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Sinker's Letter

Pirate-themed game show. Cook and Line are writing a letter home and encourage Captain Sinker to do the same, so she explains her tricky family history in a song.


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# A band of naughty pirates Took some jewels from me

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# I hid onboard their pirate ship And sailed off out to sea

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# But they weren't watching where they went

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# And shipwrecked on the sand

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# I want to win my treasure back Will you give me a hand?

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-ALL:

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

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

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Will you help me win my treasure back?

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Yeah!

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-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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Well done.

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Ahoy there, my hearties. Welcome to Swashbuckle!

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Arrr-harrr!

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

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Are you ready for a rip-roaring pirate adventure?

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Arrr-harrr!

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And will you help me to win back my five jewels

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from those very naughty pirates?

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Yeah!

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Great. Now, where's Captain Sinker?

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Can you see her?

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AUDIENCE BOOS

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Boo all you like.

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You're not going to win any jewels this time.

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My crew are far too mean and tough.

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COOK AND LINE GIGGLE

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-Cook, Line. BOTH:

-Yes, Captain Sinker, sir.

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What are you doing with those feathers?

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They're not feathers, Captain. They're quills. For writing letters.

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And tickling.

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THEY LAUGH

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I'm writing a letter to my mum and my dad.

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I'm writing a letter home, too.

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It's the letter M. Mmm.

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It's my mum's favourite letter.

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She's got two of them. Mm, uh, mm. Mum.

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-Do you have a favourite letter, Sinker?

-I do actually.

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I have a letter that describes how I feel about you. The letter R.

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Because it sounds like aaaarrrrr!

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You're driving me crazy.

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Ooh, and I've got a favourite letter, too. It's W. W for winning.

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So, let's win back my jewels.

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Squawk, let's meet today's Swashbucklers.

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Playing today, we've got three Swashbucklers.

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Meet Kenny.

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He's seven years old and likes maps,

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so he should be fantastic at the Shipwreck Rummage.

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His Swashbuckle name is Wild Kenny.

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Next, it's Ifeoma.

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Ifeoma is also seven and loves skipping,

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so she should have lots of energy for the pirate games.

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Her Swashbuckle name is Sneaky Ifeoma.

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Finally, here's Lewis.

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Lewis is also seven and enjoys football

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and his goal is to win back all of Gem's jewels.

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His Swashbuckle name is Sea Lion Lewis.

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Welcome aboard to my team of three Swashbucklers.

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How are you doing today? Good to see you.

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

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from naughty Captain Sinker but I need to make sure

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that you three are ready by doing the Swashbuckle Salute.

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So, let me see you all marching.

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Put your hands 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.

-Arrr-harrr!

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Well done, my hearties. We 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

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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 will walk the plank into the ship's mess.

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And here is our treasure chest, where we will put my jewels

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when you win them back from naughty Captain Sinker.

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I'm not sending you any jewels today.

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The first game is far too tricky.

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Well, we are ready for the challenge, so you know what I say.

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Bring it on!

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The first game is Shivering Timbers.

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The aim of the game is to make the octopus jigsaw.

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All you have to do is walk along the plank to collect the jigsaw pieces.

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But be careful, Cook and Line will stop you from crossing

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and hide the pieces, too.

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And here's the picture of the octopus we need to piece together.

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There are eight pieces altogether

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but I've managed to put two in there to start you off.

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And the other six pieces are way over there

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

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And, if you fall in,

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

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You have as long as it takes for the octopus

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to reach out across the screen

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and close the treasure chest to play the game.

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We're going across in pairs.

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Ifeoma and Kenny, you're going first for me. Are we ready to play?

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ALL: Arrr-harrr!

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Swashbucklers away. Off you go. That's it.

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Come on, everyone, let's cheer them on.

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Careful, Ifeoma.

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Go on.

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Bet you can't get this piece.

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Well done, Ifeoma, you've got the first piece.

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But you can't get this piece.

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Keep going. Brilliant.

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Well done. There you go, Lewis.

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Get in their way!

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Well done, Lewis.

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Oh, no. Kenny's in your way.

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Easy does it.

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Yeah, good job.

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Well done, Kenny.

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Off you go, Ifeoma. Right, you've got the octopus's eyes there.

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Right, we need four more pieces over.

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Come on, Lewis, you're doing really well.

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And we're halfway with the time now, team. Brilliant.

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Good carrying on your head. There you go, Kenny.

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Right, we're going to get another piece in.

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We need two more pieces to finish this puzzle.

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That's it, Kenny. Bring it back as fast as you can.

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OK, Ifeoma, you can go again.

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There's a last piece that needs coming across.

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Watch out for a Kenny and Cook in the middle.

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As soon as they are back, we put the jigsaw together, OK?

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Hide the last piece, Line.

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Oh, line, stop hiding the pieces!

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We're running out of time. Come on, Ifeoma!

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Well done. That's it. Brilliant. Come on. And into the puzzle.

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Boys, help out.

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Ten, nine,

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eight,

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seven, six... Yay!

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Well done, Swashbucklers.

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

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That was picture perfect.

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There was brilliant balancing on the beam.

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Faultless footwork from Ifeoma and Kenny.

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And level-headed Lewis carried his piece of the jigsaw on his head.

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The team finished the picture in time. So, Gem, that's a win.

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

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So, Captain Sinker, you know the rule. Send down a jewel.

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Oh, all right, all right. I'm sending it now.

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ALL: Yeah!

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Oh, look, it's the white one. Fantastic.

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There you go, Lewis. Put it in the chest, please.

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Good work! Yeah!

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

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those naughty pirates can walk the plank into the smelly ship's mess.

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-Look what I found, Line. You're going to be so impressed.

-A bottle.

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Brilliant. I am impressed. That's just what we needed.

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Why do we need a bottle?

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So we can put our letters in it and then send them home across the sea.

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Cook, Line, have you slopped out yet?

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-Sorry, we haven't yet.

-Oh, Captain, have you written a letter, too?

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No, I haven't written a letter but I have drawn a picture

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to sum up how I feel about you.

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A picture for us. That's so nice.

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-Why are you looking so cross?

-Have you slopped out yet?

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-We forgot again.

-That's why I look so cross. Slop out, you buffoons.

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Well. I hope those pirates forget how to play the next game

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so that we can win back another jewel. Squawk, what is it?

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The second game is Tumbly Barrel.

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The aim of this game is to make a picture that matches what the

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pirate is wearing.

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All you have to do is run through the giant barrel,

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find the dressing up bits

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and bring them back to make your picture.

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But be careful. Cook or Line will be trying to make you tumble.

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And here is Line wearing the six items you need to collect.

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We are looking for a black pirate's hat,

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a red and white spotty eye patch,

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an orange beard,

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a feather earring,

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a blue and white spotty shirt

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and a seagull.

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SEAGULL BARKS

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And those are the six items that you can find

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through the tumbly barrel over there in those crates.

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But look out, because Cook is spinning that tumbly barrel

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and it might just make you tumble.

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Now, Lewis, you're going first for me? Brilliant. Are we ready to play?

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-Arrr-harrr!

-Then, Swashbucklers, away!

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That's it, Lewis! Oh, very speedy, well done.

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You're looking for the pirate hat, the seagull,

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the spotty T-shirt, the spotty eye-patch.

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Oh, the seagull, brilliant! Let's have that one. OK, well done!

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Ifeoma, off you go! Good work!

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Oh, brilliant running through there!

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Uh-oh, what's he up to?

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Don't just stand there, Line. Tip it in!

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There's some fish coming in the barrel.

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Here they come! Whoops!

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Oh, that's not going to help things at all! Good work, brilliant!

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OK, Kenny, off you go.

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We need the hat and the spotty eye patch and the orange beard

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and the feather earring.

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Oh, he's got it! You've got the orange beard, brilliant!

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Lewis, you're going to go back next. We need the eye patch.

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Keep going, Kenny. Yeah! Good work! Off you go!

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-Spin it faster, Cook!

-Three pieces over, we need three more.

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Keep going, that's it! Jump up and off you go again.

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Well done, team, yeah!

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Get the pirate hat...

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The pirate hat, brilliant!

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Ifeoma, we need to get the feather earring.

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Let's get the pirate hat on.

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The feather earring we need.

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Have a good look... Yes, yes, yes!

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And now we need the spotty eye patch, OK, Kenny?

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It's red and white... Oh, hahahaha!

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That's it, nearly there! Jump up, yeah! Kenny, off you go.

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We just need this last one back now. That's it, Kenny, keep going.

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We've got 20 seconds left. The spotty eye patch!

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The spotty one!

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Ten, nine, eight,

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seven... Quick, quick!

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Five, four, three... Quick!

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Didn't quite make it. Never mind!

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

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Terrific tumbling, Swashbucklers!

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Speedy Lewis was off to a flying start to bring back the seagull,

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but despite a skip and a jump, running on the spot

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and a final dash from Kenny, the time ran out.

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Sorry, Gem, you lose!

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It was so close!

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We didn't quite manage to get that eye patch on in time,

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but we could still get that jewel back a little bit later.

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Oh, Gem? I've got a special delivery for you.

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Ooh, what is this, Sinker?

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Some seaweed in a bottle?

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I'm trying to stop Cook and Line

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with their silly idea of sending a letter home

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so I'm hiding all the bottles I can find.

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Well, I wonder why Sinker doesn't want to write a letter home.

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-That's a lovely thing to do, isn't it?

-I've had enough of this!

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I'm going to find Cook and Line. Cook! Line!

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-There we go - both our letters are now in their bottles.

-Captain!

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-We're just sending our letters home. Would you like to send one too?

-No.

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Oh, come on, Captain.

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-We'll just make the second tide if we send them now.

-No.

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But why don't you want to write home to your mummy and daddy? Eh?

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I must be such a big disappointment to them and I'll tell you why.

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# My mother wanted me

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# To help the family

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# We found a little shop that was right next to the sea

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# What did you sell in the shop?

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# Ooooooooh

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# We sold seashells on the seashore

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# Big shells, little shells, shells galore

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# Shells on the shelves and shells on the floor

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# Mummy's seashell shop was the best, I'm sure

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# My father wanted me

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# To help the family

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# He had a little fishing boat he took out on the sea

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# Ooh, what did he catch?

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# Oooooooh

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# He caught shellfish by the seashore

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# He sold the shells in our seashell store

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# Shells on the shelves and shells on the floor

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# The Sinker seashell shop was the best, I'm sure

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CRASH!

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# He didn't understand

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# Why I wouldn't lend a hand

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# It just was not for me

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# I had to go to sea

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# I wish I could explain I feel I ought

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# They'll be cross I sailed away

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# No, they won't!

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# But I have some things to say

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# You know how you'll feel better

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# Why not sit and write a letter?

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# Dear Mummy and Daddy

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# I know you wanted me

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# To help the family

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# In the seashell shop or the fishing boat

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# But I had to go to sea

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# Ooooooooh

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# I couldn't sell shellfish shells any more

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# Not in the seashell shop on the shore

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# An urge to sail that I couldn't ignore

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# Has made me a pirate captain

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# I'm sure! #

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CHEERING

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"I hope you're proud of me. Your daughter, Captain Sinker."

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Oooh! "Kiss-kiss-kiss"!

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-Oh, I feel so much better!

-Time to send the letters.

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My letter!

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SPLASH!

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Line's letter!

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SPLASH!

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And Captain Sinker's letter.

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-You didn't put mine in a bottle?

-Did we put it in a...

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-No.

-No, we didn't.

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Grrrrrrrrr!

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It's the...

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

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that have 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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OK, you three, we need to find four of my jewels

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and here's where they're hiding.

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

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Then on the middle deck, the red jewel is over in the laundry.

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And the blue jewel is in the basket of sea creatures.

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And on the lower deck, the green jewel is over in the cannonballs.

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Now, Lewis, we're going to go one at a time.

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Will you go first? Brilliant!

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-Which colour are you going for?

-Blue.

-All right.

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Are you ready to play?

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-AUDIENCE:

-Arr-harr!

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Then Swashbuckler away!

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Come on, Lewis, we can get those jewels back.

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There's four jewels to find

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and Lewis is heading to the basket of sea creatures

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to get the blue one.

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That sneaky Line, emptying a barrel!

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And Cook's waiting to surprise him.

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-Keep going!

-I don't think you're going to do it!

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I think they're going to do it because he's got the blue jewel!

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-Which colour?

-Purple.

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Right to the top, all right then! Well done, Lewis, off you go!

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Good work, let's get it in the chest.

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Brilliant, well done!

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Oops! Keep going, Ifeoma.

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-And watch out for Cook's beach balls!

-Keep going!

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-All the way at the top!

-Ifeoma's heading for the purple jewel.

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-Pull yourself up!

-Keep going!

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-Shove it, Sinker!

-Ha, you tell her, Ifeoma!

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Yes, she's got the jewel!

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Great. Kenny, you have to go next. Which one are you going for?

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-Green.

-The green one? Great.

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Ready? Off you go! Good work!

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The purple's safely back as Kenny reaches the cannonballs

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in search of the green jewel.

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Oh, no, the Captain doesn't want you to look in there.

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Ignore naughty Line! It must be in that sack somewhere.

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He's found the jewel!

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You need to get the red one in the laundry, OK?

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Off you go, really fast now!

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Brilliant! That's it, good boy.

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Brilliant! One jewel left to find!

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-Lewis is heading for the laundry.

-Oh, you're running out of time!

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-I don't think you're going to do it!

-That's right, have a good rummage.

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Oh, it's fallen down!

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It's on the floor! On the floor!

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Yes, come on!

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Yes, Lewis has got it. Quick, back to Gem!

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The tentacle is almost at the chest. Down he comes!

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In the chest, in the chest!

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-Here we go!

-CHEERING

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We've made it, brilliant! Squawk, you've got the bird's-eye view.

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-Over to you.

-The brave Swashbucklers rummaged one by one.

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Lewis set the pace with an easy find in the sea creatures.

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Ifeoma wasn't put off by the pirates and picked up the purple.

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Kenny grabbed the green and Lewis raced home with the red.

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All five are safely back. Gem, you win!

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Well done, my hearties! You won back all five of my jewels.

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That's brilliant! So now I can share them out with you.

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-There you go, Ifeoma.

-Thank you.

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You're welcome. A red one for you, Lewis.

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-Thank you.

-And green for Kenny.

-Thank you.

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And look, two for me. Let's have a big cheer for my Swashbucklers.

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CHEERING

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And now we have all five of these sparkly jewels,

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you know what it's time for -

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one of these nasty pirates has to walk the plank!

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But who's it going to be? Kenny, let's spin the wheel to see.

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Will it be Cook with the white hat,

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Line with the red banana or Captain Sinker with the black hat?

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It's going to be...

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..Line!

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Ohhhhh!

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It's time for Line to...walk the plank!

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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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CHEERING

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A naughty pirate in the ship's mess?

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Now, that is something to write home about.

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We'll see you next time for more Swashbuckle!

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# Hey-ho, Swashbucklers, go

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# Take on the pirates, yo-ho-ho

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# Hey-ho, Swashbucklers, go

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# Take on the pirates, yo-ho-ho

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# Hey-ho, Swashbucklers, go

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# Take on the pirates, go-go-go

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# Swashbuckle cheer!

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# Arrr-harrr! #

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Kenny, Ifeoma and Lewis are the three Swashbucklers tackling big physical games to win back Gem's jewels! Cook and Line are writing a letter home and encourage Captain Sinker to do the same, so she explains her tricky family history in a song!


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