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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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AUDIENCE CHEERS

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Ahoy there, me hearties. Welcome to Swashbuckle.

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Arrr-harrr!

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

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Are you all ready for a rip-roaring parrot adventure?

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Arrr-harrr!

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Yes! 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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Brilliant! Now, where is that pesky Captain Sinker?

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-Can you see her anywhere?

-Boo!

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There she is!

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I haven't time for all this booing. I'm a very important pirate.

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I have lots of work to do. Cook, Line!

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Cook reporting for duty, Captain Sinker, sir. I mean, ma'am.

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But I don't know where Line is today.

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He's right there.

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Is he? Where?

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Line? Where are you? Where is he?

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Behind you!

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Aagh!

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Line! What are you doing?

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Got you! Hiding is so much fun.

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You've got to be sneaky to be a great pirate.

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Line, you are NOT a great pirate.

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I am. I am the greatest pirate ever to sail the seven seas.

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And I'm going to write a book about all my adventures.

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-You two can help me.

-You can rely on us, Captain.

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Isn't that right, Line?

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Line? Line?

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Where are you, Line?

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I don't think I'd trust those two to READ a book, never mind write one.

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OK, Squawk, it's time to meet today's Swashbucklers.

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Who do I have helping me?

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Playing today, we've got Nicholas!

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Nicholas is seven

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and loves collecting toy figures. He can collect jewels today.

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His Swashbuckle name is Fearsome Nick.

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Next, it's Dee. Dee is six and loves playing with her friends.

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Perfect practice for the pirate games.

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Her Swashbuckle name is Buccaneer Dee.

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It's Tunay.

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Tunay is seven years old and loves football.

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So let's hope he scores a win.

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His Swashbuckle name is Starboard Tunay.

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Finally, it's Hiba.

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Hiba is six years old, and loves her scooter,

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so I'm sure she'll glide past those pirates.

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Her Swashbuckle name is Commander Hiba.

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CHEERING

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Welcome aboard, Swashbucklers.

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You're going to try and help me win back my jewels

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from naughty Captain Sinker, so to make sure you are brave and true,

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

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Put your hands on your heart.

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-Here we go! Eye patch.

-AUDIENCE:

-Eye patch.

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Pirate hat.

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-AUDIENCE:

-Pirate hat.

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Swashbuckle cheer!

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-AUDIENCE:

-Arrr-harrr!

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Fantastic. You are definitely ready for adventure. So, Squawk,

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what do we have to do today

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to win back all of my five jewels?

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Squawk! 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 parrots will walk the plank into the ship's mess.

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ALL: Yay!

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And here's our treasure chest.

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Like Squawk just said, each time you win back one of my jewels,

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we'll put it in the Swashbuckler treasure chest.

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The jewels are mine, Gem.

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If you don't win the game, you don't get the jewel.

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Well, I think they're going to win the game, so bring it on, Sinker!

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The first game is Stepping Stones.

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Squawk! The aim of the game is to build the giant seahorse statue.

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All you have to do is cross over the rock pool

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and collect the pieces from the other side, but be careful.

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Cook and Line will be blocking your path and trying to make you fall.

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Here's the picture that you need to put together.

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There are five pieces that you have to collect to build it up,

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and they are on the other side of the stepping stones.

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Watch out for Cook and Line hiding under those barrels there,

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they may try to put you off.

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And you have as long as it takes for

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the octopus to reach out across the screen

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and close the treasure chest to play the game.

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Are you ready to play?

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ALL: Arrr-harrr!

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Then Swashbucklers away!

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Off we go.

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Cheer them on, team, they can do this.

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Yes, Cook, throw more on him!

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There's so many balls flying around.

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They made it across, brilliant!

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Two pieces across, team.

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That's it, well done!

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Nicholas, off you go. Four more to get over.

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Wobble his stepping stone.

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Oh, no, Tunay's in! Back to the other side.

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Well done, Nicholas.

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He's managed to stay up, just saved it,

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well done, Nicholas.

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He's not looking. Quick.

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Ready, Hiba, off you go. Boys, well done!

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Let's get these pieces on.

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We've got two more pieces to collect. Well done, Dee.

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Come back this way, Hiba.

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That's it.

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Come on, you guys, let's help them out.

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Ready, Hiba, off you go.

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We're halfway now.

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Oh, no, Dee's in!

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She's in!

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We still need those two pieces over then we can build up the seahorse.

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Oh, stop them!

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Nice and carefully, Dee.

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Brilliant!

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Nicholas, we have them all!

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No, you'll have to go all the way back.

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Come on, let's cheer her on!

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Keep going, Hiba, that's the last piece we need.

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Come on, you can do it!

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Bring it over, we need to build this very quickly.

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We have about 20 seconds left.

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That piece needs to go on.

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Then we need the pieces with the fins.

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Oh, are they going to do it?

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Ten seconds left. We need to be really quick.

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Ten, nine, eight,

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seven, six, five,

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four, three, two...

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And the top piece.

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That was so close, but, Squawk,

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

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Those rickety rocks really slowed them down.

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Tunay wobbled then fell.

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Dee wibbled then fell.

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Hiba jiggled, then... You guessed it.

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And the bell rang just before they could finish the statue,

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so I'm afraid you lose.

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CHEERING

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Oh, Swashbucklers, you tried so hard. Well done.

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We can win the jewels back later.

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# I get to keep your jewel

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# I get to keep your jewel. #

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Enough, I need you to come up with some stories for my book.

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And I want it to include the most exciting and adventurous times.

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You could write about the time you

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walked the plank into the ship's mess.

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That was so funny.

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Shh.

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Shush!

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We are not having stories about me walking the plank, thank you.

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I know, Sinker,

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you could write about my Swashbucklers winning back a jewel.

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Squawk, what's next?

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The second game is Tangled Net.

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The aim of the game is 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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And these are the pictures of the soft toy sea creatures

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that you need to find.

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Octopus, lobster,

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seahorse and fish.

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There are six in total to find.

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Hiba and Nicholas, you're going first.

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Are you ready to play?

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ALL: Arrr-harrr!

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Swashbucklers away!

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Here we go.

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Hey, Swashbucklers!

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Got to get the crab!

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-Get the crab.

-No, no, no!

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Oh, mind your head.

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Oh, no, he's got the lobster.

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Well done!

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This one! Take this one! Quickly!

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We've got two coming down.

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That's it. Tunay, off you go.

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Hiba, you're doing really well.

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Squeeze down with that.

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Don't give it to Cook. Well done.

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-Give it to me.

-Dee, off you go.

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Octopus on your head.

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We've got two down. Fantastic, well done!

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Oh, the pearls are coming down.

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Get that lobster!

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Good idea, right at the top here.

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Here, come and get it.

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That's it.

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Well done, Tunay.

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Dee, there's also a fish at the front here.

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Brilliant, we've go the fish, yes!

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Line, quick, swap them now.

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Good!

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Nicholas, over here, ready to go again.

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You've got two more to find.

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Come on, let's do this!

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We're halfway, you've got another one to find up there.

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There's a seahorse right at the front and there's also an octopus.

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That's it, Nick.

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Stretch out for the octopus.

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Give it a big pull.

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That's it, Hiba, excellent! Bring it straight down.

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This is our last one.

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Come on, we can do this.

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Oh, I don't think she's going to make it down.

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You're doing really well.

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Come on, Hiba, we've got 30 seconds left.

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Well done. Let's get it into the basket.

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In the basket. That's it.

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Yay, we've done it! Come on down, team.

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Well done, team, that was fantastic.

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

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Oh, that cheeky Line.

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The Swashbucklers grabbed and he swapped.

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They plucked another and he did it again.

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And again.

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But his swapping couldn't stop those Swashbucklers because they won!

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Well done, Swashbucklers,

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you've won our first jewel, which means, Captain Sinker,

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-you know the rule...

-ALL: Send down a jewel!

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You can have the silly jewel,

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I've got plenty left and you won't win them back.

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CHEERING

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Here it is, the blue one.

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

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Well done!

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Enough of this,

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once you've heard the rip-roaring tales in my story,

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you'll realise what an important pirate I am.

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I'd better get Cook and Line to write it.

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I suppose one jewel isn't the end of the world.

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It's time we made a start on my b... Oh! Lovely cake.

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Ah-ah, you can't have the cake until you've finished your book,

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so you best get started.

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I'll remember some of my daring adventures and you write them down.

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CLEARS THROAT

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So my story begins,

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once upon a time there was a brave...

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daring...

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and very clever pirate.

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She had many great adventures.

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Such as the time when she...

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Oh, how annoying.

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I can't remember things I've done.

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Not to worry, Captain,

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I can remember some brilliant times we've had.

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No, no, no, none of those are right.

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No, Captain, not yet.

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I'll hide it out of sight.

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It's not fair.

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My book shouldn't be about times I fell over and looked silly.

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I agree, Captain.

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Thank you, Line.

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Yeah, I prefer the times where you were splatted,

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they were way funnier.

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What?

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BOTH: One!

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I knew I couldn't rely on you two.

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I'm going to have to write the book myself.

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Honestly, a famous pirate like me should never look silly.

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SQUIDGE!

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-Line?

-Yes.

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Did you put the cake on the chair?

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Yes.

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Yes, I did.

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You have played two games and won back one of my jewels.

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You need to find four more in the final game.

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To make sure we're ready, let's do the Swashbuckle salute.

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Let me see you all marching.

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Put your hand on your heart.

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Here we go.

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Eye patch.

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ALL: Eye patch.

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Pirate hat.

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ALL: Pirate hat.

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Swashbuckle cheer.

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ALL: Arrr-harrr!

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Brilliant!

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It's the Shipwreck Rummage.

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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 -

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Cook, Line and Captain Sinker 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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It's time for the Shipwreck Rummage.

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Here is the treasure map where all my jewels are hidden.

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Up on the top deck is the purple jewel

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hiding in one of the birds' nests.

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Then we have the green jewel buried somewhere in the pool of pearls.

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Also on the middle deck we have the red jewel hidden in the laundry.

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And down on the lower deck we have the white one

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hidden in one of the hammocks.

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Boys, you're going first. Which one will you go for?

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The purple.

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Look out for Captain Sinker up there.

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Team, are we ready to play?

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ALL: Arrr-harrr!

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Then Swashbucklers away!

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That's it, boys. Come on, team, let's cheer them on.

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Off they run all the way to the top deck.

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They are fast.

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Line can't slow them down.

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Mind you don't slip.

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They're nearly at the birds' nests.

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-Don't pour them on me, Cook.

-Sorry.

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They've got the first jewel already!

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Come on back, there's three more to find.

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Nicholas and Tunay are wasting no time getting back.

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Careful, boys, you need to get back in one piece.

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Girls, which one are you going for next?

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The green.

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Go through the middle and up through the cannon balls.

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Off you go. Well done, boys!

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The purple one into the chest. Well done.

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The girls are now going for the green one in the pool of pearls.

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The girls need to climb up to the middle deck.

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Nearly there.

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They're coming into the pool of pearls.

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The tentacle is almost halfway already

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and that green jewel could be anywhere amongst the pearls.

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Dee is having a good rummage.

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I can't see it anywhere.

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Oh, there is it!

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Time is ticking away.

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And the girls are finding it hard to get out those pearls.

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Boys, which one are you going for?

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The red one?

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Over by the laundry.

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Ready and go!

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Well done, girls, let's get it in the chest.

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Well done. Yes!

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The boys are off to the next jewel.

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It's somewhere in the laundry.

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Don't let them have my jewels.

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I think Tunay knows where it is.

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-They're going to find it, Captain.

-They've got it!

-They've got it!

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You have to go for the last one, the white one.

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It's down in the lower deck and it's in the hammocks.

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As soon as the boys are back, off you go.

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Ready... Off you go, girls.

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Whoops, nearly had a bump there.

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Let's get it into the chest.

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Well done.

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Come on, you're got less than 30 seconds left.

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Time is running out

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and they're making a right mess looking for that last jewel.

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-15 seconds!

-Got it!

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They've got it!

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Oh, it's going to be close.

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Ten, nine, eight,

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seven, six...

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Yay!

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You did it!

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That was fantastic, well done.

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

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Oh, Gem,

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they stretched,

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they dug,

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they delved

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and the nearly ran into each other.

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But they did it! Not one,

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not two, not three,

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but four jewels were popped in the chest.

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What a result, the Swashbucklers won!

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CHEERING

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Well done, Swashbucklers,

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you won back all five of my jewels,

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thank you so much.

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

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There you go, Dee.

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And Nicholas.

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And Hiba.

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And Tunay.

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And one for me.

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Give my brave Swashbucklers a big cheer!

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CHEERING

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And now that we have all five of my jewels,

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you know what that means -

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it's time for one 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, Tunay.

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That's it.

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Will it be Cook with the white hat?

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Line with the red bandana?

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Or Captain Sinker with the black hat?

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It's going to be...

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the red bandana.

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It's Line!

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

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ALL: Walk the plank!

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ALL CHANTING: Walk the plank! Walk the plank!

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Walk the plank! Walk the plank!

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Walk the plank!

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CHEERING

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ALL: Urgh!

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Line looks so yucky covered in slop,

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the perfect way to end OUR story. See you next time on Swashbuckle!

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CHEERING

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# Hey-ho, Swashbucklers, go... #

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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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-Swashbuckle cheer!

-Arrr-harrr!

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Subtitles by Red Bee Media Ltd

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In the series finale, Nicholas, Dee, Tanay and Hebah take on the Stepping Stones and Tangled Net games in pursuit of Gem's jewels.

Captain Sinker attempts to write a book of her life as a pirate, but Cook and Line have very different memories of her than she does!


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