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Days of Our Lives Transcript Monday 5/26/08 - Canada; Tuesday 5/27/08 - U.S.A.
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Marlena: John, I want you to open your eyes. John, can you hear me? Oh. Do you know where you are?
John: What's going on? What the hell is this?
Roman: Just a precaution, John. Just a precaution.
John: You son of a bitch. Get these off of me. Come on, Blondie. You know I can't handle this, please. Have them removed, please.
Marlena: Roman knows you're not well, but right now, you're presenting too great a risk.
John: What risk? I am innocent.
Roman: You assaulted a police officer and resisted arrest. And we've got you on possible drug trafficking.
John: I don't know what you're talking about.
Roman: John, the drug seizure at the pier involved your cargo -- close to half a million dollars of street-ready cocaine.
John: I know nothing about that. Nothing!
Sami: "Drug seizure --" what are you talking about? What's going on?
John: Your mother jammed a needle in me and knocked me out.
Marlena: John, you were out of control. You were having some kind of a phobic attack.
John: Spare me the psychobabble, doctor.
Marlena: We all know how tough it is for you to think about being locked up.
John: Do you think so?
Marlena: Yes, I do, but you know what else I know? You've got to find a way to calm yourself down.
John: Not until these cuffs come off!
E.J.: Somebody need a lawyer?
John: You're damn right I do. [Indistinct conversations]
Daniel: Hey, Bo. Got your call.
Bo: Hey, man. Thanks for getting here so quickly.
Daniel: No worries, but you didn't say why you wanted to see me. This is about Chelsea, isn't it?
Ava: Um, excuse me.
Woman: May I help you?
Ava: Yeah, I'm here to sign some papers regarding the release of my Father's body.
Woman: His name?
Ava: Martino Vitali.
Chelsea: What the hell are you doing here?
Ava: What's your problem?
Chelsea: My problem? My problem is you, bitch.
[Knock on door]
Philip: One second. Chloe.
Chloe: You busy?
Philip: Just getting undressed.
Chloe: Right. Uh, may I come in?
Chloe: [Sighs] Are you doing okay?
Philip: Why wouldn't I be?
Chloe: Well, I know how upset you were about the drug bust and Commissioner Carver suspecting you were involved.
Philip: I'm not worried about it. That's fine, actually. It's my first real test of leadership.
Chloe: One way to look at it.
Philip: That's what I've been raised to do.
Chloe: Well, I'm sure your father would be very proud. And I am, too. Listen, I know I gave you a hard time earlier about talking to Morgan. I guess it's just because I was a little bit jealous.
Philip: Yeah. Yeah, I got that.
Chloe: But I had no right to be. As you said, we had an agreement.
Philip: Friends with benefits.
Chloe: Right. Anyway, I'm really impressed with the man that you've become. And I'm gonna miss you so much.
Philip: Miss me? What are you --
Chloe: I came to say goodbye, Philip. I'm leaving Salem.
Philip: Leaving Salem? When?
Chloe: As soon as I get everything in order.
Philip: For how long? I mean, you'll be back, won't you?
Chloe: Never say never, but right now, I have no plans to come back.
Philip: I guess I shouldn't be too shocked. I had a feeling this was coming, ever since you got back from visiting Brady.
Chloe: I mean, why should I stay here now? Just to wait for your father to come home from his trip and try to kick me out again?
Philip: What are you gonna do?
Chloe: I'm not sure. But I do know that I want to find a place of my own and get a job and make a fresh start. This is the first step.
Philip: Maybe you can start up something here. Turn the page without ever having to leave Salem.
Chloe: I don't think so. I feel like I've worn out my welcome here.
Philip: Not with me.
Chloe: You're sweet. Anyway, thanks for listening, and I should probably get going.
Philip: Hey, wait.
Ava: Um, who the hell are you, and what is your problem?
Chelsea: My name is Chelsea Brady. Does that ring a bell?
Ava: You're Bo's daughter.
Chelsea: Yeah. You planning any more plane crashes or abductions?
Ava: Okay, no, we're not going there.
Chelsea: Oh, don't you walk away from me. You put my family through hell, and you have the nerve to say that you don't want to go there? What -- I'm sorry. Is it too painful for you? You kidnap people and then hold them at gunpoint. Poor Ava. That must have been very traumatic for you.
Ava: All right, what I did -- it was inexcusable. And I will have to stand -- you know what? I'm not going there. I am so tired of having to explain myself. I'm just here to get my Father's papers and then go.
Chelsea: Then go. Please leave town. What is stopping you?
Ava: Oh, I don't know, honey. There's a little thing called bail, so I can't exactly just leave town. I guess you're gonna be stuck with me for a while.
Chelsea: Then do me a favor. Stay the hell away from me and my family so that I never have to lay eyes on you again.
Bo: Why would you think this is about Chelsea?
Nick: Did something happen? Is she okay?
Daniel: No. I mean, yeah. I mean, she's fine. It's just I saw the father and the boyfriend, and I figured --
Daniel: Right. So, why did you want to see me?
Bo: Um...I know they're working to make the hospital eco-friendly, and you're involved in that, right?
Daniel: That I'm involved in, yes. Yeah, we're looking to make the hospital green certified within the next couple of months or so.
Maggie: So quickly? Oh, that's wonderful.
Bo: Yeah, and, well, we want to do the same thing with the pub.
Daniel: Right on.
Bo: Maggie's already done it with Chez Rouge.
Maggie: [Chuckles] Yeah, it was hard work, but, I mean, it wasn't nearly as difficult as I first thought, though.
Daniel: No, no, it isn't. Really, it's just finding the right resources, having some dedication, determination.
Maggie: Well, we all have plenty of that.
Daniel: And I'm sure Nick here has got some great ideas.
Nick: Well, you're the genius, man. I mean, we all defer to you. So let's hear your ideas.
Marlena: E.J., please. We can handle this ourselves.
John: Dismiss her. Just start the billing and get me out of these damn cuffs.
Marlena: Don't make this any worse than it is.
E.J.: Okay, first of all, on what charge is Mr. Black being detained?
Roman: Right now, assault on a police officer.
John: I hit him. He deserved it.
Marlena: John, please.
John: He touched me. He held me prisoner in my own house, accused me of running drugs in one of my shipping containers.
Sami: Running drugs? Dad, do you really think John had something to do with that?
Roman: It's all about the evidence, Sami. And we've got more than enough to warrant taking John down to the station for questioning.
John: Kind of a reckless way to start the proceedings.
Roman: Your fault, John. I asked you very nicely, what, 8, 10 times?
John: Just get me out of these. Double the billing!
E.J.: John, unfortunately, your hitting a police officer rather limits my options.
Roman: Your counselor's right. Let's go down to the station, John, and have a serious discussion with your attorney present, if that's what you want.
John: I'm gonna find a way to make you regret this, Roman Brady.
Roman: Counselor, tell your client he really doesn't want to add threatening a police officer to the other charges. And if he doesn't control his temper and back off, I will skip the questioning and throw him straight into a 6x6 holding cell.
Roman: Let's go, John.
E.J.: Yeah, I'm on my way.
Sami: E.J., you're gonna be able to help him, won't you?
E.J.: I thought you hated John.
Sami: He's growing on me. And besides, I really don't think he did this.
Lucas: Where'd everybody go?
Sami: Oh, uh...don't ask. Are the twins sleeping?
Lucas: Yeah, Johnny's asleep. Allie stayed up for a while, though.
Sami: Oh, really? Or did you keep her up?
Lucas: Come on. It's been a long time.
Sami: I know. It's okay.
Lucas: We went in one of the guest rooms. I didn't want to wake up Johnny. We were just chilling in there, playing a little peekaboo.
Sami: Oh, that's her favorite.
Lucas: She loves peekaboo. She lights up.
Sami: Oh, yeah.
Lucas: Gets that little twinkle in her eye, that big smile. Looks like somebody I know. Almost makes this a little bit easier to deal with.
Sami: I know what you mean.
Lucas: So, what'd I miss? There was a lot of shouting going on down here.
Sami: Oh, that was John. There was a major drug bust at the pier, and I guess John is somehow involved or at least the police think he is 'cause I guess it was his boat that had all the drugs on it.
Lucas: John Black involved with drug smuggling? Come on. It doesn't sound like him.
Sami: I don't think so, either, but my Dad took him away in handcuffs. I just don't think John is capable of something like that.
Lucas: Well...maybe not the old John, but what about the new John? I mean, I don't know that guy very well, but seems like he's pretty much capable of anything.
Sami: I don't know. I mean, I like the way John is now. He's...different, you know? He's a lot more tolerant, and he doesn't judge me.
Lucas: What, like some people? That's really subtle.
Sami: Oh, Lucas, wait. You said you're never gonna forgive me. I don't buy it. I know that's not true.
Lucas: Should have just stayed loyal to me. I mean, why'd you have to fall in love with E.J. of all people?
Sami: Lucas, I'm not in love with E.J., okay? I swear I'm not.
Ava: You don't even know me.
Chelsea: I know all I need to. I know what you did to my family, and you can go to hell.
Ava: Just w-- wait, wait.
Ava: Look, I heard what you did for your dad -- how you risked your life to save his.
Chelsea: He would have done the same thing for me.
Ava: Well, you're fortunate to have a dad that loves you and someone to be proud of. Not everyone's that lucky.
Abe: Miss Vitali.
Abe: Here are the papers you need to claim your father's body. Read it over if you have any questions.
Ava: Yeah, so what do I do now, huh? Get a shovel and bury the son of a bitch myself?
Abe: Well, you'll have to make those arrangements with the coroner.
Ava: Chelsea, I am sure we will bump into each other again.
Abe: So, Chelse, what brings you here?
Chelsea: I was just looking for my Dad.
Abe: Well, the last I heard he went to the pub. Is everything okay?
Chelsea: Yeah, I just wanted to see him, you know?
Abe: Yeah, I understand.
Chelsea: All right, well, I'll check the pub, then. Thank you.
John: Get your hands off me.
Roman: John, calm down.
John: I can't be locked up.
Roman: John, calm down. Calm down.
John: Don't let him do this, Blondie.
Chloe: This isn't right.
Philip: It feels right to me. [Knock on door]
Chloe: Shouldn't you get that?
Henderson: Terribly sorry to disturb you, sir, but I was looking for Mrs. Black. I have an express delivery for her.
Philip: Thank you, Henderson.
Henderson: Certainly, sir.
Chloe: My divorce papers.
Lucas: Let me get this straight -- you're not in love with E.J.
Sami: That's what I just said.
Lucas: The last time we talked, you said the opposite.
Sami: I never said I was in love with him.
Lucas: You said you had feelings for him. It's the same damn thing.
Sami: It's not the same thing at all.
Lucas: How many times are you gonna change your damn story, Sami?
Sami: Let me explain it again. I told you that after everything E.J. has done, yes, I see the good in him now and that has nothing to do with being in love, all right? When we were sleeping together, it wasn't about being in love.
E.J.: Well, that's good to know, isn't it? Thank you, Samantha. [Clears throat] Sorry to interrupt your tender, little moment, but I have to go down to the police station to defend my uncle. I was wondering if you'd seen my brief-- my briefcase. There it is.
Sami: You know what? Um...
E.J.: What are you doing? Samantha, I -- excuse me. I have important legal paperwork in there.
Sami: I know you do. This is the most important one.
E.J.: The annulment paperwork.
Sami: I want to sign them.
E.J.: Sure. Absolutely. Here, my part's already signed. Have a nice life.
Nick: So, Dr. Jonas, tell us how it's done.
Daniel: My experience is limited to converting hospitals.
Bo: But the re-calibration process has got to be similar, right?
Daniel: Oh, yeah. Absolutely. The systems are all basically the same. It's just that, you know, we're a little far behind the other countries out there, 'cause I've been to several in Scandinavia and, oh, Australia, and they've done it.
Bo: Well, Maggie's done it right here in our little town of Salem.
Daniel: She's a smart cookie.
Maggie: [Laughs] Well, like you said, I mean, once you make the commitment, it's pretty easy. And it makes sense environmentally. And economically, the savings will eventually offset the cost of converting.
Bo: I've already checked with the Salem Green Committee, and they've approved all the things that we want to do here at the pub.
Daniel: See? There you go. See how easy it is to run things with renewable energy sources? Now, Nick's faith in me notwithstanding, it's not really my area of expertise. But I'm sure you know a lot more than I do, Nick.
Nick: Oh, I-I don't know. I mean, I mostly deal in the transportation side of things, like biofuels, electric cars, but you own like a state-of-the-art hydrogen car, right?
Daniel: Yeah. Yeah, I do.
Nick: And as far as I know, they're not available to the general public. They're still in the prototype phase, but, uh, I mean, I guess it's kind of all about who you know.
Daniel: Nick, is there a problem here that I'm not aware of?
Nick: I-I-I don't know. Why don't you ask Chelsea?
Chelsea: Ask me what? What's going on?
Chloe: I thought Brady might change his mind if he had some time to think about it. Obviously I was being naive.
Philip: You were being hopeful. There's a difference.
Chloe: I can't believe he drew these papers up so quickly. Couldn't wait to get rid of me, I guess.
Philip: He's a fool.
Chloe: Why does it hurt so much?
Philip: You'll get through it, Chloe.
Chloe: And what, come back stronger?
Philip: I mean, listen, why would you want to be with someone who obviously doesn't love you? Don't you deserve better?
Chloe: I don't know.
Philip: Hey, come here. Now, listen, just because love hasn't worked out for you or for me up until now doesn't mean it never will.
Chloe: All right. You know what? We are done talking about this. I don't want to think about it anymore.
Philip: Don't think about anything.
Chelsea: Does anybody want to tell me what's going on?
Maggie: Um, I'm gonna have some tea. Does anyone want anything?
Chelsea: I'm good.
Bo: Good, thanks, Maggie.
Daniel: Tequila and a lemon.
Daniel: You know, I'm sorry, Nick. I think I over-reacted.
Nick: No worries.
Bo: Is something going on with you guys?
Nick: I don't -- I don't think so.
Daniel: No, no, no. No, it's all good.
Bo: Right. [Cellphone ringing] It's Hope. Excuse me.
Nick: Well, I better get going. I got a class to teach. But it was great seeing you guys, and good luck.
Daniel: I really need to go.
Chelsea: Daniel, no, not yet.
Marlena: Abe, please. Can't you see how he's suffering? He cannot be confined.
Abe: We have a job to do, Marlena.
John: I've dealt with a lot in my life. Presumably, you know what I've been through. Whenever an event triggers memory of that lab and that chair, instincts take over and I have no control. And you not only threatened me, you trapped me. You wouldn't let me leave. I told you I had to go down to the docks. You wouldn't let me leave.
Roman: John, I do realize what you've been through. And I do know what happened. I was there, remember?
John: You tried to control me, and I simply protected myself the way I was programmed to. It's all instincts now.
Abe: And what about a half-million dollars worth of cocaine smuggled on one of your ships? Was that instinct?
John: For the last time, I told you, I don't know anything about that.
E.J.: Okay. What did I miss?
John: Glad you're here.
E.J.: Gentlemen, would you like the list of civil-liberty infractions perpetrated upon my client from me or would you prefer them from a judge?
Abe: Mr. DiMera, your client hit a police officer.
E.J.: Mm-hmm. Do you plan on pressing any formal charges?
Roman: We were getting to that, E.J. don't worry.
E.J.: I'm gonna have this department tied up for about a year on coercion charges, because the last I checked, using force and intimidation to obtain compliance from a suspect is not in any legal handbook, at least none I've ever read.
Ava: Think I found myself a lawyer.
Lucas: Hi. No more crying for you. You're all changed, and you're all fed. You're a happy camper, aren't you? That's right.
Sami: She's so comfortable with you. She knows you.
Lucas: I just missed her so much. I did. I missed you. And I'm gonna spend all the time I can with you. Okay, okay.
Sami: You know what? She seems like she's getting a little tired. They both are. Maybe we should put them down.
Lucas: No, I think I want to hold onto her just a little longer, okay?
Sami: Of course.
Lucas: She sure has changed a lot.
Sami: [Laughs] That's what babies do.
Lucas: Okay, okay. There you go. There you go.
Sami: You see her walking?
Lucas: I know. That's amazing. She got a lot more hair, for one.
Sami: A lot more hair.
Lucas: Yeah. Looks like her mommy.
Sami: But she has your eyes. The shape.
Lucas: Every time I look in them, it's just amazing. You know, she's so much more aware than she was before I left.
Sami: Oh, yeah. She knows you. I tell her about you all the time.
Sami: Well, I tell both of them stories about you, how much I missed you. They're very good listeners. Say something.
Lucas: We're gonna have to share these kids with E.J. and I know he's Johnny's father, but he's also gonna develop a bond with Allie, too.
Sami: He has, and he's been great with both of them. I'm very lucky, but now that you're back --
Lucas: What, you think things are gonna change? You think things are honestly gonna be different between us?
Sami: Yes, they are, especially since I've just signed the annulment papers.
Lucas: Well, we'll see, won't we?
Sami: We will see. I'm gonna send those papers to the judge myself first thing in the morning.
Lucas: You might not be E.J.'s wife, but he'll always be Johnny's father.
Sami: Let's not talk about him right now, okay? It's just so nice spending time with the twins and you. I don't want to spoil this moment.
Lucas: Yeah, well...
Sami: Lucas...you do want us to start over, don't you? I want us to have a future together. And if you want that, too, you just have to find a way to forgive me and move on.
Chelsea: You never answered my question. Before, when there was that drug bust, I had asked you --
Woman: Dr. Dan? I thought that was you.
Daniel: I'm sorry?
Woman: You probably don't remember us, but you operated on my little girl in San Francisco.
Daniel: Oh, my goodness. Yes. Yes, Monica, right?
Woman: Yeah, it's wonderful running into you. Small world.
Daniel: Oh, my goodness, yes, it is. How are you feeling today, huh?
Daniel: Yeah? You still playing soccer?
Monica: Yep, I play center forward.
Daniel: You know how quick you got to be to play that position? I'll tell you what, next time you score a goal, you do a little flyby right by your mother. All right?
Woman: Give Dr. Dan a hug, sweetie, and say thank you.
Daniel: Oh, come here, you.
Monica: Thank you.
Daniel: Oh, no. Thank you. Thank you. And just seeing you today has made my day.
Woman: He's an angel, this one. An honest-to-God angel. Say goodbye to Dr. Dan, sweetie.
Monica: Goodbye, Dr. Dan.
Daniel: Goodbye. Hit me. There you go.
Chelsea: You're like a rock star.
Daniel: Well, it's nice to know that I can still make a difference.
Chelsea: You don't just make a difference. You save people's lives, Daniel.
E.J.: You will release my client...now.
Roman: Not a chance, E.J. John stays with us.
Abe: He's a flight risk and a danger to the community.
Marlena: Roman, can I talk to you alone, please?
Abe: Come here, John.
John: Where are we going?
Abe: Taking you down to get booked and processed. Come on.
E.J.: Guys, this is ridiculous. This is ridi--
Abe: Never mind, E.J.
E.J.: Release my client, please.
Marlena: Roman, John cannot be locked up. His emotional condition is very precarious.
Roman: Doc, I do know that. And I did get it the first time.
Marlena: I'm not sure you did. Are you not the slightest bit concerned that -- that he might --
Roman: Concerned that he might crack up, have a nervous breakdown? You better believe I'm concerned. But if we bought that excuse every time we heard it, nobody would --
Marlena: It's no excuse. You know he's ill. You know what he's been through.
Roman: I do know what he's been through, Doc. But I also know what he's done and what he's capable of. And I cannot make exceptions just because you are my ex-wife. And I'm gonna say this to you, Doc. Listen to me -- I'm gonna tell you the same thing I told John. I am not enjoying this. I remember the old John Black -- an incredible man. But, unfortunately, I believe the new John Black could very well be guilty of a major crime.
Ava: So, how do I hire you?
E.J.: I beg your pardon?
Ava: Well, I saw the way that you handled yourself, and I'm impressed. I assume you know who I am.
E.J.: Yeah, I recognize you from your photograph in the paper.
Ava: So, would you take my case?
Sami: It's frustrating, isn't it? One of them's crying, the other one's trying to sleep. Next thing you know, they're both crying. Putting babies to bed should be an Olympic event. Johnny started crying and we never got to finish our conversation. You didn't answer my question. You do want a future with me, don't you? I mean, you want to get past your anger and -- and find a way to move on.
Lucas: No, I don't think I can, Sami.
Sami: But, Lucas, everything was so great with the twins. When we were playing with them, wasn't it just perfect?
Lucas: What, you think this is just a walk in the park now? You think everything's forgotten? Just because I was spending some time with my daughter and smiling a little bit, you think I forgot that you slept with another man?
Sami: I'm sorry.
Lucas: Sorry doesn't cut it. Not this time. I just need some space, all right? Maybe it's me. I just need a little time to get over this.
Sami: That's okay. Lucas, I understand. And I will give you whatever you need. I just have to know that -- that there's still hope.
Lucas: All I ever thought about when I was in jail -- hope, having hope for you, hope that one day we'd be together again, praying for the kids. You know, even when I lost hope for myself, I still had you guys to hope good things for.
Sami: There are no good things without you, Lucas. I signed that annulment. There is nothing standing in our way now. You are the love of my life, but you seem to have some trouble believing that. Give me a chance to prove it. Please? Let me prove it to you.
E.J.: Sorry, Miss Vitali. Even if I had the time, which I don't, and I wanted to take your case, which I don't, my boss would never go for it.
Ava: Oh, come on. Think about what it would do for your career, for your reputation.
E.J.: Miss Vitali, thank you.
Ava: Come on. Think about it.
Marlena: Roman, if you will not consider John, then please have some empathy for me.
Roman: Marlena, this is not about you.
Marlena: This is about me. You know that. You know what my life has been like lately. I lost my husband. I got him back, but not the man I married, not the man that I love. Listen, Roman, if this new John is traumatized by being locked up, I'm not sure what might happen to my John. You see, if he can't handle that, he just might revert even further.
Roman: I'm sorry.
Marlena: Well, I could lose him, you see. And that's -- that's why I need your help.
Abe: Careful, careful. Careful, careful. We got him booked.
Ava: Well, it looks like you're gonna have your hands full.
E.J.: It certainly appears so.
Ava: Yeah, but you strike me as an extremely capable man. You can handle both his case and mine... especially since I'm willing to pay you double what he's paying.
Chelsea: Well, that must be really great for the ego, huh? People appearing out of nowhere to say thank you for saving their life.
Daniel: Oh, there you go with the ego thing again.
Chelsea: How stupid of me to assume otherwise.
Daniel: No, I didn't think you were being stupid.
Chelsea: Just a little shallow? [Chuckling] Oh. I get it. You think that that's why I have feelings for you. Because of the whole hotshot doctor thing?
Daniel: Not what I said.
Chelsea: No, but I'm pretty good at reading in between the lines, and that's what you meant. And I can tell you that not only are you completely full of yourself, but you're dead wrong. The reason that I have feelings for you has nothing to do -- [Cellphone ringing]
Daniel: I got to take this.
Chelsea: Yeah, why don't you?
Daniel: Yeah. Hi. Not really a good time for me.
Philip: Where are you going?
Chloe: [Sighs] This was a mistake.
Philip: My favorite kind. Why don't you come back? Let's make another.
Chloe: Philip, I'm being serious. I let my emotions take over. It's my weakness. I really need to learn to control myself.
Philip: Come here. I like that you care.
Chloe: You do?
Philip: Yeah. Why do you still look so unhappy?
Chloe: Because I'm afraid that this is just a rebound thing for me, and that wouldn't be fair to you.
Philip: I can take care of myself.
Chloe: I know, Philip. It's just --
Daniel: Okay. I'll meet you. When? Where? I'll be there. This stays between us. Yeah, I'll see ya. Will you, uh -- you tell everyone I said goodbye, will ya?
Chelsea: Yeah, whatever.
Ava: So...is that a yes?
E.J.: You have yourself a lawyer, Miss Vitali.
Ava: That's great. So, do you have a card or something so I can call you?
E.J.: Yes, of course. Here.
Ava: Thank you. You will not regret this.
E.J.: [Sighs] I'm not giving up. Not giving up.
Roman: We need guards sent up here right away to escort a prisoner.
John: Escort a prisoner where?
Abe: We have no choice, John. We got to send you down to lockup.
John: Oh, no, no. I can't do this, no. Blondie, help me. Help me. I can't do this.
E.J.: Is Samantha here? I'm gonna go upstairs.
Marlena: She's with Lucas and the twins. I wish you wouldn't go up.
Kayla: I can't do it. I can't leave him.
Nicole: Philip, we really need to talk about -- oh! That is not right.
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