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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? ALL:

-Yeah!

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-Shall I make the pirates walk the plank? ALL:

-Yeah.

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

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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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Swashbuckle cheer!

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-ALL:

-Arrr-harrr!

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Yeah! Here we go. Woohoo! Ha-ha-ha!

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Ahoy there, me hearties,

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and welcome aboard the Scarlet Squid for 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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Now, are you ready for a rip-roaring pirate adventure?

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-AUDIENCE:

-Arrr!

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Will you help me get all my jewels back from the pesky pirates?

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-AUDIENCE:

-Arrr-harrr!

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Brilliant. Now, where is that Captain Captain?

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Have you seen her anywhere?

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BOOING

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You won't be booing when my tremendously talented

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and supremely skilled pirates win all the games today.

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WHISTLE BLOWS

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Cook, Line!

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Wait. Hang on. This way.

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-BOTH:

-Yes, Captain Chief Admiral Pirate

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Tremendous And Incredibly Nasty... III.

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I told you to call me Captain Captain for short.

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-BOTH:

-Yes, Captain Captain - for short.

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What on the high seas are you two doing?

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We're practising our pirate skills.

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Knot-tying.

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We're doing well, aren't we? Go on, you can say it.

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That is the worst knot-tying I have ever seen.

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Right, take this, my little book of nautical knots, that I wrote.

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Now, get practising or I will KNOT be happy.

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Get it? KNOT.

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THEY LAUGH

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-I don't get it.

-Me neither.

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Well, Cook and Line are all tied up.

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It's time to start playing and winning back my jewels.

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So, Squawk, let's meet today's Swashbuckling team.

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Playing today we've got Oliver.

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CHEERING

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Oliver is seven and he loves watching fireworks

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and eating sausages.

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His Swashbuckling name is Octopus Oliver.

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Look out, here's Eleanor.

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CHEERING

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Eleanor is seven and she lives on a farm.

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Her Swashbuckle name is Stowaway Eleanor.

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Say hello to Heidi.

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CHEERING

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Heidi is six and her favourite food is cottage pie.

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Her Swashbuckle name is Hideaway Heidi.

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Completing the crew, it's Charlie.

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CHEERING

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Charlie is six and he has a budgie called Mumble.

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Mumble and Squawk!

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We'd be a great double act.

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His Swashbuckle name is Cabin Boy Charlie.

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CHEERING

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Yeah! Welcome aboard to my newest team of Swashbucklers.

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Now, they are here to help me win back all of my jewels from

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Captain Captain and Cook and Line,

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but I'm not sure if you're ready yet.

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So first let's do the Swashbuckle Salute.

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Put your hand on your heart! Keep marching. Here we go.

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-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-harrr!

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Yes, I think we're ready. Squawk, what's first?

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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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And here is our treasure chest.

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So when you win back my five jewels from Captain Captain

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and Cook and Line, we'll put them in here to keep them safe.

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You won't be winning any jewels today, Gem.

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My crew have been practising their pirate skills and will stop you

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-every time.

-Well, that's what you think, Captain Captain.

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My Swashbucklers are ready to go, so, Squawk, bring on the first game.

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The first game is Buried Treasure.

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The aim of the game is to fill all the chests with golden treasure.

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All you have to do is find the buried treasure

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and put it in the right chest, but look out for Cook and Line,

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who will try to hide the treasures.

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And here are the chests that you need to fill with treasure.

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So let me show you what's in the first one here that we need to open.

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We are looking for...

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..an anchor, OK?

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And the anchor is buried with the other treasure over

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there in the sandpit, but watch out for those pesky pirates,

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or should I say, Line the puppy? There's a good boy.

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But watch out, he will not be a good boy, and he will probably hide the

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treasure, so do dig around in the sand to try and find it, OK?

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

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out across the screen and close the treasure chest to play the game.

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-Charlie and Eleanor, will you go first?

-OK.

-Thank you very much.

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-Are we ready to play? AUDIENCE:

-Arrr-harrr!

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Then, Swashbucklers, away! Go, go, go!

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Let's find that buried treasure. There's sand flying everywhere.

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Digging around for the anchor. Let's see if you can find the anchor.

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That's it. Well done. That's it, Eleanor. Yes, Eleanor's got it.

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Brilliant. Eleanor, Charlie, bring it out.

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Brilliant. Into the chest. Great. And off you go.

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Let's open the next one. Let's see.

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Let's have a look. What's inside?

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That's it. We're looking for the ship's wheel.

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We're looking for the ship's wheel.

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Good job. Well done.

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-There's a sea creature!

-Oh, look at all the mess.

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WHOOPING

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That's it. Well done.

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Bring it out, Oliver. That's it. Fantastic.

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And into the chest

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and get ready to open the next one.

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Brilliant. OK. Open the next chest.

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A telescope. There is sand flying everywhere. Come on, team.

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-I found a telescope.

-Put that telescope down, Line.

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I can see you!

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Well done, Eleanor. Ha-ha-ha-ha!

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Take that, you pesky pirates. Well done, me hearties.

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Come on, Charlie. Out you come.

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OK, let's open up the next one. Here we go.

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So we're now looking for a compass. Well done.

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Have a good dig around looking for the compass.

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-Oh, where is it?

-Oh, no.

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Heidi. Heidi. It's by Cook. Look by Cook. Yes. Brilliant.

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Well done, Oliver. That's it. Come on out.

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We're running out of time. OK. Open the next chest. Open it.

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We're looking for the scroll. Only seconds left. Line's got it.

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Eight, seven... Quick! ..Six, five...

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-AUDIENCE:

-..Four, three, two, one.

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BELL

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Oh! There was a very cheeky pirate that just threw a starfish into

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the treasure chest as well, so I'm going to take this out and, Eleanor,

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would you like to pop in the scroll? Because I think we did it. Yeah!

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

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SQUAWK

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X marks the spot for our Swashbucklers.

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Oliver dug out the ship's wheel.

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Eleanor grabbed the telescope from Line.

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Heidi found her way back with the compass.

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Cook sent a flying starfish and knocked away the scroll.

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But no doubt about it, it's a win.

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CHEERING

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Yes, you did it.

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Well done, Swashbucklers, you've won back our first jewel.

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So, Captain Captain, you know the rule.

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-AUDIENCE:

-Send down a jewel.

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You may have won back a jewel this time, Gem,

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but my crew are practising their pirate skills

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and you'll not be beating them in the next game.

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CHEERING

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Here comes the jewel, me hearties. It's the green jewel. Brilliant.

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There we go, Heidi, pop it into the chest for me, please.

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That's it. And a big cheer, Swashbucklers.

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CHEERING

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So, now we only need four more jewels

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

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or maybe all three of them will end up in the stinky ship's mess.

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BOOING

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-And stop!

-That is a good-looking knot.

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What are you two pilchards up to?

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We've been practising our knot-tying skills. Just like you said.

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Say hello to the triple-loop super-slidy slipknot -

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the strongest knot in all the seven seas.

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In fact, I am so confident with it, check this out.

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-Oh! Oh!

-Oh, that is not good.

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My precious little book of nautical knots, that I wrote.

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Get it out of the swamp. I am not amused.

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-THEY LAUGH

-She is not amused!

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-Not amused, yeah!

-It's not a joke.

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-THEY LAUGH

-It's not a joke!

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I'm going to...

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HIGH-PITCHED WAIL

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Hopefully those pirates will be joining that little book

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of nautical knots very soon in the stinky ship's mess.

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Right, we are ready to win back another jewel. Squawk, what's next?

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The second game is Ship Shape Shake Up.

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The aim of the game is to fill in the holes to finish

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the pirate picture.

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All you have to do is run through the barrel

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and find the right-shaped pieces.

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But be careful, those pesky pirates will hide the pieces

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and try to shake you up.

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CHEERING

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Yeah. And here is the picture with all the shapes missing.

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Remember, you need to collect the correct shapes to

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go into the correct hole, and I've got a shape here with a message

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in a bottle, which I think will go just in there, to start you off.

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All right?

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There are six other pieces way through the spinning barrel

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over there in the three crates and you have to bring them

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back as quickly as you can.

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But watch out, there are pesky pirates about.

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Cook is sat with the Swashbucklers over there, and Line is doing

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some weights there with the anchor so he's only spinning with one hand.

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This is looking good.

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Eleanor, you're going first,

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look out for Line spinning that barrel, OK?

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Are we ready to play?

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-AUDIENCE:

-Arrr-harrr!

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Then, swashbucklers, away. Off we go.

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That's it. Go on, Eleanor.

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Great start.

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-Well done.

-There's none in there.

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Good, cover her in seaweed, Cook.

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Cook, you're putting seaweed all

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over her head. That's not helpful.

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She's got a piece. Brilliant.

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Good girl. Come on back.

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OK, Oliver, off you go.

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Well done, Eleanor. We've got the starfish.

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Can we find the right shape for the right hole? Yes.

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Have a good dig around. Can you find it, Oliver? Yes, he's got it.

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OK. Right, Charlie, you're going to go next.

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Keep going. That's it.

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Well done. Good boy.

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Off you go, Charlie.

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So we've got the broken barrel through. Let's get it into there.

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Look out for the seaweed, Charlie. Well done. And he's out. Four left.

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See if you can find another piece.

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That's it. Yes, he's got it.

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Bring it back, Charlie. Bring it back. Good work.

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-Come back with that!

-We're halfway now, Swashbucklers.

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We've got three pieces, we have three more to collect. Off you go.

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Heidi, go, go, go. Well done. You've got the anchor.

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Let me find the right hole for that anchor.

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Are you going to give him a hand there? Well done, Eleanor.

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How is Heidi doing? Covered in seaweed again.

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Yes, she's got the next piece. So, Eleanor, you're going next for me.

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We've got two more pieces to go. Go, go, go.

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We've got Squawk up there.

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-Oh, well done, Eleanor.

-Eleanor's quick.

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Come on, two more pieces to get. That's it. Well done.

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Oliver, go, go, go. We need one more piece. That's it. Well done.

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Don't let him find it.

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Quick. Ten, nine, eight...

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-AUDIENCE:

-..seven, six, five, four, three, two, one.

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Come on.

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BELL

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Aw! Never mind, me hearties. We just ran out of time.

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Good effort, though.

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

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SQUAWK

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Our team fell over themselves to find the pieces.

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Eleanor got covered in seaweed while finding the starfish.

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Oliver picked himself up to bring back the broken barrel.

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Charlie gave Cook a taste of his own seaweed.

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But time ran out before the last piece was home.

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Sorry, Swashbucklers, it's a lose.

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Oh, never mind, me hearties.

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Don't worry.

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It just means we have to find four jewels later in the

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Shipwreck Rummage, OK?

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Hee-hee! I get to keep the jewel

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but I do have something else you can have, Gem.

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BOOING

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Eugh! What is this? It's smelly.

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It's a...smelly old rope with a knot in it.

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Yes, it's certainly KNOT a jewel

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and you've KNOT won the game, Gem.

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KNOT, get it?

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Yeah, it's just KNOT very funny, Captain Captain.

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LAUGHTER

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Anyway, on the subject of knots, I'm off to see how Cook and Line

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are getting on with their knot-tying. To the cabin.

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Cook, Line, how's your knot-tying coming along?

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I'm not going to lie, Captain. It is going really well.

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Yeah, we couldn't do any of the knots in your book

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so we just invented our own.

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The completely unbreakable Cook and Line stopper knot.

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It's totally impossible to untie.

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Yeah. As a matter of fact, we're actually a bit stuck.

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-Yeah.

-Nonsense. I'm an expert at untying knots.

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Now come here.

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Careful, Captain.

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Oh! Whoa!

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-Hang on.

-Well, that didn't quite go as planned.

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-Oh! We have to get out of these ropes.

-Aha!

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We can use those scissors to escape.

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Captain Captain, we can't use scissors without a grown-up.

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-Uh, we are grown-ups.

-Oh, yeah.

-We need to get to those scissors.

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-Why are we going this way?

-Why are we going this way?

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I can't see where I'm going. I can't see where I'm going.

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-No, no, no. OK. Careful.

-What's going on?

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Hang on. OK, stop, stop, stop! We need to work as a team.

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And when I say "work as a team", that means...

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you need to do as I say!

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So, on three, shuffle.

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Three - shuffle!

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Um, OK...

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Shuffle! Shuffle!

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-OK, OK...

-Shuffle!

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Stop shouting "shuffle"!

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Shuffle!

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Ah...I just need to reach those scissors.

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You can do it, Captain!

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Oh, the knot's too tight.

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We're going to be stuck here for ever!

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There, there, Captain. I'll do it for you.

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Eh! Ah...

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-Oh, there we go.

-How did you do that?!

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Emergency quick release - totally forgot we had that.

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-Where's my emergency quick release?

-It must be that one.

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BANG!

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Or maybe not.

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Ha-ha-ha! All right, then, Swashbucklers,

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we need to find four more of my jewels now

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in the Shipwreck Rummage.

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Let's get ourselves ready by doing 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.

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-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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Arrr-harr! We are ready. Bring it on, Squawk.

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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

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have hidden the jewels well and they must all be in the chest

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before the time runs out.

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Ha-ha! All right, my hearties, you need to find four more of my jewels.

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Let me show you where they are on the map.

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So, up on the top deck, we have the purple jewel

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in one of the birds' nests.

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Then on the middle deck, the red jewel

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is in the pool of pearls,

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and on the lower deck, we have the white jewel in the rope store,

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and we have the blue jewel over in the hammocks.

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-Eleanor and Charlie, you're first. What colour are you going for?

-Red!

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Off to the pool of pearls. Are we ready to play?

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-ALL:

-Arrr-harr!

-Then, Swashbucklers, away!

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Come on!

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Charlie and Eleanor are too quick for Line's beachballs.

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Up they go to the pool of pearls.

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Pearls are flying everywhere!

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Where's it going to be?

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This is not a jewel, this is not a jewel...

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So close!

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You get it?

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That's the red!

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They've got it! Where are you going to go next for me?

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-The blue one.

-To the hammocks, OK. Wait a minute.

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Soon as they're back, we'll look for the blue jewel.

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-Keep coming, well done.

-Charlie has got his shoe!

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But we still need three jewels.

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One at a time, please!

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Oliver and Heidi hunt in the hammocks for the blue.

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-They're looking really well. He's got it!

-That was quick!

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-They've got the blue one. Where next?

-White.

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The rope store - go, go, go!

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Charlie and Eleanor race to the rope store.

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Here's some seaweed.

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We're halfway now, OK?

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The white is in there somewhere.

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Oh, oh, oh, does somebody have it?

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-Oh, they've got it!

-Yes!

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They've got the white jewel.

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The last one is right at the top of the crow's nest, OK?

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Ready? Go, go, go!

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That's it, over there. Well done.

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One jewel to go.

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The purple is up in the birds' nests.

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Go for it, Oliver!

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Here, how about these ones?

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-Yes!

-Give that back!

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Amazing! Hurry back!

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We're running out of time.

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Quick!

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Look, here he goes, come on!

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Into the treasure chest, quick as we can, that's it!

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CHEERING

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You've done it! Well done, Swashbucklers.

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

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That got my tail feathers in a tangle, Gem!

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Charlie and Eleanor rushed off with the red.

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Oliver made a bolt for blue.

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Charlie and Eleanor whizzed away with white.

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Then Oliver pounced on purple and sprinted home.

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Speedy stuff, Gem. It's a win!

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Come on! Yes!

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Brilliant - you were so amazing and so quick, Swashbucklers.

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

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

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-Heidi.

-Thank you.

-You're welcome.

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-Charlie.

-Thank you.

-That's all right.

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-Eleanor.

-Thank you.

-You're welcome.

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-There you go, Oliver.

-Thank you.

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

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CHEERING

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So, now we've got all five of my jewels, you know what that means.

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The naughty pirates have to walk the plank.

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But who is going in the ship's mess today?

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Well, come with me, because I need to show you the new wheel.

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We've got a special section over here.

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If it lands over there, then all three pirates

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go in for a triple-slop-drop!

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But which one will it be?

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Let's spin the wheel to see. Here we go, Oliver, big spin.

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All right - will it be Cook, with the white hat,

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or Captain Captain, with the black hat,

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or will it be Line, with the red bandanna?

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Or, perhaps, will it be all three of those pesky pirates

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for the triple-slop-drop?

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Let's find out.

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The wheel is slowing down.

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It's going to be...

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..Line! CHEERING

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So, Line, it's time for you to...

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-AUDIENCE:

-Walk the plank!

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-AUDIENCE CHANTS:

-Walk the plank! Walk the plank!

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-Argh!

-Walk the plank! Walk the plank!

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-Walk the plank! Walk the plank!

-Whoa...!

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SPLAT! Ha-ha-ha-ha!

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-AUDIENCE:

-Phew!

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Urgh!

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That does not look nice.

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We'll see you soon 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!

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Arrr-harrr!

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Cook and Line have been practicing their pirate skills so they can beat the Swashbucklers, so Captain Captain is shocked when the silly pirates enter completely tangled up in rope. Cook and Line explain that they have been practicing their knot-tying skills, and surprisingly they are terrible at it! Captain Captain gives them her own Little Book of Nautical Knots to practice their knot-tying skills. Since they can't tie any of the knots in the book, they make up their own knot - and end up tied together and completely stuck!


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