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A Second Squawk

Pirate-themed physical game show. Captain Captain asks Cook and Line to find her a parrot. Kornel, George, Krisha and Caiomhe play Swashing and Swashbubbles.


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

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

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Will you help me win my treasure back?

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-Yeah!

-Shall we make the pirates walk the plank?

-Yeah!

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Well, let's hear you then, me hearties!

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

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

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Swashbuckle cheer!

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-AUDIENCE:

-Arrr-harrr!

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Ahoy there, me hearties! Welcome to Swashbuckle.

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-AUDIENCE:

-Arrr-harrr!

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

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-AUDIENCE:

-Arrr-harrr!

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Are you ready for a rip-roaring pirate adventure?

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-AUDIENCE:

-Arrr-harrr!

-Yeah, me too!

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Now, Captain Sinker is off on her holiday

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and I wonder what she's up to.

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So, Captain Sinker is on her holiday, but right here,

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there are games to play and we have to get my jewels back

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from strict Captain Captain. Can you see her anywhere?

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AUDIENCE SHOUT

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-Oh, there she is!

-Oh, stop that booing!

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Can't you see I'm trying to read?

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WHISTLE BLOWS

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Cook, Line!

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BOTH: Yes, Captain Chief Admiral Pirate Tremendous

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And Incredibly Nasty... The Third?

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I've told you call me Captain Captain for short.

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BOTH: Yes, Captain Captain For Short.

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Now, listen up, chaps.

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We've got a problem.

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Read rule 15 of the pirate handbook that I wrote.

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-"All pirates must be super piratey."

-No, above that.

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"All pirates must use shampoo AND conditioner"?

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No! Below that.

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"All captains must have a parrot."

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Exactly. Find me a parrot.

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Found one!

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Not a carrot, a parrot!

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Oh, that does make more sense.

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Right.

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I want a parrot by the end of play today.

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BOTH: Yes, Captain Captain.

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One thing's for certain -

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Cook and Line won't find a parrot as good as mine. Ahoy there, Squawk!

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-Let's meet today's Swashbuckling team!

-Ahoy to you, too, Gem.

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Playing today, we've got Cornell.

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Cornell is five and likes watering the plants in his garden.

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His Swashbuckle name is Bandana Cornell.

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This is George.

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George is six years old and loves telling jokes to his friends.

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His Swashbuckle name is Galleon George.

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Meet Krisha!

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Krisha is seven and enjoys cooking yummy cupcakes.

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Her Swashbuckle name is Compass Krisha!

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Finally, here's Caoimhe!

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Caoimhe is also seven and wants to be a pop star when she's older.

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Let's hope that the Swashbucklers will be

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at the top of the charts with a win today.

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Caoimhe's Swashbuckle name is Dangerous Caoimhe!

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Ahoy there, me hearties.

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Welcome aboard to my new team of Swashbucklers here to help me

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win back my jewels from Captain Captain.

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But I need to make sure that you're all ready!

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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 hands on your hearts!

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-Here we go! Eye patch. AUDIENCE:

-Eye patch.

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-Pirate hat. AUDIENCE:

-Pirate hat.

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Swashbuckle cheer!

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-AUDIENCE:

-Arrr-harr!

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Brilliant. Now, gather round and have a look.

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This is our treasure chest.

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So, when you win back all of my jewels,

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we'll put them in here to keep them safe from pesky pirates.

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Sorry to disappoint, Gem, but these jewels are staying with me

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and if I had a parrot, it would probably say something like this...

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SQUAWK! You're the best, Captain! SQUAWK! I love you, Captain!

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SQUAWK, you're going to win, Captain! Or something like that.

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OK, Captain Captain.

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Just stop your parroting on, because we want to play our first game.

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-Squawk, what is it?

-The first game is...

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The aim of the game is for one of you to dress up

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in a set of Captain Captain's clothes. All you have to do is turn

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the crank and get all the right pieces of Captain Captain's laundry

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safely across the lagoon for your team-mates to wear!

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Be careful!

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Those naughty pirates will be sneaky and try to stop you.

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-Have fun, Swashbucklers.

-Thanks, Squawk.

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And here are Captain Captain's flamingo slippers as part of

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her bedtime outfit that we need to find today, and, Krisha,

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you're dressing up for me?

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I'll hand you those to start and there are four other

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items of clothing with flamingos that we can

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find on the other side of the lagoon in the baskets

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where Cook is putting clothes on and trying to be a parrot.

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Watch out for Line as well who will try to tickle you with

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a tickly seaweed... Oh, if he can catch it that is.

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

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the screen and close the treasure chest to play.

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All right, me hearties. Are we ready to play?

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-AUDIENCE:

-Arrr-harr!

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Then, Swashbucklers away!

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Come on, let's get that jewel!

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Good cranking there, George.

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The nightcap's coming across.

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There we go. Good job, Caoimhe.

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Oh, we need the night hat.

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That's it, can you reach it? Yes, brilliant!

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Pass that to Krisha, the first piece of clothing.

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OK, here comes a T-shirt now on the line. Good job, Caoimhe. Good one.

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Shake the line, Cook!

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-Oh, it's so windy!

-Cook! It's not windy.

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-It's you making the line go wobbly.

-It is windy, Gem.

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Well done, Caoimhe. Can you reach the T-shirt? Brilliant.

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No, Line, we don't want those.

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We don't want that one, we want the flamingos. Cheeky pirate.

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I'll take a turn on the line.

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Oh, and we've got a dressing gown, too. Brilliant!

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We're halfway now, Swashbucklers. Get the dressing gown on.

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Get us ready. Keep cranking, George! Come on! That's it. Oh, no!

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The trousers have fallen off! There we go.

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She's got a lot of washing to take off there.

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Pull them down, that's it.

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OK, George.

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Do it really carefully so we get those trousers across now

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without them falling off. No!

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Quick, fish them out. That's it. Brilliant.

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I'll clear up all this mess from the pirates.

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Last ten seconds! Pop the slippers on, too!

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Seven, six, five, four...

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Yes! You did it! Yeah!

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Brilliant! Krisha, give us a twirl. Turn around.

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Let's see you in your lovely bedtime outfit. Good job.

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

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What a super game of Swashing.

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The clothes were flying everywhere.

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Cornell clashed with Cook by the laundry baskets

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and Line tried to confuse Krisha with the wrong clothes.

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Caoimhe got covered, but kept on sorting.

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The bedtime outfit was complete with seconds to spare.

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Well done, Gem!

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It's a win.

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

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So, Captain Captain, you know the rule.

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ALL: Send down a jewel.

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Oh, just have it.

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I'll have a beautiful parrot soon and I won't be giving that away.

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CHEERING

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Yeah! Here's the green jewel! There you go, Krisha.

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Into the chest, please. Brilliant!

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So, we only need four more of those jewels

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and one of the naughty pirates will have to walk the plank

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into the stinky ship's mess.

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-SWASHBUCKLERS:

-Ew!

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WHISTLE BLOWS

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Line, have you found me a parrot yet?

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Well, I've got some good news and some bad news.

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-The bad news is we couldn't actually find you a parrot.

-What?

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But the good news is we found something even better. Oh, Cook!

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Ta-da! I'm your new parrot, Captain!

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-Do you want me to sit on your shoulder or...

-No, no, no, no, no.

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This isn't a real parrot.

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Real parrots squawk, they fly, they eat crackers.

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Go and find me a parrot that does those things.

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Well, Captain, where are we supposed to find one?

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In order to find a parrot, you have to think like a parrot.

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Hmm. Think like a parrot.

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HE SQUAWKS

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I've got a funny feeling about this.

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Right, then, Squawk, my parrot friend,

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we're ready to play another game. What's it going to be?

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The next game is...

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The aim of the game is... Actually, I don't know what it is.

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-Squawk, help me out.

-Leave it to me, Cook!

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The aim of the game is to knock over all the coloured barrels.

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All you have to do is use your Swashbubbles to topple those towers.

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But be careful! Cook and Line will be getting in your way.

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AUDIENCE CHEER

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Good luck, Swashbucklers!

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Thank you, Squawk!

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And here are my Swashbucklers inside their Swashbubbles ready to play.

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But, look out for the naughty pirates because Cook the parrot

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is also in a Swashbubble.

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And Line is over there octopus dancing to try and put you off.

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All right, me hearties. Are we ready to play?

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-AUDIENCE:

-Arrr-harr!

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Then Swashbucklers away!

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Let's get that jewel back! Oh, we've had a stumble already!

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You're going to kill me!

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That's it, boys, well done!

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Come on, boys! Which barrel are you going for?

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Ooh-ho-ho, they're not working together!

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They're going for the blue one.

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Whoopsie, we've had a tumble again. Come on, back on your feet.

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That's it, work together. Big push. The blue one's over, brilliant!

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That's it, come on!

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Stick together. Bounce into the girls.

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There you go. And...

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Off you go, girls!

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Come on, girls, which one are you going for?

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They're heading for the yellow barrel. That's it, girls!

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Brilliant, well done! Yellow barrel is over.

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Keep going. Well done, girls. Really good.

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Now for the boys.

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And, boys, off you go. We need the red barrel and the green barrel.

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But there's a sitting octopus?!

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Line, they've flattened you!

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Well, that'll teach you, Line, for sitting down there.

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Good work, boys. Quickly!

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That's never going to work.

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They keep going in

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opposite directions.

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Work together. You're running out of time. That's it!

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Ten, nine, eight, seven, six...

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Come on, girls!

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You still have to get the green barrel down.

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-AUDIENCE:

-Three, two, one!

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Oh! Good effort, Swashbucklers.

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

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What a tricky game of Swashbubbles!

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The boys bumped bubbles with Cook the parrot and the girls were

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speedy to knock down the yellow.

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But with George going this way and Cornell going that way,

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we still had one barrel left to knock down.

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Three out of four is close, Gem. But, sorry! It's a lose!

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Oh, Swashbucklers! That was a tough game.

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Those naughty pirates stopped us from winning, but we could

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still win the jewel back a little bit later, OK?

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WHISTLE BLOWS

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Gem, you may have lost the game, but you can have this.

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-AUDIENCE:

-Boo!

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What is this? Ooh, some kind of message in a bottle.

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Well, what does it say?

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It's in some kind of parrot speak, it just says,

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"Squawk-squawk-squawk."

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Yes, allow me to translate. SQUAWK! You lost! SQUAWK!

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SHE CACKLES

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Right, I'm off to the cabin to see if Cook and Line

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have found me the best parrot ever.

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-AUDIENCE:

-Boo!

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COOK SQUAWKS

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What on the high seas is going on here?

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Hi, Captain Captain.

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Cook took your advice about thinking like a parrot, and now,

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he's gone really parroty.

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Full parrot, you could say.

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You are a pirate, not a parrot! Now, stop!

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WHISTLE BLOWS

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That's better.

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COOK SQUAWKS

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I said stop!

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Look, Captain Captain, Cook's a parrot now.

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Oh, on a separate note, we need more crackers.

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Right, I'll sort this.

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Repeat after me. I am not a parrot.

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-I am not a parrot.

-Not you! YOU!

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-COOK SQUAWKS:

-I AM NOT A PARROT.

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Let's try something else.

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Right, Cook.

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Here is a cracker

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and here is your favourite seaweed cake.

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-Now, which one would you like?

-Cracker... Seaweed cake...

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Cracker... Seaweed cake... Cracker... SEAWEED CAKE!

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CAPTAIN CAPTAIN CACKLES

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A real parrot would want the cracker, not the cake! I've got it!

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Careful, Captain Captain, you've made him angry now.

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Yummy, yummy, yummy, yummy!

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Parrots are too parroty. Oh...

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I wish I'd asked for a ship's cat instead.

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Meow...

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-Oh, no, no, Line. You are not a cat.

-Meow.

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-And, Cook, you are not a parrot!

-Squawk.

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Uh-oh!

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THEY SQUAWK AND MEOW

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Bad cat! Bad parrot!

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CAPTAIN CAPTAIN WAILS

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All right then, me hearties.

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You still have to find four of my jewels

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to make sure one of the naughty pirates walks the plank.

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So, to get us ready for the Shipwreck Rummage,

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let's do the Swashbuckle salute once more!

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Let me see you marching!

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Put your hand on your hearts!

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-Here we go! Eye patch. AUDIENCE:

-Eye patch.

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-Pirate hat. AUDIENCE:

-Pirate hat.

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Swashbuckle cheer!

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-AUDIENCE:

-Arrr-harr!

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Bring it on!

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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 Captain 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, me hearties. You've got to find four of my jewels.

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Now, let me show you where they're hiding.

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On the top deck, we have the red jewel in the bird's nest,

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on the middle deck, the white jewel is in the laundry,

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the blue jewel is in the crates of rats and mice,

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and on the lower deck, the purple jewel is in the hammocks.

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Krisha and George are first.

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-Which colour will you go for?

-White!

-The white?

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All right, we're off to the laundry. Are we ready to play?

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-SWASHBUCKLERS:

-Arrr-harr!

-Then, Swashbucklers away!

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It's raining fish and beach balls, but that won't stop Krisha

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and George from finding the first jewel.

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-They've made it to the laundry! Now, where's the white?

-Found it!

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-In here, in here!

-They've got it!

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-We've got the white one so where are you going next for me?

-Purple.

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OK, the purple one. In the hammock.

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And ready. Come on, Krisha, down the slide! Good girl!

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And off you go!

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That's the white jewel safe.

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Cornell and Caoimhe are at the hammocks looking for the purple.

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Dig deep, Swashbucklers!

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Look at the fishes, la, la, la, la!

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-They're boring!

-They've got it!

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-They've got the purple one so where are you going next?

-Red!

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Right to the top, OK! Off you go!

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Two jewels to find now, but the next is being guarded by Captain Captain!

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Run as fast as you can, Krisha and George! We're running out of time!

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Hey! Stop tickling the Swashbucklers, Captain Captain!

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You're so close, George. Try reaching a bit higher.

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They've got the red one so the last one to get is the blue one

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in the crates of rats and mice, OK?

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That's it, Swashbucklers, slide and slide! Get that jewel home!

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Off you go!

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Just the blue jewel left to rescue and Cornell and Caoimhe

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are racing to the rats and mice, but there's not much time!

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Ten, nine, eight...

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-Hurry, Swashbucklers!

-Six, five...

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-Are they going to find it?

-Three, two...

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BELL RINGS

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Oh! Just ran out of time!

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

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That was a close one!

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Krisha and George grabbed the white from the washing

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and the red from the nests.

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Cornell and Caoimhe went digging for the purple

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and had the blue in their hands,

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but they didn't quite make it back to the chest in time.

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Sorry! It's a lose!

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Aw! Swashbucklers! That was so close!

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But we couldn't get the blue jewel into the chest in time,

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so, sadly, none of the naughty pirates are walking the plank today

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and I have to close the chest.

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-But have you had lots of fun today? SWASHBUCKLERS:

-Yes!

-Yeah!

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Let's hear it for my Swashbucklers!

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CHEERING

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well done, my crew! I get to keep the jewels! Oh, look at this one!

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It's as beautiful as can be.

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Let me look at it! I want to look at it!

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Oh, no! Looks like those naughty pirates have got themselves

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into a right flap!

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Hee-hee! We'll see you soon, me hearties for more Swashbuckles!

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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

0:22:030:22:06

# Take on the pirates, yo-ho-ho

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# Hey-ho, Swashbucklers take on the pirates, go, go, go. #

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-Swashbuckle cheer! AUDIENCE:

-Arrr-harr!

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Captain Captain asks Cook and Line to find her a parrot. Kornel, George, Krisha and Caiomhe play Swashing and Swashbubbles before taking on the Shipwreck Rummage to try and win back Gem's jewels.