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2014-04-02 10:32:01 AM  
This show is dildos.
 
2014-04-02 10:32:37 AM  
I thought that now that April Fools is over, we were going to stop seeing articles from the distant past.
 
2014-04-02 10:33:44 AM  
I think we're starting to get there, his skin looked like it was starting to rot last night and there was this nice x-ray shot.

media.comicbook.com
 
2014-04-02 10:39:50 AM  

stoicjohn: I think we're starting to get there, his skin looked like it was starting to rot last night and there was this nice x-ray shot.

[media.comicbook.com image 550x550]


Those were just burns from the car explosion.

Doesn't really matter how cool he might look on the inside if he looks like shiat on the outside.
 
2014-04-02 10:41:01 AM  
The author of TFA made a point to mention how Dethlok has been slowly being assembled/added to, and then doesn't take that into account later on when talking about how disappointed they are in regards to how he looks so far. I thought the episode wasn't too bad, but they were in dangerous territory when they started to do the "Let's rely on super special Skye!" bit.
 
2014-04-02 10:48:43 AM  
Well sure he looks like crap in the promotional image. He looked much better in the actual episode, with proper lighting and cinematography. The show might not have the biggest budget, but they know how to use it. Course the article is from 2 weeks ago, 2 weeks before the episode aired.
 
2014-04-02 10:49:59 AM  
This just in! TV shows which have to carry a character for years avoid having billions in CGI or costumes required for said character!

How shocking. It's almost as if they don't have the time or budget to continually show the character 'cyborged out' every time.
 
2014-04-02 10:50:20 AM  
Anyine else read that as "Dethklok" only to have their hopes for an epic crossover dashed against the floor like so much melon?


/put the boots to him. medium-style.
//walk home, clown!
 
2014-04-02 10:51:12 AM  
This article is also like 3 weeks old. Which means a single episode has happened since then. 

We started seeing his skin get knocked off last night, and the big Xray reveal that they did not than just pop in a new eye and leg.
 
2014-04-02 10:59:52 AM  
More like Agents of Skye
 
2014-04-02 11:00:47 AM  

stoicjohn: I think we're starting to get there, his skin looked like it was starting to rot last night and there was this nice x-ray shot.

[media.comicbook.com image 550x550]


there was some metal showing through on his forehead
 
2014-04-02 11:01:33 AM  

That Guy What Stole the Bacon: Anyine else read that as "Dethklok" only to have their hopes for an epic crossover dashed against the floor like so much melon?


Right? $12 for a black T-shirt and black jeans is doable if you shop at the outlets. The boots might be a bit pricier.
 
2014-04-02 11:02:49 AM  

drjekel_mrhyde: More like Agents of Skye


This. "OMG but what about Skye?" Said nobody outside of the show ever.
 
2014-04-02 11:07:14 AM  
They need to wrap up this dethlok story line so the audience can get a wholy Skye centric episode.  What she is thinking and feeling about beeing an agent of shield and goes into extreme detail about how it was like growing up without parents.  It will do wonders for the show given the actress' awsome range.
 
2014-04-02 11:11:11 AM  
Mar 18 2014 8:30 AM EDT

Way to be topical, DC fan boi submitter
 
2014-04-02 11:12:11 AM  

Saiga410: They need to wrap up this dethlok story line so the audience can get a wholy Skye centric episode.  What she is thinking and feeling about beeing an agent of shield and goes into extreme detail about how it was like growing up without parents.  It will do wonders for the show given the actress' awsome range.


April Fools was yesterday bub.

That said, can they just farking kill her off already? The show would improve greatly if they at least rotated who the plot of the episode centered around. I'm getting tired of hearing how special she is, and having damn near every other character in every other episode going on about it. Sheesh, they even had Paxton go on about how special she is.
 
2014-04-02 11:19:59 AM  
Deathlok was awesome last night.  They really got across how outmatched regular SHIELD agents are against true supervillains.
 
2014-04-02 11:20:53 AM  
So this Skye chick is Josh Wedon's Wesley Crusher?
 
2014-04-02 11:22:19 AM  

kroonermanblack: This just in! TV shows which have to carry a character for years avoid having billions in CGI or costumes required for said character!

How shocking. It's almost as if they don't have the time or budget to continually show the character 'cyborged out' every time.


That reminds me did people go nerdtard when they gave Victor "Cyborg" Stone similar treatment in Smallville?
 
2014-04-02 11:31:31 AM  

Farker Soze: So this Skye chick is Josh Wedon's Wesley Crusher?


That remains to be seen. At least Wesley eventually left the show. I honestly don't understand why the writers for the show have such a hardon for writing her as so important and special that everyone, including seasoned SHIELD agents fawn over her and her abilities. I honestly can't believe that an agency like SHIELD doesn't have at least a couple people with her capabilities.
 
2014-04-02 11:31:36 AM  

Brass_Robo: Well sure he looks like crap in the promotional image. He looked much better in the actual episode, with proper lighting and cinematography. The show might not have the biggest budget, but they know how to use it. Course the article is from 2 weeks ago, 2 weeks before the episode aired.


I went to see a Star Wars exhibit once where they had the original Vader costume.  It's so cheesy looking that if someone showed up cosplaying Vader in that you'd mock them.  It's amazing how lighting and good camera work can turn a sow's ear into a silk purse.
 
2014-04-02 11:32:21 AM  
It lacks zazz.
 
2014-04-02 11:33:11 AM  

Mentat: Deathlok was awesome last night.  They really got across how outmatched regular SHIELD agents are against true supervillains.


What?  The fact that he can beat them one on one when they are going full retard is showing that SHIELD agents are outmatched?  The only skills he showed is standing still and making dumb poses while rockets shoot from his hand or before running.

The smart shield agents disabled him instantly by hitting him with the electric guns in his bionic implants forcing him to run.  Why they didn't bring those guns when they WERE HUNTING him shows that none of these farking idiots deserve to be called agents.
 
2014-04-02 11:42:54 AM  

Dingleberry Dickwad: That remains to be seen. At least Wesley eventually left the show. I honestly don't understand why the writers for the show have such a hardon for writing her as so important and special that everyone, including seasoned SHIELD agents fawn over her and her abilities. I honestly can't believe that an agency like SHIELD doesn't have at least a couple people with her capabilities.


So... this is your first time watching a Joss Whedon show, hm?  He made a random mary-sue based off his personal sexual fetishes and puts the same character in everything he's done since  Angel finished.  You can see hints of the same annoying bullshiat in Buffy and Angel, too, but it's not as bad since he was working under thematic constraints (they were based off of the original movie and he couldn't toss all of it out).

The fact that he put it off as an "epic" storyline to develop in later seasons (which never happened) is actually the main reason Firefly is one of his best productions.  He went full-bore on it for the Serenity movie and the Dollhouse series and that's why both of those were pretty terrible despite the presence of some good supporting actors.

// He's got kind of a George Lucas thing going on, he's had some pretty dumb shows and bad writing saved by grab-bagging absurdly charismatic actors through pure damned luck.  Or, rather, he's good at writing large-group interaction but when he starts trying to develop individual character sub-plots he makes Uwe Boll look like a genius.
 
2014-04-02 11:55:58 AM  

That Guy What Stole the Bacon: Anyine else read that as "Dethklok" only to have their hopes for an epic crossover dashed against the floor like so much melon?


/put the boots to him. medium-style.
//walk home, clown!


c-c-c-c-c-yeah baby!
 
2014-04-02 11:57:47 AM  

Saiga410: They need to wrap up this dethlok story line so the audience can get a wholy Skye centric episode.  What she is thinking and feeling about beeing an agent of shield and goes into extreme detail about how it was like growing up without parents.  It will do wonders for the show given the actress' awsome range.


Oh goodness!
 
2014-04-02 11:59:25 AM  

Jim_Callahan: So... this is your first time watching a Joss Whedon show, hm? He made a random mary-sue based off his personal sexual fetishes and puts the same character in everything he's done since Angel finished. You can see hints of the same annoying bullshiat in Buffy and Angel, too, but it's not as bad since he was working under thematic constraints (they were based off of the original movie and he couldn't toss all of it out).


Ahh that tired old chestnut.

Buffy: Specifically about a girl with special abilities, yet regularly had episodes that focused on and developed the supporting characters

Angel: They did do this a bit with the Fred character, but they still managed to balance things out and make the rest of the cast interesting.

Firefly: Again, pretty well balanced. Yes River had special abilities, but few of the episodes we did get focused on her and we still got a balanced cast of supporting characters with interesting personalities.

Dollhouse: Never got around to seeing it so I can't really comment on that one.

AoS: All the characters constantly talk and fawn over Skye. Over halfway through the first season and most of the characters have yet to have any real development or even personality. Two of the main characters are cardboard cutouts of the "Badass" archetype, two are cardboard cutouts of "science nerds" and then we have Skye and Coulson, and Coulson was developed outside the show first.

Now of those 5 shows, 3 of them have had plenty of character and personality development of supporting characters in their initial seasons. I get what you're saying about the special characters, but in all of the earlier work that I have seen he's still managed to get the writers to write and develop more than just the special main character. That's not the case in AoS.

Don't get me wrong, I'm enjoying the show for what it is, but it's kind of sad to see it's potential wasted.
 
2014-04-02 12:12:58 PM  
Came to mention how horrible the show is mostly because of Skye, leaving satisified.

In contrast, Arrow is becoming better, on about 1/3 of the budget.  It's not great, mind you, but looks great in comparison to AoS.
 
2014-04-02 12:18:03 PM  

Dingleberry Dickwad: Dollhouse: Never got around to seeing it so I can't really comment on that one.


It's basically "hey, what if I wrote and entire show about River Tam exclusively?"  They had  huge problems with the supporting cast stealing scenes from the people that were supposed to be the main heroes/villains.  Probably not intentionally, the actors cast in the lead roles were just chosen too much on Whedon's ideas of who looked right and had little actual charisma.

Probably the most annoying part of this flaw in Whedon's work is that he defends his fetish-fuel characters as "strong female characters", which is pretty cringe-inducing.  If he was just going with "fark you, I like the mary-sue character, deal with it" it would actually be significantly less grating, it's the fact that he thinks that something universally known to be bad writing is somehow empowering or some shiat that makes the whole thing painfully dissonant.

That aside for the moment, I do actually think that "Agents" is trying to develop the cast as an ensemble with all the little one-off episodes about Fitz and Coulson and May and so on.  They're running into the difficulty of low-charisma actors and worse supporting writers, though... when they had their Fitz/Simmons episode, the pair the episode was "fleshing out" just kinda pottered around form scene to scene not really catching any more attention than usual.  Compare that to Jayne's 'special episode' in Firefly, where Baldwin managed to crank it up to 11 and dominate scenes he wasn't even in.
 
2014-04-02 12:18:35 PM  

Dingleberry Dickwad: Farker Soze: So this Skye chick is Josh Wedon's Wesley Crusher?

That remains to be seen. At least Wesley eventually left the show. I honestly don't understand why the writers for the show have such a hardon for writing her as so important and special that everyone, including seasoned SHIELD agents fawn over her and her abilities. I honestly can't believe that an agency like SHIELD doesn't have at least a couple people with her capabilities.


Wesley moved to Angel and became awesome.
Angel eventually became as much about Wesley as the title character.
 
2014-04-02 12:21:57 PM  

RyansPrivates: Came to mention how horrible the show is mostly because of Skye, leaving satisified.

In contrast, Arrow is becoming better, on about 1/3 of the budget.  It's not great, mind you, but looks great in comparison to AoS.


What saddens me is that Arrow gets like half the ratings of shield.  Maybe because it isn't advertised as well outside of the CW, or because it fills the same timeslot as american idol, but you would think that at least there would be more overlap, especially with how exceptional Arrow is compared to SHIELD atm.
 
2014-04-02 12:24:19 PM  
Jim_Callahan:

That aside for the moment, I do actually think that "Agents" is trying to develop the cast as an ensemble with all the little one-off episodes about Fitz and Coulson and May and so on.  They're running into the difficulty of low-charisma actors and worse supporting writers, though... when they had their Fitz/Simmons episode, the pair the episode was "fleshing out" just kinda pottered around form scene to scene not really catching any more attention than usual.  Compare that to Jayne's 'special episode' in Firefly, where Baldwin managed to crank it up to 11 and dominate scenes he wasn't even in.

I kinda feel like Fitz/Simmons are the only thing this show has going for it and have had any development whatsoever.
 
2014-04-02 12:24:45 PM  

Witty_Retort: Dingleberry Dickwad: Farker Soze: So this Skye chick is Josh Wedon's Wesley Crusher?

That remains to be seen. At least Wesley eventually left the show. I honestly don't understand why the writers for the show have such a hardon for writing her as so important and special that everyone, including seasoned SHIELD agents fawn over her and her abilities. I honestly can't believe that an agency like SHIELD doesn't have at least a couple people with her capabilities.

Wesley moved to Angel and became awesome.
Angel eventually became as much about Wesley as the title character.


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Jim_Callahan: Dingleberry Dickwad: Dollhouse: Never got around to seeing it so I can't really comment on that one.

It's basically "hey, what if I wrote and entire show about River Tam exclusively?"  They had  huge problems with the supporting cast stealing scenes from the people that were supposed to be the main heroes/villains.  Probably not intentionally, the actors cast in the lead roles were just chosen too much on Whedon's ideas of who looked right and had little actual charisma.

Probably the most annoying part of this flaw in Whedon's work is that he defends his fetish-fuel characters as "strong female characters", which is pretty cringe-inducing.  If he was just going with "fark you, I like the mary-sue character, deal with it" it would actually be significantly less grating, it's the fact that he thinks that something universally known to be bad writing is somehow empowering or some shiat that makes the whole thing painfully dissonant.

That aside for the moment, I do actually think that "Agents" is trying to develop the cast as an ensemble with all the little one-off episodes about Fitz and Coulson and May and so on.  They're running into the difficulty of low-charisma actors and worse supporting writers, though... when they had their Fitz/Simmons episode, the pair the episode was "fleshing out" just kinda pottered around form scene to scene not really catching any more attention than usual.  Compare that to Jayne's 'special episode' in Firefly, where Baldwin managed to crank it up to 11 and dominate scenes he wasn't even in.


Honestly I blame the writers more for the problems with AoS. I've seen Ming-Na in a few other things she's been on and she's always seemed a capable actress if she's given good material. The actor and actress that play Fitz and Simmons are fine, but they haven't been written for very well. The actress who plays Skye doesn't seem like she too horrible of an actress, but she's written poorly as well.
 
2014-04-02 12:26:56 PM  
I haven't watched last night's yet, but I assume Skye is still being gushed over and she's not dead.

Sigh...

I was hoping for something closer to Earth's Mightiest Heroes but with S.H.I.E.L.D., and what I got was "Everybody Loves Skye" but with the Scooby Doo gang of S.H.I.E.L.D..
 
2014-04-02 12:28:25 PM  

Nix Nightbird: I haven't watched last night's yet, but I assume Skye is still being gushed over and she's not dead.

Sigh...

I was hoping for something closer to Earth's Mightiest Heroes but with S.H.I.E.L.D., and what I got was "Everybody Loves Skye" but with the Scooby Doo gang of S.H.I.E.L.D..


Please, the mystery gang would have figured out the clairvoyant 10 episodes ago.
 
2014-04-02 12:30:41 PM  

Farker Soze: So this Skye chick is Josh Wedon's Wesley Crusher?


She's his Mary Sue.

It's frustrating because this was a pretty good episode apart from the bit where it ground to a complete halt for about five minutes while everybody talked about how wonderful and valuable Skye is (which incidentally is one of the classic identifying traits of a Mary Sue).

They also took yet another crack at throwing a Special Skill at Skye in the hope that something will finally stick -- apparently she's now uniquely gifted at pattern recognition. It's only a matter of time before they reveal that she's the lost heir to the Russian throne.

John Garrett is a really good addition to the show IMO (and not just because he's played by Bill Paxton). He fills a slot in the Five-Man Band that was missing (the Lancer), and he plays off Coulson well, to the benefit of both.

From last night's episode it looks like they could be shaping up to shed either Ward or May (or possibly both), which would be an improvement in the team dynamic, which would make room for Garrett. Now if they can just fix the Chick...

/My fanfic: Ward becomes mistakenly convinced that Skye is the Clairvoyant and kills her, before Garrett kills him. Then Coulson and Maye finally get a room.
 
2014-04-02 12:33:43 PM  

hammer85: RyansPrivates: Came to mention how horrible the show is mostly because of Skye, leaving satisified.

In contrast, Arrow is becoming better, on about 1/3 of the budget.  It's not great, mind you, but looks great in comparison to AoS.

What saddens me is that Arrow gets like half the ratings of shield.  Maybe because it isn't advertised as well outside of the CW, or because it fills the same timeslot as american idol, but you would think that at least there would be more overlap, especially with how exceptional Arrow is compared to SHIELD atm.


The good news for Arrow is that the expectations are lower at the CW; for them it is a ratings hit.
 
2014-04-02 12:39:36 PM  
Blackout is coming to S.H.I.E.L.D.  So I'm ok with them changing the costumes.

www.writeups.org
 
2014-04-02 12:43:28 PM  

RyansPrivates: hammer85: RyansPrivates: Came to mention how horrible the show is mostly because of Skye, leaving satisified.

In contrast, Arrow is becoming better, on about 1/3 of the budget.  It's not great, mind you, but looks great in comparison to AoS.

What saddens me is that Arrow gets like half the ratings of shield.  Maybe because it isn't advertised as well outside of the CW, or because it fills the same timeslot as american idol, but you would think that at least there would be more overlap, especially with how exceptional Arrow is compared to SHIELD atm.

The good news for Arrow is that the expectations are lower at the CW; for them it is a ratings hit.


Which is why Arrow has been a pretty much guaranteed renewal and AoS hasn't been yet.  But still . Assuming everyone who watches Arrow also watches SHIELD, what's stopping the other 3 million?  It can't be Skye, that's for sure, because Felicity is an infinitely more believable and likable character.
 
2014-04-02 12:58:02 PM  
Hey, here's a theory: Skye's superpower is in fact the ability to make people around her irrationally loyal, affectionate, and protective towards her.

It's consistent with everything we've seen so far, it explains the otherwise-inexplicable behavior of hardened SHIELD agents around her, and it even accounts for why an entire village of people plus a SHIELD team were willing to die to protect her.

Oh, and I'm about 99% certain that I first read this idea from some other poster here on Fark.

/Or maybe it's just bad writing...
 
2014-04-02 12:58:06 PM  

The Goddamn Batman: This show is dildos.


Just spit out my Duncan Hills Coffee and wasn't even drinking any.
 
2014-04-02 12:58:50 PM  

hammer85: I kinda feel like Fitz/Simmons are the only thing this show has going for it and have had any development whatsoever.


I'll give you they're the only ones with character development, but I don't think it's particularly  good character development.  The whole wimpy-nerd-learns-to-be-a-man subplot they've jointly got going on is about one makeover scene with spectacles being removed from being a Disney...

Oooooh.  Oh.  Right.

That makes a lot of sense now.
 
2014-04-02 01:07:18 PM  

Jim_Callahan: hammer85: I kinda feel like Fitz/Simmons are the only thing this show has going for it and have had any development whatsoever.

I'll give you they're the only ones with character development, but I don't think it's particularly  good character development.  The whole wimpy-nerd-learns-to-be-a-man subplot they've jointly got going on is about one makeover scene with spectacles being removed from being a Disney...

Oooooh.  Oh.  Right.

That makes a lot of sense now.


Also I'm getting relationship whiplash with those two. When Skye first arrived on the plane they seemed to be setting up Fitz  to have an unrequited crush on her while Simmons had a thing for Ward. Then Simmons would get all giggly whenever Mike Peterson took off his shirt. Then for a while it looked like they were going to pair off Fitz and Simmons as nature intended. And most recently Simmons seems to have a think for Tripp while Fitz gets jealous in the background.

And since that's apparently the only reason for Tripp to exist, I suspect that they are going to kill him off so that Simmons can get all traumatized maybe even leading up to a Break the Cutie.
 
2014-04-02 01:15:29 PM  

czetie: Hey, here's a theory: Skye's superpower is in fact the ability to make people around her irrationally loyal, affectionate, and protective towards her.


They already blew that twist (making her the Enchantress) by actually having Enchantress an antagonist in one episode.  If they did that they'd be running redundant power-sets.

Albeit that would be a pretty good twist since they were focusing on Asgard.  She randomly pulls off combat maneuvers when she isn't thinking about it, survives wounds she's not supposed to, takes a blood transfusion from a frost giant with no real ill effects, and everyone automatically mindlessly defends her from even consequences she deserves and praises her for virtues she demonstrably doesn't have.  If it turned out that all that was intentional and she was Lorelai with amnesia that would upgrade the show instantly from dim-witted to bloody clever.  Secret Asgardian is secret.

// Too bad that all us random assholes from the internet are all better writers than the actual writers.  Meh.
 
2014-04-02 01:23:51 PM  

czetie: Jim_Callahan: hammer85: I kinda feel like Fitz/Simmons are the only thing this show has going for it and have had any development whatsoever.

I'll give you they're the only ones with character development, but I don't think it's particularly  good character development.  The whole wimpy-nerd-learns-to-be-a-man subplot they've jointly got going on is about one makeover scene with spectacles being removed from being a Disney...

Oooooh.  Oh.  Right.

That makes a lot of sense now.

Also I'm getting relationship whiplash with those two. When Skye first arrived on the plane they seemed to be setting up Fitz  to have an unrequited crush on her while Simmons had a thing for Ward. Then Simmons would get all giggly whenever Mike Peterson took off his shirt. Then for a while it looked like they were going to pair off Fitz and Simmons as nature intended. And most recently Simmons seems to have a think for Tripp while Fitz gets jealous in the background.

And since that's apparently the only reason for Tripp to exist, I suspect that they are going to kill him off so that Simmons can get all traumatized maybe even leading up to a Break the Cutie.


I think you're reading a bit too much into it. I agree with everything up to the part where you mention Simmons getting giggly whenever Peterson took his shirt off (all of what? Once?) You can look at and appreciate a body you find sexually appealing without trying to have a relationship with the owner of the body. Then Tripp was hitting on Simmons and she didn't object and in fact seemed to like it, but that's about it. The bits with Peterson and Tripp are a bit flimsy to base a desire for a relationship on when they haven't shown Simmons reciprocating at all.

Also, I kinda figured Tripp and Paxton's characters are there to show the audience that not all the badasses need to be emotionless cardboard cutouts like Ward and May.
 
2014-04-02 01:26:42 PM  

czetie: Hey, here's a theory: Skye's superpower is in fact the ability to make people around her irrationally loyal, affectionate, and protective towards her.

It's consistent with everything we've seen so far, it explains the otherwise-inexplicable behavior of hardened SHIELD agents around her, and it even accounts for why an entire village of people plus a SHIELD team were willing to die to protect her.

Oh, and I'm about 99% certain that I first read this idea from some other poster here on Fark.

/Or maybe it's just bad writing...


like she's the half daughter of Lorelei?
 
2014-04-02 01:27:36 PM  
Odds are that ABC won't pull the plug on this hugely expensive show that has lost over half of its audience. more likely they'll retool it for next season (that ALWAYS works!!!), and let it die then.
 
2014-04-02 01:28:31 PM  
Dingleberry Dickwad:Also, I kinda figured Tripp and Paxton's characters are there to show the audience that not all the badasses need to be emotionless cardboard cutouts like Ward and May.

That's not entirely fair.  The guy playing Ward couldn't act his way out of a paper bag, true, but May's actually makes her emotional state and opinion pretty clear on most things.  I think it's more that May's character is the one genuine professional on the team than that she's intended to be emotionless, she frequently clearly thinks they should be doing something else but does her job anyway because of chain of command.

A good actress makes a lot of difference there.  I think Ward is intended to be the opposite (someone that wears their cowboy-cop on the outside but is a team player on the inside) but it just doesn't come across because the acting is bad.
 
2014-04-02 01:28:38 PM  

loonatic112358: czetie: Hey, here's a theory: Skye's superpower is in fact the ability to make people around her irrationally loyal, affectionate, and protective towards her.

It's consistent with everything we've seen so far, it explains the otherwise-inexplicable behavior of hardened SHIELD agents around her, and it even accounts for why an entire village of people plus a SHIELD team were willing to die to protect her.

Oh, and I'm about 99% certain that I first read this idea from some other poster here on Fark.

/Or maybe it's just bad writing...

like she's the half daughter of Lorelei?


Don't give those idiot writers any damned ideas!
 
2014-04-02 01:31:10 PM  
Maybe if the schedule hadn't been dicked with so much the rating might be higher, they seemed to have spiked arounbd thanksgiving, then sat in the same range for the last few months
 
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