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  1. Today
  2. I didn't feel this one. I think this ep was doomed from the start because the idea of people getting hiccups sound annjoying af. Luckily this ep wasn't annoying but I just couldn't laugh as much either. I only laughed like twice in this ep, so this episode didn't provide much good comedy. I groned at Bubble Bass' insides got out and the Pickles reference was bad but those are my only negative things about this ep. Rest is just mediocre. Grade: C
  3. Well, this was an okay episode. It didn't wow me or impress me or made me laugh but it was an inoffensive time for sure. Not too much to say, except Squidward's prom joke got to me and the whole climax was fun enough I suppose. That's all I can say about this episode. Grade: B-
  4. This episode was fun to watch. It wasn't a funny episode, though it had its moments like the toaster gag, Mr. Krabs telling the costumers to protect his restaurant and Fred on TV but the entire conflict between SpongeBob and Louise was entertaining enough to make up for it. I liked that Mrs. Puff didn't get injured pretty badly and she just enjoyed her punk rock music. This is not one of my favorites of the season but it was a fun one. Grade: B
  5. E.V.I.L.

    Ask the Kat

    Steve and Aimee are the only health realyionship in theat show
  6. Part one of the finale. Here we go. 38. World’s End I From above Shipwreck Cove, the pirate ships are shown gathered outside the island. A tense atmosphere fills the area, as everyone prepares for this battle. They’d be lying to themselves if they claimed to all be unafraid, but would try to suppress that fear. Pirates sharpen their swords, clamber over their ships, and make ready for sea. The pirate ships sail off, with Shipwreck Island close in the background. The Eclipse Pearl is shown, as it joins the Empress, and the many collected pirate ships, ready for battle. The other Pirate Lords are on board their individual flagships, rallying their crews. “The Company’s tyranny will end today!” Ahmed the Corsair yelled to his crew on board their ship, the Gemi, who cheer. “My brave camarades, you fight not just for me, but for all of the Brethren! Make this count!” Capitaine Pierre shouted to his crew on board their ship, the Fancy, who cheer. “Fight like the warriors you are, and we shall be victorious, my loyal crew!” Mistress Zhang shouted to her crew on board their ship, the Lo Shun, who cheer. “You all better make me and our home proud! Everything before this was an ensayo, this is our real performance!” Vasco de Garcia shouted to his crew on board their ship, the Centurion, who cheer. “We will show them all what we are capable of!” Sri Sameer shouted in the high pitched voice to his crew on board their ship, the Kalvari, who cheer. “They will regret crossing into our territory, and when we have them defeated, we’ll cut out all of their tongues!” Gentleman Jabari shouted to his crew on board their ship, the Ranger, who cheer. Charles Teagan and his crew are on board their ship, the Troubadour. “Make me proud, Macky boy. Let’s see what ya learned over the years.” Charles said, looking out at the Eclipse Pearl. Charles then looks out from the ship at Sheryl, who is on board her stolen ETC ship. She is looking around with a sense of unsureness. She is starting to have second thoughts about joining in on this. Many other pirate groups command various ships, including the ones Casterfel gave away. Natalie is on board one of them, as she blows a kiss to Shelly from the distance, who blows one back. Treasure looks out from the Pearl’s quarterdeck, on a railing, at the seas before it. They are waving mildly, but it senses they will become violent soon. It knows the upcoming battle would change the fate of the seas forever. On the Pearl’s deck, Skrum peers ahead, into fog-shrouded waters. Out of the fog, a single, large ship appears: The Endeavor. “The enemy is here! Let's take ‘em!” Skrum yelled. Blood-curdling screams as pirates yell their approval in a strong, loud, and confident manner. “AYE!” They shout out all at once in a crowd. However, Higgs is not as ecstatic. “Only one ship? Something ain’t quite right there, lads…” Higgs said, suspicious. “Uh, guys…hate to rain on your parade but…” Mara was saying under the shouting, looking out at the seas. Suddenly, more ships appear…then more ships…and even more ships. With each ship revealed, the yells of the pirates grow less certain. The fog clears, revealing the huge armada of the Eastern Trading Company and Ludwigian Royal Navy vessels. Every manner of ship, hundreds of them poised and ready for battle. Pellaeon’s fleet is gathered in the crowd, with the Providence out front leading that division. Pellaeon, Maggie and Pearson look out from the Providence’s deck at the sights before them. “I’ve never seen so many ships for one battle before…” Maggie said in awe, surprised. “This could be the day we end piracy forever.” Pearson said happily. “We can never truly end piracy forever, the ideology will live on even if we sink this entire fleet. But this attack will certainly pause on their pursuits and send quite a message to the rest of the world. If all goes in our favor, of course.” Pellaeon said realistically. “With all due respect admiral, our ships outnumber them by large. There is no feasible way we could lose.” Pearson pointed out. “Yeah, what could possibly go wrong?” Maggie asked. “Strength may not always be in numbers, as ideal as it sounds. Strategy and outsmarting your opponent is the key. They may be unorganized pirates, but we have learned many times by now not to underestimate them, especially Stark. You recall the last time we encountered him. Who knows what magic trick he has to pull out of his sleeve this time…” Pellaeon reminded, thinking back to how Mack cleverly escaped the Providence’s attack using the crystal in “The Notorious Mrs. Stark.” “What sort of trick do you think he’s capable of pulling off here?” Maggie asked. “That’s what we’re about to find out. One certain fact is that this is going to be the most interesting battle I’ve ever participated in. Surprise me, Stark.” Pellaeon said quaintly, ready to observe. The pirates compare the two fleets. They realize the pirate armada is feeble in comparison, even after the ships they gathered. “…Oh.” Mack said flatly, but not surprised. Mara looks out to see Sheryl’s ship is leaving the battle, sailing off as fast as it can. She has decided to bail, seeing the odds are not in her favor here. She turns around at the wheel, waving at the Eclipse Pearl from the increasing distance. Charles also spots this, not saying anything. “Sorry son, but I know a lost fight when I see one! Hopefully you and your father both live to fight another day, luv!” Sheryl yelled out, and turns back around. She did genuinely hope Mack and Charles would be okay deep down, but did not want to stay around regardless. If they wound up dead, she’d rather not see. “Captain, I think your mom has bailed…again.” Mara noticed. “In fairness, that will be the least surprising twist of today’s events.” Mack said, not caring as he expected that to happen. In the sea ahead, the Cursed Bones rises up through the water to lead the fleet. Melching and his crew looks out from the Bones’ deck to the Endeavor. On the Endeavor, Lennett lowers his spyglass. Gravel and Mayfield stand next to him. Lennett had dreamed of this day for decades. He had finally reached his ultimate goal, now only mere feet away from his grasp: the eradication of all pirates. “Well played again, Mack. And what's your next move?” Lennett pondered to himself. The pirate ships are unsure how to respond now, as they did not prepare for the numbers. “I warned them this would happen, and they did not listen! Now we are doomed!” Pierre said panicking, having second thoughts again. On the Eclipse Pearl, nothing but silence fills the air after seeing the armada. Lotton's scallop swoops down, wheels past and flies the hell out of there, heading back for the island. Lotton looks at it annoyed, but unable to say anything to call it back. All eyes turn to Mack, eyes belonging to angry pirates, all armed. “What the hell do we do now, Stark? We’re no match!” Duncan argued. “We can’t give up hope yet! I’m sure he has a good plan!” Shelly argued. “Indeed, tell us, Mack. What be your plan now, if ye have one?” Bedossa asked him annoyed. “…Parlay?” Mack thought, shrugging; it may be worth a shot, or not. Bedossa tries to hide a smirk. Treasure looks at Mack and nods at him. Mack wonders if it understood what he just said, and is not sure what to make of that, but stranger things have happened, so he decides not to question it. If Treasure thinks it’s the right thing to do, then he decides it may work. Juliet then approaches him. “I may have an idea.” Juliet suggested to him. “…I’m listening.” Mack replied curiously, as the two decide to talk this over in private. “I’d like to know too.” Higgs said, overhearing, and wanting to be in the loop again after Mack’s neglect lately. “As my First Mate, yes, you do deserve to know this. My apologies for keeping you out of the loop recently, I hope this amends that.” Mack said, allowing Higgs in on the plan. “Ya did what you had to to stay alive, I can’t be mad for that, especially since it got us here.” Higgs said, forgiving. "I'd like in on this plan too." Mara said, sitting on a crate, who overheard them. "Stop doing that, woman!" Mack said, startled. "I suppose it won't hurt." Juliet shrugged. Juliet begins to discuss the plan with the three. A sandbar is shown in the distance, a sparkling white strip of sand. Mack, Juliet and Bedossa are walking away from a longboat beached on one side, toward a second longboat on the other side. The three captains near to three others on the other side: Lennett, Davy Jones and Sawyer. Jones is standing in buckets of water, which he had used to get around his "cannot visit land" restriction. A trail of them is seen behind, which he hopped into to get there. They meet in the center of the sandbar, agreeing to the parlay meeting. They regard each other in silence. Bedossa looks at Davy Jones with a rare sense of dread, thinking about how he bested him in the sword combat. Juliet looks at Sawyer with disappointment, silence and pity. Mack tries to avoid looking at anyone. Jones looks at Mack, wanting to say something about Treasure but knowing he cannot in front of Lennett. Bedossa decides to break the silence. “You be the cur that led these wolves to our door.” Bedossa said to Sawyer angrily, who says nothing. “Don't blame Turner. He was but the tool of your betrayal. If you wish to see its grand architect, look to your left.” Lennett replied. Juliet, Bedossa and Mac the sea monkey look over at Mack. Mack looks to his left, too. “…Me? My hands are clean in this. Figuratively.” Mack replied. “My actions were my own doin’, to my own purpose. Mack ain’t had nothing to do with it.” Sawyer replied. “There! Listen to the tool.” Mack suggested. “Sawyer, I've been aboard the Bones. I understand the burden you bear. But I fear that cause is lost.” Juliet said regrettably. “No cause be lost if there is but one fool left to fight for it.” Sawyer replied. Sawyer's eyes shift toward Mack. Juliet clocks it, and glances at Mack. She calculates. “If Turner was not acting on your behalf, then how did he come to give me this?” Lennett asked. He holds up Mack's compass. That convinces Bedossa. “You made a deal with me, Mack, to deliver the pirates…and here they are. Don't be bashful; step up and claim your reward.” Lennett replied. “And what reward does such chicanery fetch these days?” Bedossa wondered. He tosses the compass to Mack, who catches it. "That." Mack said happily. “Not that, Mack. Your freedom. When the cannon smoke clears and the Brethren are slaughtered, off he sails to safety on the Pearl.” Lennett theorized. “Even if that was my plan, and I'm not admitting to anything, there’s not a tinker's chance of it coming off anymore.” Mack replied, knowing he has to see this through to the end to save Treasure. “There never was.” Lennett replied. “Your debt to me must still be satisfied. One hundred years in servitude aboard the Bones...as a start!” Jones said angrily. Juliet reacts to the mention of the Bones, and she realizes what Mack is after. A glance at Sawyer. Sawyer gives the slightest indication: yes. “That debt was paid.” Mack replied, then looks to Juliet again, “With some help.” “You escaped.” Jones replied. “A technicality.” Mack replied. "And I will not be giving you Treasure as payment, either." Jones' tentacles flinch upon hearing that name; Lennett was not supposed to hear that. Bedossa and Sawyer take note of this. "What type of 'Treasure' are we talking about, if I may ask?" Lennett asked curiously, looking at Jones. "Oh, did he not tell you? He really wants my magical slug which I call Treasure, like that Valek fellow did. Seems like you two have some communication problems to work out for your partnership, if I may suggest." Mack replied casually. Jones says nothing. Mack loved driving a wedge between the two. "Your suggestion will be looked into after this 'parlay' is done." Lennett replied kindly in a sarcastic way, and keeps glancing at Jones; he suspected this is what he was hiding from him. “There's no better end for Mack Stark than bilge rat aboard the Cursed Bones. I propose an exchange. Sawyer leaves with us…and you can have Mack.” Juliet bargained. “Done.” Sawyer replied. “Undone!” Make argued. “Done.” Lennett agreed. “Juliet, love, you're condemning me. Again.” Mack sighed, putting on a good act to trick Lennett and Jones. “I learned from the best.” Juliet said happily, and Mack once again can’t argue with that. Perhaps he taught her too well, but as long as this worked out, he could not complain. “Mack is one of the nine Pirate Lords. You have no right!” Bedossa argued, surprising himself that he is standing up for Mack. “King.” Juliet reminded, overruling him and smiling smugly. Bedossa frowns, then realizes: Mack is up to something. Mack doffs his hat. “As you command, your majesty.” Mack replied. He starts to cross to Lennett, when Bedossa grabs Mack's shoulder and whirls him around even as he draws his sword. “Blaggar!” Bedossa shouted. Mack evades, but not quite. Mack’s circlet coin drops to the sand. Mac the sea monkey scurries to pick up the coin. Mack raises his eyes to Bedossa. The two men regard each other. “If you be sayin’ something, I might be sayin’ something as well.” Bedossa replied. “First to the finish, then.” Mack shrugged. Sawyer and Mack complete the cross, changing sides. Jones shoves Mack down. “Do ye fear death?” Jones asked him quaintly. “You have no idea.” Mack replied grimly. “Advise your 'Brethren': you can fight, and all of you will die. Or you can not fight, in which case only most of you will die.” Lennett replied. “You murdered my father.” Juliet said to him angrily. “He chose his own fate.” Lennett replied callously. “And you have chosen yours. We will fight…and surely you will die.” Juliet replied confidently. “So be it.” Lennett replied, not fearing her. Juliet and Sawyer turn away. Mac the sea monkey drops the coin into Bedossa's hand. Bedossa contemplates it, closes his fist, and follows. Juliet and Sawyer are still tense, with their backs exposed. “…King?” Sawyer asked, wondering what he missed. “Of the Brethren Court. Or Queen, if you prefer. Courtesy of Mack.” Juliet explained. Sawyer is impressed. “Maybe that fool really does know what he's doin’ after all…” Sawyer realized. Lennett, Jones and Mack walk away on the opposite end of the sandbar. Lennett looks to Jones, thinking about what Mack let slip earlier. “So, you have been obsessed with that sea slug too, then. Very unwise.” Lennett confronted to Davy Jones. “Not anymore.” Jones replied, after thinking over what Ava Dalmas told him in the brig. “Good. I would not want an unnecessary distraction ruining this battle. As I have said before, I have no interest in magical sea slugs, and neither should anyone in the fleet. But you still lied about this to me, which was also unwise. Assume I will find out anything and everything that is unknown.” Lennett replied, even though he knew all along. “My apologies, Lord Lennett. Consider it a…sin of omission.” Jones replied, taunting him by echoing his words back at him. Lennett ignores this and keeps walking. Jones was not wrong with his response, he isn’t obsessed with getting Treasure anymore per say. He instead now wants to kill it. If he cannot have it, then he decides: nobody will. In the Cursed Bones brig, Mack is thrown into the cell by Crash and Quittance. The door is slammed shut. He looks out through the bars as Raccus moves past. “Bravo!” the right shoulder mini Mack spoke, startling Mack. Mack turns his head, panning over to see another Mack leaning against the bars on the right side. “You have arrived aboard the Cursed Bones as per the overall scheme.” Right Mack noted. "Oh, yes, bravo!” Another Mack voice spoke. This Mack is shown on the left side of the bars. Mack was hoping his insanity ended at the Locker, but alas, it appears it did not. “Except for this little sojourn in the brig, it's utter clockwork.” Left Mack said. “But we've got momentum on our side!” Right Mack said. A fourth Mack opens his eyes. This one is well on his way to becoming part of the Bones, like Wyvern and Bootstrap. He pulls away from the wall, exposing his brain. “Stab the heart!” The Bones Mack shouted ominously. All three other Macks look over at him. “Step foot ashore but once every ten years. But if you're in the brig, then who's to stab the heart?” Bones Mack asked. “It does seem to put immortality a bit out of reach.” Left Mack said, concerned. “Poppycock.” Right Mack argued. “Poppycock?” Mack asked, confused by that word. “He's never said ‘poppycock.’" Left Mack said. “I’ve never even thought 'poppycock.' What a ridiculous word.” Mack replied. “Just then you did.” Right Mack pointed out. “I did not-“ Mack was arguing. All three suddenly clutch their heads and yell in pain. They look over at Bones Mack, holding his brain inn his hand. He squeezes it again; again, all three clutch their heads and yell in pain. "Should he being doing that?” Left Mack asked. “That can't be good for us!” Right Mack panicked. Bones Mack squeezes again. “Stop it! Stop! You're giving me a terrible headache!” Mack yelled. And that reminds him of something. “The whelp.” Mack realized; he needs to think like “the whelp” and he tries to decipher what that means. The four Macks then hears footsteps, as they pause. “Who’s coming?” Left Mack asked. “Jones.” Bones Mack spoke. “Yes…Jones. Not the whelp.” Mack replied, as this interrupts his train of thought, but he also expected this visit. Davy Jones appears at the bottom of the stairs and angrily approaches the brig. He is not happy that Mack exposed his plans in front of Lennett. “Ahoy mate, meet my friends!” Mack said, gesturing his arms to the other Macks in the cell. However, Jones does not see them, rising his tentacles curiously. “You’ve gone madder than usual. I thought of ending you right here, it’d do the world a favor, but perhaps it’s worse to leave you here, rotting into the pathetic waste you are.” Jones thought. Jones reaches his claw through the brig cell, trying to grab Mack’s neck. However, Mack jumps back, and Jones is unable to grab him. He phases through the bars like he did to Ava Dalmas, now in the cell with Mack. Jones is now face to face with him. “He’s in the cell, he’s in the cell!” Left Mack panicked. “Relax, he won’t bite if you think he wont.” Right Mack insisted. “This cell is mine, only mine, I regret to inform you, mate.” Mack said casually to Jones, not trying to be afraid. “I know you could easily escape here by now. What are you planning?” Jones asked curiously. "The plan! Sail the seas for eternity!" Bones Mack spoke. "Save the slug!" Left Mack said. Hard to plan when I'm locked away in such a scary, dark prison. It's funny, I just got out of your locker and now I'm back in another of your prisons. Truly cruel, the circle of life is. By the by, you could really afford to clean some of the sand in that locker." Mack rambled. Jones then finally pieces together Mack’s master plan. “Ah, I see now. Did you think I was such a fool to not figure this out? You snuck aboard to stab my heart when the opportune moment approaches, free Turner’s father for him, and become captain of my ship, allowing you to live forever…and protect your precious pet forever, raising the leviathan safely under your care. All parties satisfied in a neat little bow.” Jones explained. Mack does not say any words. “Do not worry. I have no intent on taking your pet anymore, now that I see it will be loyal to you no matter what I do.” Jones started. “Oh whew, that’ll make this much easier then-“ Mack was saying. “Instead, I’m going to kill it. If I cannot have it…I’ll make sure you can’t either.” Jones continued coldly, smiling, as his tentacles wave. Mack’s look immediately goes dreary. Jones phases back out of the cell, leaving him with that thought. “I’m going to make you experience the same pain I felt when I lost my pet. And your friends are nearby, about to be obliterated by the fleet. You’re about to lost everything you worked so hard for, Stark. Your ship, your crew, your pet…and I will savor every minute of it.” Jones explained, laughing. Mack is horrified by this, but tries not to let Jones’s threats cut too deep. Jones walks away from the cell, leaving Mack in his madness and fear. He heads back up the stairs. Mack realizes he needs to get out of here as soon as possible to save Treasure and the pirates. He keeps pondering over “the whelp”. Sawyer, Juliet, and Bedossa climb aboard the Eclipse pearl. “We'll need the Black Pearl to serve as our flagship, and lead the attack.” Juliet explained. “Will we, now?” Bedossa asked smugly, as the two wonder what he’s planning. Sawyer spots: Ava Dalmas, being led onto deck by Gintell and several of the Thalassian pirates that Bedossa had convinced prior to help him for this scheme. She is manacled, and bound with heavy ropes. Sawyer knows what it means. “Bedossa, you can't release her!” Sawyer argued. “Can’t I, now?” Bedossa asked smugly. Suddenly, the Thalassian pirates surround Juliet and Sawyer, restraining them. She looks to the Empress, seeing Huang with other loyal pirates who tried to argue against this idea, but failed. “Sorry, Captain. I tried to warn them but they wouldn’t listen.” Huang shouted to Juliet. Juliet is annoyed after everything she did for them at the Shadow Citadel, but at least it was not her whole crew. She looks to Mara, Higgs and Mack's crew, not fighting against them. There was not much they could do given Bedossa's status. "None of you tried stopping them?" Juliet asked. "Well, he is one of our captains." Shelly said annoyed. "He ain't my captain." Duncan said. "I would've told them it was crazy but nobody here really listens to me." Mara shrugged. "Besides, mutinying fellow pirates ain't particularly what should we should be doin' right now, even if I concur this plan is insane. Sorry lass." Higgs said, which Juliet could understand. Bedossa gives Gintell and Pagetti an approving nod. They drag Ava Dalmas to the mast. “All right, Missus Fish, c’mon!” Gintell said. “We’ve got to give Mack a chance! I’m the King!” Juliet argued, as their plan was working. “Apologies, your highness. But 'tis certain the world we know ends today, and I won't be letting the likes of Ben Lennett say what comes next, and I won't be pinning my hopes on Mack Stark, neither. Too long has my fate not been in my own hands. No longer!” Bedossa decreed. He wraps his fist around the Captain's Knot Juliet wears, then tears it free. On board the Endeavor, Lennett returns to the command deck. “They have chosen oblivion. Ready the fleet.” Lennett ordered. “To your stations!” Mayfield yelled, giving the order to the crew. Soldiers scramble around on deck, preparing the Endeavor’s arsenal and waving flags to the ships around them. Back at the Eclipse Pearl, the sails raise up and the Pearl leaps forward. Pagetti presents the bowl with the pieces of eight to Bedossa, who puts in the Captain's Knot. Suddenly, the wind dies. They look up. All the sails are flat. All the ships are stopped. It is as if time around them has come to an abrupt stop. “Be there some sot of rite or incantation” Higgs asked. “Aye, the items brought together, done. Has to be performed over water, we lucked out there. Items burned. And some person must speak the words, "Calypso, I release you from your mortal bonds.” Bedossa explained. “Is that it?” Gintell asked. “’Twas said it must be spoken softly, as if to a lover.” Bedossa added. Bedossa grabs Higgs' rum bottle, and smashes it over the pile. He shoves the punk into the pile. “Calypso, I release you from your mortal bonds!” Bedossa shouted. All look at Ava Dalmas as the items smolder. Nothing else happens. “Is that it?” Gintell asked, confused. “You didn't say it right!” Pagetti noted. Everyone stares at Pagetti. Even Pagetti would stare at Pagetti if he could; he's surprised he spoke up. “You have to say it right.” Pagetti said defensively. Pagetti steps up to Ava Dalmas, who looks at him curiously. “Calypso, I release you from your mortal bonds.” Pagetti said softly and with genuine love of the sea. The punk in the bowl bursts into flame, the flame licking upward in a twisting column, and then it’s gone. The pieces of eight decay, their age overtaking them. Treasure begins to shiver as it sees the events unfolding, knowing what’s about to happen. Ava Dalmas gasps and then sags. The manacles on her hand become pitted with corrosion, fragile with rust. She shudders, and they break, falling to the deck. Sawyer struggles forward. “Ava Dalmas! Calypso! When the Brethren Court first imprisoned you…who was it that told ‘em how to do that fancy trick? Who was it that betrayed you?” Sawyer asked, making her eyes raise. “Name him.” Ava demanded. “Davy Jones.” Sawyer reminded, awakening a horrible memory in her. Her eyes shoot toward the Cursed Bones, rage building behind them. And then, Ava Dalmas starts to transform. Her eyes change color, her hair ripples with no wind. She rises up. “This is it! This is it!” Pagetti said giddily. Crew members try to restrain her. Ropes pull through their hands, but then the ropes snap. The deck buckles under her weight as she grows tenfold in size, an unbelievable vision amid the sails. Bedossa kneels; others follow suit. “Calypso. I come before you as but a servant, humble and contrite. I have fulfilled my vow, and now ask your favor. Spare my self, my ship, my crew, but unleash your fury upon those who dare pretend themselves your masters, or mine!” Bedossa bargained. Calypso barely takes notice of him…long enough to say a single word that booms out over the deck. “FOOL!” Calypso yelled. Bedossa's eyes go wide. His long-odds gamble did not pay off. “Haha, all that planning and for nothing, jackass!” Duncan taunted to Bedossa, laughing at him. Then, suddenly, Calypso collapses, and crashes down to the deck in the form of ten thousand white crabs, the same ones that lurked Mack in Davy Jones’ Locker. The crabs crash everywhere, a torrent running across the deck, tossing pirates aside. Crabs flow out over the sides of the ship, and Calypso is gone. Silence. “…Is that it?” Sawyer asked nervously. “Why, she's no help at all!” Gintell said annoyed, and looks to Bedossa, asking, “What now?” The wind picks up again, causing the sails to shudder. Bedossa is speechless, and for a rare occasion, terrified. His entire plan had failed. “Nothing. Our final hope has failed us.” Bedossa said grimly and with no hope. Jen’s hat is taken by the wind; it spirals up and around the mast. “Great, guess I’m not getting that back…” Jen sighed, annoyed. Juliet watches it fly away. “It's not over…” Juliet said, determined. Sawyer overhears her. She’s right: this is not over yet. “Hope ain’t lost. There's still a fight to be had.” Sawyer said determined. “I admire your enthusiasm, but there’s an armada arrayed against us and our numbers are no match. We've got no chance of winnin’ unless a divine miracle intervenes. I hate to say it but I’m startin’ to think was better off in the Guild…” Higgs said, not liking their odds and reminiscing when he had some peace and quiet as a Bounty Hunter Guild representative. “You sure know how to brighten the mood, gramps.” Mara said. “Only a fool's chance…” Juliet said, still watching the wind “Revenge won't bring your father back, Miss Rose, and it's not something I'm intending to die for.” Bedossa said to her bluntly. This is like a slap in the face to Juliet. But she calms herself and realizes he’s right. Nothing can bring her father back. “You're right. Then what shall we all die for?” Juliet asked. She steps up onto the rail of the ship. “Listen to me! The Brethren will still be looking here, to us, to the Eclipse Pearl, to lead. What will they see? Frightened bilge rats aboard a derelict ship? No. They will see free men and women. And freedom! And what the enemy will see is the flash of our cannons. They will hear the ring of our swords. And they will know what we can do, by the sweat of our brows and the strength of our backs, and the courage of our hearts!” Juliet yelled to all, and looks at Bedossa when she recites his familiar words. "I know how it feels to be stacked against seemingly overwhelming odds; my crew knew this well when the Shadow Lord trapped us, but we sucked it up, fought together and survived." She casts a gaze around the deck, meeting the eyes of the crew and ending on Sawyer. “Hoist the colours.” Juliet finished. Sawyer nods. “Hoist the colours.” Sawyer repeated, low and reserved. “Hoist the colorus!” Mara repeated, ready to fight, and is proud of Juliet for delivering such a speech. “Hoist the colours!” Higgs repeated, getting his spirit and motivation back. “Hoist the colours!” Gintell and Pagetti said together. It's picked up by the rest of the crew. “Hoist the colours!” Duncan, Skrum, Jen, Shelly, and the other Thalassian pirates yelled. Lotton nods, wanting to say it if his scallop was here. Treasure hops up and down, motivated by Juliet’s speech too. A murmur as the crew moves with purpose and resolve to their stations, past and around Bedossa. "Yo ho, all hands, hoist the colours high…” Skrum sang softly, strumming his mandala to the melody. “We've got the wind on our side, mateys, and that's all we need!” Higgs said. Juliet, still on the rail, turns to where the Empress lay, and shouts across to Dai Huang “Hoist the colours!” Juliet ordered, as Huang salutes and gets the crew to work. "Wait, do we trust him again now?" Skrum asked unsure, looking to Sawyer; the other crew members consider that. "I trust him." Juliet said happily. "Good enough for me, majesty." Skrum replied. "The lad chose the path he thought was right to survive, can't fault him for that." Higgs said, thinking of what Mack told him. "Lennett was never gonna uphold my bargain. I was playin' the long con like Mack would." Sawyer said, but still intent on somehow rescuing his father. "Spoken like a true pirate." Bedossa laughed, which annoys Sawyer. Several of the Thalassian pirates who aided Bedossa’s plan approach Juliet, looking regretful and worried. “Captain…King Rose…our sincerest apologies, we truly believed in Bedossa’s plan. We were true believers of Calypso and did anything to see her…but we see now it was all for nothing. We accept whatever punishment you have in store for us.” one of them said sadly. They are wearing the Disciples of Calypso symbols on their clothes, revealing they are a part of the group. The group has slowly realized their idol was not who they had hoped she was. “You did what you thought was right to survive. We’ve all done things we regret in these times to survive. And it is best we not create more enemies when we need to unite against a common enemy. I have it in my heart to forgive you, if you are willing to fight.” Juliet replied nicely. "Thank you, highness." another one spoke. "I never knew you had leading pirates in you. I'm impressed." Mara said to her. “Spoken like a true King that was, lass.” Bedossa said, weirdly proud of her too. On all the pirate ships, flags are raised. Different styles, from black on white, red on black, and to other various colors. Most flags are with the skull and crossbones, or swords together, or something ore obscure. The unique designs from ship to ship indicate how pirate groups from across the sea are all in this together. The ships surge forward. Crew members start to sing, their voices rising together in triumph. “Yo, ho, haul together, hoist the colors high…heave ho, thieves and beggars, never say we die!” The pirates yelled. “Target the Cursed Bones. I reckon we’re the only ship that can catch her.” Sawyer said to Juliet, who agrees. Treasure looks nervously out at the Cursed Bones in the distance. It worries greatly for Mack, who it misses, and knows Jones is coming to slay it. It crawls off in a panic, trying to hide away. Higgs sees it and picks up the crawling creature, trying to calm it. It had been a while since Higgs had comforted the creature. Sometimes he felt he acted as another father to it when Mack wasn’t around. “It’ll be alright, lad. I won’t let anything happen to ya. Mack’ll be okay.” Higgs promised to it, easing its nerves. On the Endeavor, Lennett sips tea at a table. Gravel approaches, with heavy wind blowing. “We have a favorable wind, sir.” Gravel reported. Lennett looks up, noticing. He is utterly casual. “So we do. Signal Jones to give no quarter. That should brighten his day.” Lennett ordered, having another sip from his cup. A signalman waves flags, as seen from the Bones. On the upper deck, Melching sees the signal and begins to scream out orders. “To arms! We will give no quarter!” Melching yelled to them. “HUZZAH!” Several of Jones’s crew yelled, eager for action. Davy Jones turns away. As the wind rises, he looks up into the sky. His hand moves toward his chest. He realizes what this means. “Calypso…” Jones said surprised. Clouds above begin to rotate, forming a storm disk in the sky, one even more dreary than Triple Darks. Lightning strikes down at sea. In the seas, a giant whirlpool begins to turn slowly. Sheets of rain begin to fall. The final battle is beginning. Notes/Trivia: -Ship Debuts: The Gemi, The Fancy, The Lo Shun, The Centurion, The Kalvari, The Ranger and The Troubadour
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