Shellephone Swashbuckle


Shellephone

Pirate-themed game show. Cook and Line create a makeshift telephone using two shells and a string of seaweed, and play prank calls on an unsuspecting Captain Sinker.


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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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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 all aboard the Scarlet Squid!

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-Are you ready for a rip-roaring pirate adventure?

-Arrr-harrr!

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And will you help me win back my jewels

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-from those very naughty pirates?

-Arrr-harrr!

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Thank you. Now, where is Captain Sinker?

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-Can you see her anywhere?

-Boo!

-Oh, there she is.

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Yes, here I am. But where are my crew?

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Cook! Line!

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Yes, Captain Sinker, sir, I mean, ma'am!

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Wait a minute. Where's...the other one?

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He's over there, captain. Coo-ee!

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What are you doing over there?

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Sorry, captain, I can't hear you!

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Don't worry, I've got a new invention - the shell-e-phone!

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Ahoy there, Line. Can you hear me?

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Yes, I can!

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What are you doing?

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Well, I speak into this shell, the words travel along the seaweed,

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out the other end into Line's ear.

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Tell Line I need my socks.

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Ahem. The captain needs her socks.

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Aye-aye, shipmate!

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And a shirt.

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And a shirt.

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I got the socks.

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Oh, Cook and Line, I don't think

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you're going to need your shell-e-phone now, are you?

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But I need to call upon my Swashbucklers for some help.

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Squawk, who's helping me today?

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Playing today, we've got Alisa.

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Alisa is six and likes horses.

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Let's hope she gallops to victory later.

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Her swashbuckle name is Shipshape Alisa.

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Next it's Scott. Scott is also six and enjoys lying in bed.

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He'll need a lie-down after winning Gem's jewels back.

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His swashbuckle name is Sea Shanty Scott.

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Meet Penny. Penny is six years old and has a dog called Frankie.

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Maybe there will be a win to bark about today.

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Her swashbuckle name is Peg-leg Penny.

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Finally it's Elliott. Elliott is five and loves roller coasters.

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Let's hope the pirate games are a wild ride for him.

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His swashbuckle name is Long Beard Elliott.

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CHEERING

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Welcome aboard to my brand-new team of Swashbucklers.

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You're going to help win back my jewels from Captain Sinker,

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but I need to make sure you're all ready for the challenge

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by doing 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. AUDIENCE:

-Pirate hat.

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Swashbuckle cheer!

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-AUDIENCE:

-Arrr-harr!

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Well done, me hearties, you are ready.

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

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

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in different pirate games.

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Every time you win a game,

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

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Win all five jewels

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

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CHEERING

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And here is our treasure chest.

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When we get our jewels back from naughty Captain Sinker, we'll

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put them in here to keep them safe.

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I don't think so.

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The jewels are staying with me unless you win them,

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and that won't be easy.

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Well, we are ready to give it our best try so bring it on, Sinker.

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Squawk, what's the first game?

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The first game is Coconutty Raft.

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The aim of the game is to get six coconuts into the barrel.

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All you have to do is use your raft to collect the coconuts

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and then bull's-eye them into the barrel.

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But be careful, Cook and Line will be naughty and try to stop you.

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CHEERING

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And here is the barrel where you need to collect six of the soft

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coconuts which are way over there, the other side of the lagoon.

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But uh-oh, look out, because Cook and Line are about

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and will probably try to knock over your coconuts.

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

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and close the treasure chest to play.

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Boys, you'll go first. Elliott and Scott, going first?

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-Are we ready to play?

-Arrr-harrr!

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Then Swashbucklers away!

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That's it. Off you go, boys. Well done. That's it. Come on.

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Pull yourselves across. Come on, boys.

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Look out for those beach balls.

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Keep going. Nearly there.

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Great, now go collect those coconuts.

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Well done. Good work.

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OK, let's bring them back.

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Here we go. Well done, Scott.

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Good work, Elliott. Keep going.

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Oh, Line, you naughty pirate.

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Collect your coconuts, boys,

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and swap over, girls. That's it.

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OK, Scott, you ready? Have a shot.

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Ready? Go.

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Yeah! Well done.

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OK, Elliott, your turn. Here we go.

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And another one's in!

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And another one.

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Yeah!

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What? They've got three in already!

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We need three more. Very good.

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Here we go. Pull it across.

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Oh, so cheeky.

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Well done, you knocked two off the raft.

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You've only got two coconuts. Never mind.

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Collect your coconuts, girls,

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and swap over, boys. Here we go.

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Boys, off you go, collect some more.

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Never mind, Alisa. Off you go, Penny. Have a try.

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Is it bouncing back? We didn't get that one back, never mind.

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We still need three more coconuts.

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-Quick as you can, boys.

-They're not going to do it.

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Keep going, come on, keep going.

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Come on, Scott. Come on, Elliott.

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Well done. Quick. Pull! Pull!

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Collect your coconuts and swap over.

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Off you go, girls.

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Here we go, Elliott. You stand there.

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Oh, it bounced back. Have another go.

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Oh, no, try this one.

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Oh, no. I'll hold on for you. Last ten seconds.

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Ten, nine, eight...

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Yeah, another one in! Come on, girls. Quick as you can. We need two more.

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BELL RINGS

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Time's up! Well done, Swashbucklers!

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

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What a nutty game.

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The boys had three in the barrel in extra quick time.

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But then naughty Line did a double coconut knock-off.

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It didn't stop Elliott's super smiles, though.

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Scott sank another coconut but it wasn't enough.

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Great effort, Gem, but that's a lose.

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Oh, never mind, Swashbucklers.

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You tried really hard but don't worry,

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we could still win that jewel back a little later.

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You want to win this back? Not a chance, Swishbobblers.

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It's Swashbucklers, Captain Sinker.

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And we could still win back all five jewels and then one of you very pesky

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pirates will have to walk the plank into the smelly ship's mess.

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What are you doing, Cook? Get slopping out.

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Well, I can't, captain. I haven't got a bucket.

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I think Line's got one. I'll use the shell-e-phone.

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-Why don't you just call him?

-That's what I'm doing.

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No, just shout for him. Like this. Line!

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-Bucket?

-Oh!

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-I think I've got a bad line.

-I know the feeling.

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-AUDIENCE:

-Eurgh!

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Oh, dear. Sometimes I feel a little sorry for Captain Sinker.

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We want to play another game and try to win back one of my jewels.

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Squawk, what's next?

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The second game is Bouncy Sails.

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The aim of the 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 their 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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CHEERING

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And here 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 in the little holes

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and the big holes are for the big rats.

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-Alisa and Elliott, will you do the bouncing?

-Yes.

-Excellent.

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Over here, Scott and Penny, you collect rats and mice.

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Let me give you these to start you off.

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Look out for Cook and Line cos they'll try to put you off.

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Cook especially, spinning around in his octopus costume.

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He looks so funny.

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Are we ready to play?

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-ALL:

-Arrr-harrr!

-Then Swashbucklers away.

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Here we go.

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That's it. Well done, Alisa.

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Great work. That's it, Elliott.

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I'll be taking that.

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Don't let Line get them.

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Big throw, Elliott. Big throw.

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Thank you. Good work. There's some more there.

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Go on, Alisa. Good job.

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And some more, Elliott. That's it.

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Yeah, well done. Big pull.

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Look out for the octopus.

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How are we doing over here?

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Pop them all in the holes. Well done.

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Big throw, Alisa, good girl.

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Oh, Cook, stop it with your tentacles.

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Keep tickling them, Cook.

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-Come back with those.

-Halfway now, Swashbucklers.

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We need lots more mice. Lots of mice.

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Can you find little mice for me?

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We don't want the fish, Line.

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Elliott, there's a mouse there.

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I got a mouse!

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We just need small mice now.

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Here we go, Penny.

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Quick as you can. Just the mice.

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We just need mice. Alisa, some mice down there.

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That's it. These are all big rats.

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Lots of mice. Alisa, we need the mice, quick.

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Oh, it's going to be close.

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We need six more mice. There's another one.

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Last ten seconds coming up.

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Ten, nine, eight, seven...

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Quick, in the hole.

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..six, five, four, three, two, one.

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BELL RINGS

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Oh, time is up, Swashbucklers. Well done.

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

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What a boingy Bouncy Sails!

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Elliott got off to a rolling start.

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Cook was tickling with his tentacles

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but couldn't stop the Swashbucklers filling those holes fast.

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They had plenty of rats but they still needed more mice.

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It was close but, sorry, you lose.

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Don't worry, Swashbucklers,

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we can still win back all five jewels a little bit later, OK?

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Oh, Gem? I've got something green and shiny for you.

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-AUDIENCE:

-Boo!

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Oh, what is this? It's not a jewel, it's a...

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Eurgh! A lump of slop.

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I thought he could put it in the treasure chest instead of a jewel.

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No thanks.

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We'll soon fill my treasure chest with all of my jewels,

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then one of you naughty pirates will have to walk the plank.

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It's not going to happen.

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Meanwhile, where are my pirates?

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They'd better not be on that shell-e-phone.

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RINGING

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Where are those two?

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Oh.

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Hello?

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To whom am I speaking?

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Well, this is Captain Sinker of the Scarlet Squid.

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Ahoy there, Captain Sinker. I am calling from the...

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Important Pirate Federation.

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The Important Pirate Federation!

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Oh, how can I help you?

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There is a new rule.

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All captains must go on deck

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and shout, "I'm a pongy pirate!" at the top of their voice.

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-Really?

-Right away, please.

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That's a bit of a strange new rule

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but it is the Important Pirate Federation.

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THEY LAUGH

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I can't believe she fell for it.

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-CAPTAIN SINKER:

-I'm a pongy pirate!

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THEY LAUGH

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Oh, she's coming back. Quick, quick.

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Oh, a call from the Important Pirate Federation. How important am I?!

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RINGING

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Maybe it's them again.

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Hello. Captain Sinker speaking.

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Hello. This is Pirate Tickle Me Now.

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Tickle Me Now?

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OK, then.

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Ah! Oh, don't! Stop it!

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-Oh, that tickles.

-COOK AND LINE LAUGH

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Sh! Sh!

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RINGING

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-Hello?

-Hello, Cook. Hello, Line.

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I was wondering where you were.

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There's a bucket of slop in here. I'd like you to sort it out, please.

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BOTH: Yes, captain. We'll be right there.

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Actually, no, wait there. I'll send it through to you.

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Who's the pongy pirate now, eh?!

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All right, then, Swashbucklers.

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We still need to find all five of my jewels.

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It'll be tricky, so to get us ready

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let's do the Swashbuckle Salute one more time.

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Let me see you all marching.

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Put your hands on your hearts!

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-Here we go! Eye patch. AUDIENCE:

-Eye patch.

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-Pirate hat. AUDIENCE:

-Pirate hat.

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Swashbuckle cheer!

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-AUDIENCE:

-Arrr-harr!

-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 that

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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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CHEERING

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All right, Swashbucklers. You need to find all five of my jewels.

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Let me show you where they're hiding.

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On the top deck, we have the white jewel in the barrels of maps.

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On the middle deck, we have the red jewel over in the laundry.

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And we have the blue jewel in the crates of rats and mice.

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And down on the lower deck,

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we have the green jewel in the food store

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and the purple jewel over in the rope store.

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Alisa and Scott are going first. Which colour are you going for?

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-BOTH:

-Green.

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

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-ALL:

-Arrr-harrr!

-Then Swashbucklers away!

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They're off. Alisa and Scott are straight in the shipwreck,

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looking for the green jewel.

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Line won't make it easy for them, though.

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What a cheeky pirate.

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But she makes it through.

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Is it in there?

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Yes. She's grabbed the green jewel.

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They've got the green one. Where are you going next? Right at the top?

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That's it and off you go. Go, go.

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In the treasure chest. Well done, Alisa. Brilliant.

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Penny and Elliott are off as the green makes it safely back.

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They're after the white jewel now,

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as Penny races across the middle deck.

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Oh, Elliott's tripped up.

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-Cheer him on, everyone.

-All the way to the top.

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They've got to climb to the top deck

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where Captain Sinker is waiting for them.

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And it's in the barrel of maps.

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-Yes.

-Come on back, guys.

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We've got the white one. Where are you going next?

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-Red.

-The red one. All right.

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Come on down, guys. As quick as you can.

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Two jewels found. Three more to find.

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Off to the laundry. Off you go. Well done.

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Let's get that in the treasure chest. Well done.

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That's the white back. Now Alisa and Scott need to get to the laundry.

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The tentacle is halfway to the chest now, Swashbucklers.

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-We can do this.

-Cook is tipping beach balls on them but it hasn't worked.

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Alisa has got the red jewel.

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-They've got the red one. Where are you going next?

-Purple!

-OK.

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Quick, back to the chest.

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Don't stand around, Scott.

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There's still two jewels to go.

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Alisa, don't worry about your shoe. Gem can help you put that back on.

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Off you go. Let's get to the jewel in the chest.

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Elliott and Penny have rocketed to the rope store,

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as the red goes back where it belongs.

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Ignore Line, you two.

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There's not much time left.

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Oh, Elliott's got it.

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They've got that purple one.

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I need you to get the blue one in the crates of rats and mice.

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We're running out of time. Quick, quick. Go.

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Elliott and Penny are back, so off Alisa and Scott can go.

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Quick as you can. We're running out of time.

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There really isn't long left now.

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The purple is back, so just the blue jewel to get.

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Yes, Scott has got it.

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But will they make it back in time?

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Six, five, four, three...

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Hang on! Scott is going superfast.

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Can he get it in the chest?

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CHEERING

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That was so close! Squawk, you've got the bird's-eye view. Over to you.

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What a wild rummage.

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Alisa got the green jewel and Penny picked up the white.

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Alisa and Scott ran to get the red jewel

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and then Elliott pocketed the purple.

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On the slide, there were smiles, a missing shoe

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and a lightning-quick move from Scott

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making it back from the rats and mice in seconds.

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Five jewels home. Gem, that's a win.

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CHEERING

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That was a brilliant finish. Well done, me hearties.

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You've won back all my jewels so now I can hand them out for you.

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-Elliott.

-Thank you.

-You're welcome.

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-Alisa.

-Thank you.

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-One for you, Scott.

-Thank you.

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-And you, Penny.

-Thank you.

-You're very welcome.

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And the blue one for me. Let's hear it for my Swashbucklers.

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CHEERING

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And now we have all five of my jewels, you know what it's time for.

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One of these naughty pirates has to walk the plank.

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But who is it going to be?

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

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Big spin for us. Here we go.

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Will it be Cook, with the white hat,

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or Line with the 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!

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CHEERING

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So, captain, it's time for you to walk the plank!

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-ALL:

-Walk the plank!

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Walk the plank! Walk the plank!

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Walk the plank! Walk the plank!

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CHEERING

0:21:330:21:35

-ALL:

-Eurgh!

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Well, it was a close call

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but my Swashbucklers got Captain Sinker in the slop.

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We'll see you next time for more Swashbuckle, me hearties.

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CHEERING

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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, 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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Arrr-harrr!

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Aleeza, Scott, Penny and Elliott are the Swashbucklers tackling big physical games to win back Gem's jewels! Cook and Line create a makeshift telephone using two shells and a string of seaweed, and play prank calls on an unsuspecting Captain Sinker.


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