Virgin River (2019) s04e05 Episode Script


Brad, hold on, all right?
Go to the back. Climb to
- At least 2000 feet. Got it.
- Yep.
- Is there an emergency kit?
- Behind the seat.
All right, we're level at 2000.
We're coasting.
You can undo your seatbelt.
- Brad.
- [Brad] Yeah?
- I'll give you some aspirin, okay?
- Yeah.
This will help stop
the blood from clotting.
Jack, you're gonna have to land us.
[Jack] Honey Harbor's
about three miles out.
Unicom frequency.
Give them my tail number.
1703 Delta.
Mayday, mayday, mayday.
Honey Harbor Unicom.
This is floatplane November 1703 Delta.
We're coming in for an emergency landing.
I repeat, we're coming in
for an emergency landing.
The pilot's having a heart attack.
Ambulance transport needed.
[dispatch] This is the Honey Harbor FBO,
request heard.
- How many souls onboard?
- Three.
- We have visual.
- Put this under your tongue.
It's nitroglycerin.
It'll help with your pain.
- Okay.
- Try to take deep breaths, if you can.
November 1703 Delta,
090 at six knots, no traffic.
Approach from the west for Dock 7.
We're shining a light.
I'll need some help here.
Pitch for 70 knots, flaps 30.
Copy that.
- [Brad] How far from the surface?
- Uh, about 30 feet top to bottom.
Okay, pull up, pull up.
Tell me when.
- Little more.
- Yeah.
Brace for impact!
[theme music playing]
Straight to the OR. Coming through.
Sorry for the wait. We're a little busy.
Maternal assessment
showed no irregularities.
Good news all around.
- [Jack] Thank God.
- Thank you.
- So when can I take her home?
- Already signed the discharge papers.
- All right. Great. Yeah.
- Yeah. Thanks.
What about Brad?
- Stable and headed to the cath lab.
- Good.
- Lucky you two were on that flight.
- Thank you, Dr. Keram.
- Yeah.
- Thank you.
See? We're okay.
Mm-hm. Yeah.
How you feeling?
I'm better.
It's just, with that impact,
I thought maybe something
No, the doctor just said
everything's fine.
I know, it's just,
what if something had happened?
Hey, you were the one that said
no more what ifs, remember?
You're right. It's just hard not to.
I know, I know.
Let's focus on the positive.
Let's get you home,
so you can get some rest.
You know, we were supposed to be
sleeping under the stars tonight.
Whispering Rock.
- You were? You were taking me camping?
- Mm-hm.
- I thought you hated sleeping outside.
- I do. That's how much I love you.
Oh, God, I love you.
[Mel] Uh-huh. Okay. Thank you, Dr. Lorton.
- Hey.
- Hey.
Uh, Dr. Keram sent her copies
of my test results and blood work.
What'd she say?
We scheduled the NT ultrasound
and the maternal serum test for Week 11.
Did she find a problem?
No. No, we're just being cautious.
- Okay. Good.
- Yeah.
- Let me know when, I'll go with you.
- Okay.
She also said we could do the NIPT.
Well, I think we can
take care of the other tests
before we deal with the NIPT.
Because, I mean,
that result doesn't really matter.
Mm. But once we know
the paternity, we can move on.
We're past that. This baby's coming
whether we're ready or not.
But don't you think our child
will wanna know their genealogy?
It will be a while before
they can even say "genealogy,"
let alone care about it.
Yeah, but
I don't know, look at Denny.
He came out here because he wanted
to know who his real grandfather is.
He had a good life
before he knew about Doc.
[cell phone pings]
I'm sure he was missing something.
Well, I can assure you,
our baby is not gonna be missing anything,
because we'll love them
with everything we got.
Still, I think it's better to know
the truth than live in denial.
- [cell phone pings]
- Well, not always.
Do you need to?
Yeah, I gotta
- Sorry, it's the bar. Gotta go.
- All right.
- Can we talk about it later?
- Sure.
- I love you.
- Love you too.
[man 1 on TV] identified himself
as Dr. Aaron Platt.
- We asked him what had happened.
- [man 2] That's hard to answer.
Honey, your neurologist's office called.
They have a cancelation,
and they asked if you wanted the spot.
Uh, let me think. No, thank you.
I already accepted.
Then you go.
Look, we have to keep up
with your treatment.
I don't see anyone
poking and prodding you.
Once a month, I have needles
injected into my eyeballs.
I have house calls to make.
I'll be back around 1 to pick you up.
You don't need to do that.
I'll ask Jo Ellen to drive me.
- Are you sure?
- Yes.
Well, thank you for cooperating.
You're most welcome.
[door closes]
[phone beeps]
[keypad beeping]
[line ringing]
Dr. Freeman's office. How may we help you?
- This is Hope McCrea.
- Hello.
I need to cancel today's appointment.
- The one you just made?
- Yes, something came up.
Would you like to reschedule?
I don't have my calendar in front of me.
I'll have to call you back. Bye.
[Jack] Still no leads on Vince?
[Mike] Nah, none that have panned out yet.
With all of our technology,
how does a guy just vanish into thin air?
He's a crooked cop,
knows how to disappear.
Preacher's putting on a good show,
but worrying about
Christopher is killing him.
Trust me, Jack,
we're doing the best we can.
You think Brady could've seen anything?
Like a parked car outside the bar?
When we interviewed him,
he said he didn't.
That was a while back.
Maybe something's resurfaced?
Not sure it would do any good,
but you want me to talk to him again?
Nah. Nah, that's all right.
I'm just thinking out loud.
All right. Well, hey, if anything changes,
I'll let you know.
All right. Thanks, man.
[knocking on door]
Come in.
- Hey.
- Hey.
I talked to Mel. You guys okay?
Yeah, thankfully.
Wow. Sweet of her to surprise you
with a romantic getaway.
- We didn't get very far.
- It's the thought that counts, huh?
- I'm glad you're okay.
- Thanks.
Hey, listen, did Brady ever talk to you
about the night that I got shot?
Um I've asked him about it.
He's never said much.
You think he'd talk to me?
He kind of blames you for putting him
in jail and for getting stabbed.
I didn't say it was rational.
He might've seen something
that could help track down Vince.
Okay. I'll ask him again.
No, that's
It's cool. I'll handle it.
Just be cool with him, okay?
What? I'm always cool.
I'd love to debate that point,
but I've got work to do.
Hey. You already done with Bert?
Uh, no, he's asking for you.
Oh. What did you do, make him mad?
I don't think so.
- Calm down. I'm just kidding.
- Remind me to never play poker with you.
- You're impossible to read.
- I only play Go Fish.
That's funny.
- [Mel] Hey, Bert.
- Hey.
- What's up?
- It's about Shirley.
I told her I hurt my shoulder because
it was the only way I could get her here.
Okay. Well, what's going on?
[Bert] She's tired all the time,
and she's lost weight,
and she stopped making
her famous peach cobblers.
Is she having any chest pain?
I don't know.
Why hasn't she come into the clinic?
I run my own business, but we still
can't afford health insurance.
- Where is she?
- Outside, in the car.
I'll go get her. All right?
I talked to Brad, he sounded good
for a guy who just had a heart attack.
He worked pararescue back in the day.
With that kind of training,
he probably could have
resuscitated himself.
[Jack chuckles]
If you want to take the day off,
I got Hannah closing.
- Oh, big plans?
- Oh, you know, I'm seeing Julia.
- Oh, good for you.
- Yeah. Cooking for her.
Is "cooking" code for something else?
- No. I'm not thinking about that.
- Okay.
No, she You know, she's great.
- I just don't want to rush anything.
- Yeah, I get it.
Think he's got a shot
at getting Lizzie back?
Well, for his sake, I hope so.
So I saw your aunt last night.
She and my grandmother
are working on costumes for the fair.
That's nice.
Are you still performing?
It's kind of hard to do
Romeo and Juliet without Romeo.
Maybe you should've
broken up with me after the fair.
Do you really wanna go there?
What about Denny? Did you ask him?
I did.
He said no.
I can see you're broken up about it.
No, I'm being serious, you know.
I know how much you want to play Juliet.
The dress is so pretty.
You know, technically,
I am still available.
That's a terrible idea.
The scene ends with a kiss.
Well, we don't have to kiss.
We can just, like, hug.
- Do you even remember your lines?
- Sure.
Look, we can try the scene,
and if it's too weird,
we can just forget about it.
Fine. Meet me at Tara's
after your shift, and we can rehearse.
All right.
Bert's such a Nervous Pervis these days.
How long have you had this rash?
It's just a little rosacea.
All the women in my family have it.
Is it constant, or do you get flare-ups?
It gets worse in the sun,
and I did some gardening yesterday, so
- Any joint pain?
- How much time do you have?
Any numbness?
Sometimes. When I'm under stress.
Like now.
Good morning.
Enjoying that cup of joe?
Cup of joe? Coffee?
Sorry, I'm not totally awake yet.
- Ah.
- Hey, morning, Doc.
Morning, Jack. This is my grandson, Denny.
- Oh, yeah. Hey, man. Good to meet you.
- Yeah.
- [Jack] How's your trip going so far?
- Awesome. I'm staying at the B&B.
- Ooh. Nick's snoring keeping you awake?
- Thought I was being sensitive.
No, Nick even wakes himself up.
I'd offer you a room above the bar,
but my sister's staying there.
I appreciate that offer, Jack,
but I'm working on a solution.
Great. Well, good to meet you.
- Welcome to Virgin River.
- Thanks.
I wanted to talk to you about the B&B.
I mean, normally I'd invite you
to stay with me and Hope,
but she's just not up for houseguests now.
Of course, I totally understand.
And the B&B is fine.
I think we can do better than fine.
There is a bedroom
on the second floor of the clinic.
You'll be much more comfortable there.
I just, um I don't wanna bother anyone.
Well, you're not a bother, you're family.
Well, that'd be great.
Bring your stuff by the clinic,
and I'll show you all around.
- That's generous of you.
- Don't give it another thought.
Thanks for meeting me.
It sounded important.
Plus, there's donuts.
Look, you won't like what I have to say,
but I'm asking you to keep an open mind.
That's quite the disclaimer.
I need you to go
to the bondsman's office with me
so we can find out
who posted Brady's bail.
- Brie, we've been over this already.
- This isn't just about Brady.
Until Vince is in custody,
the guy who shot my brother
is still out there.
We're working on it, you have my word.
- I thought you were after Calvin's boss.
- Yeah, I am.
I think those things are connected.
Connected how?
Whoever framed Brady
framed him using Vince's gun.
- To what end?
- Control.
They put Brady in prison,
and then got him out.
That is a lot of leverage
to have over someone.
- Maybe, but
- Please.
Just this one thing.
I'll buy you lunch afterward.
You're insinuating that I can be bought.
If it'll make you feel better,
we can split it.
All right.
I'll do it.
All right? Just After this,
just leave the police work to me.
Thank you. And I will.
We'd like to screen Shirley's samples
for autoimmune diseases.
What kind of diseases?
rheumatoid arthritis, lupus, celiac.
- Didn't your?
- I don't think you'll find anything,
but keep us posted. Bert, we need to go.
We're staying.
Is there something you're not telling us?
Her aunt had the lupus, whatever that is.
Lupus is when your immune system
attacks your body.
Why didn't you tell me
you weren't feeling well?
Oh. I thought it would pass.
So, what's the cure?
Unfortunately, there is none.
But with medications and treatments,
you can help control the symptoms.
Absolutely not.
Lupus practically bankrupted my aunt.
Now, hold on.
If she doesn't accept treatment,
then what happens?
Left untreated,
lupus can result in heart failure,
kidney failure, stroke.
Of course, you will need to see
a specialist for an official diagnosis.
But once you have that,
and with proper treatment,
lupus patients can live
long and healthy lives.
Well, I don't care what the cost is.
Go ahead, tell him.
Treatment can run up as high
as $36,000 per year.
But there are federal programs
that can help offset the costs.
By the end of the month, we barely
have two nickels to rub together.
Maybe the annual picnic
can help make up the difference.
- We are not comfortable with charity.
- The hell we aren't.
You need medicine.
I'll be glad to set my pride aside
and beg on the street if I have to.
- I won't let you do that.
- It's not up to you.
I'm being selfish.
I can't lose you.
Shirley, it's because of you
I have a life.
Oh, Bert.
Come here.
Okay, Lizzie's hemline is done.
If only Muriel would sew
half as fast as you.
Perfection cannot be rushed.
Oh, sure, it can.
Here, finish this.
- [scoffs]
- Oh.
Anyway, Hope, it is so lovely
that you have joined us today.
I had an opening in my schedule.
Hey, speaking of schedule,
are you going to do
your opening remarks at the fair?
Uh, I'm not sure I'm going.
Oh, but you have to go.
[Muriel] If it's too much trouble,
I'd be happy to give
the opening remarks for you.
Be my guest.
But you'll still attend, right?
I'll think about it.
Don't worry, Doc texted me
a reminder about your appointment.
We should go so you're not late.
The appointment got canceled.
[Jo Ellen] Doc didn't tell me that.
They called right before you came over.
Oh, Tara, hand me
another skirt from Muriel's pile.
Thank you.
No way in hell.
Okay, you're not listening to me.
Dan Brady is a flight risk.
- That's for a judge to decide.
- Okay.
He jumps bail, you're not seeing
any of that cash, okay?
You might be here for a while.
Thank you.
Is that your partner?
He's a total caveman.
He must be related to my boss.
- I'm Brie, by the way.
- Susan.
Susan, how long you been working here?
- Too long.
- You ever think about doing anything else?
I got a record,
so I don't have a lot of choices.
- Brie, you coming?
- Mm.
In a minute.
Damn it. This is gonna blow
the whole case for me.
We need that name for court.
Sorry, I wish I could help.
Yeah. Pretty sure your boss
would have an issue with that.
[man] Sherrie! Get your butt in here.
What do I care?
He takes issue with everything.
- [man] Sherrie!
- Hey, douchebag.
Her name is Susan.
Seriously, if he keeps talking
to you like that, you let me know.
My best friend is an employment attorney.
You could sue him for creating
a hostile work environment.
Wow. Uh, thanks.
Oh, and, um
if you do happen to come across
any information about Dan Brady
that you can share
I'd owe you one.
That was a waste of time.
Um, that guy was never gonna give names.
But sometimes, when properly incentivized,
assistants can be helpful.
This wasn't about the bondsman,
it was about you getting to the assistant?
Pretty much.
Okay, why didn't you tell me?
I didn't know
how good of an actor you'd be.
- So where are we going for lunch?
- You probably already know.
Donatella's in Clear River.
I made a reservation.
- Hey.
- Hey, you.
Hi. Uh, can we talk for a second?
I feel like we left things
in a weird place this morning.
[Mel sighs]
You said that knowing the truth
isn't always better.
But the thing is,
is that the truth usually comes out.
I mean, it might take decades,
but it usually does.
If it comes up and there's an issue,
we'll deal with it then.
I don't understand how you can live
with that kind of uncertainty.
Uncertainty is a part of life.
Yeah, but aren't you tired of wondering?
I'm not thinking about it.
- How is that possible?
- Because I choose not to.
I'm sorry, but it's too big of a question
for me to pretend it doesn't exist.
Is there no way you can let this go?
No, I can't.
I can't ignore this the way that you can.
I'm sorry. I'm sorry.
I wish that I could, but I just I can't.
Okay. I'm gonna go back to work.
[upbeat music playing]
Sorry I'm late.
I had to drop off some samples at the lab.
What are you doing out here?
I wasn't sure if I should go in.
Of course you should.
Come on. Let's meet the team.
Uh, bedroom, top of the stairs,
on the left.
Mel, say hello to my grandson, Denny.
Oh, hi. Nice to meet you.
Hey, you too.
Cam. Come say hi to my grandson.
- Denny.
- Hey there.
Boy, am I glad you are here,
because you get to be the new guy
and I can just fade into the background.
- Cameron just moved here.
- Ah. Glad I could help.
Yeah, and thanks
for accommodating Denny's stay upstairs.
Hope's not up
for a houseguest at the moment.
Of course, anytime.
I'm happy to have you join the fray.
I'm gonna go run before it gets too late.
Have fun.
- See you tomorrow, nice meeting you.
- Bye.
Oh, when you have time,
I just have to fill you in on a case.
- Okay.
- I'll go
No, no. So you have this.
This is the alarm code instructions
and the keys, and that'll do it.
- Thanks again.
- Yeah, welcome.
- Bye.
- Oh, bye, nice to meet you.
All right,
you have my undivided attention.
Okay, so Shirley and Bert were in today.
Shirley's going to the hospital tomorrow
for some tests.
Cameron and I think it's lupus.
- Ooh. I'd like to see her chart
- Mm-hm.
and they must be devastated.
Yeah, Bert definitely is.
But I think that Shirley
suspected for a while.
A problem doesn't go away
just because you don't wanna face it.
Yeah. They are facing
a pretty harsh reality.
Yeah, it's true,
but people are surprisingly adaptive.
Yeah, I agree.
I mean, look at how fast you adapted
to becoming a grandfather.
Yeah. Denny, he's a good kid.
He just seems a little lost.
- Do you think that's why he came here?
- Possibly.
Well, I'm glad he found you.
Yeah, thanks.
I hope he sticks around
so we can get to know each other.
Yeah. Did he ever say
why he just showed up on your doorstep
instead of calling or e-mailing?
Well, I think he felt he'd get
a better sense of me in person.
That was a bold move.
Understanding your family tree
helps some people understand themselves.
Why do you think that is?
Well, same reason we teach history.
The past shapes the future.
- We need to talk.
- I don't got anything to say to you.
I need to know what happened
the night of the shooting.
Sounds like a you problem.
I'm asking for your help.
I almost got killed because of you.
- You went into business with Calvin.
- You're right. This is my fault.
Why'd you come to the bar that night?
Whatever it was,
it must've been real important.
I told you to stay away, but you didn't.
When have I ever listened to you, Jack?
I know you're pissed at me.
But I saved your ass more than once.
Fine. Thought I was doing the right thing.
Came to tell you
there was gonna be a raid at Calvin's.
I turned state evidence.
Made a deal with the DA.
- I'm the reason Calvin's going down.
- So you sold your friends out, huh?
No, I did the right thing.
Listen, I'm getting out.
I'm going legit from here on.
Congratulations on ending your career
as a drug dealer.
Come on, man. I'm trying here.
- Why do you gotta be an asshole?
- What do you want? You want a medal?
You want a parade?
Look, doing the right thing
is what you're supposed to do.
It doesn't make you special,
it just makes you a decent human being.
We're done here.
I was supposed to get caught in the raid.
So no one would get suspicious,
but when I got there, it was already over.
And Mike knew this?
Oh, yeah.
He set it up.
Then why didn't he tell me?
You'd have to ask him.
The only reason I told you was
in case something happened to me, I
wanted you to know
I was trying to get out.
You remember anything else?
The police timeline has you
and the shooter possibly crossing paths.
- No.
- A parked car outside the bar?
- There must have been something.
- I said no.
This is important. Will you think?
Jack. Nothing.
Thanks, Ricky.
- Hey.
- Hey.
Oh. Great minds.
I cannot resist Preacher's panna cotta.
I am picking some up as a treat for Hope.
I saw her today.
Oh. Where?
Oh, we spent the afternoon at Lily's,
sewing costumes for the Renaissance Faire.
I'm surprised she could fit that in,
with her doctor's appointment.
Oh, no. She said that got canceled.
- Oh.
- Yeah. Can I ask you something?
- Yeah, yeah.
- Okay.
So word around town
is that you have a grandson?
Oh, it's true. His name is Denny.
And you didn't know he existed?
Not until he showed up.
As soon as I heard about your grandson,
I could not help
but think about Laney Baxter.
And what about her?
A niece that she barely knew came to visit
and then talked Laney
into letting her move in.
And then a month or two later,
she got access to Laney's bank account,
took all of her money
and then skipped town.
So, wait, you're saying that Denny
has come here to steal from me?
I'm saying you should be careful.
I appreciate your concern.
I just don't get the sense
that Denny is here for money.
Probably not.
But you do know it never hurts
to exercise a little caution.
Bye, Doc.
[Lizzie] Sorry, I'll be right out.
Oh, no, take your time.
Uh, Lizzie said you left.
I did. But I'm back with dinner.
Oh, okay.
Question is, what are you doing here?
Uh, we're rehearsing.
I feel like a princess.
Oh, you look like one too.
Do you wanna try the scene?
Yeah, sure.
- I'll be your audience.
- Oh. You don't have to do that.
Oh, if you can't perform in front of me,
how are you gonna handle a crowd?
- Ready?
- Yep.
For saints have hands
that pilgrims' hands do touch.
And palm to palm is holy palmers' kiss.
Uh, have not saints lips,
and holy palmers too?
Aye, pilgrim,
lips that they must use in prayer.
Uh, O, then, dear saint,
let lips do what hands do;
they pray, grant thou,
lest faith turn to despair.
You totally know your lines.
Yeah, I told you.
All right.
- Dinner's waiting.
- I'm gonna go change.
- I don't wanna spill on my dress.
- Okay.
You're quite the actor.
- Uh Thanks.
- Uh-huh.
It's as if you've been
practicing all along.
Okay, fine.
I've been cramming all afternoon, okay?
Ricky, I say this for your benefit:
Performing a scene with Lizzie
doesn't mean she's gonna take you back.
- Okay?
- Okay.
So you said that you moved around a lot.
Yeah, I went to six different schools.
And that was before high school.
Oh, it must have been hard.
Well, it wasn't easy,
but I learned to adjust.
- You know, blend in.
- Mm.
I get it.
There were only two Black kids
in my high school, and I was one of them.
- They give you any trouble?
- No, no.
It's just I never felt like I fit in.
Yeah. It wasn't until I joined up
that I started to figure myself out.
- Yeah? Is that when you started cooking?
- Mm-hm.
Well, the Marines,
they taught me how to dismantle an IED
and make the perfect omelet.
Talk about
a well-rounded education, right?
Yeah. So, what about you?
Where did you go to college?
Oh, I went to Morgan State,
and I absolutely loved it.
What was it that made it so special?
I don't know, it, um
[pensive music playing]
It just felt like home.
I should start that fire,
or we'll be eating dinner at midnight.
Uh, what do you want me to do?
- You could unpack the food?
- Okay.
- Hey.
- Hey.
You okay?
Yeah. I just went up
to Emerald Lumber looking for Brady.
Oh, how did that go?
You all right?
Look, it's probably not the right time
to talk about this right now, but I
I can't leave this paternity issue
up in the air.
we're compromising, right?
I mean, either
you don't take the test
and you're unhappy or I give in and
I can't do that right now.
Can you at least tell me why?
And don't
Don't say that the results don't matter.
Maybe it'll help me understand
where you're coming from.
Honestly, I
don't think I'm ever gonna want to know.
Why not?
Because if we find out
that Mark's the father,
it could change how I feel about our baby.
- We know that that isn't gonna happen.
- Do we?
It's nice to think that,
it's nice to say that, but
I'm not 100% sure
that it's not gonna change how I feel.
And I don't wanna take that risk.
Why didn't you just tell me this?
Oh, come on, babe.
I didn't even
I didn't even know what I felt.
You know?
I just wanted to have an open mind.
I didn't want to upset you.
I'm not upset.
I'm just processing.
I think I need some space
to clear my head.
You want me to leave?
No. No.
I'm gonna take a walk.
I'll be back in a little bit.
I'll leave the light on.
- Oh.
- Hey.
Hey, I got you a little something
for going to the doctor's today.
But I heard it got canceled?
No. Who told you that?
Oh, Muriel.
Muriel's so caught up
in organizing the Renaissance Faire,
she can barely remember her own name,
much less keep track of what I'm doing.
All right, then. What did the doctor say?
Nothing worth mentioning.
What's with all the questions?
Just making conversation.
There's a lasagna in the oven.
Took me the better part
of the day to make it.
Why don't you pour yourself a drink
and I'll go freshen up, okay?
[keypad beeping]
Hi, Jo Ellen, it's Vernon.
Uh, fine. Thanks.
Listen, how did things go
at Hope's neurologist?
They called her to cancel.
No, no, no, not at all. No, no.
Hope told me. I just I forgot.
That's all.
Okay. Thanks.
Have a good night.
["Hurricane" playing]
I take it in real slow ♪
The world is spinning
Like a weathervane ♪
Fragile and composed ♪
Though, I am breaking down ♪
To let you in ♪
It's all we know ♪
All we know, the hurricane ♪
Falling slow ♪
Falling slow in the pouring rain ♪
It's all we know ♪
All we know, the hurricane ♪
Falling slow ♪
Falling slow ♪
What are you doing?
Watch it go ♪
Watch it go, we stay the same ♪
And I don't know ♪
I don't know how it can change ♪
Watch it go ♪
Watch it go, we stay the same ♪
And I don't know ♪
I don't know how it can change ♪
And I don't know ♪
I don't know how it can change ♪
It's all we know ♪
All we know, the hurricane ♪
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