

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-if the weather's nice.

-Yeah.

-Mmm.

-What do you think about that?

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-That's cool.

-Really cool.

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'There's also a large area outside for Immy and Fin

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'to put on the entertainment scene.'

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Plenty of room to run around here.

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-Cos didn't you want to fight the pirates?

-Yeah.

-Yeah.

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-Is this a good place for that?

-BOTH:

-Yeah.

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'And with a great room inside for the reception,

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'it looks like this old fort has got everything Immy and Fin need

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'to lay on a pirate party.'

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-So what do you think?

-I like it.

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I think we're quite happy with this place,

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I'm getting the impression that you like it.

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-Is this venue sorted?

-Yeah.

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Venue done and final tick in place.

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'Immy and Fin are now ready for Mum and Dad's seafaring celebrations.'

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'From swashbuckling surprises to buccaneer's boats,

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'cutlass castles to pirate pants,

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'the kids have worked flat out to turn their plans into reality.'

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'With not long to go,

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'Mum and Dad are wondering how they'll handle all the surprises.'

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How do you cope with feeling embarrassed?

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Yeah, I think I'll blush and...hide.

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-I'm beetroot when embarrassed.

-Are you? Do you blush easily?

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Yeah, I'm a ginger, look. I go red.

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Maximum redness guaranteed at this wedding, Dad.

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It's the day before we hoist the Jolly Roger

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on the ultimate pirate celebrations

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and Mum and Dad have taken part in a legal ceremony so that

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they can be declared husband and wife on the high seas the next day.

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At the hotel the family are staying in before our pirate party,

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the nerves are beginning to kick in for our two planners.

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It's the night before the wedding and I'm feeling...

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Excited but a little bit nervous. We better check the weather report.

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'The thing that I'm worried about the most is probably

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'the fighting scene cos if, like, one of us'

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gets one little bit wrong, then it kind of affects the whole routine.

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Immy and Fin aren't the only ones

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whose timbers are beginning to shiver.

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I'm nervous but I'm excited.

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I think cos the children are so excited, it's getting very exciting.

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You just can't avoid the fear escalating

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and it really is escalating because it's just tomorrow.

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That's right, Dad, you best batten down the hatches,

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for in the morning,

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you'll be setting sail on your very own pirate adventure.

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Marrying Mum And Dad day is finally here!

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The ceremony will be taking place on this spot in just a few hours,

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whatever the weather. So far, it's looking good!

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So while they're getting ready somewhere over there,

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we need to transform this fort into a pirate haven.

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Har-har!

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'While Naomi gets busy making sure the venue is shipshape,

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'it's time for me to say, "Ahoy, me hearties," to the happy couple.'

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-I've got some little presents for you. That's for you.

-Oh, thank you.

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Great.

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Now, you've got to put those on with blindfolds

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so we've got someone to help you, OK?

0:20:240:20:26

-OK.

-So no sneaky peeking.

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'Mum and Dad aren't the only ones picking up their outfits

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'for the big day.

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'Over at the castle, Naomi has just discovered that her wedding

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'costume should get people squawking.'

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Thanks, Immy. Thanks, Fin. A parrot.

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-SHE SQUAWKS

-Who's a pretty girl then?

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'Meanwhile, back at the family hotel,

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'it looks like we're ready to weigh anchor too.'

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Oh, look at you, you look like you just got off the boat.

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-Are you pleased with it?

-Yeah, really pleased.

-Brilliant.

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All right, we better get ready for your mum and dad then.

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'As Evil Pirate Ed leads in our naval captain

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'and his bride-to-be, it's time to find out if the pirate theme

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'will make Mum and Dad want to hoist the Jolly Roger or walk the plank?'

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-How are you feeling?

-It's very bizarre.

-Terrified.

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Well, I think it's time we put you out of your misery.

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So when I say "three",

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you take off your blindfold glasses and we'll drop the drapes.

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One, two, three!

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GINNY LAUGHS

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Very nice. Thank you, Finbar. Thank you, Imogen.

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-Ginny?

-I like it.

-So any ideas on what this theme might be?

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-This has got to be piratey-type something?

-How did they guess?!

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Mum and Dad might know the theme but they have no idea where

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the location is or how they'll be getting there.

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Let's hope they've got their sea legs

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as it's time for the next surprise.

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So, guys, this is the transport that you're going to be taking

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to your wedding venue.

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You can take off your blindfolds when I say "three". One, two, three!

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-Yay.

-It's your very own pirate ship!

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THEY LAUGH

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All aboard the Caroline Allen! It's not very piratey, is it?

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It's not a very piratey name. All aboard!

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As the good ship Marrying Mum and Dad sets sail,

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Immy and Fin's pirate wedding

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appears to be riding the waves so far.

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Any idea where you might be going, Mum and Dad?!

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-No!

-That's what I like.

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Ignorant parents!

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'Mum and Dad aren't the only landlubbers to be

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'found in these waters.

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'The rest of the wedding guests have boarded their own ship

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'and with traditional sea shanties from a band that Immy and Fin wanted,

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'everyone is in the pirate spirit.'

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THEY SING SEA SHANTY

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'Some of them might think they've spent too long at sea though

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'when they're greeted by the sight of a giant parrot.'

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-Welcome to the fort!

-Hello.

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'It's not long before the stars of this pirate party

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'are washed ashore too, to a hero's welcome from our gang of rogues.'

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ALL CHEER

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'With our motley collection of cut-throats and buccaneers in place,

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'it's time for Mum and Dad to say "aye-aye" do to each other.'

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I, Ginny, take you, Danny, to be my husband.

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You're my strength, soul mate and best friend.

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I give you this ring as a symbol of our love

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and as a reminder of the promises we've made today.

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MINISTER: You now may kiss each other.

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ALL CHEER

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The ceremony felt quite nice, actually,

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and it's nice to see so many people here dressed so enthusiastically.

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'Now that our nautical couple are happily married,

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'we're ready to celebrate - pirate style.'

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Your very own...pirate hideaway!

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ALL CHEER

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'Before there's a mutiny, it's time to serve our hungry crew

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'with food fit for a pirate pig out.'

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Now, the food! Who wants roasted parrot?!

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NAOMI SQUAWKS

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'OK, so parrot might be off but the food is washed down with

0:24:100:24:13

'a side order of pirate party songs.'

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THEY SING SEA SHANTY

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'But little do Mum and Dad know

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'that with the kid's swashbuckling entertainment,

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'their wedding day waters are about to become a bit choppy.'

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Shut up!

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GUESTS BOO

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Right! No more fun!

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Mum, Dad, I hope you enjoyed your lunch cos it's the last meal

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you'll ever eat!

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Get 'em!

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DRAMATIC MUSIC PLAYS

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'Bad news for Mum and Dad.

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'They've just become supporting actors in their very own

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'pirate film, playing the part of our evil Captain's prisoners.'

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I'm the meanest, baddest pirate that ever sailed the Seven Seas

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and if you're lucky, I'll feed you to the sharks.

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Sounds...scary. Looks like we need some heroes.

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Evil Pirate Ed, let our parents go!

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Never, you filthy sea dogs!

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Useless henchmen, get them!

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Watched by an awestruck audience, this is the moment that Immy and Fin

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get to put their movie fight training to good practice

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and save the day.

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The entertainment really worked.

0:25:330:25:36

Everyone was cheering us on or booing at Ed.

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They were getting into it and they liked it.

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Useless henchmen, stop being so useless!

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This way!

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I don't know. They seem quite good at dramatic somersaults

0:25:490:25:54

and fake falls to us.

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Yes, you're free! Now to make Evil Pirate Ed walk the plank.

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Unlucky, Evil Pirate Ed, but you had this coming

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for not even bothering to grow a pirate beard.

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Shiver me timbers. Someone shut the parrot up.

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Shut up!

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CHEERING

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While Immy, Fin, and especially me, are waiting for our Oscars to arrive

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there's just time for one final tasty treat for Mum and Dad.

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Now it's time for the cake. We'll drop it on three.

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One, two, three!

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CHEERING

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-We made these sweets.

-Oh, look, it's me!

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The pirate ship cake design has been

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pulled off fantastically by the cake maker.

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It also features the treasure sweets Immy and Fin made.

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It looks like Mum and Dad can't wait to slice the mainbrace.

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Delicious, lovely cake. The best cake ever.

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Immy and Fin's mission to marry Mum and Dad is almost complete.

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So has the wedding been a total shipwreck

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or a swashbuckling success?

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-The day has been amazing.

-Completely amazing from start to finish.

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A really good day.

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Normal weddings are like zero out of ten.

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This is one million out of ten.

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I don't think anyone will top this wedding.

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If we were to describe this wedding,

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I'd guess we'd both say it's totally unforgettable.

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This wedding was definitely a hit. Arr!

0:27:290:27:32

Arr! What a fantastic job Immy and Fin did organising that wedding.

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They went totally overboard on that one,

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and just in time to get the last ferry home.

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Don't want to miss that. We'll be stuck for 12 hours.

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FERRY HORN BLOWS

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Come back! Come back!

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Imi and Finn get their mum and dad sailing on the high seas to their pirate-themed big day. But when mum and dad are captured by evil pirates, can Imi and Finn rescue them?


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