Tuesday Y&R Transcript 9/28/04

Y&R Transcript Tuesday 9/28/04--Canada; Wednesday 9/29/04--USA


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Brittany: What are my parents doing here?

Mac: Looks like they're getting some coffee.

Brittany: But they never come here. Bobby, come on. Let's go.

Bobby: Unh-unh. I'm not going anywhere. Listen, this charade of yours has gone on long enough. Your parents are gonna find out that we're engaged, and it might as well be tonight.

Brittany: Mac, switch places with me.

Mac: But--

Brittany: Just do it, okay?

Anita: Thank you.

Frederick: Thank you. Do we really have to do this tonight?

Anita: You already asked me that, and the answer is still yes. Our daughter is getting married Frederick, our only daughter. I mean, don't you wanna help plan the wedding?

Frederick: Well, of course I do. But it's late, sweetheart. I'm not sure J.T. and Brittany are gonna appreciate us dropping by unannounced.

Anita: Well, if it makes you feel any better, we can call from the car. Come on. Their apartment is right around the corner. We can just-- look, it's J.T. and Brittany. They're here.

Frederick: Marsino's with them.

Anita: Yeah, well, try to control yourself, sweetheart. Sweetheart.

Brittany: Hi, Mom.

Anita: J.T, hi.

J.T.: Hey. How you doing?

Anita: This is a-- this is a coincidence. We were just on our way over to see you. Hello, Mackenzie. Mr. Marsino, we meet again.

Bobby: Yeah.


Gloria: Gosh, John, did I offend? I sure hope not.

John: Oh, of course not. I mean, after all, we were talking about sex, the prevalence of teenage sex.

Gloria: Yeah, but maybe I got a little too specific, asking about sex between... people like us.

John: Oh, Gloria, listen, you know, sooner or later, when a man and woman have strong feelings for one another and they aren't otherwise attached, things do happen.

Gloria: So you do have strong feelings?

John: Maybe.

Gloria: But then I screwed it up, didn't I? I mean, usually it's the man who says, "hey, how about it, you and me?"

John: No, that's the least of my concerns.

Gloria: So you do have concerns?

John: Oh, goodness. All right. Let's start all over again. I have strong feelings for you. I think you're beautiful, full of life and refreshingly direct.

Gloria: Which means I spend half my life with my foot in my mouth.

John: No, no. It means you are delightful. Now look, if you want to talk about sex, that's fine. But just know, you can only talk about sex so long, and then there comes a time for action.


Kay: Well, we're a jolly couple, are we not?

Jill: Oh. I'm sorry. I was just thinking.

Kay: About...?

Jill: Mm.

Kay: Come on, Jill. Share, for heaven's sakes. That's why mothers and daughters dine out together, so they can talk about themselves and their lives.

Jill: Okay. Okay. It's about Elliot.

Kay: You know, you haven't said much about our Mr. Hampton. You were out of town a few days. Uh, I assumed it was not on business.

Jill: No, it wasn't business. We had a... a very romantic getaway.

Kay: Well, that's very good then.

Jill: Too good.

Kay: Oh, how could that be?


Elliot: Thank you.

Elliot: Mr. Abbott.

Jack: Call me Jack.

Elliot: I appreciate your coming. What'll you have?

Jack: Why don't you tell me what's on your mind first? I strongly suspect this has to do with Jill, and if you're trying to sell me a picture of yourself as her knight in shining armor, this meeting may not last long enough for a drink.


Sharon: Nick, good. I'm glad you're still here. Um, listen... we have to talk. Do you have a minute?

Nick: Of course. What's up?

Sharon: Well, um, I know that I'm taking a risk getting into this with you, but we've just gotten into so much trouble in the past, not being honest with each other, so that's what I have to do.

Nick: Babe, there's nothing we can't talk about. You should know that by now.

Sharon: I know, I should. Still, it's just not easy sometimes, opening up, especially when I don't really know how to put it into words.

Nick: All right. Well, why don't you just try? Maybe it's not as hard as you think.

Sharon: Okay. Remember what I said the other night at the coffeehouse?

Nick: Uh, you kinda touched on the edges of something.

Sharon: Because I didn't know what it was. But I'm just feeling...

Nick: Discontent?

Sharon: No. That's too strong. I just feel like I'm not satisfied with myself, you know, with my life. I don't know. I just have this really strange need for excitement. And I can't explain it.


Nikki: Angelo, can I have a club soda?

Angelo: Sure thing. So you're on your own tonight, huh, Nikki?

Nikki: Yeah, looks like it.

Angelo: You know, that's the first time Bobby's taken a night off in ages.

Nikki: What, are you worried? You think I can't handle it?

Angelo: You kidding me? You're doin' great. Cheers. It takes one hell of a woman to get Bobby to let somebody else run this place.

Nikki: Hmm. Well, thank you.

Angelo: Mm-hmm.

Nikki: We're gonna have a great night. I'm gonna check on Christy backstage. Hey. Your table's right-- right over there. Be right there.


Ashley: Are you done yet?

Brad: Honey, I told you I was gonna be awhile.

Ashley: You also said you were almost done.

Brad: I am. Just give me a couple more minutes. Abby's with Frances, right?

Ashley: Yeah. I just thought on the way home we would stop and get a pizza and watch one of Abbyís videos and have a little family night.

Brad: Well, that'd be great. Nothing I'd rather do than spend time with our little girl.

Ashley: You're gonna have a chance to do that tomorrow, too.

Brad: Yeah, about that. We're gonna have to take a rain check on our family day at the ranch. I have a last-minute trip to Cleveland.

Ashley: Can't you reschedule?

Brad: No, I'm afraid not.

Ashley: Brad, you promised Abby. She's looking forward to this.

Brad: Yeah, we'll do it another time, just not tomorrow.

Ashley: You gave her your word, Brad. She's gonna be really disappointed. Can't you find some way to reschedule this meeting, please?


Nikki: Everything good?

Man: Hey, Nicole, why don't you come sit on my lap?

Nikki: Oh, well, my heels are rather high, but I don't need to sit down quite yet. You save that for your wife.

Man: I don't have a wife.

Nikki: Keep looking. She's out there waiting for you.

Audience: (Cheering and applauding)

Nikki: All right! Okay, now settle down. Our next wonderful dancer is about to come out. So show your appreciation for... our belle of the south. Direct from a sold-out engagement in Tallahassee--Christy.

Audience: (Cheering and whistling)


Nick: I can't say I'm all that surprised.

Sharon: What do you mean?

Nick: Well, you've been different lately. I can't quite put my finger on it, but it's understandable for a lot of reasons.

Sharon: It is?

Nick: For one thing, the kids are growing up. You feel like they don't need you the same way anymore.

Sharon: I don't know if it's that. It--it's deeper.

Nick: Babe... what are you telling me? That you're growing bored with our marriage?

Sharon: No. Of course not. I'm still trying to understand these feelings myself.

Nick: That doesn't really tell me anything.

Sharon: Well, I don't know that there really is anything to tell. I mean, I'm going through something, and it's giving me these weird feelings.

Nick: What kind of feelings?

Sharon: Well, the other night, I did something that I never thought I would do.

Sharon: I went to a strip club.

Nick: You did what?

Sharon: (Giggles) it was the grand reopening of Marilynís, that club that used to be called Marsinoís.

Nick: And you went there by yourself?

Sharon: I know it seems like a strange thing to do, but, Nick, when I got there and I watched the dancers and how they moved and how the people looked at them--especially this one girl Marilyn, the one who the club is named after--she...

Nick: She what?

Sharon: You know, you might know her. She's the one that had that accident where she had her face burned there. She comes into the coffeehouse a lot.

Nick: Yeah, Brittany Hodges.

Sharon: I... was just so intrigued, watching her dance.

Nick: You mean watching her take her clothes off.

Sharon: Well, it was more than just that. It was the power she had over that whole room full of people. It was amazing, and I really felt something.

Nick: So what are you telling me, that you want to be a stripper in that club? This is the kind of excitement you're looking for?


Elliot: (Whistles) telling me I'm not good enough for Jill, that's a pretty aggressive way to start a conversation, don't you think, Jack?

Jack: Well, Elliot, I thought I'd get all my cards right on the table.

Elliot: And your cards are what?

Jack: Aces and kings. Jill and I go way back. What I think carries a lot of weight with her.

Elliot: Which is exactly why I wanted to talk to you. Jill hasn't said it in so many words, but I get the distinct impression that you've been feeding into the idea that my intentions are questionable.

Jill: I just, um, I have certain trust issues with Elliot.

Kay: Trust issues involving chancellor industries?

Jill: Well yes, that is a big part of it.

Kay: Well, the company's doing very well under Elliotís guidance.

Jill: Yeah, as far as you know.

Kay: Jill, need we look any further, for heaven sakes? I mean, you know the old saying, if it ain't broke, donít...


Jack: Questionable intentions. Well, I wasn't aware that that impression needed much feeding. I've looked at the way you've compensated yourself at Chancellor Industries-- the extra perks, the goodies you've afforded yourself. Seems to me the facts speak for themselves.

Elliot: Jack, I understand the conclusions that you've drawn from the documentation that I provided, but I can't help thinking that you're reaction is about something more than dollars and cents.

Jack: Like what?

Elliot: Like maybe your feelings for Jill.

Jack: If you're asking, do I care a great deal about the lady? The answer is yes. We have a special relationship. Beyond that-- well, beyond that, it's none of your business.

Elliot: A special relationship that feels threatened when another man comes on the scene?

Jack: You think I'm jealous of you?

Elliot: Yeah, I do.

Jill: It's just that Elliot came on so strong, so fast.

Kay: How so?

Jill: Well, you know, there's a certain type of man-- I mean, he has money, and he's maybe a little older, good-looking, savoir faire. You know the kind of female companion they like on their arm.

Kay: Wait a minute. Now you just wait one minute. If you are talking about not being one of those bouncy, blonde trophy girlfriends...

Jill: (Snickers)

Kay: Oh, stop it. Elliot's probably been down that road more than a dozen times. And he found himself bored to tears, I'm sure of it. I mean, my God, you speak his language. You are someone that he could tell himself he would like to spend time with. And that is all that matters at the end of the day all that matters. When I see one of those other men putting up with some chattering bimbo, high hopes that her youth will rub off on him... I feel nothing but--but pity.

Jill: Thanks, Mother. That was really nice. I don't know that it's changed anything, but it was nice.


Anita: So I was talking to Eliza Cantrell this morning, and do you remember her daughter Tracy, the one who got married last June?

Brittany: Mm. Mm-hmm.

Anita: Your father and I went to the wedding, and it was absolutely spectacular. So I was asking her the name of the wedding planner. She was--

Brittany: Mom, Mom, this is all great. Really, I appreciate it. But could we do it another time?

Frederick: Yeah.

Anita: Honey, you said you wanted to get married in November. You do realize that's right around the corner? We have to get moving on this.

Brittany: Yeah, I know, and we will. But do we have to do it right this minute?

Anita: Oh. Maybe Mackenzie and Mr. Marsino have someplace they could go, that way your father and I could continue to talk to you and J.T. alone.

Brittany: You're being rude, Mother.

Anita: Oh, I-- I didn't mean to. I-I just was saying--

Bobby: You were just saying that maybe we should leave.

Frederick: Sounds good to me.

Brittany: Daddy.

Frederick: What? I'm sure Mr. Marsino has better things to do. Don't you, Bobby?

Bobby: Actually, you know what? My schedule's wide open tonight.

Frederick: Really?

Bobby: Mm-hmm.

Frederick: I kinda thought maybe you'd be down at the university, trolling for some young dancers for your club. That is the age you like 'em, isn't it?

Brittany: (Sighs) could we please not do this?

Anita: I agree. I-- we can just get back to talking about the wedding plans. Mackenzie, Bobby, if you would like to stay, that'd be fine. Sweetheart, what do you think about the reception? What about the Ambassador Ballroom at the Genoa City Hotel? You know what? I called. It's available.

Brittany: Uh, I'm really not sure.

Anita: Well, do you have something else in mind?

Brittany: No, it's not that. It--I--

Anita: What about you, J.T.?

J.T.: Me?

Anita: Yeah. I mean, you know, it's your wedding, too. Do you have any preferences or anything?

J.T.: Um, I--

Brittany: J.T. doesnít really care about stuff like that.

J.T.: Don't care about...

Anita: What about your parents? Do you think they'd want to be involved? What am I saying? Of course they'd want to be involved.

Bobby: You know what? All right. I can't do this anymore.

Anita: Excuse me?

Frederick: Is there a problem, Mr. Marsino?

Bobby: Yeah, there's a problem. All this marriage talk is a joke.

Anita: Well, it really doesn't concern you, now does it?

Bobby: Well, that's where you're wrong, Mrs. Hodges. This concerns me big time.

Brittany: Bobby, donít.

Anita: Brittany, wh-- what is he talking about?


John: Ah, here we go. Decaf for two.

Gloria: Oh, good thinking. Too much caffeine, I might get nervous, and we wouldn't want that.

John: Oh, I expect you to be nervous.

Gloria: You do?

John: Yeah, I don't want to be the only one. I mean, it's been awhile, a long while.

Gloria: So? It has for me, too.

John: Well, now I suppose it's like riding a bike.

Gloria: Oh! Whatever works for you, sport.

John: Oh, ho, ho, ho, very, very, funny.

Gloria: You know, I don't know, I'm just guessing, but I'll just bet that the secret is to go slow. Real... slow.

John: Well, you know, Gloria? Now that you mention it, I have always liked slow. Going real slow.

Gloria: Nice.


Audience: (Cheering)

Man: Yeah!

Man #2: Shake it!

Audience: (Cheering)

Man: The south will rise again!

Man #2: Whoo!

Man: All right, Nicole.

Audience: (Cheering)

Nikki: All right. Okay. We're gonna have a brief intermission, so just relax, have another drink and, uh, enjoy yourself. Believe me, you don't want to miss this. You don't want to go home to an empty house.

Men: (Laugh)

Audience: (Cheering and applauding)

Man: Nikki!

Nikki: Okay, all right. We've kept you waiting long enough. She loves to be here, and we love to have her. Mindy, come on out.

Audience: (Cheering)

Audience: (Whistling)

Man: Shake it, Mindy!

Man #2: There you go!

Audience: (Cheering)


Sharon: I just wonder what it would be like, you know, to be up on that stage, just once.

Nick: (Chuckles) Sharon, you worry me sometimes.

Sharon: (Laughs) Nick, I know. I know it sounds crazy. But there's just something about that place. You know, something romantic. Your parents met there.

Nick: That was a long time ago.

Sharon: So? You can't tell me they haven't had a great romance. Or that the owner renaming the club after one of the dancers isn't like a fantasy come true.

Nick: Sharon, it's just not real. Those people on that stage are just performers. What's missing? What are you looking for? Because it's gotta be something.

Sharon: I shouldn't be looking for anything... because I have you.


Brad: Ash, you know the trouble this company's in. This trip is not negotiable.

Ashley: The timing is kind of questionable, don't you think?

Brad: Believe me, I didn't plan it. But if somebody doesn't go talk to our supplier tomorrow--

Ashley: Somebody. Somebody. Not you.

Brad: There's no one else who can handle this particular situation.

Ashley: And there's no one else who can take your place at the ranch tomorrow, Brad.

Brad: Then we can reschedule. Look, I don't see what the problem is. And I don't think we should be running Jabot according to what's convenient for Victor.

Ashley: This isn't about Victor, this is about abby, and it's about our family. And these are plans that we made. This is an opportunity to build on the progress we've made, and that's why I'm not gonna reschedule it, Brad.

Brad: Then you're going to have to go without me.

Ashley: I'm really sorry to hear that.

Brad: I'm not. Frankly, it would be more than I could stomach, watching you and Victor bonding with Abby, that little family that's forming there. So I guess you were wrong. There is somebody who can take my place at the ranch tomorrow. Victor. -- when they came out, but how ill prepared for the trip.


Bobby: It's about time the both of you knew the truth. Your daughter is not marrying J.T. She's marrying me.

Frederick: This is some kind of sick joke, right?

Bobby: It's no joke, Fred.

Frederick: I'm talking to my daughter. Brittany?

Brittany: It's true. Bobby and I are getting married.

Anita: You lied to us? Brittany, how could you?

Brittany: I was waiting for the right time to tell you. I thought maybe if you got to know Bobby better, you'd see why I love him so much.

Frederick: Please, come on. Don't give us that garbage.

Brittany: I do. I love him. Bobby makes me happier than I've ever been.

Frederick: Happy? The man is scum. He associates with criminals, he uses women, he damn well nearly got you killed.

Brittany: What happened to me wasn't Bobby's fault.

Frederick: Oh, the hell it wasn't! He's caused you nothing but trouble since the day you met him. And I hate you for that.

Bobby: I'm sorry you feel that way, Fred.

Frederick: No, you're not. You've never been sorry one day in your life, Bobby boy.

Anita: We should go. We can talk with Brittany another time.

Frederick: Yeah. And we will. This isn't over.

Brittany: Why did you do that?

Bobby: They needed to know.

Brittany: But I wanted to tell them in my own way.

Bobby: Yeah, and when were you gonna do that, before or after the invitations went out?

Mac: Um, I think we'll leave you two alone.

J.T.: Yeah. Uh, we'll see you back at the house, Britt.


Kay: Well, you are so skeptical about poor Elliot.

Jill: Okay, look, there is no way around this. His wining and dining of me, don't you think that is just a little bit too convenient, considering I've been sticking my nose into Chancellor Industries and checking out his track record and his management style?

Kay: Mm-hmm. Well, Jill, you see, we have been through all of that. Now look at me. Elliot is smitten with you, and why are you fighting it so? Because I think you are obviously interested in him.


Elliot: Let's not beat around the bush. I think you're highly protective of your relationship with Jill. It's convenient, there's no commitment. If you're ever lonely, you need a friend, she's there. You don't want to lose that. And yet, you're not prepared to commit to her.

Jack: Well, isn't that a curious reading of the facts? Yes, Jill and I are there for each other. We also have other relationships, hell, marriages. Elliot, I would stand up at Jillís wedding to another man. I would help her write love letters to another man. But not to you, not from what I've seen so far, anyway.

Elliot: Which is another reason I think you're jealous, Jack. I happen to know that you presided over a particularly difficult period in your family company's history. And, uh, quite frankly, you weren't up to it, were you? You just couldn't negotiate the obstacles. And now Jabot Cosmetics is possibly facing the worst crisis in its history. I, on the other hand, am successful and, yes, I'm enjoying the trappings of that success.


Jill: Is that what I'm doing? Am I looking the proverbial gift horse in the mouth?

Kay: Yes.

Jill: Katherine.

Kay: Yes, what?

Jill: Something is bothering you.

Kay: Um... well, if only you could help, but you canít. And, uh, besides, you have enough on your plate. Believe me, I will shout very loudly for your help... when I need it.

Jill: You promise me?

Kay: Yes, I promise. Now in the meantime, I suggest you set aside your, uh, distrust. I find Elliot a delightful man. And if he wants to sweep you off your feet, my dear, then my God, let him.


Jack: I think I'll skip that drink. You and I have said all we need to say to each other.

Elliot: Mm-hmm.

Jack: You want me to endorse your candidacy where Jill is concerned. That's not gonna happen. You can rest assured though, Jill has a long history of ignoring my advice. She's a big girl. She can make her own decisions.

Elliot: That's good to know.

Jack: Just remember one thing.

Elliot: Yeah, I know. If I hurt her... I answer to you.

Jack: Don't take that lightly, my friend. Others have and lived to regret it.

Elliot: (Laughs)


Kay: Well, I see I can't convince you. Perhaps you need a nudge in another direction.

Jill: I want to trust him, Mother, believe me.

Kay: Shh. Shh. Shh. As we're speaking, there is a Mr. Jack Abbott and a Mr. Elliot Hampton in conversation at the end of the bar.

Jill: You're kidding? Have they seen us?

Kay: No. Wait a minute. Jack's leaving.

Kay: Psst. Why don't you go over and say hello?

Jill: No. No. Not now. What were the two of them talking about? I'm gonna find out.


(Closes door quietly)

Nikki: My God. What are you doing up?

Victor: Waiting for you.

Nikki: If you're about to give me another lecture about coming in so late, please donít.

Victor: Don't worry, I'm not. I'm glad you're home safe and sound.

Nikki: Oh. You're in kind of a strange mood.

Victor: I am.

Nikki: What's going on?

Victor: It may surprise you to know that I was at the strip joint tonight.

Nikki: You were?

Victor: Well, you had invited me.

Nikki: Yes, but you said that you weren't interested.

Victor: I meant that at the time.

Nikki: What changed your mind?

Victor: Curiosity. And when I saw you interact with those customers, I realized that you were in your element. Transported me back in time.

Nikki: Transported where?

Victor: To the same place when it was called the Bayou.

Nikki: Well, that is where we met.

Victor: When you were child-like and unsophisticated and adventurous and full of spirit. And when I fell in love with you.

Nikki: Don't forget, you used to call me your diamond in the rough.

Victor: Only now you're without the edges.

Nikki: I can't believe I'm hearing this from you.

Victor: That was a magical time, wasn't it?

Nikki: Yes. Oh, don't you ever wish that you could just back to those days? Everything just seemed so easy, so simple.

Victor: Mm-hmm. Yeah.


John: Gloria, you know what? I don't feel like sitting here any longer.

Gloria: Isn't that the funniest thing? Neither do I.

John: Let's go home.

Gloria: I completely agree.

John: See what happens.

Gloria: Yes, I'd like that.

John: Ready?

Gloria: Ready.

John: Now I will, uh, pull the car around front. And I'll see you in 30 seconds.

Gloria: Always such a gentleman.

John: Oh, and you're gonna see... a real gentle man.

Gloria: Oh, I never doubted it for a moment.


Bobby: Do you want me to take you home?

Brittany: No.

Bobby: Do you want to spend the night at my place?

Brittany: I don't know what I want.

Bobby: Look, honey, it's gonna be okay.

Brittany: You don't know that.

Bobby: Look, I'm gonna be your husband, all right? My job's gonna be to take care of you. So just forget about what your parents think.

Brittany: But you don't understand, Bobby. They're my parents. I wanted them to be a part of my wedding.

Bobby: Well, that still could happen.

Brittany: Yeah, right. Not in this lifetime.

Bobby: Look, just give it some time. Once they see that we're serious, what we're doing, they may just come around.

Brittany: What if they don't?

Bobby: Oh, if they don't, they donít. But you know what? It's still gonna be our special day because it's gonna be about you and me. Come here.


Ashley: I can't believe what I'm hearing.

Brad: Ash, be honest. You didn't really think this peace with Victor was gonna last forever, did you?

Ashley: I thought we had turned a corner.

Brad: Well, I'm sorry to disappoint you.

Ashley: Disappoint me? What about Abby? What about the progress I thought we'd made?

Brad: I said I was willing to go along with this plan as long as both sides compromised.

Ashley: And both sides compromised.

Brad: Then the situation changed. Now a little wrench has been thrown in the plans, we see just how unreal this new era with Victor is.

Ashley: And what about us? I mean... wasn't our marriage getting back on track?

Brad: This doesn't change how much I love you, and it doesn't change how much I value our family. But I have to be realistic.

Ashley: Okay. So obviously, then, your feelings for Victor, they never-- they never changed at all, right? I mean, not even a little bit.

Brad: Did yours?

Ashley: That's not fair.

Brad: For your sake and for Abbyís sake, I kept my feelings about Newman in check. But make no mistake, Ash, they never changed.

Ashley: Then all of this... progress-- I mean, being so happy and everything-- it was just for nothing?

Ashley: I'll see you at home.


Nikki: Don't you ever wish you could just turn back the clock and go back to a time when our lives were, I don't know, less complicated?

Victor: I wouldn't have wanted to miss all the experience and history you and I have shared, the good and the bad.

Nikki: Really? You really mean that?

Victor: Come here.

Victor: You and I have shared a life of passion, haven't we? It was never boring.

Nikki: It's funny you say that, because lately, I feel that you are bored with me.

Victor: You can't be serious. You wouldn't bore me in a million years.

Nikki: Well... I don't know about that, but I guess it's understandable that we... drifted apart. I mean, we've both had so much on our mind.

Victor: Shh. Shh. Shh. Tonight is about you and me, about the life we shared.

Nikki: You know, sometimes I think about what my life would've been like if I hadn't met you. I was so young, I knew nothing, I didn't know anything about the world. I could never have imagined the life that we have had.

Victor: And I wouldn't want to miss one moment of it.

Nikki: I've missed you so much.

Nikki: Just hold me. Hold me.


Next on "The Young and the Restless"...

Dru: Does this mean that you've had a change of heart?

Neil: About bringing Devon back here to live with us?

Phyllis: I have a feeling you're about to get in trouble.

Ashley: Am I interrupting something?

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