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Written by: Sam Egan
Directed by: Brenton Spencer



VOICEOVER – AMANDA: PREVIOUSLY ON SANCTUARY

[Scene from The Five.]

Will: Why didn't he just tell me he was changing?

Bigfoot: He didn't want anyone to know. And I promised him no one would.

EXT STREET

KAVANAUGH
What's up?

WILL
Hey.

KAVANAUGH
Hey. So, I'm probably the last guy you expected to hear from, huh?

WILL
Uh, not the last, but definitely down there.

KAVANAUGH
Look, I know you quit the force and everything, but damned if this one doesn't have your name written all over it.

WILL
Since when did you start appreciating my take on crime scenes?

KAVANAUGH
The minute we rolled away from this one; a suicide two nights ago in the river district. Referred to homicide so we could vet the wife's claim that her husband shot himself in the chest.

WILL
The chest... men tend to shoot themselves in the head. Women usually favor the chest.

KAVANAUGH
So I'm told.

WILL
Any other reason to think this isn't a suicide?

KAVANAUGH
Well, crime lab's still processing. Neighbors heard shouting. No sign of break-in. The wife and 17-year-old son are the only ones that were inside. She's claiming the husband snapped. Kid's not saying anything at all.

WILL
Well, that makes sense. He's traumatized.

KAVANAUGH
The shrink that took over when you left, Dr. Mehtar, he's calling the boy a high-functioning autistic. Some kind of syndrome or something.

WILL
Asperger's.

KAVANAUGH
That's the one.

WILL
Okay, so you've got a troubled teen and the possible suicide of his father. Not getting why you called me.

KAVANAUGH
I thought maybe you could make some sense of this.

WILL
The kid draw this?

KAVANAUGH
Yup. He was drawing it when the shooting happened, according to the mother anyway. Does these in less than a minute, I'm told. And he draws them without looking.

WILL
Wow. That's quite the savant.

KAVANAUGH
Yeah. Here, check out the rest. Look at that. So, what does that tell you, huh?

WILL
This kid's insides are twisted in knots.

KAVANAUGH
He draws these from life. That's a joke. That's just a joke... look, I just figured you were the guy who loves all these oddball cases, so...

WILL
Yeah, these are brilliant. I mean, they're disturbing, but they're brilliant.

KAVANAUGH
Yeah, we found hundreds more of them rolled up on butcher paper in the closet.

WILL
When can I talk to him?

KAVANAUGH
I already got a friendly Judge to steer you the psych evaluation. Ah? One catch... you've only got 48 hours.

INT SANCTUARY

WILL
So these are obviously his demons, nightmares brought to life.

HELEN
I'm reminded of Hieronymus Bosch. His paintings were rife with abnormals.

WILL
Was Bosch a friend of yours; high school sweetheart or something?

HELEN
There is such a thing as "before my time."

WILL
Really?

HELEN
Cheeky monkey.

WILL
Okay, check this out. Here's one I found particularly interesting.

ASHLEY
Oh, it's the sanctuary.

WILL
Yeah.

HELEN
His draftsman ship is uncanny; photographic in its fidelity.

ASHLEY
Yeah, he must have used computer imaging for this.

WILL
Kavanaugh said the boy was home-schooled, and apparently, the father wouldn't allow him access to the computer.

ASHLEY
Okay, so he copied a photo, then.

WILL
Well, the mother said he flew over Old City once on the only airplane trip he ever took in his life.

HELEN
Ten years ago.

WILL
Yeah, exactly ten. How did you know?

HELEN
That's when we did the renovation work on the North Tower.

ASHLEY
Okay, but the part about not needing to see the page, how does that work?

HELEN
Well, if the anecdotal evidence is true, then the boy must bypass the role of ordinary sight.

WILL
There's not much doubt about his being a savant.

HELEN
He may well be more than that.

WILL
Now, the police are obviously more interested in how the father died than in the boy's potential abnormality.

HELEN
Understandably.

WILL
I've been given a temporary pipeline to the case file. We can get their forensics in real time.

HELEN
What about the family?

WILL
Kavanaugh's made arrangements for the boy and his mother to visit us here, and I was hoping maybe you'd have time to be part of that?

HELEN
Wouldn't miss it.

WILL
Okay, cool.

INT SANCTUARY HALLWAY OUTSIDE HENRY’S ROOM

BIG FOOT
Henry... food. Henry?

INT SANCTUARY SHOOTING RANGE

ASHLEY
He's my father, isn't he?

HELEN
They always did call you a "heartbreaker" from the time I had you in a stroller.

ASHLEY
Come on, those were old geezers playing checkers in the park.

HELEN
You didn't say anything on the flight back from Rome. In fact, you haven't spoken to me since we got back.

ASHLEY
Yeah, well, what's there to say?

HELEN
Maybe that you're angry? Feeling betrayed...

ASHLEY
Don't put words in my mouth.

HELEN
I'm trying to get words out of you.

ASHLEY
Mom, I understand what your motives were. There were no good choices. I don't fault you.

HELEN
I wouldn't blame you if you did.

ASHLEY
Okay, well, you were worried about my feelings, right?

HELEN
I put you in harm's way with every swing of the pendulum, but the truth is, Ashley, I can't bear to see you hurt.

ASHLEY
What really hurt wasn't the news. It was that it didn't come from you.

EXT SANCTUARY GARDEN PATIO

HELEN
Our sympathies for your loss, Mrs. Meyers.

MRS. MEYERS
Thank you. My son will be along. He found something to draw in the garden. He's not quite ready to talk to strangers. You have to understand Edward, he's... he's a very, um... special boy.

HELEN
We've seen his art. We understand how special he is.

MRS. MEYERS
He's done that since he first picked up a crayon. His subjects haven't always been so dark. He drew this of Robbie and me when he was only eight.

HELEN
Robbie's your other son?

MRS MEYERS
Yeah. He ran away when he was 14.

HELEN
I'm sorry.

WILL
The file said that Robbie got into trouble for starting fires?

MRS MEYERS
Oh, no, no, he'd stopped all that, but Glen, he-he... drove him away.

WILL
Was your husband... abusive to all of you?

MRS MEYERS
My... husband was a good man. He-he had his problems, but he loved us.

WILL
Feeling love and inflicting pain aren't mutually exclusive.

MRS MEYERS
When you're a mother, protecting your children, that's all that matters.

WILL
Can you tell us what happened the night that Glen died?

MRS MEYERS
I woke up to the shouting.



GLEN
You don't think I see it, huh? Laughing at your old man? Hey, you look at me when I talk to you!

MRS MEYERS
He'd been drinking.

GLEN
I said look at me! Look at me! Look at me!

EDWARD
I'm sorry.

MRS MEYERS
Stop it. Stop it... put the gun down.



MRS MEYERS
I was afraid the gun would go off accidentally, and then... Just like that, he turned the gun on himself. I called 911, but it was too late. I realize now that... Glen would never have hurt Edward, or anyone else. This wasn't the first time that he'd tried to take his life. It was...

WILL
… just so you know, the evaluation with Edward, it may take a few sessions.

MRS MEYERS
But... I'm at wit's end, honestly. I have to deal with the funeral arrangements, and-and Edward, he's... scared to sleep in the room where it all happened. I...

HELEN
You're welcome to leave him in our care.

MRS MEYERS
Oh. I... I...

EXT SANCTUARY

WILL
How's it going? My name's Will. I think your artwork is pretty awesome. I've always admired people who could draw. I could never get much past stick figures myself.

MRS MEYERS
Edward? Dr. Magnus and Dr. Zimmerman, um... they're going to take care of you for a couple of days. No, no, no. Just give me time to do everything that I have to do. Edward... it's okay. It's okay, it's okay... it's okay. Come here. It's gonna be okay.

INT SANCTUARY ELEVATOR

HELEN
Any luck with Henry?

BIG FOOT
He still won't come out of his room.

HELEN
This has been the rudest of awakenings.

BIG FOOT
I worry that he will keep spiraling down.

HELEN
We can provide every support, but only Henry can come to terms with what he's becoming.

INT SANCTUARY LIBRARY

HELEN
It's nice to see you, Henry.

HENRY
I know I've been M.I.A. I'm sorry about that.

HELEN
I more than understand.

HENRY
It's not like you didn't warn me this day was coming.

HELEN
Doesn't make it any easier, though, does it?

HENRY
I've been catching up on some research that's long overdue on my, uh... bad self. I never wanted to know any of this. Just figured if I ignored it, it'd just go away. You know, kind of like having some disease, but being all about denying it.

HELEN
This isn't a disease, Henry.

HENRY
I can't sleep, and smells are out of control. Food tastes terrible.

HELEN
We both need to figure out this phenomenon.

HENRY
You weren't there. You weren't there, and you didn't see!

HELEN
If anything had happened to you, I would never have forgiven myself...

HENRY
Well, something did happen to me, and all I know is, I can't control it.

HELEN
Not as yet, no, but...

HENRY
Look Doc, I have spent my adult life working with abnormals, learning to accept them, even appreciate them, but now I am one... and I'm terrified.

HELEN
I often wonder what would have become of you if I'd left you on the Moors... to be raised by your kind.

HENRY
Well... at least that way I wouldn't miss being human.

HELEN
Oh, Henry...

INT SANCTUARY

EDWARD
Yes.

WILL
I saw your light was on. Am I disturbing you? Mind if I come in?



WILL
Where do these come from? These creatures?

EDWARD
From here.



WILL
Does it help to draw them? Make it less scary? There were pictures of Robbie too; your brother. You must miss him a lot. When you drew that picture that night, of the monster holding the gun? Did you see what happened? How your father died?

EDWARD
I can't think.

WILL
Okay. Maybe we can talk again when you're not so tired. Good night.

EDWARD
Mm... huhh.

INT SANCTUARY

HELEN
Don't worry, Edward, this machine simply measures your eye movements while you draw.

EDWARD
What do you want me to draw?

HELEN
Anything from memory; is there something you'd like to suggest?

EDWARD
Doesn't matter.

HELEN
All right, um... have you ever been to Chinatown?

INT SANCTUARY

HELEN
When most people see, their focus shifts from one area of interest to another. When we remember, we interpolate, we fill in the blanks.

WILL
Which is why eyewitness testimony is so notoriously unreliable.

HELEN
Exactly, now Edward's visual apparatus, on the other hand, acts more like an image scanner; rapidly moving in parallel sweeps, and then archiving.

ASHLEY
So he really is a living computer.

HELEN
This rendering took less than a minute from start to finish.

WILL
Wow. The detail is extraordinary.

HELEN
With respect, this is what's extraordinary. I asked Edward to concentrate on one portion of the scene, this area here, and then, a zoom on the zoom... in this case, a face, just barely visible in the shadows, becomes this.

ASHLEY
Okay, so, I'm not sure I get this. Edward's got this "Where's Waldo" thing going on with abnormals?

WILL
And that's assuming that there wasn't an abnormal in the doorway.

HELEN
Perhaps he sees the monster that lurks beneath.

WILL
So, what are you saying? He detects the abnormals amongst us?

HELEN
Or simply the true personas of damaged people.

ASHLEY
So an abusive father becomes a monster.

HELEN
Exactly.

INT SANCTUARY

WILL
Hey. You don't have to turn it off.

EDWARD
I've seen it.

WILL
Is this where some of them come from; the monsters?

EDWARD
I draw what I see.

WILL
You know, I see them, too.

EDWARD
Really?

WILL
We actually have a lot in common, you and I.

EDWARD
Hmm.

WILL
Details jump out at me, things that go right by other people. Like right now, I can see signs that you're afraid to tell me what you know. That drawing from the other night... The creature,...that was your father.

EDWARD
He... he wasn't always like that. He could be nice.

WILL
He wasn't nice that night. He pointed the gun at you.

EDWARD
To scare me; he'd never hurt me.

WILL
You're seeing it.

EDWARD
You don't know what I'm seeing.

WILL
Of course not. Your thoughts are yours. Mine are mine. You only share them if you want to. How did he die, Edward? Was it Robbie?

EDWARD
No.

WILL
Did he come back?

EDWARD
No.

WILL
Then why are you thinking about him...

EDWARD
You said they were my thoughts.

WILL
How did your father die? Did Robbie shoot your father?



GLEN
Hey! You look at me when I talk to you! I said look at me!

EDWARD
I... I thought I was going to die. I grabbed the gun. I didn't mean to kill him.

INT SANCTUARY MEDICAL ROOM

HELEN
We've been able to verify that your body has entered a new metamorphic phase. Everything we know about proteans tells us they continue to evolve over their lifetimes. There may be powers or abilities that you gain that we can't even hope to fathom. Imagine a caterpillar arresting its metamorphosis before it becomes a butterfly.

HENRY
You really think it was a butterfly that brought down that snake creature? Look, I can't account for myself when I'm that thing. And what if I hurt one of you? I can't let that happen. So you either chain me up in The SHU or you tell me how I can stop all this. I need to know what my choices are.

HELEN
There is a surgical remedy, but it's not without its risks. It involves excising portions of both the pituitary and pineal glands.

HENRY
If it'll keep me human, then bring it on.

HELEN
I want you to think about this long and hard, Henry.

HENRY
Okay… Done.

HELEN
It could well impact who you are, how you think.

HENRY
What, is it some kind of lobotomy or something?

HELEN
No, certainly not, but could it blunt your intelligence? Alter your personality? We just don't know. Promise me you'll think about it.

INT SANCTUARY

WILL
The more I look at the evidence, the less I believe both Ruth's and Edward's accounts.

HELEN
You think they were both covering for Robbie?

WILL
Just a sec. Hey.



KAVANAUGH
Hey, nice work. The stain on her robe was a dead match for the gun oil on the weapon. She obviously wiped it down. I'm getting heat to book her just on that.

WILL
Look, hold off, okay? I need a little more time.

KAVANAUGH
Come on, talk to me.

WILL
I saw some things in the crime-scene photos I'd like to check out on-site.

KAVANAUGH
Ooh, I thought we were going to keep the investigation side of this discrete.

WILL
Hey, you came to me, remember?

KAVANAUGH
All right. Oh, and you should know, Ms. Meyers tried to take possession of her husband's body. Had a quick cremation all planned.

WILL
Well, the M.E. Didn't release it, right?

KAVANAUGH
Well, of course not, but it doesn't do much for the trust factor.

WILL
See, this just doesn't feel right. That's why I need to see the apartment.

KAVANAUGH
I'll call the wife, let her know you're coming.

WILL
Okay, thanks.

INT MEYERS RESIDENCE

MRS MEYERS
Please...



EDWARD
Please! Please! Dad? Dad! Let me out!

MRS MEYERS
Oh, god... oh, God. Oh...



HELEN
Who did he keep down there?

MRS MEYERS
It's not what you think.

WILL
What about Robbie? He got the brunt of it, didn't he? What did Glen call it? Discipline?

HELEN
In my experience, it's often a cover for cruelty.

WILL
He threatened you, didn't he?

MRS MEYERS
He... he said he'd take the boys, take Robbie and Edward, if I ever tried to leave him.

WILL
The file said that you didn't report Robbie as missing for almost five days.

MRS MEYERS
Glen didn't want to go to the police, in case Robbie showed up.

WILL
Then you'll appreciate how important it is I report any new evidence.

MRS MEYERS
But you... oh, ple... oh...

INT SANCTUARY

HELEN
Will, I wasn't entirely comfortable with you making it sound as if The Sanctuary were an arm of law enforcement.

WILL
Well, I had to push her to get at what she was hiding.

HELEN
The unravelling of who killed this man and why may well yield a treasure trove of information about this abnormality. But make no mistake, I will not help compound an injustice.

WILL
So, what are you saying? That we withhold evidence from the authorities?

HELEN
If it's in service of preserving an extraordinary life like Edward's or the mother who tried to protect those sons? You'd better know that I would.

WILL
Then I guess one of us is going to be uncomfortable. Either way, it's down to us to sort out what really happened, and that means finding Robbie.

HELEN
I've been thinking, Edward has a pixel-perfect record of his father's death.

WILL
He says he doesn't remember what happened.

HELEN
Well, he was able to retrieve one image from that night.

WILL
His father pointing the gun.

HELEN
You recall I was talking about the interpolation of data to make our memories complete.

WILL
Yeah.

HELEN
If we could get Edward to render key moments surrounding the fatal shot, Henry could program the computer to fill in the missing frames.

WILL
So we'd have a movie of the crime?

HELEN
Or as near as you can reconstruct from a person's memories.

WILL
Huh. There's just one problem. Edward doesn't want to remember.

HELEN
Let's get him down here; there's no harm in trying.

INT SANCTUARY ELEVATOR

EDWARD
Ah...



INT SANCTUARY HELEN’S OFFICE

HENRY
I've made up my mind. I saw the way that kid looked at me, and if he can see it, then it's not far from surfacing again. I want this thing gone.

HELEN
Despite the risks we've talked about?

HENRY
That would be correct.

HELEN
Very well; I'll schedule the surgery.

INT SANCTUARY HENRY’S WORK AREA

ASHLEY
Henry... I think about what you're about to do and it scares me.

HENRY
Well, you get a look at that thing inside me, it'll scare you even more.

ASHLEY
I just don't want to lose the Henry I know.

HENRY
Look, I'm not real thrilled about it either, Ash, but no matter what I do, I'm going to wind up different.

ASHLEY
Yeah, but, dude, maybe the abnormal different isn't as bad as you think it might be.

HENRY
Come on, Ashley, you're not talking to an amateur here. We've both seen the ugly side of the abnormal world up close.

ASHLEY
We've also seen its wonder. Its beauty.

INT SANCTUARY

HELEN
You said your father aimed the shotgun at you, and that you pulled it away and shot him. Can you show us that?

EDWARD
Mmm...



HELEN
Edward, this is a right hand. Why is it on the left side of the image?

EDWARD
Hmm...

WILL
This isn't your hand, is it, Edward? This right hand has a scar on it. Yours doesn't. I'm guessing this was Robbie.

EDWARD
No!

HELEN
It's all right, Edward.

HELEN
Was Robbie the one your father was threatening?

WILL
Your mom and dad issued a full description of Robbie when he went missing; this scar was one of the distinguishing marks.

HELEN
If he was the occupant of that little room under the floor, he'd have more than enough reason for payback...

EDWARD
I told you it was me!

WILL
Right now, they're this close to charging your mother for tampering with evidence, and that charge could turn to murder like that, unless we can...



HELEN
Edward! Edward...

WILL
It's okay. Robbie?

HELEN
Aahh! Edward, Edward...

WILL
You got him?

HELEN
Yeah.

INT SANCTUARY

ASHLEY
What's his condition?

HELEN
Still guarded. He suffered a Grand Mal seizure. There's still a threat of subarachnoid haemorrhaging.

WILL
I'm sorry. If I hadn't have pushed him so hard, none of this would've happened.

HELEN
No neurologic deficits have surfaced, but clearly now, we have to err on the side of caution.

WILL
What the hell did we see?

HELEN
The dark side to his power.

WILL
It's like his eyes were shooting out heat bursts.

HELEN
That would explain the scorch marks on the walls of that chamber.

WILL
What about the marks on Ruth?

HELEN
I can't imagine that Edward would have inflicted those, at least not intentionally.

ASHLEY
And if it was the husband?

HELEN
Maybe they weren't cigarette burns at all. The M.E.'s file said there was evidence that the father suffered seizures as well.

WILL
If the father was an abnormal, he probably passed it on to Edward.

ASHLEY
The father's abnormality was the burning eyes power.

WILL
Hey, what if he could sense when it was coming on?

HELEN
And had himself locked away to protect his loved ones, yes. Glen Meyers may have built that chamber for himself.

INT SANCTUARY

WILL
It's okay, it's okay, it's okay. Listen, I know I pushed you to places in your head that you weren't ready to go, and I'm sorry if...

EDWARD
You don't...have to apologize.

WILL
Is there anything I can get you?

EDWARD
My sketch pad.

WILL
I don't think that's such a good idea.

EDWARD
My Mom didn't do it. I can show them.

INT SANCTUARY HENRY’S ROOM

HENRY
So obviously, you don't agree with my decision.

BIG FOOT
Not for me to pass judgment.

HENRY
What would you do?

BIG FOOT
I'm not the one trying to purge his abnormal nature.

HENRY
But if you could.

BIG FOOT
Deny who I am? Why? I'm not ashamed.

HENRY
Well, I'm not suggesting you should be, but...

BIG FOOT
But what?

HENRY
I've spent a lifetime more or less human.

BIG FOOT
You have yet to discover your gift.

HENRY
You think turning into that mongrelized human is a gift? Okay, that thing between my teeth? That's my foot. I...

BIG FOOT
You only see the curse in it. Every gift comes with one.

HENRY
What's your curse?

BIG FOOT
Mm... now... you are on this journey with me. It's something you'll discover.

HENRY
Difference between you and me is, you can control your power.

BIG FOOT
Yeah. And in time, so will you. Now, get to work.

INT SANCTUARY

WILL
Now, if you feel the slightest bit uncomfortable, or you want to quit, just let me know, okay?

HENRY
I think I'm pretty much ready to go here, boss.

HELEN
Understand that the computer tries to maintain the laws of both physics and psychology when filling in the blanks. It's not without its flaws.



ROBBIE
Edward... Edward...

EDWARD
It's not safe. It's not safe out there.

ROBBIE
No, that's what he wants you to believe, but...

GLEN
You get away from him, Robbie. You're not taking him away! There's nothing out there but shame and hate. I know. I've seen it!

ROBBIE
It's different for me and Ed! He deserves a life!

GLEN
You get the hell out of here, Robbie!



GLEN
I never want you to experience the pain that I did. I'm so, so sorry!

ROBBIE
Dad... Dad! Dad, please, stop!



ASHLEY
Yeah, we still can't see whose finger's on the trigger. Robbie's body's blocking it.

HELEN
Just wait. There. The reflection in the mirror captured it all.



GLEN
Let go!

ROBBIE
Let go of the gun, Dad! Stop it! Stop it! Stop! Ah!



HELEN
Robbie lets go of the gun, and...



ROBBIE
Get back. Dad... let go of the gun! Stop it, please! Dad!



WILL
The father didn't have to pull the trigger. He ignited the charge directly with his eyes.

EXT STREET

KAVANAUGH
Hey, watch the car.

DRUNK
You watch it!

WILL
Did you bring the evidence?

KAVANAUGH
Missing persons, Robbie Meyers. Unsolved. Right there.

WILL
Look, I know you want answers...

KAVANAUGH
Yeah, tell me about it.

WILL
What's the matter?

KAVANAUGH
The case, our case, was pulled, erased, eradicated; everything…the files, crime lab, ballistics, everything. The coroner had to surrender the husband's body to a caravan of black four-by-fours.

WILL
Sent by whom?

KAVANAUGH
Whatever's happening here is way above my pay grade. Someone, someone powerful, finds Edward's family very, very important. What, too paranoid?

WILL
Welcome to my world.

INT SANCTUARY

WILL
For all we know, Robbie could be blaming himself for his father's death. We've got to try and find him. He could be hiding out of pure fear.

HENRY
You know, I understand that.

WILL
Magnus says you're, uh... going through with the surgery.

HENRY
Yeah. Listen, if I start growing man boobs, I'm depending on you to tell me.

WILL
Who knows, you might look good.



HENRY
Hey, this belonged to the boy, right? Robbie?

WILL
Yeah, I guess so. Why?

HENRY
Just wondering.

INT SANCTUARY

HELEN
Your mother should be here in a couple of hours.

EDWARD
What about Robbie?

HELEN
We're making every effort to find him.

WILL
Why were you so afraid to tell us what, in the end, you showed us?

EDWARD
Mom always said it would be the end of us all if the world ever knew about him.

HELEN
Well, you don't have to fear that now.



HELEN
Hello?

HENRY
Dr. Magnus, it's Henry.

HELEN
Where are you?

HENRY
I'm very close to Robbie Meyers.

EXT TUNNELS

HELEN
Henry said Robbie's been living down here all this time.



EDWARD
Robbie!

HENRY
I told you he'd be coming, didn't I?

ROBBIE
I've missed you so bad.

EDWARD
It's okay. We can both go home now. Mom's waiting.

HELEN
Will...



EDWARD
This is yours?

INT SANCTUARY HENRY’S ROOM

HENRY
Come in.

HELEN
You haven't forgotten about today, have you?

HENRY
Oh, I didn't forget. I just kind of changed my mind.

HELEN
You don't want to go through with the operation?

HENRY
No. No, I don't.

HELEN
May I ask why?

HENRY
I'm not sure if there is any one reason. I thought about Edward, Robbie, what I might contribute if I gave the powers a chance. I guess I thought about some butterflies. Wow, I can't believe I just said that.

HELEN
Neither can I. Doesn't sound like you.

HENRY
I guess you can say I'm a changed man.


THE END

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