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RE: Sorkin coming back to TV! Rejoice! - 17/2/2006 2:37:23 AM   
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Sharkboy, that's it sent. Sorry it took me so long to notice, you posted just before me so I didn't see it!
 
Wrath, it seems to make the most sense that Bradley Whitford is up for the role of Danny. I think he's wrong for it, but I do love him as an actor.

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RE: Sorkin coming back to TV! Rejoice! - 17/2/2006 8:57:57 AM   
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Woohoo! Cheers BD!

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RE: Sorkin coming back to TV! Rejoice! - 18/2/2006 12:43:12 AM   
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Im actually really looking forward to this show. Just started watching The West Wing and liking what I am seeing. This could be the show of next 'fall'

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RE: Sorkin coming back to TV! Rejoice! - 18/2/2006 12:47:31 AM   
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A poster at TWoP says Sarah Paulson has been cast as Harriet Hayes. No official confirmation, sure we'll find out soon though.
 
No-one fails to fall for TWW when they watch! There's nothing I've seen that looks like it will rival Studio 60 - at least on paper, there could be a few surprises.

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RE: Sorkin coming back to TV! Rejoice! - 18/2/2006 9:23:13 AM   
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I know most people will have never heard of him, but Tom Cavanagh from Ed would be just perfect as Danny (Bradley Whitford's a touch old for the character isn't he?) and his current show has just been cancelled (after a mere three episodes ).



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RE: Sorkin coming back to TV! Rejoice! - 18/2/2006 11:02:27 AM   
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ORIGINAL: Captain Black

I know most people will have never heard of him, but Tom Cavanagh from Ed would be just perfect as Danny (Bradley Whitford's a touch old for the character isn't he?) and his current show has just been cancelled (after a mere three episodes ).

Apparently, The CW Network is interested in Love Monkey...

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RE: Sorkin coming back to TV! Rejoice! - 26/2/2006 9:03:23 PM   
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Some strong rumours that Bradley Whitford has signed on the dotted line. No word on who he is playing, though Danny Moore seems the only viable choice (unless he's playing a regular character not introduced in the pilot, which I'd really like).
 
Hope we get some form of official confirmation this week - with both Paulson and Whitford strongly rumoured it'd be nice to know for sure they're involved.
 
Oh, and the character of Martha Moyer has apparently been dropped from the pilot, though it's likely she'll be introduced a couple episodes in.

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RE: Sorkin coming back to TV! Rejoice! - 26/2/2006 11:41:27 PM   
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Please may Whitford join. Please. Please. Please.

I don't know whether you can tell but I'm a bit of a fan of Bradley Whitford

Btw, any chance you could pm the whole script for the show Barefoot? I don't think reading the whole pilot will ruin the series for me.


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RE: Sorkin coming back to TV! Rejoice! - 27/2/2006 12:36:06 AM   
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Underscore, I can't add an attachment to a PM so I'll need your e-mail address - maybe you can PM me with it?
 
And it definitely won't ruin the show for you - the show will probably alter a lot before it's shown. If anything, reading the pilot script makes me look forward to the show more and I feel like I know the characters already.

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RE: Sorkin coming back to TV! Rejoice! - 27/2/2006 2:04:42 AM   
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ORIGINAL: Barefoot Doctor

Underscore, I can't add an attachment to a PM so I'll need your e-mail address - maybe you can PM me with it?
 
And it definitely won't ruin the show for you - the show will probably alter a lot before it's shown. If anything, reading the pilot script makes me look forward to the show more and I feel like I know the characters already.


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RE: Sorkin coming back to TV! Rejoice! - 28/2/2006 11:34:30 AM   
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Good news guys - Bradley Whitford is confirmed as Danny Tripp (no longer Danny Moore).
 
Also confirmed is the casting of Sarah Paulson, who will play Harriet Hayes. I just watched Serenity last night and Paulson has a cool role as the hologram on Miranda who spills the big secret and is killed by Reavers. She's also on Season 2 of Deadwood as Miss Isringhausen.

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RE: Sorkin coming back to TV! Rejoice! - 1/3/2006 1:06:22 PM   
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quote:

Good news guys - Bradley Whitford is confirmed as Danny Tripp (no longer Danny Moore).
 
Also confirmed is the casting of Sarah Paulson, who will play Harriet Hayes. I just watched Serenity last night and Paulson has a cool role as the hologram on Miranda who spills the big secret and is killed by Reavers. She's also on Season 2 of Deadwood as Miss Isringhausen.


Awesome news. I think Perry and Whitford will bounce off each other wonderfully.

Good to see another Whedon/Sorkin cross over to go with Carlos.

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RE: Sorkin coming back to TV! Rejoice! - 3/3/2006 10:11:28 AM   
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Interesting name that Sorkin is rumoured to want for Wes:
 
Mike Nichols - Director of 'Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf', 'The Graduate',  'Catch 22', 'Closer', 'Angels in America' and 'The Birdcage'.
 
I didn't know this but apparently he was a renowned comic actor in his younger years, aswell as a dramatic one.
 
Interesting choice I think!

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RE: Sorkin coming back to TV! Rejoice! - 3/3/2006 11:37:36 AM   
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what amused me more is that someone on the Ain't it Cool talkbacks suggested Chevy Chase as Wes... Would certainly be interesting to see him doing that...

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RE: Sorkin coming back to TV! Rejoice! - 23/3/2006 12:55:59 AM   
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The latest:
 
Mike Nichols turned down the role of Wes due to scheduling issues. Apparently Sorkin is scrambling to get someone for the part, but it still looking for a comedy giant (I think Steve Martin).
 
Also, Joshua Malina may have a role in the show. He was apparently overheard discussing it, but nothing near official yet. Don't think he'll be in the pilot, maybe hired by Matt and Danny in the second episode once they get settled in?

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RE: Sorkin coming back to TV! Rejoice! - 30/3/2006 1:15:37 PM   
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Wes Mendell has finally been cast! Someone over at TWoP was an extra while shooting the pilot so got to see the opening scene filmed. The poster is reliable and has done some set reports for TWW in the past.
 
Playing Wes is Judd Hirsch:
 
    
 

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RE: Sorkin coming back to TV! Rejoice! - 30/3/2006 5:23:26 PM   
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Very good choice, he was great in Taxi and his various film roles, esp. as Jeff Goldblum's dad in Independence Day.

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RE: Sorkin coming back to TV! Rejoice! - 30/3/2006 6:47:51 PM   
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Excellent news - he should really be able to pull it off. Let's hope for an early leak of the pilot!

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RE: Sorkin coming back to TV! Rejoice! - 31/3/2006 1:50:50 PM   
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I thought a few of you would enjoy this. It's a set report from someone who attented the last 2 days of shooting. Spoilers I guess!

Day 1

Too excited to sleep, so posting. Just got done with a day's work on Studio 60. Saw Felicity Huffman. Also that bald guy who clashed with Toby back in season three or so, and the guy who reportedly played the "pool guy" on Seinfeld (I haven't seen the episode myself, not a Seinfeld fan). Not sure how big their parts are or what the names of the characters are.

Probably the most interesting thing to report is that Judd Hirsch is playing the guy who wigs out on air. Last I checked, people were curious about that. Sorry if this is old news. I didn't see either of "the boys."

But I did have a wonderful view of Tommy Schlamme doing his thing in a white baseball cap, sport coat and jeans, and Sorkin standing around like, well, a writer on a movie set, to quote Josh Lyman. He was also in a sport coat and jeans, and I hope it's not too out of line to say he made it look gooooooooood. Sorkin seems to have forgotten how little he is needed during shooting, because he commented wryly aloud a couple of times on how useless he was. But he simply would not leave the set! He was in a great mood, seemed boyishly excited, and took Schlamme aside a couple of times for an enthusiastic tete-a-tete, complete with expansive gestures. Schlamme did not seem to be "humoring" or "tolerating" him, but really seemed happy to have him there. It's a real joy to see those two together, like watching an old married couple.

Day 2
 
Just finally settled in from a FOURTEEN HOUR work day. I put that in all caps so the 9 to 5ers can be shocked... most who work in movies or TV will be like, "Ehh."

So um, yeah.

Aaron Sorkin has either put a gun to his head or won himself some new shiny award-shaped things. I know this and I've only seen about maybe 3-4 pages of script being shot. Yes, it's taken them 2 days to shoot 3-4 pages. But who am I to question the Schlamme.

Actually, the only thing I question about Tommy Schlamme at this point is where his "off switch" is located, because he's almost Stepford-scary in his relentless optimism, kindness and good cheer, even at 3:30 in the morning when everyone else is beginning to resemble the living dead. He's still worrying about getting crew members' names right, still cracking jokes, still smiling. HOW. SOMEONE EXPLAIN.

Of course, someone did turn to me at about 2:30 a.m. and notice I was bouncing.
Person: Aren't you tired at all??
Me: Are you kidding? I want to give Aaron Sorkin a big wet kiss right now.
Person: ...

But see, they'd just done The Speech. And though it may very well doom Studio 60 to a lifespan of about 10 minutes, it was worth it just to be there and see it performed live. There's a problem with writing stuff that's supposed to be dangerous and shocking enough to get a guy fired... it's um, dangerous and shocking enough to get a guy fired. Oh, I'm sure it's pretty tame to the Sopranos crowd, but can you REALLY get away, on a major network, with calling a fictional network called "NBS" a whorehouse, its programming pornography (and not even good pornography!) and the viewer's remote control a crack pipe? You should have seen the dropped jaws on some of those innocent extras, who'd been bored out of their skulls for 12 hours and now THIS. But the kicker to me was when the guy next to me (who'd been all "Aaron who" and "Schlamme what" when I explained why I was there) said, "Wow. I never watched the West Wing but I can see why you like this Aaron Sorkin guy."

Of course he said it with kind of a deer-in-headlights look.

What else - most of the first 12 hours was just reshooting the same 2-3 minutes over and over and over and over and over again. Not quite sure what that was about. Most of the action (an argument between Wes and some executives) was going on way off to the side where I couldn't see.

Sorkin was there at the beginning of the work day as well - he came in and gave D.L. Hughley a big hug (and received a subtle, good-humored "wtf" look in response). Sorkin is very huggy. He sat around and watched the action for a while, then went off to do whatever it is writers do.

Anyway, I'm going to do my best to beg and plead anyone involved to let me be a regular extra on the show, though my chances are pretty slim as I'm not a favorite at Central (they don't know me from Eve). I hope that audiences are brave enough to sit through the speech (which is basically the very beginning of the show), take the criticism of their beloved pastime in good humor, and keep watching to find out how Sorkin plans to make it up to them tenfold.

 
Day 3
 
Well this feels like an early night! And yes, smokeless, you are correct, I am sleep-deprived. Lightheaded, giddy, staggering. But sooooooo happy. Today was my last day on Studio 60 unless I get booked again. So, without further ado, the highlights.

Judd Hirsch nailed his speech in the reshoots. The first time he delivered it in its entirety today, the entire room went bonkers the minute they yelled CUT. Applause, cheering. I can't tell you how rare that is on a TV set. And then he did it two or three more times, and AGAIN everyone went nuts. The combination of Sorkin's merciless key-lashing and Hirsch's unflinching delivery was like a punch in the chest. Exhilarating, shocking, freeing. There is no way it could be that electrifying through a TV screen, and so I count myself sublimely grateful that I was able to be there.

But the thing that amazed me most was what it did to our audience. During the shooting days, Sorkin floats in and out of the set like a friendly ghost, but unfortunately he wasn't standing near me when he should have been, when the girl behind me (a Sorkin newbie) said, "They need to run that speech on television every night, until every last reality show has been taken off the air." People were talking behind me, and for once I didn't want to tell them to shut up, because they weren't talking about how hungry they were or when were we going to wrap... they weren't even talking about how great the show was... they were talking about television. In general. What was wrong with it, how low our standards have become, etc. He did this to them. He did this.

Ladies and gentlemen, someday, when someone asks me what The Moment was when I decided that I was expend every last breath in my body in pursuit of a job in TV writing... that was it.

Anyway, if that wasn't enough of a smack high, at around 8 p.m. Sorkin wandered over to stand about ten feet from me, looked up into the audience, and said that he wanted to thank all of us for working hard and for staying up so late... to let us know that we were appreciated. I got a "thank you" out, which he didn't hear, but hey, at least I can't say now that I've never said two words to Aaron Sorkin.

In other news, I glimpsed Matthew Perry tonight from a distance for a few moments, looking spiffy and charming in a black trench coat. I also got to overhear Judd Hirsch goofing off a lot, and observed that there already seems to be a rapport developing between cast members. Lots of hugging and patting and slapping on the back - a very tactile cast and crew in general. Just a joy to watch and be around.

Poor Schlamme seemed at last to be succumbing a bit to exhaustion - he actually got a little snippy a couple of times! But of course, that was only a couple of times during a long, long day. And his sense of humor was definitely intact. Even when he was about to go postal, he managed to defuse it with the joke that everyone involved in the production was soon going to look like Evan Handler (bald, I'm assuming from stress). Also, when I came back from lunch, for inexplicable reasons, Schlamme was relaxing in front of the fake oval office desk, and across the desk from him was an animatronic chimp. Whichever camera is hooked up to the various huge screens on the set was pointed right at the chimp, and it was both creepy and funny to see that mechanized grin, those eyes rolling back and forth. I have no idea where it came from or why it was there, other than that these people are insane. But Schlamme looked for all the world like he was just having a chat with the thing.

No more spoilers today I'm afraid, as all they shot was the speech. I have no idea why they've taken three days to shoot about 5 minutes' worth of script, but I guess it will all become clear.


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RE: Sorkin coming back to TV! Rejoice! - 5/4/2006 1:40:07 PM   
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imdb has matt perry ('friends') as 'Matt Albie'?

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RE: Sorkin coming back to TV! Rejoice! - 5/4/2006 1:43:09 PM   
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Major roles
Danny Tripp (Bradley Whitford) is a director who takes over show running duties with Matt Albie. He has a history of drug problems as seen in the pilot script. Whitford won an Emmy in 2001 for his portrayal of Josh Lyman on The West Wing.
Matt Albie (Matthew Perry) is an ex-writer for Studio 60 who is asked to return with Danny Tripp to the show when executive producer Wes Mendell is fired. Perry is most famous for his role as Chandler Bing on the sitcom Friends, although he has received Emmy nominations for guest starring on Sorkin's The West Wing.
Jordan McDeere (Amanda Peet) is the recently-promoted president of Studio 60's fictional network UBS. She is described in the pilot as an "instantly likeable 30-something" and "someone whom every man's wife can find an irrational reason to hate;" she is responsible for the hiring of Danny and Matt.
Harriet Hayes (Sarah Paulson) is an "effortlessly sexy", "multi-talented" performer and one of the "Big Three" main stars of Studio 60. In the pilot she and Matt have recently ended a romantic relationship.
Tom Jeter (Nate Corddry) is another of the show's main stars. According to the pilot, "when he's not crafting a joke in his head, he's not sure what he's supposed to be doing".
Simon Stiles (D.L. Hughley) is the final member of the "Big Three". He attended the Yale School of Drama. Tom and Simon are united by their "mutual respect, their dedication to their show and nothing else".
Jack Rudolph (Steven Weber) is the chairman of the fictional network NBS and Jordan's boss. He fired Matt and Danny from Studio 60 four years prior to the pilot and reluctantly allows Jordan to rehire them.
Cal (Timothy Busfield) is the control-room director of Studio 60. In the pilot he allows Wes to rant unscripted for almost a minute on live TV, despite threats from network executive Jerry. Busfield had a recurring guest role on The West Wing and will also serve as producing director on the show.
Ron Oswald (Evan Handler) and Ricky Beck (Carlos Jacott) are the current co-executive producers of Studio 60. In the pilot they are portrayed as "hacks" and command little professional respect from the stars of the show.
Karen (Kris Murphy), known as Martha Moyer in the original of the pilot, is a journalist; in the same draft, Jordan predicts that she will "win a Pulitzer Prize within three years". She seems to have been initially devised as a romantic interest for Danny, attending the Writers Guild Awards as his date, but the two characters do not appear to be together in later revised drafts.
Wes Mendell (Judd Hirsch) begins the pilot as Executive Producer of Studio 60. His power is dwindling and he's becoming furious with the network for bowing down to the FCC and religious groups.
One main role is still to be cast, that of Wilson White.

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RE: Sorkin coming back to TV! Rejoice! - 9/4/2006 1:26:50 AM   
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quote:

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imdb has matt perry ('friends') as 'Matt Albie'?


Yup and I'm sure he'll be great in the role. He was solid in his West Wing episodes, but I think he'll be a lot better on Studio 60 because it's been a couple years since he finished playing Chandler (when he did TWW I think he was trying too hard not to be Chandler, who was really just an extension of himself).

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RE: Sorkin coming back to TV! Rejoice! - 12/4/2006 4:45:22 PM   
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First pic! The guys are looking a little rough:
 


I guess they're making Bradley Whitford wear glasses to try and differentiate Danny Tripp from Josh Lyman. It's strange, but for some reason when I look at that photo I honestly don't think of Josh. And Perry looks very un-Chandler like.

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RE: Sorkin coming back to TV! Rejoice! - 12/4/2006 7:53:34 PM   
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I think its the best move a post-Friends actor has made, with the possible exception of David Schwimmer appearing on Curb Your Enthusiasm! Tho he kinda played a variation of his Ross character in that. I hope C4/More 4 snaps this up! 

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RE: Sorkin coming back to TV! Rejoice! - 14/4/2006 7:32:03 PM   
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My anticipation for this show has hit rock high after watching more West Wing episodes! No one writes like Sorkin does! I should really update that "I've Just Bought The West Wing" thread! Two Disks into Season 4 and I've never seen better!

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RE: Sorkin coming back to TV! Rejoice! - 3/5/2006 11:19:52 AM   
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This show is going to be incredible. I can't wait.

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RE: Sorkin coming back to TV! Rejoice! - 5/5/2006 12:03:24 AM   
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While there was little doubt, NBC have today officially confirmed that Studio 60 will be on the fall schedule.
 
Happy days!

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RE: Sorkin coming back to TV! Rejoice! - 9/5/2006 9:48:16 AM   
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next. Because we came out of the cave and looked over the hill and we saw fire; and we crossed the ocean and pioneered the


Good news. God knows when it'll hit the UK.

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RE: Sorkin coming back to TV! Rejoice! - 9/5/2006 5:55:04 PM   
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I imagine Channel 4/More4 will be looking to purchase this one. Whoever purchases it, it should be a smart buy.

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RE: Sorkin coming back to TV! Rejoice! - 9/5/2006 6:07:38 PM   
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From digitalspy.co.uk http://www.digitalspy.co.uk/article/ds32663.html
 
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Studio 60 has now been formally confirmed by NBC for next season, and I'm fairly certain a UK deal will be announced at the LA screenings at the end of this month. That's if it hasn't been picked up on the sly already - I'm told that several broadcasters (including C4) are getting in there extremely early and doing deals for shows which haven't been commissioned beyond the pilot yet.

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