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Girls Review: Hannah Plays House
2/13/2013 1:32 PM
The episode really did provide much food for thought, as well as a feat for the eyes in more ways than one...or rather one feast was a bit larger, the other less so. If we are to talk about Lena Dunham, why does she so enjoy taking off her clothes. We have seen her naked a LOT. Hannah of course is our character, and as a character I get it...but does that make any sense? I'm trying to deal with that one myself. At any rate, Patrick Wilson never looked better and his acting was seamless and real. In fact, the whole episode was rather like a sneak peek through the keyhole of that slap-dash relationship. It was all there: the awkwardness of when to leave or stay and the entirely different life experiences of the two main characters in the "hook-up," though that's not what it would have been called in his day. And finally, the eventuality of the bubble bursting as we knew it would...we just didn't know when and that was half the fun and tension of the situation. It seems only natural to me that we have an episode of a single character, I've just had enough of seeing Hannah naked-that's all. Can't we all just move along? Surely that will be the case as life really does...go on with all its ups and downs.
Smash Review: On Broadway ... Maybe?
2/6/2013 2:43 PM
Did NOT miss a single character from last season...how could you with such a fantastic first episode? The music, production and choreography were ALL top-notch and it seems apparent to me that everyone from the original season of Glee is now working on Smash. Has anyone else felt the same way. There was so much about Smash that was definitely "Glee-esque" in terms of pop culture-remember the song with all the divas dressed in black and their slick black hair pulled back ala Robert Palmer's "Addicted to Love?" The whole musical production, as well as the look and feel of the show was more refined and slick than last year and if this keeps up, NBC is going to have a mega-hit on its hands, in spite of last night's ratings. I don't think it was any coincidence that The Bachelor had yet another two-hour showing in the same time slot as Smash. Thank the stars (no pun intended) for TIVO! Kudos to Jennifer Hudson, too for her singing and acting chops. She loaded quite a bit of solid character into her short time on screen. Ivy had to come around or we would have all pushed more pills down her throat for her. Only time will tell if she benefits from her "hail Mary" confession or not. I not only have faith in Smash, I have faith in Eileen to get this show onstage at the St. James. That's her plan and "Nothing's gonna STOP! HER! NOW!" Do you have to love Broadway to love this show? Well, no...but you sure need to love music and the producers gave us plenty of that on this opening episode...and so much more! Let the music play as we make our way to opening night for not one, but two fabulous musicals. Count me in!
Downton Abbey Review: Goodbye to a Lady
1/28/2013 6:00 PM
Heartbreaking episode that was painful to watch, but of course...mesmerizing! I believe Tom will take Lady Sybil's death hardest of all and the shot through the window with him holding the baby was nearly too much to take. Lord Grantham is an all too real example of how insensitive and "out of touch" many of the English upper-crust could be at that time. He's put off Matthew who has nothing but the estate's best interests at heart and now he's largely responsible for his youngest daughter's death because he put too much stake in the rank of a title than the family doctor. Mary, too, is a chip off the old block for her annoying attitude towards Matthew's interest in revitalizing Downton, and though his timing may not have been the best, it was simply a good use of the attorney's time when an additional visit to the estate was not as easy as it might be today. Lighten up Mary, though I did find a great deal of comic relief in her reply to her sister. Rather honest, too! Mrs. Crawley's backhanded compliment and quick dismissal of Mrs. Bird were both highlights of an episode filled with "upper and lower" drama. It is important to note that being "in service" was not only highly regarded but servants also had their own strict moral code to be sure. However, it truly was rather silly to imagine a prostitute on staff might sully the reputation of another servant? Just goes to show that the new world order has not yet come to Downton, save for Isobel who is to be commended for her Kindness and charity. Finally, dear Thomas was definitely hitting on the new, good-looking clock maker. Guess we've had him pegged wrong all along, as witnessed by his emotional outburst over Lady Sybil's death. I don't know how Downton Abbey could be more interesting, nor have more fully developed characters to pique our interest, but I'm more than happy to find out one week at a time..only! Spoilers go away! It's all too, too delicious and only Homeland has captivated me so. I'm just sayin'...
The Good Wife Review: A Mess, Indeed
1/28/2013 5:28 PM
This was one of the better "Good Wife" episodes of late...intense, complicated and in the end very gratifying. Diane stood up to Alicia and told her the unvarnished truth and she would be wise to accept the partnership. It's been a good home to her throughout all her trials and tribulations and I don't see her mixing it up with the Canning firm. I can't even imagine how lurid it would feel to be his "sidekick" for anything, but I sure know I wouldn't wish it on anyone! A prenup is a tough ticket and all is fair in love and war. This time I say well done and that's simply what it took to get a reasonable outcome for a life with a scoundrel for all intents and purposes. No telling just what Alicia is feeling at this point but it seems clear that this "good wife" may be just a teeny weeny bit fed up with being so...well, accommodating to everyone. It's high time she carved out a real life for herself instead of this limbo she's been dealing with ever since Peter had his dalliance with another woman. Once a cheater always a cheater? Or is that just the way men are? I hope not.
Revenge Review: Two May Keep a Secret If One Of Them Is Dead
1/22/2013 4:02 PM
Oh Nolan...it's so much more fun when you're in on every scheming so and so in town. I'm loving watching him play Padma like a fiddle and he and Emily are made for one another- schemer 1 and schemer 2 but in no particular order. Surely Aiden and Emily will find their way back to one another? I truly feel there is something between them that should last. It's just difficult for Aiden to deal with everything while Emily is "playing house" with Daniel so to speak and of course the "problems" with his sister. Certainly there is a lot of 'splaining to do where this story-line is concerned and I'm eager for everything to be exposed for what is is or isn't. In the meantime, I'm happy to watch all of the compelling characters in this nighttime soap opera because revenge is sweet!
Once Upon a Time Review: The World Comes to Storybrooke
1/22/2013 3:43 PM
Let's face it, Cora is up to no good. She wouldn't know "good" if it hit her in the face...and I wish somebody would! No..she will never fess up to framing her own daughter and all of Storybrooke is simply much too blase about what the stranger saw or did not; regardless, they should be taking every precaution "just in case." But alas, I suppose that IS the show and we shall see what becomes of them in the future as the world looks on. I, too, wonder how on earth anyone could deliver that line-"I ate my boyfriend"-with a straight face but the humor has become yet another interesting and FUN character in the show. Kudos to the writers and I'd like to see even more fairy tale characters show up, even if it's only a cameo appearance. Keep this juggernaut moving along...but be clever about it!
Hawaii Five-0 Review: I Want It That Way
1/15/2013 2:16 PM
I love this show for a lot of reasons-the locale, the cast and usually the writing. Last night's episode was no exception though I did not feel like getting caught up in voting for the "villain," choosing instead to pay attention to the show and one of the better episodes. Sometimes the "banter" between Danny and Steve can get a little tiresome, though I enjoy it in small doses. Kono is one hot and tough cop to round out the talented quartet we enjoy each week and I particularly liked all her work with Sang Min last night, a much better villain all-round than the troublesome Wo Fat. Andrew Lawrence could not have been more perfect as someone related to the wise-cracking Danny and it was clear that Central Casting had done their home work. Hope we see him again! No problem with the ending gimmick but I don't see that being a staple on prime time television...but let's keep this show going for the many positive reasons we all enjoy it!
Revenge Review: Keep Your Enemies Closer
1/14/2013 12:43 PM
First of all...yes, I feel confused about the Initiative's intentions; in fact, I often feel confused about a lot of stuff on Revenge. What's clear is everyone has an agenda and nothing is as it seems. Visually the show is fun to watch and I'm talking more about the actors than the scenery which they chew with relish (forgive the pun). Padma's line was all too much for me and I'm afraid I really can't buy Nolan's interest in her, or any other female for that matter. He'd fare better with far less drama if he would just stick with men, right? And the Ryan brothers are most certainly still "around" and that's one big mess for Declan and Jack especially. in addition, I wonder what Helen Crawley meant when she said about her attackers, "I have a good idea!" Does she know who it was or will they get away with that deception? I'm not so sure, she seems pretty worthy opponent for our clever Emily. All in all, I DO think the writers need to tighten things up a bit and not make this too incredibly convoluted. Emily can carry this show and they should rely on her revenge-filled charisma more as they did in season I. Stick with the title and the title character and keep everything pointing at her or emanating from her!
Grey's Anatomy Review: Cold Feet, Warm Heart
12/15/2012 1:21 PM
Yeah, I say well done, too but seems to me that Shonda is spending more quality time with Scandal than with our friends on Gray's
anatomy. I love Scandal, Gray's and Homeland, and though they're all very different, there are elements they all require to pique our interest. It should make each show better having the others as heads up competition, but that's not always the case. Last night's Gray's Anatomy was a winner however and I, too, was completely taken by Neve Campbell and her subtle yet extremely heartfelt performance...all grown up and looking good is our Neve; in fact, she's never looked better and I hope they expand her role...could be a very interesting dynamic? And Kudos to Christina for FINALLY telling it like it is-you never get anywhere when you don't let your own husband in on the truth. I knew...or rather hoped and prayed this was coming and I believe the second time around will be a charm...only thing is-what to do about that damn lawsuit and their "conflict of interest?" A great many things are truly important in this scenario and it's bound to complicate an already messy situation that I feel must head to a full on reconciliation. Derek is going to have his "hand" back, Neve will become part of the family and enjoy the birth of a healthy baby boy to her overbearing brother she loves unconditionally, Christina and Owen will reunite...Callie and Arizona will find the right shoes and Dr. Bailey will get another chance from Ben because that's just who he is (a really nice/handsome and all-round good guy) and Adele will unfortunately, but sweetly bid adieu to the show and Richard will at last be free to be whomever he wants to be. Now that's that but what's going to happen all around these couples to keep the suspense clock ticking as it usually does so well on this amazing show??? I'm a FAN, but look out...Scandal just may steal all the pie and cake, not to mention the unbelievably good writing and if ever a show has lived up to its name, it's SCANDAL!
Glee Review: All I Want For Christmas Is No More Holiday Specials
12/15/2012 12:55 PM
Oh...Glee, where art thou? Though I do love this show, it feels to me that something is amiss? Did they change their music producer, or engineer in the studio? The music just doesn't have the same "shinola" in it's arrangements, production and even the delivery seems forced. Is there anew choreographer on board...or no one at all? Whatever it is, I miss moments like Kurt singing, "A House is not a Home," clever medleys and a little more production value, please. At least the steps in NYC were a workable set for doing a musical number. OK, some of the camera work at the skating rink was good but Sam's frantic race around Brittany seemed forced and why does no one seem to care how these kids look? Sue made me happy last night and for some reason I got a kick out of seeing the gruesome twosome staring through the frosted window at the recipients of her sudden sense of humanity. Good for Sue...she needs a little redemption every now and then and oh yes, there was ONE scene that was lit well, costumed well and didn't fall nearly as flat as most of the other numbers...and that was the number with everyone in white...warm lighting and Christmas snow that made everyone happy, and it gave most of the glee club a nice moment or two "on mike." Butt just singing songs...any old songs is not enough and for some reason last night made me even more painfully aware that everyone is lip synching. I know they've always done that but somehow it's gotten worse. There's plenty of talent to go around but if you ask me, a certain someone is not present at the wheel, or they've run out of interesting ideas (shame ON...WHO?). The show desperately needs to get back on track and maybe they should put in a call to someone off beat like Dr. John to make sure they're on the right line, track and train before it pulls out of the station again. Clever, hip and just a little cool would be nice even though they are just high schoolers...but NOT just any ole high schoolers...these guys are National champs and every song choice and performance needs to be a winner...please? Pretty please?
The Good Wife Review: Are You Serious?
11/26/2012 5:10 PM
It saddens me to see all these negative comments about this once great show. Do you think perhaps it is just a little "at sea" due to the fact that one of its "executive producers" jumped off the Tallahachee Bridge, so to speak. Tony Scott may have had more to do with this show than his title and I for one an more than willing to let this unfortunate chain of events sort themselves out and allow this great team of writers and actors time to get back to doing what they have done so well these past few years. Last year, it was consistently the BEST show on television, but now there's much more competition (much of it all on Sunday night I might add) AND THE LOSS OF TONY SCOTT WAS A TERRIBLE TRAGEDY. I say, hold on, The Good Wife will find its footing and we'll all be rooting for Alicia, Kalinda, Will and even Peter and Carey before all is said and done. Yes, I'm still a die-hard fan!
Once Upon a Time Review: True Love's Mistake
11/26/2012 4:55 PM
Mulan seems like the new age Disney character that just doesn't have enough "antiquity" about her to give her any relevance, and Yes, she is mighty annoying and needs to work with them, not against them...especially since Aurora is totally on board. It's even hard to follow Mulan with that ever-flowing cape, at least quickly, as seen when everyone said, "We've got to hurry!" Mulan stepped off quickly but Snow and Emma were only able to dawdle as Mulan's cape took center stage-all of it! I bet i's been stepped upon more than once during rehearsals. Moving on...charming brought on the romance and some of those Zombies from the Walking Dead appear to have stumbled on to the wrong sound stage but why not-they didn't seem to be any real threat...not like that wicked Cora and...well, I somehow have to forgive Hook his shortcomings cause he's so easy on the eye and more than a little charming himself! Regina has no more "changed for good" (to coin a phrase from Wicked, the Musical) than Mr. Gold has given up magic for his one true love...but things are coming to a frenzied state of panic and I only hope they don't leave us completely hanging with Charming fast asleep and Snow and Emma under Cora's control in a land far, far away...until next season? Say it isn't so....puleeeze!
NCIS: Los Angeles Review: Shaggy, Ass Slap, Surfing and $50 Shots
11/21/2012 3:53 PM
What's not to love about this group from the "tekkkies to the hotties," it's all good-Hettie too! Best NCIS in my opinion and not to be missed!
Homeland Review: Come 'n Get Me, Chopper
11/19/2012 5:08 PM
So over Jessica's holier than thou attitude about the "hit and run!" Hey, it was an accident by two stupid teenagers and "stuff" happens...it's just really unfortunate that someone had to die because they were out hot-rodding around, but she wasn't driving! OK, we know you're sorry and want to do the right thing but now that the family has been "paid off," so to speak...get over it, enough's enough! Don't rain on their parade even more now that they at least have a little money to put food on the table (and most likely much more); after all, nothing's going to bring back the person they lost so the money is far better than her accountability at this point. On that note, I'll just say again that Claire Danes' performance of "shock and awe" continues to impress, and very few actresses on television are able to consistently perform with such brilliance! She plays KRRAZZY with so many subtleties that we're always playing catch up and trying to guess what's real and what's not. Is she really anxious about the imminent terrorist attack or the stresses of her stressful job...has she forgotten to take her medicine, or is she just NUTZ and a real whack job? Who knows but kudos to her for the sheer bravery and acumen she shows every time she steps in front of the camera, Homeland IS ClaiRe Danes and without her, well that's not gonna happen unless someone calls Bellvue or DC's equivalent and commits her! But if that happens, I'll be the first one to speak on her behalf and get her back to work! Still lovin' Homeland and strangely enough, finally FEELING it more than ever for our Brody. He really has been put through the ringer and consequently he's walking an equally fine line between sanity and insanity just like "you know who!" Let's see, "Crazy + crazy + terrorists = SHOWTIME!
The Good Wife Review: Careful What You Say
11/19/2012 4:43 PM
Puhleeze, let's have the old Kalinda back! She needs to drop that guy like a hot potato before he does more than beat somebody up...for no reason I might add. So tired of him and though I'm happy to see Amanda Peet, I'm not so sure I want her to be able to get the best of Alicia...ever!Yeah sure, let the kids help their dad out-that's what they're supposed to do but let's get this campaign over and done with before it starts to feel like the long slog of our most recent presidential election! Hopefully the outcome will be just as good, and Peter will take office as he should. I also want to see more of the Peter/Alicia flirtation as it seems that Will is now a foregone conclusion. I know it's called "the good wife," but one would have to be a little naive to think that both kids are going to fall in line as well? More power to Grace and the good looking Connor, but really...what's up with the smoking? A big fat NO to that, period!
Grey's Anatomy Review: Change of Heart
11/16/2012 4:08 PM
It's a new Cristina, older and wiser but still the smart ass she's always been, so I'm enjoying her return to Seattle Grace. Naturally there would be a little friction between Yang and Owen but the seed has been sown for a truce if not a total reconciliation? Love is still there, but just how much is hard to say. Very happy that Arizona took the bait and is back IN the hospital. Just in time, too, before Callie goes off the deep end of despair! I'm with our reviewer on the "jesus rants," enough is enough. Apparently it needs to be separation of church, state AND Grey's Anatomy! Either get on with the relationship or give it up! Cheers for Derek and hopes are high for his return to the operating room. It's just GOT to happen. That will be a fine day for everyone. Still a fan but is Shonda spending too much time with Scandal? Hmmm...just a thought? Do you think she has the same fan base on both shows????
Glee Review: When It's Over, Is It Really Over?
11/16/2012 3:52 PM
Very interesting comments from everyone!Has our favorite show lost its way? I hope NOT! to begin with, Glee is about "music" and last night's episode had plenty of it, plus it all meant something!Kurt watching Blaine sing "Beauty School Dropout" was pure theater and I really liked the way all the characters, old and new" were added into the production rather seamlessly. I also disagree about the costuming...LOVED the "hair-do hair rollers!" Sugar did bring the wonderful and one-of-a-kind Didi Conn to mind, especially since she kept quiet-no way that Didi's unique voice was coming out of her, but the look was there! I'm no fan of Mr. Shue going away and I'm not sure that Finn has enough charisma to carry the show unless he has some sort of personality transplant? In closing I say that its FUN to see the graduates return every now and then, for whatever reason but the show should concentrate on McKinley High and keep the cast "fresh!" In the past, we readily accepted newcomers to the school and I'm so sure that Hollywood is awash with loads of cute teenagers who sing and dance. Bring 'em on and let's all go to high school again...with a whole bunch of talented kids that we love..or hate. It's all part of growing up and there's a lot of good material there to draw upon. Just keep everyone singing and dancing along to the first-rate production of Glee's talented musical producers. THAT'S what we really want from Glee! Bring Kate Hudson to McKinley looking for talent. There's a reason for everyone to show up at McKinley! Looks as if Glee is experiencing growing pains and I hope that in the end, everything is copacetic (kewl dude)!
Nashville Review: I Cross the Line
11/15/2012 3:20 PM
No episode of Nashville is complete without hearing Scarlett sing! Now that's she's gotten rid of that downer of a boyfriend, maybe she'll be able to kick her sure-fire singing career into high gear. Of course I'm no fool, I'm sure we haven't seen the last of Avery but he's in it up to his eyeballs with "that woman" now and he'll have to do a major "mea culpa" to get back in Scarlett's good graces, much less a boyfriend who "done her wrong!" Is that her next single? Could be! I'm ready for Gunnar to find his rightful place by her side and see how that goes? He's sure a LOT nicer guy than Avery. OK it's politics as usual but I'm rooting for the good guys and I have a feeling that in Nashville politics, the good guys have a better than 50/50 chance of coming out on top! At least I hope so, cause being the "country capital" is a lot different than D.C. or NYC for that matter, and here, rural and down home still ought to mean something...something good!
Dexter Review: A Chemistry Lesson
11/13/2012 4:20 PM
HOT Sex and some serious chemistry between Dex and Hannah do not a serial killer's agenda make, regardless of what sister has to say about it. What a conundrum! Who's gonna kill whom and what is Dexter going to do about the head of the "mob" now that he's out o' jail thanks to Mr. Dirty Cop? Just like Homeland, this series never disappoints and always has plenty of surprises. The truly GREAT thing about Dexter is...anything goes, and I mean anything!
Glee Review: Hopelessly Devoted to Glee
11/9/2012 4:47 PM
I think you're right...high school shows need to stay in high school. Though some kids move on, high school is still there and others get their moment in the spotlight, especially when a DIVA or two graduates and moves to NYC to find fame and fortune. Sure, every now and then we could check in on them but more to the point, they can always come home. Either they're on a break from their Broadway show or a hiatus, or just out of work...come back and see your old friends, but the focus clearly needs to stay where it belongs, at McKinley. Finn may fool us all as he finds his way and realizes his creative side is all that's missing. And let the kids gossip about what Rachel and Kurt are doing-give us a flashback or two but let's keep the new talent flowing where it belongs, whether it's a freshman, sophomore, junior or senior in high school...where EVERYTHING happens as kids mature into young adults! FUN with a capital F!
Grey's Anatomy Review: Can I Get Some Help Here?
11/9/2012 4:33 PM
I totally enjoyed the focus and thought Shonda was pulling out all the stops and tugging at our heartstrings in many different ways. For one, it became clear last night that Meredith was no longer an intern, or a doctor in training but a real, professional and respected doctor. That's been a long road. Christina has never listened to anyone but we always knew she was brilliant. The dialogue about that was like something out of Atlas Shrugged and I think it will forever give her the confidence she needs to be who she is and that's that! Having figured all that out, she needed to return to Meredith. Both women are now fully realized and fulfilled (for the time being) and I think their new found courage and sense of accomplishment will only deepen their affection for one another. Finally, some of life's biggest tests were taken...and they both passed with flying colors!
American Horror Story Review: Stumped!
11/1/2012 4:54 PM
That's funny StBob and I have to agree, not to mention the metaphor of running from the fire, into the fire and back again...whew, I'm tired.Babe's day sure is a long way from the farm and he's one twisted sister. Now we know what it's like when a tall man has a little man complex, or worse dare I say? Please don't kill Chloe-she's one of the best in the cast of crazies though there's little doubt that Jessica Lange's character is way out there. What is that accent and why does it come and go...and shouldn't she put the bottle down? Geesh it only makes things worse, everybody knows that! And hey, why turn off the film when it was just getting good? I would have much rather seen the crocodiles eat everyone than get the flip line from a nun, "They all get eaten!" Oh good, let me go get a cookie. No, it's not fun to watch and suspending this reality is getting harder and harder to do, try as I may.
Nashville Review: People Aren't Just Waiting For You To Fall...
11/1/2012 4:43 PM
Major issues indeed, and that Mom is at the bottom of them all! Need to get her out of the house or let her really mess things up. I mean what's up with just having her around? Dullsville. Though Hayden is a far better actress than I ever thought possible and that smile she's concocted can get just about anyone to do what she wants...and then some! Scarlett on the other hand is allowing that boyfriend of hers to walk all over her and if she's going to pine in her car when she spots Gunnar on a date, then get with the program girl and give your envious fella the good ole country boot! She's got more talent than all of them put together but she's going to need some kind of reawakening if she's ever going to take advantage of it.
What IS going to happen now that deacon is no longer in the Rayna band...or will she change her mind? her husband and her father are the last thing she needs. When bad teams up with bad, nothing good ever comes of it. Teddy's got plenty to hide and "Daddy" sure isn't going to help when it isn't to his advantage. Who needs enemies with friends like that? And finally, more singing please-especially from the up-and-coming-though-she-doesn't-even-know-it star...Miss Scarlett! Y'all get on with it and make a little more music to go with all those problems. Isn't that what country music is all about?
The Good Wife Review: A Sympathetic Drug Dealer?
10/29/2012 4:21 PM
I'm not liking that Maddie one bit and I haven't trusted her from the get-go! She's u to something and she's using Alicia to meddle her way into Peter's campaign. In addition, Alicia is largely being caught off guard and that's not like her. She needs to wake up and get serious about who she can trust and just who really IS telling the truth about this alleged "affair" or "hook-up?" Personally, I think Peter has learned his lesson and he's not about to do anything like that to jeopardize his campaign. Someone(Maddie) is out to get him and if it ain't one thing it's another. I'd like to see him get elected but I'm unsure about a renewed relationship with his wife, though I have no doubt she will help save the day. After all, she IS the good wife, right?
Once Upon a Time Review: Who Is the Monster?
10/29/2012 4:10 PM
Snow is finally getting to be a Mother to Emma and teach her the ways of "fairy tale land," and in turn, many of the life lessons she wasn't able to give her daughter once she sent her flying through that portal. In some small way, this adventure away from the real world is bonding them and making up for all the lost time together. Should they ever return there's little doubt that Emma will know what it feels like to have a mother.
Regina will never learn, she cannot and will not live without magic. That is going to be a long, hard road if she ever hopes to succeed, and if Karma is really a bitch, then our so-called "Queen of Mean" is really in for it! Good luck girl, you're gonna need it!
LOVED the tease of the "giant in-waiting" atop the beanstalk. No longer "Lost," he should make a great giant. I'm all for every one of these fairy tale characters being woven into this story. It not only works, but it makes sense at this point and keeps us guessing who's up to what. Will everyone live happily ever after? Well, if they live at all, there's a chance but we're nowhere near that kind of resolution just yet!
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