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Sandcastles

Pirate-themed game show. Captain Sinker wants to win a sandcastle competition, so sets Cook and Line to work.


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# A band of naughty pirates Took some jewels from me

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# I hid onboard 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, my 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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Done! Ha-ha!

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Whoo!

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Ahoy, there, my 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 all aboard the Scarlet Squid.

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

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Arrr-harrr!

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Great, and will you help me to win back my jewels

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from those very pesky pirates?

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Arrr-harrr!

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All right, then. Now, where is Captain Sinker?

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-Can you see her anywhere?

-There!

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-Oh, there she is!

-Boo!

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If you keep booing, I'll make the games even harder

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and you won't win ANY jewels!

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Cook! Line!

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BOTH: Yes, Captain Sinker, sir. I mean ma'am.

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Have you collected everything we need,

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for the Sandcastle competition?

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BOTH: Yes, Captain.

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Good, cos if we're going to win the Seven Seas Sandcastle Crown,

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we're going to need to have built

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the best sandcastle this side of the island!

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Wearing the crown, I will be the richest, most beautiful captain

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the Seven Seas have ever seen.

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Line, what are you doing?

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Nothing, Ma'am...

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Soon the golden crown will be mine...

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oh, ahem, ours.

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Hmm, that doesn't sound like teamwork to me, Captain Sinker.

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But it's now time to meet MY TEAM and try to win back MY jewels.

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So, Squawk, let's meet today's Swashbucklers.

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Playing today, we've got Peter.

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Yeah!

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Peter is seven and loves cars, so he'll be zooming around later.

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His Swashbuckle name is Bold Peter.

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-Next, it's Fay.

-Yay!

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Fay is seven and really likes maths -

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especially adding up.

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I hope she can count to five,

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because that's how many jewels there are.

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Her Swashbuckle name is Crow's Nest Fay.

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Meet Stephen.

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Yay!

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Stephen is seven and enjoys riding his bike,

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so I hope he has a WHEELY good time today.

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His Swashbuckle name is Terrible Stephen.

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-Finally, it's Halima.

-Yay!

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Halima is seven and loves playing on the swings at the park.

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She'll need to swing into action to win back Gem's jewels.

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Her Swashbuckle name is Starboard Halima.

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Yay!

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Ha-ha!

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Welcome aboard to my brand-new team of Swashbucklers.

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Great to see you all. Thanks for coming aboard

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to help me win back my jewels from Captain Sinker,

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but I need to make sure that you're all ready

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by doing the Swashbuckle Salute. So, let me see all you marching.

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Put your hands on our hearts...

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Here we go.

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-Eye patch...

-Eye patch!

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-Pirate hat...

-Pirate hat!

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Swashbuckle cheer...

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Arrr-harrr!

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Oh, yes, I think you're ready.

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-So, Squawk, what do we have to do today?

-Squawk!

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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, Captain Sinker will give you

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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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Arrr-harrr!

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And this is our treasure chest,

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so when you win back my jewels from naughty Captain Sinker,

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we'll put them in here to keep them very safe.

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I've got buckets of jewels and you won't win any of them.

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The games are far too tricky.

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Well, we've got buckets of energy to play the first game.

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Squawk, what is it?

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The first game is Stepping Stones.

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Squawk! The aim of the game is to build the palm tree.

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All you have to do is cross the rock pool to collect the pieces

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from the other side,

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but be careful of Cook and Line

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because they'll be trying to block your path.

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Yeah!

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And here's the picture of the palm tree that you need to build.

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There are six pieces, which you'll find over there

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at the other side of the stepping stones in those crates.

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But look out for naughty Cook and Line,

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because Line is flinging fish and Cook is dancing.

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How funny. Ha-ha! Now, if you do fall in,

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you have to go back to the side you were coming from.

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You have as long as it takes for the octopus to reach across

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the screen and close the treasure chest, to play the game.

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OK, so Peter and Halima, will you go first for me?

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-Yeah.

-Brilliant. Are we ready to play?

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Arrr-harrr!

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Then, Swashbucklers away!

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-BELL RINGS

-There we go.

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-Off to a flying start.

-Go, go!

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Yes, Peter.

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-Yes!

-Well done, Peter.

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Oh, good steady walking there, Halima.

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Oh, Peter is fast. OK, Stephen, off you go.

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Oh, he's very fast.

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Well done, Peter, that was so fast.

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Oh, he's gone in.

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All the way back over, Stephen.

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That's it. Oh, no, they're both in.

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That's it. Start again. Off you go.

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-Oh...

-Take your time, that's it.

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Watch out for Cook. Well done.

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And Fay, off you go, good girl.

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Oh, he's in again.

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Oh, come on, Stephen. You can do it. That's it. Take your time.

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You have to come this way.

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-He doesn't want to.

-Stephen, cross the barrel!

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A bit wobbly. That's it. Well done.

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Oh, keep going.

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Oh, no!

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Yes, he's fallen in again!

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Back again, Stephen, and off you go, Peter.

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-Back you go.

-Oh, watch out.

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Watch out. Oh-ho-ho!

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Nearly had a bit of a Swashbuckle crumble, there in the middle.

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We're halfway through our time, now.

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Well done. You're so speedy.

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OK, Halima, Off you go.

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That's it, take it easy, Stephen.

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-Whoa!

-Oh, no.

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Oh, he keeps falling in.

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-Back you go!

-Oh, no, Halima, come back this way!

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-Everyone's falling in.

-That's it.

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Well done, keep going.

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Right, take your time. That's it.

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Nice and steady.

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Well done, that's it.

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Oh, that's it, OK!

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Take your time, Stephen.

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We've got four pieces over.

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These are the last two that we need.

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Well done. Let's start building it up.

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Fay, can you help?

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Take it easy.

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-Oh-ho-ho!

-That was a close one.

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That's right,

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turn it round the other way.

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-The last bit of the trunk in, that's it.

-Oh, they're quick.

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Doing really well. We've got a bit of time left.

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Help each other out. Oh, there's one here that no-one's holding.

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-Yes!

-There we go!

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Arrr-harrr!

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-Oh...

-Well done, Swashbucklers, great work.

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

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What brilliant teamwork.

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Peter skimmed across those stepping stones in super-quick time.

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Fay pushed Cook's barrel out of the way so she could get past,

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and even though Stephen fell in once, twice, three times -

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no, four - he brought over the piece of trunk they all needed

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and the tree got built before the time ran out.

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Congratulations, Gem, you win.

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-Yeah!

-Yes!

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Brilliant work. Well done, Swashbucklers.

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You've won our first jewel.

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So, Captain Sinker, you know the rule...

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-send down a jewel!

-Send down a jewel!

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Oh, well, you'll need more than one jewel to win this competition.

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-Yeah!

-Yeah!

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All right, here it is. Oh, it's the green one. Brilliant.

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There you go, Peter, in the chest, please.

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-Yeah!

-Ha-ha!

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So, we only need four more of those lovely jewels and then one of the

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naughty pirates will have to walk the plank

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-into the stinky ship's mess.

-Ugh!

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Ugh!

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-CHILDREN:

-Ugh!

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Are you ready to build my sandcastles?

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Yes, we are.

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Have you got EVERYTHING?

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Yes, we do. Ta-da!

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My sandcastle-making kit.

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-Very handy.

-Wow!

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Don't you think you might have forgotten something really important?

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Oh, something to eat... seaweed sandwich?

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-A beachball? Swimming trunks?

-Sun cream?

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-No, sand! CHILDREN:

-Ha-ha-ha!

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Oh, poor Cook and Line, they never get things right.

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Come on, Captain, we want to play another game

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and win back another jewel. Squawk, what's the next game?

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The second game is Bouncy Sails.

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Squawk! The aim of this game is to fill all the holes

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with the soft toy rats and mice.

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All you have to do is bounce on the ship's sails

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and pull the ropes to release the rodents.

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Then your team-mates have to put them in the correct hole,

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but be careful - Cook or Line will be bouncing too

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and trying to stop you.

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Yay!

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And these are the soft toy mice and rats

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you need to find to play the game.

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The little mice go into the little holes

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and the big holes are for the big rats.

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OK, now, Stephen and Halima, you're going to be bouncing for me.

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Brilliant. The rats and mice will be collected by Peter and Fay,

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so let me give you these two here to start you off, OK?

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Now, do look out because Cook and Line will be trying to put you off -

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Cook especially, spinning around in his octopus costume.

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He looks so funny. Are we ready to play?

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Arrr-harrr!

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Then, Swashbucklers away!

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-BELL RINGS

-Great start there.

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Oh, well done, Halima.

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Well done, Stephen.

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That's it, Peter. Collect them all up

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and go, put them into the wall. Very good.

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That's it. Good jumping.

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-Big jump, there, Stephen.

-Yeah!

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LINE: There's rats everywhere!

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They are everywhere, Line.

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Watch out for the spinning octopus.

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That's it. Big throw.

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Keep going, that's it.

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Well done, Halima.

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The octopus has fallen down. Uh-oh.

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Oh, Cook, get up!

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Doing really well over here on the wall. That's it.

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Good work, Peter.

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-Well done, Fay.

-I'm protecting the wall!

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Fay, there's lots of here.

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Here you go, Peter.

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-Let's sweep them all up.

-Chase him!

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That's it, keep pulling them down.

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Ha-ha-ha!

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You're so silly, Cook.

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Cook, they're just running round you.

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Brilliant.

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OK, let's have a look over here.

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Still got quite a few holes we need to fill.

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Don't let that octopus put you off.

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Quick, collect up loads now that

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Cook's over there. That's it.

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Fay, come and grab lots of them.

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That's it. Loads.

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We need some more mice as well.

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-Make sure you've got some mice.

-Go the other way, it's too busy.

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You still need to fill up a couple of the rat holes.

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That's it, Fay. Over here. Quick. There's five holes left.

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-Don't need that one.

-Three more mice to go over this side.

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A rat in the middle. There's a rat hole there.

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Now we need four, five mice.

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We need five more mice.

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Oh, that board is filling up quickly!

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We're running out of time, quick.

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We need another mouse here.

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-Two more mice!

-Ten, nine...

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-Eight...

-Eight, seven, six...

-We need a mouse!

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-Five, four, three, two, one...

-A mouse, quick. Over here.

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-Well done, Peter. Yes!

-Oh...

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Brilliant! We just made it.

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Well done, Swashbucklers. Squawk, you got the bird's eye view.

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-Over to you.

-What a game.

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It was an up-and-down kind of game.

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First of all, Cook fell down in his octopus outfit.

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Then Peter was going so fast, he slipped over too,

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and Cook tumbled after. Ha-ha!

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Let's look at that again.

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Peter was much quicker at getting back to his feet though,

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and he whizzed past Cook.

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-The board filled up nicely...

-MICE SQUEAK

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..and with the last little mouse in place,

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I'm pleased to say, Gem, you win.

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-Yeah!

-Yeah!

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Wow! Well done, my hearties, you've won us back another jewel,

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so, Captain Sinker, you know the rule...

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-send down a jewel!

-Send down a jewel!

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Well, you can have this one

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but I'm burying the rest in the shipwreck.

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-Yeah!

-Yeah!

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Here it is. Oh, it's the purple one. Wow.

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There you go, Halima, pop it in the chest for me, please.

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-Yeah!

-Well done. Ha-ha-ha!

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Right, I'm off to see how my crew are getting on

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with their sandcastles. Hee-hee-hee!

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Right, you two, we need to get out onto the beach and build

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our sand... What on earth is going on here?

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Well, we remembered we needed some sand, Captain.

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But you build sandcastles where there's lots of sand...

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ON THE BEACH! You don't bring it all INSIDE...

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Oh, never mind, let me get a picture for the competition.

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Right, let me see what you've built.

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Ahem...

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Ah! I mean, it's...

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I'm not finished yet.

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I just need to add the little shell...

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All done!

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Let's see what Cook did. Oh!

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Wow! Oh, my goodness, it's perfect!

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Oh, I'll definitely win the competition now.

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But it's my castle, why can't I win?

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Oh, stop complaining, I'm the captain, it's mine really!

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Oh, and anyway, I'm the one

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who's going to look great wearing the golden crown.

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-There's just one thing missing...

-No, it's perfect,

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let me take a picture. All right...

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Oh... Oh!

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Get this bucket off my foot!

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Yeah, you're right, Line. It needs something

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-to make it look more piratey.

-BOING! BOING!

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THUD!

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Not quite the piratey look I was going for.

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Never mind, we can just build a new sandcastle together.

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Yay!

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Time for a shell-fie!

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Say, "Seashells!"

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She sells.

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-CHILDREN:

-Ha-ha-ha! Yeah!

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-Yay!

-All right, Swashbucklers, you still need to find three more

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of my jewels to make sure one of those pirates walks the plank

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but I need to make sure you are ready by doing

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the Swashbuckle salute one more time. Let me see you all marching.

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Put your hands on your hearts. Here we go!

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-Eye patch...

-Eye patch!

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-Pirate hat...

-Pirate hat!

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Swashbuckle cheer...

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Arrr-harrr!

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-Brilliant.

-Oh, well, I might not win the Sandcastle competition,

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but I will win the next game because it's the hardest yet!

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It's the Shipwreck Rummage.

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Squawk. 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 where

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each of the jewels can be found, 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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Yeah!

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OK, my hearties. You need to find three more of my jewels.

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Let me show you where they are hiding.

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Up on the top deck, we have the red jewel in one of the barrels of maps,

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then on the middle deck, the blue jewel is in the pool of pearls,

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and on the lower deck, the white jewel is in the food stall.

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OK, Peter and Fay, you're going first for me.

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-Which colour?

-Blue.

-The pool of pearls?

-Yeah.

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-All right, then. Are we ready to play?

-Arrr-harrr!

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-Then, Swashbucklers away!

-BELL RINGS

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And they're off.

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Ho-ho, all through those beachballs. Well done.

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Ho-ho, the beachballs are flying already

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as Peter and Fay race to the pool of pearls, and in they go.

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Now, to find that blue jewel.

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Peter has almost disappeared under the pearls.

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Cook is making it very difficult for them.

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-Got it!

-Stephen's got it.

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-Brilliant, Fay's got it.

-I'll swap you for a fish.

-No.

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-No, thanks, Cook.

-They've got it so where are you going next?

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-The red.

-The red, right at the top.

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Wait for them, then it's your turn.

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Wait for Fay and off you go.

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Brilliant. Well done.

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That's the blue safely back

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as Halima and Stephen make their way past the tumbling rats and mice

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to the top deck, and the red jewel.

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Halima is up the rigging but - oh, no!

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Stephen is stuck in the cannonballs.

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Let him get through, Line!

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Halima is on to the top deck, now,

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-and Stephen is free at last.

-Get out of there!

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It's in that barrel of maps, Halima.

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She has got it. Now, race back to Gem.

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Brilliant, Halima, bring it straight down.

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-Where are you guys going?

-White one.

-OK, white.

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Wait a minute for them to come back.

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You ready? Off you go.

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Brilliant, well done.

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-Yes. Very good.

-Yeah!

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So, just one jewel to find.

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It's the white and it's in the food store.

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Oh, he's pouring it all out. He's found the jewel!

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Peter has got it. Quick!

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Back to the chest.

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That it. Into the chest.

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-Hurry, the tentacle is nearly at the chest!

-That's it.

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-Yes!

-Yes!

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Woohoo! Well done, my hearties.

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

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That was exciting.

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Peter went swimming in the pool of pearls and bagged the blue jewel.

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Stephen got stuck in the cannonballs but Halima retrieved the red.

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Line couldn't stop Peter finding the white,

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and though it nearly got stuck in his bag,

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it was in the chest before the time ran out, so, Swashbucklers, you win!

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-Yeah!

-Yes!

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You did it. Well done, Swashbucklers.

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

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Now I can hand them out for you to hold on to.

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-There you go, Fay.

-Thank you.

-You're welcome.

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-Halima.

-Thank you.

-A red one for you, Peter.

-Thank you.

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-A purple one for Stephen.

-Thank you.

-And the blue one for me.

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Let's hear it for my Swashbucklers!

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Yeah!

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Now we have all five of these jewels,

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you know what it's time for -

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one of these pirates has to walk the plank, but who is it going to be?

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Let's spin the wheel to see. Off you go, Stephen.

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Will it be Cook with his white hat,

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or Line, wearing his red bandanna,

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or Captain Sinker, with the black hat?

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It's going to be...

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-Captain Sinker!

-Yeah!

-Ha-ha!

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So we have to say to the Captain...

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-Walk the plank! Walk the plank!

-Walk the plank! Walk the plank!

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Walk the plank! Walk the plank! Walk the plank!

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Walk the plank! Walk the plank!

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Yay!

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Ha-ha-ha-ha!

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Ugh!

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Ugh!

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Oh, we love it best

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when Captain Sinker ends up in the smelly ship's mess.

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We'll see you next time, my hearties. Bye-bye.

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Bye!

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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, 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!

-Squawk!

-Arrr-harrr! #

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Today's Swashbucklers, Peter, Faye, Stephen and Halema, take on the Stepping Stones and Bouncy Sails in pursuit of Gem's jewels. Captain Sinker wants to win a sandcastle competition, so sets Cook and Line to work. If only there was something piratey to finish off their design.


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