Ready for the countdown of our Favorite 100 Supernatural Episodes? This week I’m counting down numbers 30 to 26!
How did we choose which episodes deserved to be on the Top 100 list? Rankings were determined by a group of rag-tag-war-torn fans who spend way too much of their time studying and writing about Supernatural! More specifically, participants in this ranking challenge included administrators and writers from The WFB, admins from the website Fangasm, and admins from Super-Fan-Wiki. Each individual’s rankings were tallied to create a consolidated list of our Top 100 Favorite Episodes – and by “tallied” I mean my computer-expert hubs took the excel spreadsheet and applied his math-genius skills, resulting in a formula that weighted and ranked the final results. Details about this epic project were described in “The Road So Far” introduction. It’s all about the Math, and say it with we – Math Don’t Lie. So let’s get to this week’s countdown!
#30 “Prophet and Loss” (14.12)
In this episode, Dean is determined to lock Michael away, as in, keep Michael locked inside of himself, inside of a box, in the darkest depths of the sea. In a box. In the SEA.
Okay, so, how is this even remotely a good plan?
Journalbookbinder called the Ma’lak Box one of the creepiest things they’ve ever come up with, and I could not agree more. Like, who does that? Who thinks being locked inside a box is even an idea? I’m just
Memorable Scene #1: The episode begins with Dean inside that Ma’lak Box. He’s using his phone for light. And he’s scared. And he calls out for Sammy. And then his phone dies and it’s all pitch black inside of the box, and… Then he wakes up, in his bed, in his room in the Bunker. He was having a nightmare. Sam comes in and asks him about the dream, but of course, Dean says he’s okay. Listen, Dean, honey, you are not okay. This plan is not OK.
Lynn said, “The first time I watched, I just sat there gaping and horrified, feeling the terror right along with Dean thanks to Jensen’s performance and how much he allowed himself to really go there. The whole scene is so well done, and we see every second as Dean starts to lose it, the panic and horror setting in as he pounds and scratches, crying out for his brother.”
Memorable Scene #2: Sam and Dean are driving, and Dean has a vision of Michael trying to break free:
Dean: I know I wasn’t always the greatest brother to you.
Sam: Dean, you were the one who was always there for me. The only one. I mean, you practically raised me.
Dean: I know things got dicey… you know, with Dad… the way he was. And I just… I didn’t always look out for you the way that I should’ve. I mean, I had my own stuff, you know. In order to keep the peace, probably looked like I took his side quite a bit. Sometimes, when I was… when I was away, you know it wasn’t ’cause I just ran out, right? Dad would… He would send me away when I really pissed him off. I think you knew that.
Sam: Man, I left that behind a long time ago. I had to. And if we’re gonna get through this, I-I have to do like you said and… try and keep my mind off where we’re going. So if we could not have conversations that sound like… deathbed apologies, I would really appreciate it.
Lynn said, “Sam probably did think that his big brother abandoned him from time to time, and Dean probably still feels guilty about not being there for his little brother. My heart just breaks for both of them.”
It’s fine, I’m fine. I don’t need my heart anyway.
Memorable Scene #3: Nick is inside his old house, where his family died. The ghost of his wife appears, and she begs him to reject Lucifer. Nick refuses. Yeah, I’m pretty sure this is not gonna end well.
Lynn gave kudos to Mark Pellegrino, saying “he always does a great job showing us Nick’s twisted emotional state.” I agree 1000% – Mark’s portrayal of Nick is soooo good; Mark makes me feel sorry for Nick and his tragic losses, but he also makes me hate him at the same time.
Memorable Scene #4: Sam and Dean go to the nursing home to check on Donatello, and Cas is already there. Cas tries to talk Dean out of his plan to sink to the bottom of the sea, but Dean remains bullheaded about it, saying that if Cas was his friend then he wouldn’t try to stop him.
Castiel: Donatello’s mind is fighting to rebuild. It’s like he’s trying to organize his… his memories, the words of God.
Dean: So that’s what Tony was picking up on.
Castiel: Well, then, I-I can fix him.
Dean: Wait. How? I thought he was too far gone.
Castiel: Dean, if there’s a spark – a hope – then I have to try. You taught me that.
Memorable Scene #5: In the final scene, Dean finds Sam at the Impala, drinking a beer. Sam is distraught, and he’s crying, and then he actually slugs Dean! And Dean realizes how upset Sam is, and when Sam tries to hit Dean again, Dean wraps him in a hug.
That final scene is easily one of the most emotionally charged scenes in the history of the show. Nightsky called it “perhaps the single best scene of the series.” Kate38 echoed her words, saying, “The punch-hug will go down in history as one of the best moments in the entire series.” Gail said, “Jared gave us a tear-jerking, wonderful performance as he delivered Sam’s speech at the end.”
Lynn expanded on these sentiments: “Jared was absolutely masterful in this scene. The entire episode, he has been crafting Sam’s slow relentless disintegration, his increasing horror and hurt and sadness and anger at what his brother is about to do. By the time Sam verbally attacks Dean in this scene, Jared has showed us the cracks in Sam’s defenses splitting open, and inside those cracks the intensity of pain there just took my breath away.”
Dean: Well, I would call this a win. Kind of nice. We’re going out on a high.
Sam: ‘Going out’ being the operative phrase.
Sam: ‘Sorry.’ How sorry are you? Sorry that you fight to keep Donatello alive, but when it comes to you, you just throw in the towel? Or are you sorry that, after all these years, our entire lives, a-after I’ve looked up to you, after I’ve learned from you. I’ve copied you, I followed you to Hell and back, are you sorry that all of that it means nothing now?
Dean: Who’s saying that?
Sam: You are, when you tell me I have to kill you. When you’re telling me I have to just throw away everything we stand for, throw away faith, throw away family. We’re the guys who save the world. We don’t just check out of it!
Dean: Sam, I have tried everything. Everything! I got one card left to play, and I have to play it.
Sam: You have one card today! But we’ll find another tomorrow. But if you quit on us today, there won’t be no tomorrow! You tell me, uh, you don’t know what else to do. I don’t either, Dean. Not yet. But what you’re doing now, it’s wrong! It’s quitting! I mean l-look what just happened. Donatello never quit fighting. So we could help him because he never gave up. I believe in us, Dean. I believe in us. Why don’t you believe in us, too?
Dean: Okay, Sam. Let’s go home.
Dean: Maybe Billie’s wrong. Maybe. But I do believe in us. I believe in all of us. And I’ll keep believing until I can’t. Until there’s absolutely no other way. But when that day comes – if that day comes… Sam, you have to take it for what it is – the end. And you have to promise me that you’ll do then what you can’t do now, and that’s let me go. And put me in that box. You, too.
#29 “Bad Day at Black Rock” (3.03)
Who knew a rabbit’s foot was actually bad luck?
Alice called this “one of the funniest episodes in the series, period. One of the best written too. Screwball comedies are not easy!” Journalbookbinder agreed, calling it a “great comedy.”
Nate Winchester said, “This Sam-centric episode proves that Jared has some comedic chops and, while he plays a great “straight-man” in the brothers duo, we can get classic episodes when the show lets the boys switch. It’s also a brilliantly written episode that is beautiful in its tight plotting of numerous threads coming together to ruin Sam’s day.”
Nate also had some interesting insights into Bela. He said, “The idea of someone in that hunter world who isn’t in it to kill things or save people – but just for themselves – is immensely fascinating. What if they had explored that more? What if Bela returned more often as an “ally of circumstance” eventually becoming a full-fledged ally when the world is on the line? Those are the questions that get the creative juices flowing. This episode really expanded the possibilities of the stories Supernatural could tell while being just a damn fun time in the process.”
Kate38 added, “Fun, fun, fun! Great story with tons of laughs. I’m still pissed that Bella stole those lottery tickets, though!”
Lynn said, “I loved the comedy in this one! Jared/Sam falling over everything is hilarious. Poor Sam, trying so hard to obey Dean’s instructions and sit quietly and the room catches on fire – I laughed so hard I was practically crying!”
Memorable Scene #1: The waitress (aka Bela Talbot) steals the rabbit’s foot from Sam and his bad luck starts immediately – he slips and falls outside the restaurant. His bad luck continues as he steps in gum. Then comes one of the most iconic lines from the entirety of the show:
Memorable Scene #2: Kubrick and Creedy (two hunters who think that Sam intentionally opened the Devil’s Gate) track down Sam and intend to kill him. Of course, Sam is under instructions from Dean to not move inside the hotel room. Fortunately, Dean rescues Sam from Kubrick and Creedy, and in doing so, we have another one of those iconic lines from the show:
Memorable Scene #3: In the final scene, just as Sam and Dean are about to destroy the rabbit’s foot, Bela shows up, demanding they give it back to her. She even shoots Sam! Dean distracts her, and then he tosses the rabbit’s foot to her, which she catches, so now she’s cursed. Having no other choice, she hands over the rabbit’s foot to be destroyed. She leaves, but not before stealing Dean’s winning scratch-off tickets.
What happens next is actually an ad-libbed line from Jensen. Jared immediately broke character and started laughing. The scene was not cut and remains in the episode.
#28 “The Executioner’s Song” (10.14)
Well, well, well. Look who’s back. Cain – and he’s on a mission to kill all of his descendants because they are tainted by his blood and the murderous intentions of the Mark of Cain.
Alice said, “We needed more episodes with Cain. This was excellent.” Gail agreed, adding, “What a wonderful performance by Timothy Omundson. Controlled, but very menacing. The final showdown between Dean and Cain was very dramatic. Great performances by everyone!”
Nate Winchester added, “How good of an actor is Timothy Omundson? I hate Cain on multiple levels. I hate him as a character. I hate his his role in the plot, and I hate what he does to the canon of the Supernatural world. But you know what? I love to watch him on screen – Timothy is so good in his performance I’m actually annoyed we didn’t get more screentime of a character I hated. To me, that’s the mark of a great actor – they always get the audience to want to see them and with this swan song of Cain’s exit from the series, it makes me regret that we didn’t get Timothy playing a season-long arc villain because we definitely needed more of him.”
Lynn said, “I loved so much about this episode! The writing that laid the groundwork for so many powerful scenes! The cinematography and direction and set decoration and visual effects were brilliant! The acting performances of ALL of the main players collectively blew me away and kept me so sucked in that I was holding my breath for most of the second half of the episode!”
Memorable Scene #1: The interaction between Crowley and Rowena. Mark Sheppard has always been a favorite of mine, and Ruth Connell absolutely slays her role as a conniving witch. Kudos to both!
Rowena: This demon asks you to equalize credit for his and another’s work – split the baby, if you will. Well, then I would well and truly split the baby. I’d cut this puling, pathetic, greed-grubbing git in two, literally, then I’d nail his bloody halves to the doors of the court – a reminder to all not to waste the king’s time. Whiners beget whiners. You can’t reward behavior like that – why I never gave in when you asked for sweeties as a child, no matter how much you cried. Well, you were a very… chunky child, darling. Bit of a bloater.
Crowley: Well done Mother. Next time you run a long con, let more than a few hours of suspicious, entirely uncharacteristic usefulness pass before making your ask.
Rowena: You think I have an ulterior motive, that I’ve been manipulating you?
Crowley: You couldn’t be more transparent.
Rowena: Well duh, of course I was manipulating you. I am your Mother after all. Manipulations who we are; my wee sausage. What matter is it that I had a motive, we had fun today, didn’t we?
Memorable Scene #2: Dean insists on facing Cain alone, partly because he needs Sam, Cas, and Crowley to take out whatever comes out of the barn, be it Cain or enraged-by-the-Mark Dean. Then Dean goes into the barn to confront Cain, and their epic battle – both verbal and physical – begins. Ultimately, Dean kills Cain.
Cain: It’s been too long. That old feeling, makes wonder how I ever had the strength to resist. This may be hard to believe, in light of what I’m about to do to you, but I care about you, Dean. I truly do, but I know I’m doing you a favor. I’m saving you.
Dean: Saving me from what?
Cain: From your fate. Has it ever occurred to you? Have you never mused upon the fact that you are living my life in reverse. My story began when I killed my brother, and that’s where your story will inevitably end.
Dean: No. Never.
Cain: It’s called the Mark of Cain for a reason! First, first you’d kill Crowley — there’d be some strange mixed feelings on that one, but you’d have your reason, get it done, no remorse. And then you’d kill the angel Castiel, now that one, that I suspect would hurt something awful. And then! Then would come the murder you’d never survive, the one that would finally turn you into as a much of a savage as it did me…
Cain: Your brother, Sam. The only thing standing between you and that destiny is this Blade. You’re welcome my son.
Lynn said, “The fight scene between Cain and Dean was magnificent! Seamlessly choreographed, in a way that you could feel Dean’s reluctance to give in to the blade’s power and go all out, and you could feel Cain’s playing with him like a cat with a mouse. Again, there wasn’t too much dialogue – and what there was hit as hard as the punches. I might have held my breath through the entire scene, I was so on pins and needles waiting to see what would happen.”
Nightsky added, “I’m mesmerized by Dean’s look back at Sam as Dean ascends the stairs to an uncertain but inevitable fate. Then after then showdown, I have replayed the scene where Dean collapses into Sam’s arms dozens of times. Dean’s emotional exhaustion, and doing a “trust fall” into the safety of Sam’s hug, says everything about their relationship. It grips my heart every time.”
Memorable Scene #3: Perhaps one of the best lines delivered by someone other than Sam or Dean comes from Rowena, as she tells Crowley exactly how his relationship with the Winchesters really is:
Kate38 said, “There was such a buildup to this show down with Cain that I was worried it would be anticlimactic, but it wasn’t. They added just enough suspense and intensity to make this one feel right. And I still shudder at the very end, when Dean walks past Castiel in the Bunker’s kitchen, and Sam tells Cas that Dean is in trouble. That LOOK from Dean was so confounding. And Sam looks like he’s ready to cry.”
Ok, listen, you know where to find me. Send tissues.
#27 “All Hell Breaks Loose, Part One” (2.21)
Here we go, folks. Just go ahead and brace yourself.
Nate Winchester summed it up like this: “Gripping, entertaining ride that is the culmination of 2 whole seasons.” Meanwhile, Alice said, “It’s the first Winchester death. I still weep over that scene.” Same, Alice, same.
In this episode, Sam disappears from a diner, only to wake up in a deserted town. But it’s not so deserted, as he finds Andy, Ava, Jake and Lily – and they all have a special power much like Sam’s visions.
Ok, so maybe this isn’t a bad thing, right? Maybe Sam can find some answers, right? Listen, what show have I been watching, right? This is all just a part of Azazel’s master plan, to find out which of his “children” has the guts to kill the others and become the leader of his demon army.
This. Will. Not. End. Well.
Memorable Scene #1: Sam and Dean stop at a diner. Sam goes inside to get food, and Dean insists on pie. Still in the car, the radio starts to cut out and Dean immediately realizes something is wrong. He runs inside the diner to find Sam, but instead he finds the staff and the customers dead, and Sam is missing.
Dean: Hey, don’t forget the extra onions this time, huh?
Sam: Dude, I’m the one whose gonna have to ride in the car with your extra onions.
Dean: Hey, see if they’ve got any pie. Bring me some pie! I love me some pie.
Memorable Scene #2: Dean and Bobby find that the roadhouse has burned to the ground and everyone except Ellen is dead. Then Dean begins to have visions of Sam and where he is; the visions are being sent to him by Andy, at Sam’s request.
Lynn said, “I remember being SHOCKED that the roadhouse burned down, and devastated that Ash was apparently killed.” Same, Lynn, same.
Memorable Scene #3: While Sam is sleeping, Azazel appears to him in a dream. He tells Sam that he killed Jessica in order to lure Sam back into hunting, and then he shows Sam what really happened the night Mary died – the demon feeding his blood to baby Sam in the crib, and that Mary knew the demon. As if that isn’t bad enough, Azazel also tells Sam:
The Yellow-Eyed Demon: Honestly, I’m surprised you hadn’t guessed. I mean, why do you think so many children flamed out already? Max Miller and Andy’s brother, what’s-his-name? They weren’t strong enough. I’m looking for the best and brightest of your generation.
Sam: My generation?
The Yellow-Eyed Demon: Well, there’s other generations, but let’s just worry about yours. That’s why I’m here, Sam. I wanna give you the inside track. You’re tough. You’re smart. You’re well-trained, thanks to your daddy. Sam – Sammy – you’re my favorite.
Gross. No. Go away.
Memorable Scene #4: Sam and Jake start to leave the town, but Jake attacks Sam. Sam thinks Jake is unconscious. At that moment, Dean and Bobby arrive, Jake wakes up and grabs a knife, and stabs Sam in the back. Sam dies in Dean’s arms.
Dean: No, Sam! Whoa, whoa, whoa, Sam. Sam! Hey! Hey, hey. Come here. Let me look at you. Hey, look at me. It’s not even that bad. It’s not even that bad, all right? Sammy? Sam! Hey, listen to me. We’re gonna patch you up, okay? You’ll be good as new. Huh? I’m gonna take care of you. I’m gonna take you care of you. I’ve got you. That’s my job, right? Watch out for my pain-in-the-ass little brother? Sam? Sam! Sam! Sammy! No. No, no, no, no.
Kate38 said, “Sam’s death scene at the end stunned and broke me.” Nightsky agreed, adding, “The Americana music starts the tears. I can feel Dean’s pain as he realizes Sam is dead – even after all these rewatches. What an amazing, amazing scene.”
Lynn called the final scene “so heartbreaking,” adding, “This scene killed me. There’s no other way to say it. Dean’s absolute agony as his brother dies in his arms. I’d never seen anything like it on television. EVER… At first Dean instinctively tries to comfort Sam, telling him it will be all right. And then he realizes Sam is dead, and it breaks him, and it broke me, again.”
Listen, I have put a blanket and a few pillows over in my little corner, not that it’s much comfort as I lay here crying, and alone, Dean screaming “Sam!” echoing in my mind. On repeat. Forever.
#26 “Born Under a Bad Sign” (2.14)
In this episode, Sam has been missing for a few days. He calls Dean, and together they begin to retrace Sam’s steps, and holy hell – Sam is actually possessed by a demon!
To be honest, I found it hard to write about this episode. The whole thing kinda creeped me out, made my skin crawl. Listen, over the seasons, yes, both Sam and Dean have been something other than themselves – Sam was Lucifer, Dean was a demon – but we knew that. When Sam was Lucifer, there was no pretense, he was Lucifer. The same thing with Dean, there was no pretense, he was a demon and that was that.
Then there’s that whole “French Mistake”, Jared and Jensen playing Sam and Dean playing Jared and Jensen playing Sam and Dean, and I kept up with it. It made sense.
But in this episode, we don’t know that Sam isn’t actually Sam. We don’t know that Sam is possessed by a demon, Meg. And she is pretending to be Sam. When we do finally realize Sam isn’t really Sam, it’s hard to swallow. Meg makes it so easy to be Sam, so easy to believe that it’s Sam. I think that’s why it seemed so creepy to me – it was just so easy for a demon to become someone else.
Then I read what the other participants had to say, and I found some clarity. The truth is, that demon’s easiness, believability – that is 100% the brilliant acting of Jared:
Alice said, “So much drama in this one! This was Jared’s breakout episode.”
Lynn said, “This is one of my favorite episodes. I am in awe of Jared’s performance.”
Nate Winchester added, “I think it’s a sign of just how good Season Two as a whole is in that I would probably rank this episode lower than most of the others of the season, and yet it is still soooooo good compared to many others. It’s interesting to look back on this episode after future ones have revealed more information. Like, why did Meg never kill Sam while she was in the body? We understand why she would try and goad Dean into doing it as such an action would break him but there was nothing stopping her from doing both. Or was there? Given what we later learned about Azazel’s ultimate plan (also, notice the foreshadowing of a possessed Sam beating Dean) it seems highly likely that ole Yellow-Eyes ordered his kids to not kill Sam, and even until the end Meg wouldn’t disobey him. That’s one thing I loved about these early episodes is that while they would delve into the characters of the brothers, we were also delving into the character of the villains.”
Nightsky agreed, adding, “Sam is one scary guy in this episode. It’s a great cat and mouse chase between Meg/Sam and Dean. Jared’s performance is so scary throughout the episode but especially with Jo. Jared could easily play a deranged killer.”
Memorable Scene #1: Dean is trying to figure out what has happened to Sam. Sam asks Dean to promise he’ll kill Sam if he turns evil, but Dean can’t promise that. Then Sam slugs Dean, knocking him unconscious.
Dean: Hi, um, so sorry to bother you, but uh, my son snuck out of the house last night and, uh, went to a Justin Timberlake concert. (pause) What? Yeah. No, Justin is quite the triple threat. Uh, anyway, he’s not back yet, and, and I’m just, I’m starting to worry.
Sam: Promise me.
Dean: I’d rather die.
Sam: You’ll live to regret it.
Lynn said, “This scene was just heartbreaking. Jared and Jensen are off the charts amazing in this scene, bringing ALL the emotion. And then when Sam turned to Dean and said ‘You’ll live to regret this’ – I did not see that coming! It hurt like hell when Sam knocked his brother out and walked away. I think I gasped out loud!”
Memorable Scene #2: Sam has abducted Jo. He holds her down on the bar, threatening her. He knocks her out, then ties her up, taunting her.
Lynn said, “That whole scene with Meg/Sam and Jo was so full of tension, so dark, so terrifying.” Journalbookbinder added, “Possessed Sam about to rape Jo will make your blood run cold.” Right?! I was so so creeped out by this whole scene.
Meg/Sam to Jo: You’re really carrying a torch for him, aren’t you? I’ll take that as a yes. It’s too bad. ‘Cause see, Dean, he likes you, sure, but not in the way you’d want. I mean, maybe as kind of a… a little sister, you know? But romance, that’s just out of the question, he – he kind of thinks you’re a schoolgirl, you know? I’m not trying to hurt you, Jo, I’m telling you ’cause I care.
Jo: Our Dads were in California, Devil’s Gate Reservoir. They were setting a trap for some kind of hellspawn. John was hiding, waiting, and my Dad was bait.
Sam: That’s just like John. Oh, I’ll bet he dangled Bill like meat on a hook. Then what?
Jo: The thing showed up. John got too eager, jumped out too soon, got my Dad exposed, out in the open. The thing turned around … and killed him.
Sam: Hmm. Not quite. You see, Bill… was all clawed up. Was holding his insides in his hands. He was gurgling and… praying to see you and Ellen one more time. So my Dad… killed him. Put him out of his misery like a sick dog.
Jo: You’re lying.
Sam: I’m not. It’s true. My Daddy shot your daddy in the head.
Memorable Scene #3: Before Sam can do anything more, Dean arrives in, and Meg/Sam immediately pretends to be actual Sam and pleads with Dean to kill him. Dean can’t do it. Then Dean splashes Sam with holy water. Meg/Sam escapes through the window and Dean chases him. Outside on the dock, Meg/Sam shoots Dean, who falls into the water. Meg/Sam thinks Dean is dead, and he leaves.
Memorable Scene #4: Jo frantically calls Dean, finally finding him wounded but alive. She tends his wounds, taking the bullet out of his shoulder. Dean is ready to leave, to go look for Sam. Jo want to go with Dean, to help, but Dean forbids her from following.
Memorable Scene #5: Meg/Sam’s next stop is at Bobby’s house. Of course, Bobby thinks it’s Sam so he just lets him right on in! Or so it seems. Bobby offers Sam a beer, and Meg/Sam collapses, smoke coming out of his mouth. Bobby admits that he added a little holy water to the beer.
Meg/Sam: What’d you do?!
Bobby: A little holy water in the beer. Sam never would have noticed. But then, you’re not Sam are you. Don’t try to con a con man.
Memorable Scene #6: Meg/Sam wakes up and finds himself in the center of a devil’s trap. Dean is there, and Bobby starts the exorcism. Meg/Sam fights and resists, taunting them. Bobby finds a binding link on Sam’s arm, which locks the demon inside of Sam. Meanwhile, Meg/Sam’s incantations crack the devil’s trap, and he throws Dean and Bobby across the room. Then Meg/Sam starts to viciously beat Dean. Finally, Bobby grabs Meg/Sam’s arm and burns off the binding link.
Kate38 said, “This was one of the earliest episodes that really helped solidify the strength of the relationship among these characters (Dean, Sam, and Bobby) in my mind. It drew back the curtain a little further [back] on how far they’ll go to save one another.”
Memorable Scene #7: Back in the Impala, Sam is angry that Dean didn’t kill him when he should have, suggesting that this could have been the moment their father warned Dean about. Dean tells him that John told him he’d either have to save Sam or kill him, and then Dean says:
Sam saving Dean. Dean saving Sam. That’s it. That’s the show.
And that wraps up episodes 30-26 in the Top 100 Favorites list! Did any of these make it onto your list? Let us know in the comments! And be sure to join us as we continue the countdown with episodes 25-21!
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