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I like a hot bath as much as the next person, but this is just wrong.

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The water temperature is increasingly rapidly,

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way beyond the Cook Islands' normal seasonal change.

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Even Jeffrey's overheating.

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Please, he's a tropical fish.

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But sensitive.

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Urgh!

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-WHOOSHING

-A thermal vent, there.

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-The islanders were right - an undersea volcano's forming.

-Yay!

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Yay for scientific discovery,

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not so yay for the actual future volcanic eruption, heh!

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Wow!

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You have to see this!

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Are those...

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clams?

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-They're enormous.

-Incredible.

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The biggest clam ever recorded was 350 kilos.

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-Most of these are much bigger.

-So it's a gigantic clam!

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A whole new species!

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Maybe it's because of all the chemical nutrients coming up

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from volcanic activity below.

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Could it have created the perfect food chain?

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ANTAEUS GASPS

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Ant.

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Wow!

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It must be hundreds of years old.

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In these conditions, it could just keep growing.

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Not if the water temperature keeps rising.

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It's already almost too hot for the mollusc inside to survive

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and if that volcano erupts...

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-Extinction!

-RUMBLING

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Then it's up to us to save them!

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My family are explorers. We have been for generations.

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While others look up to the stars, we know there are

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an infinite number of things that shine in the darkness below.

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There are things lurking in the seas that long ago vanished into myth.

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My family are explorers and we explore...the deep.

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ROARING

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RUMBLING

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We may only have a few hours

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before the volcano erupts.

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There are only 50 clams. We just need a safe seabed. Totally doable!

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The safest one is 60 miles south-west.

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Totally less doable. WILLIAM SIGHS

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The Knights won't be fast enough to get there and back 50 times.

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But if we get the Aronnax close enough,

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we could load the clams into the cargo bay

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and move them all at once.

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Brilliant! My genius must be rubbing off on you.

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Even with the Knights, we may need help.

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This is Kaiko Nekton of the Aronnax.

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We're sending out a wide broadcast to any ships in the area.

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We need immediate assistance rescuing a new giant clam species.

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FONTAINE GROANS

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Let's see, that's...32...

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Oh, no, 33 comfy clams in here.

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-17 to go.

-We need to work faster.

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That's it, Jeffrey, use all of your impressive strength!

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CREAKING

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HE GROANS AND GRUNTS

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Note to self - build an even bigger Knight.

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Leave the biggest until the end, Will. We can lift it together.

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Jeffrey, your help has been invaluable,

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but I think it's time to get out of this heat.

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Here, have a snack.

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You earned it.

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Whoa!

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Uhhh! Whoa!

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-SUIT POWERS DOWN

-No, no! What's going on?

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Come on!

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Uh...must be a glitch.

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-SIGHING:

-Do you want a gold star for that one, rocket scientist?

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Mom serviced this two weeks ago.

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We don't have time for glitches.

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-Let me take a look.

-No way, you'll make it worse.

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Fontaine, please - I need to fix this.

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You did something, didn't you?

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Urgh, OK, fine -

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remember how you're always saying you wish the White Knight

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-was way stronger?

-I have never said that.

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OK. Remember how I'M always saying

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I wish the White Knight was way stronger?

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Ant, fix it.

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BEEPING

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Uh, I think it's the servos.

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Argh! Fixing this could take all day!

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The clams don't have all day.

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-OVER RADIO:

-'Ant, Fontaine - I need your help.'

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The clams come first, got it?

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BEEPING AND CLUNKING

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-Oh, come on!

-Take the other side, quick!

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-Where's your sister?

-Uh, she's...coming!

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And everything is totally normal in every way.

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Urgh, whoa!

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How much did you eat, clam?

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I can't hold it!

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-Urgh!

-Oh, no!

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No!

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Gotcha!

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-SHE GROANS

-Nice catch!

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Add "clam catcher" to my skills list.

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SHE GRUNTS

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Nekton, north-northwest, can you see it?

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Tell me that's another sub.

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It must have heard our call for help.

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Woo-hoo-hoo! Ha-ha-ha!

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Huh?

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That's not help.

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That's the Dark Orca.

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CAPTAIN HAMMERHEAD CACKLES

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Hello, Nektons!

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There's nothing for your pirates here, Hammerhead.

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That's Captain Hammerhead to you!

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-And I'm hurt, aren't you, Finn?

-Devastated.

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Madeline? SHE GROWLS

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We heard your pitiful, moving call for assistance.

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We were touched, so we're here to help.

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You're not serious.

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On my honour as a pirate,

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we're just here to lighten the load.

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Out of my way!

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Where there's a giant clam,

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there's a giant pearl!

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Hammerhead, please - this clam is in danger!

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In danger of losing his precious pearl?

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Definitely!

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RUMBLING

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HAMMERHEAD GASPS

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-Merciful mermaids!

-Wow!

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Eight kilos, at least.

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It's iridescent.

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Incredible!

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Giant clam pearls are usually chalky.

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These clams must be a whole new species.

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-MADELINE:

-Great, very informative(!)

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-Mine!

-ANT: Hey, that doesn't belong to you!

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Everything belongs to me if I want it.

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I'm a pirate!

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Come on! Come on, you pearl!

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Don't even think about it.

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Argh!

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Get your filthy metal hands off me!

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We can resolve this peacefully.

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Madeline, let go of the pearl.

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PEARL RUMBLES, MADELINE GRUNTS

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-FINN:

-Mad, it's closing!

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-You've got to get out of here, now!

-Let me go!

-Get it!

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Get out of there!

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Fontaine, I'll keep it open!

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Hee-ya!

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-KNIGHT SUIT BEEPS

-No!

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Come on, don't fail me now.

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BEEPING INTENSIFIES, KNIGHT POWERS DOWN

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Fontaine!

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SHE WHIMPERS

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Quick, Fontaine, it's closing.

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-GROANING:

-It's too tight!

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-FINN:

-I'll get her!

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Fontaine, this way!

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You can squeeze through here. Huh?

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Uh-oh!

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CLAM RUMBLES AND CLUNKS

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- Fontaine, no! - My boy!

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No, no, no, this is not happening!

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Well, that's not exactly the dynamic rescue I had planned.

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SHE GROANS AND STRAINS

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Stop grinning. Make yourself useful and help me find a way out.

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I don't think we're going to find a secret escape hatch.

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-Not with that attitude!

-Admit it.

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You planned this so we could spend some time together.

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Urgh, in your dreams, pirate boy.

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-Stand back.

-The Knight is too strong.

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You could damage the clam inside.

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You're right, we'll find another way.

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Fontaine, can you read me? Are you all right?

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Mom, I'm OK.

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Though the company could be less infuriating.

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Just stay calm. We'll find a way to free you.

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OK, I'll keep looking for a way out.

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-Seriously, just relax.

-Relax?

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We're stuck in a giant clam

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that's probably sitting on an erupting undersea volcano.

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Don't worry, your family is out there.

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They're working to get us out.

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What about your family?

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They're probably blaming your family,

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-or yelling.

-DULL THUMP

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-THUMPING CONTINUES

-Or hitting something.

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Urgh! Urgh! Finn!

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This is your fault, meddling do-gooders!

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If you'd just let us take the pearl...!

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No! It's my fault.

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I was actually including you in "meddling do-gooders".

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Ant? What do you mean?

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Uh...huh...

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So, do you have any hobbies?

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-SHE GUFFAWS

-Seriously? Small talk?

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Truce, OK? I never wanted the pearl. You can have it.

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Beauty for a beauty.

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Euch!

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Did you come up with that line all by yourself?

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Er, from a book.

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Anyway, it's not yours to give.

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It belongs to the clam, pirate.

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So that's when I tried to upgrade the White Knight,

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but I wrecked it instead.

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Oh, Ant!

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I'll make you walk the plank, you scurvy dog!

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What plank? And what dog? And why does it have scurvy?!

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Look after your dogs!

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Grrrr!

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You come out of there and...get...out...!

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You know I can't feel that, right?

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LOUD RUMBLING That, on the other hand...

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We're running out of time!

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Use some of that fancy technology of yours!

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Open the clam now, Nekton!

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-We have to move out of the danger zone first.

-Why bother?

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Slice the hinge!

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If you injure that sea creature, its muscles could spasm.

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Fontaine and Finn could be crushed.

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Is that true?

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BOOMING

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We have to go, now!

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What do you need us to do?

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Nothing. Just resist your natural urge to sabotage us.

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Maddy! The rocks!

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Let's see what old-school technology can do.

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Fill the breach!

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Now, that was a real pirate's yell!

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Fontaine, hang on. This could get a little bumpy.

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THEY GRUNT AND STRAIN

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It's too heavy.

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-FINN:

-Whoa!

-FONTAINE:

-Urgh!

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It's too heavy to lift.

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Ant and I will have to push.

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I don't feel so good. I think my re-breather is damaged.

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I'm not getting enough oxygen.

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Got it. Check this out.

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You want air?

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You got air.

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A little pirate trick.

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-Uh!

-Don't tell me, I know.

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-You were impressed.

-Eurgh.

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Don't worry, I brushed my teeth.

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When, last week?

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HE EXHALES, SNIFFS

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HE GROANS

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THEY GRUNT AND STRAIN

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RUMBLING

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-Look, I get that you're afraid.

-And you're not?

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I-I don't really get scared.

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HE CLEARS THROAT AND LAUGHS NERVOUSLY

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I play guitar.

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What?

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You asked me before if I have hobbies.

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-I play guitar.

-Are you any good?

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Huh, it depends who you ask.

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I'm asking you.

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I'm pretty good.

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Altogether, now -

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-heave!

-THEY GRUNT AND GROAN

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-Whoa!

-Careful!

-I'm OK.

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Thanks.

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STRAINING CONTINUES

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You know, when no-one's around...

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-I have a trumpet.

-Really?

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-Are you any good?

-Uh, it depends who you ask.

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I'm asking you.

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I'm really terrible.

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THEY GASP AND GRUNT

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Is it getting hotter in here, or is it just me?

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That would be the volcano.

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We're going to cook, aren't we?

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We're going to boil in a clam bath.

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Hey, pirates don't get scared, right?

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Listen, Fontaine - I have a big...

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no, huge list of things that I want to do with my life.

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I never wanted to be a pirate.

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I just don't want to let my dad down.

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It's what my family does.

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Well, I bet my dad, and even your dad, won't let us down.

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Are you always this confident?

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It's what my family does.

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THEY GROAN

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Uh, I'm feeling a little light-headed.

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Sometimes I have that effect.

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No, we're running out of air.

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Time to blow another bubble.

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VALVE CLICKS

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Weird, the gauge shows it's...

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..empty! No!

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Why don't we steal better equipment?!

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Mom, do you read me? Please come in.

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Loud and clear! Everything OK?

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-Our oxygen's almost gone.

-Don't panic!

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We will get you out!

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Time to go!

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Here it comes!

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-KAIKO:

-Faster, it's coming!

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LOUD BOOMING

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Stand back, everyone!

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What are you doing, Will?

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HE GRUNTS

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Argh!

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Not happening, volcano!

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Not today!

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Uh, Dad, you're not really trying to hold the earth together

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with your legs, are you?

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We have to go now! Everyone, help with the clam!

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Let's get out of here!

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THEY CRY OUT

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-Will!

-Dad!

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Urgh!

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-Whoa!

-Mom!

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-Are we going to let them be foolish all by themselves?

-No!

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We're twice as foolish as they are!

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GRUNTING AND STRAINING

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Argh!

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Come on, come on!

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Come on, you lily-livered, pathetic weaklings!

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Is that supposed to be a motivational speech?!

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Yes. Yes, it is.

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LOUD BOOM

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Mom, if this blows, the lava will hit the Aronnax.

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I'll move it fast when you give the word.

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Huh! Whoa!

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Let's set it down gently.

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ALL: Whooaaaa!

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-Oh!

-Urgh!

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Mom, go, go, go!

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Hold on!

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Fontaine, do you read me?

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Fontaine!

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LOUD SPLASHING

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Your precious clam is safe. Now, open it!

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Giant clams only open voluntarily to feed.

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We need something for it to eat,

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but they're omnivorous, so they eat algae and...

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-Jeffrey, that's it!

-You're going to feed him your Jeffrey?

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- What's a Jeffrey? - No! Jeffrey's favourite food.

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THEY GASP AND PANT

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-Yes!

-Fontaine!

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My boy!

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Ha-ha-ha!

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ANT CHUCKLES

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KAIKO LAUGHS

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D'oh! I don't want to show affection in front of these people.

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That's OK, Mad. I'll do it for you.

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Urgh! Thank you.

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So, it was kind of nice to escape certain doom with you.

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You too.

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Maybe I can hear you play guitar one day.

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Yeah, and maybe I can block my ears while you play trumpet.

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You won't want to be here when the World Oceans Authority arrives.

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We'll leave. We got the thing that matters most.

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Till next time.

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HE CACKLES

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We'll be arriving at the new habitat in 15 minutes.

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Ideal water temperature, abundant food source

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and protected by the World Oceans Authority.

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Snap a shot of the big pearl, Fontaine.

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The WOA is keen to study what makes them iridescent.

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That's my cue. Ta-da!

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Oh, no!

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But Finn said he didn't want it.

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He's a pirate, Fontaine.

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Where are you going?

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Grr! To make lots of loud noise and plot some creative revenge!

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I do like when she's mad at someone who's not me.

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Thieving pirate boy with his hair and his lies and his smiles.

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I bet he doesn't even own a trumpet to play badly.

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-BUMPING WITHIN GUITAR CASE

-Huh?

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Finn?

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'So Dad stole the pearl. Sorry.

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'But I know it belongs to "our" clam

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'and that's important to you, cos it makes you think of me,

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'so I kinda, sorta took it back.

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'This is the part where you say, "Thanks, Finn."'

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Thanks...

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pirate boy.

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Fontaine and Smiling Finn get stuck inside a giant clam as the dark orca pirates battle the Nektons for the giant pearl within! Air is scarce and time is running out. Can the pirates and Nektons work together to save them?


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