Y&R Transcript Friday 7/12/02

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Brad: Polished off that roast beef sandwich in record time.

Nate: I was hungry.

Brad: Yeah, I'd say you were. Hey, we should be heading over to the game soon.

Nate: Um, can I get some dessert?

Brad: Yeah. Yeah, sure. What do you want?

Nate: Apple pie.

Brad: Anything else?

Nate: No, that's all. Could you go and order it for me, because I have to use the restroom?

Brad: Sure. You got it, pal.

Nate: Thanks.

Neil: Yeah, that's right. The Olive Tree. It's Second -- Third Street and Algonquin. Yeah, how long before a cab gets here? That's okay. That's fine. Thanks.

Serena: You sure you want to do this?

Neil: Huh?

Serena: You're still planning on seeing your nephew, right?

Neil: Yeah, of course I am.

Serena: You know, you look like hell.

Neil: Yeah, you look pretty raggedy yourself.

Serena: I'm just sayin', you know, considering your plans and the shape you're in.

Neil: Well, I must tell you that I feel a lot better since I've had something to eat. Thank you very much.

Serena: Whatever you say.

[Cell phone rings]

Neil: Hello?

Nate: Hi, Uncle Neil. It's me.

Neil: Hey, Nate. Where are you?

Nate: I'm at the diner. You're still coming, aren't you?

Neil: Yeah. Yeah, I'm coming.

Nate: You promise?

Neil: Yeah, kid, I promise. I'll be there. I'll be there soon, okay?

Nate: Thanks, Uncle Neil.

Neil: Sure. Bye.

Serena: I hope you know what you're doing.

Mackenzie: Knock, knock.

Billy: Hey.

Mackenzie: Feel like some company?

Billy: Are you kidding me? I've never been so bored in my life.

Mackenzie: Well, must mean you're feeling better.

Billy: Thank you. I am feeling better. A lot.

Mackenzie: Well, that's good.

Billy: Not according to the doctors. They want me to stay here another day.

Mackenzie: I am so glad you're gonna be okay, Billy.

Billy: Well, it takes a little more than a conk on the head to get me down. How are you doing?

Mackenzie: I'm fine.

Billy: I wouldn't be surprised if you weren't.

Mackenzie: Let's not dwell on it, okay, Billy?

Billy: Look, Mac, all I'm saying is --

Mackenzie: I mean, I wasn't even hurt. Not like Grandma and you.

Billy: Not physically, no. But, I mean, everything that happened -- it was a lot for you to deal with and -- how are you dealing with it, Mac?

Katherine: Well, this is certainly a pleasant surprise.

Larry: I thought I would stop by and see how you and Mac were doing.

Katherine: Mackenzie is visiting Billy at the hospital.

Larry: Well, then, how are you?

Katherine: Well, all things considered, remarkably well. Would you care for something to drink or --?

Larry: Yeah, water would be fine. Thanks.

Katherine: Oh, yes. Yes. Well, my brush with death certainly left me wiser and, God knows, more appreciative of life.

Larry: And that's a good thing, huh?

Katherine: Yes, indeed it is. Oh, I'm sorry.

Larry: Thank you.

Katherine: I imagine you're in a great deal of pain, however.

Larry: Yeah. It's mainly some cuts and scrapes. It could have been a lot worse, but I'll be fine.

Katherine: That's not what I'm talking about. You lost something very precious.

Larry: If you're talking about Mandy, you can't lose something you never had.

Katherine: No. What you felt was here. And you had that. God, I hope it's not going to discourage you about love.

Larry: Actually, I was thinking about checking into one of those monastery places and just chucking it all in, shaving my head. Anyway, when I made it home, I did some thinking and I decided not to throw in the towel.

Katherine: I'm glad. That would have been a regrettable mistake.

Larry: Truth is, I kind of liked the way that I felt, you know, with Mandy. It was something new for me.

Katherine: Well, you know, at first if you don't succeed --

Larry: Then skydiving's not for you.

[Katherine laughs]

Katherine: Oh, no. No, it isn't.

Larry: Anyway, we shouldn't worry about me so much. I mean, what Mandy put you and Mac through is a whole lot worse. Mac thought that she had a mom she could trust. And you let this woman into your house, your home.

Katherine: We all suffered. We all suffered. But she's gone now.

Larry: Yeah. I know it's gonna take Mac some time to get over it.

Katherine: Oh, yes, she's going to need some time. But soon she's going to be going to college and all those new experiences. That should take her mind off her mother.

Larry: You know, you're really gonna miss that kid, aren't you?

Katherine: Yes, terribly. Well, that's how it works, you know. Children leave. Grandchildren also. Do you know what? I just had a brilliant idea.

Larry: What's that?

Katherine: Well, you're looking for something new, a new start, right? A fresh approach to life?

Larry: Yeah, always.

Katherine: Why don't you come here and live?

Nick: Nice, big backswing. Nice! Sergio Garcia's has nothin' on you. Here, take another one. Fore! Fore! Can I get a ruling on that?

Miguel: Here you go, Nicholas. Is this gonna be enough?

Nick: It should be. Although, Noah said he could eat a dozen of them.

Miguel: Really?

Nick: Yeah. Here, let's trade. You go here.

Miguel: All right.

Nick: Make him keep his head down.

Miguel: Come on, Noah, give me a lesson.

Nick: Hello. Having fun?

Sharon: Sure am.

Nick: All right.

Sharon: Anything I can do to help?

Nick: No, I think I got it covered. It's a small deal for the family -- and Diego. But more and more, he's seeming like family every day.

Victoria: Hi! Look at you with your golf clubs. Hey, there. Someone told me there was a party around here.

Nick: Yeah, hey, sis. We're really tearin' up the joint.

Neil: What?

Serena: Can I say one more thing?

Neil: Young lady, it's "may I," and could I stop you?

Serena: I know you want to see your nephew real bad. And I realize that you promised him that you would go to this ball game. But if you are too strung out --

Neil: No, I'm not! I'm not strung out.

Serena: Will you let me finish?

Neil: No, I'm not gonna let you finish, okay? I'm not gonna do anything stupid. I may not be a hundred percent, but I can damn well fake it for a couple of hours. And as long as we're having this little stupid conversation, I appreciate you running out and getting me this cheese sandwich and a coffee. It's a nice gesture, but my mother, you ain't. You got that?

Serena: Yeah, I got that.

Cabbie: Somebody here call for a cab?

Neil: I did.

Cabbie: I'm right outside. The meter's runnin'.

Neil: Yeah. You know -- I never paid you.

Serena: Don't worry about it.

Neil: No. I gotta give you something here.

Serena: Fine. So give it to me.

Colleen: Hey, J.T., what do you think?

J.T.: About?

Colleen: My new top. It's on sale. Does it look okay on me?

J.T.: It's a little small, isn't it?

Colleen: You think?

J.T.: Hey, if you like it, it's cool with me.

Brittany: Why are you encouraging her?

J.T.: Who?

Brittany: What do you mean "who?" Colleen.

J.T.: She asked my opinion.

Brittany: Oh, please. Who knew she had so much skin?

J.T.: Brittany, she's a kid. What's on your dirty mind?

Brittany: That's what I was going to ask you.

Erica: Ooh, lookin' hot, girl.

Colleen: Really?

Erica: Definitely. You are workin' it.

J.T.: Hey, so we're still on for tonight, right?

Erica: What's tonight?

J.T.: I told you -- the keg party in the park.

Erica: Oh, yeah, right. I'm in.

Brittany: Me, too.

Colleen: Well, I'll definitely be there.

Erica: And who invited you, little one?

Colleen: I'm not saying I want to drink. It just sounds like fun.

J.T.: It's a free country, isn't it?

Nick: Whatcha thinking about?

Sharon: When those burgers will be ready.

Nick: Oh, hungry?

Sharon: Uh-huh. Starved.

Nick: Well, maybe this will hold you over. It did, didn't it?

Sharon: Mmm-hmm.

Diego: Sharon --

Cassie: Mom, did we scare you?

Sharon: No, sweetie. I have a lot on my mind.

Victoria: Hi.

Diego: Hey, yourself.

Nick: So, squirt, how was your ride?

Cassie: Great. Me and Diego went on almost all the trails.

Diego: I'm totally exhausted.

Nick: Now that's my girl.

Cassie: Mom, did you bring my swimsuit from the house?

Sharon: Mmm-hmm. It's in the guest bathroom, sweetie.

Cassie: I'm gonna change, okay?

Victoria: That's a good idea. I'll come with you.

Nick: Oh, man!

Sharon: What? What's wrong?

Nick: I forgot the salads out at our place.

Sharon: Oh, that's okay. You know what? I'll go get them.

Nick: All right, cool. Hey, Diego, the bowls are kind of big. Would you mind giving Sharon a hand?

Diego: No, of course not.

Nick: Thanks. I gotta take care of this, so appreciate it.

Mackenzie: Billy, I'm fine. Really.

Billy: Mac, come on. This is me you're talking to. Now, you can tell me anything.

Mackenzie: You think you know someone, that you can trust them. And to find out that my own mother betrayed me again -- it really hurts, Billy. Years ago, when Mom took Ralph's word over mine, I told myself she didn't know what kind of person he really was. This time, she did. And she still protected him. She let him hurt me, and the people that I love. To me, that's unforgivable.

Billy: She can't hurt you anymore. Not ever again.

Mackenzie: When we were out by the lake with Ralph, Billy, I was so scared. Oh, God. Just thank God you're okay. And thank God we found our way back to each other before this happened. I couldn't have made it through this without you.

Jill: The website looks great.

Paul: Well, the day's gone pretty well so far.

John: Good. Thanks to our four young stars.

Jill: Yes. We want to thank you for being so cooperative.

John: And we know it hasn't been easy, you know, dealing with all these last-minute changes.

Raul: Hey, that's showbiz. We gotta roll with the punches, right?

Jill: Well, it's obvious you're doing that. We appreciate you making the first day of the campaign go so smoothly.

J.T.: No sweat, Mrs. Abbott.

Erica: Yeah, I mean, we're just making the most out of the opportunities you're giving us.

Jill: Good girl.

Brittany: So are Billy and Mac out for the summer?

Jill: Yes.

John: Well, now actually, I haven't talked to them about that yet. You know, they're going to take a few days, and we'll see how they feel. Maybe they'll change their minds.

Jill: I thought we discussed that. Anyway, isn't that a decision for the board to make?

John: Is there a problem?

Jill: No, no. You know, it's been a really long day. I think I'll go home now. Bye, everyone.

Raul: See you, Ms. Abbott.

Erica: Bye.

Colleen: Hi, Jill.

Jill: Hello.

Colleen: Hi, Granddad. Is something wrong?

John: Yeah, Colleen. Isn't that a bit revealing, that top?

Sharon: All right, I guess that's it.

Diego: Sharon, before we go back up to the pool, could we talk? Just for a minute.

Sharon: Okay.

Diego: This isn't getting any easier for you, is it?

Sharon: Honestly? I wish that Nicholas would have never suggested this get-together.

Diego: We just gotta go along with it. I mean, if your husband wouldn't have come up with this idea, Victoria would have.

Sharon: You still think we're right about her?

Diego: Well, she's suddenly acting so friendly? I think she's just trying to tempt me, Sharon -- lure me away from you. But there's no point in her doing this unless you see me take the bait. Then maybe Victoria will realize it doesn't faze you.

Sharon: And then she'll stop being so suspicious?

Diego: Yeah. I think it's worth a shot, don't you?

Sharon: I don't know. I mean, I don't know how far Victoria's willing to take this.

Diego: Well, hey, if things with Victoria go farther than intended, I mean, if she's really interested in me, there's no harm done, right? I mean, she's a good-looking woman. I'm not spoken for.

Sharon: That's true.

Diego: So, we're clear on what we have to do then?

Sharon: I guess.

Diego: Good. You know what? We should get back up there.

Brad: You know, we really better get on the move here, pal.

Nate: I'm almost done.

Brad: You keep on looking over at that door. Are you expecting someone?

Nate: Uncle Neil, over here!

Neil: Hey, how are you, man? It's really good to see you, brother. Really good to see you. How are you doing, Brad?

Brad: Neil.

Nate: Come on, Uncle Neil, sit down.

Neil: Thanks. Don't mind if I do. So, you're eating some apple pie I see, huh?

Nate: Yeah. You want some?

Neil: Oh, no, thanks. No. I'm really not that hungry. But you should hurry up and finish, 'cause the ball game starts pretty soon, right?

Nate: I'm so happy you're coming with us.

Neil: Oh, so am I. So am I.

Al: Hi, can I get you something?

Neil: Um, some coffee would be good. Thanks.

Brad: I think we have a little bit of a problem.

Neil: What's wrong?

Brad: I didn't know you were coming.

Neil: You didn't?

Brad: No one told me.

Victoria: Where'd everyone go?

Nick: Miguel and the kids are in the kitchen, and Diego and Sharon are down at our place.

Victoria: They are?

Nick: Yeah. Miss him already, don't you?

Victoria: Cut it out.

Nick: You really should get one of these. They're hot. That's what I'm talking about.

Diego: We're back.

Nick: All right. Took you long enough.

Diego: Tough day at the office?

Victoria: Oh, not too bad.

Diego: Must be intense running a big company.

Victoria: I have lots of help.

Diego: You know, that was really great taking a swim this morning. It's been awhile since I've been in the water.

Victoria: You're a good swimmer. Dart back and forth like a fish.

Diego: Yeah, I see you stuck to your dog paddle.

Victoria: Yeah. I'm not a big fan of the water, really.

Diego: You know, you should really learn how to swim.

Victoria: Are you offering?

Diego: Well, actually -- yeah. I think I could teach you a thing or two.

Victoria: Really? Well, what would be learned first?

Diego: I don't know. Maybe --

Nick: Things seem to be going well for them, huh? That's cool.

[Victoria laughing]

Diego: You know, I've never seen you laugh before.

Victoria: Well, I do laugh. I laugh often. You're just gonna have to keep amusing me.

Colleen: You don't like my new halter top?

John: Oh, I think it's a little snug.

Colleen: Relax, Granddad. It's just the style.

John: I see. Well, why don't I take you and your "style" home?

Colleen: Everybody's going out after work. I was hoping I could join them.

John: And where are they going?

Colleen: Carey Park.

John: That's quite a ways from here. Who's going to be there?

Colleen: Just kids.

John: Mmm-hmm. Older kids?

Colleen: Well --

John: I don't think so, honey.

Colleen: Please, Granddad?

John: No, no, no. I'm sorry, but the answer is no. Now you go get your bag and we're going home.

Colleen: Looks like I won't be able to make it tonight.

J.T.: What?

Colleen: The party.

J.T.: Oh. Oh, hey, that's too bad.

Colleen: See you later.

J.T.: Yeah, see you. You ready to go?

Erica: All set.

J.T.: Are you guys coming?

Brittany: Yes.

Raul: Not quite yet.

J.T.: We're gonna be in the car. And if you're not there in five minutes, we're leaving you. Come on.

Larry: Did I hear you right? You want me to come and live here?

Katherine: Well, it could be good for both of us.

Larry: Mrs. Chancellor --

Katherine: Katherine. Yes, call me Katherine. Don't you think this is a nice place?

Larry: No. No, "nice" would be two bedrooms and a front lawn. This place you have here is something else.

Katherine: Well there are two apartments over the garage. Of course, my chauffeur lives in one. The other is empty. But you would have an abundance of privacy.

Larry: You're being way, way too generous.

Katherine: Well, I'm not doing this purely out of the goodness of my heart. I mean, after all that has happened, I would feel much safer with a man like you around.

Larry: Well, I couldn't stay here, not for free.

Katherine: Well, I'm sure we could work out some sort of an arrangement.

Larry: Unfortunately, I couldn't pay you a whole lot, either.

Katherine: Do you know what? I could use a good part-time mechanic. Yes, in exchange for room and board, you know. And you could just work on my cars.

Larry: Well, how many are we talking? Two, maybe three?

Katherine: 16. Yeah, 16.

Larry: 16?

Katherine: Yes.

Larry: Oh. That sounds like a full-time gig to me.

Katherine: Oh, well, they're all in excellent condition. You wouldn't have to work that much. I mean, I'm sure that I could use a man of your expertise on my cars.

Larry: Well, this would be one swanky place to call home for awhile.

Katherine: I see. Well, now does that mean that you accept?

Larry: What the heck? Miss Katherine, you have yourself a mechanic.

Katherine: All right. I think you're going to be very happy living here.

Larry: I don't see how I couldn't be.

[Door closes]

Katherine: Jill?

Jill: Not now, Katherine.

Katherine: Yes, yes. I have some news I think you would be interested in hearing please.

Jill: What is it?

Katherine: I've invited someone to live here on the estate.

Jill: Who?!

Katherine: Mr. Warton.

Neil: So, Nate, you didn't tell anyone that you invited me to the ball game?

Nate: No.

Neil: Why not?

Nate: Because I wanted to see you.

Brad: You should have said something, Nate.

Nate: What's the big deal? He's my uncle.

Brad: Can I speak to you for a moment, privately, please?

Neil: Yeah, sure. Hey, Nate, why don't you go get another scoop of ice cream for the apple pie. I might even have a bite of it, okay? Come on. There you go, buddy. Thanks. Thanks.

Brad: You do realize I'm in an awkward position here.

Neil: What, you thought it was just going to be the two of you?

Brad: I'm sorry Nate lied to you.

Neil: Well, I'm not.

Brad: You're not?

Neil: Brad, I've been dying to spend time with that kid for a long time now.

Brad: You know how Olivia feels about that.

Neil: Okay, what's next? Are you gonna ask me to leave?

Brad: I'm gonna have to call Olivia and see what she has to say.

Neil: Oh, come on. You don't have to call the kid's mother. It's just a ball game. What are you afraid's gonna happen?

Brad: I'm not afraid of anything. But I want to call Olivia to see how she feels --

Nate: Come on, you guys. Let's go before we miss batting practice.

Neil: Yeah, why don't we go before we miss batting practice?

Brad: Hang on a second, Nate. I have to call your mom.

Mackenzie: I got you some more ice. I can't have you getting thirsty.

Billy: Thank you. You know, Raul was here earlier.

Mackenzie: Oh, yeah? Anything new with him?

Billy: I guess he's back with Brittany.

Mackenzie: Really?

Billy: Yeah, not only that, but -- well, I guess they've taken things to the next level.

Mackenzie: What do you mean?

Billy: What do you think I mean?

Mackenzie: Oh.

Brittany: Obviously, you have something you want to say to me.

Raul: I just wanted to be together with you tonight.

Brittany: We will be together.

Raul: I mean alone together. I'd rather do that than go to some stupid kegger, wouldn't you?

Brittany: Why don't we make an appearance at the party, and then we can go off by ourselves?

Raul: I just don't get it. Why do you want to go to this thing so bad? It's just a bunch of people getting drunk.

Brittany: That's not all it's about.

Raul: What else?

Brittany: It's about having a good time with some friends. Hey, aren't you the guy that said you wanted to change, you were tired of being Mr. Perfect? And what about me? I'm not gonna stop doing all those things that I used to before we started to hang out together. I like to go to parties. I have fun. And I don't get totally wasted. What do you say?

Raul: Fine.

Brittany: You'll go?

Raul: Yes.

Brittany: Cool. Let's hurry before J.T. leaves.

Jill: What?! Mr. Warton is going to be living here?

Katherine: I have asked him to be my part-time mechanic.

Jill: What, you can't have him work on your fleet and still sleep in his own bed?

Katherine: I want him here.

Jill: This is nothing personal, all right? Where is he going to be staying?

Katherine: In the apartment over the garage.

Jill: I get it. I get it. You think I don't know what you're doing? Amanda has flown the coop, so now you're bringing somebody else, moving them here into my house --

Katherine: That is ridiculous, Jill!

Jill: Is it?!

Katherine: Yes! Not everything is about you!

Larry: Could I say something here?

Jill: What?

Larry: I don't know where you're getting this attitude from, but Mrs. C. is just trying to do me a favor, and also have a man around the place.

Jill: Oh, I'm sure she is.

Katherine: What's that supposed to mean?

Jill: Let me just give you a word of advice here, okay? This woman has a history. I'd just make very sure she's not moving you out here for stud service, okay?

Larry: Whoa, whoa, whoa, time out, Jill. I thought we'd gotten past this. I mean, was I imagining things, or did we have a real nice dinner last night?

Katherine: Dinner? Is this the "friend" that you mentioned earlier?

Larry: Yeah.

Katherine: Oh, well, that is fascinating.

Jill: Oh, just get your mind out of the gutter, will you? It was a one-time meal. That's all. The man just saved my son, all right?

Katherine: Mr. Warton, if you'll excuse me, I'm going to speak to Esther about putting fresh linens in your quarters, and Robert will give you the key. You feel free to inspect your accommodations at any time.

Larry: Thank you again.

Katherine: You're welcome.

Jill: You really don't want to live here.

Larry: Why not? Oh, okay. Don't worry, Jill, all right? I'll do everything that I can to stay out of your way. As a matter of fact, I think I'm gonna go and check out my new digs.

J.T.: Check it out. Is this sweet or what? Hey, there's Robert. Let's go get a beer and go talk to Robert.

Raul: Hey, you want to dance?

Brittany: Yeah, in a minute. I just want to grab a beer first.

Raul: Okay. Hey, grab me a diet soda, will you?

Brittany: Soda? Huh-uh, Gutierrez. You're having a beer with me.

Raul: I don't want a beer. Hey, look, Brittany, if you want one, go right ahead. I'm not passing judgment.

Brittany: Yes, you are. You standing here holding a can of soda when everybody else is drinking beer is making a big, fat statement.

Raul: Brittany, come on, please.

Brittany: Why are you so anti-drinking?

Raul: I'm not, okay? I just have never really been into it.

Brittany: Look, it's only a couple of beers. It's not that big of a deal. You might surprise yourself and have fun.

Raul: You know what? You're right. Why not, hmm? Let's go give it a shot.

Brittany: Now you're talking.

Raul: To new experiences.

Brittany: To new experiences.

Juice: So what's up with you and Winters?

Serena: You know his name?

Juice: I know him.

Serena: How would you know a guy like that?

Juice: It's been a while.

Serena: How long is "a while"?

Juice: 'Bout ten years. See, I once had this girl, and her name was Drucilla. And your friend put all these ideas in her head, and then he stole her from me.

Serena: So? You never had trouble getting women. Easy come, easy go, right?

Juice: No, no, no. See, Drucilla -- she was different.

Serena: Juice, don't go causing trouble.

Juice: Now would I do something like that?

Serena: I mean it! Neil is going through enough now. So whatever you're thinkin', stop thinkin' it!

Juice: Or else what?

Neil: Okay, there's 5, 10, there's 25. Now you get my change, okay, and then you come back. I can take care of my own nephew.

Brad: I see. All right. All right, thanks for your help.

Neil: Olivia's in surgery?

Brad: For at least another hour.

Neil: Listen, Brad, I really think you're making way too big of a deal out of this, you know? We're just three guys going to a baseball game and that's all. You can tell how much he wants to hang out with me. Come on, man. I would never cause you any trouble. I just wouldn't do that. I just wanna spend some time with the boy. That's all. Give me a break.

Nate: Did you talk to my mom?

Brad: She's gonna be tied up in surgery for at least another hour.

Nate: The game's gonna be starting soon. I know Mom wouldn't mind if Uncle Neil came with us. It's okay, isn't it, Brad?

Brad: Yeah. Yeah, it's okay.

Nate: Cool! Uncle Neil, I'm gonna ride with you.

Neil: Um -- you know, on second thought, why don't we take Brad's car?

Nate: Okay. I'll meet both of you guys outside.

Neil: Cool.

Brad: Do not put me in this position again.

Nick: Remember, sis, save some for everybody else.

Victoria: That's real nice.

Nick: What's up, troops? I'm done, so I can eat with you guys. How's the hamburgers?

Cassie: Delicious.

Nick: How about you, little man?

Noah: Mmm-hmm.

Nick: That's right. He loves them.

Sharon: How was camp today, sweetie?

Cassie: It was okay.

Sharon: Just okay?

Cassie: Well, one of my friend's parents are getting a divorce. I felt bad for her. But it also made me happy, because it reminded me of how lucky I am that you and Daddy are back together. Is that bad?

Nick: No, sweetheart. We're glad you're happy.

Noah: Mommy, I need more ketchup.

Cassie: Oh, Noah, come on. I'll take you.

Nick: You know, I feel the same way Cassie does. I'm just so happy, I could burst.

Sharon: I feel the same, too.

[Chatter in the background]

Nick: I think it's contagious.

Victoria: Like this?

Diego: Yeah.

Victoria: Don't you think that's a little silly? Shouldn't we be in the pool?

Nick: Sharon, what's wrong?

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