Unlike Joe Don, Azmyth joins his officers on deck for the handing out of the Pirates Court summonses, but he's still doing his goofy accent as he has Jupiter hand out the letters. And here's who's Spotted: Alexis ("My personality can be hard for people to swallow, and that's their problem, not mine"), Laurel ("I don't even know what my case is"), and not Joe Don. Cheryl, the third Spot-ee, says she's not hurt, nor is she worried. Have you heard? She's a District Attorney in real life!
Jay can't vote, being an officer, so instead he works the crew. Half of them seem only too happy to agree to vote out Cheryl as a substitute for taking out Joe Don himself. Joe Don, meanwhile, is lobbying to cut Alexis adrift instead. Sean doesn't want to vote for Cheryl, but Jay's $1,000 bribe to Sean may change his mind. "He's golden or he's out in the cold," Jay tells Louie, who cackles in anticipation. Not that Louie doesn't cackle over just about everything. Jay figures he has four of the eight votes he needs to get rid of Cheryl. I wonder if that would still be true if they knew that Joe Don's bribe to Jay is the reason Cheryl's on the block instead of Joe Don.
That night, Pirates Court convenes. Cameron starts by letting Azmyth give a little speech, and Cameron totally breaks character when he asks, "Have you got an accent now?" It's kind of awesome. Azmyth claims that the crew's digging it, and Louie cackles in either mirth or derision. I can't tell all of his cackles apart yet. Moving on, Cameron asks Azmyth why he marked who he did. Azmyth says that Alexis has a negative attitude, and he wants things to be positive among his crew. Positive and British. How Cameron keeps from getting self-conscious about his own Aussie accent after that, I don't know. Azmyth says that Laurel just needs a fire lit under her. Azmyth oddly drops his accent as he explains that Cheryl hasn't acted like part of the crew very much. Cameron gives the floor to Jay, who accuses Cheryl of having set herself apart and looked down on the rest of the crew, which is why he nominated her in the first place. I'd say Jay is tipping his hand there, but nobody seems to realize they should be looking at his cards.