Watching. At the concert, Cochran has a change of heart and offers to represent Chef pro bono. Probably another undercover alias…like "Yolanda, "Sergeant Yates wife, Maggie, debuted back in Season 8's "The Jeffersons". Towelie, a possible candidate, was said to be "high all the time" and therefore unreliable. He was so emotionally abusive to Satan during their relationship that Satan ultimately exiles him to Heaven. He also played a very prominent role in the 2015 episode "Naughty Ninjas" . and "The China Probrem"). He temporarily adopted Sparky, Stan's gay dog, who had run away from home. In the episode "Korn's Groovy Pirate Ghost Mystery", Maxi, in his hatred of Halloween, kills many South Park citizens in order to convince people that Halloween is evil. The mayor appoints Randy to solve the combustion problem. Like Dr. Moreau, Dr. Mephesto creates strange creatures with his talents, such as animals with multiple buttocks. Random Episode. Tegridy Farms. The legendary singer, who died in 2008, voiced the Chef character in 136 episodes between 1997 to 2006. 02:14. After being wrongly accused of abducting the Princess of Canada, Scott helps in her rescue from Tooth Decay and is awarded the Canadian Medal of Courage. In response, the creators invented Terrance and Phillip to demonstrate just what a show that was indeed all fart jokes would be, and made it even more poorly animated. [10], The term has also seen use in political commentary; Ellis Weiner wrote in The Huffington Post that Dinesh D'Souza was using the Chewbacca defense in criticism of then-new Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi, defining it as when "someone asserts his claim by saying something so patently nonsensical that the listener's brain shuts down completely". In addition to making cultural references, they also try to instill fear and hatred by asking people if they remember such things such as "when there weren't so many Mexicans," "feeling safe," and "when marriage was just between a man and a woman.". Al rejects this, saying that he knows the Scouts are still good men, and since the Scouts are a private club, they should have the right to exclude people if they choose to, just as he has the right to express himself as a gay man. during certain situations; he also appears to be ignorant and insecure. They are organized in a way similar to the mafia and led by an aged "don" berry who plans to bring back "the real Stormtroopers" (as opposed to "those Stormtroopers"). They perform a shaman-esque ritual to exorcize Kenny's soul from Cartman's body. Lu Kim's actual identity, Dr. William Janus, appears in the episode "City Sushi". 11:37. Collections. Forum. Bedrager makes a deal with Hillary Clinton to shut down TrollTrace in exchange for Gerald and other trolls he's associated with. During live production of the face-off between Ned and Jimbo vs. the children on Jesus and Pals, a brawl erupts between the guests and audience. In "Miss Teacher Bangs a Boy", he initially takes no action when it is reported that Ike Broflovski's kindergarten teacher is having sex with him, because he finds the idea of a female teacher having sex with a male student alluring. Yates was often seen with his gray-haired partner Detective Mitch Murphey, voiced by Matt Stone. Bob's first appearance was in "Terrance and Phillip in Not Without My Anus". For the first season episode, see, Season 3 episode "Spontaneous Combustion", CS1 maint: bot: original URL status unknown (, Season 19 episode "The City Part of Town", He is referred to as such at the end of ". News. Sparky (voiced by George Clooney)[24] is Stan's dog. Moses, the Jewish prophet, appears in "Jewbilee" as the focus of a ritual in which Jews make macaroni pictures, popcorn necklaces and soap carvings at a Jewish scout camp. [29] Keeping with Chinese stereotypes, Tuong is depicted in the episode "Child Abduction Is Not Funny" as an expert at building walls, and displays anti-Mongolian[30] and anti-Japanese sentiments. He is voiced by Trey Parker. Satan engages in a brutal fight with ManBearPig, ending in Satan's death and subsequent ascension to Heaven. Lu Kim first appeared in the episode "Jared Has Aides," though his name was not given until "Child Abduction Is Not Funny." Episodes & Videos . 10/29/1997. Terrance and Phillip are a comedy duo from Canada who appear on The Terrance and Phillip Show, which is frequently watched by Stan, Kyle, Cartman and Kenny. Priest Maxi[5]) (voiced by Matt Stone) is a Catholic priest. God is portrayed on South Park as a small hippopotamus-like creature with a body and ears covered in brown fur, a green head with a wide mouth, green, circular feet, and a tail. However, the parents of the children are uneasy about a gay scout leader, and the club fires him. We don't take kindly to your types in here!" In his first appearance, he appeared anthropomorphic only to Kyle and Chef, although he often leaves a trail behind that is attributed by the adults to antisocial behavior by Kyle. Doctor", he was called "Dr. Gouache" in "Cartman's Incredible Gift". His unwavering belief that everyone is going to Hell goes so far as that he bluntly claimed that Timmy Burchwould go to Hell, since Timmy cannot confess his sins, as he cannot speak anything fluently. Despite the subject material, the South Park iteration of Jesus was absent from the episode "The Passion of the Jew", an eighth-season episode dealing with Mel Gibson's movie The Passion of the Christ and the various responses to the film from the four principal characters as well as the rest of the town itself. Terrance and Phillip have small beady eyes and disconnected heads which flap up and down whenever they speak, as do the majority of Canadians featured on the show. They are obsessed with large trucks, beer, guns, explosions, and killing animals. It is an intentional distraction or obfuscation. 19:02. Heaven implements this recruitment by creating the PlayStation Portable video game console, in order to find a gamer who can lead God's army, which turns out to be Kenny. Although Kim's actual identity is revealed to the people of South Park (leading Takayama to commit suicide in disgrace), the police decide not to help him with his condition, so that the town will still have an Asian restaurant. In court, Cochran resorts to his "famous" Chewbacca defense, which he "used during the Simpson trial," according to Chef's lawyer, Gerald Broflovski. Kitty's most prominent role was in the season 3 episode "Cat Orgy". On the DVD Commentary, Parker and Stone mention that this was because Belzer could not be at the recording studio at 4am. Big Gay Al (speaking voice Matt Stone, singing voice Trey Parker) is a stereotypical homosexual man known for his flamboyant and positive demeanor. In "Red Hot Catholic Love", he pursues Catholic sex-abuse cases as the only uncorrupted priest in the episode, and espouses a version of liberal Christianity in saying that the Bible is a collection of moral parables meant to act as an ethical guide, and not be taken literally. As a result, he arrests and even kills a number of innocent people based on Cartman's alleged "psychic visions", failing to identify the killer as such when he first investigates him, despite an overabundance of evidence, and nearly letting him go free. He has a daughter, Red, as indicated near the end of "Good Times with Weapons". Kevin is Dr. Mephesto's silent companion, described as "that little monkey guy". He is often seen, for example, fighting villains, and while inept at it in "Damien", he later is shown ("Red Sleigh Down", "Fantastic Easter Special" and "Imaginationland Episode III") as being very skilled with guns, swords and a glaive (in "Imaginationland III" he leads the charge of the good imaginary characters into battle.) Games. Scott was also Saddam Hussein's advisor twice, first in "Terrance and Phillip in Not Without My Anus" and then to the new Prime Minister of Canada in "It's Christmas in Canada", who turned out to be Saddam in disguise. However, in the episode 201, it is revealed that his brother actually shot him in an attempt to keep Cartman's father from being revealed. The episode, which premiered on October 7, 1998, satirizes the O. J. Simpson murder trial, particularly attorney Johnnie Cochran's closing argument for the defense. ", he claims that Timmy will go to Hell, since Timmy's mental disabilities make it impossible for him to confess his sins. Some footage from this short was used in the episode "A Very Crappy Christmas". The Catholic Clean-Up Crew attempts to lure Father Maxi to the boys with the "priest call" and have him relocated to the Maldives. Other famous religious icons such as Moses, Ganesha, Buddha, Joseph Smith and God are also shown as citizens of Imaginationland.[6]. All three attempts failed, with the last also leading to Satan's breakup and out-of-anger murder of his then-boyfriend Saddam Hussein, although his attempt in "Damien" was fake—the real reason he did it was to get rich on the money that the townsfolk had bet on him. South Park. In "Chickenlover", it was established that Barbrady was the only police officer in town. Big Gay Al and Mr. Slave later appeared in an attempt to help the boys change the definition of the word fag in "The F Word". In the animated short, "Jesus vs. Santa", Jesus and Santa had a fight to determine what the true meaning of Christmas was—giving or Jesus' birth. All of the episodes in the ninth season were written and directed by … Forum. Meanwhile, Cartman discovers that it is possible to crap out of your mouth. He reappears in the second part of "Probably", in which he gives advice to Satan regarding his relationship troubles. Sparky also makes a cameo in "Woodland Critter Christmas", and was briefly seen in the episode "Spookyfish". Murphey, along with the rest of the Park County Police Department, is generally shown to be more sensible and less corrupt than Yates, often following his example reluctantly, although they are still prone to the typical incompetence seen in the show's adults. He is slightly overweight and talks louder than he should, most likely because of his hearing aid. However, she has never appeared on the show. Avatar . Full Episodes. Later, he reappears as the boyfriend of Terrance's ex-wife Celine Dion, who is pregnant with Bob's child. Skinny Film Host (Chef's Chocolate Salty Balls) Nick Jabs. Upon exiting through Mr. Slave's mouth, Lemmiwinks is congratulated by the three animal spirits, who are now also free from his body, and told that he is in fact the "Gerbil King", and destined to have many more adventures. La série met en scène les aventures de quatre enfants d'école primaire : Stan Marsh, Kyle Broflovski, Eric Cartman et Kenny McCormick qui vivent à South Park, petite ville du Colorado. Games. Ned and Jimbo were inspired by characters Trey Parker used to draw during high school.[8]. He returned in the season 15 episode "Royal Pudding", meeting Ike on a bus back to Canada to save the Princess. In attempting to cover up a crime (which, again, doesn’t exist) the clean-up crew becomes creepy and predatory in its own right. Subsequently, Chris and Saddam began to kill each other over and over again—appearing alive in Hell the next day—until Satan seeks God's advice. Random Episode. Darryl Weathers (voiced by Trey Parker) is a worker from the Construction Workers' Union whose catchphrase consists of variations on the phrase "They took our jobs! Directed by Trey Parker. In the Jesus vs. Frosty short which started South Park, the boys make a snowman which comes to life after they put a hat on him. Saddam is seen again in "Do the Handicapped Go to Hell?". Terrance also becomes obese in this episode. As his nickname implies, Chef was a school cafeteria cook at the South Park Elementary School and former member of City Council as \"Head of Public Safety\". The Associated Press obituary for Cochran mentioned the Chewbacca defense parody as one of the ways in which the attorney had entered pop culture. [1][2] Often an opposing counsel can legally object to such arguments by declaring them irrelevant, character evidence, or argumentative. They are not seen at Chef's funeral in "The Return of Chef". Ned Gerblansky (voiced by Trey Parker) and his best friend Jimbo Kern represent South Park's large population of stereotypical "rednecks". Instead of merely dressing up like the Tooth Fairy and procuring the money, he has an entire assembly line of employees who procure the teeth and inspect them for quality. After his illiteracy was exposed, Barbrady was ordered to learn how to read by the Mayor. Butters ignores his advice and stamps anyway. Look at the silly monkey!" Stan was very upset that Sparky was gay, provoking Sparky to run away to "Big Gay Al's Big Gay Animal Sanctuary", where he would live with other gay animals. Mechanic is only in episodes prominently featuring the Stotch family. He also operates the airline service City Airlines. He survived the first round to become a semi-finalist but was one of four boys cut in the second round. In "Cripple Fight", he admitted to having gone through a homosexual phase in his youth, but claims to be reformed. According to the DVD commentary on "Jared Has Aides," Tuong is based on an actual person. [13] John Kricfalusi, the creator of The Ren and Stimpy Show, claimed that the Mr. Hankey concept was stolen from Kricfalusi's cartoon short "Nutty the Friendly Dump",[11] and even discussed taking legal action against the show. Parker also mentions on the same commentary track that he and Stone were inspired to make Satan a wimp by the character of Pinhead in Hellraiser 3. Priest Maxi) (voiced by Matt Stone) is a Catholic priest. He had a minor role in South Park: Bigger, Longer and Uncut, where it is revealed he is in fact a celebrity (or had become so since his appearance in his first encounter with Stan). He presides over Hell and is constantly at war with God, but is often depicted as a sensitive and emotionally vulnerable person who has suffered from dependence on relationships. They appear later in the episode "The Biggest Douche in the Universe" when Chef takes Cartman and his mother to his parents' manor … with an upbeat "I'm super! He is attacked by ManBearPig in "Time to Get Cereal", and is not seen again until "Bike Parade", where he is shown alive, but heavily injured. North and South Enzo Fallone Live … With some prompting from Kenny, Satan stands up to Saddam, casts him back down into hell, impaling him on a stalagmite, and calls off his invasion of Earth. He is also shown leading various mobs in different episodes, or otherwise appears as a background character or regular townee. L'humour de la série se veut absurde, parodique, sarcastique, graveleux et scatologique, mais prend sou… He even unintentionally helped Mr. Garrison try to kill Kathie Lee Gifford. In "Red Sleigh Down", they are seen in a crowd during the town's Christmas celebration. Though the character has since been firmly established as a detective in South Park, occasionally he is still seen elsewhere - in "Free Willzyx" he and his men were investigating the theft of an orca whale in Denver. 04/14/1999. Bedrager is voiced by Trey Parker. Many of Satan's appearances on South Park (as well as his role in the film South Park: Bigger, Longer & Uncut) focus on his romantic attachments, all of which so far have been homosexual. The record company refuses and hires Johnnie Cochran, who files a lawsuit against Chef for harassment. Later on in the episode, his large shelter vanishes, but the various animals remained, and were adopted by their former owners who had missed them greatly. In the Simpson murder trial, the real Johnnie Cochran tried to convince jurors that a glove found at the crime scene, alleged to have been left by the killer, could not be Simpson's because it did not fit Simpson's hand. South Park is an American animated television sitcom created by Trey Parker and Matt Stone for Comedy Central. He wears a zoot suit and his headquarters is a basement Italian restaurant. It is suggested that they are being utilized by J.J. Abrams to brainwash people into liking his Star Wars film, though this has yet to be confirmed within the series. South Park. Kenny McCormick, who had been banished from the camp by Moses for not being Jewish, saves the camp by breaking the conch shell open with his head. Like most of the adults in South Park, he has had sex with Mrs. Cartman at some point in his life, and was caught having sex with a "Mrs. Donovan". A mishap at the morgue transforms the residents of South Park into brain-eating zombies and threatens the boys night of Trick-or-Treating. During the war, Ned lost his right arm when a hand grenade exploded in his hand. They married their girlfriends in a double wedding at the end of the episode "Eat, Pray, Queef". Though Father Maxi is a priest and required to be celibate, he does not seem to regularly practice this. This is generally followed by the bartender interjecting, "Now, calm down, Skeeter, he ain't hurtin' nobody". In "Cartman's Incredible Gift", after Cartman is hospitalized following an attempt to fly by jumping off a roof with cardboard wings, the Doctor tells his mother that he is "incredibly stupid" and that the stupidity caused the fall. Because the prosecution relied on the glove as evidence of Simpson's presence at the scene, Cochran argued that the lack of fit proved Simpson's innocence: "It makes no sense; it doesn't fit; if it doesn't fit, you must acquit." Season 22 E 2 • 10/03/2018. The Ring. Mephesto believes it is for the good of the Earth, and that one-assed animals are useless and must be destroyed. In the former episode, he is stuffed into Mr. Slave's rectum by Mr. Garrison in an effort by the latter to get himself fired over such exaggerated acts of sexual depravity, and inside is greeted by a series of animal spirits, apparent previous victims of Slave's rectal-swallowing habits, who guide him in his journey to escape the gay man's ass, which is musically narrated in a parody of songs from Rankin/Bass's The Hobbit. He again successfully uses the Chewbacca defense, this time to defeat the record company and force them to acknowledge Chef's authorship of their song. His name is a play on that of British singer Maxi Priest. In the episode, the character of Chef contacts a "major record company" executive, seeking to have his name credited as the composer of a fictional Alanis Morissette hit called "Stinky Britches". His most significant relationship was with Saddam Hussein in South Park: Bigger, Longer & Uncut. In the episode, Cochran bases his argument on a false premise about the 1983 film Return of the Jedi. He is voiced primarily by Richard Belzer, although the final recordings were performed by Trey Parker. The Mechanic, next to the exhibit Butters is looking for, warns Butters not to put the stamp in the book, warning "nobody puts that stamp in their stampbook." He first appeared in the first-season episode "Mr. Hankey, the Christmas Poo". "[7] Forensic scientist Erin Kenneally has argued that court challenges to digital evidence frequently use the Chewbacca defense by presenting multiple alternative explanations of forensic evidence obtained from computers and Internet providers to confuse the jury into reasonable doubt. Barbrady's role in the series has decreased as a result, but he still appears regularly, such as in "200" while protecting the town, and was considered a possible father for Eric Cartman, having been in the room on the day of the DNA test; however, this was ruled out when the true identity of Eric Cartman's father was revealed in "201". In the season seven episode "Toilet Paper", Barbrady claims, while being interrogated by Hannibal Lecter-like character Josh, that he was beaten with a belt by his uncle and that his father forced him to wear a dress and sit on all of his uncles' laps on poker night. The one that's right up over there, behind the Andersons' barn...", closing with Crandall's signature line "Sometimes... dead is better". 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The name Chewbacca defense comes from "Chef Aid", an episode of the American animated series South Park. Murphey has also been referred to by the name Harris ("The Jeffersons" and "Free Willzyx") but the name Murphey is used in scripts and he has been known as Mitch ("Eek, a Penis!" Chickenlover made him learn to read by leaving the notes at the crime scenes describing where he would strike next. South Park S02E14 Chef Aid - Love is something you feel (not decide on) ... Tabaski 2013: Le chef de l'Etat a effectué la prière de l'Aid El Kebir à la Mosquée de la Riviera. In the film, he and his lover, Saddam Hussein, are the antagonists whose plan to take over the Earth hinges on the fulfillment of an ancient prophecy. Full Episodes. South Park Milk Company President (How To Eat With Your Butt) Tom Shane. A typical exchange between Chef and the boys goes as such:Chef used the word \"children\" often, even for a singular child. With some advice from Brian Boitano, the boys told Jesus that Santa keeps the spirit of Christmas alive, and then told Santa that if it wasn't for Jesus there would be no Christmas at all. 1 Rainforest Schmainforest [3.1] 2 Spontaneous Combustion [3.2] 3 The Succubus [3.3] 4 Tweek vs. Craig … Father Maxi (a.k.a. The Old Mechanic (also known as the Old Farmer) is a nameless character who wears a wide-brimmed fedora and overalls, and speaks with a heavy Maine accent. When questioned about TrollTrace's potential for misuse, Bedrager simply states that it is only intended for use against trolls. In the series, he has been voiced by Trey Parker since 1997, though he was voiced by George Clooney in the 1999 feature film South Park: Bigger Longer & Uncut, in which his character was called Dr. Gouache. He appears again in the season 16 episode "Insecurity", telling the husbands of South Park how the local milkman used to have sex with everyone's wives, warning the husbands they may be suffering a similar fate at the hands of the UPS man and bluntly instructing them to kill him. He is a small creature who dresses like Dr. Mephesto and is based on Majai, a character created for the 1996 film adaptation of The Island of Dr. Moreau. Due to his physical state, he can only emerge from the sewers during the Christmas season or he will dry up and die. Mayor McDaniels still often summons him, as he actually does keep the peace in South Park, as shown in "Chickenlover" when shortly after he quits, the city falls into chaos. The next short video called \"The Spirit of Christmas\" resembled the animation style of the later series and the characters resembled their later selves. The exact details of his creation are comically confused, but he was apparently genetically engineered to be an alien spying weapon, and was stolen by a paramilitary group before he simply "got high and just sort of wandered off" to South Park. "Summer Sucks" "Stars and Stripes Forever" South Park Elementary Orchestra The 4th of July celebration at Starks Pond. He was referring to a courtroom demonstration in which Simpson appeared unable to put on a pair of bloody leather gloves found at the murder scene and his house over the medical gloves he was wearing.[4][5]. About. However, the berries are shown to have sinister intentions. He is portrayed as represented in Christian thought—i.e., he is the Son of God, has numerous miraculous powers (including prophecy, healing and resurrection), as well as the ability to fly and expert carpentry skills. They later make a cameo in season 21, still in the White House with Garrison. Yates has referred to other officers as 'Mitch' on occasion as well, most of which have been voiced by Matt Stone. They first appear in the episode "The Succubus", when they come to South Park for Chef's wedding. Loogie (or Luigi) made his first appearance in "The Tooth Fairy Tats 2000". He speaks in a high-pitched voice, and is usually seen either giving towel-related advice to the citizens of South Park or, more often, getting high on cannabis and voicing his permanent confusion. They first appear in the episode "The Succubus", when they come to South Park for Chef's wedding. [citation needed] Her civic ideas for the city are often made without regard for future consequences, which are usually disastrous. Father Maxi (a.k.a. Bedrager is killed in the season 20 finale when Gerald throws him down a chasm in the TrollTrace building after the two characters argue about the nature of trolling. In later seasons, he was phased out in favor of an actual police force, led by the equally incompetent Sgt. Mr. Kitty was mentioned in "The Death of Eric Cartman" as being part of the list of beings to whom Cartman needed to apologize in order to reach Heaven. The exact nature of his abilities varies from episode to episode—for example, "Super Best Friends" portrays some of his most famous miracles as farces, despite still having basic powers, while in "Fantastic Easter Special", he claims to only have his powers after being killed and resurrected, so he makes Kyle kill him so he can save the Easter bunny. The episode references the Catholic Church sexual abuse cases, which were previously addressed in "Red Hot Catholic Love". [7] He made another cameo appearance in "Professor Chaos", where he was one of twenty candidates to replace the then-deceased Kenny in the boys' group. Contents. He emerges from the toilet bowl on Christmas Eve and brings presents to good boys and girls whose diets have been high in fiber. According to the audio commentary for the episode "Damien", South Park creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone came up with the idea of Satan and Saddam Hussein being lovers on the set of BASEketball, where they would attempt to impress girls by improvising scenes between the two characters, one assuming the role of Satan and one of Saddam. He appears again near the end of the episode. In the episode "Tegridy Farms" he made appearance as an agricultural inspector, personally sampling various varieties of marijuana produced by Marsh family on their farm. In "Spontaneous Combustion", he even goes as far as presenting a "seven-assed Galapagos Turtle" in an attempt to win a Nobel Prize, but loses to Randy Marsh's "Unified Theory of Fart Thing". It's a man's obligation to stick his boneration in a woman's separation, this sort of penetration will increase the population of the younger generation. Fin de saison ? Despite the fact that Ned lost one of his arms, he can still wield two-handed weapons, such as a flamethrower, and even an M249 SAW in South Park: Bigger, Longer & Uncut. The snowman kills Cartman and Kenny and even poses as Santa. While initially suggested to be a hive mind, Member Berries are later shown to be capable of acting independently of one another. Butters, under the alias "Archaeologist Butters", found him while looking for the last stamp in his stampbook. Now that South Park has been on the air for 20 years, let's look back at how Trey Parker and Matt Stone got their cartoon on the air in the first place. In a jury trial, a Chewbacca defense is a legal strategy in which a criminal defense lawyer tries to confuse the jury rather than refute the case of the prosecutor. After intensive counseling about … His most notable appearances include leading the campaign to "Free Hat McCullough" in "Free Hat", and as a war supporter who excoriates anti-war protesters in the episode "I'm a Little Bit Country". In 1995, Brian Graden, an executive of FOX, saw the film and commissioned Parker and Stone to make another. Hayes son spoke candidly with the pair, saying: 'My Father did not quit South Park; someone quit South Park … Episode Details & Credits. About. However, as a result of Saddam's abusive treatment of Satan, the latter has a change of heart by the end of the film. He is included as a figure with the South Park series 2 Stan action figure by Mezco. Kenny takes his new girlfriend to a Jonas Brothers' concert where they each get purity rings. In other episodes, it has been implied that he and Mayor McDaniels are in a relationship, despite her general disdain for him. South Park. Distributed by and airing on Comedy Central, it follows the surreal adventures of four young boys who live in the small town of South Park, Colorado. Wiki. The characters were inspired by the number of complaints about fart jokes in South Park. The character also appears in the season 18 episode "Cock Magic", leading his men in a personal vendetta against illegal sports, but is referred to as Detective Harris,[20] a name that has been used in scripts for a number of years,[21][22] and was re-used in "#HappyHolograms". [15] The Fox Broadcasting Company and its corporate sibling 20th Century Fox Television also previously denied consideration to Parker and Stone of acquiring the rights to South Park unless Mr. Hankey was removed; the co-creators refused and took the show to Comedy Central instead.[16].

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