Monday, May 14, 2012

Rizzoli & Isles Season 3 Episode Synopses, Cast & Character Bios

Here are all the details from TNT for season 3 of  Rizzoli & Isles, which will premiere on Tuesday, June 5, 2012 at 9PM ET on TNT.

America's Favorite Crime-Solving Duo is Back
In an All-New Season of TNT’s Hit Series Rizzoli & Isles,
Starring Angie Harmon and Sasha Alexander

Third Season Launches Tuesday, June 5, at 9 p.m. (ET/PT)

Criminals beware. Television's smartest (and most attractive) crime-solving duo will be back on the case this summer when TNT’s Rizzoli & Isles returns for its third explosive season. Angie Harmon and Sasha Alexander star in the chart-busting series that has averaged well over 8 million viewers through its first two seasons. And this time, they're moving to a new night and time. The third season of TNT's Rizzoli & Isles is set to air Tuesdays at 9 p.m. (ET/PT), beginning June 5, followed by an all-new season of TNT's Franklin & Bash.

Based on characters created by best-selling crime novelist Tess Gerritsen, Rizzoli & Isles stars Harmon as Jane Rizzoli, a tough-as-nails Boston police detective, and Alexander as Maura Isles, a smart, impeccably dressed medical examiner from a privileged background. Despite being complete opposites, the two women share an offbeat chemistry and strong working relationship that lets them solve complex murder mysteries in the city of Boston.

As Rizzoli & Isles' second season came to an end, a deep wedge was driven between the two friends when Jane shot Maura's biological father, gangster Paddy Doyle (guest star John Doman). He had shown up unexpectedly at a secret undercover operation to protect Maura from a deadly assailant, but the scene quickly got out of control, forcing Jane to shoot Paddy.
The aftermath strains Jane and Maura's relationship as they try to understand and justify their reactions. When the third season opens, they are taken by surprise by an internal affairs investigation, pushing their friendship even closer to the breaking point.

Ever the professionals, Jane and Maura will work hard to set aside their differences as they investigate a number of complex and troublesome crimes. Among their cases are the murder of a female graduate student, whose strangled body is found hidden in tunnels under her university; a killer with a bizarre doll fetish who hunts women on public transportation, then leaves their bodies posed on benches; and the stabbing of two young homeless veterans who survived Afghanistan only to be brutally murdered in an alley. On the home front, Jane’s meddling mother, Angela (Lorraine Bracco), is determined to play matchmaker. And Maura’s life gets more complicated as she searches for – and uncovers – the truth about her biological mother (guest star Sharon Lawrence).

Rizzoli & Isles also stars Lee Thompson Young as Detective Barry Frost, Jane's squeamish, computer-savvy partner; Bruce McGill as Sgt. Detective Vince Korsak, Jane’s steady old-school Homicide Squad teammate; Jordan Bridges as Jane’s brother, Frankie Jr., who dreams of becoming a detective like his sister; and Brian Goodman as Lt. Detective Sean Cavanaugh, the head of the Boston Police Detective department.

After scoring a record-breaking premiere in summer 2010, the first season of Rizzoli & Isles went on to average 8.8 million viewers, at that time the largest audience ever for a basic cable series. The show continued its enormous success in the second season, averaging more than 8.4 million viewers last year.

Rizzoli & Isles comes to TNT from Warner Horizon Television and is executive-produced by Janet Tamaro of Hurdler Productions and Bill Haber of Ostar Productions. Michael Katleman also serves as an executive producer. The series was developed for television by Janet Tamaro, who has earned a Gracie Allen Award from the alliance for Women in Media Foundation, a Women's Image Network (WIN) Award and Prevention magazine's Healthy TV Award for her work on the show.

About TNT
TNT, one of cable’s top-rated networks, is television’s destination for drama. Seen in 99 million households, the network is home to such original series as The Closer, starring Emmy® winner Kyra Sedgwick; Rizzoli & Isles, starring Angie Harmon and Sasha Alexander; Falling Skies, starring Noah Wyle; Franklin & Bash, with Mark-Paul Gosselaar and Breckin Meyer; Leverage, starring Timothy Hutton; and Southland, from Emmy-winning producer John Wells, as well as the upcoming series Major Crimes, Dallas, Perception and The Great Escape. TNT also is the cable home to powerful dramas like The Mentalist, Bones, Supernatural, Las Vegas, Law & Order, CSI: NY, Cold Case and, starting this year, Castle; primetime specials, such as the Screen Actors Guild Awards®; blockbuster movies; and championship sports coverage, including NASCAR, the NBA and the NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball Championship. TNT is available in high-definition.

Turner Broadcasting System, Inc., a Time Warner company, creates and programs branded news; entertainment; animation and young adult; and sports media environments on television and other platforms for consumers around the world.

Season 3
Episode Synopses

"What Doesn’t Kill You" – Tuesday, June 5, at 9 p.m. (ET/PT)
Jane and Maura’s friendship suffers following the shooting of Maura’s biological father, gangster Paddy Doyle (guest star John Doman). Jane also finds herself in the middle of an Internal Affairs investigation. And her relationship with Agent Dean (guest-star Billy Burke) is exposed. Jacqueline Bisset and Ed Begley, Jr. also guest-star.

Directed by Michael Katleman
Written by Janet Tamaro
Developed by Janet Tamaro
Based on the series of novels by Tess Gerritsen

"Dirty Little Secret" – Tuesday, June 12, at 9 p.m. (ET/PT)
Tensions continue to mount between Jane and Maura, causing those close to them to be caught in the middle. But they must put aside their differences when they investigate the case of a college student who died in a tunnel. Meanwhile, Frankie Sr. (guest star Chazz Palminteri) returns with news that upsets Angela. Colin Egglesfield also guest-stars.

Directed by Aaron Lipstadt
Written by Steve Lichtman & Kiersten Van Home
Developed by Janet Tamaro
Based on the series of novels by Tess Gerritsen

"This Is How a Heart Breaks" – Tuesday, June 19, at 9 p.m. (ET/PT)
When Maura meets a new guy named Dennis (guest star Eddie Cibrian) in a very unusual way, he opens up a different side of her. And Jane is filled with mixed emotions after someone from her past returns. Chris Vance also guest-stars.

Directed by Steve Developed by Janet Tamaro
Based on the series of novels by Tess Gerritsen

"Welcome to the Dollhouse" – Tuesday, June 26, at 9 p.m. (ET/PT)
Young female professionals dressed as dolls are turning up dead on the public transit system, and Jane and Maura must piece together the clues. Angela implements new ideas for the café. And Jane learns more about how Casey (guest star Chris Vance) was injured.

Directed by Mark Haber
Written by Russell J. Grant & Janet Tamaro
Developed by Janet Tamaro
Based on the series of novels by Tess Gerritsen

"Throwing Down the Gauntlet" – Tuesday, July 3, at 9 p.m. (ET/PT)
Jane looks for a way for Maura to meet her biological mother, Dr. Hope Davis (guest star Sharon Lawrence). Angela gets involved in a political campaign. And a nun from Jane and Frankie Jr.’s past returns. Matthew Del Negro and Jenny O’Hara also guest-star.

Directed by Jamie Babbit
Written by Antoinette Stella & Janet Tamaro
Developed by Janet Tamaro
Based on the series of novels by Tess Gerritsen

"Money Maker" – Tuesday, July 10, at 9 p.m. (ET/PT)
When a rich financier is found stuffed in a trashcan wearing a cloak and mask, Jane and Maura must figure out what happened. Meanwhile, Maura makes a deeper connection with her biological mother, Dr. Hope Davis (guest star Sharon Lawrence), and half-sister, who still doesn’t know Maura is related to them.

Directed by Greg Beeman
Story by David Sonnenborn & Janet Tamaro
Teleplay by Janet Tamaro
Developed by Janet Tamaro
Based on the series of novels by Tess Gerritsen

Cast Biographies

Angie Harmon
Det. Jane Rizzoli

Born in Dallas, Texas, Angie Harmon is best known for her starring role as Assistant District Attorney Abbie Carmichael on NBC’s Emmy®-winning drama Law & Order.

Angie Harmon returned to the small screen in Fall 2007 as the lead in ABC’s Women’s Murder Club as homicide detective Lindsay Boxer. Along with a medical examiner, newspaper reporter and a young assistant district attorney, she works to solve homicides. Based on a best-selling novel by James Patterson. Women’s Murder Club was quickly nominated for a People’s Choice Award in the category of Best New Television Drama.

Harmon has spent most of her life in front of the camera. Both of her parents were models, and Harmon began modeling when she was a baby. She won a model search at the age of 15 for the cover of Seventeen magazine. She also won a Spectrum Model Search contest, which lead to her successful modeling career and to her becoming a household name in 1990s. She worked as a runway model for Calvin Klein, Giorgio Armani and Donna Karan and appeared on the covers of ELLE, Cosmopolitan and Esquire.

Upon graduation, Harmon traveled between New York and Los Angeles, where she began to study acting. She made her feature film debut in the independent film Lawn Dogs, in which she appeared opposite Sam Rockwell for director John Duigan. The film screened at both the Toronto Film Festival and the Sundance Film Festival. Harmon made her network television series debut starring opposite Eric Roberts for one season as the rookie member of the FBI’s elite crime unit on ABC’s C-16: FBI.

Harmon’s many film roles include the lead role of Abby” in the Sony Screen Gems feature film The Good Mother and a starring role opposite Liam Neeson and Pierce Brosnan in the independent feature film Seraphim Falls. She was also seen in Fun With Dick and Jane and Agent Cody Banks.

Sasha Alexander
Dr. Maura Isles

A talented and versatile actress in both film and television, Sasha Alexander is well-known for her role as Special Agent Caitlin Kate Todd in the first two seasons of the popular drama NCIS. Alexander was also a regular on the critically acclaimed drama Dawson's Creek, as well as Presidio Med and The Nine. In addition, she has had guest-starring roles on such popular shows as Friends, House and Greg the Bunny. She most recently was the romantic lead opposite Rhys Darby in the movie Coming & Going, which premiered on TNT in July 2011 and was directed by Edoardo Ponti.

On the big screen, Alexander was part of the all-star cast of the hit film He's Just Not That Into You and co-starred with Jim Carrey in the movie Yes Man. Her other feature film credits include Mission: Impossible III, with Tom Cruise; Tenure, opposite Luke Wilson; and Love Happens, alongside Aaron Eckhart. She has also appeared in many independent films, including The Last Lullaby, for which she won the Best Actress Award at the San Diego Film Festival; Play Dead; and All Over the Guy, opposite Christina Ricci, Lisa Kudrow and Adam Goldberg.

Alexander studied acting in London with Cecily Barry and the Royal Shakespeare Company. She graduated from USC's prestigious School of Cinema and Television, where she studied directing.

As a mother, Alexander has been a passionate advocate of sustaining an environmentally healthy household. She’s a supporter of Healthy Child, Healthy World, an organization that empowers parents to protect children from harmful chemicals.

Lorraine Bracco
Angela Rizzoli

Lorraine Bracco’s multifaceted performances in all arenas have earned her a global fan base. She is perhaps best known for her role as psychiatrist Dr. Jennifer Melfi, who treated New Jersey Mafia heavyweight Tony Soprano on HBO’s hit series The Sopranos. Her concise, understated portrayal earned her multiple Emmy®, Golden Globe® and Screen Actors Guild Award nominations. Additionally, Bracco is an Academy Award nominee for her performance as a mobster’s wife in Martin Scorsese’s GoodFellas. She starred as Drew Barrymore’s mother in Riding in Cars with Boys, directed by Penny Marshall, and had a recurring role on NBC’s Lipstick Jungle.

In addition to film and television, Bracco starred on Broadway as Mrs. Robinson in Terry Johnson’s adaptation of The Graduate. She is also the author of a best-selling memoir On the Couch.

Bracco was born in Brooklyn to an Italian-American father and an English mother. Though she was voted the ugliest girl in sixth grade, she nonetheless became a Paris fashion model represented by the Wilhelmina Agency.

Bracco worked as a disc jockey for Radio Luxembourg and began to act in film. She appeared in several French comedies and worked with Italian film director Lina Wertmuller. Returning to the U.S., she studied at The Stella Adler Studio and the Actors Studio in New York City.

Bracco made her American feature film debut in Ridley Scott’s 1987 thriller Someone to Watch over Me. Other film credits include The Pick-Up Artist, Switch, Radio Flyer, Medicine Man, Even Cowgirls Get the Blues, Hackers and Basketball Diaries.

Bracco lives in New York. She serves as a member of the Board of Directors of the environmental organization Riverkeeper and is involved with Rockland Family Shelter. She's also on the board for The Felix Organization/Adoptees For Children, which provides opportunities & experiences for kids growing up in the foster care system.

Lee Thompson Young
Det. Barry Frost

Lee Thompson Young was first inspired to become an actor when he was 10 years old, portraying Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. in the production of A Night of Stars and Dreams in his hometown of Columbia, S.C.

Young’s professional career took off two years later with his leading role on the Disney television series The Famous Jett Jackson. He followed with roles in such movies as Friday Night Lights, with Billy Bob Thorton; Akeelah and the Bee, with Angela Bassett and Lawrence Fishburne; and Redemption, with Jamie Foxx.

In 2008 Young signed a talent development deal with ABC, which resulted in a critically acclaimed seven-episode arc in the drama FlashForward. He also played important recurring roles on both the hit comedy Scrubs and fan favorite Smallville. He has appeared on numerous television series, including The Event, The Guardian, South Beach, Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles and CSI:NY.

Bruce McGill
Det. Vince Korsak

Since driving his motorcycle up the Delta House stairs as D-Day in National Lampoon’s Animal House, Bruce McGill has been a constant and memorable screen presence. He has appeared in over 140 films, television movies and series spanning the last five decades. Throughout his career he has consistently received rave reviews for his stand-out performances, showing no signs of slowing down. On the big screen, McGill recently finished shooting Stephen Spielberg’s Lincoln, with Daniel Day-Lewis and Sally Field, which will be released in December 2012.

McGill has appeared in more than 80 motion pictures, including Law Abiding Citizen, with Jamie Foxx and Gerard Butler; Obsessed, with Beyonce; Oliver Stone’s W; Vantage Point; Runaway Jury; Collateral; Matchstick Men; and Cinderella Man. His appearance as southern attorney Ron Motley in Michael Mann’s The Insider garnered high praise from critics and audiences alike. Other notable film work includes The Sum of All Fears, Shallow Hal, The Legend of Bagger Vance, My Cousin Vinny, The Last Boy Scout, Silkwood, The Lookout, Exit Wounds, Wildcats, Ali and Legally Blonde 2: Red, White and Blonde.

Bruce McGill’s list of television credits is equally impressive, as he has starred in some of HBO’s most critically acclaimed productions: portraying controversial journalist Peter Arnett in Live From Baghdad, painting a chilling portrait of LBJ cabinet member George Ball in Path to War and realistically capturing legendary Yankees manager Ralph Houk in 61. He has made memorable guest appearances on C.S.I, The Practice, Gideon’s Crossing, Home Improvement, Star Trek: Voyager, The Commish, Quantum Leap and Miami Vice, among others. McGill may be best known as Jack Dalton, MacGyver’s troublemaking best friend, which he portrayed for six seasons. He currently voices the character Lloyd Waterman on the animated series The Cleveland Show and recently became the voice of the Longhorn Network, taking over that job from Walter Cronkite.

Originally from San Antonio, McGill began his acting career on stage in elementary school. After earning his bachelor's degree in acting from the University of Texas at Austin, he made his professional debut as a member of Rhode Island’s Trinity Square Repertory Company.

After relocating to New York City, he began a long association with the New York Shakespeare Festival, appearing in Hamlet, produced by the legendary Joseph Papp; Henry V; and playing Iago opposite Raul Julia’s Othello for the NYSF’s Shakespeare in the Park series. He also starred on Broadway for two years in My One and Only, with Tommy Tune and Twiggy. In 2007, he returned to the stage after 22 years with an acclaimed portrayal of Orson Welles in Orson’s Shadow at the Pasadena Playhouse.

McGill is a single-digit handicap golfer and played Walter Hagen to perfection in The Legend of Bagger Vance, which was directed by Robert Redford, and remains one of his favorite roles to date. McGill was recently inducted into the Texas Film Hall of Fame. He currently lives with his wife, Gloria, outside Los Angeles, where he indulges in his passion for golfing, sailing, cooking and playing music whenever possible.

Jordan Bridges
Frankie Rizzoli Jr.

Jordan Bridges comes from a long line of entertainers and has starred in a variety of productions in film, television and on the stage. His career highlights include the films Mona Lisa Smile, Frequency and The New Suit. He has also appeared in the television shows Bionic Woman, Without a Trace and Conviction. And on Broadway, he appeared in Martin McDonagh’s The Lieutenant of Inishmore.

Bridges recently appeared in the film J. Edgar, directed by Clint Eastwood, and can next be seen in Phantom, starring Ed Harris. He is a graduate of Bard College and the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Arts.

Brian Goodman
Lt. Detective Sean Cavanaugh

After hitting the streets at age 12, Brian Goodman did whatever he could to survive as one of South Boston’s homeless. An altercation landed him in prison from 1989-1994. He was twice paroled, both of which he violated. One thing that kept him going was the idea he could be an actor. At age 8, he saw the TV movie Brian’s Song and just knew this was something he could do. While in prison, watching a lot of television and movies, he commented to a fellow prisoner, “I’m going to be an actor someday.” After serving his time, he heard about a casting call for a film being shot in Boston. He went in for an audition and was given his first role in Southie, a drama about a South Boston gang starring Donnie Wahlberg.

Parole regulations stipulated he could not leave the state of Massachusetts, so he took it as a divine sign when his next two auditions turned out to be in Boston and garnered him speaking roles in the feature films Snitch (a.k.a. Monument Avenue), directed by the late Ted Demme; and In Dreams, helmed by Neil Jordan.

After completing the terms of his parole, Goodman moved to Los Angeles in 1998 and pursued his acting career, initially playing a lot of golf and gambling. Eventually his fortunes turned, and he landed the role of a “suit-and-tie business-type guy” who kidnaps Jeff Bridges’s character in the film Scenes of the Crime. He also served as technical advisor on the picture. This brought him to the attention of producer Rod Lurie who championed him for a role in his prison drama The Last Castle, starring Robert Redford. Goodman’s prison experience came into play once again through his portrayal of the character Beaupre.

His other features include Steven Spielberg's Catch Me If You Can, Ted Demme's Blow, The Black Rose, Just One Night and the short film Orphan. His television credits include appearances on Boomtown and Thieves.

Goodman’s favorite role is that of being a dad to his sons, Mark and Brian. He works out and enjoys a variety of sports as participant and viewer: tennis, basketball, golf, softball and ice hockey. He resides in Los Angeles.

Character Descriptions

Detective Jane Rizzoli (Angie Harmon) is a tough Boston homicide detective whose friendship with her best friend, Dr. Maura Isles, is tested after Jane shoots Maura’s biological dad, mobster Paddy Doyle. Jane is overly protective of her brother, Frankie Jr., a cop who wants to be a detective and her patience is often tested by her meddling mother, Angela. Jane’s love life usually takes a back seat to her job, making it tough for her to have a steady relationship.

Dr. Maura Isles (Sasha Alexander) is a brilliant and eccentric medical examiner who puts as much thought into her work as she does into her impeccable wardrobe. Sweet-natured and interested in everything, Maura is a walking encyclopedia who can recite obscure facts and studies, which occasionally exasperates Jane. She has recently begun learning more about her biological parents.

Angela Rizzoli (Lorraine Bracco) is Jane’s recently divorced and meddling mother. Fiercely protective of her children, she wishes Jane and Frankie Jr. had chosen any career other than police work. She also wishes Jane would settle down and give her grandchildren. She now lives in Maura’s guesthouse and works at the police station café.

Detective Barry Frost (Lee Thompson Young) is Jane’s computer savvy but squeamish partner. He learned a great deal from Jane during his first years on the job and has now proven himself to be a reliable member of the team.

Detective Vince Korsak (Bruce McGill) is Jane’s steady, veteran old-school homicide squad leader. He has taken Frankie Jr. under his wing to train and guide him to be a successful detective.

Frankie Rizzoli Jr. (Jordan Bridges) is Jane’s brother and the Rizzolis’ middle child. Even though he passed the detective exam, he’s stuck waiting his turn in a long line of candidates also vying to become members of the homicide team.

Lt. Det. Sean Cavanaugh (Brian Goodman) is a product of the hardscrabble back alleys of South Boston. His knowledge of the street and his history as a detective make him the perfect choice to be Commander of the Homicide Unit. Fiercely loyal to Detective Jane Rizzoli because he lived what she faces, Cavanaugh has her back when the Brass would have her head.

Production Biographies

Janet Tamaro
Executive Producer

Janet Tamaro earned the 2010 WIN (Women's Image Network) Award for Outstanding Drama and a 2011 Gracie Award for Outstanding Producer – Entertainment for her work on TNT’s Rizzoli & Isles, which she developed for television. Previously, she shared a Writers Guild Award for Outstanding Series for the first season of Lost. And she earned an Emmy® nomination for Outstanding Miniseries as part of the producing team for Sleeper Cell.

Before becoming a screenwriter, Tamaro was a national correspondent, reporting for ABC News, Inside Edition and America’s Most Wanted, among others. She covered major crimes and trials, while also working on dozens of investigative stories. Tamaro is the author of the bestselling book So That’s What They’re For! She has served as a staff writer for Breaking News, The Black Sash, The Court, Line of Fire, CSI: NY, Bones, Tell Me You Love Me and Trauma.

Tamaro has a bachelor’s degree from Berkeley and a master’s degree in journalism from Columbia University. She is married to motojournalist and Cycle World Radio host Steve Natt. They have two daughters.

Bill Haber
Executive Producer

Bill Haber’s OSTAR Enterprises has produced War Horse (2010 Tony®, Best Play); A Behanding in Spokane; Enron; Next Fall; After Miss Julie; August: Osage County (2008 Tony®, Best Play and Pulitzer Prize); The Seafarer; Rock N Roll; Sunday in the Park with George; The Drowsy Chaperone; The History Boys (2006 Tony®, Best Play); Well, Bridge & Tunnel; The Woman in White; Monty Python's Spamalot (2005 Tony®, Best Musical); The Pillowman; Democracy; Bea Arthur; The Smell of the Kill; Amour; Imaginary Friends; Proof (2001 Tony®, Best Play and Pulitzer Prize); The Green Bird; Dirty Blonde; High Society; Freak; The Scarlet Pimpernel; and the acclaimed revivals of Inherit The Wind; Journey’s End (2007 Tony® Best Revival of a Play); Glengarry Glen Ross (2005 Tony®, Best Revival); Jumpers; Frankie and Johnny in the Clair de Lune; Man of La Mancha; Hedda Gabler; Dance of Death; Noises Off; The Iceman Cometh and 1776. London productions include Rock N Roll; Donkeys’ Years; Monty Python’s Spamalot; Sunday in the Park with George; Journey's End; The Prisoner of Second Avenue; Hay Fever; Madame Melville. Off-Broadway, the company has produced Thurgood; On The Line; The Shape of Things; If Love Were All; If Memory Serves; and Madame Melville.

In addition to Rizzoli & Isles on TNT, Haber is also the executive producer of Thurgood for HBO. He executive-produced Life Is Not a Fairytale: The Fantasia Barrino Story, Stephen King’s Nightmares and Dreamscapes for TNT and Moguls and Movie Stars: A History of Hollywood on TCM. Jack and the Beanstalk for CBS and Uprising for NBC. He was also executive producer of the Paramount film The World of Tomorrow and the Disney film A Muppet Christmas Carol.

In 1975 he co-founded Creative Artists Agency, the renowned Los Angeles-based literary and talent agency. He was responsible for managing and executing the agency’s leading presence in the television industry and their innovative corporate advisory services. He is Special Advisor to Save the Children.

Michael Katleman
Executive Producer/ Director

Michael Katleman is a film and television producer and director. He made his directorial debut on the critically acclaimed series China Beach. From there, he established himself in the industry by directing such hit shows as ER, Northern Exposure, Dark Angel, The X-Files and Smallville. With his exceptional work and positive attitude, Katleman quickly became a sought-after pilot director. To date, three of his five pilots have been picked up to series.

In 2002, Steven Spielberg recruited Katleman to direct the two-hour finale of his Emmy®-winning miniseries Taken. This opportunity provided him the footing to take his next step into the feature world. Disney and Hollywood Pictures approached him to direct their action-adventure film Primeval, visual-effects-driven film shot entirely on location in South Africa.

Since directing Primeval, Katleman has continued his success on the small screen and is one of the most in-demand producing/show-running directors in the business. He has worked on Big Shots, Life on Mars, Eastwick, My Generation and TNT’s Memphis Beat.

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