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# A band of naughty pirates

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# Took some jewels from me

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# I hid on board their pirate ship

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# And sailed off out to sea

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# But they weren't watching where they went

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# And shipwrecked on the sand

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# I want to win my treasure back

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# Will you give me a hand?

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# Hey ho! Swashbucklers go

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# Take on the pirates! Yo-ho-ho!

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# Hey ho! Swashbucklers go

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# Take on the pirates! Go, go, go!... #

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Will you help me win my treasure back?

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-CHILDREN:

-Yeah!

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Shall we make the pirates walk the plank?

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-CHILDREN:

-Yeah!

-Let's hear you then, me hearties!

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# Hey ho! Swashbucklers go

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# Take on the pirates! Yo-ho-ho!

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# Hey ho! Swashbucklers go!

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# Take on the pirates! Go, go, go!

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# Swashbuckle cheer!

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# Ah haaaa! #

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A-hoy there, me hearties, welcome to Swashbuckle!

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CHILDREN: Ah haaa!

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My name's Gem. It's great to have you aboard.

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Ready for a rip-roaring pirate adventure?!

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CHILDREN: Ah haa!

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Great! Those naughty pirates have taken my jewels.

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Will you help me to win them back? CHILDREN: Ah haaaa!

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Yes! Now then, where is that Captain Sinker? Can you see her?

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CHILDREN: Boooooo!

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There she is!

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Enough, you rotters.

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You'll never win the jewels back from me and my trusty crew.

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CHILDREN: Boooooo!

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-What are you doing?

-Shhhh!

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(We're trying to catch mice.)

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(Yeah, there's loads and loads of them, living all over the ship.)

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Mice?! Mice! But they'll be after my prized cheese collection.

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Those pesky nibblers. Right, you two, after them, and sharpish!

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I want them all off the ship.

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I'd rather share the ship with some cute mice

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than those naughty pirates.

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It's time to meet today's swashbucklers.

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Who's helping me win back my jewels, Squawk?

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Playing today, we've got Jessica!

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Jessica is seven years old and loves running,

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so she'll run rings around those pirates.

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Her Swashbuckle name is Captain Jess.

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Next, it's Heidi!

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Heidi is seven, and plays in her own pop band,

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so those pirates will have to face the music today!

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Her Swashbuckle name is Shipmate Heidi.

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It's Harry!

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Harry is seven and loves singing.

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Let's hope he'll be singing a victory song today.

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His Swashbuckle name is Helmsman Harry.

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Finally, it's Oliver!

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Oliver is seven years old and loves playing on his bike.

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I'm sure he'll ride his way to a win.

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His Swashbuckle name is Skipper Oliver.

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CHEERING

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Great to meet you, Swashbucklers.

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We're going to have to work together to win back

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my jewels from those naughty pirates, so, to get us ready,

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let's do the Swashbuckle Salute.

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So, let me see you all marching!

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Put your hands on your heart. Here we go!

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-Eye patch! CHILDREN:

-Eye patch!

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-Pirate hat! CHILDREN:

-Pirate hat!

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Swashbuckle cheer!

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-CHILDREN:

-Ah-haaa!

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Fantastic. You are definitely Swashbucklers, brave and true.

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So, Squawk, tell us, what do we have to do to win back all of my jewels?

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You daring swashbucklers need to work as a team as you take part

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in different pirate games.

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Every time you win a game,

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Captain Sinker will give you a jewel for your treasure chest.

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Win all five jewels

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and one of the naughty pirates will walk the plank into the ship's mess.

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-CHILDREN:

-Eurgh!

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Eurgh! It would be so good to see one of those naughty pirates take

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-a dip into the ship's mess, wouldn't it, swashbucklers? CHILDREN:

-Ah-haa!

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Have a look. This is our treasure chest.

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Each time you win back a jewel from Captain Sinker,

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we'll put it in here to keep it safe.

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You silly squash jugglers aren't daring enough to win my games.

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This jewel is mine now, and you'll never get your hands on it!

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-Ha-ha-ha!

-CHILDREN:

-Booo!

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Never say never, Sinker.

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Bring on the first game. What is it, Squawk?

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The first game is Shivering Timbers!

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The aim is to make a giant jigsaw of the Swashbuckle flag.

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All you have to do is walk along the plank

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and collect the pieces from the other side. But be careful!

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Cook and Line will be making it tricky for you

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and they might hide the pieces too.

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CHEERING

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Here's the picture of the Swashbuckle Flag

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that we need to piece together with the bits of puzzle, OK?

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There are eight pieces altogether,

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we've given you two there to start you off.

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There are six we need to collect that are over there by naughty Cook.

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He's dancing with them

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and he might hide a couple of pieces, so watch that one.

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Remember, if you do fall in you have to go back to the side

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that you started from. You've got as long as it takes

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for the octopus to reach out across the screen

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and close the treasure chest.

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Are we ready to play?

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-CHILDREN:

-Ah-haaa!

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Swashbucklers away!

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Off you go.

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Lots of cheering, team.

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CHEERING

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CHEERING

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Cook's falling all over the place there.

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That's it, Jessica. Come back with that piece.

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Brilliant. Well done. That's it.

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CHEERING

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Oh, no, Oliver's in. Harry, well done.

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You've got to go back to the beginning.

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CHEERING

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-COOK:

-OK, back you go.

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Oliver, well done. Oh, careful.

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Brilliant.

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CHEERING

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Come on, Harry!

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-Oh, no, he's in.

-Oh, good.

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They're making me look over there.

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Get across as quick as you can.

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Let's see this puzzle. Doing really well over here.

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That's it. I think that's in the right place.

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We're halfway through. Harry!

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Go back for your piece, you can collect your piece

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-and bring it back.

-You left a piece in here.

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Well done.

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There's one minute left.

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Hide it, Cook, good plan.

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Oh, the girls are meeting in the middle. Will they stay on?

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Careful, girls.

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You still need to get two more pieces.

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Jessica's in! Swim back. Oliver, off you go. Quick as you can.

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That's it.

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CHEERING

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One more piece. We just need one more piece.

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CHEERING

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That's it, come on back. We've got them all now.

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Put them in. Make sure you've got the corners in place.

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25 seconds left.

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That corner piece there has to get in.

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We have all the pieces, team. We need to get them all in.

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Turn it round the right way.

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15 seconds left. Quick, team, we need to do this.

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Let's get the corner piece in.

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Ten, nine, eight,

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seven, six, five,

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four, three, two, one.

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BELL RINGS

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Yes, you did it. Come over here, Swashbucklers.

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Woo, just in the nick of time. That was fantastic. Well done to you.

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Squawk, you've got the bird's-eye view, over to you.

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That was a fun-filled, fall fest.

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Cook fell flat.

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Oliver went splat.

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Harry had a stumble and then a fumble -

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he left the jigsaw piece behind.

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And Jessica took a tumble too.

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The Swashbucklers finish the jigsaw with just two seconds to go,

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so it's a win.

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CHEERING

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Well done, my fantastic Swashbucklers.

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You won back my first jewel.

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Captain Sinker, you know the rule...

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-ALL:

-Send down a jewel.

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Oh, fine, but you were very lucky.

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CHEERING Here it comes.

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Here's the white one.

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Brilliant.

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Jess, pop it into the chest for us, please.

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CHEERING

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Well done.

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Oh, yes, keep mopping up that ship's mess

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because one of you three might just be walking the plank later

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and it's really smelly today.

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Put down your mops, you mariners,

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you should be off trying to catch horrible mice.

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But how?

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Well, just put your heads together.

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LAUGHTER

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This is fun.

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How will this help catch mice?

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Just go and catch them.

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LAUGHTER

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-BOTH:

-OK.

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Now!

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LAUGHTER

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Those silly pirates.

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We want to win back another of my jewels.

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Squawk, what's the next game?

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The second game is Tangled Net.

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PARROT SQUAWKS

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The aim of the game is

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to put the toy sea creatures in the baskets.

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All you have to do is climb the tangled fishing net

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and collect them.

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But be careful, Cook and Line will pour pearls onto you

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and swap the creatures around.

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CHEERING

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These are the soft toy sea creatures that you're looking for.

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We have octopus, sea horse,

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fish and lobsters.

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And there are six in total to collect.

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-You're going to go up in pairs. Girls, you're going to go first?

-Yes.

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OK, then. Are you ready to play?

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-CHILDREN:

-Ah-haaa!

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Swashbucklers away!

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Come on, boys, let's cheer them on. Come on, girls, that's it.

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That was a very speedy start.

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That's it, well done.

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CHEERING

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Well done, Jessica, bring that fish back.

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Good helping there, Oliver.

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Try again, lovely.

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Oh, good team work, boys, well done.

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We've got the first one.

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That's it, Jessica, come on down. Brilliant.

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Harry, of you go. You can get the next one.

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You got another one there.

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That's two, four more to get.

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That's it, keep going, Heidi, there's a sea horse right behind you.

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Well done.

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Come on, Heidi.

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CHEERING

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Line, swap them.

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Very good.

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You just need to get the one at the top.

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You better watch out for him.

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That's it, Harry, bring back the octopus.

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Keep climbing, Oliver, go for the lobster.

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We've got one minute left.

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And we still need to get those two down.

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How we doing over here?

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There's one, two, three in the baskets.

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Four in the baskets, brilliant, two more to get.

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Two more to get, boys.

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There's a sea horse.

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Come down as quick as you can, Harry.

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CHEERING

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We've got one more to get, it's right at the top.

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Just right at the top.

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Try to get that sea horse.

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CHEERING

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Oh, dear, the pearls.

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20 seconds left. Come on. We can do this.

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15 seconds left.

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Pass it down, Jess. Pass it down.

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Get the sea horse. Quick, put it in the basket.

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It's the last few seconds, quick, in the basket.

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CHEERING

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That was so close. Great teamwork there, Swashbucklers.

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Brilliant. Squawk, you've got the bird's-eye view, how did we do?

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Fantastic fishy fun.

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Heidi got wedged.

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The octopus got stretched.

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And Line played fetch - swapping the fish into the wrong basket.

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But it didn't stop the Swashbucklers and they nabbed themselves a win.

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CHEERING

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Brilliant, Swashbucklers, well done.

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You won another jewel, which means, Captain Sinker, you know the rule...

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-CHILDREN:

-Send down a jewel.

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All right, you can have it, but you were very lucky.

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CHEERING

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Ooh, my lovely blue jewel.

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There you go, Harry, pop it into the chest for me, please.

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CHEERING

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Oh, where are my brilliant crew?

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I hope they've managed to catch all those squeaky mice.

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-CHILDREN:

-Oooohhh.

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Um, Cook, why are you dressed like a...

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-Cat.

-A cat.

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Well, cat's are great at catching mice, aren't they?

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That's brilliant.

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Oohh, I've got a plan too.

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LINE ROARS LIKE AN ELEPHANT

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Why are you dressed like an elephant?

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-Well, you know elephants are scared of mice?

-Yeah.

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Well, if there's a mouse in the room I can scream to let us know.

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Brilliant.

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I know.

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This is the plan. On the table is one last piece of cheese.

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-We need that for the mice.

-Oohh.

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So when they come along to eat it we'll grab them with this net.

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Oh, I see.

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FOOTSTEPS

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Sounds like there is a mouse coming.

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It sounds like it's a big one.

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We'll catch it.

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In three, two...

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-Oh, cheese.

-..one!

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LAUGHTER

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It is a big mouse.

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Let go!

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And it talks.

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I'm Captain Sinker.

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BOTH: Captain Sinker!

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You wait till I get my...

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Oh, where are Cook and Line?

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Um, excuse me Mr Elephant and Mr...urm...

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Cat!

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Cat.

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I don't suppose you've seen Cook or Line anywhere?

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Nooo!

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Wait a minute.

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That's not a cat! After him, elephant.

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LAUGHTER

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It doesn't even sound like a cat.

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Swashbucklers, you have played two games

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and won back two of my jewels,

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which means you have to find three in the Shipwreck Rummage.

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-Do you think you can do it? CHILDREN:

-Yeah!

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Let's do the Swashbuckle Salute one more time.

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Let me see you marching.

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Put your hand on your hearts. Here we go.

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-Eye patch. CHILDREN:

-Eye patch.

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-Pirate hat.

-Pirate hat.

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Swashbuckle cheer...

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-CHILDREN:

-Ah-haaa!

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It's the Shipwreck Rummage.

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PARROT SQUAWKS

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The aim of the game is to collect the rest of Gem's jewels

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that have been hidden around the shipwreck.

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Use the map because X marks the spot

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where each of the jewels can be found.

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But be careful - Cook, Line and Captain Sinker have hidden

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the jewels well

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and they must all be in the chest before the time runs out.

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Here's the treasure map to show you where

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all of my jewels are hiding aboard the shipwreck.

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We have the purple one hiding on top deck.

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It's in one of the birds' nests.

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We can look for the green one in the pool of pearls

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in the middle deck.

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Also on the middle deck over by the laundry is the red one.

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It might be hiding in one of the pockets of something,

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so have a good rummage around.

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You guys are going to go first.

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-Which one will you go for?

-The purple.

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-Right at the top? OK, then. Are we ready to play? CHILDREN:

-Ah-haaa!

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Swashbucklers away!

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Here we go.

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Jessica and Oliver are off.

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Just three jewels to find.

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That purple jewel is a big climb, so there's no time to lose.

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Round the front they come.

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They're chasing me.

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Why is Cook running away? Scardey Cook.

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That's it. Good running around there.

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Almost there now.

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Right up to the top.

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They'll have to feel around for the jewel.

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Oh, they've got it first time.

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You two are going to go next. Which one are you going for?

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The green one in the pool of pearls. Brilliant.

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Off you go.

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That's one jewel safely back.

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Harry and Heidi are heading to the shipwreck.

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You've got two more to find.

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Every second counts in the Shipwreck Rummage.

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It's so easy to get stuck in here.

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They're taking their time up the cargo net.

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Looking out for Cook and Line.

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That's our gem!

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What? Oh! It's my gem.

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To the pool of pearls. In he gets.

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You're never going to find it.

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-I'm looking for it.

-You can't find it.

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-Yes, he can.

-That's it. Come on back.

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Jess and Oliver, you're going next,

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and we need to go over to the laundry to find the red jewel.

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They're raring to go.

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That's it. Off you go.

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Let's get the jewel in the chest. Well done.

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Just one more jewel to find.

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But they still have to climb to the middle deck.

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Keep an eye on that tentacle, it never stops moving.

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Cook and Line are pulling out all the stops to slow them down.

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Oh, no, they've dropped it on the floor. Oh, but they've got it.

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Now back to the chest.

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Come on back.

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That's it. We're nearly there.

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Into the chest.

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It's going to be close.

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Well done, that was absolutely fantastic.

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We got back all of my five jewels, brilliant.

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Squawk, you've got the bird's-eye view, over to you.

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Rapid rummaging there, Gem.

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Cook ran away scared.

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And they easily snatched the purple.

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Harry was up to his elbows to get the green.

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The pirates covered them with rubbish

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and they lost the red jewel on the floor.

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But soon found it and slid their way to a win.

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CHEERING

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Thank you so much for winning back all of my five jewels.

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To say thank you I'd like to share out my treasure with you.

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You can hold onto these for me.

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You were brilliant. There you go.

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Well done.

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And one for me. A big cheer for my Swashbucklers.

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We got all five of my jewels which means

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one of those naughty pirates has got to walk the plank

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into this smelly ship's mess.

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-CHILDREN:

-Eww!

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But who will it be?

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Let's spin the wheel to see. Jessica, off you go.

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Big spin.

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We've got the white hat for Cook.

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The red bandana for Line.

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And the black hat for Captain Sinker. But who will it be?

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It's the red bandana for Line.

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Line, it's time for you to...

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-CHILDREN:

-Walk the plank!

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-CHILDREN:

-Walk the plank!

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CHEERING AND LAUGHING

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-CHILDREN:

-Eww!

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That's made my day - seeing Line all covered in goo and slime.

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We'll see you next time on Swashbuckle.

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CHEERING

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Play the Swashbuckle game on a computer, tablet or mobile

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to earn jewels and make one of the pirates walk the plank.

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Just go to Swashbuckle on the CBeebies website.

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Shivering Timbers and Tangled Net are the games in store for Jessica, Heidi, Harry and Oliver as they try to win back Gem's jewels.

An infestation of mice on the shipwreck threatens Captain Sinker's cheese collection so Cook and Line are sent to catch them!


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