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The X's
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Science fiction
Created byCarlos Ramos
Directed byDave Marshall
ComposerShawn Patterson
Country of originUnited States
Original languageEnglish
No. of episodes20 (1 unaired)
Executive producerCarlos Ramos
Running time22 minutes (11 minute-segments)
Production companyNickelodeon Animation Studio
Original networkNickelodeon
Original releaseNovember 25, 2005 (2005-11-25) –
November 25, 2006 (2006-11-25)
External links

The X's is an American animated television series created by Carlos Ramos for Nickelodeon. It centers on a family of spies who must conceal their identity from the outside world, but often have trouble in doing so. It had a single season of 20 episodes airing from November 25, 2005, to November 25, 2006. Although it was compared to The Incredibles and Alias,[1] Ramos has stated that the show takes inspiration from the James Bond film series and the 1960s TV series Get Smart and The Avengers.[2]


The X's work for SUPERIOR. Tucker and Trudy X have their daughter named Tuesday, their younger son named Truman and many gadgets at their disposal. An organization called S.N.A.F.U. (Society of Nefarious and Felonious Undertakings) is continually trying to cause trouble for the X's through their plans to take over the world.



  • Tucker X (voiced by Patrick Warburton) – Family patriarch, team leader of the X's and the main protagonist of the series. Tucker is the typical sixties expert at hand-to-hand combat. He is similar to James Bond and Maxwell Smart. Although he is a competent spy, he struggles with many everyday issues such as remembering his name. He is also an excellent cook and is a very strict and stern person. In one episode, his shoe phone self-destructed as a parody of both Get Smart and Mission Impossible. Tucker is 40-years old.
  • Trudy X (voiced by Wendie Malick) – Second in command and combat specialist of the X's. Trudy is fully trained in hand-to-hand combat and martial arts, but she's a horrible cook. She's an expert at tennis. Trudy is known for administering savage beatings to Glowface (sometimes twice). Her clothing resembles Star Trek uniforms. She's a very caring and protective mother to Tuesday and Truman. Trudy is 38-years old.
  • Tuesday X (voiced by Lynsey Bartilson) – Tucker and Trudy's teenage daughter and missions investigator. Tuesday is the most normal of the team, despite her rather extreme punk-rock garb and frequently changing hair-color. She is also the most knowledgeable of "real-world" behavior, which the other family members either misunderstand or ignore outright. She definitely takes after her mother in savagery and fighting skills, but at heart Tuesday is a genuine teenager who wants to do other things besides spy missions with her family. She easily gets annoyed with Truman for making fun of the size of her huge butt, despite that, she behaves like a caring sister like in the episode "You Only Sneeze Twice" when Truman's look-alike robot was about to explode, she became worried and in another episode "From Crusha With Love" she guided Truman with his date by advising him. In the episode “X Take A Holiday” it's revealed that Tuesday is 16-years-old.
  • Truman X (voiced by Jansen Panettiere) – Tucker and Trudy's son and technology expert. Truman is the smartest of all the Xs. His radiation "experiments" cause so many "meltdowns" that the local Decontamination Squad are on a first name basis with the "X"s. The enfant terrible of the "X"s, Truman can sometimes be a nuisance and make trouble. Truman is 10-years old.
  • Rex X (vocal effects provided by Dee Bradley Baker) – Truman's dog he got on his 9th birthday from Sasquatch. Rex was meant to kill Truman with Sasquatch controlling Rex with his mind control roar, but after Truman wouldn't fight him because he thought he would finally have the perfect birthday with him and Truman told about all the good times they had. After those words Rex broke free from the mind control and also all the other animals. Later, Rex became an honorary member for SUPERIOR. His first appearance was in "Boy's Best Fiend" and has since appeared in other episodes such as "To Err Is Truman".
  • Home Base (voiced by Stephen Root) – Home Base describes itself in the title sequence of The X's as "the house they live in", but Home Base is most likely the name for the computerized brain that runs the functions of their house (neither Tucker nor Trudy appear to be competent about household chores, though Tucker can mow the grass). Home Base serves as advisor, SUPERIOR contact and mission alert for the X's, and can be contacted from the X-Jet. It also serves as the (somewhat beleaguered) voice of reason in the family. Seen from above, Home Base is shaped like an X. He is clearly inspired on HAL 9000, the famous board computer of the Jupiter mission in Stanley Kubrick's "2001: A Space Odyssey".
  • The Y's – The Ys', or "Y's Guys" (wise guys) known by The X's. They're of Indian descent. They are also spies, but better. They are The X's rival family, even though once they gave them a cappuccino maker. The Y's once wanted to force The X's to give up their job as SUPERIOR agents so they could be replaced by them. They too have a computerized brain that runs their house, but is more sophisticated than Home Base. One of their fans is Glowface.
    • Steven Y (voiced by Ronobir Lahiri) – Similar to Tucker.
    • Sasha Y (voiced by Susan Pari) – Similar to Trudy.
    • Seven Y (voiced by Soleil Moon Frye) – Similar to Tuesday.
    • Scout Y (voiced by Laura Marano) – Similar to Truman, but is a girl instead of a boy.
  • The Z's – They're of Australian descent. The Z's are destroyed by the Y's. Truman stated that SUPERIOR said that their death was an accident, but the Y's hinted that their death was no mere accident, but was caused by the Y's.


  • S.N.A.F.U. – Short for Society of Nefarious and Felonious Undertakings, S.N.A.F.U. is an evil organization that the X's fight.
    • Glowface (voiced by Chris Hardwick) – The X's arch-enemy, leader of S.N.A.F.U, and the main antagonist of the series. Glowface's head is encased in a glass globe with electrical discharges. He wears a rubber suit and gloves to contain his vast energies. His schemes to get rid of the X's include having Trudy break her leg on a coffee table and sending them coupons for family portraits. Like traditional evil villains, Glowface is megalomaniacal, arrogant, loudmouthed and delusional, but he possesses little sophistication or maturity, and believes himself to be much more of a threat than he actually is. Similar to Dr. Evil from Austin Powers, Doctor Claw from Inspector Gadget, Satan from South Park, Dr. Drakken from Kim Possible, Vito Corleone from The Godfather and Ernst Stavro Blofeld from the James Bond series, he also tends to think up idiotic evil schemes like building a giant ray gun in order to bring the Eiffel Tower and Big Ben to life in order for them to wrestle so he can sell tickets. He has very poor teeth and once had to get braces. Glowface is disdainful of his nephew Brandon's crush on Tuesday. Glowface is also allergic to Zucchini and has an unseen way of eating food. The only thing that Glowface and Tucker have in common are building model train sets.
    • Lorenzo Suave (voiced by Tom Kane) – Member of S.N.A.F.U. and Glowface's right-hand man and butler. Lorenzo seems to be an amalgam of all the villainous second-in-command spy clichés. He is stylishly and impeccably dressed with a mustache, goatee, a scar along one cheek and both an eyepatch and a monocle. Lorenzo is much more intelligent than Glowface, and sometimes has to maneuver him into completing his plans when Glowface begins one of his rants. Though Lorenzo is human, he is most likely S.N.A.F.U.'s mirror to Home Base. He becomes upset when Glowface claims, after he took off his horrid disguise and introduced himself, that no one cares. He along with the S.N.A.F.U. minions are the most commonly appeared S.N.A.F.U. workers of Glowface. One time when Glowface was sick as well as the other S.N.A.F.U. agents, Lorenzo proved to be a better villain than Glowface or any of the others members of S.N.A.F.U. Just as "Glowface" is similar to Dr. Evil, Suave resembles Dr Evil's Number #2 who actually makes his evil organization work. As Tuesday X is the most normal of the X heroines, Suave is the most normal of the S.N.A.F.U. members.
    • Sasquatch (voiced by Randy Savage) – A member of S.N.A.F.U., Sasquatch appears to be an unspecified man-beast and has a roar that can hypnotize or brainwash animals to do his bidding. He is probably the strongest member of S.N.A.F.U. His goal is to return the animals to their rightful place as masters of the planet. He continuously refers to himself in the third person (i.e. "Sasquatch is the mightiest of all!").
    • Brandon (voiced by Jason Schwartzman in "The Spy Who Liked Me", later voiced by David Hornsby) – Member of S.N.A.F.U. and nephew of Glowface. Brandon is a very nice, handsome and even somewhat gallant teenage boy, but unfortunately he's working with his uncle as an intern for S.N.A.F.U. He has a crush on Tuesday and the two date (even planning dates in the midst of a battle) much to the dismay of both the X's (who don't much like the idea of Tuesday dating in general) and Glowface (who doesn't like the idea of Brandon dating the daughter of his nemesis at all). Tucker and Trudy are fairly open-minded about the relationship; on the other hand, Glowface teases Brandon about his new girlfriend whenever possible. He tends to treat his uncle's plans with either disdain or apathy, and never really acts as a villain.
    • The Scream Queens – Members of S.N.A.F.U. They are a duo of Banshee-esqe cheerleaders with a sonic boom screech. They have various cameos throughout the series.
    • The McVampires – Members of S.N.A.F.U. The McVampires are a family of hillbilly vampires. They are most likely a parody of the infamous hillbillies the McCoys. The family only appears in "Photo Ops."
    • Bio-Harold – Member of S.N.A.F.U. Bio-Harold is a buff guy in a hazmat suit. He only appears in "Photo Ops" and "Homebody."
    • Missing Link – Member of S.N.A.F.U. Missing Link is a dirty guy who looks like a chimpanzee/human hybrid. He only appears in "Photo Ops."
    • Some Old Guy (voiced by Tom Kane) – An old man. He isn't actually a real member of S.N.A.F.U. (he just thought that the photo shop where Glowface tricked the X's was the nickel store). He frequently appears as a joke with the rest of the S.N.A.F.U. agents when Glowface introduces all the S.N.A.F.U. agents present in a battle. His voice volume and dramatic tone increase with each name coming to conclusion with the most dramatic introduction being that of "Some Old Guy".
    • S.N.A.F.U. Minions (voiced by Carlos Ramos) – Glowface's Minions and foot-soldiers of S.N.A.F.U. They wear uniforms with their heads encased in globes. Their faces are never seen, but the silhouettes of their heads are seen in those globes. They have their birthdays celebrated each month on a day called "Cake Day" for any foot soldiers who have their birthday in that month.
  • Copperhead (voiced by Tom Kenny): Half man, half machine. Unlike Glowface, he never stays in one place for long. It was never actually revealed that he is part of S.N.A.F.U., but he is "The most evil of all evil spies". He has power over magnetism (like that of Magneto in X-Men), but he runs on a large battery in his back.


  • Kimla Meeks (voiced by Ashley Johnson ) Tuesday's 1st friend appeared in "A Truman Scorned", "Theater of War" and "License to Slumber". She is a huge fan of science fiction and is also very knowledgeable about sci-fi movies, comics, etc. Kimla also seems to be somewhat naive as she didn't notice Truman's crush on her and that the X's are spies despite her being presented with proof. She appears to have started talking to Tuesday more after their slumber party as they worked together on a school project later in "A Truman Scorned." A running joke throughout the series involves Kimla's "intergalactic chanting."
  • Brandon (voiced by Jason Schwartzman, later in David Hornsby) in the episode "The Spy Who Liked Me " when the family discovered that she had a boyfriend and while Trudy was shown to be excited and over emotional Tucker was furious, even thinking that Brandon could be a S. N. A. F. U. agent who was sent to steal the secret of S. U. P. E. R. I. O. R. but Tuesday denied it the idea. He made a full appearance when he arrived at the X's house to pick up Tuesday for their date and after the family embarrassed her. As he and Tuesday were about to kiss her bracelet rang and she told him she had to do something and cancelled their date, at the same time Brandon's wristband beeped and he left to. Later at a TV Station as Glowface waited for.
  • Skipper Swenson (voiced by Lindsay Sloane) Tuesday's 2nd friend appeared in "License to Slumber". Skipper is generally stuck-up and is rude to Tuesday. She doesn't like Tuesday very much and only came to her slumber party because Trudy apparently promised to pay her fifty dollars. Skipper is very popular and is also shown to have an interest in beauty and boys.
  • Annasthesia Montiho (voiced by Soleil Moon Frye) Tuesday's 3rd friend appeared in "License To Slumber". She is a goth girl and notices the strange occurrences at Tuesday's slumber party. She also likes to talk about boys.
  • Wally (voiced by Tom Kenny) A friendly neighbor of the X's. He's a devoted father with a wife and child. Wally is very nice to the X's when ever he sees them. While he's suspicious of the X's at times, he never catches on that they are spies. Wally first appeared in "Mr. Fix It," and has made appearances in "Mock Tutors," "Y's Up," and "Live and Let Diaper." Although his name is never mentioned in the series, it is listed as Wally in the credits of episodes that featured him.
  • Mother (voiced by April Winchell).
  • Reaper Kid (voiced by Paul Butcher).
  • Miguel (voiced by Paco Jimenez, later in Flaco Jiminez).
  • Nita (voiced by Andrea Zafra).


No.TitleWritten byStoryboard byOriginal air dateProd.
1a"AAIIEE, Robot!"Doug LangdaleJim SmithNovember 25, 2005 (2005-11-25)105a
Trudy breaks her leg. To solve this problem, Truman builds a replacement. This does not seem to work well.
1b"Mission: Irresponsible"Carlos RamosJim Smith and Roque Ballesteros &
Alan Lau & Brad Rau
November 25, 2005 (2005-11-25)105b
Superior decides to take Tucker and Trudy out of their ranks as punishment for destroying Stonehenge; he places Truman and Tuesday in command instead.
2a"License to Slumber"Doug LangdaleVincent WallerNovember 25, 2005 (2005-11-25)103a
Trudy arranges a slumber party for Tuesday; during it, the family begins to fight Glowface. Tuesday tries to cover up the truth about her family.
2b"Three Days of the Coin Op"Ralph SollVincent WallerNovember 25, 2005 (2005-11-25)103b
Truman's unauthorized upgrade of Home Base forces the computer offline for a day.
3a"Photo Ops"Gene GrilloCarlos Ramos, Carl Greenblatt, Erik C. Wiese,
Carey Yost, and Joe Daniello
November 25, 2005 (2005-11-25)101a
The X's get a family portrait taken to try to blend in as a normal family.
3b"Boy's Best Fiend"Mike RyanLi HongNovember 25, 2005 (2005-11-25)101b
After missing every Birthday celebration, because of the missions, Truman gets a puppy for his birthday and names it Rex, but it turns out it is from Sasquatch, a S.N.A.F.U. agent, who has turned all of the U.N leaders into animals.
4a"Mr. Fix It"John Behnke & Rob HumphreyLi HongDecember 9, 2005 (2005-12-09)104a
Tucker continues trying to be a normal dad. He learns that normal dads fix things, so that is what he begins to do.
4b"Doommates"John Behnke & Rob HumphreyLi Hong, Chong Lee, and Jim SmithDecember 9, 2005 (2005-12-09)104b
Truman and Tuesday are forced to share a room.
5a"Secret Agent Manual"Doug LangdaleCarlos RamosDecember 16, 2005 (2005-12-16)102a
Trudy and the kids trick Tucker into giving them stuff they want by rewriting his official spy manual to include the items they desire.
5b"The Spy Who Liked Me"Gene GrilloVincent WallerDecember 16, 2005 (2005-12-16)102b
Tuesday's first date is with a guy who is too good to be true: in fact, he is a spy working undercover for Glowface.
6a"To Err is Truman"Earl KressRoque Ballesteros & Alan Lau & Brad RauJanuary 13, 2006 (2006-01-13)106a
Truman attempts to be good and refrain from pulling pranks for one entire day, so he may join his family at the "world's greatest" amusement park.
6b"No More Mrs. Nice X"Doug LangdaleLouie del CarmenJanuary 13, 2006 (2006-01-13)106b
Trudy is filled with peace and tranquility after she returns from a retreat, but unfortunately, these qualities prove useless when confronting Glowface.
7a"On Her Majesty's Postal Service"Scott PetersonLi Hong and Andy KellyFebruary 3, 2006 (2006-02-03)108a
Tucker gets a job as a mail man.
7b"Pinheads"Duane Colbert & Shahrzad WarkentinJim SmithFebruary 3, 2006 (2006-02-03)108b
Tuesday wants the family to learn how to bowl.
Note: This episode guest starred John Kricfalusi, creator of The Ren & Stimpy Show as the Bowling Alley Guy. This was Kricfalusi's first time at Nickelodeon after he was fired after season two of Ren and Stimpy.
8a"From Crusha with Love"John Behnke & Rob HumphreyAndy KellyFebruary 17, 2006 (2006-02-17)111a
A girl at school picks on Truman, but he finds out that it is because she has a crush on him.
8b"Xcitement"John Behnke & Rob HumphreyAndy KellyFebruary 17, 2006 (2006-02-17)111b
Tucker has a dirty little secret that is locking him away from being a spy and hanging with his family, but what could it be?
9a"You Only Sneeze Twice"Carlos RamosLi HongFebruary 24, 2006 (2006-02-24)110a
The entire family gets sick, except for Tuesday, but what will they do when Tuesday gets called out on a mission?
9b"X Takes a Holiday"Doug LangdaleLi Hong, Andy Kelly,
Carlos Ramos, and Marcelo Souza
February 24, 2006 (2006-02-24)110b
Tucker and Trudy go on a romantic date, but while they are away, Tuesday and Truman throw a party. Glowface seizes the opportunity to attack Homebase.
10a"Mock Tutors"John Behnke & Rob HumphreyAndy KellyMarch 3, 2006 (2006-03-03)109a
Truman and Tuesday are failing their cooking and tennis classes (Tuesday with cooking; Truman with tennis) and if they fail their tests they’ll be forced to go to Summer School. So they try to help them with those subjects. Trudy helps Tuesday and Tucker helps Truman; the only problem is that Trudy, who is a good tennis player, turns out to be a terrible cook while Tucker, who is a good cook, turns out to be a terrible tennis player!
10b"Meddle Mouth"John Behnke & Rob HumphreyJim SmithMarch 3, 2006 (2006-03-03)109b
Truman finds the perfect opportunity to drive Tuesday crazy when she gets braces. He interferes with her braces to make Tuesday say crazy things while she is on her date with Brandon.
11a"Family Issues"Tracy BernaLi HongMarch 17, 2006 (2006-03-17)107a
In their continuous effort to be like "normal families," the X's visit a family counselor to see what kind of issues "normal families" have. However, it is not long before they start to take their "roles" too seriously.
11b"Truman's Choice"Doug LangdaleRoque Ballesteros & Alan Lau & Brad RauMarch 17, 2006 (2006-03-17)107b
Truman gets a chance to capture the most wanted villain, which is Copperhead. The rest of the family begin to suck up to Truman in order to capture Copperhead with him.
12a"Wealth vs. Stealth"Doug LangdaleLi Hong, Andy Kelly, and Carlos RamosApril 7, 2006 (2006-04-07)112a
When the X's win a billion dollars, they must balance their new fame and fortune with their spy work.
12b"Wee House"John Behnke & Rob Humphrey
Story by: Carlos Ramos
Jim SmithApril 7, 2006 (2006-04-07)112b
Sick and tired of being short, Truman builds a small replica of Homebase for him to live in until he misses his family.
13"Truman X: Super Villain"Carlos RamosLi Hong, Andy Kelly,
Carlos Ramos, and Jim Smith
June 16, 2006 (2006-06-16)113
When the X's punish Truman for hotdogging a mission and blowing up the X jet by selling all of his spy gadgets, Glowface persuades the boy to join S.N.A.F.U. His first mission: destroy the X's, but Truman becomes good again, apologizes to his family, and he rejoins the X's and Superior before they defeat Glowface. Tucker and Trudy then give Truman back his spy gadgets.
14a"A Truman Scorned"Scott PetersonAndy KellySeptember 22, 2006 (2006-09-22)114a
Truman has a crush on Tuesday’s friend Kimla. Truman realizes there’s only one way to get past this "little kid" thing – he has to tell her he’s really an international super spy. Not surprisingly, Kimla doesn’t believe him. What is surprising is that she continues to disbelieve his story even when he sneaks her along on a mission and the truth is right in front of her nose.
14b"Y's Up"Rob Humphrey & John BehnkeAndy Kelly and Jim SmithSeptember 22, 2006 (2006-09-22)114b
The archenemies of the Xs, the Ys, move in next door. The Xs suspect that they are up to no good, but are not able to prove anything until the Ys show their true colors.
15a"Quit Your Day Job"Tracy BernaJim SmithSeptember 29, 2006 (2006-09-29)115a
When Tuesday is suspicious of Brandon, the X's find out he is a part-time S.N.A.F.U. agent.
15b"Missing Home"Doug LangdaleCarlos RamosSeptember 29, 2006 (2006-09-29)115b
Homebase explodes when the X's forget his birthday. Without Homebase, the X's need to survive on their own.
16a"Live and Let Diaper"Heather Lombard & Evan GoreMichael Mullen and Carlos RamosOctober 6, 2006 (2006-10-06)118a
The X's have to babysit a neighbor's baby, and they cannot change its diaper. Will they ever be able to change that diaper?
16b"In-Law Enforcement"Tracy BernaLi Hong, Andy Kelly, and Jim SmithOctober 6, 2006 (2006-10-06)118b
The X's try to prevent Trudy's parents from realizing that they are spies when they come for a visit.
17a"Train Rex"Rob Humphrey & John BehnkeAndy KellyOctober 13, 2006 (2006-10-13)116a
After the X's go on a mission, Truman faces an ultimatum where he has a single day to train Rex, or else he will go to the pound.
17b"Homebody"Rob Humphrey & John BehnkeSteven DeStephano and Andy KellyOctober 13, 2006 (2006-10-13)116b
Truman creates a body for Homebase so he can carry the Xs' weapons, but the X's hate it.
18"The Haunting of Homebase"Rob Humphrey & John BehnkeLi Hong, Andy Kelly, Michael Mullen,
Carlos Ramos, and Jim Smith
October 27, 2006 (2006-10-27)120
Truman attempts to scare his family by turning Homebase into a haunted house, but Glowface takes control of the Homebase and soon, Tuesday, Tucker and Trudy are zombies. Can Truman stop Glowface's evil plot before his brain is eaten?
19a"Accidental Hero"Alessia CostantiniLi Hong, Andy Kelly, and Michael MullenNovember 25, 2006 (2006-11-25)119a
Truman saves a baby from one of his own paintball traps and the public hail him as a hero; Tuesday tries to expose Truman as the culprit.
19b"Untied"Rob Humphrey & John BehnkeLi Hong, Andy Kelly, and Jim SmithNovember 25, 2006 (2006-11-25)119b
After Tucker's necktie reflects off onto Glowface's base walls, he suffers a tie loss. He now cannot fight. Can the other X's save Tucker from his loss of "tie-tie," or will the X's become nothing?
20a"Theater of War"Doug LangdaleCarlos RamosUnaired117a
Brandon is going to play Romeo in the school play and Seven Y competes with Tuesday to see who may play Juliet in Romeo and Juliet.
20b"Breaking Camp"Rob Humphrey & John BehnkeAndy Kelly and Jean TexierUnaired117b
Tucker takes Truman to his favorite childhood camp, hoping he will love it, too. Turns out Truman does not, much to Tucker's dismay.


The series aired on Nickelodeon and premiered in the United States on November 25, 2005. The final episode aired on November 25, 2006, when the series was cancelled after one season.[3] After the initial run concluded, Nicktoons continued to show reruns of the series until October 13, 2008. It was briefly reran again from December 13 to December 20, 2015, as a part of their "Nicktoons Holladays" marathon.

Home media

While the series never saw any complete series releases, there were two Nick Picks volumes each that included an episode.

Title Episode count Release date Episodes
Nick Picks Vol. 4 1 June 6, 2006 "Photo Ops"
Nick Picks Vol. 5 1 March 13, 2007 "Secret Agent Manual"


Year Award Category Nominee Work Result
2006 Artios Best Animated Voice-Over Television Casting Sarah Noonan and Meredith Layne The X's Won
2006 Annie Award Storyboarding in an Animated Television Production Hong Li "You Only Sneeze Twice" Won
2006 Annie Award Character Design in an Animated Television Production Carlos Ramos "Homebody" Nominated
2006 Annie Award Character Design in an Animated Television Production Eric Robles "You Only Sneeze Twice" Nominated


  1. ^ "On Nickelodeon, a spy family amuses with familiar themes – The Boston Globe". 2005-11-25. Retrieved 2019-02-21.
  2. ^ Ball, Ryan (2005-11-08). "Nick to Screen The X's, You're Invited". Animation Magazine. Retrieved 2019-02-21.
  3. ^ "X's Mark the Spot for Nick". Multichannel. 2005-11-17. Retrieved 2019-02-21.

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