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# A band of naughty pirates took some jewels from me

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# I hid on board their pirate ship 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 Will you give me a hand?

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-ALL:

-# Hey-ho, Swashbucklers, go Take on the pirates, yo-ho-ho!

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# Hey-ho, Swashbucklers, go Take on the pirates, go, go, go! #

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Will you help me win my treasure back?

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-Yeah!

-Shall we make the pirates walk the plank?

-Yeah!

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Well, let's hear you, then, me hearties!

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# Hey-ho, Swashbucklers, go Take on the pirates, yo-ho-ho!

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# Hey-ho, Swashbucklers, go Take on the pirates, go, go, go! #

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Swashbuckle cheer!

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-AUDIENCE:

-Arrr-harrr!

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Yeah!

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-Ahoy there, shipmates, and welcome to Swashbuckle.

-Arrr-harrr!

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My name's Gem, and it's great to have you aboard.

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-So, are you ready for a rip-roaring pirate adventure?

-Arrr-harrr!

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And will you help me to win back my treasure

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-from those very naughty pirates?

-Arrr-harrr!

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Yes! Now, where is that Captain Sinker?

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Have you seen her anywhere?

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Boo!

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Shhh! You're disturbing my pets!

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THEY WHIMPER

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Now, Line, fetch!

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What are you crazy pirates doing?

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I'm training Cook and Line to be guard dogs for my shipwreck!

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But dogs are loyal, obedient and, er, house-trained.

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Yes, well, two out of three ain't bad!

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Captain, I want it! I want it!

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They need a bit of work. Maybe some training.

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Oh, dear. It looks like Captain Sinker has got her work cut out.

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Luckily, my faithful pet parrot never lets me down.

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Let's meet today's Swashbucklers, Squawk.

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Playing today, we've got Lewis.

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Lewis is seven and loves playing in the park.

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Welcome to the pirate playground.

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His Swashbuckle name is Lookout Lewis.

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Next, it's Acintha.

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Acintha is seven years old and loves painting.

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He's the very portrait of a picture-perfect pirate,

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and his Swashbuckle name is Admiral Acintha.

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This is Cady. Cady is seven, and she loves drawing.

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Well, all pirates like arr-harrt class at school.

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Her Swashbuckle name is Commodore Cady.

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And finally, it's Sarah.

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Sarah is seven years old and she loves reading,

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so she always plays by the book,

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and her Swashbuckle name is Starboard Sarah.

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Welcome aboard, my new team of Swashbucklers.

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So, you're here to help me

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win back my jewels from those naughty pirates.

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To make sure you're ready and raring to go,

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let's do the Swashbuckle salute. OK? So, let me see you marching.

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Put your hands on your heart.

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-Here we go! Eye patch.

-Eye patch!

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-Pirate hat.

-Pirate hat.

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-Swashbuckle cheer!

-Arrr-harrr!

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Oh, yes, you are ready and raring to go.

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

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You daring Swashbucklers need to work as a team

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as you take part 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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Here's our treasure chest. Each time you win back a jewel,

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we'll pop it in here to keep it safe from Captain Sinker.

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Oh, Gem, I've got a rhyme for you.

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Some jewels are red, others are blue

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This game is far too tricky for you!

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Oh, so you're a poet. Well, I didn't know it!

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We're going to win and wipe away your grin. Ha!

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That was quite good.

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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.

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But be careful - 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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Here's the picture of the flag

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for the puzzle we need to put together.

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There are eight pieces,

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and we've got two to start you off.

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So six more are over there,

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where Cook is keeping them safe. Or is he?

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Watch out for those two, because if you fall in,

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you have to go back to the side you came from.

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You've got as long as it takes for the octopus to reach out

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across the screen and close the chest.

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-So are you ready to play?

-Arrr-harrr!!

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Then, Swashbucklers, away! Here we go.

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Come on, we can do this, team. Let's cheer them on, shipmates.

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Lewis nearly took a tumble, but he got his balance back.

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Well done. They're both across.

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So bring over those two pieces.

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Look over there!

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Look over there!

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Oh, they've gone in! Ha ha ha!

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Cady's in. Never mind. Back to the other side, Cady.

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Well recovered, Lewis! Over you come.

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Sarah and Acintha can go as soon as Cady comes back.

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Brilliant. Off you go. We have the first two pieces across. Well done.

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Four more pieces to collect.

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You won't get past me!

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Aaah! She scared me, Captain! She scared me!

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Have a look at this picture. See which piece you've got.

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What do you think it might be? Is it the teeth down here?

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Yeah? Well done, Cady, that's perfect. Well done.

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Another piece across. Oh, no, Acintha, you fell in,

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you'll have to go back to the other side.

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The tentacle is halfway to the chest, team.

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It's mine! Give it back!

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Well done, Cady!

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-Look over there!

-Where?

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You're doing really well. Well done.

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That's it. Well done.

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You can go across, Lewis, now.

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Oh, no, we've dropped a piece!

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Pick it up without falling in. Well done.

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Yes, hide it, Cook! Very good.

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Better than that!

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No, I think it's a corner piece. We need one more piece! One more piece!

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You weren't supposed to find that!

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That's it. Can you squeeze it in?

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That's it! Well done, Lewis. Bring it over.

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We've got to piece it together.

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Let's get it in. We've still got time.

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That's it. Yeah!

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Come on over here, Swashbucklers, that was brilliant.

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Look at the flag. It looks fantastic!

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

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Well, your Swashbucklers taught those pirates a few lessons.

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Lesson one, the bluff.

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Look over there!

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Cady points, then sends Cook flying.

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Lesson two, the scare.

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Get out of the way, Cook!

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Lesson three, the grab. "I'll have that, thank you!"

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So, despite a couple of hiccups, the Swashbucklers have won!

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Well done, Swashbucklers, you won the first jewel. Brilliant!

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Which means, Captain Sinker, you know the rule.

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-ALL:

-Send down a jewel!

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Oh, fine! You can have this red one.

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CHEERING

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Brilliant! Here we go.

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Oh! Sarah, can you pop it in the chest for us, please?

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Yeah! Brilliant!

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We are well on the way to seeing one of those naughty pirates

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taking a dip in their smelly ship's mess.

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It smells bad!

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It's funny, it always smells worse when you're in it.

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Line, you've got some slop on your bottom!

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Where? Where?!

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LINE YELPS

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Oh, dear, Sinker,

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your pirate pooches aren't very well trained yet.

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Leave that to me.

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I'll have the best-trained pirate pooches you've ever seen.

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-Booo!

-If you say so, Sinker!

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In the meantime, we want to win back another jewel,

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-don't we, Swashbucklers?

-ALL:

-Yeah!

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Squawk, what's the next game?

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The second game is Pirate Cannons.

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The aim of the game is to knock over all ten pirate ships.

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Working as a team, you have to find the soft green cannonballs,

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load them in the cannons and fire them at the ships.

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But be careful. Cook and Line will be sneaky

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and try to stop you from hitting the targets.

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CHEERING

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These are the squishy green cannonballs you need to find

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to play the game - not the blue and yellow ones.

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Cook and Line put them in there to confuse you.

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Who's going to collect the cannonballs?

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Lewis and Cady. You're looking for the green ones.

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Acintha and Sarah, you are shooting the cannons.

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Brilliant! So are you ready to play?

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Arrr-harrr!

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Then, Swashbucklers away!

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BELL RINGS

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Come on, we can do this, we've got ten ships to knock down.

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That's it.

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Oh, that was a close one.

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That's it, another one in, Great shot, Sarah. Well done!

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One down. Nine more to get.

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Quick as you can, Lewis, bring them back.

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Well done, Sarah. Another one. Brilliant.

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Eight to go. Whoa! Look at that, great shot.

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And another one. Six more to get down.

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You've got plenty of time.

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Oh, a bit low there, Sarah, for the top ones.

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Yes! Spot on target. Backed into Cook, ha-ha!

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And another one! Well done.

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-So, we've just got four more to get.

-Four more to get!

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And another one! Look at frightened Line, he's such a scaredy-cat!

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-That was a close one.

-Halfway, there's only three left.

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Quick as you can. Well done. Sarah collecting her own balls.

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Come on, Katie.

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Three more to get.

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Come on, we're nearly there.

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No, not the dog thing now!

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Hello, puppy Line.

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LINE YELPS

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They're not dogs, they're more like scaredy-cats!

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Another one down. One more, we can do this.

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CHEERING

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You did it and the silly pirate puppies didn't put you off.

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

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Were they aiming at the ships or at the pirates?

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A slippery start from Lewis but then Sarah sinks a ship

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and Cook in one go.

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Acintha sent Cook flying again.

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And Cook went down for a third time!

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Not so good for Cook, but great for the Swashbucklers, it's a win!

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Brilliant, well done! Another jewel, Swashbucklers. Well done.

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Which means, Captain Sinker...you know the rule!

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ALL CHANT: Send down a jewel!

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Oh, you can have a silly jewel, I've got lots left.

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CHEERING

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A lovely blue one. There you go, Lewis.

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-Pop it in the chest for us.

-CHEERING

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Brilliant, well done!

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It's all Cook and Line's fault.

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I hope they make better dogs than they do pirates!

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HOWLS

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YELPS

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PANTING AND YELPING

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Those Swashbucklers...oh!!

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LAUGHTER

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Enough of this.

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Right, it's time to begin your training.

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I want two very well behaved doggies, please.

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OK, but first can we have our tummies tickled?!

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Absolutely not!

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WHINING

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All right, then!

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YELPING

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Fun, isn't it? Right, that's enough of that.

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If I'm going to turn you into guard dogs we need some

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serious training, so, on the count of three, I want you to sit.

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One, two, three - sit!

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Very good.

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One, two, three - roll over!

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No, no, no, no, no!

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I'm really going to have to put you through your paces!

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WHISTLES

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Tunnel!

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GROWLING

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WHISTLES

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Follow the ball. Follow the ball.

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Fetch!

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Come by! Come by! Come by!

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LAUGHTER

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This is a slipper, where's the ball?

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YELPING

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WEAK WHISTLE

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Right, the most important thing is to know what you're guarding.

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And that is - my treasure.

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So...

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SHE GASPS

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Where's my treasure!?

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-We're doggies!

-So we buried it!

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You are very bad doggies!

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Come here, come by, come here!

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OK, Swashbucklers.

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You've played two games

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and you've won two of my jewels, which means

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we need to find three in the final game. To make sure we're ready,

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let's do the Swashbuckle salute one more time.

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So, let me see you marching.

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Put your hands on your heart.

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Here we go.

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-Eye patch!

-Eye patch!

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-Pirate's hat!

-Pirate's hat!

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-Swashbuckle cheer!

-Arrr-harr!

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-Yes!

-CHEERING

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You won't be cheering for long.

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BOOING

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My pirate puppies have buried the last three jewels well.

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Really(!) Well, my Swashbucklers will go and dig them out.

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Ha, they're going to try their best.

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Squawk, what do we have to do for the final game?

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It's the Shipwreck Rummage!

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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 them up because X marks the spot where

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each of the jewels could be found.

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But be careful, Cook, Line and Captain Sinker

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have hidden the jewels well

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

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CHEERING

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OK, Swashbucklers, it's time to play. Let me show you where

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all the jewels are hiding on the treasure map.

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The purple jewel is on the top deck by Sinker.

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Have a rummage around in all those treasure chests.

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We have the white one hiding in the barrel with all the mice and rats.

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And also on the middle deck we have the green one

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in the baskets of sea creatures.

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Lewis and Cady, you are going first.

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Which one are you going to go for?

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-The white one.

-The white one.

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So watch out for the toy rats and toy mice.

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Are we ready to play?

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-Arr-harr!

-I think we are. Swashbucklers, away!

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So, Lewis and Cady, making their way to the middle deck.

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Lewis flies through the giant cannonballs.

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Here come the rats and mice!

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-Watch out for Cook.

-Naughty Cook slowing them down a bit.

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The jewel is somewhere in amongst those rats and mice.

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Tipping them all upside down, what a mess they're making!

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Have a good rummage around, we're looking for the white jewel.

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There it is, it's there, Lewis. Right behind you!

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Tip them up, empty them out!

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Arrr-harrr, they've found it. At last!

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OK, so they've found the first one, where are you going to go next?

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-The green one.

-Sarah, Acintha, off you go. Let's find the green one.

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Well done. Look at that sparkling white jewel! Well done.

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Sarah races ahead.

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"Wait for me," says Acintha.

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We can do this.

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-That's it, dig them out.

-You'll have to dig deeper.

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The jewels can be hard to find in those baskets.

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Keep digging, Swashbucklers.

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They've got it, we have one left to find.

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We need to find the last one. The purple one on the top deck.

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Don't worry about Captain Sinker, she's frightened of children.

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Well done. Just one left to find.

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You're halfway there.

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They've plenty of time left. But it's a long way to that top deck.

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Keep going. Well done.

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They are starting to get tired. I don't blame them!

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Come round the front!

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They just have to get to the top of this slope!

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-Watch out for those pearls.

-Oh, I don't like Swashbucklers!

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-What do we do?!

-I don't know, keep going.

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Oh, don't be so silly, Sinker.

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Now, where's that jewel?

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I think they've looked in every chest.

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It must be here somewhere.

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-There it is!

-They've got it, quick, bring it down.

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But it's not over until the jewel is in the chest.

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Quick as you can, 30 seconds left.

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-I think they're going to do it!

-And into the chest!

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You did it!

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Well done, Swashbucklers. That was brilliant.

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-Did you enjoy that?

-Yeah.

-You did so well.

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Thank you for getting back all my jewels.

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

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They made a right mess with rodents all over the place.

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At first, Cady missed the jewel, but then

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she got it and in went the white.

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Cook emptied a basket but they grabbed the green.

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And after clearing out every chest, they finally pinched the purple.

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That's a clean sweep and a win for the Swashbucklers!

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CHEERING

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Well done, Swashbucklers.

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You won back all five of my jewels. Thank you.

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I want to share out my treasure with you

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so you can hold onto these jewels for me.

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There you go, brilliant.

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Purple one.

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And the red one for you.

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And a blue for me. Big cheer for my Swashbucklers!

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CHEERING

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We won back all of my jewels which means

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it's time for one of those naughty pirates to walk the plank.

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But who will it be? Let's spin the wheel to see.

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Off you go, Sarah.

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Who will it be? Captain Sinker, Cook or Line? Big spin.

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OK, Cook the white hat.

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We have Line, the red bandana

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and Sinker with the black hat, who's it going to be?

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Cook...

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Line...

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Sinker...

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Who's wearing that hat? It's Cook!

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CHEERING

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COOK HOWLS

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Cook, it's time for you to walk the plank.

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ALL CHANT: Walk the plank, walk the plank!

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CHANTING

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CHEERING

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Yuk!

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Ah-ha!

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Oh, it's good to see Cook with rotten egg on his face,

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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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Subtitles by Red Bee Media Ltd

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Captain Sinker is trying to train Cook and Line to be guard dogs for her treasure, but the pirate pooches need some training!

Meanwhile, Lewis, Achintya, Kadey and Sarah are the swashbucklers aiming to win back all Gem's jewels and earn the right to see one of the pirates walk the plank into the Ship's Mess!


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