One Life to Live Transcript Tuesday 10/2/07
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Judy: Did you not understand the question, Mrs. Manning? Would a good father convince the woman he claims to love that her son died in childbirth?
Blair: You're twisting everything around.
Judy: Does a good father fake the death of a day-old infant and then foist him on total strangers in a foreign country?
Blair: Itís complicated.
Judy: Really? It sounds simple to me. You gave birth to a son by the complainant, Todd Manning, who then turned around and foisted him on total strangers in a foreign country. Sounds like a dry run for what he later tried to pull with Tommy McBain.
Markko: Who needs trig, anyway? I'm not trying to build a pyramid anytime soon.
Cole: I know, right? Thatís what I'm saying.
Markko: You know, they should teach us something we can actually use, like -- like understanding your girl freak 101.
Cole: What are you looking at me for?
Markko: What, did you and Starr hit a road bump?
Cole: We had a little argument.
Markko: Oh. Yeah, well, you got it easy, ok? Because at least with Starr, you know what you're arguing about. Langston -- she just gets pissed and runs out. God, I'd give my left leg to know what was up with her.
Langston: Hi, Dr. Lord. Is Starr around?
Dorian: No. In fact, I'm surprised she isnít with you.
Langston: I got distracted at school. I must have missed her.
Dorian: Please, sheís going to be home in a minute. Why donít you wait?
Langston: Oh, no, itís ok.
Dorian: I insist. Besides -- ah -- itís teatime. You've spent so many nights here in this house. My goodness, donít you think itís time that we got to know each other a lot better?
Bo: Do you know who I am, Lindsay?
Nora: We should -- we should call her doctor.
Will: No, no, no, wait. No, no, not yet. I think he might be getting somewhere.
Bo: Lindsay, itís Bo. And Willís here, too. We're both here for you. Can you say something -- let us know that -- that you're ok?
Morgan: Objection! Opposing counsel is badgering the witness.
Judge: Dial it down, Counselor.
Judy: When you learned what Todd did to his own son -- and we're talking about the first one, Jack -- did you still want him to be a father to your kids?
Antonio: Table 12 is pissed.
Cristian: Yeah, I know. I'm comping them a round of mojitos. Look, Antonio, I canít talk right now, man. I'm understaffed.
Antonio: What do you need?
Cristian: Arenít you on duty? Look, this is not the right time for you to be around here, all right?
Antonio: Why? Because you're short one server?
Cristian: Why? You want to know why? Because I'm going to fire that piece of work the second she walks through that door, thatís why.
Sarah: Sweet. All right, all right, I'll check you later. I'm sorry I'm being so noisy. I'm running late, and I am the worldís multi-tasker.
Layla: No worries.
Sarah: I canít find the shirt I wanted to wear tonight. Can you believe I've been here all of one day, and I'm already losing things?
Sarah: I'm driving you crazy, arenít I?
Layla: Girlfriend, relax. You look like you're about to pop a vein.
Sarah: I keep cutting it too close to my shift. But I'm working on it, I swear. I do not want to mess up this whole roommate-roommate thing we've got going.
Layla: Ok. You really need to take a deep breath. I'm serious.
[Knock on door]
Layla: And why should you bust your butt, you know, changing your routine now? Itís going to change anyway when you win that bet with Cristian.
Layla: And --
Sarah: Piece of cake.
Layla: Hi, Talia. Whatís up?
Talia: I made up an imaginary boyfriend for my boss' benefit, and now he wants to meet him.
Talia: Please help me, please.
Michael: Now we're getting somewhere.
Blair: Todd made mistakes, but he --
Judy: Mistakes? You've got quite a talent for understatement.
Blair: Yeah, and you got quite a talent for being a bitch.
[Judge pounds gavel]
Judge: Not in my courtroom, Mrs. Manning.
Blair: Look, what Todd did was wrong, but he had his reasons.
Judy: Pray tell.
Blair: Well, first of all, he did not know that jack was his son.
Judy: Reason enough to dump your wifeís kid in the third world without a trace?
Blair: I'm not saying what he did was right. But when Todd found out, he tried to move heaven and earth to bring his son back.
Judy: What happened when Todd brought the baby back? How was he presented to you?
Blair: He told me that the baby needed a home and that I should adopt him.
Judy: Your own child? That doesnít make any sense.
Blair: He didnít tell me that it was my son.
Judy: He lied. When did you find out the truth?
Blair: Jack came down with an inherited disease. It was the same disease his sister, Starr, had when she was younger.
Judy: So you put two and two together?
Blair: Jackís bone marrow donor was the same donor that saved Starr.
Judy: Wait, now, let me get this straight. Your son had a life-threatening illness, a condition that might have been planned for -- perhaps even prevented -- had the complainant been honest with you from the start, had he never given the infant away in the first place. But instead, Mr. Manning kept up the lie, perpetuated it almost to the end of his own sonís life, just to punish you.
Blair: You are twisting everything around.
Judy: Am I? Or did your husband? Ask yourself, Mrs. Manning, is anyone as important to Todd Manning as Todd Manning himself?
Bo: You know, when Nora told me what happened, I thought about calling out the big gun -- little Matthew. He cares a lot about you, Lindsay. Nora said that when -- when she was sick all those months, that it was Matthew who actually brought her out of it. Always show up, and he'd just keep talking to her and talking to her. And -- and she heard him. Even in a coma, she heard everything that he said. I guess he has a way with words, huh? Better than his old man, but I'm going to give it a try. Because itís you. Just wish you knew how many people care about you, and -- and want to protect you. Like me.
Dorian: Starr hasnít cornered the market on listening skills. Come on. Spit it out.
Langston: I got into a fight with my boyf-- with Markko. Itís no big deal.
Dorian: Oh, did you come to the right place. I tell you, I've had more than my share of, shall we say, disagreements with men.
Dorian: Oh. What happened?
Langston: He started butting into all sorts of things that were none of his business. And I -- I mean, I really like him, but that doesnít give him an all-access pass.
Dorian: You donít want to compromise your independence.
Langston: Why should I?
Dorian: No, no, I'm agreeing with you.
Langston: You are?
Dorian: Absolutely! I mean, men -- well, some of them -- can be very unreliable. Whereas your own personal values and standards -- those are forever. Like family. I'm sure your parents would agree with me.
Dorian: Of course, how would I know?
Dorian: I've never met them. I -- I've got it! Yes, absolutely. I am going to give a little dinner party. Something [Speaking French]. You know, just you, your parents, me, of course, Starr, and Blair. We'll get to know each other over a delicious gourmet meal.
Langston: I -- that -- thatís not possible. I -- my parents are still overseas.
Dorian: But you said they were coming back home weeks ago.
Langston: I lied.
Blair: If you spent one moment with Jack and Starr, you would realize how much they adore their father. And Todd -- he -- his children mean everything to him.
Judy: What steps did you take to protect your children after you discovered Todd lied about your son, Jack?
Blair: I -- I sued for full custody.
Judy: What else?
Blair: Isnít that enough?
Judy: Did you take the two kids to Hawaii?
Blair: On a vacation.
Judy: You didnít transport them across six time zones to prevent Todd from kidnapping them?
Blair: I took my children to Hawaii for fun.
Judy: Did Mr. Manning showed up and tried to forcibly remove Starr and Jack from your custody?
Morgan: Objection. Argumentative, your honor.
Judge: Counselor --
Judy: I'll rephrase. Did Mr. Manning --
Blair: He did not.
Judy: What? Succeed in absconding with your children? And that was thanks to the intervention of Sam Rappaport and Tea Delgado, isnít that correct? But during the kidnapping attempt, didnít the would-be getaway vehicle capsize in the middle of the pacific, almost drowning Ms. Delgado, Mr. Manning, and his hired help? Am I correct in saying that your children might not be alive today had they fallen into your husbandís clutches? Do you honestly think that he would have had the foresight to put Starr and Jack in lifejackets when he couldnít do the same for Margaret Cochran when she was eight months pregnant?
Blair: Ok, you know, you can manipulate this story any way you want. But the truth is, Todd loves his children, and he would do anything for them. And we're going to raise our children in a safe, loving home.
Judy: By "our children," do you mean to include Tommy McBain?
Judy: Well, then I'm doubly concerned. Because that would mean they would have Todd, on the one hand -- rapist, attempted kidnapper, attempted murderer -- and then thereís you. Repeat patient at St. Annís Psychiatric Hospital, and an attempted murderer twice over. Tell us, Mrs. Manning, what will you do if your husband loses custody? Push Marcie McBain out a window like you did to Tea Delgado?
Starr: Hey, you lay off my Mom! If you want to know what my parents are like, you ask me.
Talia: I have no idea how to handle this. Well, you're sane. So tell me what to do. I didnít realize you had company. I'm sorry.
Layla: Oh, Sarah is my new roommate. Adriana left me to shack up with Rex.
Sarah: Hi. Well, got to run. See you, roomie.
Layla: I'll be by there later.
Talia: Look, I hate -- I hate to dump this all on your lap. I'm sorry, I --
Layla: No apologies. You saved my life and my best friends' lives. As far as I'm concerned, you can walk through that door saying whatever you want. Now, do you need me to call in Adriana for a cons--
Talia: No, no! God, no. Sheís related to the problem.
Layla: How? You said you had a boyfriend. I thought you were single.
Talia: I was. No, I am. I am single. I've been single for a very long time. But the point is, at Capricorn right now waiting to meet him.
Layla: How did that happen?
Talia: Because I made him up! But what does that matter? The point is, I have to be at Capricorn with a guy on my arm in 15 minutes. And all I have is a figment of my imagination.
Layla: Ok, thereís something I'm not getting here.
Talia: Wait a minute! Wait, wait, wait, wait, wait! Arenít you an actor? Right? Ok, donít you have actor friends who could pretend to be my boyfriend, George, for, like, an hour? Oh!
Talia: Yeah, didnít you watch "The Brady Bunch"? Jan? Whatever -- it worked for her.
Layla: Ok, wait. Why would you make up a fake boyfriend and tell Antonio about it?
Layla: Oh, please. Please tell me you're not hot for your boss.
Cristian: If Sarah books bands the way she serves tables, sheís never getting that promotion.
Antonio: Well, fire her, man. I trust you.
Cristian: I canít fire her, man. She needs the job.
Antonio: Well, then cut her pay or demote her to dishwasher or charge her for the glassware, but do something, man, before you have a coronary.
Cristian: She moved out, you know. Now she has to make rent for real.
Antonio: This is the same girl that -- that refused to take money from her family based on principle?
Antonio: You looking for this? Nice. Why donít you -- why donít you talk to her? You know, I mean, just l down the law, you know, tell her what the stakes are. I'm sure she'll do better. If she doesnít, well, then, look, you did your best, and you can cut her loose with -- with a clear conscience.
Antonio: Unless thatís not what you want.
Cristian: What I want is for this place to run smoothly -- with or without Sarah Roberts.
Sarah: Hey, boss, sorry I'm late, but I am here and I'm ready to rock. Where do you want me?
Dorian: Langston, why would you say your parents were coming home when they werenít?
Langston: Look, I -- I know how it must look. My -- my parents are always away, and -- and I'm a minor, and -- and blah, blah, blah.
Dorian: Oh, honey, itís a lot more than "blah, blah, blah." You need your parents.
Langston: But they give me everything I need. I mean, I'm proud of them. They go all over the world, traveling to help people who are in need.
Dorian: Well, thatís wonderful, but what about their own daughter?
Langston: Well, I'm totally fine. I'm -- I'm healthy, I'm happy.
Dorian: I would feel a lot better if I could talk to them directly. Would you mind giving me a number where I can reach them?
Langston: I -- I canít.
Judge: Young lady, I understand your feelings, but unless you're specifically directed to voice them, you are to keep quiet, understood? I'll allow a 15-minute recess. Use it wisely.
Bailiff: All rise.
Blair: What in the world are you doing here, Starr?
Starr: I want to testify.
Blair: Absolutely not.
Starr: Put me up there. I can win.
Todd: Did you hear what I just said?
Starr: Dad, we are getting our butts kicked, and I can change that.
Todd: You're not even supposed -- to be here!
Starr: How many times have I told you that I can handle this? The lawyer is nothing compared to Britney.
Blair: Come on, the stakes are much higher here in court, sweetheart.
Starr: I know, mom. Itís win or lose my baby brother. I get that. I want him to come home, too.
Morgan: Sheís got a point. We got ambushed. Itís not looking good.
Blair: Come on. You saw that lawyer. Sheís out for blood.
Todd: Sweetie, if I put you up on that stand, I look like the kind of father sheís been describing me as.
Starr: Sheís already made you look like a horrible father. And the only way to change that is for me to go up there and tell them that you're not. Donít be worried about me, ok? I can handle this.
Morgan: What do you say?
Morgan: I'll inform the court.
Todd: You're sure about this?
Starr: I'm not going home until they have to hear what I say.
Marcie: Somethingís up.
Judy: They're going to use Starr to humanize Todd and Blair.
Michael: This is bad for us, isnít it?
Judy: Not I can help it.
Markko: Forget what I said, all right? I was just -- tripping.
Cole: Hmm. You know how I'm going to make it up to Starr? Apologize.
Markko: Ha! Really?
Cole: Why not?
Markko: Uh -- pride.
Cole: Hmm. You see, with Starr and , usually honesty helps -- except this time, it didnít, so I'm going to suck up my pride and apologize for arguing.
Markko: Yeah, but what if that doesnít work?
Cole: Hopefully, it doesnít come to that. All right, well, thatís enough male bonding for one day, so I will catch you later.
Markko: All right. See you.
Cole: Good luck with Langston.
Dorian: What do you mean you canít give me a telephone number for your parents?
Langston: Well, I -- I would, but they canít be reached by phone.
Dorian: I find that hard to believe.
Langston: Oh, well, phone signals are -- are a security risk where they are. Thereís -- thereís rebel separatists and -- and they'd be toast if the wrong people found out they had satellite phones.
Dorian: But surely they set up something -- mean, a contact person?
Langston: Yeah, um -- I -- you know what? I have the information at home and I just need to go and -- and find it, so tell Starr I'll catch her later.
Dorian: Langston? I hope you donít misunderstand my concern.
Langston: I get it -- you care just like Markko cares.
Dorian: Huh. Well, thereís a lot more to that boy than I gave him credit for.
Langston: See you.
Bo: I should've been at your arraignment. I was with you every step of the way and then I just -- I dropped the ball. I think -- oh, I donít know. It doesnít matter, I'm here now. And whatever you need, I'm going to be there for you. You say the word and I'll come running.
Judge: You may be seat.
Morgan: How are you doing today, Starr?
Starr: I'm ok.
Morgan: Good. Uh -- nervous at all?
Starr: Not anymore.
Morgan: Good. Could you please describe your parents? Tell this court what they mean to you.
Starr: I can say that I love my parents more than anything in this world, but -- that wouldnít be true. They are my world.
Morgan: Take your time.
Starr: My mom has an amazing voice. Seriously, if you heard her sing, she would make you cry. And I inherited a little bit of her talent. It actually got me the lead in my high school musical last year. I guess that really has nothing to do with this right now.
Morgan: No, this is absolutely relevant. Nurturing a childís talent is extremely important.
Starr: Huh. I had the worst time last year in school. Someone was making my life a living hell. I wanted to curl up and disappear. But then this gift that my mom had, that she had given to me -- that gift, it meant so much to me. I didnít feel like a loser anymore. I felt special because I -- being Blair Cramerís daughter made me feel special. And my dad, he -- he has had to work for every little thing in his life. Last year, he -- he got the death sentence, and I thought that I was never going to see him again. But then he came back. He came back to us because he loved us so much.
Starr: Talk about heroes -- huh. My parents are like super parents. Sure, they can get annoying, they check my homework and they grill my friends to make sure that they're not bad influences, but they make me feel better about myself. My mom and dad arenít perfect. And they make mistakes. But they donít deserve this. My dad doesnít deserve to have his son taken away from him, your honor! So, please, just let us take him home.
Morgan: Thank you for your words here today, Starr.
Marcie: Judy? Please go easy on her.
Judy: I am here to make sure you and Michael keep your son.
Judy: Ok, then, Starr. Just a few more questions and all this will be over, ok?
Talia: No, no, I -- I -- no. I do not have the hots for Antonio. I donít -- I donít really know where you got that idea from.
Layla: From the smoke signals you've been sending up for the last five minutes.
Talia: I've not been sending up smoke signals.
Layla: Hmm. Hey, I think itís great.
Layla: You're great, heís great. Two greats together make hot, hot, hot.
Talia: Donít! Look, I donít know how to get through to you, but I --
Layla: You mean get one over on me, right? Because now that I know, I know. And what you really want to know is what you should do about it.
Talia: Oh. Whew. Heís my boss. And heís still hung up on his ex-wife.
Layla: Heís a hottie. Heís single.
Talia: He thinks that I have a boyfriend named George!
Layla: So break up with the fake one and get with the real thing.
Talia: Uh --
Talia: I canít do that. I canít just show up to Capricorn and be, like, "Oh, me and -- we broke up." Itís, you know -- he'll see right through me, you know? He'll get me to talk, he'll ask me questions. I -- I canít. That --
Layla: Canít happen, yeah.
Talia: Layla? Tell me what to do.
Layla: Uh-uh. Thatís between you and the gods of chance. All I'll say is find out how long you can keep this up for.
Layla: And you better figure it out quick because you are late to meet Antonio.
Sarah: Ok, now I'm really ready, so where do you want me?
Antonio: Yeah, Cris. Where are you going to put her?
Cristian: Actually, we need to talk, Sarah, so --
Sarah: Wait, wait.
Cristian: Why donít you come over her
Sarah: Whoa. Is that my shirt? I have been looking everywhere for this.
Cristian: I found it under the couch.
Sarah: You washed it?
Cristian: It was covered in dust, Sarah.
Sarah: Uh, thatís so sweet. Thank you. One of us must've kicked it under there by accident.
Cristian: Or one of us must have shoved it under there when she couldnít cram it into that one suitcase she lives out of.
Sarah: I like my theory better.
Cristian: Whatever. We need to talk.
Sarah: Oh! Oh, wait -- hold that thought. Be right back. Sarah Roberts -- tell me something good.
Antonio: You washed her shirt?
Cristian: Shut up.
Judy: First, I wanted to say, you're very brave to take that seat and defend your parents here today. I'm not sure I would've been that brave at 14.
Starr: 15. And the brave stuff, I get from my parents.
Judy: Point taken. Tommyís adoptive mother, Mrs. McBain -- sheís one of your teachers at school. Correct?
Judy: You also babysat for her, right?
Judy: Having been to their home on several occasions, who would you characterize the McBains as parents?
Starr: Uh -- well -- I would say that they loved him.
Judy: Would you say Tommy is happy with them?
Starr: Well, thatís all he knows.
Judy: Your honor?
Judge: Please answer the question.
Starr: Yes, Tommy seemed happy with them.
Judy: Do you think he would be consistently happy living with your parents?
Starr: Of course he would.
Judy: Were you happy when you ran away from home in the spring of 2004?
Starr: Well, I -- I ran away to be with -- I donít know, maybe me and my parents had some problems.
Judy: "Some problems?" I guess you inherited your momís gift for understatement, too.
Judy: What happened the next time you tried to run away from home, this time with your boyfriend, Cole Thornhart?
Starr: We didnít end up leaving.
Judy: Why not?
Starr: Because, um, my dad came and he stopped us.
Judy: How did he stop you?
Starr: I'm sorry.
Judy: What did your father do?
Starr: He grabbed Cole.
Starr: Around the neck.
Judy: Choking him?
Judy: Excuse me?
Starr: I said yes!
Judy: You said earlier this year you were having a rough time at school. Someone was "making your life a living hell." Were you referring to a Britney Jennings?
Judy: Can you please tell the court about an incident at your school at last yearís Halloween party involving Ms. Jennings.
Judge: Ms. Manning, please answer the question.
Starr: She rigged this show to embarrass me about stuff that my dad did.
Judy: What stuff?
Todd: Judge? Listen, can we -- can we stop this now, please?
Blair: She is a child!
Judge: You should've considered that before you allowed her to take the stand. Now, sit. One more outburst and you're out of my courtroom.
Judy: What did Britney do?
Starr: She -- she made a slideshow telling the whole school that my dad raped someone.
Judy: And how did it feel to be known as the child of a rapist?
Starr: It was humiliating, but I never wished for another father!
Judy: You didnít, but Tommy might -- withdrawn. Done with this witness, your honor.
Starr: Are you --
Judge: This court will reconvene in 10 minutes.
[Judge pounds gavel]
Bailiff: A rise.
Todd: Hey --
Blair: Starr? Todd?
Todd: All right. I'll -- I'll take care of it.
Blair: Hey! You and me -- we're going to go at it.
Antonio: You know, uh, I mean, most people would think that Sarah left that shirt behind so that she could come back to your place.
Cristian: Yeah? Well, they'd be wrong.
Antonio: Well, you know, the -- the last thing I'm pushing for is a workplace romance. I mean, we -- the last thing we need is a sexual harassment suit.
Sarah: We need to talk.
Cristian: Thatís right, we do -- about your job.
Antonio: I'll be around.
Cristian: I'll see you later.
Cristian: Look, Sarah, you canít be showing up late like this.
Sarah: Yeah, yeah, yeah. Show up on time -- I get that. It wonít ever be a problem ever again -- guess why.
Sarah: Because I have officially been promoted. Tomorrow night at Capricorn, guess whoís going to light it up? Timbaland. Yeah -- Timbaland, because I am just that good!
Antonio: Hey, Talia? Uh -- George.
Antonio: Whereís the guy? Is he on his way?
Talia: Um -- so, the thing is, I, um -- I wasnít completely honest with you -- about George.
Markko: Look, I'm sorry --
Langston: I'm sorry I -- huh. You go first.
Markko: I didnít mean to get on your case before. And if thereís things that you don't want to talk about, I'll try to keep my mouth shut.
Langston: That means a lot to me. Really. Can we get out of here?
Dorian: I need to see you, right away.
Nora: He kept hedging, but he wasnít completely negative, right?
Bo: No. That means thereís reason to hope. Hey, you know what? When Matthew found out you were in town, he just about flipped. Um -- any chance you can come by, toss a ball around?
Will: Yeah -- no, of course. I'd -- I'd love to, yeah.
Nora: You know what, guys? I -- I have another case I need to check on, so I'll meet you back at Asaís.
Bo: Ok, sure.
Nora: Ok. I'll see you.
Nora: Hey, you. If you can hear me, we really need you to hurry up and get well, ok? Because Will is just -- heís really hurting and -- and Bo is having a hard time, too, and a t of us are. But if this is anything but the real McCoy, you better just fake your way back to reality really quick because if I find out that you are faking this, I'm going to hunt you down and make you wish that you were catatonic.
Cole: Come on, Starr. Let me take you home.
Starr: No, Cole. I canít leave them here like this.
Starr: Dad, I'm so sorry.
Todd: Oh, no --
Starr: You know I didnít mean to.
Todd: Hey, hey!
Starr: I tried my hardest!
Todd: No -- I know you did, I know you did. You did great. I'm so proud of you. Unfortunately, itís not over. I want you to keep believing in this, ok?
Starr: Of course I do.
Todd: Good. Would you mind taking her?
Cole: Oh, yes, sir.
Starr: I love you.
Todd: Love you, too.
Blair: I stabbed my own family in the back to spare you the kind of pain, to keep u from finding out about Tommy in some horrific way. What do you do? You sic your evil attorney on my daughter?
Marcie: No, I did not --
Blair: Yeah, you did!
Marcie: Want that to happen! I did not want that to happen, Blair! I am just trying to keep my son!
Michael: We are sorry, but we didnít ask for this -- honestly. What would you do?
Bailiff: All rise!
Judge: Order in the court. We are now back in session. Counselor Guthrie, please call your next witness.
Morgan: I call Dr. Michael McBain your honor.
Morgan: Dr. McBain, you've been previously sworn in. And at this time, the oath is still binding.
Michael: Yes, I understand.
Morgan: Good. You're a -- a surgical resident at Llanview Hospital. Is that correct?
Michael: That is correct.
Morgan: Yeah. About how many hours per week does that entail?
Michael: About 80.
Morgan: Uh-huh. Sounds like you're pretty busy.
Michael: I do ok.
Morgan: Howís the pay?
Michael: Average, right now. But I am a physician and I will be getting a considerable bump once I complete my residency. I'm perfectly capable of taking care of my wife and son, if thatís what you're getting at.
Morgan: "Your" son? Huh. Yeah, I'm curious -- can you please tell the court exactly how and at what point you found out that Todd Manning was Tommyís real father?
On the next "One Life to Live" --
Sarah: You think I'm lying?
Cristian: Through your teeth.
John: I got a problem and I need your help.
Morgan: When did you find out that Tommy was Todd Manningís biological son? Did you know the truth and conceal it?
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