Miranda tries to save the island; Eleanor opens old wounds; Vane deals with a problem.



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Flint's bombardment wrecks the fort's defenses till he can order his men to the beach. Miranda comes urge him to abandon the assault to save Vane's prisoner, the Carolina governor Peter Ashe's daughter Abigail, but Flint doubts if even her rescue can restore Peter's benevolent attitude, given his recent cruelty towards piracy. They recall how Lord Alfred Hamilton has his son Thomas committed to a lunatic asylum and and disowned Anne as adulteress to cover up Thomas's gay affair with the future Flint. Silver kept Billy chained to assess his attitude towards Flint, but now frees him. Jack saves his captaincy and brothel by accepting the crew's demand to discard Anne. Written by KGF Vissers

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21 February 2015 (USA)  »

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Captain Flint: [Thomas has been committed to a hospital, and he and Miranda are to leave England] We're not leaving.
Miranda Barlow: James...
Captain Flint: We're going to get him out of there.
Miranda Barlow: We can't.
Captain Flint: Watch me!
Miranda Barlow: You think you're angry about this?
Captain Flint: I'm beyond that!
Miranda Barlow: I am *enraged*!
Miranda Barlow: He is my husband.
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Theme From Black Sails
Written by Bear McCreary
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Just brilliant
6 May 2016 | by (Chile) – See all my reviews

I cannot believe the amount of people who have given bad reviews to the episode just because they couldn't cope with its big reveal. The revelation about Cap. Flint is not only amazingly bold but it also makes perfect sense (it is also clear to me that it had been hinted at during season 1). It deepens the character motivations and it fits perfectly with what we know about him. My interest in what's coming next has only been increased because of this, specially considering the show has now added a new element to its study of pirate (and British) culture during the era.

Capitain Flint is even more layered now, and the show has made a bold movement for which it should be commended. Deal with it.

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