Flint gives "advice" to Dufresne. John Silver works to become indispensable. Eleanor is called upon to remove Vane from power over the fort. Jack becomes envious of Anne and Max's new relationship.

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Silver fears for his faith when he and Flint are expelled back on Nassau, so he risks beatings by wittily exposing every potential conflict motive aboard. Flint demonstrates his superior insight as captain to Dufresne, who waves his warning against attacking an English ship with such a rackety crew, and when the pirates are forced to abandon and torch the fat prize, Flint is narrowly voted back in command. Jack devises a way out for him and the clueless brothel Lesbians: they get information from 'clients' and he thinks up how to use it. In London, Admiral Hennessey pairs idealist captain Thomas Hamilton with pragmatic lieutenant Thomas Hamilton to fight the pirate scourge by the root causes, crime and misrule. Written by KGF Vissers

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Another glorious day for a broadside
3 February 2015 | by (Tarsonis) – See all my reviews

Ahoy landlubbers, grog blossoms and scalawags. There is much merriment to be had from this week's episode. We open up with an unusual scene which may leave you gloriously happy or happily perplexed.

All is not well in the kingdom - uh, I mean, in the free and democratic land of Flint - uh, I mean, of the Caribbean.

Eleanor learns that swords and dirks may kill a man but words cannot kill jack (as in the expression, not Jack Rackham). Flint and Silver play Game of Thrones Light on a boat and Jack (Rackham this time) and Anne Bonny discover that brothel business can be much more than just rum and women.

Thank god there's no commercials on this show, because each episode finishes faster than a young man's first time with a woman of leisure.

Ahoy!


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