'The Curse Of Oak Island' Season 8 Episode 3: Vibratory hammers to eight inches, Internet counts sexual innuendos
'I don't think this shaft with the knobs on the end is a pin... I've seen similar things'
'The Curse Of Oak Island' provides fodder for entertainment, for lots of reasons. Apart from the never-ending treasure hunt, the fans enjoy watching the show merely for the numerous sexual innuendos, that appear in every episode. In fact, it has also become a drinking game as well. Viewers take shots every time the narrator speaks in an excited tone, or Gary Drayton uses the metal detector, and a double shot for the Knights Templar references.
The latest episode was full of sexual innuendos, so fans really couldn't resist. "A fairly big vibratory hammer, huh? Tell me more... #OakIslandCursers #CurseOfOakIsland," a fan tweeted. "'I don't think this shaft with the knobs on the end is a pin... I've seen similar things...' #OakIslandCursers #CurseOfOakIsland," a fan tweeted. "It's about 8 inches #curseofoakisland #oakislandcursers That's what HE said," a fan wrote, referring to Gary Drayton's thrill after finding an ox foot. "I'm sure they want to be aggressive with the shaft-like feature... #OakIslandCursers #CurseOfOakIsland," another tweeted.
"I’m not sure what Rick does. Begley is the shovel b***h, Billy runs the excavator, Laird makes sure they don’t violate whatever the Canadian NAGPRA laws are. I guess Rick connects with the experts/kooks who come through? #OakIslandCursers #CurseOfOakIsland," one fan wanted to know.
I’m not sure what Rick does. Begley is the shovel bitch, Billy runs the excavator, Laird makes sure they don’t violate whatever the Canadian NAGPRA laws are. I guess Rick connects with the experts/kooks who come through? #OakIslandCursers#CurseOfOakIsland— MandyMac79 (@Mandymac79) November 25, 2020
Meanwhile, there's a lot to unravel about Oak Island. The team has discovered an old Chinese coin as well as an Ox foot, which could indicate that a team of oxen was used to lug 'something heavy' to the Money Pit, and it could just be the treasure. The Laginas and co also have to investigate the numerous tunnels and see where they lead to. Oak Island researcher Doug Crowell had discussed two historic Barringer surveys previously carried out by two treasure-hunters on the island, Fred Nolan and Dan Blankenship, which were never followed up. This was despite the fact that the two surveys indicated underground tunnels, including one that leads to the famed Money Pit. One survey also indicated that there are four possible targets of buried non-ferrous metals, which as the team’s metal-detecting expert Gary pointed out, could just be gold.
In the latest episode, apart from other excavations on the island, the Fellowship tries to understand this revelation as they believe that there are tunnels from the swamp, Smith's Cove and LOT 15 that could lead to the Money Pit.
'The Curse Of Oak Island' airs on History Channel, Tuesdays at 9 pm.