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What's going on?
The police found a guy dealing out the pend. It was Stevie.
No, no way, he wouldn't do that.
The last time I was in here, I was completely out of order.
I'm an alcoholic, but I'm dealing with it.
You'll need to tell Raymond, cos he thinks I was dealing.
-No, no, he doesn't.
-Yes, he does, we all did.
-You owe me.
I was thinking about the future.
What, you really think any of us have got a future,
after what you've just done to that boy?
I've got the number.
Is there anything else I need to do?
Contact your insurance company, and if we find anything, we'll let you know as well.
-Robbie, everything all right?
-No, not really.
Will, this is the fifth time I've phoned you.
Why the hell are you not picking up?
-Look, it's urgent. Just phone me back, OK?
-We've been broken into.
I'd only just gone to work. They must have been waiting for me to go.
You should see the state of the place.
Drawers have been pulled out, things are everywhere.
Have the police finished in there?
I can't believe it.
Come on, I'll give you a hand to sort it out.
-We can clean this up.
-A total stranger has been in our home.
-Rooting through our stuff. Our personal things.
At least you weren't here when they broke in. You could have been hurt.
I suppose, but...I'm just never gonnae feel right in here again.
Hey, we can fix this, all right? Now, do you know what they've taken?
My computer, the games console. Other stuff too.
The police said I've got to come up with a list of everything.
I need to phone the insurance company and let them know what's happening.
If you give me the policy, I can do that for you.
Easier said than done. I don't know where it is.
I know I'm a dizzy queen, but Will took to do with all that stuff when we moved in.
I'll phone him again. Ask where it is.
Oh, I don't believe he's been so stupid.
MOBILE KEEPS RINGING
Well, at least now you now why he hasn't been returning your calls.
I'm going to kill him when he gets back from Manchester.
Why don't you phone the station? See if they can give you a number to reach him.
He should have it stored in here.
Now what's the matter?
-There's loads of missed calls from somebody called Edward.
I've never heard him mention anybody with that name before.
Look, you phone the police station, I'll make you a cup of tea, right?
And I'll put loads of sugar in yours.
-My gran always said it was good for shock.
Did you get hold of him?
Did you talk to Will?
What's the matter now?
He left for Manchester yesterday.
His boss just said that his meeting - or whatever it is -
isn't until this afternoon.
He could have just gone this morning. It's only a few hours on the train.
-Why didn't he?
-I don't know. Could be a hundred reasons.
I don't know. Maybe he was worried about being late. Trains break down.
-Right, the insurance stuff.
-What about it?
Well, we're gonnae have to turn this place upside down until we find it.
Come on. Get looking.
-You not eating that?
Don't worry, hen, I'd be nervous an' all, if I was in your position.
Listen, how do you think you've done in the exams?
-She'll have done brilliant.
-Let's hope so.
Otherwise, all the effort you've put into them would be a complete waste of time.
-Well, it's true.
If she fails, she'll end up in a dead-end job like you.
Think I'm more nervous than you. Hardly slept a wink last night.
Don't put more pressure on the lassie than she's already got. You'll do us proud.
-Would you like me and Bob to come to the school with you?
To get the results.
-It's all done online nowadays.
School said they'd be up later this morning, so I'm going to Nicole's.
-We're going to find out how we did together.
-You'll let us know the minute you do?
No matter what happens, whether you pass or fail,
I'm so proud of you, you know.
And that goes for all of us.
Hi. How are things?
I was only trying to help. Raymond...
All your little stunt did was make things a hundred times worse than they already were.
So what are we going to do?
You are going to do nothing.
Just go, now.
You should keep that side door locked.
Anybody could walk in here. Whisky?
We're not open yet.
< HE POURS A DRINK
You should just come behind the bar and pour your own drinks.
No point having a dog and barking yourself, is there?
What's it gonnae take?
For you to leave this pub and leave us alone, how much?
Everyone's got their price. I'm sure you're no different.
How much are you talking about?
I've got just over three grand in the safe.
It's yours. But only if you get out of my pub and leave my family alone.
I'll think about it.
As I've already told you three times,
I can't give you the policy number because I don't have the documents.
So even though I gave you my name and address, there's still nothing you can do?
Thanks for nothing.
-I'm gonnae kill him.
-It's not Will's fault you got broken into.
Aye, but it's his fault I can't get the ball rolling with the insurance.
Why's he done that? That drawer's locked.
-What do you mean, so?
-Why has he locked it?
-I don't know.
He must have personal stuff in there.
Personal stuff? As in secrets?
I have no idea.
Will and I are a couple. We're getting married in a few months.
I know you are.
So we shouldn't have secrets from each other.
It's that Edward again.
-I'm going to find out who this mystery man is.
Hung up without saying anything. I'm going to find out this Edward is.
-He's probably somebody from work.
-Then why not just say that?
-Why hang up?
-No, this is...
He hung up again.
-Don't try telling me this is all in my head.
-Where are you going?
Robbie? Please tell me you're not going to do what I think you are.
-Here, hang on a minute, I think you need to calm down a second.
Look, the phone calls and that locked drawer are a bit weird.
But so is smashing open your boyfriend's drawer.
If you do that, there's no going back from this.
I'll blame it on the burglars.
-I knew it.
There's an address for Edward.
-So? Isn't it obvious? Will must be having an affair.
-Maybe Manchester's a lie. He's probably with him now.
-Give me that.
-What are you doing?
-Trying to get you to see sense.
Maybe there is something going on, or maybe there's not.
But you're not helping matters by jumping to conclusions and smashing open drawers.
Take a break from this and get yourself back to work.
All that'll happen if you stay here is, you're going to get into a worse state than you already are.
-I need to speak to Will.
-I know you do. But his phone's here
-and he's in Manchester.
-Or he's in bed with Edward.
-Then there's nothing you can do about it!
Look, take a step back from this and think it through properly.
Then you can have it out with him when he comes home. OK?
-Anything in there to take my mind off Christina?
There's one here from the bank.
-I didn't realise we had so much in our savings.
We're not that far short of the target for our holiday now.
in a couple of months' time we'll be lying on a beach
with a cocktail in our hands.
It's all right for some.
What is it?
I was just thinking...
Seeing as we've got more saved up than we thought,
we might be able to get away a bit sooner.
-Aye, aye, so we could.
-We could have a look online now, see what deals the travel sites have.
Well, I've got to get to my work and so have you.
Come on, it will only take us five minutes.
I said I've got to get to my work, right?
We'll have a look when we get back home later. We'll have more time.
I'll see you later.
Know what I think?
Will's probably canoodling with his fancy man as we speak.
Robbie, I'm only joking!
What's the matter with you?
I cannae stop thinking about it all. Yous think I'm overreacting.
Of course you are. Why would he want an affair when he's got someone
-as cute as you at home?
You've got to admit it is a bit odd, though.
Not really. He locks his bedside drawer. So what?
Aye, that's weird.
No, it's not! Allow the guy a bit of privacy.
You're not joined at the hip.
Besides, the two of yous are getting married soon.
-Why would he cheat on you?
Suppose nothing. Now talk about something else.
Decided to sell the car.
SHE LAUGHS >
-What's so funny?
-Gina got her way, then?
Don't know what you're talking about.
I was with her the day you bought it.
-She said you were having a mid-life crisis.
-Gina doesn't know what she's talking about.
Looks like I hit a nerve there, eh?
I just need something a bit bigger, a bit more reliable, that's all.
-Are you OK?
-Yeah, of course.
So hopefully, I'll get a decent price for it.
Yeah, it's a tidy motor, no mistake.
I spent a fair wee bit, with the damage it had.
It was good enough on more that one occasion, if I remember rightly.
We've got this one, which is nice.
And I've also got...this one.
It's nice, isn't it?
I'll go with this one. >
Good choice. >
Where are you going?
-Off out somewhere.
-But what about your clients?
-You deal with them.
-Me? I'm not qualified!
-It'll be good practice.
But I'm off this afternoon. I'm getting my exam results.
It's fine. I'll juggle round his bookings.
He's not going to do anything stupid, is he?
Excuse me? Hey, Edward? So where's Will?
And don't try telling me he isn't here. I've not come all this way for lies.
Are you laughing at me?
Don't you dare laugh at me.
Tell me where my boyfriend is!
What the hell's going on?
Would you care to tell me why you're doing shouting your mouth off in my back garden?
Are you Edward?
I'm looking for Will.
I can deal with this now.
So is he here?
-But you do know him?
-Yes, I do, Mr...
Fraser. So where is he, then?
Maybe we should take this indoors.
What's going on? I know something's going on,
cos you've been calling him all morning - don't try and deny it.
I've been calling him, because he's my son.
-So, Mr Fraser...
-How do you know my son?
I'm his fiance. We're engaged.
Has he not mentioned me to you?
Why have you come here?
-It's all a bit of a misunderstanding, really.
Me and Will got broken into this morning.
-He's away in Manchester working on a case, and I can't get hold of him.
-I asked you why you were here.
Well, I won't go into details, but let's just say I put two and two together
-and came up with the wrong total.
-You should probably go, then.
Oh. Aye, that's probably for the best, eh?
Me and you haven't met under the best circumstances.
But it is really lovely to meet you.
You're his dad, you know what Will's like. Bit of a closed book.
He doesn't tell you anything, unless you really need to know.
Not that that's his fault or anything. Just if he was a wee bit more open...
-Maybe I'll see you again.
-No, you won't.
Look, I know we've not got off to the best of starts,
and that's my fault.
But I've apologised.
Unless you've got a problem with me?
I told Will from day one that I don't approve
-of his disgusting lifestyle.
The thought of my son being with another man
makes me sick to my stomach. I find people like you -
and my son - repugnant.
Had a dream about cheese on toast last night.
Can't stop thinking about it.
-I think I'll go to the Oyster and get some. Do you want anything?
-No, you're all right.
-Wish I was going on holiday.
-Why don't you?
With the pay cut I've had to take for the pleasure of working here?
I don't think so. Look at that beach. The sand looks golden.
-Bet you're looking forward to it, eh?
-Aye, can't wait.
You could sound a bit more enthusiastic.
-Do you not want to go or something?
-Och, no. I'm just a bit nervous about the flight.
Have you told Tatiana how you feel?
I mean, beach holidays aren't everybody's cup of tea, are they?
I don't know what you're talking about.
I'm really looking forward to it.
All right. Are you sure I can't get you anything from the Oyster?
-Nah, you're all right.
All right. Get me...no.
I'll just grab an apple.
Mmm. Fair enough.
Right, I need to get to work.
-Good luck, girls.
-Thanks, Mrs Brodie.
Well, I was going to wait until you got them.
But you deserve it anyway.
A hundred pounds?
But what if I fail them all?
Then you can just take them again. It doesn't matter.
You've worked hard, Nic. Me and your dad will be proud of you, whatever.
I just wish my dad was here, that's all.
I was glad to get out of the house before. Everyone fussing around me.
Even Molly was being nice.
My mum was the worst. Think she's more nervous than I am.
-Don't suppose you've heard from Christina?
No, have you?
Been doing a bit of shopping to try and take my mind off it all.
Take a look. Leyla told me about the offer in the chemist's.
-Buy one, get one free.
We'll need to go shopping as well. Get some shorts, things like that.
DOOR OPENS >
-Oh, Christina, I'm sorry.
Oh, don't you worry, pet. We're still proud of you, aren't we?
-Of course we are.
-And you can just sit the exams again.
-There's no need.
-What do you mean?
-I've passed them all.
-I have. I got five As!
-Oh, that's brilliant!
Oh, you beauty!
Make it a large one. Got something to celebrate.
The car has only been on sale for two hours, and I've already had a phone call about it.
Offering you the asking price?
Well, a bit below. But maybe I was chancing my arm anyway with what I was asking.
Or the person who's phoning you is trying to pull a fast one.
They sounded pretty genuine.
-If I was you, I'd wait and see if you got any more offers.
Because people aren't always what they seem.
They make out they're going to help you. Then they walk all over you.
-Come on, spit it out.
-Whatever it is that's bothering you.
Because I know something is.
But there is something?
I'm not sure of the exact date yet, but I'll need two weeks off.
As long as you arrange cover, I don't mind how long you take.
Mrs O'Hara, I'll see you in a minute.
Tattie, about that holiday.
I still don't see why it can't be a family thing.
-You, me, Bob and Christina would have a great time.
-I know we would.
So why can't we all go?
You know why. Because this isn't just a holiday.
It's about me and Bob. What with everything we've been through, we need some "us" time.
Why don't you pay for me and Christina to go away,
and you can have your "us" time in the flat.
Talking of Christina,
I thought we could have a special meal tonight to celebrate her exam results,
maybe some chilli. Could you pick up what we need
-on your way home?
-Mrs O'Hara, come through.
I've got myself into a bit of a mess.
What sort of a mess?
You and Eileen? How bad is it?
Bad. But it's not just that.
Any of you two gents want a drink?
-I'm fine, thanks.
Positive. We're just having a quiet chat, aren't we?
Is that right? Well, I won't disturb you. I'll leave yous two to it.
You were saying?
It clearly is.
It's just a domestic thing with me and Eileen. It'll all blow over.
I'm being stupid to make such a fuss about it.
He called you disgusting?
Looked at me like I was dirt. He said Will and I were repugnant.
And what did you say?
-You just stood there and took it?
-I was shocked.
I couldn't believe what I was hearing.
Will is his son.
How can you talk about your own flesh and blood like that?
Do you know what? That is absolutely unacceptable.
-What are you doing?
-Doing what I should have about half an hour ago.
No, it's Robbie. Your son - who you find disgusting -
is one of the nicest people you could ever wish to meet.
'God only knows how he's so nice with you as a father.
-'His mum must be a modern-day saint.'
Will's mother is dead. She died when Will was 17.
I didn't know that.
'I'm sorry - '
Will's mum's dead.
Died when he was younger.
He never told me.
I can't believe you don't know any of this.
I think I've just made things a hundred times worse.
-See you later.
Isn't that great about Christina's results?
-I know, she's a wee genius, isn't she?
-I'm so thrilled for her.
I was just thinking, how about we buy her a present?
Aye! What could we get her?
I thought I could leave that with you.
She's your daughter too. Just buy her something you know she'll like.
-But I'm stuck in here.
-I don't mind helping out.
Oh, now, where did I...?
-Just a wee card from me to her.
-That's so nice. Thank you.
-Bet you're looking forward to your hols.
-I'm counting down the days.
We're going to have a great time, aren't we?
OK, I'll do that. Bye.
That was the guy who's after the car.
Has he upped his offer?
-Just wondering if I'd come to a decision.
-And have you?
Hadn't had any more interest. Might as well just sell it to him.
Or you could play hardball. Why hand it to the guy on a plate?
If you think it's worth more than he's offering,
make him up the price.
Hi, Dad, you all right? Just got back from Manchester.
Thought we could go to the cemetery together if you haven't already been.
You know, for Mum's birthday. Is everything all right?
Not really, no.
Why, what's happened?
-I had a visitor today.
-Or should I say fiance?
-You heard me.
-I'm really sorry...
-You promised me that this would never happen.
I know. I don't know what he's playing at.
How did he even know where you lived?
I didn't ask for the sordid details.
What did he want?
He barged his way in here, looking for you.
I don't get it, he knows I was in Manchester.
From what I could make out from his hysteria,
he seemed to think you were having an affair.
-He was ranting and raving.
No, it's not. Don't say things like that.
This is my house and I'll say whatever I want.
Look, I don't know what happened to make him come here today
and I know you're upset, but Robbie's a fantastic guy.
I can't bear to hear you talk about him like that.
I love him.
I can't believe you're standing there saying that, on today of all days.
-It's your mother's birthday. She'd have been appalled.
-No, she wouldn't!
I know your mother better than you.
Mum was fine with me being gay. It was always you that had the problem with it.
Look, I've found someone that I want to share my life with.
Why can't you just be happy for me?
You promised me that you would never, ever bring this to my door.
-I know. And I've kept that promise.
Look, it's getting late. Let's just go to the cemetery.
I don't want to go with you.
Look, I know you're angry but this isn't my fault.
-I didn't know he was going to come here today.
-I want you to go, now.
Dad! Please don't be like this.
-We got broken into this morning.
What did they take?
Your mp3 player, my laptop, all our photos from that weekend at the loch, gone.
I don't even care about the computer but we'll never get that stuff back.
It was horrible, they wrecked everything. I'm so glad you're back.
Happen while I've been gone?
Nothing. Going for a shower.
I can't really be bothered cooking. Shall we just get a takeaway?
Pizza all right?
Know what I'd like more?
To know exactly what you were doing, going to see my dad.
Will, I can explain.
I'm listening. And it better be good.
Where did you say Bob was?
Gone to buy Christina a present.
I thought he'd have been back by now.
You know what my son's like. I mean, if it was you and me, it would take us ten minutes.
He'll be about an hour.
This must be him now.
What's all this?
-Special meal to celebrate your achievement.
-There's no need.
-There's every need. You've made me so proud today.
He had to pop out for something. He'll be back soon.
Have you been getting holiday brochures?
You don't mind not coming with us, do you?
I know it was meant to be a family thing,
but me and Bob just need some time together.
Don't worry about me.
Last thing I want is to be stuck on a romantic holiday
with the pair of you.
Right, this is all ready.
We have to wait for Bob.
Come on, it'll be ruined.
OK, let's start.
Where have you been? I was starting to worry.
Sorry, choosing the present took a wee bit longer than I thought.
-The one to celebrate you passing your exams.
Well, where is it, then?
-Is this what I think it is?
-Only one way to find out.
Do you like it?
Like it? I love it!
He's still not budging.
Tell him you've had a lot of interest in it.
Yeah...to be honest, a lot of people have been ringing about it.
In fact, the last guy offered the asking price.
I'm only calling out of courtesy, as you were the first to call.
You'll offer the asking price too?
(Make him pay over it.)
Well, that's two offers I've had.
If you fancy offering a bit more, I'll agree now.
Another 500? Excellent. It's a deal.
I was upset about the break-in. I wasn't thinking straight.
So you thought you'd go barge round my dad's house?
I didn't know he was your dad!
I tried to speak to you, but your mobile was here.
-I ended up phoning work and speaking to your boss.
-What did you say to him?
He told me you weren't due in Manchester till this afternoon,
so that sent my mind into overdrive.
-This isn't just my fault. If you'd be a wee bit more open...
-Don't you dare turn this around on me.
-It's the truth.
-So what were you doing anyway?
-You just can't help yourself, can you? The reason I left early
was because I wanted to check out a potential venue for the wedding, all right?
-Then why didn't you tell me?
Because it was meant to be a surprise.
I don't know what to say.
Don't say anything. You're pathetic.
-Just shut up.
You can't even let me surprise you, can you?
I try and do something nice and what happens?
You have to go and ruin it all.
I believe you've got something for me.
-A certain car I've just bought.
-You're the buyer?
-Well, I can go and get the keys, if you can pay now.
-Is cash OK?
Go on, then.
Go on then, what?
Nip upstairs and get the money.
You're accepting my offer?
You offered me three grand. I'll take three grand.
This ends it, then?
Are you ever going to stop this?
It's like you're trying to finish me off here.
I don't know how much more of this I can take.
Look, he's gonnae be back soon. Be a good boy and go and get my money.
I really am sorry. Look, I've totally messed up today.
But that's what happens when people aren't honest with each other.
-I told you, it was meant to be a surprise.
-That's not what I mean.
-Why didn't you tell me your mum was dead?
-Cos it doesn't matter.
Course it does.
Just like your dad being a crazy homophobic monster matters.
When was I meant to tell you that? On the first date?
"By the way, Robbie, me being gay turns my dad's stomach."
-Stuff like that matters.
-No, it doesn't.
-Course it does.
Everything was fine. Me and my dad had a pact.
I didn't mention being gay and he didn't ask.
-That doesn't sound healthy to me.
-Who cares what you think?
We had an understanding. It worked for the both of us.
Aye, well, maybe it's a good thing that I changed that.
-How can you sit there and say that?
-Because I think it's true.
You don't know what you're talking about.
You shouldn't have to change who you are just because of what he thinks.
He's a horrible, bigoted man.
He's my dad, and I love him! He's the only parent I've got left
and because of you, I've probably lost him as well.
Will? Will, come back here.
Robbie, I'm sorry.
The car's three-and-a-half.
I don't know what to say.
Just give me a call when you get this.
'I don't know what to say.
'Just give me a call when you get this.'
So? How did Will take it?
That well, eh?
Aye, I'm fine.
No, you're not. What happened?
Robbie, what is it?
Look, Deek, do me a favour. Don't be nice to me right now, OK?
How did Will react when he found out you'd been to his dad's?
He was really angry.
I don't want to talk about it right now, OK?
I'll see you later.
I've decided to go away for a bit.
I think it's probably for the best.
Give us both some time.
So, I'll see you in a few days, yeah?
OK. Bye, then.
I don't know where to start.
I am so, so sorry.
I jumped into something that was none of my business and...
and I made a complete and utter mess of everything.
I don't want you to feel as though
you can't speak to me about your family
because I overstepped the mark, cos you can.
I should've told you about my dad.
Yeah, but in your own time.
I had no right to force your hand.
I promise I'll never do it again.
All this relationship stuff is still so new to me.
We're still getting to know each other,
finding out about each other's lives.
There's bound to be blips, right?
But we can get over those,
because we love each other.
We're getting married in a couple of months.
What you did was wrong.
You didn't trust me enough to ask me about it,
you just stormed straight in.
But maybe that was my fault.
I should have known
I wouldn't be able to hide the stuff with my dad for ever.
I wish what happened before hadn't.
So do I.
But I pushed you to it, that was my fault.
I just don't want us to be like this.
I don't know what to do.
I do. You don't have to go away for a few days. You stay here with me.
I made a terrible mistake and I'll never do it again.
Will, when we're good, when we're together,
nothing can touch us.
When you're ready to speak, I'll be here to listen.
My dad...he bottles things up and blows his top too.
Clearly, I learned from example.
I tried, when my mum died, to open up to him properly, but...
And not just about being gay,
about my life and what I wanted to do.
But he didn't want to know. He just didn't care.
You're a good person.
I know that.
But you can't let what your dad thinks take over your life like this.
I love him, though.
Of course you do.
So what do I do?
That's down to you.
She's already got a perfectly good one.
Aye, but you know how fast technology moves these days
and the guy in the shop said
that was an all-singing, all-dancing one.
I meant get her a CD or a DVD. How much was it?
I might've spent a wee bit more than we'd planned.
Just tell me.
-Just over 400.
-Out of our holiday fund?
I know, I'm sorry. It means we're going to have to wait a wee while longer.
But I just wanted to do something nice for Christina. What?!
Why don't you just come out and say it?
That you never wanted to go on holiday with me.
I'm right, aren't I?
So, are you just giving up?
-What do you mean giving up?
-Looks like that to me.
You know as well as I do, it wasn't just a holiday.
It was about me and you reconnecting with each other.
-And you expect me to do that in a pair of swimming trunks?
Nothing, it disnae matter.
You've clearly have something to say, Bob.
-Just spit it out.
-Aye, all right. Look at the size of me.
Do you think I want to go on a beach,
surrounded by loads of young skinny people?
-You know how I feel about that.
-But I'm not psychic!
I wanted to help you feel better about yourself,
get healthy, but you wouldn't try.
If you'd told me how you felt from the beginning
I would never gone on about it being a beach holiday.
We could have gone anywhere.
We have to start being honest with each other Bob -
I want you to be able to talk to me about this stuff.
-Even if I did, you probably wouldn't listen.
-Trying to put the blame on me.
I don't want to be having this conversation any more.
All I was doing was trying to do something nice for Christina.
-Or do you not care about that?
-Don't you dare use Christina as an excuse!
Right, well, I'll take it back to the shop and get refund of the money.
We can't take it off her now.
Besides, you made her really happy.
That's all that matters.
Maybe in a few months, we can think about going somewhere else?
No point, really...
-OK, to open it up...
-What do you mean, open it up?
What do you mean? To open it - open.
-Oh, do you mean lift the lid?
Don't be cheeky.
-This is for your, sir.
-And I believe this is now yours.
What's he saying?
He won't listen.
This is Robbie.
The poison you've drip-fed Will his whole life ends now.
Unless it's to apologise for a lifetime's mistakes,
don't you ever call him again.
Please don't be angry with me.
Wish I'd had the guts to say that a long time ago.
-I love you.
-I love you.
It's been a real pleasure knowing all of you.
You've become like family to me and I'll miss you all.
It's pay day.
Sean will be after his cash.
-Could you get a hold of Charlene?
-She's no my problem, Gabriel.
See if find out you've been shootin' up, up in that flat,
a sore face'll be the least of your worries, right?
-You stay away from my family, all right?
You wanting put on the naughty step?
I don't know who you are any more.
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