All My Children Transcript Wednesday 1/2/08
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[Knock on door]
J.R.: Can I come in? Since I'm no longer a suspected criminal, I figured we could do a more personal Christmas a little later on.
Babe: Yeah. Yeah, come on in.
J.R.: All right.
Babe: So, what happened, J.R.? I mean, did you finally remember where you were the night Zach was hit?
J.R.: With a little help from my mom. It's a long story.
Babe: So --
J.R.: Well, a gentleman's not supposed to kiss and tell, but I guess it depends on who the lady is. I was with Amanda, I was drunk as a skunk, and I told her every rotten thing that I've ever done.
Babe: And she never said anything?
J.R.: Payback is sweet.
Babe: That bitch!
J.R.: I'm not going to argue with you on that one. But you want to know what the best part is? The cherry on top of the Christmas pie? Guess who else knew the truth and buried it like a bone in the backyard?
Babe: You're kidding.
J.R.: Nope. Thanks again, Dad, for everything.
Adam: Hello, Stuart, it's your brother. Um -- I didn't call you to wish you Happy New Year yesterday, and so I'm -- I'm calling today to wish you Happy New Year. Perhaps, if you get this message in time, you could come up for a cup of coffee, or whatever. I'm sure I can fit you into my schedule.
[Adam hangs up]
Adam: Well, look who's here. What do you want, Hannah? What's this?
Hannah: Zach's head on a platter, just like you asked, boss.
Jack: Sweetheart, you -- you do trust me, don't you?
Greenlee: Of course, absolutely.
Jack: Good. Good, I want you to keep that in mind when I tell you what I want to do.
Jack: And I want you to keep in mind that I'm doing it for you.
Greenlee: Am I going to like this, Dad?
Jack: I don't know. It has to do with Kendall.
Officer: Have a seat.
Kendall: Zach, you shouldn't be out of the hospital.
Zach: And you shouldn't be here. You should be at home with our kids.
Kendall: Please -- please, please, don't do this.
Zach: Why didn't you listen to me?
Kendall: I told you that I needed to do this.
Zach: Yeah, you told me. You have no idea what you've done, do you? You've thrown away everything.
Kendall: Please don't look at me like that.
Zach: How many times did I ask you? How many times did I beg you to wait?
Kendall: I couldn't.
Zach: Why not?
Kendall: Greenlee was sick. She almost died.
Zach: She's not the problem. You're the problem. Greenlee's fine with everything. So is Aidan, so what are you doing? Why are you doing this?
Kendall: To clear my conscience. Is that good enough?
Zach: No, that's good enough. So now you got a clear conscience, and you threw away your family. That doesn't even make sense to me.
Jack: I'm sorry to interrupt, but I'd like to speak to Kendall.
Jack: Kendall, I'd like to represent you, if you would allow me to.
Kendall: I don't know what to say.
Jack: Kendall, two of my daughters made mistakes, you and Greenlee. But that doesn't change who you are to me, and it never will.
Aidan: So, Jack is representing Kendall, huh? Wow.
Greenlee: Yeah, I know. It's like the whole world has done a 180. I'm friends with Zach, you're with Kendall --
Aidan: Excuse me?
Aidan: Well, I'm with you, unless you've demoted me since last night.
Greenlee: I mean you're friends with Kendall. What did you think I meant?
Aidan: Huh. Nothing. Huh. Don't worry about it. How are you feeling?
Greenlee: Oh, Aidan, I feel fine. I wish everyone would stop asking me that.
Aidan: Well, why would they? You were trapped in a hole for five weeks with no food and no water.
Greenlee: I'm fine.
Aidan: No, you're not fine.
Greenlee: Oh --
Aidan: But you do look good enough to kiss, though.
Greenlee: When is this going to be over, Aidan?
Aidan: Well, the good news is that -- um -- Kendall is turning herself in, so that should get you off the hook for most of the charges.
Greenlee: Right, and that's supposed to make me feel better? I just -- I don't understand why she's doing this. I -- I don't know what she's thinking.
Aidan: She was thinking of you. Maybe she can't -- she can't live with what she did to you.
Greenlee: But I forgave her for all of that.
Aidan: Maybe it's not that simple for her. All right? Anyway, I really need to get down to the police station, so -- I need to see what's going on. So don't you start jumping around on this bed like a cheeky monkey, will you?
Greenlee: Yes, ok, boss. I'm so lucky to have you.
Aidan: See you soon.
Hannah: Before Zach disappeared, he ordered me to break Chandler Enterprises in pieces. So I sold every last Chandler corporation at bargain price.
Adam: To whom?
Hannah: Dummy corporations which I control. And now they're all yours, Adam. And they won't cost you half of what they should. So once you reclaim your companies, you can piece them together, and voilą, Chandler Enterprises rises from the ashes.
Adam: How careful were you?
Hannah: Ok, very. Zach won't have a clue what happened. You know, see, he's had this little pesky thing called staying alive to deal with, hmm?
Adam: How about his pit bull, Josh?
Hannah: He won't find any trails leading back to you or to me.
Adam: How can you be sure of that?
Hannah: You know what, Adam? I cover my tracks. I spent my whole life doing just that.
Adam: Yeah. Well, this is insulting. Chandler Enterprises stock is worth 10 times what this says.
Hannah: Yes, that's the idea. Sell it cheap, buy it back cheaper. It's all right there in your hands, Adam. Smile.
Hannah: Zach won't have a clue. He won't, until it's too late.
Babe: I'm sorry, J.R., about Adam.
J.R.: Well, shouldn't be surprised, right?
Babe: You deserve better.
J.R.: I had better. But I blew it with you.
Babe: Ok --
J.R.: All right. No pressure, no tricks, no begging. The new, improved J.R. respects the limits.
Babe: Um -- do you want to open a present? I have one for you.
J.R.: Ok, sure. I have one for you, too.
Babe: You first.
J.R.: All right. Uh -- did Little A wrap this?
Babe: Yeah, he helped. How'd you guess?
J.R.: I mean, there's like a roll of tape on it. All right, let's see here.
J.R.: Ah! Here we go. Ah, Babe, it's what I've always wanted.
J.R.: It's perfect, really. Let's just hope I don't have to use it again.
Babe: Well, here. This is what's really supposed to go inside.
J.R.: "I love my daddy."
Babe: Yeah. It was Little A's idea.
J.R.: I love it -- I love him. I just -- I just didn't know how much. You know?
Babe: Yeah, I do know. And now, you're going to have all the time in the world to show him.
J.R.: Uh -- ok. It's your turn.
Babe: Well, I know you wrapped this one.
Babe: Gosh, J.R., it's -- it's beautiful.
J.R.: I don't have the line of credit that I used to, but --
Babe: Hey, you -- I never needed all that fancy stuff. You know that.
J.R.: You like it? Really?
Babe: I love it.
J.R.: Good. I just have a few other presents. I'll put them under the tree for Little Adam. Well, speaking of a few presents, you still have a lot over here.
J.R.: What's this one? "To Richie, from Babe"? What the hell is this, Babe?
Michael: I got here as fast as I could -- what's up?
Richie: Good news, doc -- I've chosen the day I'm going to die.
Zach: I don't like it, any of it.
Jack: Zach, if you have a problem with my representing Kendall --
Zach: I have a problem with the whole thing, Jack.
Jack: I understand that. But Kendall's already turned herself in. You can't turn back the clock on that.
Kendall: I would be honored to have you represent me, Jack.
Jack: Thank you.
Zach: Oh, good. So everyone's happy. That's great.
Jack: Here's how we start. I find out what the charges are against you, and I build a strategy to knock some of them down.
Zach: Is that all right with you, or you going to insist on jail time?
Kendall: I don't want to go to jail. I just want to do the right thing.
Zach: It's a little complicated now.
Kendall: Zach, come on.
Jack: I've already arranged for bail, ok? Officer Hayes, if you would escort Mrs. Slater to the front to be processed -- I'll see you up there.
Kendall: Thank you, Jack.
Jack: You're welcome.
Kendall: Hey, Zach --
Kendall: I hope that you understand.
Zach: What are you thinking?
Jack: Well, it's tough to get specific at this point. There's a couple of judges we could draw. Both of them are fair, but I'll require a different game plan for each one.
Zach: But you will have a game plan?
Jack: Yes, Zach, of course, I will.
Zach: Of course, you will. She wants to take responsibility for all of that, I don't know why. But she's not going to prison. I'm not going to lose her, not again, Jack, ok?
Richie: Try not to look so excited.
Michael: Oh, no, no, no. Of course. I know how difficult this must be for you.
Richie: I'm sure it's just breaking your heart.
Richie: Next week.
Michael: Could you be more specific?
Richie: I'm going to die, Doc. So quit trying to act so damn concerned. I know you hate my guts.
Michael: I don't hate you, Novak.
Richie: Oh, sure you do. And you know what? I feel the same way. In fact, if we were on the outside, and I had some of my strength left, I'd take that dome head of yours, and I'd crush it like a melon. So come on, Doc, it's confession time. Tell me how you really feel.
Michael: All right. I think you're a dangerous sociopath.
Richie: Boo-yah! There it is. Keep it coming, Doc. I'm loving this.
Michael: And your death, whenever it may come, will be a relief to anyone who has ever had the displeasure of knowing you.
Richie: Especially to the beneficiary of my insurance policy?
Michael: That was our deal, Richie. You get released from prison, I get the money.
Richie: Oh. Do you still think you're getting all that money?
Michael: What are you talking about?
Richie: Well, I don't need you anymore, Doc, so the deal's off. I've named a new beneficiary. Babe Chandler.
J.R.: I thought you were done with Richie Novak.
Babe: I'm not seeing him if that's what you're thinking. It's just a little gift, that's all. Why are you making a big deal out of it?
J.R.: Ok. Ok, fine. It's no big deal.
Babe: Thank you.
J.R.: But to save you all the time and trouble, why don't I just go ahead and run it over to him? He's -- he's still at the psych ward, if I'm not mistaken. Yeah, that's what I'll do. I'll go ahead and take it to him right now.
Babe: J.R., wait. Don't.
Hannah: Don't I at least get an "attagirl" for bringing your company back to you?
Adam: If you're after a bonus, you've already been well paid for your work.
Hannah: Oh, yeah, and it's dirty work, too. Just what I'm good at. See, Zach goes missing, so I take advantage, move things around without a trace. And then when I find out he's alive, I -- I complete the move. See, he's not looking at me.
Hannah: He's looking at his wife, Kendall, and his precious family. So it was easy.
Adam: Yeah, so I see. You are a remarkably clever woman, Hannah.
Hannah: Yeah, so I've been told.
Adam: This business with Slater is done, so there will be other challenges ahead. I could certainly use someone like you to help me deal with them. I think we'd make a very good team.
Hannah: Are you making me an offer? Or are you just trying to get me into bed?
Adam: No, it's an offer, for now. I have it -- why don't we -- why don't we drink to it? Let's have a toast. To Chandler Enterprises, the second coming.
Hannah: See, Adam, I wouldn't sleep with you if you were the last man on earth. And I won't drink with anybody I loathe. And as for a job, I don't work anymore. I'm done -- done with it all.
Adam: Is it something I said?
Hannah: Oh, you are a snake. I have to give you that, Adam.
Adam: Your talents are considerable, Hannah. But I wouldn't overrate them if I were you.
Hannah: Hmm. Sad story of my life.
Adam: Mm-hmm. You have a lot of time to change that.
Hannah: Yeah, for the right price.
Adam: Everyone has a price.
Hannah: You know what, Adam? I took this job because you threatened to expose what happened between myself and Alexander Cambias.
Adam: Yes, being a concubine of a convicted serial killer can put a crimp in your resume. But it was him that you didn't want to find out, isn't it? Am I right? Zach?
Hannah: I did what you hired me to do, Adam.
Hannah: I hated myself for it, but I did it.
Adam: Spoken like a woman truly scorned. But you still love Zach Slater, don't you? You love him, you hate him. The tragedy is, he'll never know. How sad for you.
Joe: Oh. I'm sorry, Greenlee. I didn't mean to wake you.
Greenlee: No, it's ok. Joe, when can I go home?
Joe: Good Lord. You don't like our accommodations?
Greenlee: You really want me to answer that?
Joe: Uh --
Greenlee: I just -- I -- I miss my own bed.
Joe: Yeah. Well, that's certainly understandable. The problem is, Greenlee, your system has been badly compromised. You're not in any immediate danger, but, you know -- I can make a strong case for keeping you here another week, at least.
Greenlee: Oh, no. Please, God -- no, no, no, no.
Joe: Unless you promise to rest. You follow doctor's orders, no work --
Greenlee: Yes, yes, yes!
Joe: No, work, no stress.
Joe: No, I mean it, Greenlee. You almost died on us, and I'm not going to let you go unless you really and truly promise.
Greenlee: Joe, I have no intention of dying anytime soon. I will do whatever it takes.
Joe: All right, all right. Well, maybe I can let you go tomorrow, assuming -- assuming that all the latest tests check out, you know.
Greenlee: Great, thank you.
Aidan: So what are Kendall's chances here? I mean, really?
Jack: It's difficult to say. It's going to be a very high-profile case because of who Kendall is and the circumstances surrounding it.
Aidan: Ok, don't be a lawyer, all right? I mean, just -- what's -- what's your best guess?
Jack: Best guess?
Jack: 50/50, Aidan. Jail or community service. It's -- huh -- kind of depends on the D.A.'s mood.
Aidan: Damn. Oh, man.
Jack: Yeah. Damn, indeed. It's a real mess, isn't it? Although, I must say, you should be commended. Not so long ago, you would've been screaming for Kendall's head on a stick.
Aidan: Well, a lot's changed since then.
Aidan: Jack, we've known each other a long time. If you got something to say, why don't you just come out and say it?
Jack: You and Kendall --
Aidan: Yeah? What about me and Kendall?
Jack: How about you tell me?
Kendall: Did you hear Spike snoring?
Zach: No, I didn't.
Kendall: Zach, please talk to me.
Zach: What do you want to talk about? What do you want to say? I dreamed about this evening. My first night home with the boys -- I dreamed about that every day in that hole.
Kendall: I know --
Zach: You don't know. You can't. You don't know what I'm feeling right now.
Kendall: Well, then tell me.
Zach: I know you made a promise to God because you wanted to come clean. I think that's very nice. What about your promise to me? What about your promise to those little boys? They're your responsibility. That is your family.
Kendall: I love my boys. I love you. You have no idea how -- how --
Zach: No, you have no idea. You have no idea what it was like in that hole, running out of food, running out of water, not knowing if I would see you, Ian, Spike ever again. And you know what? I did a little bargaining, too. I bargained with God. I said, "If you get me out of here -- if you get us out of here, I will never be separated from my family ever again."
Kendall: Please, just --
Zach: Because I should've died that day. I should've died when the car hit me, I should've died when I fell into that hole, but I didn't. I kept fighting. You know why? I wanted to be there for those boys, I wanted to see them grow up, and I fought for the privilege of seeing your face, the privilege of seeing you. And for what? What, I crawled out so I can be here and hold your hand when they tell you how many years you're going to spend in prison?
Kendall: Why can't you understand how --
Zach: I do understand, Kendall. I do. That's the problem. I understand that nothing has changed. It's all exactly the way it was when I went missing. You think you can do everything on your own. Well, you can't. That's how we ended up right here. What are we? Hmm? We're not a team. So what are we?
Kendall: Zach, we are a team.
Zach: That's not the way I see it.
Kendall: Well, I'm sorry for that.
Zach: Yeah? That's nice.
Kendall: I am.
Zach: I need to know where this is coming from.
Kendall: I told you where this is coming from.
Zach: You told me what? I'm telling you -- Greenlee forgives you, Aidan forgives you, so there is something you're not telling me. What is it?
Kendall: I can't do this anymore, I --
Zach: Tell me.
Aidan: What are you getting at, Jack?
Jack: I'm not sure, Aidan -- just a feeling that there's more to this story than anyone's telling me.
Aidan: Like what?
Jack: I understand how you and Kendall have gotten close.
Aidan: Yeah, by digging our way through ice and snow to find our loved ones. That's how close we got.
Jack: I'm not insinuating anything here.
Aidan: Listen, Jack, I love your daughter more than anything in the whole world. There's nothing that I wouldn't do for her. I would jump in front of a bullet for her. I would exchange my life for hers in a heartbeat. So anything you're feeling or think you know other than that is irrelevant.
Aidan: Uh -- that wasn't very convincing.
Jack: Let me make sure you're clear on a couple of things. Greenlee and I haven't always done the father/daughter thing very well -- sometimes it's been my fault, sometimes hers. But through this whole ordeal, one thing I've realized is that her dreams, her happiness, are the most important things to me. I like you. I think you're a good man. But that's my little girl, son. And anyone breaks her heart -- I mean anyone at all -- they are going to find in me the worst enemy they can imagine.
Aidan: And I wouldn't expect anything less.
Jack: So we understand each other?
Aidan: Yes, sir, we do.
Joe: I'll give Aidan a set of instructions and, of course, you're going to be coming back here for tests anyway, starting Monday.
Joe: Why? Because we'd miss you otherwise.
Greenlee: Yeah -- liar.
Joe: Uh-huh. So, you stick with the program, and we'll let you go home. Is that a deal?
Greenlee: Deal. Thank you, Joe. I just -- I feel like it's a new beginning for me, you know? Like I got through this and now everything in front of me is just going to be great. Does that sound crazy?
Joe: Wish all my patients were as optimistic as you are.
Greenlee: Hmm. Well, maybe they just didn't have as much reason to be.
Joe: Hmm. Oh, Rebecca? I want to have some additional blood work done on Greenlee Smythe. There's something about the labs that's not adding up.
Rebecca: All right, ok.
J.R.: So you don't want me going anywhere near Richie?
Babe: Why? Because it's none of your business -- that's why. Remember the new J.R. Chandler, respecting limits?
J.R.: Babe, listen, I know my place, ok? I'm your ex-husband. Yeah, I've made plenty of mistakes. I have no rights, except I'm the father of a son who I don't want anywhere near that lowlife.
Babe: Why are you making such a big deal out of this? Yes, at one time, I was attracted to a guy named Wes, but --
J.R.: And he turned out to be Annie's brother, Richie. And in spite of all his lies, you still have feelings for him. My God, Babe, didn't you learn anything by being with me?
Babe: Well, I'm not planning on settling down with either one of you.
J.R.: Fine. So drop your present in the mail for Richie and let him die his natural death, be done with it. You got a problem with that?
Babe: I'm not as callous as you are.
J.R.: That's right, I forgot -- you have feelings for this pathetic bum.
Babe: Oh, go to hell.
J.R.: I probably will. And as far as Richie Novak is concerned, he's trouble, and I don't want you going anywhere near him, and I definitely don't want my son around him.
Babe: You don't have a say in my life anymore, J.R.
J.R.: On this issue, I'm giving myself the say. You stay away from him, Babe. I mean it.
Michael: You think you can back out of our deal this late in the game, you are out of your mind.
Richie: Well, according to the officials here, I am out of my mind -- unfortunately, not enough to make a difference to you, Doc. Now, go back to the fed pen and say hi to my buddies.
Michael: Oh, you'll be back there before you know it.
Richie: In how long -- a week, a month? It'll take just that long to come up with a new scheme and try to cover your tracks and by then, well --
Michael: I swear to God --
Richie: No, don't do that, Doc. Don't do that -- don't do it here. See, some of the loonies here -- they have a personal relationship with the big guy. So, Babe gets the cash, you get nothing -- class dismissed.
Michael: You think this is over? You really are crazy.
Richie: No, I'm not crazy, chump. I just played you. Deal with it. Now, go back to the fed pen and groom a new meal ticket. This one is going to the promised land. Ah. Hmm -- ah.
Richie: Yeah. Remember that problem I told you about with the doctor? Time to take care of it. Well, now, there's a face I didn't expect to see. Pull up a chair, Junior. What's your game, huh? I'm partial to solitaire myself, but I really don't have a lot of friends.
J.R.: Yeah? That's not likely to change.
Richie: I do something to tick you off, dude?
J.R.: No -- dude. I'm just here for a friendly word of advice.
Richie: Oh, I bet you are.
J.R.: You stay the hell away from my wife.
Richie: Your wife? Did you get married again?
Richie: Oh -- your ex-wife. Now, why would I want to go and do that?
J.R.: Because I told you to, and whatever you think you got going on with her, you don't.
Richie: Says you.
Richie: Well, then I guess I should just die and go to heaven.
J.R.: That works for me. You know, if you keep it up, I'll make it sooner than later.
Adam: Hannah, tell me this -- was this obsessive pursuit of Zach Slater in any way reciprocated? Or was it just a fantasy of yours?
Hannah: Did you know that I could shoot a contact lens out of a person's hand with a high-powered rifle at 300 yards?
Adam: My goodness. Are you threatening me?
Hannah: I've settled my debt. We're done here.
Kendall: I hate myself for what I've done.
Zach: Look at me.
Kendall: I can't.
Zach: Yes, you can. Come on. Hey.
Kendall: I let you down, Zach. I let you and the boys down, and I don't understand why I keep doing this to my family and why I keep hurting the people that I love.
Zach: Kendall, stop --
Kendall: No, no. Listen to me. I do trust you. I'm the one who can't be trusted. I do things without thinking, and I don't --
Zach: Will you --
Kendall: No, no. Listen, I thought -- I thought that maybe, maybe if I owned up to what I did, then it would -- it would take all the bad karma away and that we would have only good things come to us. I thought maybe, maybe it would take the pain away.
Zach: Come here. Come on. Come here.
[Zach comforts Kendall]
Zach: Ok. Shh.
Babe: What's that?
Little Adam: A bear.
Babe: A bear? That's right, and what's a bear say?
Little Adam: "Roar."
Babe: Did you have fun with Winnie today?
Little Adam: Yeah.
Babe: You did? Guess what -- Daddy was here while you were out, and he left you some presents and guess what -- I gave him our present, and he loved it!
Little Adam: I drew Daddy a picture.
Babe: You drew Daddy a picture? Can I see it? Is it in your backpack? I want to see it. Did Winnie help you with it?
Little Adam: Yeah.
Babe: She did?
Babe: Oh, my gosh. Little A, it is so beautiful! Look at all the smiles on our faces. We look so happy. And -- and whose house are we in front of? Are we in front of yours and mine?
Little Adam: Yeah, all of ours.
Babe: "All of ours"?
Richie: In case you haven't heard, I'm a short-timer on this planet, so you've got nothing to worry about, Junior.
J.R.: No, I'm not worried about you, Richie. I don't want Babe getting wrapped up in your grief -- you got it?
Richie: Yes, sir.
J.R.: You think I'm kidding?
J.R.: Keep it up.
Richie: Ok, you know what? I surrender, ok, ok? I'll never see her again -- does that make you happy?
J.R.: Yeah, that works for me.
Richie: Good. In the meantime, just go tell her -- oh, I don't know. Just tell her -- she'll figure it out. Get the hell out of here.
Richie: Tell her goodbye. Just tell her goodbye.
Adam: I want and need an emergency meeting of the entire executive board ASAP, so set it up. Do it. Well, they tried to bring us down, old buddy, but they failed. I'm still standing.
Greenlee: Yay -- huh. Perfect timing.
Aidan: You're that bored, huh?
Greenlee: No, it's just that Joe was right -- the TV in here sucks, so they're letting me go home tomorrow. Only problem is you're going to have to hang with me.
Aidan: And what did I do to deserve that?
Greenlee: Hey, how's Kendall? Is everything ok?
Aidan: Yeah, she's -- she's ok. Jack's taking care of things, so -- anyway, is -- anything else I can check on for you?
Greenlee: No, not that I can think of.
Aidan: All right. Do you need anything? How about some nice food for a change?
Greenlee: No, I'm all set.
Aidan: Ok. Well, in that case -- scoot over.
Greenlee: Well, this is becoming a habit with you.
Aidan: Oh. Are you complaining?
Greenlee: No, just -- don't take all of my blankets, Devane.
Aidan: Hey, I'm not a blanket hog, that's you.
Greenlee: Right. One -- I don't hog the covers, either.
Aidan: Oh, really?
Greenlee: Yes, really. Hmm. You know, it's -- it's all starting to come true.
Greenlee: All of my dreams and wishes in the bomb shelter. They're starting to come true. I'm almost afraid to say it, but -- I'm just so happy, Aidan.
Kendall: Tell me that you love me. Make me forget what I've done.
[Kendall and Zach kiss passionately then slowly lower themselves to the floor]
>> On the next "All My Children" --
Annie (to Babe): This is it. Richie's about to die.
Adam (to J.R.): Can you and I be father and son again?
Kendall: I'm not going to lie to the judge.
Zach: You're going to say whatever Jack tells you to say.
Kendall: No, Zach, I'm sorry, but I won't.
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