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Silly Sounding Sea Creatures

Pirate-themed physical game show. Cook and Line impersonate strange sea creatures to help win the games, but do these silly-sounding creatures exist?


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# A band of naughty pirates Took some jewels from me

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

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# But they weren't watching where they went

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# And shipwrecked on the sand

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

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-ALL:

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

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

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Will you help me win my treasure back?

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-Yeah!

-Shall we make the pirates walk the plank?

-Yeah!

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

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

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

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Swashbuckle cheer!

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-AUDIENCE:

-Arrr-harrr!

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Ahoy there, my hearties, and welcome to Swashbuckle!

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Arrr-harrr!

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

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But are you ready for a rip-roaring private adventure?

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Arrr-harrr!

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Great. And will you help me win back my five jewels

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from the very pesky pirates?

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Arrr-harrr!

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Oh, thank you very much.

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Now, where is that Captain Captain?

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Have you seen her anywhere?

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Boo!

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Boo all you like.

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Nothing will stop me winning today.

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Oh! Why are you so confident, Captain Captain?

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Because, Gem, I've ordered my crew to find clever new

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ways to beat your Swashbucklers.

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-SHE BLOWS WHISTLE

-Cook! Line!

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THEY IMITATE FISH

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Why are you wearing silly fancy dress outfits?

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We found this book all about weird sea creatures.

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Yeah, it's amazing what you can learn from...

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the creatures of the deep!

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Deep...deep...deep...deep...

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-LAUGHTER

-I'm dressed as a leafy seadragon.

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They disguise themselves as seaweed.

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The Swashbucklers will never see me coming now. Ooh!

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-Woo!

-Yeah, and I'm the four-eyed fish.

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Look, I can see Swashbucklers coming from any direction.

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Leafy seadragon?! Four-eyed fish?!

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-You're making these up.

-No, we're not.

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They're totally true, actual real, true, real,

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-true sea creatures.

-Yeah, they're in this book actually.

-True.

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I don't believe you.

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Go and learn about some real sea creatures, not silly made-up ones.

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And that's an order!

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THEY IMITATE FISH

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Oh, dear. No matter how those silly pirates dress,

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I'm sure they won't be able to stop my daring Swashbucklers.

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Squawk, let's meet today's crew.

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Playing today...

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we've got Hayat!

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CHEERING

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Hayat is seven and she likes watching rainbows on rainy days.

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Her Swashbuckling is Galleon Hayat!

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Look out - it's Darcy-May!

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-CHEERING

-Darcy-May is seven

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and she's really good at Morris dancing.

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Her Swashbuckle name is Dolphin Darcy-May.

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-Welcome aboard...Declan!

-CHEERING

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Declan is seven and he likes funfair rides.

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His Swashbuckle name is Sea Dog Declan.

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Introducing Holly!

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CHEERING

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Holly is seven and likes dressing up.

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Let's hope she's dressed for success today.

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Her Swashbuckle name is Hidden Treasure Holly.

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CHEERING

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Welcome aboard to my fantastic team of Swashbucklers.

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Now, you are here to help me win back my jewels from Captain Captain

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and Cook and Line. I need to make sure that you're ready

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for the challenge, 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 heart. Here we go.

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-Eye patch.

-Eye patch.

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-Pirate hat.

-Pirate hat.

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Swashbuckle cheer!

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Arrr-harr!

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Ooh, I think you're ready. So, Squawk, what do we have to do today?

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You daring Swashbucklers need to work as a team as you take

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part in different pirate games.

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Every time you win a game Captain Captain will give you

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a jewel for your treasure chest.

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Win all five jewels

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and one of the naughty pirates will walk the plank into the ship's mess.

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CHEERING

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Swashbucklers, here is our treasure chest,

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so when you win back my five jewels from Captain Captain,

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we'll pop in here to keep them safe. OK?

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You won't win today, Gem.

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I'm ready for action.

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Even if my crew are dressed as silly sea creatures.

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Even with those silly costumes on, Captain Captain,

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my Swashbucklers will be able to spot them. Bring it on.

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Squawk, what's the first game?

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The first game is...

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The aim of this game is to fill all the holes with the soft

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toy rats and mice.

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All you have to do is bounce on the ship's sails

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and pull the ropes to release the rodents.

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Then your team-mates have to put them in the correct hole.

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But be careful -

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Cook or Line will be bouncing, too, and trying to stop you.

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CHEERING

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And here are the soft toy rats and mice you need to find

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to play the game. The big rat goes into the big hole

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and the little holes are for the little mice.

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You can find these over there, above the bouncy sail,

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where Cook is disguised as a leafy seadragon

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and will try to put you off.

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Look around for Line as well,

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dressed there as the octopus. LAUGHTER

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He's a silly sausage!

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Declan and Darcy-May, you're going to be bouncing for me.

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Brilliant. Hayat and Holly, you can collect the rats and mice.

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I'll give you these two here to start you off.

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

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the screen and close the treasure chest to play.

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Are we ready to play?

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Arrr-harrr!

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Then Swashbucklers away!

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OK, let's get all

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-those rats and mice into there.

-Do you like my seaweed disguise?

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Look at me, I'm a seadragon!

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Hayat's collected lots of rats and mice already.

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There you go. There you go, Holly, there's a couple there for you.

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Seaweed!

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Line, what are you doing with all of those mice?

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-Can I take them?

-Yeah, go on.

-Oh, thanks.

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-SHE CACKLES Silly pirate!

-Hey, hey!

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-There you go.

-Gem, no helping!

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Oh, there's lots of rats and mice flying everywhere.

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Well done, my hearties. There we go.

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Here you go, Swashbucklers. A couple more rats and mice there.

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Pour some fish on them, Line!

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Keep throwing them out. Oh, caught up in all the seaweed!

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OK, look... Stop it, Line!

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Put a fish in a hole!

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Here you go, Hayat, there's a couple of rats there to put in.

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We don't want the fish in there, Line!

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Here!

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There's lots here. Hayat, come on, let's collect all of these up.

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Watch out for spinning Line. Ah!

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-Here you go, there's lots of them. Here, here you go.

-Line!

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Oh, brilliant.

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I'm disguised!

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You can't see me but it's only me!

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There's some mice for you, in there.

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There's a big rat here for the big hole at the top.

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Line! Stop putting your octopus arms in there.

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We want to put a rat in there. There you go, Hayat.

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There's a rat that needs to go in the top.

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Now we need some mice. Lots of mice.

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Come on! Just a few more.

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Ten...nine...

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eight...seven...six...five...

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four...three...two...

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BELL RINGS Oh, we are out of time, my hearties.

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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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Our bouncy Swashbucklers dodged seaweedy Cook.

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Declan and Darcy-May delivered rats and mice.

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Holly and Hayat hurried them into the holes.

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Cheeky Line added a fish!

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The team did well but were beaten by the bell.

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Sorry, it's a lose!

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CHEERING Oh, never mind, my hearties.

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It doesn't matter because we can still win that jewel back

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later in the Shipwreck Rummage. OK?

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Ha! It seems that Cook and Line's new outfits actually worked.

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Well, they still look very silly and you're going to look even

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more silly when you're in the ship's mess later, Captain Captain.

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-GEM LAUGHS

-Ew!

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What's going on here?

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And why are you two are still looking at the silly book?

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I thought I told you to go and read about some real sea creatures.

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But they ARE real sea creatures in this book.

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Line's being a spiny lumpsucker fish.

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Yeah, they've got sticky tummies. Look. Ta-da!

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Eh? And now I can slop out without using my hands. Check this out.

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Whoa....

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-Eh?

-We need skills to stop the Swashbucklers from winning jewels.

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These ridiculous made-up sea creatures are no use at all.

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But they're not made-up.

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They're in the book.

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-I don't believe you. Give me that bucket.

-Oh.

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Erm. I...er...

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-No, that really is stuck.

-LAUGHTER

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Well, hopefully it'll be Captain Captain that goes in

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the stinky ship's mess next time.

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Squawk, we're ready to play another game.

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The second game is...

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The aim of the game is to knock down all the portholes.

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All you have to do is collect the soft green cannonballs,

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load them into the cannons and fire! But look out

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because Cook and Line will try to put you off.

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CHEERING

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Here is the green squashy ball that you have to collect

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from over there in the baskets covered with seaweed.

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Bring them to the cannons and fire them

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into the middle of the portholes. Look out for the pesky pirates.

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They will try to put you off with their sea creature friends.

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-Holly and Hayat, you're going to be firing the canons. OK?

-Yeah.

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All right. Declan and Darcy-May, can you collect the green balls?

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-Yeah.

-Brilliant. Let me pop that in there to start you off.

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Swashbucklers, are we ready to play?

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Arrr-harrr!

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Then Swashbucklers away!

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Come on, then. Oh! That was a close one. Let's try again.

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There we go.

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Try again.

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That's it. Come on, let's get these targets down.

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Yes! Well done.

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Holly, we've got the first one down.

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OK, line it up, Hayat.

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-Oh, that was a close one.

-Ha-ha - it is tricky!

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Here we go.

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Oh, too high again.

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Let's try another one.

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And again.

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This is a yellow-fin blackfish.

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Oh, and again. Come on. That's it.

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You can do this. Oh, never mind.

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Come on, Swashbucklers.

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Yeah! Well done, Hayat.

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That's what we need. We're just over halfway now, Swashbucklers,

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and we still have three in the middle and two on both sides to get.

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Come on!

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That's it. Try again, my hearties.

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We are running out of time.

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Here we go. Come on.

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Oh, that was a close one. Try again.

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-Oh, no!

-You need to get that one there!

-Say hello to the yellow fish!

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Come on, Declan, quick as you can. We've got 30 seconds left.

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Oh, that was another close one.

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Yeah! Well done, Hayat. You've got another one down.

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Come on, bring the balls back as quick as you can!

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15 seconds left to go.

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A little bit lower. Come on, we need lots more balls.

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Ten, nine, eight... Well done. Seven, six...

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Come on!

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Yeah!

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BELL RINGS Oh, well done.

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We did get another one down but couldn't get them all down in time.

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

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Our team took on those funny fish Cook and Line.

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Holly tipped a target.

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Hayat hit another two.

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Declan and Darcy-May raced for squishy cannonballs,

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as Cook waved a crab. The bell rang and four targets were left.

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Sorry, but this was a lose.

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Oh, never mind, my hearties.

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It just means we have to find five jewels in the Shipwreck Rummage

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and I think you can do that later, so don't worry, OK?

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Oh, Gem, no jewel today.

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But I have got a present for you.

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Boo!

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Ew, Captain, what is this? Yuck.

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A lump of old stinky seaweed?

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Yes, I thought you might like to dress up.

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It's not fair that Cook and Line have all the fun.

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Pop it on your head. You can use it as a hat.

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Boo!

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Ew, thanks but no thanks, Captain.

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Suit yourself. I'm off to see if Cook

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and Line have come up with any new ways to beat your Swashbucklers.

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They better not be reading that silly book of sea creatures.

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Look at that one.

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Weird!

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Oh, are you to still reading that book of ridiculous made-up sea

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-creatures?

-They're not made-up, Captain.

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Leafy seadragon? Four-eyed fish?

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Spiny lumpsucker?

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They sound pretty made up to me.

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No, they're real.

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They're in the book. Look.

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-# Frogmouth fish have got big feet

-And viperfish have fangs for teeth

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-# The vampire shark

-The ogre fish

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-# These names get more ridiculous

-A shark that's called a megamouth

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-# A crab that's called a teddy bear

-I don't believe they're in that book

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-# Come on, prove it, show me where

-Blobfish, sea pet

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-# Another two with silly names

-Red-lipped batfish

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-# This is such a silly game

-Leafy seadragon

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-# Don't I look just really cool?

-Even if you say it's real

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# You still look a fool!

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-Look, they're real!

-And those two.

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# Silly Silly sounding creatures

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# With funny-looking features But they're really true

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# They're really absolutely true Yes, they do sound barmy

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# And they look so funny But they're really true

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# They're really true

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# There's one that's called the footballfish

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-# Another called the vampire squid

-The goblin shark, the basking star

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# These names are getting more bizarre

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-# The snaggletooth, the stargazer

-The state fish and the water bear

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-# The fiddler crab, the sea angel

-I'm sure you made those up as well

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# The clown frogfish The sea nettle

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# Oh, can it be these are all real?

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# Silly Silly sounding creatures

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# With funny-looking features But they're really true

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# They're really absolutely true

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# Yes, they do sound barmy and they look so funny

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# But they're really true They're really true

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# Silly Silly sounding creatures

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# With funny looking creatures But they're really true

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# They're really absolutely true

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# Yes, they do sound barmy And they look so funny

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# But they're really true They're really true

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Oh, the ghost shrimp, the coconut crab!

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The hagfish can tie itself in a knot! I wonder if I can.

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# They're really true They're really true

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# They're really true They're really absolutely true

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# They're really absolutely true They're really absolutely true. #

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-Ah...

-LAUGHTER

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Moving on!

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All right, Swashbucklers, you now have to find five of my jewels

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in the Shipwreck Rummage.

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Let's get ready for it by doing the Swashbuckle Salute one

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more time. Let me see you all marching!

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Put your hand on your hearts!

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-Here we go! Eye patch.

-Eye patch.

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-Pirate hat.

-Pirate hat.

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-Swashbuckle cheer!

-Arrr-harr!

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Oh, I think we're ready. Bring it on, Squawk.

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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 been hidden around the shipwreck.

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Use the map because X marks the spot where

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each of the jewels can be found.

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But be careful - Cook, Line and Captain Captain have hidden

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the jewels well and they must all be in the chest

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-before the time runs out.

-CHEERING

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So, Swashbucklers, you have to find all five of my jewels now.

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Let's see where they're hiding. At the Captain's lookout,

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we have the blue jewel in either the barrels or the treasure chests.

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On the middle deck, we have the purple jewel in the crates

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of rats and mice.

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And we also have the green jewel over in the laundry.

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And down on the lower deck we have the red jewel in the rope store.

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And we have the white jewel in the hammocks.

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So, Declan and Darcy-May, you're going first.

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-What colour will you go for?

-Green.

-Green.

-To the laundry.

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Are we ready to play?

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-Arrr-harrr!

-Then Swashbucklers away!

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-Off we go.

-All hands on deck.

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Darcy-May and Declan creep up to look for the first jewel.

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Cook and Line are waiting.

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Green is in the laundry.

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Whoa! As big as you can!

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-They've got it!

-Yes! We've got the green.

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Girls, you're going next for me. Which one are you going for?

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-Come back with that jewel!

-You're going for the white one?

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In the hammocks, OK. Brilliant. Of you go for the white one

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in the hammocks. Well done, speedy!

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-Come on, let's get that green one in there.

-That's one.

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Holly and Hayat head for the hammocks for white.

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Don't let Line slow you down!

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-Hayat has it!

-Yes, they've got the white one.

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-Where are you going next, which colour?

-Blue!

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Blue, right at the top. OK.

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Well done. Yeah! Off you go. Woohoo!

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And into the chest. Let's pop it into the chest.

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-Have you got it? That's it.

-Out of the bag, into the chest.

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-Yes, well done.

-A seaweed scramble to the top.

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Cook chases Declan and Darcy-May.

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Oh, what do you think you're doing in here?

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But they've got blue already!

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Yes, they've got the blue one. So, girls,

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-where are you going next?

-Red!

-Down to the rope store, OK.

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Come on, Holly. We can do this.

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Ready? Go, go, go.

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That's it, Declan, into the chest. Yeah.

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That's blue. They just need two.

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Holly and Hayat race to the rope store looking for red.

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-Found it!

-Yes, they've got the red one.

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Now, the last one we have to get is the purple one.

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We have to be super speedy. Well done. Go, go, go.

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That's it. Let's get it into the treasure chest.

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You've got to be quick!

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Declan and Darcy-May dart up to the rats and mice.

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Purple is the last jewel.

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I think she's spotted it.

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-CHEERING

-That's it! Not much time.

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-Eight, seven, six...

-Come on!

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CHEERING

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What a spectacular win, my hearties. Well done!

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

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Our team raced around the wreck...

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..whizzing through the washing for green,

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hunting through the hammocks for white,

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dodging Cook and leaping to the lookout for blue,

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rescuing red from the rope store...

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..and pouncing on purple in the rats and mice.

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Swashbuckle cheer, it's a win!

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CHEERING

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You did it, with a few seconds to spare. Well done, my hearties.

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Thank you so much for bringing back all of my jewels.

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I'd love to share them out with you to hold on to for me.

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-There you go, Holly.

-Thank you.

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

-Thank you.

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-There you go, Darcy-May.

-Thank you.

-And one for you, Hayat.

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All right, lovely. And a blue one for me.

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Let's hear it for my Swashbucklers. CHEERING

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So, my hearties, we have all five of my jewels,

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and you know what that means.

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It now means that the naughty pirates have to walk the plank.

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But which pirate will it be? Well, Hayat, come with me

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to have a look at our very special wheel. If it lands over there,

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then all three pirates have to go in, but which one will it be?

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Hayat, let's spin the wheel to see. Come on! Here we go.

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Right then. 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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Or will it be all three? Let's see.

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SHE GASPS Ooh, it's going to be...

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-All three!

-A triple slop drop!

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THEY LAUGH

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So all three of you naughty pirates, you have to walk the plank.

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Walk the plank!

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Walk the plank!

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Walk the plank!

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Walk the plank!

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My, didn't they do well? Well done. Bye-bye.

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-Captain Captain, you too!

-Walk the plank!

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I don't have to. I'm the Captain.

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I don't have to.

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Do I? Do I, Gem?

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Walk the plank!

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Walk the plank!

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Captain Captain, over and out!

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Yes!

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Eugh! They look more like weird slop creatures than

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weird sea creatures to me! Ha-ha!

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We'll see you soon, my hearties, 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!

-Arrr-harrr!

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Cook and Line have been looking for new ways to beat the Swashbucklers and have been taking ideas from a book all about weird sea creatures. Cook has dressed up in seaweed in order to look like a leafy sea dragon, and Line has added some googly eyeballs just like the four-eyed fish. Captain Captain doesn't believe these creatures exist, even though Cook and Line insist they are in their book - along with spiny lumpsuckers, ghost shrimps, blob fish and clown frogfish. She demands they learn about some real sea creatures. But Cook and Line are determined to prove that the creatures in their book are real.