Guiding Light Transcript Tuesday 9/1/09
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Previously on "Guiding Light"...
Reva: So big news, huh? Billy and Vanessa.
Billy: We're getting married.
Bill: You're getting married?
Josh: Sometimes I guess love actually wins out.
Phillip: Hey, I know that you didn't have any time yesterday, but what do you say you and me and Lizzie do something today?
James: When are you going to realize that I just don't like you?
Billy: Hey. Is it too early for a visit?
Reva: No. Early? Heavens no. I have visitors this time of day all the time. Please come in.
Billy: Can I have some coffee?
Reva: Of course you can have coffee. Would you like breakfast?
Billy: Sure, yeah.
Reva: I was kidding.
Reva: But there is cereal there if you would like to eat it.
Billy: No, thanks, that's good. You know, the wedding is coming up. Things are moving along fast.
Billy: Got a lot to do.
Reva: Well, Vanessa is a smart gal. She hired a wedding planner.
Billy: Still, we have decisions to make.
Reva: And you'll make them.
Billy: As a matter of fact, we already made one. We would like you to be our matron of honor.
Josh: Okay, if you really want to do this, this is how it's going to work. I'm going to take my crew, I'm going to put them on this side of the house. And then we have all that covered.
Bill: All right, let me ask you about the back. And remember the tools.
Lizzie: What tools?
Bill: Oh, it's a special project.
Lizzie: For the house?
Bill: No, it's for my parents' wedding.
Lizzie: Oh, nice. Let me see. So what is this? This is like a platform for the ceremony? It looks really good.
Josh: That's not actually what we're talking about right now. It's something.
Bill: No, actually it's a...
Bill: A plan to disrupt my parents' honeymoon.
Josh: Yeah, it's a...
Josh: It's a tradition thing, very old called "chivalry," where a bunch of people get together and bang pots and pans together so they disrupt the couple while they are upstairs doing, you know, whatever they're...
Josh: Yes. Funny.
Lizzie: That is not funny. That is a horrible idea. What... what Lewis thought of this tradition?
Bill: Well, let me just clarify.
Josh: I'm just saying.
Bill: This not a Lewis tradition. This is a tradition that goes back like eons of time. I think cavemen were doing.
Lizzie: I don't care.
Bill: My dad loves them!
Lizzie: No, no, no, let me just clue you guys in. Vanessa is not going think that this is funny. You need to stop yourself.
Bill: You're right. You're right. Okay. You're right.
Lizzie: No, I'm stopping you.
Josh: I'll call Buzz. He has lots of pots and pans.
Bill: Good, I'll get some streamers and whistles and stuff. (Cell phone ringing)
Beth: Hey, honey. I was hoping that I could book you for lunch.
Lizzie: I can't, actually. We're getting ready for Billy and Vanessaís wedding.
Beth: They're getting married? That's great. When?
Lizzie: In a little over a week. And I promised Vanessa I would go try on dresses.
Beth: Oh, oh, of course. We can do this another day. Tell Bill's parents that I'm happy for them.
Lizzie: You know, Bill is really happy. You know, his parents and they're getting back together. It's kind of every kid's dream-- their parents, together, happy.
Beth: Well, honey, you better keep dreaming.
Lizzie: I just think that you and Dad...
Beth: Listen, your dad and I had our time together. And I am so glad that you have built a new relationship with him. And I'm hoping that James can do the same thing. But it's not going to happen with us. I have to go. Good luck with those dresses.
James: Good morning, Aunt Alex.
Alexandra: Good morning, dear.
James: Want some Apple Jacks?
Alexandra: No, thank you, I think I will stick with my coffee.
Alan: Well, how long do you think it's going to take before you can get ready, huh?
James: Give me 20 minutes.
Alan: 20 minutes. All right, I'll call Bruno.
James: I'll meet you out front.
Alexandra: Well, you seem to have established quite a rapport with that young man.
Alan: Yes, I have, Alex.
Alexandra: Uh-huh. Because I find it very interesting that you could have him up early in the morning, eyes bright and shiny ready to go to work to the office. Good heavens. You must be so proud of yourself having that influence on him.
Alan: Well, actually, we're not going to the office first. We're going to play a little frisbee.
Alexandra: (Laughs) Frisbee?
Alan: Yeah, yeah, well, now you have to... it's all in the wrist. You have to really use the wrist. Yes, we go play a little frisbee every morning and we eventually end up in the office. You see, he likes spending time with me and I like spending time with him as well.
Alexandra: You know something, I can't remember a time when you've ever gotten along with somebody like you are with James.
Alan: Well, James gets me. And he accepts me for who I am. And I'm working very hard to accept him for who he is.
Alexandra: I see, well, miracle of miracles.
Alan: Yes, he understands me. As a matter of fact, I think you are the only other person who understands me better.
Alexandra: (Laughs) Yum, good.
Phillip: I'm sorry, am I late?
Lillian: No, we got here early because when you called, we got nervous.
Phillip: I didn't mean to worry you.
Ed: A little late, isn't it?
Phillip: Problem child. No, listen, I just wanted to tell you I've had a chance to sort of sit down, you know, have some time with everybody except James. And obviously there are a lot of people that I would like to be able to do that with.
Lillian: Sweetie, I'm sure you want to include everyone, but there just isn't time.
Phillip: There are too many. That's kind of what I'm feeling.
Ed: Are you feeling weaker?
Phillip: But it's not so much a physical thing, Ed. I'm starting to feel time running out. And, you know, you're right. I don't want to have something happen before I've had a chance to sit down with everybody. So I think I have got to do it now. I've got to start saying good-bye.
Reva: Billy, this is really so sweet of you.
Billy: Well, you know, actually it was Vanessaís idea.
Reva: Well, whoever's idea it was, I really appreciate the fact that you want me to be a part of this. But I really am doing better. And you don't have to take care of me. This needs to be about you.
Billy: Sweetie, you think I'm doing this because I think you're sad?
Reva: I think you're doing this because Jeffrey died and you don't want me to feel left out.
Billy: Well, you know what, you're over thinking it. We want you to be the bridesmaid at the wedding.
Reva: You don't have to do this, I mean it. This day is about you.
Billy: Including you is what my days are about. Deal with it. No one has been in more of the events of my life than you. Vanessa knows this. And she wants me to have my best friend there at our wedding.
Reva: Then I'll be there.
Reva: With bells on.
Billy: I like the bells.
Beth: Hey, you two. Medical conference?
Ed: No, just breakfast. I'm leaving anyway.
Beth: Oh, no, no, no I'm going to the library myself.
Lillian: Oh, she is my beautiful law student daughter.
Ed: Talk to your mother, okay? Talk to you later, okay? Nice seeing you, sweetie.
Lillian: Hi, honey.
Beth: What's going on?
Lillian: I just can't tell you right now, honey. I'll tell you later.
Beth: Do you realize what a mistake you're making?
Lillian: I am not making a mistake.
Beth: Buzz loves you. Look at all those years that took you to get over what happened with Ed. Do you want to go back there again?
Lillian: Do you think I'm cheating on Buzz? I'm insane about Buzz. No, Ed and I are just... we're doing this research we have to work out together. I am a one-man woman if ever there was one.
Beth: Oh, thank God. Oh, thank God. (Laughs) I'm glad to hear that. I'm so happy.
Lillian: I hope you keep your cell phone on today.
Beth: What? Why?
Lillian: Well, just keep it on vibrate in the library. Because I don't know, maybe somebody will call you. Maybe I'll call you.
Alan: You know, I had no idea that throwing a little frisbee before the office could be so exhilarating.
James: So it's not a waste of time?
Alan: Well, sometimes wasting time with someone allows you a chance to get to know them better.
James: And it's fun.
Alan: Yeah, it is fun.
James: What did you do for fun when you were growing up? I bet you went to the malt shop. Played those records with the big holes in them, sock hops, hula hoops.
Alan: No, I didn't do anything like that. I was being primed to take over the family business.
James: Oh, poor Granddad. We have to get you a hula hoop. I'll pay for these.
Phillip: Hey, Aunt Alex.
Alexandra: Hi, darling.
Phillip: You okay?
Alexandra: Oops, I would offer you some cereal but it's all gone.
Phillip: No, that's all right. Have you... have you seen James anywhere?
Alexandra: Yes, as a matter of fact, I have. He and Alan left earlier to go play some frisbee. Can you imagine? Those two have formed quite a bond, you know. I think you should be proud of your son. I think he can turn out to be quite a lovely young man.
Phillip: Yeah? I'm very happy that they're spending time together. I just wish I had gotten here a little earlier. Maybe I could have gone with them.
Alexandra: No, come on, darling. You'll have plenty of time with him.
Phillip: Right. But you know what I do have right now?
Phillip: I have the opportunity to spend some time with my favorite aunt.
Alexandra: (Laughs) thank you, darling.
Phillip: How would you like to play some cards? How is your pinochle these days?
Alexandra: I would clean your clock and you do remember how down and dirty I play, don't you?
Phillip: We shall see.
Vanessa: Come on in.
Vanessa: So Billy talked to you then, eh?
Reva: Yeah, he sure did.
Vanessa: Good. Well, you're a little early. The seamstress will be here any minute. You like this one?
Vanessa: Yeah, for you and me and Lizzie to fit the dresses.
Vanessa: Yeah, the dresses for the wedding.
Reva: Right, I just... I didn't realize that...
Vanessa: What? Well, didn't Billy talk to you about the... well, of course he wouldn't talk to you about dresses because he's a man and why should he? But, no, my thought was that we should all be comfortable and you should wear whatever you want. I'm not going to proscribe any dresses but the seamstress can come and fit them and make sure that...
Reva: Lizzie is coming then too?
Vanessa: Yeah, she'll be here any minute.
Reva: It's just that when Billy talked to me, I kind of thought he might have been kidding. I didnít... so you really do want me to be a part of this?
Vanessa: Yes. I really do. I mean, I wouldn't have asked if I didnít.
Reva: It's just that... well, honestly, who would have thought, you know, that the girl who initially came to Springfield to break up you and Billy would actually be standing up for you one day?
Vanessa: I kind of like it. And anyway, you didn't then and you're not going to now. So I say would you like a drink?
Reva: I would love a drink, thank you. A big one.
Vanessa: All righty.
Lizzie: Hi, Aunt Alex.
Alexandra: Hi. How are you? Oh, it's so good to see you. Come, join me.
Bill: Yeah, great, I'll have a hot dog.
Alexandra: Uh-huh. Best in town.
Bill: Oh, I know. I come in here all the time, but I don't tell Lizzie.
Lizzie: Please, I know that you come in here. You buy me those Twinkies out of guilt.
Alexandra: Listen, I heard about the news about your parents. Congratulations.
Lizzie: Oh, thank you.
Alexandra: It's been the summer of romance, hasn't it?
Bill: I guess so.
Alexandra: Yeah. I guess we can look forward to a lot of spring babies?
Bill: Perhaps. I don't think my parents are going to have any more kids though. They got perfection the first time around. Why mess with that?
Lizzie: He is so humble.
Alexandra: Well, guess you just have to wait and rely on two of you for more babies.
Bill: We're trying.
Lizzie: Why are you telling her that?
Bill: Because I'm proud.
Billy: Alan. You can go ahead and congratulate me.
Alan: For what? Did they name a rodeo clown in your honor?
Billy: That's good. No, it's even better than that, actually.
Alan: Let me guess, you won a pie eating contest at the state fair?
Billy: Okay, Alan, I will just have to tell you straight out. Vanessa said yes.
Alan: Yes to what?
Billy: We're getting married, Alan. We're going to be together.
Alan: Oh, Vanessa. You know, some people never learn from their mistakes, Billy.
Billy: Yeah, you know, I remember the first time that I was going to marry Vanessa and you brought Reva into town so that you could break us up. Didn't work. But sure as hell changed the face of Springfield, didn't it?
Alan: You know, I'm really trying to enjoy my drink. I'm not interested in going down memory lane with you.
Billy: Well, I'm feeling nostalgic, you know? Come on, should I send you an invite to my wedding?
Alan: I'm busy that day.
Billy: Well, I didn't tell you the date, did I?
Alan: What with ever date it is, I'm busy.
Billy: Okay, you old sour puss. I'm going to send you one anyway because I want to celebrate with everybody.
James: Sorry, I didn't know you were here.
Phillip: No, no, that's okay. Actually, I was looking for you earlier. How did the frisbee go?
Phillip: Yeah? I think it's great. I really think it's great that you are having fun spending time with your grandfather. Maybe if you're not too worn out...
James: I canít.
Phillip: Hang on, hang on. I wasn't going to say frisbee. Why don't we go riding or maybe we could catch a movie later?
James: I'm busy.
Phillip: James, you know, I really need... I need to spend some time with you and I don't seem to...
James: Yeah, and I get it but I can't right now.
Phillip: Okay, I don't get it! Explain to me. You've got time for your grandfather but you don't have time for me? I thought you hated both of us.
Beth: Phillip. Let him go.
Phillip: No, Beth.
Beth: He doesn't want to. Let him go.
Phillip: Just want to spend a little time with my son.
Beth: I'm sure that you do. But we don't always get everything we want when we want it.
Reva: I saw a picture of myself I'm so glad you are here. I don't know anything about being a bridesmaid much less the protocol.
Lizzie: Oh, no, no, no. I've got your back.
Lizzie: Step one.
Reva: Oh, better already. That's perfect, thank you. Too much. Right in here.
Vanessa: Oh, thank you both so much for coming over. We just have a week to the wedding so I thought we could talk about clothes and get a head start.
Reva: This will help.
Vanessa: I don't really... I just want you to be comfortable. That's all.
Lizzie: Okay. I mean, you're the bride. We'll wear whatever you want us to wear.
Vanessa: No, no, I don't really have any specific style in mind. You don't have to wear the same kind of dress.
Reva: Oh, not the same dress, no matching hats? Dye-able shoes. I love dye-able shoes.
Lizzie: I love dye-able shoes, too.
Reva: Lizzie and I can pull that off.
Lizzie: We could pull it off.
Reva: Definitely. Lipstick to match, earrings.
Lizzie: Little handbags.
Reva: Oh, definitely.
Vanessa: No, no, no. I mean, I don't think so. You're not planning to do that, are you? I mean, I'm not going to turn around and you're going to be there in matching green dresses with big, floppy hats?
Reva: You don't want to be surprised?
Vanessa: I don't need to be surprised ever again. I'm marrying Billy.
Reva: True, that's true. (Laughter) Cheers to that. Oh, boy.
Josh: What is this, you're practicing?
Bill: Wait a minute. That is unfair.
Billy: Hey, I could whip you both.
Josh: It's horseshoes, Billy.
Bill: So... nice. Is this the bachelor party?
Billy: Yeah, this is the bachelor party.
Bill: Yeah? I'm a little disappointed, Dad. I thought you were going to have a cake with a woman jumping out, maybe strippers and alcohol going on.
Billy: Nope. Too old for strippers and I don't drink, so it's going to be horseshoes.
Bill: I don't think you're too old. I think you know that Mom would kill you.
Josh: Yeah, but she wouldn't kill either one of us.
Bill: No, but Lizzie would. She's small but she's tough.
Billy: That settles it. So the booze and the strippers are for Josh.
Josh: It's a burden, but I think I can handle it.
Billy: You ain't got no woman, you might as well get some.
Josh: Billy, you know, what's the word I am looking for? Maybe something like shut up.
Bill: Very, very close.
Lillian: I'm so glad I found you. I've been looking for you.
Alan: Well, I'm working at home today just thinking out of the box.
Lillian: We need to talk about Phillip.
Alan: What now?
Lillian: Don't you do that.
Alan: Do what?
Lillian: Look, Phillip is going to gather the family together today. He's going to gather them together here in this house and tell them that he's about to die.
Alan: Well, it's about time.
Lillian: You know, other people might believe that you are not affected by this, but I know that you are.
Alan: Lillian, I am not the one who is dying.
Lillian: You know, I think you and Phillip need to find a way to end this stupid fight of yours. Because everybody in the family is going to come to you. They're going to turn to you during this. They're going to need you when they are going through this difficult situation. Not everybody is able to stifle their emotions and pretend that they don't care like you can. Look, some of us love Phillip very, very much.
Alan: I love Phillip, too.
Lillian: I know you do. You just have this funny way of showing it.
James: Mmm, good.
Alexandra: It's very good, isn't it? I don't know what's with me today with all this sugar. Ever since that cereal this morning...
James: You tried the cereal?
Alexandra: I finished the entire box. Yes, it was very good. So how was frisbee?
James: It was fun. Granddadís actually getting pretty good.
Alexandra: Really? Well, seems like I'm going to have to take up this little pastime or I'll be left out of the family fun.
James: I'll teach you.
Alexandra: Yes, but then you would knock me out of the shot of hiring a handsome young trainer who could put his arms around me and teach me how to flick my wrist.
James: Aunt Alex, you know how to work all those angles, don't you?
Alexandra: (Laughs) You seem to know how to work a few of them yourself with your granddad. I haven't seen him take to anyone quite like you.
James: He's okay.
Alexandra: Mm-hmm. So what do you say, you want to go play some frisbee?
Beth: That is a good idea. Play nine holes, it will calm you down.
Phillip: I'm going to find James and get him to go with me.
Beth: James doesn't like golf.
Phillip: It doesn't matter. I just need to talk to him.
Beth: Don't push it. Give him time. He'll come around.
Phillip: I don't have time, Beth.
Beth: Phillip, you were gone for years. He grew up without you. If he doesn't want you around right now, you're going to have to live with that.
Phillip: You know what, you do not understand.
Beth: Yes, I do understand. I understand you. You want what you want when you want it. Everything has to happen on your timeline. You pull people in when you need them and then you push them away when you donít.
Phillip: All right, fine. I... I... absolutely, I've been a lousy father up until now. I've been a bad husband. I've been a rotten friend and I've been a disappointment as a son. Is there anything that I have left out?
Beth: Stop making this about you. This is not about you.
Phillip: Actually, you're wrong. Sometimes, Beth, it really is about me.
Josh: Okay, okay, I want to make a toast here to my big brother and to the love of his life. Billy, I don't know how you talked her into marrying you again but somehow you managed to. And I know you're both going to be very happy.
Vanessa: Thank you.
Josh: No, no, thank you. He's all yours now. (Laughter)
Billy: All right, I say let's have dessert.
Lizzie: No, no no.
Reva: Go ahead.
Lizzie: I have a toast, okay. Billy, you were like a father to me when I really needed one. And you believed in me when no one else did. And I am really happy to see you happy. And Vanessa, I know that we're just getting to know each other so I feel like I just need to put it out on the table right now, but I have always been a little afraid of you.
Bill: Me too.
Reva: Yeah, me too.
Josh: Me too.
Vanessa: But I'm not a scary person.
Lizzie: No, oh, no. And the more that... sometimes right? The more I've gotten to know you, the more that I have realized there's absolutely nothing to be afraid of. And I think that we're going to be great friends.
Vanessa: Oh, phew.
Lizzie: And I know that the two of you belong together because you made this wonderful guy who he is. And I hope that our kids love us as much as he loves you.
Billy: All right.
Bill: Isn't that nice?
Vanessa: That was nice, thanks.
Billy: Now... now I think we should have dessert.
Reva: Oh, no, no, no, no, no, no, not yet. I can't just sit here and be quiet when there's toasting going on. I just... I feel like this is what should be happening. I feel like we're all where we're supposed to be. And I can see that you belong together. I mean, you always have. Anyone in their right mind would know that. And I'm happy that I can be a part of it. So, you guys be happy.
Bill: Yeah. Wait a minute now, wait a minute. I can't be outdone by everyone. I just want to say, Mom and Dad, I have been waiting for this moment since I was a little kid. To see you two together again makes me so happy. I don't know what brought you back together-- the power of love or maybe you realized that you are meant to be together-- but whatever the reason, I couldn't be happier to see it. So I just want you to both know that I love you and I couldn't be more proud to be your son. I love you.
Vanessa: Okay. Now you can have dessert.
Billy: No, now I got to say something. (Laughter)
Vanessa: Oh, mercy, mercy.
Billy: Well, you all know I blew it the first two times with Vanessa. I... I cannot believe that you are absolutely willing to give me another chance.
Vanessa: Third time's the charm.
Billy: You said it. And I'm telling that you we're going to be the couple that everybody looks at and are going to want to be. We're going to grow old holding hands and looking into each other's eyes. And I want to say, I think there must be something magical here in Springfield that brought you back to me. And now that are you back, I'm never letting you go. (Laughter) Okay. Dessert.
Reva: Actually, not for me. I really... I have to go because Colin, you know, is going to be looking for me. So, thank you again. I love you guys. I can't wait for the big day.
Bill: All right, we'll see you.
Josh: Excuse me. Hey. Are you okay?
Reva: Yeah, yeah. Sure. I'm great. The babysitter's going to have to leave, so I do too.
Josh: Are you sure? Because I think it would be a good thing for you to stay.
Reva: Well, I made it here. That's pretty good.
Josh: Yeah, it is. It's very good. All right.
James: Heads up, Nana.
Lillian: Oh, I never got the hang of that.
James: Because you didn't have the right teacher.
Lillian: You would have been the right teacher. Who taught you, honey?
James: Derek Beasley. Best friend in sixth grade at boarding school. He was good at all sports. Thing is he only grew up to be about 5'7", had to quit everything but wrestling.
Lillian: So did your dad teach you any sports?
James: None. The only thing my dad ever taught me was how to disappear. Comes in handy, though.
Lillian: I don't know, maybe he could teach you something now, you know? I mean, maybe you should be spending some time with him.
James: Maybe. Nah.
Alan: Lillian tells me that you're going to be talking to the family today.
Phillip: That's the plan.
Alan: What prompted this decision?
Phillip: I can just feel it. It's time.
Alan: It's time, what do you mean? Is it... you feel it's going to happen soon, what?
Phillip: I just think it's time for them to know. So I tried to have one last moment with each of them. Got to everybody but James.
Alan: And me? What about me? What about our moment together?
Phillip: As I recall, Dad, you told me to go away and die.
Alan: Phillip, you always hear what you want to hear.
Phillip: I tried to have a moment with you. For the last three months, I've done nothing but try to have a moment with you. Actually, no, my whole life I've been trying to have a moment with you, Dad. Just one time where I felt like you really just listened to me and got me and I got you. I don't have time. I'm out.
Reva: No, I'm not freaking out or anything. I feel like I'm doing better today. Yesterday, too. I'm happy for Billy and Vanessa. I really am. And I want to be there for them as much as I can be. But it's just, it's hard, you know? I mean, Billy, he gave this toast about growing old together and, I don't know... I know I have to move forward. I know I have to keep moving forward but there are times when occasionally I may need to take a step back, you know, because I like talking to you, I do, I like talking to you and I like seeing your smile because that makes me feel better. (Cell phone rings) Hello?
Josh: Hi, I'm just making sure you got home okay.
Reva: Well, I'm talking to you. I'm here safe and sound.
Josh: Good. Well, Billy and Vanessa said that they would call with the time for the wedding rehearsal.
Reva: Well, whatever they need is fine and I'll make sure I get there on my own.
Josh: Okay, I'll let them know. I guess...
Reva: Josh, you know, you were right. I do need to pull myself together just so that I know that I'm okay. And I think I'm really going to be able to do that.
Josh: I knew you could.
Reva: Okay. Bye.
James: He's not here.
Phillip: Do you know where he went?
James: Wasn't here when I came up.
Phillip: What are you doing right now?
James: I'm doing nothing.
Phillip: Okay. Great. Because I'm not doing anything right now either. What do you say we don't do anything together. What do you say you teach me how to play one of those video games of yours and I'll suck and you'll kill me.
James: That's boring.
Phillip: It's boring? Okay. Boring. You hadn't said that yet. Let's try something less boring. Why don't we play basketball because I know you think you're really good. But, you know, I'm still pretty good.
James: Dad, I don't want to do anything with you, okay?
Phillip: Okay. Not okay.
Lillian: Will you tell me there's a miracle? Tell me there is something you can do and save him.
Ed: I can't tell you that.
Lillian: You said the bone marrow transplant had possibilities, Ed.
Ed: Yes, it has narrow possibilities, grim possibilities.
Lillian: So you're going to what, sit there and do nothing?
Ed: I don't think I am doing nothing. But right now it is too risky, certainly for Phillip and for any possible donor we're going to find.
Lillian: So there's nothing we can do?
Ed: Not a damn thing.
Phillip: James! James! James! James! James! (Hard rock music playing)
Coming up on "Guiding Light,"
Jeffrey: How's your mom? How's Colin? Any sign of Edmund?
Jonathan: Whacked, cute, none.
Shayne: There is an opening in family court.
Marina: I thought maybe we should tell people first, that's all.
Shayne: Like our families.
Phillip: It's me. I'm in trouble. I need help.
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