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The Unlucky Whistle

Pirate-themed physical game show. Captain Captain doesn't believe whistling is bad luck, even when her constant whistling gets her covered in sloppy seaweed.


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friends.

Yeah! Let's go an join them

right now.

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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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Yay-hey!

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CHEERING

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Ahoy there, me hearties,

and welcome to Swashbuckle.

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AUDIENCE:

Aaaarrr!

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I'm Gem. great to have you

all aboard.

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Ready for a rip-roaring

pirate adventure?

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AUDIENCE:

Aaaarrrr!

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Yes! And will you help me to get my

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jewels back from those pesky

pirates?

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AUDIENCE:

Aaaarrrrr!

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Brilliant! Now, where's

Captain Captain?

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Have you seen her anywhere?

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Booooooooo!

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TOOT!

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Stop that booing!

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Cook! Line!

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THEY WHISTLE

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What are you doing?!

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We're whistling, Captain!

It's a lot of fun.

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TOOT!

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Stop that at once!

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I'm the only one who is allowed to

whistle on this ship.

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TOOT TOOT!

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Don't whistle too

much, Captain Captain.

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You know the old pirate saying,

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"Too much whistling can bring

bad luck on the wind."

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That's nonsense. I've never heard of

that. It can't be true.

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TOOT-TOOT-TOOT-TOOT!

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EERIE SINGING

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LAUGHTER

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Bad luck, Captain!

To be fair, she did warn you.

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That had nothing to do

with my whistling.

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TOOT-TOOT-TOOT-TOOT!

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EERIE SINGING

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LAUGHTER

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Your face!

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Let's hope the Captain's bad luck

continues

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and I win back all my jewels.

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Right, Squawk, time to meet

today's team.

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Let's meet the Swashbucklers!

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Playing today, we've got Deema!

CHEERING

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Deema is six and she loves bouncy

castles.

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Her Swashbuckle name is

Tidal Wave Deema.

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Swashbuckle cheer for Adam.

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CHEERING

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Adam is six and he loves the swings

in the park.

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His Swashbuckle name is Raging Adam.

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Who's this? It's Elsie!

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Elsie is six and she can do

gymnastics.

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Her Swashbuckle name is

Hidden Treasure Elsie.

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Make way for Ibaku!

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Ibaku is five, and his favourite

weather is fog and mist.

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Let's hope none of the jewels get

missed today!

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His Swashbuckle name is

Sneaky Ibaku.

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CHEERING

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Ahoy there, Swashbucklers.

Welcome aboard the Scarlet Squid,

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my newest team to help me win back

my jewels from Captain Captain.

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But I need to make sure you're ready

for the adventure,

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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 heart.

Here we go. Eye patch.

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Eye patch.

Pirate hat.

Pirate hat.

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Swashbuckle cheer.

Arrr-harrr!

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Arrr-harrr! Yes, I think they're

ready, me hearties.

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Squawk, what do we have to do today?

CHEERING

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You daring Swashbucklers need to

work as a team as you take part in

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different pirate games.

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Every time you win a game, Captain

Captain will give you a jewel for

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your treasure chest.

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Win all five jewels and one of the

naughty pirates will

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walk the plank into the ship's mess.

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CHEERING

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Here's our treasure chest, ready to

hold all of our five jewels when we

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win them back later from

Captain Captain.

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We'll put them in here to keep them

safe, all right?

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TOOT!

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What was that, Gem?

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Something about a jewel?

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TOOT!

I'm sorry, I couldn't hear you over

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the sound of my lovely whistle.

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TOOT-TOOT-TOOT-TOOT-TOOT!

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EERIE SINGING

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Ha-ha! Maybe you should have

listened to me, Captain Captain.

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Too much whistling brings bad luck.

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Squawk, what's the first game?

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The first game is

Ship Shape Shake Up.

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The aim of the game is to fill in

the holes to finish the pirate

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picture. All you have to do is run

through the barrel and find the

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right shaped pieces. But be careful,

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those pesky pirates will hide

the pieces and try to shake you up.

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CHEERING

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And here is the picture with all the

pieces missing.

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You have to find the correct shape

for the correct hole.

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I've got a

shape here with Squawk on it,

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and I think it's going to go...

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just in there. That's right, that

will start you off.

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There are six other pieces

through the spinning barrel over

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there in the three crates.

But look out for pesky pirates!

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I think Cook might have a bit of a

sneeze coming on.

Ah-choo!

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And look out for Line - he'll be

spinning the barrel

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or lifting sea horses as a weight!

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Ha-ha! 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 the game.

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Ibaku, will you go first for me?

Yeah.

Thank you, me hearty.

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Are we ready to play?

Aaaaarrrr!

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Then Swashbucklers away!

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BELL RINGS

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Come on, through the tumbly

barrel.

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Let's see if we can find those

puzzle pieces.

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Oh, he's got one! Give that back to

me!

Well done. That's it.

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He's got the first piece across

Lots of seaweed in there too, Ibaku.

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Ha-ha! That's it, grab the puzzle

piece. We need that piece across

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here, come on!

Get out of the barrel, Cook!

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Well done, yeah! Adam, off you go!

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Ibaku's got some seaweed, too.

So where does that go, Ibaku?

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Into that hole there? That's it.

Brilliant. I'll get rid of that.

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O-o-o-o-oh!

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Ha-ha-ha-ha! Well done, Adam!

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OK, Elsie, you're going next for us.

There you go. Well done.

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So we've got the crab, now, Adam.

Can you see where that shape goes?

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That's it.

Ooh! How did you manage

that?!

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Keep going, Elsie, well done!

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We're halfway now, Swashbucklers.

Brilliant.

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Deema, off you go. Well done.

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Now we've got the anchor, that goes

down there, that's it.

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Twist it round to get it in.

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Good girl!

Have a good rummage around.

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Come on, we're running out of time!

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That's it, quick as you can!

That's it, up you jump!

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Ready, Ibaku, go, go, go! So we've

got the message in a bottle,

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that goes over there. Two pieces

left to get. That's it,

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come on, dig around.

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Quick! We're really running out of

time now, Adam, OK?

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We've only got ten seconds left.

Nine, eight, seven, six...

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Go, Adam, quick! ..five, four, into

here, three, two, one.

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BELL RINGS

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Oh, and we're out of time, me

hearties.

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Squawk, you've got the bird's eye

view - over to you.

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Our team whistled down the barrel

and the seaweed flew.

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Ibaku hung onto his piece.

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Elsie wore a seaweed wig

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to go with Deema's seaweed coat.

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The team blew hard

but ran out of puff.

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Sorry, Gem, this was a lose.

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Oh, never mind, me hearties.

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That was a tough game, wasn't it?

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But don't worry, we could still win

that jewel back later in

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the shipwreck rummage. All right?

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What a surprise. I was right.

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I told you whistling didn't bring

bad luck.

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TOOT-TOOT-TOOT-TOOT!

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EERIE SINGING

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Ha-ha-ha! That seaweed looks really

smelly,

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and there's plenty more smelly slop

waiting for you in the

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ship's mess! Ooh-ha-ha!

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HE WHISTLES

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Shush! We mustn't whistle, remember.

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It's bad luck.

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Don't! We mustn't whistle remember,

it's bad luck.

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Get off! I've told you before -

that is utter nonsense.

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Now get on with slopping out.

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TOOT! TOOT! TOOT!

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That was just a coincidence.

Now carry on slopping out.

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Yuckity, yuckity, seaweed!

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Captain Captain will be covered

in more than just seaweed if we win

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back all my jewels and she has

to walk the plank!

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Squawk, what's the next game,

please?

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The second game is Fruity Loot.

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The aim of the game is to pick all

the fruit

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that matches the fruity

recipe.

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All you have to do is climb

the tangled tree,

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pick the right fruit and throw it in

the giant fruit bowl.

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But look out, those pesky pirates

will try to set the fruit loose.

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And here is the recipe for our fruit

salad.

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We are looking for a pineapple

and an orange,

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a kiwi and a watermelon,

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and a lime and a lemon.

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And all the pieces of fruit are way

up the tree where Line

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is dancing with a piece of lime.

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Look at that. Watch out for those

pesky pirates because they will try

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to put you off. And Cook is also

lurking about somewhere.

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Now watch out for those two, OK?

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Adam and Elsie,

will you go first for me?

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Yeah.

Brilliant. Are we ready

to play?

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Then Swashbucklers away!

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We're looking for the

pineapple and the orange.

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That's it, climb all the way up the

tree.

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Well done, Elsie. Pineapple.

Find the pineapple.

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Put that back up.

The pineapple has fallen over.

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I wonder how that happened?

It wasn't me! Get out.

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Line is stuck.

Elsie is looking for the orange.

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Can you reach up and grab it?

That's it.

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Can you see the orange up there?

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My pineapple!

Good girl! That's it, well done.

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Wait, no, I'm not meant to give that

to you.

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Ibaku, Ibaku, up you go.

It's your turn. Well done.

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Good girl, Elsie. Big throw.

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Yeah, you did it! Off you go.

Look for the next one.

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We need the watermelon now,

and the kiwi.

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Missed!

Well done, Elsie.

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Uh-oh.

Can you reach through?

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Nearly! Try again.

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Throw that in. Try again, Adam.

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Where did you come from?

That's it. Big throw.

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Try again Adam, big throw. Yeah!

Adam, well done.

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Brilliant. We've got the orange

in as well.

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Stop them!

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Four more pieces of fruit

to come down.

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We're looking now for the kiwi

and the watermelon.

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The what?

The watermelon. Get off!

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The watermelon and the kiwi on

the way down.

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So Elsie and Adam, you now need

to get the lime and the lemon.

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We don't want the banana.

OK, off you both go.

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The lemon and the lime, well done.

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We've got the watermelon and we've

got the kiwi.

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Get it in the bowl. Well done.

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The kiwi is in. And the watermelon

is in.

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Oh, no, he's scooped

out the kiwi.

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The lemon and the lime.

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Elsie, reach right up over

that side.

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Above your head.

All the way up, keep going.

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There is a lemon right above your

head, Elsie. Get the lemon.

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That's it. Keep going, me hearties.

We're running out of time.

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Ten, nine, eight, seven,

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give it a big pull, six,

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five, four, three, two...

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WHISTLE BLOWS

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Good effort!

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Squawk, you've got the bird's eye

view. over to you.

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This was the hardest harvest.

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Elsie's first pick of the crop

was pineapple.

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Adam squeezed the last drop

from the orange.

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Things looked sweet when Deema's

kiwi went in.

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But Cook diced around

the watermelon.

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We ran out of time before

lemon and lime.

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This was a lose.

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Never mind, me hearties,

don't look so sad.

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Turn that frown upside down because

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we could still win that jewel back

a little bit later, OK?

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Oh, Gem,

you didn't win the jewel.

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But I thought you might

like this instead.

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What is this?

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Ew, a sloppy old whistle?

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Yes, I found it in the ship's mess.

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Maybe you can whistle up some good

luck for you and the Swashbucklers!

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I'm not blowing this disgusting

whistle, Captain Captain.

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Besides, whistling brings bad luck,

remember?

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Not for me, Gem,

because I keep winning.

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Fun!

Do it again!

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You keep that whistling away

from us. It's bad luck.

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Luck, luck, luck...

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I've had enough of this.

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For the last time,

whistling is not bad luck.

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And I'm going to prove it to you

once and for all.

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# Across the seas and stormy tides

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# My trusty whistle by my side

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# And nothing's ever run amuck

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# Cos whistling is not bad luck

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# But Captain Captain is that true?

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# Of course it is, I'll prove to you

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# That wasn't bad luck

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# I'm totally fine

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# Nothing will stop this whistle

of mine

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# I'll whistle some more

and then you'll see

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# Nothing bad will happen to me

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# You're quite right, Captain,

whistling's great

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# And if you're sure it

don't change fate

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# In fact we'd like to join you too

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# Come on, let's all whistle

with you

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I don't care if it is bad luck.

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Yeah, whistling is brilliant.

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Let's hope Captain Captain's bad

luck continues now because we need

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all five of my jewels back

in the Ship Wreck Rummage.

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So let's get ready for it by doing

the Swashbuckle Salute.

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Let me see you all marching.

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Put your hands on your heart.

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Here we go. Eye patch!

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ALL:

Eye patch!

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Pirate hat!

ALL:

Pirate hat!

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Swashbuckle cheer!

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OK, we're ready.

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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

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where each of the jewels could 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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Come on Swashbucklers,

let's find those five jewels.

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Let's have a look where they are

hiding.

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Up on the top deck we have the red

jewel in the bird's nests.

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Then on the middle deck we have the

blue jewel in the crates of rats

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and mice.

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And we have the green jewel over

in the laundry.

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And on the lower deck we have

the purple jewel in the rope store.

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And the white jewel in the hammocks.

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Elsie and Ibaku, you're going first.

What colour will you go for?

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Green!

So we are going off

to the laundry first.

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Are we ready to play?

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Then Swashbucklers away!

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Will Elsie and Ibaku be lucky

in the rummage?

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Green's getting clean up

in the laundry.

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Wrong way!

Other way, Ibaku!

Into the laundry!

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Has Elsie spotted it?

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Some beach balls for you!

0:18:380:18:40

They need to be quicker!

0:18:400:18:42

I think you have to put your hands

in and get it out yourself.

0:18:420:18:46

There it is! They've got it!

0:18:460:18:48

They've got the green one,

so where are you going to go next?

0:18:480:18:52

To the hammocks, for the white one,

OK.

Yeah.

Well done, Elsie.

0:18:520:18:55

Well done, Ibaku. And off you go,

Deema and Adam!

0:18:550:18:59

Off go Deema and Adam

as the green goes in.

0:18:590:19:03

Yes!

Swinging into the hammocks

looking for white.

0:19:030:19:08

Can you find it?

0:19:080:19:09

I think it's on the floor.

It's on the floor! Got it!

0:19:110:19:16

Here comes, Deema!

0:19:180:19:21

Where are you going next,

Elsie and Ibaku?

0:19:210:19:24

The purple, the rope store

go, go, go.

0:19:240:19:26

They had to think quickly there!

Ibaku leads Elsie to the rope store.

0:19:260:19:31

It's in the ropes.

They need that purple.

0:19:310:19:36

Well done, Elsie!

They've found the purple one,

0:19:380:19:41

where are you going next?

0:19:410:19:43

Blue!

To the blue one, OK, we are

halfway now team, off you go.

0:19:430:19:46

That's it. Good girl.

0:19:460:19:48

Three jewels in, two to go.

0:19:480:19:51

Deema charges off with Adam,

0:19:510:19:53

racing to the rats and mice

looking for blue.

0:19:530:19:56

Come back here!

0:19:560:19:59

Ignore Cook and Line!

0:20:070:20:09

Deema has blue!

Now they've

got the blue one,

0:20:130:20:16

now we have to get the red one,

right at the top, OK?

0:20:160:20:19

Wait a second, and off you go,

go, go, go, that's it!

0:20:190:20:22

It's here.

0:20:220:20:26

They just need the red now!

0:20:260:20:28

With 30 seconds left,

Elsie and Ibaku race up the ship.

0:20:280:20:33

Past Cook's beach balls.

0:20:330:20:35

You have to be quick!

0:20:350:20:37

Time is running out!

0:20:400:20:42

Quick as you can!

0:20:420:20:44

They are at the bird's nests.

Quick!

0:20:450:20:49

Ten, nine, eight, seven, six,

0:20:490:20:53

five, four...

They've got it!

0:20:530:20:57

Oh, no,

we just ran out of time!

0:20:590:21:03

Squawk, you've got the bird's eye

view. Over to you.

0:21:030:21:07

Would fortune favour the team

seeking five jewels?

0:21:070:21:12

Elsie spotted green in the laundry.

0:21:120:21:12

Elsie spotted green in the laundry.

0:21:120:21:15

Adam leapt on white in the hammocks.

0:21:160:21:20

Purple was tied up in the rope

store.

0:21:200:21:23

Deema reached in the rats for blue.

0:21:230:21:27

But red was late and it sealed

their fate.

0:21:270:21:30

Sorry, this was a lose.

0:21:300:21:33

Aw! Swashbucklers, we ran out of

time

0:21:330:21:35

which means none of the naughty

pirates

0:21:350:21:38

have to walk the plank today,

0:21:380:21:39

so I'm going to have to close

the treasure chest.

0:21:390:21:42

But have you had lots of fun

on Swashbuckle?

0:21:420:21:45

Yes!

Let's hear it for my brave

Swashbucklers!

0:21:450:21:49

CHEERING

0:21:490:21:51

Oh deary me, Gem.

0:21:540:21:55

Looks like I get to keep

these jewels after all.

0:21:550:21:59

Unlucky, Gem!

0:21:590:22:00

Yeah, unlucky.

0:22:000:22:02

Turns out my whistling was more bad

luck for you than it was for me.

0:22:020:22:07

Oh, Captain, you know you dropped

the... in the...?

0:22:140:22:18

Yes, thank you!

Any time.

0:22:180:22:20

Well, with a bit of luck those pesky

pirates will get that jewel out of

0:22:200:22:26

the ship's mess ready for next time.

0:22:260:22:28

We'll see you soon for more

Swashbuckle!

0:22:280:22:31

# Hey-ho, Swashbucklers go

0:22:360:22:38

# Take on the pirates yo-ho-ho

0:22:380:22:40

# Hey-ho, Swashbucklers go

0:22:400:22:42

# Take on the pirates yo-ho-ho

0:22:420:22:45

# Hey-ho, Swashbucklers go

0:22:450:22:47

# Take on the pirates go-go-go

0:22:470:22:50

# Swashbuckle cheer!

Arrgh! #

0:22:500:22:52

Captain Captain is in a whistling mood and keeps blowing her whistle at the Swashbucklers and the pirates. Gem warns her that if she blows her whistle too much, it can 'bring bad luck on the wind'. The Captain doesn't believe her and keeps blowing her whistle. But every time she blows it, she ends up getting splatted by sloppy seaweed. Perhaps her whistling is more unlucky than she thought.