As The World Turns Transcript Monday 7/16/01
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Simon: We will find Luke and Holden, okay? I promise.
Lily: I'm beginning to believe that. Good night, Simon.
Simon: Good night, Lily.
Katie: I knew it! I knew it!
Lily: You know what? I have the wrong room.
Simon: Don't you dare move. Come here! What the hell are you doing here?!
Katie: I followed you from Oakdale. That whole thing about how you needed to protect Lily, I thought it was just an excuse for you guys to -- you know. And then, you came into this room together. I'm sorry, I --
Simon: Don't you -- come -- stay here!
Lily: How could you even think of coming here?
Katie: Malta's a beautiful place. What? Do only the Lily Snyder's of the world get to see it?
Simon: Do you realize the danger that you've probably put us all in by coming here?!
Katie: Danger? Please.
Katie: You're talking to someone who just spent weeks on an island living off of rotten mangoes and defending herself from the last Cro-Magnon man. This place is paradise.
[Knocking on door]
Carly: Craig, are you home? I've got something for you. Well, you wanted a spring line. I've designed you next spring, fall and winter, too.
[Knocking on door]
Carly: Craig, if you're playing hard to get, now is certainly not the time.
Huh? Where on earth could he be? He's always underfoot when I don't want him around. [Carly begins writing a note] "Craig, here are the designs you asked for. Do not try to reach me at home. I'll call you. Enjoy. Carly.
P.S. -- Once again, you owe me big time."
Jack: Hey, beautiful.
Carly: Hi, Jack.
Jack: Where are you?
Carly: Out and about. Why?
Jack: Oh, just calling to see how things are going with work. Has anyone fallen in love with your designs so far?
Carly: Well, I think I've got somebody interested. But no one's paying me the big bucks yet.
Jack: Look, they will. The important thing is you're getting your designs out there. Something's got to break.
Carly: I think you're right.
Jack: How 'bout I take the woman I love out to dinner? You up for a cheap date?
Carly: Just name the place.
Carly: I'll meet you there.
Carly: I'm doing this for us, Jack. It's all for us.
Rose: You must have missed this living in Paris. Nothing finer than a burger from Al's -- oh, except for my homemade pasta, of course. What?
Aren't you gonna eat that?
Paul: No, I'm not hungry.
Rose: Oh, all right. Thanks.
Paul: Look, you said something down at the police station, something about being able to sneak into Montgomery's suite?
Rose: Yeah. Easy. Piece of cake. What? What are you looking at me like that? I got some -- oh, my, I got somethin' in here, ketchup? No? Oh, you think you can't trust me.
Paul: No. I'm picturing you in one of those cat burglar suits with the --
with the flashlight.
Rose: I'd look really cute in that. No, it's not illegal. It's -- it might be a little illegal, I'm not --
Paul: Okay, so what's the plan?
Rose: Well, first, you got to tell me what you want to do here. Are we talking about files, something in the suite?
Paul: Yeah, files from the New York office, files that could prove how much he's been siphoning off from my mother's company.
Rose: Shouldn't the police department handle that?
Paul: Yeah, they should, but his sister's heading up the investigation.
She's dragging her feet on the warrant.
Rose: I guess even Jack the ripper had family that loved him.
Paul: Meanwhile, we don't have a lot of time, 'cause he could have an accomplice go in there and destroy all the evidence.
Paul: So, if you really do have a way to get in there --
Rose: Oh, okay. Hold your horses one second. Did you know that my twin sister Lily owns half the Lakeview?
Paul: Yeah, and Lily's out of the country.
Rose: Maybe I can bring her back.
Paul: I told you, we don't have a lot of time. We gotta --
Rose: Could you stop speaking for like a second, all right? Just let me do my little thing here, okay? Close your eyes. Would you humor me, please?
Just for a second, close your eyes. All right, I'll tell you when to open them.
Rose: [Imitating Lily] "Paul, it's so good to see you again. I understand you met my sister, Rose. Isn't she incredible." All right, you can open 'em up now.
Paul: Your sister was right. You really are incredible.
Paul: That was amazing. You sound just like her.
Rose: Well, if anybody can get into Craig's suite, it's Lily.
Paul: Okay. Are you sure? I mean, you don't know me, and this could be really risky. You've already bailed me out once.
Rose: What are you talking about? I gave you $20 for cab fair. It's nothing. You know, I'm not doing it for you. I'm doing it against Craig, 'cause he hurt my family, too.
Paul: You're really willing to break the law?
Rose: You're trying to save what's left of your mother's company, and you're also trying to nab the guy that tried to kill her. So in my book, that's way up there. If you need any help, I'm here for you.
Paul: Oh, wait, one last thing.
[Paul wipes off Rose’s chin]
Rose: Oh, mustard?
Paul: Ketchup. I don't think that's something Lily would wear on her chin, do you?
Carly: Try that.
Jack: Mm, mm, mm, mm. Is what I want.
Carly: Isn't it so nice, we can kiss anywhere we want to.
Jack: Well, I don't think anyone's gonna kick us out of Al's for a little PDA. When I start taking you to four-star restaurants, it'll be a different story. Hands off.
Carly: Jack, fries are just fine with me.
Jack: No, they're not! Look, this isn't for long, Carly. I've already been thinking of ways to get out of debt.
Carly: Oh, Jack, please --
Jack: Next month, maybe I could put in for some more overtime, and I was thinking of maybe moonlighting as a security guard.
Jack: Hey, it's not forever, Carly, and I know that we won't be able to spend all that much time together, but at least I'll be able to pay off some of Cass' legal bills.
Carly: Look, I do not want you knocking yourself out to make ends meet, okay? You worry too much about me.
Jack: Yeah, well, thank goodness I worried enough to keep you from going into business with Craig, or you'd be in a real pickle right now.
Carly: What do you mean?
Jack: Craig's back in jail again. Oh, come on, Carly. Haven't you heard?
It's been in all the papers.
Carly: No. I guess I -- I've been a little preoccupied. What happened?
Jack: Craig left Oakdale for a -- I guess a business trip in New York, a clear violation of his bail.
Carly: But he'll get out, right? I mean, he always gets out.
Jack: No, he won't. No. See, I wasn't jealous when I tried to keep you away from him.
Carly: I know.
Jack: I was trying to protect you. Aren't you glad you didn't take him up on his offer to design for B.R.O.?
Carly: Yeah -- glad, glad is the word.
Hal: Barb? It's Hal. Are you okay when there's no one here? I get scared you're gonna get lonely. I don't know what you're thinking or feeling, what you see in there, if you're dreaming. If it were me lying there, I know that no matter how we left it, I'd want you sitting right here more than anybody else.
Hal: You're gonna make it through this, barb. Jen said you squeezed her hand. You gotta fight with all your strength. Open those beautiful eyes.
We'll all be here waiting for you. Margo: Hal.
Margo: I'm sorry. I hope I'm not interrupting, but I sent Slocumb on a break. Did I hear you? Really, did she squeeze Jen's hand?
Hal: Yeah. The doctors say there's increased brain activity on the Cat scan, too.
Margo: Isn't that wonderful, Hal?
Hal: Yeah, that's what we're rooting for.
Margo: She's coming along.
Hal: That's right.
Margo: I'm really sorry that I haven't been here much.
Hal: No, you've got a lot on your plate. How's Lien doing?
Margo: Oh, you know what? Great. You know, nobody thought it was gonna happen, but it looks like she's gonna recover.
Hal: That's good news.
Margo: You know, Hal, I came here to talk to you, but would you mind if I spoke to Barbara just for a bit?
Hal: Go ahead.
Margo: Hey, Barbara. It's Margo. I've been here a couple other times to see you, but I didn't say anything because -- well, I didn't think you wanted me here. We haven't always been kind to one another, Barbara, but oh, my God, none of that really matters seeing you like this. Barbara, I'm going to do everything I can to make sure I find out who did this to you. I promise you. So you keep fighting in there, and you come back to us, please.
Hal: You wanted to talk to me?
Margo: Yeah. Listen, Jack told me something a while ago. And I -- I really need you to be completely honest with me, Hal. Jack said that you were having doubts that Craig actually did this.
Lucinda: Margo, give that up. That's wishful thinking. Whether you like it or not, your brother is finally going to pay for his crimes.
Katie: Why do I feel like I've been sent to the principal's office?
Simon: I want you to explain right now how you got here, who saw you, if anyone asked questions about us.
Katie: I followed you from Oakdale because I was worried about you. I was. And every time you get involved with this woman, nothing good comes of it. It wasn't easy to follow you, either. The minute we landed, you got whisked off in that helicopter. I had to ride a bike up all these hills. I almost passed out. Then, when the bike broke, I jumped on an onion truck.
I couldn't even breathe.
Simon: Who followed you here?
Katie: No one. I don't know.
Simon: Wait, wait, wait. So you were on the plane the entire time? I didn't even see you.
Katie: That's because I was dressed up as a nun, so you might've missed me. It's actually a really good look for me.
Simon: You were that -- you were that nun I saw heading into the bathroom?
Katie: That was me, and you know what? I had such a problem trying to get into first class. You would think the religious people would get an automatic upgrade.
Simon: Zip it! Just -- how did you track us down here?
Katie: Well, I heard the stewardess talking to you about that fortress.
What was the name of it? The Knights of Saint Joan --
Katie: Anyway, by the time I got there, you guys were taking off in some beautiful, big car, so I hopped on the back of some guy's moped. "La dolce vita," it was not.
Lily: You think this is funny? This is not a pleasure trip for me. My husband and my son's lives are at risk here. Do you have any idea? You could have made things worse for them!
Katie: I don't see how.
Simon: Look at you, Katie! Look! It's not like you're gonna go being passed unnoticed in this town.
Katie: I didn't mention your names to anyone!
Simon: You probably didn't have to! You probably just led them straight to the door.
Lily: I am trying to get questions answered here. Your tricks, your little antics, may have alerted Damian or the people that kidnapped Luke and Holden!
Simon: Lily, please don't get upset.
Lily: If anything happens to them, do you understand? I will kill you myself!
Simon: Please, just let me deal with this, okay?
Lily: Fine. This room is getting way too crowded.
Katie: Well, someone's a little cranky. Baby, it's so good to see you.
Simon: What do you think -- ? What do you think you're doing?
Katie: I'm picking up where we left off. You can't blame me for following you, Simon. You just got done rescuing me. You risked your life for me, and we were just getting close, and then you took off.
Simon: I am beginning to think that getting close to you has a way too big a price tag.
Katie: You don't mean that. Lily, again, of course. She's turned you against me.
Simon: No! No, Katie. No, this time you brought all this on yourself.
Katie: Just a few days ago, you said you loved me.
Simon: No, what I said was that I wasn't --
Katie: Simon, I know you hedged it, but you said those three words to me. You said them, and you can't take them back.
Simon: You know what? Whatever I said -- whatever I said, this little stunt has made me want to retract everything in full!
Katie: Simon, no, please. Please, you are everything I have ever wanted in this life. I have given up everything for you.
Simon: Have you even stopped to think about what Lily's going through right now? Do you know what we found at that fort? Lily walked into a room that was sprayed with bullets and blood everywhere. Holden's wedding ring was on the floor.
Katie: Oh, my God.
Simon: We don't even know if anyone's alive. Now, I've convinced her to keep searching and not to give up hope.
Katie: I wasn't thinking --
Simon: No. No, you weren't. Just put yourself in her shoes, okay, for one second. Imagine you lost someone, someone closer to you than anyone in the whole world.
Katie: Don't say that, Simon. I can't.
Simon: How does it feel?
Katie: It feels like there's no reason to live. Can you ever forgive me?
Simon: I'm not the one you should be apologizing to. Katie: Lily, I'm so sorry. I wasn't thinking about what you were going through. I was only thinking about myself. If I put myself in your shoes, I don't know what I would do or how I would get through this.
Lily: Save it, Katie. What are we going to do with her?
Katie: What do you mean? I mean, you can't just kick me out, not now.
Lily: I want her gone.
Katie: Please, just let me stay. Let me help you. I am good at finding things. I found that diamond -- before I lost it.
Lily: I don't want to hear anything right now from you.
Simon: Let's go, Katie.
Katie: Simon, I don't have any more money.
Lily: You're resourceful. You'll figure something out.
Simon: Come on.
Hal: Margo and I were having a private conversation.
Lucinda: Don't tell me you're defending her. Hal, you can't possibly believe that Craig is innocent.
Hal: I'm no longer a public servant. I don't have to answer to anyone.
Lucinda: Well, no, of course not, but you only led the crusade against the man ever since he put his foot back into this town. I think I'll take your silence as a misguided effort to protect a friend.
Hal: Lucinda, what are you doing here? You and Barbara aren't particularly close.
Lucinda: Well, it wasn't always like that, and I am very fond of Jennifer and of Paul.
Margo: Paul? There's always been bad blood between the two of you.
Lucinda: No, he was just at my house, just today. We had a meeting, and there was a little misunderstanding. I thought he might be visiting his mom, and I thought I'd like to clear it up.
Hal: No, even if he were, now is not the time or place.
Lucinda: I had no idea of the extent of Barbara's injuries.
Hal: She's strong. If anyone can make it back, she can.
Lucinda: Oh, of course. Absolutely. Absolutely.
Margo: Well, Paul's not here, so I guess you can go.
Lucinda: It could've been me in there, Margo, lying there --
Margo: What are you talking about?
Lucinda: You know that your brother has been trying to poison me. He wants to get his hands on everything I got.
Margo: Oh, Lucinda, where's your proof? Nothing you've ever said about Craig has ever stuck, has it? I'm just so sick of your ridiculous harangues.
Lucinda: My proof? I thought gathering evidence was your job.
Possibly, if you would stop trying to enlist people to your brother's defense, you could find the time to build a case against him.
Hal: Lucinda, I think we can talk about this some other time.
Lucinda: I'd love to, but I am not an innocent bystander in this. He tried to kill me.
Hal: Are you okay? Margo, can we go back in? [Monitor beeping]
Margo: Do you think that Lucinda's right? Do you think that Craig did this?
Hal: I've had my doubts, but then another piece of evidence comes up, and I don't know what to think. There's a bartender out there that used to work security for Montgomery & associates, and he claims that Craig once asked him how to build a bomb. Is there something you haven't told me, Margo? Sooner or later, I'm going to find out. You know me. This isn't Craig's first go-round with explosives, is it?
Margo: No, no. No, it's not.
Lily: Thank you so much, Kevin. I really appreciate you letting us in here.
Lakeview manager: There's no telling how much longer Mr. Montgomery will be holding onto this suite, but if Mr. --
Lakeview manager: -- Dennehey is interested in a penthouse apartment, this is the best we have.
Lily: You're right, absolutely right. Thank you so much. I will remember you at bonus time. Good-bye.
Paul: You should be on stage.
Rose: Hey! You have a very good eye. I have been, actually. I was on stage. I retired after a short but very brilliant career. So what are we looking for?
Paul: Anything with B.R.O. on it.
Rose: You know, I just want to let you know, I can't make a habit out of impersonating Lily. I mean, you may hear some things about me in the past, but I don't do that anymore. I don't -- not anymore.
Paul: What do we have here? "Barbara Ryan Originals." It looks like we've just hit the jackpot.
Jack: You made the right choice, Carly. Craig's trial will be starting soon, and the last thing you need when you're trying to make a name for yourself is to have that name linked with his right now.
Jack: Sorry. [Jack answers the phone] Snyder. You don't say. No, that's great. Listen, I'm at Al's. I'll be here, all right? Okay. Thanks.
[Jack hangs up]
Jack: Speak of the devil.
Carly: More news about Craig?
Jack: The noose is tightening around his neck, and speaking of necks --
Carly: Come on, Jack. You can't just leave me hanging here.
Jack: We got another warrant to search Montgomery's penthouse.
Jack: I didn't think it would come through. Margo was against it at first.
Carly: But the warrant -- it'll take a little time to get approved or whatever, right?
Jack: Oh, no, if all goes well, Grady will be walking through that door within the next half hour.
Carly: Here? Why would Grady be coming here?
Jack: Well, you're looking at the lucky man who's conducting the search.
Carly: So you're gonna be searching Craig's suite tonight?
Carly: So you'll be looking through Craig's papers?
Jack: Well, Craig had some key files removed from the B.R.O. office in New York.
Carly: Why do you have to be involved exactly?
Jack: Well, it's still my case.
Carly: Well, so? Somebody else can search, right? Shouldn't you be available for something more important?
Jack: Well, nothing is more important than seeing Craig being put behind bars for a very long time. Listen, you know, Grady's gonna be coming through that door any minute, and the last thing I want to do is be talking about Craig. I want to enjoy the last few minutes I have with you.
Carly: Okay. Oh, Jack?
Carly: Oh, I forgot. I got to go.
Carly: It's Parker. I'm supposed to pick him up from Jennifer, and I'm late. I gotta go. Good-bye. I'll see you later.
Paul: We've got to find something, something with Craig's name on it.
Anything, a memo, bank transaction, anything that connects him to a large withdrawal of cash.
Rose: What about all those checks that he wrote before your mom got hurt?
Paul: No. He was too smart. He used Mom's signature stamp. It's not traceable.
Rose: That's right.
Paul: So we've got to find something that directly relates him to the latest round of missing funds.
Rose: All right.
Paul: Nothing. Nothing. In this whole pile, nothing.
Rose: Well, maybe he hid the icky-sticky stuff somewhere else in the apartment.
Paul: What's this?
Rose: Oh, I found that by the door. It's probably the bill that he'll never pay, of course. Someone must have slipped it under the door.
Paul: [Reading Carly’s letter] "Craig, here are the designs you asked for.
Do not try to reach me at home. I'll call you. Enjoy, Carly. P.S. -- Once again, you owe me big time." Do you know what these are?
Rose: Well, no.
Paul: These are new designs for B.R.O. That sneaky son of a -- and Carly Tenney of all people Rose: Your mom -- your mom caught him. He was trying to pass off those designs, Carly's designs --
Paul: I know all about Carly Tenney. I just didn't know step-daddy was planning to replace my mother with his mistress.
Lily: Signora Cordina, what were you doing right outside our door?
Katie: Listening through the keyhole.
Signora Cordina: It is I that should question you. I rented you this room out of kindness. This is a small Pensione. I get my guests through recommendation only. But I took a chance on you.
Lily: And I'm very grateful.
Signora Cordina: And I looked the other way when you brought this man here, because I know, in life, one gets lonely. But two women and a man in one bedroom? No. I have a reputation to uphold.
Katie: Whoa. Are you suggesting that we're having a --
Simon: Katie --
Lily: I know this looks very -- a little strange, but I reassure you that this woman right here is leaving, now.
Signora Cordina: I hope she has made arrangements, because all of the hotels in this area are full, and I cannot make arrangements for her to travel tonight.
Lily: Of course you can't. You've gone out of your way so much for me already, and I appreciate it.
Katie: So I guess that means I'm gonna have to stay here tonight, huh?
Lily: Can you please let her stay just one night? I will pay whatever you think is fair.
Signora Cordina: Very well, but I can only allow one night.
Lily: Of course. I understand.
Signora Cordina: Buona notte, then.
Lily: Good night. Katie: Does anyone else feel like we're spending the night at the Bates Motel?
Simon: Lily, I don't like this. I mean, she could have knocked and asked us what was going on, but instead, she's listening outside the door? For how long?
Lily: I know it seems a little strange, but she's been so helpful to me.
Katie: She didn't seem very helpful tonight.
Simon: Think about it. Think about it. She appears exactly when you need her. She rents you this room. She gives you directions to the fort. She even gives you her son's car to get there. And now, she's clearly angry that you're not alone -- why?
Katie: You think she could be involved with the people that kidnapped Holden and Luke? Do you think they're gonna hurt us?
Simon: No. No, no one's hurting anyone. I'm gonna sleep outside tonight and keep watch.
Simon: Hey, hey! Alone.
Lily: Maybe we're just being paranoid.
Simon: Or maybe we're not, Lily. I promised your mother I was going to get you home in one piece, and that's exactly what I'm going to do.
Katie: What about me? You're just gonna make me sleep alone? Simon?
Lily: Leave him alone, Katie.
Katie: Oh, no, no, no. Lily, that's okay. You take the bed. I'll sleep -- I'll sleep on the floor.
Margo: Craig set a bomb in a truck, but it was so many years ago.
Hal: Go on, go on.
Margo: All right. It was Betsy Stewart. Both Craig and Steven Andropoulos were both in love with her.
Hal: So Craig tried to kill Steve?
Margo: He set the bomb, but I know in my heart he never would've gone through with it. He never would've. In fact, the only person hurt in the explosion was Craig, because Betsy had accidentally gotten into his truck, and he went to save her.
Hal: Why didn't you tell me this?
Margo: Because what would have been the point? Prior bad acts, they're not admissible in court.
Hal: Unless it's to prove identity or clear motive. I don't care. What you just told me is very damning.
Margo: Look, I know that there's no reason for you to believe me, but Hal, I'm telling you, the brother I grew up with, the brother I fought with, the brother that I love would never take another human life. Not then, not now.
Hal, I'm telling you, whatever else he may have become in all of these years, he's not a murderer. How can I get you to see that?
Hal: I'm supposed to take that on blind faith after what you've just told me?
Margo: All right. Let me ask you this. If Barbara wakes up --
Hal: When she wakes up --
Margo: Yes, when she wakes up -- you know that deep in your heart, don't you, that she will again realize how much she loves you? You do. I know you do.
Hal: What I believe about Barbara and you believe about your brother has nothing to do with each other.
Margo: No, no, Hal, you're wrong. They have everything to do with one another, because you believe that you know Barbara better than anybody else on this earth, right? Well, that's how I feel about Craig. The fact that I'm so close to him is not a liability in this case, it's an asset, because I am the only person who can see the real man inside there.
Hal: Is that why you covered up his going to New York, violating his bail?
Margo: Hal, I used that as leverage to get him to make full disclosure of what happened the night of that explosion. I'm doing my job, Hal. I'm building a case against my brother, brick by brick, even though everything in my heart tells me it's wrong to do that. But I don't have a choice, because there isn't another suspect.
Hal: No, there isn't.
Margo: This is pretty funny, isn't it, huh? My coming to you to get you to help me clear Craig's name.
Hal: Is that what you're doing?
Margo: I know I don't have any right in the world to ask you to do this, but Hal, right now you are the only one who has any doubts about his guilt.
Come on, Hal. Hal, help me save my brother.
Paul: It wasn't enough Craig tried to sneak Carly onto the payroll when my mother was healthy. Now, she's fighting for her life, and he pulls this.
Rose: Wait, you know, maybe we should just leave this to the police, the next part of this --
Paul: This is my battle. Just go. I don't want you to get caught up in this.
Rose: What if the manager comes back looking for Lily? Then I --
Paul: I'll chance it.
Rose: Could you just let me know how this all turns out?
Paul: And thanks, again.
Rose: No problem.
Margo: No matter how much you despise Craig, you can't let him go to jail if you think he's innocent. Hal?
Hal: Of course not.
Margo: Then don't -- don't do this because I say he's innocent. Don't help me because I want you to help me. Do it to help Barbara. Come on, Hal.
The truth about what happened to Barbara. If there's another person out there that did this to her -- I know if it were Tom laying there, I would move heaven and earth. I would want to find out beyond a shadow of a doubt that I got who did it.
Hal: I will do this. I will continue this investigation, but not to prove Craig innocent. For Barbara.
Margo: Thank you. You don't know how much this means to me.
Hal: I'll walk you out.
Margo: You know what? I know that I've made a lot of mistakes on this case, but I'm going to make up for that. I'm going to take some time, and I'm gonna do some thinking, and I'm gonna make some real tough decisions.
But now, I know I can do that, Hal, because not I'm not alone.
Katie: Lily, are you awake? I don't know if you're really asleep or you just don't want to talk to me, but I hope you hear this. I didn't mean to put Holden and Luke in danger or make things more difficult for you. I only came here because of Simon. The way I feel about him, it's -- I can't even describe it. Maybe it's how you feel about Holden. I mean, I know that we haven't been together as long as you guys, but maybe when you first got together it felt like this. I don't know. I'm just crazy about him, and as weird as it is, it's true. So again, I'm so sorry.
Lily: Good night, Katie.
Katie: 'Night, Lily. 'Night, Simon.
Signora Cordina: I don't know who they are. All I know is suddenly Signora Snyder has two guests. I don't know if they believe it or not. You have to do something about the two Americans. Move them. Move them out of Argotti as soon as possible.
Jack: Hey, Grady, you got the warrant?
Grady: The ink's barely dry, but it's legal.
Jack: I can't believe it. Margo came through. Let me see that. Oh, this is great. Yeah. Hey, you don't mind if I take it from here. I've been looking for a nice shiny nail for Montgomery's coffin. I'd kind of like to be the guy to nail it shut.
Paul: Carly Tenney? Looking for these?
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