Handbook Havoc Swashbuckle


Handbook Havoc

Pirate-themed physical game show. A hungry bookworm has munched its way through Captain Captain's pirate handbook.


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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!

-AUDIENCE:

-Arrr-harrr!

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Ahoy there, my hearties. Welcome to Swashbuckle.

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-ALL:

-Arr!

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I'm Gem, and it's great to have you all aboard.

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-ALL:

-Arr-harr!

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Are you ready for a rip-roaring pirate adventure?

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-ALL:

-Arr-harr!

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Brilliant. Now, Captain Sinker is off on her holidays.

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I wonder what she's up to.

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BUZZING

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Well, Captain Sinker may be busy relaxing on her holiday,

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but there's no time to relax around here.

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She's left a very strict Captain Captain guarding my jewels.

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"As the two pirates washed the decks, they dreamt of a day

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"where they would once again sail the Seven Seas with the wind

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"in their hair and a telescope at their eye."

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Cook, what are you reading?

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It's a book about two pirates who have been shipwrecked on an island

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with a really strict captain who makes them do loads of jobs.

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Yeah, we don't know why,

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but we really feel like we understand the story.

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Cook, Line!

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I need my boot polishing.

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-Now!

-"And then the captain said, 'Polish my boots!'"

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Are you still reading silly stories?

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She sounds horrible!

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The only book that you need to read is this.

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The Pirate Handbook.

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That I wrote.

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It's full of wonderful rules.

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-Urgh!

-Oh, it looks like it's full of holes to me.

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Oh, no! Probably the work of a hungry bookworm.

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My beautiful Pirate Handbook!

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-Fix it!

-Will do.

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Immediately!

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I wonder if Captain Captain has read the story

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of four brave Swashbucklers who win back all of my jewels?

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Well, it's time to read that story so, Squawk, let's meet today's team.

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Playing today, we've got Avias.

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Avias is seven years old and he enjoys playing hide and seek.

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His Swashbuckle name is Fearsome Avias.

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Next it's Amy!

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Amy is six and she loves building sandcastles on the beach.

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Her Swashbuckle name is Captain Amy Redbeard.

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This is Regan.

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Regan is seven years old.

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His favourite food is curry.

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His Swashbuckle name is Rapid Regan.

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Finally, meet Prince.

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Prince is also seven and he likes riding his bike.

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Let's hope that the Swashbucklers are good at the pirate games today.

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Prince's Swashbuckle name is Mischief Prince.

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CHEERING

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Welcome aboard to my newest team of Swashbucklers,

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here to help me win back all of my jewels.

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So, I need to make sure that you are ready for the challenge,

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so let's do 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. ALL:

-Eye patch.

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-Pirates hats. ALL:

-Pirates hats.

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Swashbuckle cheer.

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-ALL:

-Arr-harr!

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Ha-ha! I think you're ready. And, hey, look down here.

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This is our treasure chest and when you win back all of my jewels we'll

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keep them here to keep them safe, OK?

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I don't think so.

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A worm may have got to my Pirate Handbook,

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but my jewels won't be worming their way to you.

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-ALL:

-Boo!

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Well, I think you'll find that they are my jewels,

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Captain Captain, and my Swashbucklers here

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are going to help me win them back, aren't you?

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-SWASHBUCKLERS:

-Yeah!

-So, Squawk, what's the first game?

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The first game is Shivering Timbers.

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The aim of the game is to make the treasure chest 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.

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Cook and Line will stop you from crossing and hide the pieces, too.

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Good luck, Swashbucklers. Thanks, Squawk.

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And here's the picture of the treasure chest

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that you need to build with the eight pieces.

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And I've managed to sneak two in there to start you off.

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But the other six are way over there, the other side of the plank,

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where Cook is lifting them up,

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so you might have to jump high to get them,

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and look out for Line as well because he may try to put you off.

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And if you do fall in, don't worry,

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just go back to the side that you are coming from, OK?

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

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screen and close the treasure chest to play the game, so Amy and Regan,

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-will you go first for me? BOTH:

-Yes!

-Brilliant.

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-Are we ready to play? ALL:

-Arr-harr!

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Then Swashbucklers away! BELL RINGS

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Come on, we can do this!

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That's it. Great start, Regan.

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Well done, Amy. Well done for stopping it. Good girl.

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OK, Regan carrying across the first piece.

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Prince, you're going to go next, when Regan gets back.

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Ready, and off you go.

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Now, be careful, Prince, Amy is coming too.

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That's it, Amy. Keep going.

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Well done. Good girl. You're doing really well.

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That's it. You're nearly there.

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OK, Avias. Oh!

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Prince went in at the last minute.

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Hide a piece, Cook.

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We're halfway now, Swashbucklers.

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Good job.

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Ho-ho-ho, he's in again.

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Back to the other side.

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Be careful, now. Don't both fall in.

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We need these pieces. Hang on a minute, Amy. Hang on a minute.

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That's it. Well done, Prince. Off you go, Amy.

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Watch that ball, out the way. That's it. Brilliant teamwork, boys.

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Well done. Keep going.

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The last ten seconds.

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Nine, eight, seven, six, five, four, three...

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Into the picture frame. Put it in place.

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BELL RINGS

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Oh, time is up. Come on over here, team.

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

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It was a speedy Shivering Timbers.

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Regan was the first to whizz across.

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Then Prince ran so fast that he ran off the plank.

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Then he did it again.

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The Swashbucklers played by the rules

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but didn't get enough pieces in time.

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Sorry, Gem, it's a lose.

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Aw! Swashbucklers, you tried so hard,

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but that puzzle was very tricky, wasn't it? But, don't worry,

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there's still time to win that jewel back a little bit later, OK?

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WHISTLE

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I may not have my precious Pirate Handbook,

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but I do get to keep one of your jewels.

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LAUGHS

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-BOOING

-Better luck next time, Gem.

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Well, we'll soon have one of you naughty pirates

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in that smelly ship's mess, Captain Captain.

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Cook, Line, have you fixed my Pirate Handbook yet?

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-All done, Captain Captain.

-Excellent work, boys.

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What?

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What's this? I can't read this! It's full of seaweed.

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Of course you can read this.

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-CLEARS THROAT

-"Rule 22.

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"All SEAWEED pirates must keep their SEAWEED in their SEAWEED."

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That's actually a really good rule.

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LOUD SPLASH

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Well, there's only one thing for it.

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You two will have to write out my Pirate Handbook again.

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You do know all of the rules, don't you?

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-BOTH:

-Of course, Captain Captain.

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Excellent. I expect it done by the end of today.

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Oh, dear, I think Cook and Line are going to need some help

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writing that new Pirate Handbook.

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But my Swashbucklers won't need any help playing the next game.

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Squawk, what is it?

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The second 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 and then

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bull's-eye them into the barrel. But, be careful.

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Cook and Line will be naughty and try to stop you.

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Go for it, Swashbucklers! Thank you, Squawk.

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And here is the barrel ready to collect the six soft coconuts

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

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Uh-oh, but look out for these two pesky pirates

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who will try to put you off from their rowing boat.

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Now, Avias and Regan, Will you go first for me?

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-BOTH:

-Yes!

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

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-ALL:

-Arr-harr!

-Yeah! Swashbucklers, away! Come on!

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SHOUTS OF ENCOURAGEMENT

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That's it, good job!

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Well done. They've got there. They've done it.

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They are going to get four coconuts into the raft.

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-Ready? That's it.

-Pull it!

-Come on back, boys!

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They're too quick!

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-That's it, pull, pull, pull. Look out.

-Come on, Regan!

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Well done. Good defending, boys.

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OK, collect up your coconuts. Collect them up.

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Ready? Oh, collect them up. All right?

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And swap over. OK. Regan, you stand there.

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I'll hold that one for you. Take your time.

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Yeah! First one in! Well done!

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And again. Did you catch it? Try again. Well done.

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Yes! It's in! Good work.

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OK, off you go, Avias.

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CHEERING

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Can you make it four? Yes! Avias! CHEERING

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You guys are brilliant. Oh, collect up some more.

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-We only need two more. Come on.

-Come on!

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-That's it. Well done.

-We only need two more!

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You only need two more. Fantastic.

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Well done, Cook and Line.

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Keep going. That's it.

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-We need those two!

-We only need two!

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OK, swap over, swap over. OK. Ready? Take your time.

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Yes! CHEERING

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Come on, Amy. We need one more.

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-Yes! You've done it!

-YES!

-CHEERING

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Well done, Swashbucklers.

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Make your way back over here to celebrate.

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Well done, team. Squawk, you've got the bird's-eye view.

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Over to you.

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It was by the book.

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The Swashbucklers knew how to shoot some hoops.

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They sunk one, two, three, four in a row.

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Cook knocked off two coconuts, but it didn't slow them down.

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Coconut five rolled in off the edge

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and the last one bounced off the post for a six-in-a-row win.

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Yes! Brilliant! Well done, my hearties.

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You've won our first jewel, so, Captain Captain, you know the rule.

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-ALL:

-Send down the jewel!

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First I lose my Pirate Handbook and now I lose my jewel.

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This is not my day.

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Yeah! CHEERING

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Look, it's the red one.

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Brilliant. Prince, pop it in the chest for me, please.

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Well done! CHEERING

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OK, everything is ready to write the new Pirate Handbook.

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OK.

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-That tickles!

-THEY LAUGH

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WHISTLE

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Cook, Line!

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That new handbook best be written by the time I get down there.

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-Oh. Ready for some super-fast writing?

-Go!

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And done!

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Right, let me see it.

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-BOTH:

-Ta-dah!

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It's tatty. Well, I suppose it's all about the rules.

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Read me some.

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OK, Captain, rule 17.

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"All pirate sandwiches must contain at least two layers of seaweed."

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No! Rule 17 is - "All pirate decks must be scrubbed twice a day."

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Read me rule 42.

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"All pirates must dance with seaweed every day."

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# La-da-da! La-da-da! #

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No!

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Have you written any rules that don't contain seaweed?

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Just let me check.

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Aha! No.

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Moving on. What rules did you write, Line?

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Well, it's your lucky day.

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I didn't actually write any, but I did draw a picture of me!

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Arr-harr!

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Don't be jealous, Captain Captain, cos I did one of you, too.

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"I'm Captain Captain. Write me a new handbook! Eugh!"

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SINGS OPERATICALLY

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-Enough!

-OK.

-Do you know any rules at all?

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THEY SCOFF

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Rule number one?

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-One.

-One, yes...

-"A pirate should never set sail without their...

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-Teddy bear!

-Aha-ha! Oh, my teddy bear!

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Oh, I love you. Yes, I do.

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BABY TALK

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No, no, that is not technically a rule.

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Right, we need to write a new handbook.

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Write down everything I say.

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-AS CAPTAIN:

-"Write down everything I say."

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-No, I haven't started yet.

-"I haven't started yet."

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-What are you doing?

-"What are you doing?"

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SHOUTS

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How do you spell that?

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Oh, those silly pirates.

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OK, my hearties, you've won back one of my jewels

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so now we need to try and find four in the final game,

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the Shipwreck Rummage.

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To make sure that you are all ready, let's do the Swashbuckle Salute.

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So let me see you marching.

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Put your hands on your hearts.

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Here we go.

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-Eye patch! ALL:

-Eye patch.

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-Pirate hat. ALL:

-Pirate hat.

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Swashbuckle cheer!

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-ALL:

-Arr-harr!

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Great, you are ready for action.

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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 each jewel can be found.

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But be careful.

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Cook, Line and Captain Captain have hidden the jewels well and they must

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all be in the chest before the time runs out.

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CHEERING

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We're ready, Squawk, and we already have my red jewel,

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so we have to find the four others.

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And let me show you where they're hiding.

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Up on the top deck, we have the white jewel

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in one of Captain Captain's treasure chests.

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

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And the purple jewel is in the crates of rats and mice

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and on the lower deck, the blue jewel is over in the rope store.

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Avias and Amy, which one are you going to go for first?

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-BOTH:

-Purple.

-The purple one?

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-OK. Are we ready to play?

-Yes!

-Arr-harr!

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-Are we ready to play? ALL:

-Arr-harr!

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Then Swashbucklers away! BELL RINGS

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It's a four-jewel rummage and Avias and Amy are into the ship.

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SHOUTS OF ENCOURAGEMENT

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That's fast climbing from Avias.

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Don't let Line put you off.

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Great climbing, Amy.

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Get digging, Swashbucklers.

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We need to find the purple jewel.

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I've got it!

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Avias has got the jewel.

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Boys, they've got the purple one, so where are you going to go next?

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-White!

-Wait for them to come back! Wait for them to come back!

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Come on, Avias, we need that jewel down here.

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Brilliant. Off you go. Into the treasure chest.

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That's it. In the treasure chest. Brilliant.

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The purple jewel is in the chest.

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Cook is flinging those fish.

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Don't slow down, boys, you need to get to the top of the ship.

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-You're not allowed in here.

-That's it, Prince!

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Move Captain Captain out of your way.

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-In here? Yeah!

-Regan has got the white jewel!

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Regan has got the white one! Where shall we go next?

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The blue one, OK.

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Ready? Off you go!

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-Well done, good work.

-The white jewel is back.

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Avias and Amy are already at the rope store.

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I don't think you're going to find it.

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Avias has spotted the jewel.

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Grab it quickly, Swashbucklers!

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They've got the blue one.

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Boys, I need you to go and collect the green one up in the laundry, OK?

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Come on, quick as you can, Amy. Wait! Go, go, go!

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Well done. Up you get. Are you OK?

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-Well done. In here.

-The blue is in the chest.

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But we're running out of time.

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Quick, Swashbucklers, we need that final jewel.

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I've got it.

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Prince has found the green jewel in the bloomers.

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Quickly, get the jewel back to the chest!

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Come on, we're getting close. We're running out of time.

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Into the chest!

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CHEERING

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Yes! Well done, my hearties.

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And flying fish to finish with! Brilliant.

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

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An action-packed four-jewel rummage.

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The purple was grabbed in the rats and mice.

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Prince moved Captain Captain out of his way to get the white.

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The Swashbucklers were fast to the blue and green jewels.

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So the Pirate Handbook says it's a win!

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CHEERING

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Wow! Well done, my hearties.

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

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So now I'm going to hand them out so you can hold on to them for me.

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There you go, Regan. And there's one for you there, Prince.

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And one for you, Amy.

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-And there you go, Avias.

-Thanks, Gem.

-You're so welcome.

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

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CHEERING

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Now we've got all five of these lovely jewels back,

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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?

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Avias, let's spin the wheel to see. Here we go.

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Will it be Cook with the white hat?

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Captain Captain with the black hat?

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Or Line with the red bandanna?

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CHEERING It's Captain Captain!

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Captain, it's time for you to walk the plank.

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-THEY CHANT:

-Walk the plank!

-I'm not happy about this.

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Walk the plank! Walk the plank!

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OK, I'm going to be nice. Bye-bye, everyone.

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No, no, no, no, no!

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-THEY CHANT:

-Walk the plank! Walk the plank!

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CHEERING

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-KIDS:

-Eugh!

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Now that's a happy ending to today's Swashbuckler story,

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seeing Captain Captain covered in slime.

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We'll see you next time for more Swashbuckle.

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CHEERING

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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! # SQUAWKS

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Arr-harr!

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A hungry bookworm has munched its way through Captain Captain's pirate handbook. Evias, Amy, Reegan and Prince play Shivering Timbers and Coconutty Raft before taking on the Shipwreck Rummage to try and win back Gem's jewels.