GL Transcript Friday 7/10/09

Guiding Light Transcript Friday 7/10/09


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Previously on "Guiding Light"...

Bill: Are you suggesting that I sleep somewhere else?

Lizzie: Night before the wedding. It's bad luck.

Shayne: I'm going to stay here, just in case.

Dinah: In case Edmund shows up?

Shayne: In case you need protecting.

Dinah: In case you need to protect your son.

(Music playing)

Lizzie: Do you know what today is? Do you know what today is? Today's my wedding day. I'm getting married! Oh, I love you, too. (Giggles)

Bill: With this ring, I thee wed. What do you think, birdie? Pretty lame, huh? Let me try that one more time. (Deep breath) With this ring, I thee wed. Slide it on like that.

(Phone rings)

Bill: Morning.

Lizzie: Good morning. What are you up to today?

Bill: Of course, I am doing something special today. I got a great old tee time and I am going to play a few rounds of golf today with my buddies.

Lizzie: That's it? You don't have anything... you know, a little more pressing?

Bill: I'm joking. I've got something very, very important planned today, like changing the oil in my car because it needs it!

Lizzie: You know, I am small, but I can take you down.

Bill: I know, baby, I know, I'm kidding, I'm kidding. Can you believe it? Today is the greatest day of all days, and we will be getting married in a few hours, and you will be my wife.

Lizzie: Yay! I miss you. Roxy is very, very sweet, but you're much more cuddly.

Bill: After today, we will never be apart, okay? We are never going to sleep apart again.

Lizzie: I miss your kisses. Actually, I miss... miss your arms. I think I miss everything about you.

Bill: A few more hours and I will be all yours.

Lizzie: Okay. Do you want to do breakfast in ten minutes?

Bill: Breakfast? She makes me sleep somewhere else, but she wants to have breakfast.

Lizzie: We have a lot to do today. And the sleeping apart was just so you would look forward to the sex tonight.

Bill: I always look forward to sex.

Lizzie: Okay, I'll see you in ten minutes.

Bill: See you in eight. Bye-bye.

Dinah: It feels so nice to wake up next to you. Shayne? Shayne?

Mallet: Good job, good job. That's a good boy. God, Marina.

Marina: Okay. Which one? We have, boys, coral or bedazzled fancy fun.

Mallet: I feel like this is a trick question.

Marina: You're right, bedazzled fancy fun is it.

Mallet: Do you even need me?

Marina: Of course, I need you. I always need you.

Bill: So let me ask you. Do we get to take a nice, long nap after this big breakfast here?

Lizzie: No, no.

Bill: That's for you, baby.

Lizzie: We are on wedding countdown.

Bill: We are?

Lizzie: In five and a half hours we are saying "I do" in front of everyone we know and love. And I have to get my hair done. I've got to pick up the flowers.

Bill: Yes, yes. I'll do food, cake, music. So it's all... it's all good.

Lizzie: Okay.

Bill: Oh, you know what? I should probably try on my tux. Because... excuse me, baby. I had it altered, and I actually haven't tried it on yet.

Lizzie: Do you need me to take on some of your chores today?

Bill: No, no, no. No, no, no. H.B. III has got it all under control. It is all good.

Lizzie: It is all good. I can't believe it's here.

Bill: Oh, I know.

Lizzie: I can't believe it's here! We're get married, today, in front of everyone we know and love.

Bill: And those who we don't really love all too much.

Lizzie: (Laughs) They're all going to be here to watch me become Lizzie Lewis.

Bill: You okay? What?

Lizzie: I've never been happier. I just wish that my grandfather wasn't being such a jerk.

Bill: Look, if you want to wait, postpone this wedding a little bit, you know, until he calms down.

Lizzie: No, no. No, no, no, no.

Bill: That's fine. We could do that.

Lizzie: No, no, no, no, no. Everyone's coming today. He made his choice. Nothing we can do about it now. Uh-uh, uh-uh.

Bill: Oh, hey, that's right. Let's eat. Let's eat.

Lizzie: You did get the vows to Josh, right?

Bill: I did.

Lizzie: Okay.

Bill: But he never got back to me.

Lizzie: Can you call him really quick? I just want to make sure that they're okay.

Bill: Yes, I will. I will. Hey, Josh.

Josh: Bill, hi.

Bill: Look, I'm calling to find out if you had a chance to look at these vows.

Josh: Oh, the vows. The wedding, right. I'm sorry. I forgot.

Bill: No worries. There's still time.

Josh: No, I mean, I... I forgot to tell you. I'm down in Florida right now with your aunt, Reva. We're looking for Jeffrey.

Bill: Okay.

Josh: Listen, I feel terrible. I'm going to make a few phone calls, see if I can't find you another minister.

Bill: Don't worry about it. Donít... don't worry about it. You do what you need to do, and we'll take care of it.

Josh: You're sure?

Bill: Positive. Minor setback. No problem. Look, we're going to miss you guys. And just tell Reva that we love her.

Josh: Okay. We'll be thinking about you.

Bill: All right. Goodbye.

Lizzie: A minor setback?

Bill: (Laughs) Yeah. Reva must have got some news about Jeffrey because she and Josh are down in Florida.

Lizzie: I hope they find him.

Bill: Yeah. Yeah, me too. But look, we don't need to worry, all right? We had to get permission to get Josh in the church anyway. We're just going to call the minister there, right?

Lizzie: Great, okay. Okay, yeah. It will be good. It will be good. We do have copies of the vows, right?

Bill: Yes, and I'll drop them off when we drop off the food.

Lizzie: Great, great. I'm going to go get the flowers, and then I'll meet you there.

Bill: Okay. And I will get the band's equipment and get the crab puffs.

Lizzie: Okay, don't eat any of them. They're for the guests.

Bill: Yes. Well, let's get out of the rain, please.

Lizzie: Okay.

Bill: All right, take care.

Mallet: Did you... did you know that our stroller is broken?

Marina: Wow. No. How did that happen?

Mallet: I don't know. I was hoping you would know.

Marina: No.

Mallet: I mean itís... I mean it's quite a break. It would have taken quite a blow.

Marina: Yeah. Yeah, I don't know. Maybe it fell outside when I left it outside once? I... I don't know. But that's not going to work. You know, maybe I can fix it with some duct tape.

Mallet: No, itís... it's all right. I got it. I'll take care of it.

Marina: You sure?

Mallet: Uh-huh.

Marina: Thank you.

Dinah: My first night back and you do not say goodbye to me in the morning? Was it something I said?

Shayne: No, not at all. I can't stop thinking that if Edmundís in town, he's walking around here, that Henryís not safe. So that's why I'm sitting here and not in bed with you, where I should be.

Dinah: You're worried about your kid, that somebody else is raising. I don't blame you. That's why I love you.

Shayne: What's in the bag?

Dinah: I figured since you weren't in bed with me this morning, I would go get your favorite.

Shayne: Bacon egg and cheese on a roll?

Dinah: No! Hot dogs from the mini-mart.

Shayne: I missed you.

Dinah: I missed you, too. Do you think maybe we can get a station wagon since we're going to be on surveillance? I think we're going to have to sleep in shifts.

Shayne: Okay.

Dinah: Yeah, good.

Lizzie: Hi. Hi, I am Lizzie Spaulding. Soon to be Lewis, I'm picking up my wedding flowers.

Florist: Oh, right, right, right, the special order.

Lizzie: Yeah, we wanted everything to be perfect.

Florist: You certainly picked a unique flower.

Lizzie: My fiancťe and I looked through all the books, and when we saw the dahlias, we just knew that that was it. You know, they're bursting with color just like we're bursting with love for each other. So...

Florist: Wow, you really have it bad.

Lizzie: We like to think that we have it good.

Florist: Well, I hope these flowers will make your wedding beautiful.

Lizzie: Oh, I'm sure they will. And everyone we love will be there. So...

Florist: Careful, they're heavy.

Lizzie: Thank you. Why are you giving me onions?

Florist: Sweetie, these are the flowers you ordered.

Bill: So you all got sick?

Rocker: We played a wedding last night. We all ate. I think it was the scallops.

Bill: Scallops?

Rocker: Dude, I was the only one that could come in and answer the door when you rang. You could come in and look if you want.

Bill: I'll take your word for it.

Rocker: I could give you my guitar. You could play it. People do it.

Bill: No, thatís... that's not going to work,.

Rocker: Sorry, dude. I could lend you a boom box and some cd's.

Bill: You know at this point, I'll take it.

Rocker: It'll be cool.

Bill: Yeah.

Rocker: (Throwing up)

Bill: Oh, that's not good.

Rocker: (Throwing up)

Lizzie: No, I ordered big round flowers with red tips.

Florist: Well, that's what these are. Or they will be next year.

Lizzie: Next year?

Florist: Uh-huh, after you plant them.

Lizzie: I'm getting married today.

Florist: Well, they won't be ready today.

Lizzie: Okay. I'm not going to freak out.

Rocker: Hey, you're not having seafood, are you?

Bill: Crab puffs.

Rocker: Good luck.

Bill: It's all good. It's all good.

Lizzie: Can you just show me what you have in stock? I need something that will work as a bouquet. I'm flexible.

Florist: We've had a lot of events this week. I've just got plants. Or... these.

Lizzie: They'll work. They're great, uh-huh. It'll be good. It'll be good. That'll be good.

Bill: Oh! Oh. Okay. Not as bad as it looks, no.

Lizzie: No, it's exactly as bad as it looks. Because our wedding cake and all the food for our guests is laying on the ground.

Bill: I don't know what happened. I'm in the van. I don't think it was latched properly. I donít...

Lizzie: Okay. You know, maybe... maybe we could just put it back together?

Bill: Yeah.

Lizzie: We just... yeah, we'll just put it back together, and then I'll just put one side against the wall or something?

Bill: Baby, our crab puffs... they got pebbles. I donít... I don't think anyone is going to eat that.

Lizzie: Do you know how hard I worked on this?

Bill: I know.

Lizzie: (Crying) I've never made anything like this in my entire life. I just... I just really wanted to make something nice for everyone.

Bill: It was... it was a beautiful cake. It was beautiful before it... you know what? It's all going to be good. It's all good. It's all going to work out.

Lizzie: Yeah. Yeah, yeah, it's all going to be good.

Bill: Yeah.

Lizzie: That's what I told myself about the flowers.

Bill: What about the flowers?

Lizzie: They're beautiful. They're beautiful. They're going to be beautiful in a year.

Bill: Oh.

Lizzie: So... but it's okay because I have these.

Bill: Good. That's great. Look it, look it. Look, you got the flowers and we got... got the music. It's going to be...

Lizzie: Where's the band? Don't tell me where the band is. I don't want to know. I don't want to know, because it's going to be okay. It's going to be okay.

Bill: It's going to be good.

Lizzie: It's going to be okay. (Laughter) We're going to figure it out.

Bill: Yup.

Lizzie: And... and... and I'm going to... I'm just going to get some food.

Bill: Okay.

Lizzie: Because all that's going to matter is that everyone is going to be there.

Bill: That's right.

Lizzie: And... and... and what's really going to matter is that we're getting married.

Bill: That's right.

Lizzie: So it's going to be great.

Bill: That's all that matters to me. That's all that matters to me. And let me tell you, if our friends really love us, our family, they're not going to care what they eat.

Lizzie: Right.

Bill: They're not.

Lizzie: Okay. So we should hurry because we have three hours

Bill: Okay.

Lizzie: Okay.

Bill: Okay. Baby, it's all good.

Mallet: Hey, Jones. Listen, I got a job for you. I need you to tag this so I can take it to the lab later. I'm interested to see if the plastic on this matches the plastic found in Edmund Winslowís skull. And if so, then I found myself the murder weapon. God help me.

Dinah: Why are we still here? Mallet, Marina, Henry, they've all gone. They've all left.

Shayne: We're watching the house in case Edmund tries to come to the house while they're gone.

Dinah: He's not going to come. Edmund is not going to come and cause trouble for Henry.

Shayne: And how are you so sure of that? Because we're all pretty certain that Edmundís the one that sabotaged Jeffreyís plane.

Dinah: Uh-huh. It's basic survival. Edmund is not going to show up. He knows better. Plus, everyone's got his number. He shows up, he loses his freedom forever.

Bill: How many Twinkies?

Lizzie: Well, I invited about a hundred people, so two per person.

Bill: That's like 200 Twinkies. That's a lot of Twinkies. What else do we need?

Lizzie: Okay... I'm going to smush those.

Bill: That's all right, baby, here.

Lizzie: Okay, okay, okay. All right, now we need food. We need food, but it needs to be kept simple because we don't have much time.

Bill: Okay, all right. What do you think?

Lizzie: Chips and dip.

Bill: Chips and dip

Lizzie: Chips and dip, okay.

Bill: Chips and dip it is. You get the... you get some Pringles, and I will get some dip and whipped cream.

Lizzie: Okay. All right.

Bill: Hey, all right. This is good. This is good. Thatís... baby, that's a lot of Pringles. That's a lot of Pringles.

Lizzie: Well, I just... I don't know. I don't want anyone to feel hungry. And okay, okay, okay. So we're going to go back. We're going to make cake. We'll just put Twinkies in a pile, put some cream on it. Pringles, we need to put bows on the cans.

Bill: Bows?

Lizzie: Yeah, it's a wedding. We're making it special for everyone. Okay.

Bill: It's all good.

Lizzie: All right. Okay.

Bill: I'll get more whipped cream.

Lizzie: Okay.

Bill: Yeah.

Lizzie: Uh-huh.

Bill: Baby, look at that. Look what we did.

Lizzie: I know. And I saved the top part from the wedding cake.

Bill: That is beautiful.

Lizzie: Yeah.

Bill: What we need is just a little bit more whipped cream, but do not use too much.

Lizzie: You cannot have too much whipped cream.

Bill: Well, we got to save some for the honeymoon, all right.

Lizzie: Oh, oh, oh.

Bill: Oh, that's delicious.

Lizzie: Okay, no, no. No, no, no. Stop, stop, stop. I have to go get the Pringles ready.

Bill: Pringles? Pringles come ready. You don't have to worry about that.

Lizzie: Uh-huh. I'm putting bows on the cans.

Bill: Well, you know what? I'll do that.

Lizzie: Uh-uh.

Bill: I'll do that. And you go put on that beautiful dress of yours, okay? And I'll... I'll do that.

Lizzie: You sure?

Bill: Yeah. (Laughter)

Lizzie: We're getting married.

Bill: It's all good. It is all good. It's all good.

Mallet: Oh, red vixen. Who always buys red vixen? I know who that is.

Dinah: Me. Oh, I know that look. You have a headache. If it's behind the left eye, it's life. You know, if it's between the temples, it's work.

Mallet: Left eye.

Dinah: Okay, come here.

Mallet: Oh no, come on. Come on, come on. I hate when you do this.

Dinah: No, don't be a big baby.

Mallet: It hurts.

Dinah: Yeah, it's supposed to hurt. Then the headache is going to go away.

Mallet: But the headache doesn't go away because you just don't know it's your head any more. It's because your hand hurt. Ah!

Dinah: Okay, breathe, breathe. You're not breathing.

Mallet: Breath. I'm breathing. I got a lot going on at work. I got a lot going on. Jeffrey's plane going down, Edmundís still out there. I got to protect Henry. I still have a murder case to solve.

Dinah: You know, this headache isn't just about work. It's about everything.

Mallet: Well, I'm a professional. I should be able to separate.

Dinah: You know, life gets a little messy sometimes. It's hard to draw a lines.

Mallet: Well, it's kind of gone. My headache's kind of gone.

Dinah: Good.

Mallet: Thank you.

Dinah: You're welcome.

Mallet: Wow. All right, miracle worker, thank you.

Dinah: Okay.

Mallet: I don't think I need those any more.

Dinah: No, you donít. See you at the wedding.

Mallet: All right. Yes, the wedding. Thank you.

Dinah: Welcome.

Frank: Hey, baby girl, how's my grandson doing?

Marina: He's good.

Frank: I miss this big man. You know, we used to wake up at the same time together. I'll get a bottle for him.

Marina: It's okay. Dad, he's sleeping.

Frank: Oh, he is. Oh, he's a good boy.

Marina: He is. You know, if you miss him so much, you can always move back home.

Frank: Move back home? Wow, wow. Listen to you. Now you're sounding like me now.

Marina: Yeah, well, I don't know. I just like him to be surrounded by people who love him and want to protect him.

Frank: He is.

Marina: Yeah he is, I don't know. I feel like I can't do enough for him.

Frank: Hey, you are a very, very good mother.

Marina: Best kid in the world. I'd do anything to protect him.

Remy: Yo, Shayne? Hey, man, any word on Dinah?

Shayne: Yeah, she's back.

Remy: She's back?

Shayne: She's back.

Remy: You see, cops are the last to know these things, man.

Shayne: No, no, no. She's going to come and talk to you, man. She just, you know, hasn't been here a whole day yet.

Remy: Yeah. Hey, what about Jeffrey, man?

Shayne: Still missing.

Remy: So, the whole Edmund thing, any new leads?

Shayne: No, man. Nobody knows nothing, other than everyone thinks he's still alive.

Remy: That is so weird, man. When I pulled him out the river, I swore to you...

Shayne: I I.D.'ed him at the morgue, Remy.

Remy: So any idea where he's headed?

Shayne: Yeah, everyone thinks he's heading back here. He sent Marina a box of keepsakes for Henry.

Remy: So he knows about Henry?

Shayne: Yes.

Remy: Oh, my God.

Shayne: Yes, he knows about Henry. I don't have any idea how. It's screwed up. We're doing our best to protect him, the four of us. We haven't told anybody else, so it's just us. Which, by the way, if you could keep that quiet I would...

Remy: Yeah, you got it. You got it.

Shayne: I appreciate it. Appreciate it. Going to Bill and Lizzieís wedding tomorrow.

Remy: Yeah, yeah. Christina's real excited. I can't get out of it.

Shayne: Yeah, tell me about it. Obviously, Dinah is, too. Speaking of... I'll see you tomorrow, man.

Remy: All right, bro.

Shayne: All right?

Remy: Yeah.

Bill: No one is going to care about anything else at this wedding but you. You look so beautiful.

Lizzie: It's good?

Bill: It's all good.

Lizzie: Well, I hope we have enough Pringles. You know what? Actually, letís... let's go in and take a peek and see how many people are here. So if we need more, we'll send Buzz or Frank or somebody.

Bill: Let's go see.

Lizzie: Okay.

Bill: Come on.

Lizzie: (Giggles) Nobody's here yet.

Bill: Yeah. You know what? Maybe we... I don't know, maybe we just made that Twinkie cake faster than we thought we did.

Lizzie: The ceremony is starting in ten minutes.

Bill: People run late. That's all. I'm just...

Lizzie: Everybody? No. No, something's wrong.

Bill: Let's look outside, okay? Let's just... okay, come on.

Bill: Nobody's here.

Lizzie: Bill?

Bill: Uh-huh?

Lizzie: Look at this. It's our invitation. Look at it.

Bill: Our invitation has tomorrow's date. Oh, oh.

Lizzie: No one's coming to our wedding.

Bill: It's all...

Lizzie: Oh, please don't tell me that it's all good. Because we're not getting married today. My dad's not going to walk me down the aisle. You're not going to lift my veil, and I don't get to throw the bouquet. I just... I wanted everything to be perfect.

Bill: Baby, we can still do this. The minister is here. You're here. I'm here. I still love you, okay.

Lizzie: I love you, too. I just wanted everyone to see that, you know. I wanted our friends and family to be a part of our promise to each other.

Bill: Okay, well, you know what we'll do. We'll just come back here tomorrow. That's what we're going to right?

Lizzie: The church is booked tomorrow.

Bill: Then let's go home. That's what we're going to do. We're going to go home, and we're going to call everyone and tell them another location.

Lizzie: Where? Where? This short of notice, every place is going to be booked.

Bill: We could do the baseball field. We could do the gym at the municipal building. We could do the parking lot over at Farley's. I'm kidding. I'm kidding. I'd never...

Lizzie: Oh, I cannot believe that we did this! I can't believe that we tried to plan this ourselves. What a mistake. You know what? I wanted it to be beautiful. I wanted everyone to be here. And now we have carnations and we got Twinkies.

Bill: And you and me. And that's all that really matters, okay? We are going to figure this out, okay? It's all good. It's all good.

Mallet: Hey, Jones. Listen, you get anything back on that stroller?

Jones: Not yet.

Remy: Hey.

Mallet: Hey.

Remy: You okay? You don't look so good.

Mallet: Oh, itís... I had a headache.

Remy: You had?

Mallet: Yeah, it's mostly gone now.

Remy: Hey, Mallet, I was just talking to Shayne. I know about Henry. I knew from the beginning when Dinah was trying to figure out the DNA. Now I'm not trying to butt in, but I want you to know if you need help protecting him from Edmund, I got your back.

Mallet: Thanks. Thank you. Yeah, I guess we all need the help. All right.

(Cell phone rings)

Remy: Hello? Hey! You're kidding.

Lizzie: Wait, wait, wait. What are you doing?

Bill: I was going to throw it away, but...

Lizzie: I want one.

Bill: You want one? Sure. Is it good?

Lizzie: Not as good as usual.

Bill: Oh, baby, you know what we're going to do? We're going to laugh about this some day with our grandkids. That's what we're going to do.

Lizzie: If we don't get married, then we won't have grandkids.

Bill: We're going to get married, some day.

Lizzie: Just not today?

Bill: Not today.

(Cell phone rings)

Bill: Bill Lewis.

Dinah: Oh, thank God, Bill, that I got you. I'm so glad that I got you.

Bill: Dinah.

Dinah: Listen, Bill, I need you. I need you right now.

Bill: Look, not really a good time right now.

Dinah: Bill, please, please. It's really important.

Bill: Can we do it later?

Dinah: No, there's not enough time.

Bill: Dinah, what... what is it? Are you okay?

Dinah: Meet me in Miller's field in five minutes. Please, Bill. It's a matter of life and...

Bill: Dinah! Dinah! That is so strange. She wants me to meet her.

Lizzie: Meet her?

Bill: Yeah, I don't know. She sounded a little, I don't know, desperate.

Lizzie: Well, why are we still standing here?

Bill: Yeah, yeah. Let's go, let's go. Come on.

Bill: Dinah? Dinah?

Lizzie: I don't see her anywhere.

Bill: I don't know, something is weird. Let me call her again. Dinah, what's up? It's Bill. I'm looking for you. Where are you? Give me a call.

Lizzie: What do you think happened?

Bill: I don't know.

Lizzie: Should we be calling the police or something?

Bill: I mean, what are we going to say? My sister called me and wanted to us meet her in a field and now she's not here. I don't know.

Lizzie: Oh, there she is. Hey.

Bill: Hey.

Dinah: Thank God, you're here.

Bill: Dinah, what's going on? What's wrong?

Dinah: I wanted to make sure that you guys were here. You're dressed up.

Bill: Yeah.

Dinah: Were you getting married? Wait a minute, I thought that was tomorrow.

Lizzie: Yeah, no, no, everybody did, but we screwed it up.

Bill: Yeah, we planned it for today, but the invitation said tomorrow. So...

Dinah: What?

Bill: Yeah.

Dinah: You were at the church? By yourself, nobody was there, no friends, no family?

Lizzie: No, no, no nothing. Everything was messed up, actually, yeah.

Bill: Musicians had food poisoning.

Lizzie: And the flowers that I ordered will bloom sometime next year.

Bill: Oh, the cake that I was carrying in the van... boom, hit the ground.

Lizzie: But then we found out that just none of that mattered because nobody was showing up.

Bill: No.

Lizzie: We almost got married today anyway, but we want to share it with our friends and family, so we decided to wait.

Dinah: I don't blame you. I don't blame you. I would want that, too. If I was getting married, I would want everyone I love to be all around me. To be all around me! (Music playing)

Lizzie: Okay, what is this?

Billy: Well, I don't know about you, darling, but looks to me like a big old wedding! (Applause)

Lizzie: How did you do it?

Dinah: I saw the two of you talking at the church. I made a few phone calls and then Mindy did the rest.

Mindy: You look beautiful.

Lillian: We wouldn't miss this for the world.

Vanessa: We all love you very, very much.

Beth: Happy wedding day, sweetheart.

Bill: Well.

Lizzie: I think it's perfect.

Bill: In that case, Lizzie Spaulding, will you marry me?

Lizzie: Hmm. Yes, I'll marry you.

Bill: Yes, she said yes.


Next week, on "Guiding Light"...

Man: We have found something.

Reva: Something?

Dinah: You decide to meet me at a place station. This is where you sell guns?

Phillip: This is all the stuff from that trip that we never took.

Alan: Your father thinks this trip is going to make everything all right.

Lillian: Can't you tell her the truth?

Phillip: Lillian, I'm not going to tell anyone right now. I need my time with my family to be about what we have, not what we're going to lose.

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