Sunday, June 17, 2012
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Wednesday, May 16, 2012
Friday, April 27, 2012
Wednesday, April 25, 2012
Thursday, April 19, 2012
Wednesday, April 18, 2012
Sunday, April 15, 2012
Sofia Vergara ... Golnesa "GG" Gharachedaghi
Taran Killam ... Andy Cohen
Kate McKinnon ... Tabatha Coffey
Seth Meyers ... announcer (voice)
Nasim Pedrad ... Mercedes "MJ" Javid
Andy Samberg ... Kyle
Kenan Thompson ... Desmond Tutu
Andy's just on briefly.
Saturday, April 14, 2012
Sofia Vergara ... Mrs. Roberts
Abby Elliott ... Paula
Bobby Moynihan ... Liam
Nasim Pedrad ... nurse
Andy Samberg ... doctor
Kenan Thompson ... Sam Jeffers
Kristen Wiig ... Gilly
Gilly is back to her antics when her classmates try to learn during a sex education class.
Wiig tries mixing it up a little with the flashback and ending. Andy plays the doctor!
Friday, April 13, 2012
Show - Bein' Quirky
Sofia Vergara ... Fran Drescher
Fred Armisen ... Joey Lawrence
Abby Elliott ... Zooey Deschanel
Taran Killam ... Michael Cera
Andy Samberg ... Mayim Bialik
Kristen Wiig ... announcer (voice)
Kristen Wiig ... Drew Barrymore
Ha! What was your favorite impression?
Thursday, April 12, 2012
Sofia Vergara ... Maria Gutierrez
Fred Armisen ... Claudius Templesmith
Abby Elliott ... Katniss
Bill Hader ... Caesar Flickerman
Steve Higgins ... announcer (voice)
Taran Killam ... tribute
Nasim Pedrad ... tribute
Jay Pharoah ... Thresh
Andy Samberg ... Peeta
When The Hunger Games' field reporter files cannot contain her excitement on assignment, her dangerous habits have Katniss on alert.
Andy has a small role, but it's still pretty funny. Love the Puppy Bowl!
Wednesday, April 11, 2012
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Saturday, April 07, 2012
Hopefully whatever this is makes the show tonight. Be sure to tune in at 11:30/ 10:30 central for the episode hosted by Sofia Vergara with musical guest One Direction.
Did you like any of the jokes?
New SNL tonight!
Friday, April 06, 2012
Thursday, April 05, 2012
She has a great Hilary Clinton impression, so this was probably a big factor to getting on SNL...
She also has a hilariously fresh Barbara Walters impression (warning: language) which she likely pulled out for her SNL audish...
This one's not bad, where she's promoing her show she did with her friend by making fun of her:
BP Spills Coffee: She's part of this spoof of oil spills that's gotten 12 million views...
Vag Magazine - So I actually think the funniest person here is that roller skater who's always smiling...
Girl's Night Out: She's just one of the screamers...
Wednesday, April 04, 2012
With the future of its biggest female star, Kristen Wiig, up in the air, NBC’s Saturday Night Live is moving to add reinforcements. I hear that in the past several weeks, seven comedy performers tested for SNL honcho Lorne Michaels, including the following four ladies: Kate McKinnon (The Big Gay Sketch Show), Jessica Joy (The Playboy Club), Lauren Lapkus (Are You There Chelsea) and Elaine Carroll (Very Mary-Kate). I hear one of them, UCB’s McKinnon, will make her debut on SNL‘s next show next Saturday hosted by Sofia Vergara. It is unclear if Michaels would try out more new performers this season in preparation for locking in the cast of NBC’s late-night sketch comedy series for next season. As for Bridesmaids star Wiig, whose contract is up at the end of the season, a final decision about her future on SNL will likely come in the summer.
I hope she's funnier on the show than she is in this web skit:
Tuesday, March 27, 2012
"Andy Samberg dives into his latest venture as an investor in CanaryHop, a sort-of do-it-yourself travel site for the adventure-minded.
Samberg has not only invested in the site, he created and starred in — what else — a video that is nothing if not Sambergesque in its depicting what CanaryHop offers users. Although you may not wake up being able to speak a foreign language, throw knives with pinpoint accuracy or charm a cobra, you will most assuredly come out the other end learning something new.
Samberg joined forces with co-founders Damon Spiegel and Brand Finefrock to create a travel site that allows users to create a travel experience tailored to their level of adventure.
The website describes itself as “a marketplace for activities, tours, lessons, and experiences, and categorizes users as either Canaries — those that sign up to guide or host — and Hoppers, or travelers.
Canaries upload activities and book the trip. Hoppers search the listings to find trips that interest them. Canaries and Hoppers alike post to the blog letting readers know what is offered and how they have benefitted from participating. The site is adding trips daily, and current destinations include Vancouver, New Zealand, Bangkok and Malibu."
The video for those that haven't seen it:
Wow, this looks so cool.For those of you that couldn't tell, Andy was the human who comes in with the giant backpack. This will also be Andy's 3rd animated move after Space Chimps and Cloudy With a Chance of Meatballs. I wonder if Andy is going to become a staple in Adam Sandler films like David Spade and Kevin James (who also appear in this movie)? Let us know what you think in the comments below!
Friday, March 23, 2012
Sarah Palin visits Weekend Update on the night "Game Change" premiered about her vice presidential bid, only something is off this time.
Thursday, March 22, 2012
Speculate on why Paul left? That sounds like a good idea, right? =^)
Paul Brittain is said to have left "to explore other projects."
It sounds like he fell victim to what so many before him did. Basically, SNL is tough for featured players (and sometimes for anyone who's either black or female and who doesn't push their own stuff and get the writers to like them). Typically the featured player has to push their own skits, get a few hit characters or impressions, and slowly prove themselves to the audience and to the writers. Once the popular players leave, the writers slowly move over to the new regular players, and that's when they finally get to shine (sometimes 4 or 5 years into it). It can be very frustrating and obviously requires endurance and some sort of planning and strategy.
The first people to complain were in the 75-76 season (the very first). Garett Morris felt like the writers never wrote for him (he was right). Laraine Newman felt the same thing (also right). The only woman the writers wrote for was Gilda Radner, and it was because she had the flair that Kristen Wiig and others had. Gilda would write her own skits and slowly prove herself to the writers, who would then write for her too (the formula that Wiig, Oteri, and Poehler used). Plus Gilda was part of the National Lampoon radio show, along with Aykroyd, Chase, Belushi, and the head writer, Michael O'Donaghue. So she was already familiar with the cool kids, and they were all friends and clicked well together. (Lorne was actually accused of basically hiring out all of Lampoon, and ironically the other players from the Lampoon radio show that he didn't get were Christopher Guest, Bill Murray, and Brian-Doyle Murray, who competed on the rival show, Saturday Night Live with Howard Cosell, and of course all three later joined SNL.)
The next season (75-76), Bill Murray felt it (Bill's rival Cosell show flopped after 14 episodes, and he was hired to replace Chase, who left to make movies). Bill entered the show with the writers already knowing the other players. And so he couldn't get the writers to write for him (Aykroyd wrote him in as a supporting actor, but that's all he could get), and Bill wasn't used to writing his own stuff. Finally he told Lorne that he's really funny (in a funny way) and deserves a skit of his own, and Lorne responded by telling him to do what he just did as a short monologue. He did (explaining how he's actually funny to the audience), which warmed the fans to him and got the writers on his side more.
In the 80-81 season, Gilbert Gottfried complained that no one wrote for him.
Fast forward to 85-86, when Damon Wayans was frustrated that he didn't get his own skits (no one was writing for him, and he only got a small handful of his own skits through), so he made a skit about him (playing a gay cop), which got him fired. And of course, Damon went to his brother Keenan Ivory, and In Living Color was born (and the careers of Damon, Keenan Ivory, Jim Carrey, Tommy Davidson, Jamie Foxx, David Alan Grier, Marlon and Shawn, Jennifer Lopez, and Rosie Perez).
In 88-89, Ben Stiller joined the show but didn't last long. He had trouble getting his skits through, so he left and later started his own show (Ben Stiller Show).
Later in 90-91, Chris Rock started his SNL career, which he later called very frustrating. No one wrote for him, and when he wrote for himself, he had to write himself as a stereotype in order to get any skits through. He left at the end of the 92-93 season and went to work at In Living Color as an occasional guest player instead. He said he felt a lot more freedom on In Living Color, but one thing he liked about SNL is that the original writers were given credit and ownership/authority with their skits. On In Living Color, they might decide to do your skit without you if you're not around.
In 93-94, Janeane Garofalo started and then left mid season (they started her out as a regular player). The reason is that she was frustrated with all the sexual skits and immature skits on the show then (which was led by Sandler, Farley, Spade, and Sandler's friends, who were writers, and who went on to become writers on Sandler's films now). Her biggest frustration was with Sandler. Basically, when she was written into a skit, it was never a skit she wanted to be in.
Jay Mohr started in 93-94. After being a featured player for two seasons, he wanted a bump up to a regular player. When told that he would be a featured player again (right before his third season would start), he walked out and quit. Read Jay Mohr's book, Gasping for Air Time. In there, Jay talks about how hard it is to fight for air time (you have to get the writers to write for you, or you have to write and push your own stuff... and still get the writers to collaborate with you).
In 03-04, Finesse Mitchell started. He's an incredibly funny comedian, and he managed to become a regular player two years later, but it was also his last season... he felt like he wasn't being written for, and he couldn't compete with all the new players pushing their skit ideas.
In 09-10, Jenny Slate had her only season. Jenny's online videos are hilarious. But she got almost nothing of hers on the show... no one wrote for her and the reason that her online skits are hilarious is half because of her writing partner, who was not writing for SNL.
And that brings us to Paul Brittain who left in the middle of his second season in 2012. Why did he leave? Most likely because he had a tough time getting his skits to air, and again no one is writing for him. But to be fair, no one is writing for any of the featured players. They're focusing on the established players. So the trick is for the featured players to get their own skits in themselves and slowly build trust in their abilities to the writers and to the audience.
More about Jenny Slate and the ladies who left SNL (Casey Wilson, Michaela Watkins, and Jenny Slate)...
The F-Bomb wasn't the issue why Jenny Slate left SNL. If it was, she would have been fired right after that, not at the end of the season (the F-Bomb was at the very beginning). Besides that, Cheri Oteri survived after slipping out an F-Bomb (she put a dollar in the Swear Jar during the goodbyes). So that's not the issue.
The biggest thing that F-Bomb did was shatter Jenny's confidence to push her skits in the meetings and get air time.
Sure the F-Bomb got people fired in the past, but that was because they did it on purpose, weren't humble, and didn't apologize to the producers immediately... both Jenny and Cheri did that (which is why Jenny was kept on for the rest of that season).
Jay Mohr wrote a book about SNL called Gasping for Air Time. Getting air time is a huge struggle (Finesse Mitchell wrote about his struggles with it in an interview, even after he was a regular player... the newbies like Bill, Jason, Andy, and Kristen were making bigger collaborations with the writers than he was), and if you're not an A-type who's fighting for air time (in a good natured and collaborative way), you don't win it. Jenny had that enthusiasm when she started the season, but after the F-Bomb, it was gone.
Read up on some more of the history here:
And Michaela and Casey also were separate issues. The bigger issue there was that Lorne had just lost a series of A+ women on the show (Tina Fey, Maya Rudolph, Amy Poehler)... and then he just had Kristen Wiig. He was trying to build out more women who could work up to become the A+ role.
Casey didn't have it in her. Michaela was funny, but she overlapped with Kristen Wiig and didn't bring enough "new" to the table (although Lorne was right that she could hold her own show).
On the same season that they brought in Michaela (08-09), they also brought in Abby Elliott. Abby works great for the show. A few funny characters and she nails hilarious female impressions. That was the mix Lorne was looking for. Abby stayed.
Next was Jenny and Nasim (09-10). Again, Nasim nails the characters and the impressions (her Kim K is super popular). Jenny Slate didn't get the characters and impressions out there (no one wrote for her, and after the F-Bomb, the only thing she wrote and pushed for herself were her hilarious Tina commercials). Nasim had to earn her right to get air time and to be considered funny. It really does go back to Jay Mohr's book, Gasping for Air Time.
So it's not really about clearing the plate of all the women (because Lorne kept Abby when he let go Michaela and kept Nasim when he let go Jenny; Abby and Nasim met the need he was looking for), and it's not about the F-Bomb. It was about getting your stuff on the air and proving to the world that you're funny. Jenny's online stuff is hilarious, and it proves that. But that never translated onto SNL.
Tuesday, March 20, 2012
Monday, March 19, 2012
Alright, if I didn't do it earlier, I'm going to do it now. I'm predicting that Jimmy Fallon's SNL episode will get him a nomination for best guest actor on a comedy series. Last season, Justin Timberlake (won), Zach Galifianakis, and Tina Fey were nominated for that (I was disappointed that Jim Carrey wasn't, because he was so funny).
This year I'm predicting that Jimmy Fallon will be nominated. I'm also predicting that Melissa McCarthy will be nominated this year (for Guest Actress). Tina Fey, Amy Poehler, Betty White, Zach Galifianakis, and Justin Timberlake all also have a shot if they host this season.
Here's the list of hosts nominated for Emmys:
- Justin Timberlake (won)
- Zach Galifianakis
- Tina Fey
- Betty White (won)
- Tina Fey
- Justin Timberlake (won)
- Tina Fey (won - for guesting as Sarah Palin)
That's it. It's a relatively new concept, but JT has won it twice. Tina Fey's been nominated three years in a row for it.
Saturday, March 17, 2012
Thursday, March 15, 2012
Monday, March 12, 2012
So here are more photos of Andy and Joanna together at the awards show from last year (our last siting of Andy and Joanna together).
Do you love the words on them in this picture? Check it out (actually Joanna looks very beautiful here)...
Saturday, March 10, 2012
Friday, March 09, 2012
Wednesday, March 07, 2012
Okay, so it's impossible for me to guarantee that you didn't know these 1o things, but I will say that you PROBABLY didn't know about them. =^)
1. When Richard Pryor hosted, they aired the episode on a 7-second delay. They didn't trust his potty mouth.
2. John Belushi injured a host (Buck Henry) during a Samurai sketch (he hit him with the sword).
2. During Bill Murray's first season (the second season of SNL), Bill Murray gave a personal appeal to the audience, saying that he wasn't funny on the show, and asked people to feel sorry for him and laugh (a bit that he wrote with Lorne Michaels when they realized that his humor wasn't coming across on the show).
3. Lorne left at the end of the 79-80 season and was then re-hired in the 85-86 season. They hired him back because Dick Ebersol was leaving (Ebersol rode Eddie Murphy's success and then when Murphy and Piscopo left, he followed it up with one successful season of Martin Short and Billy Crystal; Ebersol left because he demanded that the show wasn't live anymore, because of how difficult it was... the producers refused and so he left). When Lorne got hired back, he decided to start from scratch and let the entire cast go (including Crystal and Short). Bonus bit: Billy Crystal got nixed from the first SNL episode back in 75 (he was a guest). His bit was too long, and his agent insisted that they couldn't cut the length. So Lorne cut the act. (So Lorne cut Crystal twice, but the first time made a lot more sense... he just couldn't fit the long bit in.)
4. SNL asked to vote whether or not to stop bringing Andy Kaufman onto the show. The audience voted against Andy (his wrestling act turned him into a villain).
5. At the end of the 1985 season (which didn't go so well), Lorne pleads for another season (another chance), and he ends the season with an episode where Billy Martin gets fired and sets fire to the stage, apparently killing some of the cast. Lorne rushes Jon Lovitz out of there, who is his star cast member. Behind the scenes, Jon was the only one that the producers and executives agreed had to come back. Dennis Miller and Nora Dunn also returned, but everyone else was cast fresh. This was actually not too far from Lorne's original plan. He hoped to bring in movie talent to get people to watch in 1985, and then he planned to phase them out and carry forward the fresh comedian talent. This was the beginning of a new system Lorne developed where he would carry forward the fresh talent, cut the talent that wasn't working out and work to redefine the show every few years with new talent. (Sure that sounds like common sense, but this was the first time anyone on SNL had pulled it off. There have been no reboots since then; just a natural ebb and flow of new talent added to the existing cast, which is why Lorne collects a lot of players when he foresees a potential mass exit, which is why he has a lot of fresh talent this year.)
6. After being fired from Lorne (during his first season, in 85-86), Damon Wayans came back onto the show (last show of the same season) to do a standup monologue.
7. Ben Stiller appeared on the show and left. He later developed his Emmy-winning Ben Stiller Show.
8. Jeannine Garofolao was talked into joining the show, but she immediately had creative differences and frustrations with Adam Sandler and his friends.
And some more background info about #8...
It's not a rumor. Sandler and Garofalo have been quoted in several books and magazines to support this.
In the DVD, "Funny People", Judd and Adam are hanging out more-so with Ben Stiller (I'm pretty sure Garofalo isn't in it, but she might be seen a little since they're producing the Ben Stiller Show, and she's in it). That is from 92-93 after Stiller got frustrated with SNL and left (after only a few episodes). (The frustration with SNL is that you have to do your time for a few years and build your audience when you can before you're on the top and can experiment more and do what you want more.)
So Stiller didn't have the patience for that, he left, and he started his Emmy winning show (Ben Stiller Show), which was also worked on by Judd and Garofalo. So the clip from Funny People was while Stiller and Judd were making that show. (It actually took Sandler longer than Farley and Rob Schneider to become a regular player because he didn't strike as quickly with memorable characters.)
Garofalo didn't really start being frustrated with Sandler until 94-95 when she joined SNL. By then Sandler and crew were on the top of the show, doing whatever they wanted, and she was entering into that world. What that meant is that she was being written into these sexual immature skits constantly and she saw it as too low-brow humor (it was very low-brow when Sandler, Farley, and Spade were on top). And they pretty much had a team of writers supporting them with their style of humor (the team now writes and produces for Sandler's films).
So Garofalo's frustration was with all the writers and the main immature actors on SNL (Sandler was at the top; she had the most arguments with him, but all of them frustrated her). She didn't want to be part of it, and so she left during her first season (only 14 episodes). It wasn't long (the end of the same 94-95 season) before the studio producers (one level above Lorne and his crew) got frustrated with it too and let both Sandler and Farley go at the end of the same season (even though Sandler and Farley were the most popular players and still had time on their contracts). (Rob had already left to try to get into films; they kept Spade on for one more season.)
Monday, March 05, 2012
Look at Andy's tie! Now follow it down! Ha!
Thanks to X-tina Smith for the photo!
Joanna looks pretty cute here, right?
Sunday, March 04, 2012
First Andy started off as Kid Rock in the cold open :
Next, Andy plays a Psychic host for the Psychic awards show :
Then Andy plays what appears to be the only male member in a girls gang :
After that we have what was probably my favorite sketch of the night, scared straight where once again Andy plays the ring leader in a gang of 3 friends. I love how they're laughing so hard the can't even get their lines out at the end.
And finally, we have Samberg playing Buddha in "Rude Buddha":
There was also a digital short about a couple singing with a giant Afro for a wedding invitation, but i'm still working on finding video for it.
Overall I think last nights episode was very good. There was quite a lot of Andy, and that always makes me happy. So far I think this season is great, and I can't wait to see what's in store next week with Jonah Hill.
Friday, March 02, 2012
I'm not gonna lie, kinda enjoying Andy's scruff here, also he looks really well put together with his new hair cut and glasses. Our little Andy is moving up in the world.
Also that was a pretty boss secret handshake.
Thursday, March 01, 2012
Wednesday, February 29, 2012
Tuesday, February 28, 2012
Sunday, February 26, 2012
Friday, February 24, 2012
It appears that Andy might actually be playing the straight man in this movie to Adam Sandler's crazy father character. From what I've heard about this move, pretty soon after this scene Sandler's character goes to move in with Andy's character, who is a successful business man, in order to get money to pay off his debts.
This looks like it's going to be a pretty good move to me, what do you guys think?
Let me know what you guys think about doing one of these every week :)
Wednesday, February 22, 2012
Monday, February 20, 2012
Saturday, February 18, 2012
Thursday, February 16, 2012
Read more: http://www.chortle.co.uk/news/2012/02/16/14858/you_shall_go_to_the_ball#ixzz1mbdSXfsM
So it looks like Andy will be attending this, and possibly preforming along with other SNL cast members, I'm not quite sure seeing as this article does not go into details.
Tuesday, February 14, 2012
Sunday, February 12, 2012
In this "Victorian Ladys" sketch Andy plays a "self proclaimed mud king"
In this parody of "Piers Morgan Tonight" Andy hilariously portrays Madona's tight rope walker during the Super Bowl
Pretty self explanatory, Andy and Zoey make technology hump.
Andy is a guest at this party, and everyone's just hungry for some crab
Another french dancing sketch, this time featuring french actor Jean Dujardin
And finally "Get in the Cage" featuring the man himself Nicolas Cage
Overall, Andy had a great episode appearing in the majority of the sketches aired.
Saturday, February 11, 2012
Thursday, February 09, 2012
And a review:
Moving on, Andy worked on yet another movie that first premiered a few months ago (he had a crazy movie-filming summer). In this one, he co-stars with *GASP* Adam Sandler, who is one of Andy's all-time biggest heroes! The movie's title, which had previously been changed 3 times before being settled on, is "That's My Boy", and the official release date is in June. Andy plays the Adam Sandler's character (Donny)'s son, Han Solo Burger.... Yeah. In the movie, Andy's dad had fathered him when he was still in middle school, and the mother was his teacher (played by Susan Sarandon, who coincidentally played Andy's mother in the "Motherlover" and "3-way" digital shorts alongside Justin Timberlake, remember??). Adam Sandler's character can't take care of his kid since he himself was just a kid, so Han Solo Burger was taken into foster care. The movie flashes forward 25 or so years later to when Andy's character has become successful in whatever he ended up doing, he is rich, and is getting ready to marry is fiance, played by Leighton Meester. Donny, having lived the rest of his life barely getting by, finds out his long-lost son is rich, and shows up right before the wedding in search of money. That's about all I know about this film!
Anyway, Andy and Adam Sandler showed up on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon on Sunday after the Superbowl to talk about the movie. There are three parts to the interview, two being on the first link, and the last on the second (enjoy!):
Aaaaand last but not least for today's post, there has been some last-minute change up about yet another Andy movie, "Hotel Transylvania". This is an animated film that is currently being worked on, and also stars Adam Sandler, if you can believe it. For the last few months, the creators were talking about how Miley Cyrus will be playing the part of Andy's love interest in the film, but it seems something else is up their sleeves now: Selena Gomez has replaced Miley! Not much of a difference, considering both are WAY too young to play Andy's love interest in a non-animated film, they have both been Disney Chanel stars, and everyone in the world either REALLY hates them, or REALLY loves them. Personally, they don't concern me too much, but if either one is going to be in a movie with Andy, all I care about is that the bring their A-game!
Here's the link to the review of Selena Gomez:
That's it for today. A long, boring post, I know, but since TAE left without warning and all for a whole month, it was kinda necessary. I will try my best to post as often as possible, but until then, please enjoy the fact that the Andy Samberg Blog is NOT dying!!
Saturday, February 04, 2012
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Saturday, January 14, 2012
Yeah, Andy does that a lot, doesn't he? =^)
Andy Samberg is among the guest stars appearing in season 2 of "Portlandia," coming to IFC in January, 2012.
Johnny Marr strums his way to "Portlandia": Speaking of guest stars, the reported famous faces expected to turn up in season 2 of "Portlandia" include Kristen Wiig, Amber Tamblyn, Jack McBrayer, Tim Robbins, Andy Samberg and Penny Marshall, in addition to Kyle MacLachlan, reprising his role as a fictional Portland mayor. Now comes word that Johnny Marr, beloved by Smiths fans for his guitar wizardry, will also appear.
Here's a video overview preview of season 2:
I actually hadn't realized it that Portlandia was a sketch show! Fred found a nice nitch with this offbeat show!
You know, I think Fred is the only SNL cast member who's appeared on SNL and a sitcom at the same time!
Thanks to SamJae for the scoop!
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- Late Night with Jimmy Fallon (videos - 10/13/09)
- on Yo Gabba Gabba (video)
- His Elle shoot (video)
- SNL, 9/26/09 - Megan Fox & U2
- Andy and friends at the Emmys
- Andy Samberg and Jimmy Fallon at the MTV VMAs
- Andy Samberg behind the scenes of "Cloudy" Video
- Andy Samberg on Martha Stewart
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