|Bonus||WALKING THE PLANK||Jun 16, 2017|
|1||THE S.S. JEREMY||Jan 31, 2018|
|2||CURSED JOURNEY||Feb 2, 2018|
|3||SHIPWRECK MUSICAL||Feb 7, 2018|
|4||FIGHTING EVERYONE||Feb 9, 2018|
|5||THE FINAL VOYAGE||Feb 14, 2018|
|6||THE S.S. IAN FROM SMOSH||Apr 5, 2018|
|7||TRAITOR'S SHANTY||Apr 10, 2018|
|8||TROLLING AT SKULL ISLAND||Apr 12, 2018|
|9||THE FINAL TREASURE HUNT||Apr 16, 2018|
- The bonus episode was recorded at E3
- The first 5 episodes were recorded when Sea of Thieves was in a closed Beta.
At the bottom of the description in each Cow Chop video there are two phrases, both in a different language that are sometimes related to that video. | The following are the translations for each video.
NOTE: Most of these are meant to not make any sense.
WALKING THE PLANK | Bonus
- Malayalam → English - "The skulls and crossbows are called Jolly Roger at the top of a pirate ship. Although the name "Jolly Roger" is out of history, the red flags are used in a theory. Centuries ago, a naval battle was not normally used as a black flag, nor could it offer any kind of mercilessity, and anyone who is caught will soon be killed."
THE S.S. JEREMY | Episode 1
- German → English - "In 1970, the Congress took its anti-smoking initiative a step further and passed the Cigarette Act, which since 2 January 1971 prohibits the advertising of cigarettes on television and radio."
CURSED JOURNEY | Episode 2
- Indonesian → English - "Blackbeard (AKA Edward Teach) is known as the most horrific pirate in the world. Before catching a ship, he will weave the hemp into his beard and light it - a bullying tactic that makes him look evil."
SHIPWRECK MUSICAL | Episode 3
- Indonesian → English - "Grog-mixed rum, water, lemon juice, and sugar-is the beverage of choice for pirates. (Hmmm, wonder if that's where our rum punch idea comes from?)"
FIGHTING EVERYONE | Episode 4
- Spanish → English - "Although the origin of the name "Jolly Roger" has been lost, a theory is derived from the use of red flags. Centuries ago, a red flag was commonly used during the naval war to indicate that there would be no mercy, and any captured person would be killed immediately. Called Joli Rogue ("quite red") by the French, the theorists claim that this was translated into English as Jolly Roger. Another theory suggests that Jolly Roger derived from "Old Roger", a term for the Devil. Oh, these pirates are so mysterious!"
THE FINAL VOYAGE | Episode 5
- Norwegian → English - "Although walking on the shelf is common in modern piratlore, most pirates only killed people immediately. When they tortured their prisoners, it was usually through keelhauling (to drag a bound sailor into the water from the back of the ship), marooning a person on a deserted island or remote sandbar, or lashings with a cockpit."