Days of Our Lives Transcript Wednesday 3/18/09 - Canada; Thursday 3/19/09 - U.S.A.
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Rafe: Yeah, I want the apartment. I know. It's the best the part of Salem. Yep. Great. Okay, I'll bring you a check later today. Okay. Thanks.
Sister Agnes: Look at you!
Rafe: Oh, my.
Sister Agnes: You haven't changed a bit.
Rafe: Oh, neither have you. Sister Agnes, come here.
Sister Agnes: You're still the same old fibber, aren't you? [Chuckles]
Rafe: Sister Theresa told me you might be here today.
Sister Agnes: Yes, and now that I know what you've been up to... Rafe Hernandez, it's a very good thing I did.
Sami: Yeah. Look at the fire. Oh. What?
E.J.: Nothing. I don't know. It's just seeing you there with my little girl just seems so right.
Sami: Right? What do you mean?
Tony: Oh, I'm so glad I got here in time -- that is to say before you stood before God and man and lied.
Nicole: Excuse me?
Nicole: What about her?
Tony: Oh, come now, darling. Nicole... we both know she is not your daughter.
Brady: Tony DiMera? Why the hell is Philip going after tony?
Stephanie: The fuels project. You know how we thought all the copies were destroyed?
Stephanie: Well, they weren't. There's one floating out there, and Melanie got her hands on it.
Brady: Oh, damn it!
Stephanie: And guess what our little trustworthy entrepreneur did -- she sold it to tony DiMera.
Brady: Why would she do that?
Stephanie: To stick it to E.J. and Philip.
Brady: This is bad.
Stephanie: Mm-hmm. And now Philip is out there trying to find tony DiMera, and there's no telling what he's gonna do to him when he finds him. I'm freaking out, Brady.
Brady: You're not the only one.
Philip: Tony! Tony DiMera, get your ass down here now!
Excuse me, but who let you in here?
Philip: Who the hell are you?
I'm the new butler, sir, and I'm going to have to ask you to leave.
Philip: I'm not going anywhere -- not until I get what I came for. Where is tony DiMera? Tony?
Nicole: Not my --
Tony: Baby. You didn't give birth to her. You're not biologically connected to her. Well, I don't know how many different ways I can say it.
Nicole: You can say it a million different ways, tony, and I still won't know what the hell you're talking about.
Tony: Oh, come, come, Nicole. You know exactly what I'm talking about. And as E.J.'S my brother, I'm morally obligated to disclose this sad little secret of yours. [Chuckles] Certainly got your attention, didn't it?
Nicole: I am not hiding anything. Sydney is my daughter.
Tony: She's as much your daughter as she is mine. Now, you may be able to fool my brother and the rest of the family, but I got your number. Nicole, it would be selfish of me if I didn't share this information with everybody concerned. After all... I do have to live with myself.
Will: Hey. Are you okay?
Mia: Go away.
Will: Hey, look, if you're in some sort of trouble, my uncle's a police officer. Police commissioner, actually, so I could call him if you want. Okay, whatever.
E.J.: I would like for you to be a part of Sydney's life in the same way that Nicole is a part of Johnny's life.
Sami: Right. Well, you know that doesn't exactly thrill me.
E.J.: Well, if it's any consolation, the idea of you being involved with her doesn't exactly thrill Nicole, either. So, maybe the two of you could try and put your resentment to one side, for the sake of these kids.
Nicole: You bastard. How dare you try to ruin this day for me?
Tony: Oh, come on, Nicole. This is hardly appropriate, given the gravity of the situation at hand, that you should be lamenting your day.
Nicole: Just leave, please.
Tony: We're talking about an innocent life here, a beautiful child that you are lying, deceiving, for God knows how long, not to mention the fact that you've been lying to my father and to my brother.
Nicole: You are no longer welcome here. I didn't want you to be Sydney's Godfather.
Tony: No? Oh, but I love that little girl.
Nicole: You don't know that little girl. The only reason we asked you is because we didn't want you to get pissed off or have some little stupid hissy fit.
Tony: [Chuckles] Oh, please. Now you're hurting my feelings.
Nicole: The hell with you and your feelings. I will find another Godfather. I will call my brother, Brandon.
Tony: Oh, and that's not gonna raise a red flag?
Nicole: I said get out!
Tony: The truth will come out, Nicole.
Nicole: Look, I don't know where all these insane accusations are coming from... but they are totally unfounded, not to mention cruel. That baby is mine.
Tony: Yeah, I'm sure...in your heart, she is. But in reality, genetically, biologically, legally... I assume she belongs to Mia... sweet, young Mia.
Lexie: No. No, it's okay. I just wish you'd given me more notice. Abe's at a conference this afternoon, and I have a christening to go to. No. No, of course. Of course I understand. Okay. Thanks for calling.
Stefano: Well, well, well, well, well.
Lexie: Father, hi.
Stefano: What is going on here? Well, if it isn't my favorite grandson, hmm? What a lovely surprise.
Lexie: I thought you'd be at the christening.
Stefano: Well, as a matter of fact, I'm on my way back to the church now. What about you?
Lexie: Well, my sitter just canceled. I don't know what I'm gonna do. Chelsea has a class. My other sitter's on spring break.
Stefano: Oh, don't you give it a second thought, all right? We will take Theodore over to my house. I will have Mary watch him. How would you like that, huh? Would you like that? And spend a little time at grandpa's house, hmm?
Brady: If you find him, call me.
Stephanie: Tell him to call me immediately. Thanks, Travis. Not at work.
Brady: Not at St. Luke's. Got a machine. All right, grab your coat.
Stephanie: Where are we going?
Brady: We're gonna find Philip somehow, because the last thing we need is him riling up the DiMeras. Come on.
I couldn't get ahold of Mr. DiMera, sir.
Philip: Yeah, and I bet you tried real hard.
I'll tell him you stopped by.
Philip: Don't bother. I'll find him and tell him myself. I'll also tell him his new butler's a real jerk.
Mia: Sorry. It's just been one of those days.
Mia: But I'm okay now. Better, anyway.
Will: Well, I guess I'll go, then.
Mia: Yeah. Uh, thanks for checking on me.
Will: Um, actually, you know what? I was going to get something to eat.
Will: M-maybe you want to come along?
Mia: I shouldn't.
Will: All right. Well, if you change your mind, I'll be at the Brady pub.
Mia: Oh, okay.
Will: It's right over there, by the --
Mia: Yeah, I know where it is.
Will: Maybe I'll see you there, then. Or maybe not. Anyways, uh, feel better.
Nicole: I don't know anyone named Mia.
Tony: You're a bit young to be having memory problems, aren't you, Nicole? She's a sweet young thing. She can't be any more than 16 years of age. You brought her by the house, what, a couple of months ago? Still doesn't register? Hmm. Oh, she was pregnant at the time. Of course, she's not anymore. Does that ring a bell?
Nicole: I didn't tell you her name.
Tony: Ah, then you do remember.
Nicole: No, no, I d-- tony, how did you know?
Tony: She came by the house earlier. Oh, it's a pity you weren't there to say hello. She was a sweet, lovely thing. You know, at first, she was reticent to talk to me, but then, of course, she... just opened up completely.
Nicole: Opened up?
Tony: About you, dear. And, of course, about her lovely daughter, as well -- the one you're trying to pass off as your own.
Stefano: Look, Alexandra, I know that you are very concerned because of what happened with Theodore the last time he was at the house, but I can assure you --
Lexie: You know what? It's okay. It's okay. I'll just talk to Theo about staying close to Mary. She's very attentive. I know that.
Stefano: Good. I will call her right now.
Lexie: Okay. Okay, sweetheart. You are going to have so much fun with Mary at grandpa's house. And mommy will come back and pick you up as soon as Sydney's christening is over, okay? Theo? Honey, sweetheart... sweetheart, look at me. Look at me, okay? I want you to listen to Mary and do not play on the stairs. Charlie here -- Charlie doesn't like the stairs at all, does he? No, he doesn't. Oh, sweetheart. I only worry because you are so precious to me... more than you'll ever know.
Sister Agnes: You really care for this girl, don't you?
Rafe: I've gotten... close to Sami and Grace. How could I not? The three of us have been through a lot together.
Sister Agnes: And you hope to spend more time with her, I presume?
Rafe: Well, I wouldn't have passed up the job offer in New York if I didn't. I'm gonna hang out here for a while...spend some time with Grace. And I'm sure, eventually, Sami's gonna want to bring her back to Salem, and she'll probably need me there.
Sister Agnes: That's quite a commitment. But I say I am not surprised. This won't be the first time that you have made a sacrifice on behalf of a woman.
Sami: I can't believe how still she is with me. I mean, she's so happy. She's -- it's like she knows me.
E.J.: She's very comfortable with you.
Sami: You know, holding her like this... it reminds me of Johnny when he was just about to fall asleep. She's doing the same thing, trying to keep her eyes open. [Sighs]
E.J.: She sleeps well. What was the longest we could get Johnny to fall asleep for, huh? An hour.
Sami: Yeah. Huh. [Clears throat]
E.J.: Look, Samantha, I, um...
E.J.: Look... Samantha, I-I'd just like you to know that, in spite of all of our differences... you know, there are few people in your life who have a lasting impact.
Sami: What are you saying?
E.J.: You're one of those people, Samantha. You've had a profound influence on my life.
Sami: For the better?
Rafe: Well, Sami's not like... anyone else. And the way that I feel about her... it's different.
Sister Agnes: Well, I just want you to be really sure that you have thought this through. Now, you're giving up your job, your livelihood.
Rafe: I'm not giving up my job. I don't have one, so no loss there.
Sister Agnes: Well, you are limiting your options if you stay in Salem.
Rafe: Well, it's a big enough place. I'm sure I'll find something.
Sister Agnes: Oh, Rafe. I hope you know that I only want what's best for you. Shouldn't you be certain that this young woman wants you to make such a sacrifice for her?
Sami: I learned a lot, too, from you. Um, I'd like to believe I'm a better person for having known you.
E.J.: You know, I really do want you to be happy, Samantha.
Sami: Well, E.J., I feel the same way. I'm never gonna trust Nicole. But I hope you know what will make you happy.
E.J.: I do. And, um, apparently you do, too. Oh, that is, I mean, it seems you found somebody to make you happy.
Philip: First it was E.J. Now it's his son-of-a-bitch brother. You're gonna be sorry you messed with me, pal.
Nicole: Unbelievable. You try to be nice to someone and help them out, and they stab you in the back.
Tony: Beg your pardon?
Nicole: I hate to talk trash about her. I know she seems harmless. But that poor little girl -- you know, she's a little...
Tony: She seemed perfectly sane to me.
Nicole: It's Tourette's.
Nicole: She -- she says the oddest things, you know? She blurts them out of nowhere. And she's bipolar, too. She's on medication.
Tony: Oh, the poor thing.
Nicole: I guess it's my fault, right? I let her get too close. I thought I was being virtuous and taking her under my wing. But what is that expression? No good deed...
Tony: Goes unpunished.
[Scoffs] Stupid, gullible me.
Tony: Oh. Well, Nicole, if you really think that the girl is as troubled as she is, that she could be mentally ill, don't you think we should inform E.J. and father that she could even turn up on the front doorstep?
Stefano: Ahh. Now, who's showing up? Inform me of what?
Tony: Would you like to do the honors, or -- or shall I?
Bo: Barely here a week and already raiding the joint.
Will: Hey, uncle Bo.
Bo: Hey, get down here and give me a hug. Good to be back?
Will: Yeah, it's okay.
Bo: Okay? What are you talking about? Your parents have missed the hell out of you.
Will: Yeah, my mom, dad, brother, sister... it's good to see everybody.
Bo: [Chuckling] Well, good. How's school? I mean, got friends there, kids you know from grade school?
Will: Yeah, there's kids I used to know but no one who's really a friend, you know? Not really.
Bo: That's got to be rough.
Will: Doesn't bother me. I'm okay on my own.
Bo: Someone you know?
Will: Uh, yeah. I mean, I just met her.
Bo: At school?
Will: No, not at school. Just somewhere.
Bo: Just somewhere? Well, that's as good a place as any.
Will: Yeah. I'll -- I'll talk to you later.
Bo: Yeah, later.
Will: You came.
Mia: I figured I had to eat sometime, right?
Will: Yeah, definitely.
Mia: This place -- it's nice.
Will: Yeah. It's good food, too. Are -- are you thirsty?
Mia: A little.
Will: Well, what do you want to drink?
Mia: Soda -- ginger ale.
Will: All right. And, uh, what about to eat?
Mia: Wait, do you work here?
Will: No. My Grandma owns the place, so...
Mia: Oh. That's -- that's cool. Now I see why you're at home here.
Will: Yeah, well, I've been coming here since -- pretty much every day since I was born, practically, so... so, uh, I mean, what about food? What do you want to eat?
Mia: Oh, uh, I'm not that fussy, so I guess I'll just have what you're having.
Will: Burger and fries?
Mia: Sounds great.
Will: All right.
Stephanie: Philip. We've been looking all over for you.
Philip: Well, congratulations -- you found me.
Stephanie: I called you a million times. Why didn't you call me back?
Philip: What are you doing here?
Brady: I was worried about you. Steph told me about tony.
Philip: That's great. Thanks.
Brady: Don't get mad at her, Philip, all right? She was just trying to help out.
Philip: I don't need any help. The situation's under control.
Stephanie: What do you mean? Did you find tony?
Philip: Not yet.
Brady: This is ridiculous. We're gonna find your father. We're gonna tell him what's going on.
Philip: No, we are not doing anything. This is my deal, and I will get those damn plans back.
Brady: And what if you can't?
Philip: Then I will crush that bastard. Tony DiMera won't know what hit him.
Stefano: Is there something you want to tell me, Nicole?
Nicole: Yes, there is, Stefano. [Sighs] I am so glad you came... to this joyous occasion. And you, too, Lexie. It's just this is a wonderful, special day for E.J. and me. And to have everyone we care about here -- it means so much, more than you know.
Stefano: Is she all right?
Nicole: And, um, I know that we haven't seen eye to eye and that we tend to push each other's buttons.
Nicole: But I sincerely hope we can push our differences aside and today can be a new beginning...for all of us.
Stefano: There's nothing I would like more than that.
Nicole: Thank you.
Stefano: No, no, no. Thank you for giving me such a beautiful grandchild. We are truly blessed, are we not?
Nicole: Yes, we are.
Stefano: Ah. All right. I think I will go say hello to father matt, hmm?
Lexie: Yeah, I'll join you. Excuse us.
Tony: My, my, my, that was quite a performance. The hug was a little over the top.
Nicole: I was being sincere, tony.
Tony: Of course you were. Ah, forgive my cynicism. After all, this is a very special day for you and your family, isn't it? It has all kinds of possibilities, doesn't it?
Nicole: What does that mean?
Tony: Life is so interesting. It can change on a dime, can't it? [Snaps fingers] Just like that. And then it's all different.
Nicole: Will you stop talking in riddles? What are you saying, tony? What are you gonna do?
Tony: Wouldn't you like to know?
Sami: Hold on a second. [Chuckles] Rafe was just being my friend, and you called my dad and tried to get him in trouble for being unprofessional. But now, all of a sudden, you're all warm and mushy about wanting to make sure that he makes me happy?
E.J.: Does he?
Sami: He's my friend. He saved my life. I'm -- I'm beholden to him.
E.J.: Beholden? That's romantic.
Sami: I've already admitted to you that I have feelings for him, all right? And, uh, nothing is going on between us. And you know what? This conversation is making me really uncomfortable.
E.J.: Okay. Should I drop it? I should drop it.
Sami: Yes, let's -- please.
E.J.: I really want you to be happy. I want you to have a happy life.
Sami: Thank you, E.J. Once I get a few things sorted out, I think I will.
Rafe: Helping Sami is not a sacrifice. I'm doing it because I want to. And she needs me.
Sister Agnes: I admire your dedication.
Rafe: Look, sister Agnes, I know you're just looking out for me, but I'm telling you, this -- this whole thing with Sami -- it is different. And what happened before is never gonna happen again.
Lexie: Hi. Oh, how precious.
E.J.: Lexie, father.
Lexie: Sweetie! Hey, sweetheart. Hi! Hi.
E.J.: How are you?
Lexie: Great, thank you.
Stefano: What a wonderful day, huh?
Lexie: So, are we starting soon?
E.J.: Shortly. Have you seen Nicole?
Nicole: Please do not ruin this day for me, tony. I'm begging you.
Tony: [Laughing] There you go again with "the day."
Nicole: Stop laughing, damn it.
Tony: What do you mean, stop laughing? This is not about a day. We're talking about people's lives. And if you think you can continue with this charade, you're the one who's mentally ill.
Nicole: I did not take Mia's baby, and I can prove that she belongs to E.J. and me.
E.J.: There you are. Everything all right?
Nicole: Yeah, just, uh, talking baby talk with Sydney's Godfather.
E.J.: Well, uh, are we ready?
E.J.: Father matt's ready.
Nicole: Okay, I'm ready.
E.J.: You too.
Tony: [Exhales sharply] Enjoy your moment, Nicole... because as soon as E.J. Finds out the truth... the nightmare begins.
Will: So, I got one with cheese and one without.
Mia: Oh, uh, without, please.
Will: Here you go.
Mia: Uh, this is really nice of you.
Will: Ah, it's no big deal. My Grandma owns the place, so...
Mia: So it's like a home to you.
Will: Yeah, sort of. Uh, so, um [Clears throat] Man, burgers -- miss them.
Mia: Miss them? Why, were you, like, a vegetarian or something?
Will: No, not at all. I-I lived in Switzerland for a while. And it's not like you can't get a burger there, but it's not the same.
Mia: So, Switzerland? When were you there?
Will: I actually just got back a few days ago. I was there for, like, a year.
Mia: Wow. As -- as, what, an exchange student?
Will: No. No, it just...sort of happened. So, uh, where are you from? 'Cause I've never seen you at Salem high or anything. Are you from out of town?
Rafe: Okay. Come here, you. Say hi to sister Agnes.
Sister Agnes: Oh. Hello, there, little one. [Laughs]
Rafe: Want to give her a little smile, huh? Nope. Doesn't like being told what to do.
Sister Agnes: Oh.
Rafe: She's quite the rebel.
Sister Agnes: Like someone else I know.
Rafe: Uh-oh. I think dear old sister Agnes here is referring to when I was living here.
Sister Agnes: Well, you were a challenge. But -- but look what a fine man you've become.
Rafe: Now she's buttering me up. What gives?
Sister Agnes: I am not. I am just stating the truth -- though in spite of all this new maturity, I must say I still see a trace of that rebellious teenager.
Rafe: Wow. See that? I thought I had her fooled the whole time.
Sister Agnes: [Laughs] You never thought for a minute like that, Rafe Hernandez!
Rafe: I'm doing okay.
Sister Agnes: Oh?
Rafe: I am. Yeah.
Sister Agnes: Oh, sweetheart.
Rafe: I'm doing better than she is. Yes, I am.
Rafe: Oh, sweetie. I know. It's okay. I'm telling you, I am not the crazy, defiant person that I once was.
Sister Agnes: Oh.
Rafe: No, not since, uh...
Sister Agnes: Since what?
Rafe: Since I met Sami.
Sister Agnes: Oh.
Rafe: She changed me. Simple as that.
Sister Agnes: Because of her?
Rafe: Well, she's not just any woman.
Sister Agnes: Are -- are you saying that she is the woman?
Brady: Philip, will you just listen to me?
Philip: Can I get another beer, please?
Brady: No, cancel that. You don't need another drink.
Philip: Steph, get him away from me, please.
Brady: You are not going after tony DiMera.
Philip: Why, because you want to? Hey, maybe you'd like to take credit for fixing this mess so my dad can worship your ass more than he already does.
Brady: Will you stop just being a jerk and listen up?
Philip: No, you listen to me. Give me a little credit. It's not like I'm gonna take a baseball bat to the guy's kneecaps. All I want to do is sit the guy down and reason with him.
Stephanie: Reason? Is that why you stormed out of the house like you were ready to strangle him?
Philip: I just needed to take some time, cool off, think things through, strategize.
Brady: Philip, Philip, what is your plan, huh? What, are you gonna corner tony at Sydney's christening while the priest is sprinkling water all over her head?
Philip: I didn't think of that.
Brady: You're cra-- you know what? You're not crashing a christening, all right? The whole family is there. If you attack tony in front of E.J. and Stefano, I can guarantee you you're never gonna see those plans again.
Philip: Okay. Well, since you're such an expert on all things DiMera, what do you suggest I do?
Brady: I do have a suggestion. I happen to know that tony is on the outs with Stefano and E.J. Instead of confronting him, why don't we make him an offer that he cannot refuse?
Fr. Matt: Whether we receive this sacrament as infants or adults, christening is the church's way of celebrating and enacting the embrace of God. Elvis, Nicole, what name do you give your child?
Both: Sydney Ann DiMera.
Fr. Matt: And what do you ask of God's church for Sydney Ann?
Fr. Matt: You have asked to have your child christened. In doing so, you are accepting the responsibility of training her in the practice of the faith. It will be your duty as Sydney Ann's parents to raise her in keeping with God's commandments as Christ taught us. Do you accept this responsibility?
Both: We do.
Fr. Matt: Very well. Now I ask the Godparents to step forward.
Lexie: Guess that's our cue.
Tony: You better believe it.
Mia: Uh, I am from out of town, yeah. But my life seems pretty boring compared to yours.
Will: I doubt that.
Mia: Okay, Switzerland, the alps -- that must have been awesome.
Will: Yeah, for the first few weeks, I guess.
Mia: And after?
Will: I don't know. I started feeling weird.
Mia: Was your family with you?
Mia: You miss them, huh?
Will: Only sometimes.
Mia: Are you -- are you close with them -- your parents?
Will: Yeah, sort of, but it's not like we hang out every day or anything, so it's not a big deal.
Mia: Uh, what about siblings?
Will: I got a brother and a sister -- twins.
Mia: Yeah? How old?
Will: Well, they're still little. And they were born, like, right before I left, so I don't really know them that well. But, uh, my mom would always send me pictures of holidays or their birthdays or whatever.
Mia: Um, uh, that guy just looked over here like he knows you.
Will: Oh, that's my uncle Bo, you know, the police commissioner I was telling you about.
Mia: Yeah. Uh, that's -- that's him?
Will: Yeah. The commish. Um, well, I'm gonna go get some fries. Do you want anything? No? All right.
Nicole: Yes! Come on! Push!
Will: That -- that girl I was just with -- where'd she go?
Bo: She took off.
Will: Just now?
Bo: Yeah, just went out the door. You could probably catch her.
Will: No, I'm not gonna go ch-- no, I'm not gonna do that.
Bo: Okay. You guys have an argument or something?
Will: No, I-I was just telling her about being in Switzerland and what it's like being back.
Bo: Well, give her a call. Find out what happened.
Will: I don't have her number. Even if I did, I wouldn't call her. I mean, she's nuts. What, just leaving like that?
Mia: My baby. I never knew it would hurt so much. [Sniffles] But I'm gonna -- I'm gonna see you again. I'm gonna find a way.
Stephanie: You didn't say a word in the car. You upset with me or something?
Philip: Come here.
Stephanie: I was worried about you.
Philip: I know. I kind of like it that you were going crazy out of your mind looking for me.
Stephanie: Well, I'm really glad that you decided to listen to Brady. What he said really made sense.
Stephanie: I mean, this is tony DiMera we're talking about. You have to be smart. Anyway, I don't know about you, but I'm starved. How about some brain food?
Philip: I think cook has the afternoon off.
Stephanie: I can figure something out. I do know my way around the kitchen.
Philip: I'll try it your way, Brady. But if tony doesn't take the bait, it's on to plan "B."
Rafe: Your mommy -- she's one for the books, huh?
Sister Agnes: Why don't you tell me about her?
Rafe: Tell you about her?
Sister Agnes: Yeah.
Rafe: Okay. Well, let's see. She's, uh, sweet... but impossible... smart... but really stubborn... tough... but kind of fragile... beautiful but... that's it. She's just beautiful.
Sister Agnes: So, she is the one?
Rafe: [Chuckles] I don't want to jinx it, okay?
Sister Agnes: I understand.
Fr. Matt: Nicole, please give Sydney Ann to her Godparents.
Nicole: Okay. Here we go. Come on, sweetheart. Okay. That's my little girl.
Lexie: Hi, baby.
Nicole: Got her?
Fr. Matt: Godmother, are you prepared to help Elvis and Nicole in their duty as Christian parents?
Fr. Matt: Godfather, are you prepared to help Elvis and Nicole in their duty as Christian parents?
Will: I can't believe she would just leave like that, though. Do you think something happened?
Mia: Help me to stop thinking I've made the worst mistake of my life.
Sami: [Crying] I have to go get her and bring her home.
Tony: Your situation is a lot more serious than you think.
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