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Maps - the Way to Do It

Pirate-themed physical game show. Captain Sinker attempts to teach Cook and Line how to read a map by setting them a course to navigate in the cabin.


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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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-AUDIENCE:

-Arrr-harrr!

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

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Are you ready for a rip-roaring pirate adventure?

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-AUDIENCE:

-Arrr-harrr!

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And will you help me to win back my jewels

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from those very naughty pirates?

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-AUDIENCE:

-Arrr-harrr!

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Great!

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Now, where is Captain Sinker? Have you seen her anywhere?

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-Boo!

-There she is!

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Oh boo to you too! I've made the games extra hard today!

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Now, where are my shipmates? Doing their chores, I hope!

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-Cook! Line!

-Yes, Captain Sinker, sir?

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I mean ma'am!

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And another raisin...

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and another raisin...

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and another raisin, and I'm here!

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Cook, why are you leaving a trail of raisins?

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I've come all the way from the cabin to the Ship's Mess

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and I don't want to get lost.

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The raisins will help me find my way back.

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How can you get lost on the shipwreck? We live here!

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Oh, I get lost all the time.

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Now, all I need to do is follow the trail of raisins and...

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Wait! They're gone!

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Sorry. Aaah, I'm lost!

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Oh, you two! Pirates don't use raisins to find their way around!

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They use...

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maps.

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Now go to the cabin and don't get lost.

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Right you are, Captain!

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Erm, the cabin's this way.

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Oh, dear, Captain Sinker. If they do get lost,

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you'll have to find yourself some new shipmates! Brilliant!

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It's time to find my Swashbucklers. Squawk, let's meet them.

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Playing today, we've got Geo!

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Geo is six years old and enjoys putting together cities

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with his building blocks.

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Let's hope the Swashbucklers put together a win today.

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His Swashbuckler name is Dynamite Geo.

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Next, we've got Harrison.

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Harrison is also six and loves playing with his toy spider,

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so he'll be great at creeping and crawling

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around the Shipwreck Rummage.

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His Swashbuckle name is Hammock Harrison.

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This is Cohen. Cohen is six years old and a big fan of motorbikes.

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I hope he has a "wheelie" good time today!

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His Swashbuckle name is Captain Cohen!

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Finally, meet Jasmine.

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Jasmine is six and loves running with her dad in the park.

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Great practice for running circles around Cook and Line!

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Her Swashbuckle name is Jewel Jasmine!

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Welcome aboard to my new team of Swashbucklers.

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So you're going to help me win back my jewels from Captain Sinker.

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I need to make sure you're ready by doing 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.

-Eye patch.

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-Pirate's hat.

-Pirate's hat.

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-Swashbuckle cheer. AUDIENCE:

-Arrr-harrr!

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Well done, me hearties, we're ready for the challenge.

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Squawk, what do we have to do to today?

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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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Eurrrggghhhh!!

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And here is our treasure chest.

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So, when you win back my jewels from Captain Sinker,

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

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I'm not losing my jewels today.

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You'll find the first game very tricky.

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We like a challenge, Captain Sinker, so bring it on!

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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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Here is the barrel where you need to collect six of the soft coconuts

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which are way over the other side of the lagoon, underneath the palm tree.

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But look out for Cook and Line, cos they will try to put you off.

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

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

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Jasmine and Geo, will you go first? Brilliant! Are we ready to play?

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-Arrr-harrr!

-Then, Swashbucklers away! Off we go, that's it.

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Good work. Here we go, that's a good start.

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Well done, look out for those beach balls.

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Oh, they are quick.

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Here we go. That's it, keep going, big pull.

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Well done.

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I'm going to nab a coconut off you!

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That's it, well done, you guys, doing really well.

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That's it, pull, pull, pull.

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Well done. Now collect up your coconuts.

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Brilliant, and then wait for me to throw them, OK? Wait for me.

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That's it, off we go, Harrison, onto there.

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Brilliant, well done, off you go.

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Right, let me take that off you, and off you go, have a good shot.

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Try again with this one. Ready and go.

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Never mind. Jasmine, your turn.

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Ready, big throw.

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It bounced back, never mind. Have another turn.

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That was a good try. Come on, team.

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The tentacle is halfway to the chest.

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Keep going, Cohen. Come on.

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-Harrison, are you waving?

-Oh, hello!

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Ready? Nearly there, OK, swap over.

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Collect up your coconuts. I've got them here for you. Ready?

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That's it, down you come. Brilliant. I'll hold that one for you.

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Are you ready, Harrison? Let's watch it. Yes, one went in, good work.

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Look up here, another one is in.

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Now it is your turn. One, two, three.

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A good try. Now try this one. A big throw.

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Never mind. We can go back on the raft now.

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-More swapping over.

-I don't think they are going to do it.

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Good work. Well done, boys.

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Right, then, good waiting. Thanks, Jasmine, off you go, a big throw.

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Try again, it's the last ten seconds.

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And again, another throw.

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Eight, seven, six... Try again.

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..five, four... Oh, that was a close one. ..two, one.

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Time is up. Well done, me hearties.

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

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Great efforts, Swashbucklers.

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Jasmine and Geo started off quickly and when Cohen and Harrison

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were on their way back, Harrison even had time

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to charm Captain Sinker.

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There were plenty of shots at the barrel

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but only two pesky coconuts went in.

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Sorry, Gem, you lose.

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Never mind, Swashbucklers. That was a tricky game.

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Don't worry, we could still win that jewel back later.

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Oh, yes, you lost that game, Gem, better luck next time.

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Well, thanks for that, Sinker.

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We could still win back all of my jewels and then one of you

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naughty pirates will have to walk the plank into the Ship's Mess.

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Cook! Line!

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Up here, Captain Sinker, sir.

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He means ma'am!

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I mean ma'am!

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But what are you doing there and there?

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You should be here, slopping out into the Ship's Mess.

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Be right with you.

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Cook, we've found our way to the Ship's Mess!

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Hang on a minute, this doesn't look like the Ship's Mess!

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And it doesn't smell like the Ship's Mess either.

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Right, there's nothing else for it -

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I'm giving my crew a crash course on map reading.

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Sounds like they're going to need it, 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 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, pearls will be poured onto you

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and Cook or Line will swap the creatures around.

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And here are the pictures of the soft toy sea creatures you need to find.

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We are looking for a lobster, an octopus and a seahorse.

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There are two of each -

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six altogether stuck up in the tangly net -

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but do look out because Cook and Line will be trying to put you off.

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Harrison has chosen not to play this game, so you can do it, can't you?

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-ALL:

-Yes!

-Brilliant!

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He'll be cheering you on with your friends.

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Boys, you're going first for me? Are we ready to play?

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-AUDIENCE:

-Arrr-harrr!

-Then, Swashbucklers away.

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Let's go, Jasmine.

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That's it, boys, well done.

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Six sea creatures to collect.

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That's it, climb all the way up, boys.

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That's it, look out for Cook and those fish.

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Well done, Geo, we've got the seahorse, brilliant.

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Well done, Cohen, come down.

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And off you go, Jasmine, good girl.

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That's it, good work, Geo. Come down.

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Oh, no, the pearls are coming down.

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Brilliant, well done, Jasmine.

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Come on, Geo. Brilliant work. We've got two down, four to go.

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And another one down. Great work, Jasmine.

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Geo, off you go again for me.

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We need to get right to the top now

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to get another seahorse, another fish and there is one more lobster,

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-right at the top.

-Switch them over, Line.

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It's too high up here, you'll never make it to the top!

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Well done, Jasmine, keep an eye on that cheeky Line over there.

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That's it, go for the octopus there, or the seahorse.

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You've got a lobster!

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Brilliant, well done. Give it a big pull, Geo.

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Yeah, you are down, Cohen, well done.

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How about some pearls to slow you down?

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-Wheee!

-Oh, she is a very fast climber.

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That's it, Jasmine, let's get the octopus as quick as you can.

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The tentacle is nearly at the chest. You can do it, good girl.

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-They only need one more.

-Cohen, we've got the last one coming down.

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You have to be quick, you are running out of time.

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That's it, Jasmine, last ten seconds are coming up.

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Ten, nine, eight, seven...

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That's it, get it in the basket. ..six, five, four, three...

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CHEERING

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Well done, so proud of you, Swashbucklers.

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

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Tangle-tastic!

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Geo and Cohen started quickly and got the first two creatures.

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Sneaky Line switched a lobster but Jasmine had it covered.

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The pouring of the pearls did not put Jasmine off.

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She grabbed the final octopus,

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rocketed back down and whizzed round Gem to the basket.

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That's a win!

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Well done, Swashbucklers, you have won back our first jewel.

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

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-ALL:

-Send down a jewel!

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Well, I might have lost this time but you won't be so lucky next time.

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CHEERING

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Wow, look, it's the purple one.

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There you go, Jasmine, in the chest, please. Brilliant.

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Right, I think it's time to give my crew a crash course in map-reading.

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Right, time I made proper pirates out of you.

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I have made a fiendishly difficult obstacle course.

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You need to go around the mops and dodge the seaweed

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and then step over the buckets of slop.

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Cook, you will give directions from the map and Line,

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you will listen to Cook's directions but with your eyes covered up.

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Easy...

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Peasy!

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They'll never do it.

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OK, Line, first of all, you need to walk on the ceiling!

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Simple.

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Hang on, hang on.

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Oh! Let's start again.

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-OK.

-OK, off you go.

-OK.

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-Now, go left.

-Left.

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-That's right!

-Oh sorry, right.

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No, left is right.

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Left is right.

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Oh, this makes perfect sense!

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Oh, he didn't hit the mops! Look, we haven't got all day, hop to it!

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Hopping to it, Captain!

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This map is making my head spin.

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And, spin!

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-We did it!

-We did? I mean, we did!

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This map-reading business is easy...

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..peasy!

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That was an accident! You didn't even read the map properly!

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Right, I'll prove you two can't read maps - you can both direct me.

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Right, Captain, go forward.

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Right, forward. Oh!

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Yuck!

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Who left that there?

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Left? Oh, not another mop!

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-Read the map!

-OK, go forward.

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-Forward.

-Oh, no, not that way, the other way.

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-The other way?

-No, no, no, no!

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-What I meant, the first time...

-The first way?

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-No, no, no, no! But now, go round it.

-Go round.

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OK, Captain, you need to take one big step backwards.

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Watch out for the bucket!

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-OK, OK, lift that foot up...

-Lift it up.

-No, put that one down.

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Well done, Captain. You did it!

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You two are hopeless at reading maps.

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Thanks, Captain, that means a lot.

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-Where can I go to clean up?

-This way.

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Maybe the Captain needs a map.

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OK, Swashbucklers,

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we still need to find four more of my jewels in the final game

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so to get us ready, 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 hand on your heart.

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-Here we go. Eye patch.

-Eye patch.

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-Pirate's hat.

-Pirate's hat.

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-Swashbuckle Cheer. AUDIENCE:

-Arrr-harrr!

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Well done, everyone.

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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 where

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each of the jewels can be found.

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

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

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OK, me hearties, you need to find four more of my jewels.

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Let me show you where they're hiding.

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Up on the top deck, the red jewel is one of the barrels of maps.

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The green jewel is on the middle deck over in the laundry

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and on the lower deck, we have the blue jewel in the food store,

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and the white jewel in the rope store.

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Geo and Cohen, which one are you going for?

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-BOTH:

-Green.

-The green one?

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All right then. Are we ready to play?

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Arrr-harrr!

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Then, Swashbucklers away! Off we go.

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-Come on.

-Geo and Cohen are super speedy.

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They are heading for the laundry and the green jewel.

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It's a barrage of beach balls but it is not slowing the boys down.

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Geo has got it.

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They've got the green one so where are you guys going to go next for me?

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The blue one in the food store? OK, wait a minute.

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-Slide, boys, as quick as you can.

-Off you go.

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That's it, of you go. Let's pop it in the chest.

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That is the green jewel safely back in the chest.

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Harrison and Jasmine are after the blue in the food store.

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And Jasmine has got it.

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They've got the blue one, where are you going next?

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The red one, OK, that's it.

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Back you come, Harrison and Jasmine, good work.

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Geo and Cohen are off, looking for the red jewel.

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Two jewels found, and two still to get.

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Wow, the boys are racing across the middle deck,

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now climbing to the top.

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I am scared, Captain.

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Cohen has gone straight to the barrel of maps

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and he is tipping it all out, great idea.

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-There we go.

-Yes, he's got it.

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They got the red one,

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I need you both now to go for the white one in the rope store.

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-OK, ready, off you go.

-The tentacle is getting close to the chest.

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But there is only one white jewel left to find.

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Jasmine is already at the rope store and she has found it.

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That's it, they've got it, let's put it in the treasure chest.

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-Yeah, here we go.

-Just got to pop it in the chest.

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Brilliant work, well done.

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

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Fantastic rummaging, Swashbucklers.

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Geo and Cohen got to the laundry in double-quick time

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and grabbed the green jewel.

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Jasmine bagged the blue and Harrison brought it back to the chest.

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Geo emptied the barrel to find the red

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and Jasmine dodged the pearls to get the white.

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All the jewels back in the chest, Gem, it's a win.

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Swashbucklers, you were fantastic, thank you

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so much for winning back all of my jewels.

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It's almost time to walk the plank, Harrison, but before we do,

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I want to hand out my jewels, so you can hold on to them for me.

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There you go, Geo. There is one for you, Jasmine.

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There you go, Harrison, and a purple one for you, Cohen.

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

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Now it is time to see which of those naughty pirates is going

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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, Cohen.

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Big spin, all right,

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will it be Cook with the white hat or Line with the red bandanna

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or Captain Sinker with her black hat?

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It's going to be...

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..Line.

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

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Walk the plank! 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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It's always great when one of those naughty pirates

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finds their way into the smelly Ship's Mess.

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See you next time for more Swashbuckle!

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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, yo-ho-ho!

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

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-Swashbuckle cheer! ALL:

-Arrr-harrr! #

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Captain Sinker attempts to teach Cook and Line how to read a map by setting them a course to navigate in the cabin. Meanwhile, the Swashbucklers are aiming to win back all Gem's jewels and earn the right to see one of the pirates walk the plank into the Ship's Mess!


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