Why is Madi so committed to the pirate cause? As I said, I can kind of see it but it still doesn't feel as organic as other developments on this show. You could say Silver's unwillingness to bargain with her life is righteous, but it's also selfish, as he is putting his feelings above the promises he's made to the men to carry on with the war and all of that. Or with Rogers, who had the upper hand just by sheer number of men and size of ships, but he ignored his advisers and rammed the pirates instead, wanting to cause panic amongst them, but instead causing it amongst his own sailors. Flint wants civilization think Rogers to burn and replace it with whatever version of pirate utopia he has in mind. Madi's view expanded to include the Nassau slaves once she saw what was happening there; originally it was just the Maroon people to be involved.
I think they are both using each other - for lack of a better phrase - because they both need the combined manpower. I knew he was a goner, but. I love hearing Rogers be told to fuck off as much as the next person and I enjoyed his expression when Madi told him he was responsible for Eleanor's death, but I'm not 100% clear on Madi's motivations. While he has grown attached to the pirates over the years, he always has and always will put his own interests above everyone else. Madi will be rescued, and she and Silver will open an inn together which I suspect will be a front for helping escaped slaves, much like her father once did. Pirates really don't have loyalty to each other, Dooley was real quick with offering to kill Silver. Save When will be Black Sails next episode air date? However, she has no idea all that's gone on since her capture and I doubt Rogers has been giving her a play by play.
Madi will be rescued, and she and Silver will open an inn together which I suspect will be a front for helping escaped slaves, much like her father once did. Will they even be in the last episode? Farewell Joji: your only job on this show was to look cool, but damn you nailed it. Regarding Rogers, I'm of two minds on this. Well, maybe I should have put that entire sentence in the past, though. Can someone explain Jack's speech on board the ship to me? She seemed to be seeking retribution for slavery.
Sorry, I don't know his name. To be honest, I'm incredibly relieved they didn't delve into Silver's backstory. They all know that they only need to keep calm and follow orders. I gave Madi a round of snaps when she told that asshole off. And that Silver was no longer supporting Flint's agenda who knows where she'd land on this issue, but I'm not certain Flint's assertion of where she would land is sound. I told my girlfriend long ago that the same awesome that has kept Joji alive this long is the same awesome to doom him when six recognizable members of the Walrus Crew need killing to showcase Flint's badassery.
Yes to all of this. As long as Silver and Flint are destroyed? I agree that Madi is for the freedom of her people and not for Flint's cause though I can see point about Madi seeming to want retribution for slavery. Loved everything about this episode. Edited March 27, 2017 by attica He has no ear in the scene with Ben Gunn. Fun part is, I'm pretty sure Madi will be absolutely mad at Silver for giving away the cash. She has zero fear of these assholes, and she knows better then to deal with them.
Don't forget the English and Spanish empires were real bastards - conquering, killing, enslaving and torturing; exploiting their own people with horrific labor and living conditions. I think Madi wants to change the world, but not in the way Flint wants it to change by burning everything down. But no, that was a long satisfying all out battle and Joji held himself toe to toe with Flint. Because it gives a shot of both sides of DeGroot's head and both ears are definitely still intact. Stray from his light and there were dragons. How you can throw in with Rogers, he basically told you that you were trash. In her own way, she is being driven by emotion as much as Silver or Flint.
Not ready for that, I still love him even though he has gone delusional. We want to support the show. Flint knew him only for a few days and took care of him in 5 seconds flat. Where to countdown Black Sails air dates? I liked the flashback scenes of Flint teaching Silver to fight. And I can see why Billy would feel betrayed that those he was fighting for would so quickly turn on him but enough to absolutely destroy the Walrus and partner with Rogers? Billy will survive, though will eventually end up a broken man, absolutely terrified of Silver. That was 1 heck of a way to go.
There are just no words to describe how fantastic her scene was. I was expecting Joji to let Flint go, too. He chooses Madi over the war because the war was never the most important thing in his life. It can be inferred that Madi and Flint are fighting the same fight and are on the same page, but really they are not. The music was a masterpiece.
Is Black Sails renewed or cancelled? Because she thought if they could win Nassau they her and her people would have a chance at freedom. His fight on the ship earlier in the season with Anne and Blackbeard made it a point to show him falling back and just making it when pulling out a pistol to shoot an oncoming enemy. Older episode discussions: to view a reddit search listing all past episode discussion threads also listed individually on. Flint keeps saying Madi is for this war and in context I can see why some would think Madi agrees wholeheartedly with Flint, that she is for his cause, the pirates' cause. Britain is going to chew Rogers up and spit him out. Aw Billy - I know you hate Flint, but everyone who has gone up against him ends up either dead or alive with their life ruined.