We sight a nameplate floating on the waves of the Pirate Sea. It reads “Lucky”. Micah/Nera quips “It must be from Admiral Duckworth’s ship – The Lucky Duck”!
We are informed from a thoroughly drunk Dr. Bones in Brigandy Bay that to find Captain Flint, we should look for “the Admiral”. Seratos puzzles over this rather ambiguous clue, “We don’t know for sure what this ‘Admiral’ is. It may be a person, or a place like a bar or brothel…” Foy/McLeod interrupts, “I volunteer to check out if it’s a brothel!”
Seemingly Dr.Bones does know something of the whereabouts of Captain Flint, but our captain has grave reservations about trying to take the good doctor aboard for help. Burke/Anne “We already have to deal with ONE drunk in our crew. Kracken Jack seems drunk on spell power all of the time!
Bentley describes the proprietor of the Alligator Pit, Augustus Davies, as resembling Colonel Sanders and Barry and Dan chorus “It’s Norm Macdonald!”
Bentley, commenting on the severely wounded condition of Rowdy, the alligator we were sent to capture for the Alligator Pit, “He looks like he needs Gatorade.”
Dan, upon hearing yet another awful (edit: awesome!) pun from Bentley, declares, “I’m not going to write that down!”
On the new menu at the Alligator Pit, “Kids Eaten Free!” group chorus.
Bentley titles a Cthulhu musical, “The King in Yellow and I”.
Barry/Gronk attempts to guide some severely lost Graels, “Gronk draws the direction to sail in chalk on the deck of the lost ship!”
Gronk has defeated a mighty megalodon and is wrestling with its largest tooth to take as a trophy. Seratos/Dan (ever the voice of reason and even temperament), “Gronk, are you sure you can handle the tooth?!”