clues: Hook's sidekick; "Peter Pan" pirate; Barrie
baddie; Hook’s helper; Fictional pirate; Neverland pirate;
Jolly Roger mate; Inept fictional underling
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man who is high up likes to think he has done it all himself; and
the wife smiles, and lets it go at that. It's our only joke.
Every woman knows that. ~ J. M. Barrie
is a fictional character in the Peter Pan mythos. He is Captain
Hook's right-hand man (so to speak) and bo'sun in J.M. Barrie's
play Peter Pan and the novel Peter and Wendy. He seems an oddly
genial man for a pirate — Barrie describes him as "a
man who stabbed without offence" — and is shown in the
multiple movies as a rather stupidly entertaining man interested
in loot rather than Hook's more evil pleasures. Loyal to Hook and
enjoying his life as a pirate, he still manages to appear more as
a child's trouble-causing uncle than a genuinely bad man.
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