I think she is just in survival mode — doing and saying whatever it takes to stay alive and get back to Nassau where she has at least a few friends left. The irony is that Flint and Eleanor thought that the gold would solve their problem, but it has just created new ones, more money, more problems. Silver didn't confess his part in that, though. I didn't even think of it but you're probably right. He laid it all off on the other guy who was dead by that point , claiming that guy only told him the truth before he died. Or merely another form of stupidity, brought on by the brutal world these people live in? Many opponents stand in their way: rival captains, jealous of Flint's power; Eleanor's ambitious and intrusive father; and a young sailor recently recruited onto Flint's crew, John Silver, who constantly undermines his captain's agenda.
I mean Silver was shady last season, but so was Flint. Neither him or Flint are out there preaching equality and civil rights for all. I've been watching this network for 8 years. I feel like I need to come here to catch what was said. Edited January 31, 2016 by Neurochick Nothing's black and white.
Whatever Silver meant, the plan to sail into the storm was their best option. More to the point, there's the relationship between Flint and the crew. On the other hand, most of them survived it. These pirates see themselves as fighting a war. That is, if they're smart enough to start spending some of it. .
Semoga bagus dan mohon saran klo ada salah kata atau terjemahan, enjoy it and happy watching. Edited January 31, 2016 by WatchrTina Poor Guy-Who-Called-Randall-and-Silver-Curs that one time. So last week I wondered who it was Eleanor named as the one pirate who could not be pardoned. They might have been able to outrun her, but she would have gotten off at least one more round if not two, and that would have crippled the Walrus. I don't think Eleanor has an endgame in mind just yet. Chiming in that the storm scenes were awesome.
But they probably won't be able to resist going there. I don't think John had a change of heart so much as Flint remained captain after Charles Town. Rate good jika subtitle memuaskan. This would ostensibly be easier if Flint was no longer captain, because if Flint was captain, he'd figure out that he'd been betrayed because the gold had been recovered by someone and who it was, cuz three of his crew, Silver and the two guys he sent to watch the Urca, were suddenly rich. The sound of the wind when the men get below? This was when Teach was meeting with Vane and Rackham, just after the 2 sailors were told to fight each other to join Teach's crew. And it served an important purpose. I dont think Rogers is gonna be able to prevent them from going at each other's throats if they want to.
Except for the storm, that's about it. The storm scenes were freaking amazing. Then he threatens to ship her to London to hang. I watch this show with the mindset of how society was in the 18th century, not the 21st. The second interpretation is that John now sees himself as the voice of the crew and that he should have at least considered surrender as being in the best interest of the crew. It is amazing how much was crammed into this episode. I'm gonna say by episode 5.
The crew that just elected him quartermaster. The whole storm sequence felt straight out of a movie. I also think it is interesting that she does not hold the aristocracy in high regard, thinking them no better than Eleanor and her father, just blessed with better lawyers. They showed quite clearly that engaging the ship would have been suicide. Plus, you can spin it that Flint was smart enough not to get the crew involved in a losing fight, and he had the confidence in them to face the storm and survive. Rate good jika subtitle memuaskan.
This episode better be up for some cinematography awards come award season. I mean I see Teach's point about these guys getting drunk and soft, but while squabbling might keep you tough, organizing will keep you alive. I mean Silver was shady last season, but so was Flint. He's giving away all their gold for pearls and such. Everyone except Bonny was pretty much fine with Max being raped as payment for losing the pearls. I mean, he always is but you know. We want to support the show.
I also wrote a bunch of notes about the tragic death of Muldoon. I remember that whole Charlestown disaster, when they were going to execute Flint and then Vane. Barlow squelching wetly across the deck was truly creepy. It's not just that she thinks long term, she thinks contingencies, she thinks of different outcomes and how she, and the few people she cares about, might continue to survive in each possible situation. I'm pretty sure it was a black pearl.