- #1 The Tackle: Mr Bush comes aboard the Renown, and is nearly hit by a net full of barrels. Horatio knocks him down just in time. Interesting welcoming ceremony, indeed.
- #2 The Two-syllable There: Mr Bush suggests to Horatio that something more than met the eye happened when captain Sawyer fell.
Mr Bush: Is that all?
Mr Hornblower: All? What do you mean all?
Mr Bush: You know what I mean. You were the-ere.
- #3 Quietly as You Can: A disagreement between Styles and Mr Bush who suggests that if Styles is loud during their night attack, he will silence him for good. Matthews, despite being friends with Styles, approves of Mr Bush's interference, and then not-quite-whispers (that is, he shouts) to the crew: "Softly now, quietly as you can."
- #4 Gawking at the Lovebirds: The already mentioned scene. Archie obviously likes to watch. Who knew he was such a voyeur? And how come a voyeur can be so adorable?
- #5 The Thousand-yard One-shot Kill: Archie has some Improbable Aiming Skills, that's certain sure.
- #6 Indignant Horatio: Features Horatio's Shot vs Mr Bush's Shot. Horatio is not pleased that his was a miss.
- #7 Sourpuss Horatio: Horatio tries using heated shots to attack the Spanish ships. Unfortunately, one of the guns overheats and blows. Chaos ensues. Luckily, their crew manage to run and they do not get blown up as well.
Mr Bush: I know what happens when metal overheats. My uncle was a blacksmith.
Mr Hornblower: I believe they call it the co-efficient expansion, sir.
Mr Bush: Oh. I call it bloody dangerous. [Mr Kennedy gives a laugh.]
Mr Hornblower: I'm glad you find some amusement in this situation, Archie. Because of my elementary mistake...
: Come, gentlemen, no time for soul-searching. The furnace awaits. [They leave, and Horatio gives them a hard look which is very close to a stink eye or even a Death Glare
- #8 The Turnips: Horatio must face his fear of heights, and Archie takes some malicious joy of mischievously reminding him of his anxiety.
Mr Kennedy: [being saucy] I remember when you used to be scared of heights, Mr Hornblower.
Mr Hornblower: [measures the height he must descend from] Nothing's changed, Mr Kennedy.
Mr Bush: They say one must always do what one dislikes.
Mr Hornblower: Oh, yes?
Mr Bush: [nods] When I was a boy, I had to eat turnips.
Mr Hornblower: Eat them now, do you? [starts to climb down]
Mr Bush: Never touch 'em. [smiles]
- #9 The Jump: I caaan't swiiiim! See above.
- #10 The Spanish Ladies: Mr Hobbs desperately wants Captain Sawyer to remember his accident and leads him to the hole where it happened. Ominous music keeps playing. When Hobbs asks what he can see, Sawyer answers: "Spanish Ladies." True enough, in the very place are now kept imprisoned Spanish Ladies.
- #11 The Back of Mine: Mr Bush is a bad ass 1st Lieutenant, and is not afraid to bitch-slap.
Mr Bush: [to midshipmen Hammond and Orrock] As Midshipmen, I expect you to know this ship like the back of your hand, or else you shall know the back of mine. Is that understood?
- #12 The Voice Crack: Mr Bush's voice breaks when he orders the crew to follow him to attack the fort:
Mr Bush: Renown's, to me-e!
- #13 Funny French Face: Major Côtard played by Greg Wise has priceless facial expressions.
- #14 The Survival of the Impossibly Huge Explosion: Exaggerated Stuff Blowing Up and Outrunning the Fireball — not very convincing, and frankly, quite laughable.
- #15 The Bird Squawk: When Major Côtard gets shot, some seriously strange noise is heard. Oh well.
- #16 The Lean: Mrs Mason has No Sense of Personal Space. Poor Mr Bush! But his crooked weak smile is priceless.
- #17 Horatio's Flood Pants: Too short pants and white socks? While climbing a dark rock? Not a good fashion choice, Horatio. What happened to your nice uniform?
- #18 The Horrifically Butchered American Accent: Some sensitive ears don't take lightly Fake Americans.
- #19 Like True British Sailors: Crazy Captain Sawyer is doped by laudanum (it must be a lethal dosage by this point) and is totally losing his wits. When Mr Buckland hosts Colonel Ortega and his wife so that those would lose their attention, while the other lieutenants prepare for action, Sawyer decides he wants to sing as loudly as possible. The uncomfortable looks, especially Senora Ortega's, are just hilarious.
- #20 The Pity: Captain Sawyer singing performance continues and Acting Captain comes to his room to silence him.
Acting Captain Buckland: Sir! Stop this madness!
Captain Sawyer: Ah. The acting captain. So glad you're here.
Acting Captain Buckland: Sir?
Captain Sawyer: When I see you, I feel so much less pity for myself.
- #21 The Mildew-ed Canvas Bed: Major Côtard who is by this point of the story just insufferable French Jerk does not like his berth. Or berth-mate?
Major Côtard: [absolutely outraged storming into Captain's room] Capitaine 'ornblower, if this is a joke, it is in poor taste.
1st Lt. Mr Bush: Sir, only Captain's steward may enter without knocking.
Captain Hornblower: What's the problem, Major Côtard?
Major Côtard: Do you seriously expect me to sleep in a mildewed canvas bed with a common crew?
Captain Hornblower: [to Mr Bush] I thought he was sharing your berth?
1st Lt. Mr Bush: He is.