Leaky Landlubbers Swashbuckle


Leaky Landlubbers

Pirate-themed physical game show. The Ship's Mess is dangerously full and the tiniest drop could cause a messy disaster for Cook, Line and 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 I 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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The Swashbuckle cheer!

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-AUDIENCE:

-Arrr-harrr!

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Arrr-harrr!

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Whoo!

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Ahoy there, my 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 the Scarlet Squid.

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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 from those very pesky pirates?

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-AUDIENCE:

-Arrr-harrr!

-Brilliant.

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Now, where is Captain Sinker? Can you see her anywhere?

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AUDIENCE BOOS Oh, there she is!

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Oh, shush, you lot.

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I haven't got time for this.

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I've got a list of jobs as long as my arm

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for Cook and Line to do today. Now, where are they?

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Cook! Line!

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-BOTH:

-Yes, Captain Sinker, sir... I mean, ma'am.

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RUMBLING

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Whose grumbly tummy was that?

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It wasn't mine, Captain Sinker, I promise.

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My belly is full of delicious sloppy seaweed soup!

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It's sloppy AND seaweed-y!

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Well, where did that awful noise come from, then?

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I think it came from in there, Captain.

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It does look rather full, doesn't it?

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CLANGING AND RUMBLING

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We do put an awful lot of slop in there. Perhaps too much.

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CLANGING AND RUMBLING

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Captain's beard! It's going to burst!

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Abandon ship, abandon ship!

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Oh, no, sorry, Captain. That actually WAS my tummy that time.

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Oh, dear, that doesn't sound good.

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We better try to win back all of my jewels

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before the whole shipwreck is covered in slop! Yuck!

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

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Playing today, we've got Theo!

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Theo is six and loves playing tennis.

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He'll like Cook and Line, then - they're always making a RACKET!

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His Swashbuckle name is Wild Theo!

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Next, it's Maisie.

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Maisie is seven and likes gymnastics,

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especially the bars.

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Well, there won't be time for hanging around today.

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Her Swashbuckle name is Mess Maid Maisie!

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This is Blake.

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Blake is six years old

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and enjoys jumping on the trampoline,

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so expect to see him SPRINGING into action later.

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His Swashbuckle name is Blackbeard Blake!

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Finally, it's Libby.

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Libby is also six and enjoys playing Sleeping Lions.

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There's no lions today,

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but there is a parrot.

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Her Swashbuckle name is Lagoon Libby!

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AUDIENCE CHEERS

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Welcome aboard to my new team of Swashbucklers.

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So, you're here to help me win back my jewels

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from Captain Sinker? Brilliant!

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I need to make sure you are 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. Here we go.

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-Eye patch. AUDIENCE:

-Eye patch.

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-Pirate's hat. AUDIENCE:

-Pirate's hat.

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Swashbuckle cheer!

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-AUDIENCE:

-Arrr-harr!

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Well done, my hearties.

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I think you are ready. Squawk, what do we all have to do today?

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Squawk! You daring Swashbucklers need to work as a team

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as you take part in different pirate games.

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Every time you win a game,

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

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Win ALL FIVE jewels

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and one of the naughty pirates

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will walk the plank into the ship's mess!

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AUDIENCE CHEERS

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And here is our treasure chest

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ready to be filled with all my sparkly jewels

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when we win them back later from Captain Sinker.

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I'll be filling your treasure chest with slops.

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The jewels are mine now, and you won't be winning them back.

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We'll see about that, Captain Sinker. Squawk, what's the first game?

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The first game is...

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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

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to collect the pieces 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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AUDIENCE CHEERS

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

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There are six pieces altogether

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way over the other side of the stepping stones, in those crates.

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But look out, because Cook and Line will try to put you off

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by flinging fish and juggling with balls.

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If you fall in, you have to go back to the side

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that you were coming from. You have as long as it takes

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for the octopus to reach out across the screen

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and close the treasure chest to play the game.

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Libby and Blake, are you going first?

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-Are we ready to play? AUDIENCE:

-Arrr-harrr!

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Then, Swashbucklers, away! Off you go.

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Look out for the flying balls!

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Whee! Take it easy, Blake. It's very wobbly on the stepping stones.

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Brilliant. They've made it across. Well done.

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Oh, good! Yes!

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Slop some fish on them!

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Take your time, Blake. Easy now. Brilliant.

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So many fish!

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That's it. Well done. Theo, off you go.

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They've got the bottom part of the tree. Start building it.

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Oh, he's fallen! Oh, no.

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Well done, Theo. Can you stay on there? Brilliant!

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Well done! He's across.

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AUDIENCE CHANTS

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Come on over. It's very wobbly... Agh!

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Back to that side, Maisie. Well done.

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OK, Blake, off you go. Well done. Very good.

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Well done.

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-Careful!

-He's fallen in!

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What happened there?

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Come on over. That's it. Well done, Maisie.

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Brilliant! Libby, off you go. Excellent.

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So, we've got one, two, three, four bits!

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Two more bits over!

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We need the two extra leaves to come over.

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Brilliant! The palm tree's starting to take shape. Well done.

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Come on, Blake! You've got one minute left.

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-Go easy there, Swashbucklers.

-Ooh! He's fast!

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That's it. Keep going, Libby. You're doing really well.

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Yes! OK!

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Shall we help put those leaves in?

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Take your time. Here we go. Hoo-hoo! Just made it.

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Just put it in! Come on! Let's get it in.

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That's it! Nearly there.

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Pop it in!

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That's it, pop it in! Yes!

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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 showed the naughty pirates.

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Cook tried everything to stop the Swashbucklers crossing.

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He dumped a load of fish in front of Libby, but she just waltzed through.

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He put a barrel in Maisie's way

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but she kicked it aside,

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and he scattered balls as Theo whizzed by.

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The tree puzzle was built in plenty of time.

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Congratulations! You win!

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AUDIENCE CHEERS

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Well done, my hearties. You've won back our first jewel.

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Well done! So, Captain Sinker, you know the rule!

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-AUDIENCE:

-Send down a jewel!

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Oh, all right, you can have it, you jammy Swashbucklers!

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AUDIENCE CHEERS

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Oh, look, here comes the purple one.

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There you go, Blake.

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Let's get it in the treasure chest. Yay!

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So, we only need four more of those sparkly jewels

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and then one of the naughty pirates will have to

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walk the plank into the very smelly ship's mess. Ew-ew!

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Ah-ah-ah!

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As the ship's mess is so full,

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you mustn't put any more slop in it. Understand?

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Yes, Captain Sinker.

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A tiny drop could cause the ship's mess to burst

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and cover the whole shipwreck in smelly, stinky slime. OK?

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-Yes, Captain Sinker.

-Here's your list of chores.

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I need to find a way to stop this disaster.

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-Right, we've got to fold the sails.

-Check!

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-Scrub the decks.

-Check!

-Slop out.

-Oh...

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AUDIENCE GROANS

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DEEP RUMBLING

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Ooh.

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I saw that, Cook and Line! Captain Sinker won't be happy

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when she finds out you put even more slop into the ship's mess. Oh, dear.

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And she won't be happy if we win back another of my jewels,

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-so, Squawk, what's the next game?

-The second game is...

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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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AUDIENCE CHEERS

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And here are the soft-toy mice and rats

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that you need to find to play the game with.

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So, the small mice go into the small holes,

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and the big holes are for the big rats.

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Do look out, because Cook and Line will be trying to put you off.

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Look at Cook there, spinning around as an octopus.

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So, Theo and Libby, you're going to be the bouncing for me. Brilliant.

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So, Maisie and Blake, you collect the rats and mice,

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so let me give you those to start you off. OK. Are we ready to play?

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-AUDIENCE:

-Arrr-harrr!

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Then, Swashbucklers, away!

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Here we go!

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Oh, well done, Libby.

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Keep jumping there, Theo.

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Give it a big pull!

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Here you go, Blake. There's some down here, look.

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-Would you like some help?

-Hey! It's not you collecting them up.

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Well done, Blake, you're brave. Good throw, Theo.

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Oh, Cook, stop tickling me!

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SHE GIGGLES

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Stop it! I'm trying to help my Swashbucklers.

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Stop tickling Gem! That's not helping us.

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Thank you!

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Where are you? Argh!

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Whoa! They're mine, they're mine.

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Give it back!

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There are loads of rats and mice over here.

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Well done, Maisie!

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Agh! Agh! There are lots of mice and rats.

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We are halfway now, team.

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Keep going! That's it, Maisie. Good girl.

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You've still got about 12 more holes to fill, Swashbucklers.

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AUDIENCE CHANTS

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Oh, look!

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Spinning around.

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Collect some more! Blake, come and get some more!

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We just need the mice now.

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We need lots more mice.

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We just need some mice.

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AUDIENCE CHANTS

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Collect the little mice.

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There's about nine holes left.

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There's a mouse there, Maisie. There's one there. Round here.

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Oh, the board's filling up!

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Some more there.

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-And some behind you!

-Whoo-oo-oo!

-How many more can we...

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-Where's mine now? Where's mine now?

-Some down there.

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Blake, there's a mouse here. There's a mouse there.

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Last ten seconds coming up!

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Yes!

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We've made it. Well done, my hearties.

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

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I don't know what's got into Cook today.

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Dressed as that giant octopus,

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at first he tried to hide the rats and mice.

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Then he started tickling Gem

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and even tickled Blake and Maisie.

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But the Swashbucklers didn't mind.

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The board kept on filling up

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until there were no holes left. Well done, you win!

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AUDIENCE CHEERS

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Yes! Well done, Swashbucklers. You've won back our second jewel.

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So, Captain Sinker, you know the rule!

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-AUDIENCE:

-Send down a jewel!

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Oh, you can have the silly jewel.

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I've got plenty left.

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AUDIENCE CHEERS

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Oh, look, here's the white one.

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So, there we go, Maisie. Into the chest, please.

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Brilliant! Yes! Whoo-hoo!

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I can't hang about here.

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The ship's mess could burst at any minute

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and ruin my beautiful ship!

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The captain is going to be so angry

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when she finds out we've put more slop in the ship's mess.

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I know, and that rumbly noise is getting worse.

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I've run out of things to put the extra slop in!

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Maybe the captain was wrong about the slop

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leaking over the shipwreck.

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Surely, if there was that much slop in the ship's mess,

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-some of it would have leaked out already.

-C-C-C-Cook...

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-Maybe it just had a really bad tummy ache.

-Cook!

-What?

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-Oh!

-Oh, this is bad, this is bad.

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-Agh!

-What are we going to do?

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The captain's going to be down any second!

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OK. I'll go and see the captain

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if you stay here and... Ohh!

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GURGLING AND RUMBLING

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Oh!

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Oh! Ohhh!

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Oh!

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Wah!

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-Oh!

-Line!

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BOTH: Yes, Captain Sinker?

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It's remarkable!

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The noises have stopped

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and the level of slop has actually gone down a little bit!

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I think we're OK after all!

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I'm going to add a teeny-tiny bit of slop,

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just to check all is well.

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PLOP!

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CREAKING AND RUMBLING

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Ah, yes. There's quite a lot of slop in here.

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If you boys could just clean that up...

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BOTH: Yes, Captain...

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Ah-ha! There's a lot of slop there, but don't worry, Swashbucklers.

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Cook and Line will get it all cleaned up before we play

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the Shipwreck Rummage,

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because we need to win back three more jewels 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 marching. Put your hand on your heart!

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-Here we go! Eye patch. AUDIENCE:

-Eye patch.

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-Pirate's hat. AUDIENCE:

-Pirate's hat.

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Swashbuckle cheer!

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-AUDIENCE:

-Arrr-harr!

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Well done.

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It's the...

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Squawk.

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The aim of the game is to collect the rest of Gem's jewels

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that have been hidden around the shipwreck.

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Use the map because X marks the spot

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where each of the jewels can be found. 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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Brilliant. Now that the ship's mess has been fixed,

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we are ready to play the Shipwreck Rummage.

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We have to find three more jewels. Let me show you where they're hiding.

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On the top deck, we have the green jewel

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in one of Captain Sinker's treasure chests,

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on the middle deck, the blue jewel is somewhere in the crates

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of rats and mice, and on the lower deck,

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the red jewel is in one of the hammocks.

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Girls, you're going first. Which colour are you going for?

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-Green.

-Green.

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

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-ALL:

-Ahoy!

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Then, Swashbucklers, away!

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Off you go, girls.

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So, Libby and Maisie are first into the shipwreck,

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hunting down the green in one of Captain Sinker's treasure chests.

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They're out onto the first deck

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and make their way across the front of the shipwreck and up the slope.

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Look out for all those pearls!

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They've made it.

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Now to find which chest the jewel is in.

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Maisie's got it!

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They've got the green one so, boys, where are you going to go?

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-We're going for the red.

-Look out for the fish.

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Well done, Maisie. Off you go, boys.

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Blake and Theo race off in search of the red,

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as the green jewel makes it safely back to the chest.

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They're at the hammocks and searching quickly.

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Keep cheering, everyone!

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They're making a massive mess.

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Oh, it's on the floor! It's behind you!

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Blake's got it!

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OK, girls, I need you to get the blue one from the rats and mice, OK?

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That's it. Well done, Theo. Off you go, girls.

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Phew! How fast is this rummage?

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Four jewels are home, one more to find.

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It's the blue one in the rats and mice.

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Maisie and Libby have got as far as the cannonballs.

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Don't slow down now, girls. Time's running out!

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They've made it through and start climbing,

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as Cook pours pearls down the net!

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At last, they've reached the middle deck

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and need to start rummaging in those rodents.

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-COOK:

-Oh, you're not going to find it!

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-SQUAWK:

-I think they will, Cook!

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But they've got to be quick. Yes! Libby has found it!

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Get back to Gem as quickly as you can.

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You're nearly there!

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Brilliant! Come on!

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Keep going!

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Well done, Libby!

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That's it, Libby. Into the chest! That's it!

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Come on, in there. Come on! Yes!

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AUDIENCE CHEERS

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Well done, Swashbucklers.

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

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What a rollicking rummage that was.

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Maisie and Libby climbed all the way to the top deck

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and grabbed the green!

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The red jewel had fallen on the floor

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but Blake scooped it up to bring it home.

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And the girls got the blue from the rats and mice.

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Five jewels are in the chest, so you win!

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AUDIENCE CHEERS

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Brilliant. Well done, Swashbucklers.

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You've won back all of my jewels.

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Thank you so much.

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So, now I can hand them out to you to hold on to for me.

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There you go. Well done, Maisie.

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-And there's one for you, Blake.

-Thank you.

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-You're welcome. There you go, Libby.

-Thank you.

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And Theo, and a blue one for me! Let's hear it for my Swashbucklers!

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AUDIENCE CHEERS

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Now we've got all five of my jewels, you know what it's time for?

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One of the naughty pirates has to walk the plank.

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But who is it going to be? Ha-ha!

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Let's spin the wheel to see! Off you go, Theo!

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Big spin!

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Here we go.

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So, will it be Cook, with the white hat,

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Line with the red bandana,

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or Captain Sinker with the black hat?

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It's going to be...

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AUDIENCE CHEERS

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..Captain Sinker!

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GEM LAUGHS

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Oh, Captain, it's time for you to...

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-AUDIENCE:

-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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-Walk the plank!

-Oh...

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SPLAT!

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AUDIENCE GROANS

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GEM LAUGHS

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Oh, it's great to see the ship's mess full of yucky slop

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and one very naughty pirate. We'll see you soon

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for more Swashbuckle!

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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! AUDIENCE:

-Arrr-harrr!

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Theo, Maisie, Blake and Libby are the Swashbucklers tackling big physical games to win back Gem's jewels! The Ship's Mess is dangerously full and the tiniest drop could cause a messy disaster for Cook, Line and Captain Sinker.


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