Black Sails (TV series)

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Black Sails (2014-2017) is an American dramatic adventure television series set on New Providence Island and a prequel to Robert Louis Stevenson's novel Treasure Island.

Season 1[edit]

I.[edit]

(January 25, 2014)
Flint: I'm gonna go and see Richard. He can help me recreate the schedule.
Gates: Richard Guthrie?
Flint: Mm-hmm.
Gates: You think he's gonna help you?
Flint: Yes. Yes, I do.
Gates: Let's just for fun say that he doesn't. What then?
Flint: Then I'll forget about the schedule and go back to hunting fat, lazy merchantmen and everyone will be content.
Gates: This is one of those times where we pretend that we both don't know that you're lying.

Mr. Scott: [to Gates] You steal cargo at the end of a sword. We sell that cargo to markets that will never have you. When you are strong, you are a necessary evil. When you are not strong, you are likely soon to be dead. But what you are not ever is a sound investment.

Silver: Me, I can't help myself. I see an opportunity, I take it. It's a sickness. Truly.

Vane: Eleanor, your father sells my cargo. Whatever it is you're so upset about, I doubt he feels the same.
Eleanor: When I tell him you put our biggest earner out of business, he'll -
Vane: Remind you that Flint hasn't been your biggest earner in quite some time. You'll also be reminded of what you've always known but never accepted, that if forced, your father will always choose profits over daughters. Hate your father? I wouldn't blame you. Hate me, too, if you'd like. And if you feel the need, cling to Flint, and his legend and a past the rest of us have long outgrown. But make no mistake about it, whatever future this place has left, I'm it. And if you ever challenge me again in front of my crew, I may just forget that I loved you once.

II.[edit]

(February 1, 2014)

III.[edit]

(February 8, 2014)

IV.[edit]

(February 15, 2014)

V.[edit]

(February 22, 2014)

VI.[edit]

(March 1, 2014)

VII.[edit]

(March 8, 2014)

VIII.[edit]

(March 15, 2014)

Season 2[edit]

IX.[edit]

(January 24, 2015)

X.[edit]

(January 31, 2015)

XI.[edit]

(February 7, 2015)

XII.[edit]

(February 14, 2015)

XIII.[edit]

(February 21, 2015)

XIV.[edit]

(February 28, 2015)

XV.[edit]

(March 7, 2015)

XVI.[edit]

(March 14, 2015)

XVII.[edit]

(March 21, 2015)

XVIII.[edit]

(March 28, 2015)

Season 3[edit]

XIX.[edit]

(January 23, 2016)

XX.[edit]

(January 30, 2016)

XXI.[edit]

(February 6, 2016)

XXII.[edit]

(February 13, 2016)

XXIII.[edit]

(February 20, 2016)

XXIV.[edit]

(February 27, 2016)

XXV.[edit]

(March 5, 2016)

XXVI.[edit]

(March 12, 2016)

XXVII.[edit]

(March 19, 2016)

XXVIII.[edit]

(March 26, 2016)

Season 4[edit]

XXIX.[edit]

(January 29, 2017)

XXX.[edit]

(February 5, 2017)

XXXI.[edit]

(February 12, 2017)

XXXII.[edit]

(February 19, 2017)

XXXIII.[edit]

(February 26, 2017)

XXXIV.[edit]

(March 5, 2017)

XXXV.[edit]

(March 12, 2017)

XXXVI.[edit]

(March 19, 2017)

XXXVII.[edit]

(March 26, 2017)

XXXVIII.[edit]

(April 2, 2017)
Jack Rackham : A story is true. A story is untrue. As time extends, it matters less and less. The stories we want to believe, those are the ones that survive, despite upheaval and transition and progress. Those are the stories that shape history

Cast[edit]


External links[edit]

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