Comic Genius, Saturday Night Live Alum & The Orville Actor Norm Macdonald Passes Away At 61 After 9 Year Cancer Battle! RIP

Comic Genius, Saturday Night Live Alum & The Orville Actor Norm Macdonald Passes Away At 61 After 9 Year Cancer Battle! RIP

John Babos | September 14, 2021 | News | No Comments

Comic Genius, Saturday Night Live Alum and The Orville Actor Norm Macdonald Passes Away At 61 After 9 Year Cancer Battle! RIP.

Variety reports.

Norm Macdonald, Comedian and ‘Saturday Night Live’ Star, Dies at 61

Norm Macdonald, the deadpan comedian, actor, writer and “Saturday Night Live” star, has died after a private battle with cancer, Variety has confirmed. He was 61.

Macdonald’s cancer diagnosis was kept secret from the public, but he battled it for nine years.

The comedian got his start in showbiz as a writer on “Roseanne” in 1992 after making rounds at comedy clubs in Canada. He joined the cast of “Saturday Night Live” in 1993, and the next year he began his memorable stint as Weekend Update anchor until early 1998, when he was replaced by Colin Quinn. Macdonald was known for his impressions of Burt Reynolds, David Letterman, Larry King, Quentin Tarantino and many more during his five-year run on the show.

Norm Macdonald, the deadpan comedian, actor, writer and “Saturday Night Live” star, has died after a private battle with cancer, Variety has confirmed. He was 61.

Macdonald’s cancer diagnosis was kept secret from the public, but he battled it for nine years.

The comedian got his start in showbiz as a writer on “Roseanne” in 1992 after making rounds at comedy clubs in Canada. He joined the cast of “Saturday Night Live” in 1993, and the next year he began his memorable stint as Weekend Update anchor until early 1998, when he was replaced by Colin Quinn. Macdonald was known for his impressions of Burt Reynolds, David Letterman, Larry King, Quentin Tarantino and many more during his five-year run on the show.

In the 1990s, Macdonald appeared in films like “Billy Madison,” “The People vs. Larry Flynt” and Eddie Murphy’s “Dr. Dolittle” as the voice of Lucky the dog. In 1998, he starred in the film “Dirty Work,” directed by Bob Saget based on the Roald Dahl short story, about two friends who raise money to pay for heart surgery for one of their fathers by starting a revenge-for-hire business. The cast included Lange, Chris Farley, Jack Warden, Traylor Howard, Chevy Chase, Christopher McDonald and featured cameos by Don Rickles, Adam Sandler, John Goodman, and more.

Macdonald went on to provide voice work in the “Dr. Dolittle” sequels and other animated films and shows. He voiced Lieutenant Yaphit, a gelatinous, shape-shifting engineer on Fox’s sci-fi comedy “The Orville,” starring Seth MacFarlane. A third season of the show is set to release on Hulu.

More to come.

On behalf of the IP team, I offer our condolences to the family, friends and fellow fans of Norm Macdonald.

Tags: Norm Macdonald, Orville, RIP, Saturday Night Live, The Orville

DVD Review: Funhouse

DVD Review: Funhouse

Joe Corey | September 14, 2021 | DVD Reviews, Reviews, Top Story | No Comments

Being stuck at home trying to avoid the pandemic, I’ve watched way too much reality TV. The shows are mindless as people try their hardest to win either money or romance. Sometimes the contestants attempt to prove they are somehow celebrities. How many times do you look at Dancing With the Stars and have to look up what these people did to make them “Stars.” Are they famous or Instagram famous? Ultimately, I wish the shows took away the star status of these famous for being famous people and returned them to the normal world. Maybe just force them to remain in their Masked Singer costumes until they do something that benefits humanity. Funhouse is film about what happens when someone comes up with a reality show that goes beyond feeding the egos of people clinging to fame.

A rather rich guy (The Evil In Us‘ Jerome Velinsky) has a very sadistic way of entertaining himself. In his mansion he pays off a woman for doing something really horrendous. But he know that she wants the money he’s promised and she needs to finish the deed. His next entertainment project is going to be bigger and more public. He brings together 8 D-List celebrities that agree to the show for a shot at winning $5 million. But this isn’t going to be as easy as winning I’m A Celebrity Get Me Out of Here. First they know something is not right when they wake up in a strange facility. Turns out they were knocked out at their hotel room and transported into the place. They have to wear clothes provided that feature a Panda with a crown. The eight seem to include a disgraced fighter, a bunch of social media superstars and the ex-husband of a famous pop singer (Valter Skargard – part of the Skargard acting family). They could all use the fat payday and the career boost of being on a gameshow. The show is hosted by an animated Panda and streams so there’s no network interference with the content.

At first the viewers and the 8 participants sense this is going to be something with elements of The Surreal Life, The Real World and Big Brother. There’s no real interaction with cameramen or video crew since the show is shot with remote cameras. Since the show is being streamed, they’re performing 24 hours a day. The only help are guys wearing Panda masks that don’t talk to them. The only thing they know is that it is a popularity contestant and every three days, the viewers get to vote for their favorite person. The person at the bottom has to do a challenge to see if they can remain in the house. And if the bottom two are close in the voting, they get to compete against each other. When day three rolls around, the contestants discover that this isn’t a goofy Netflix series. There’s a reason why someone is going to get five million dollars. They’re going to need all that money for therapy to get over the horrors they experienced to be the winner.

Funhouse appears to have played film festivals in 2019 back when it was fun to be in a crowded room with strangers. But seeing the film in 2021 has made me more of the intended audience. The film combines those mindless gameshows with the senseless violence of a torture film. You’re not really sure if you want to root for someone to survive and get the money. The characters aren’t the most richly textured which is the point. I remember working with a bunch of MySpace superstars on a concert event. These characters do match the reality of the people who focus on having all those followers. Even better is how we get glimpses of the people watching the show at home and how they think so much of it is faked. We get to see the memes that people would post on Twitter in reaction to the various elimination challenges. Director Jason William Lee and his crew have made a film that ought to be picked up as a series.

Funhouse is a perfect night’s viewing if you want to enjoy Scary Season as this pandemic keeps going. You’ll never cheer hard enough for someone to get unliked by their fans.

Behind the Scenes of Funhouse

Visual Effects Breakdown

Magnolia Pictures presents Funhouse. Directed by Jason William Lee. Screenplay by Jason William Lee. Starring Valter Skargard, Gigi Saul Guerrero, Khamisa Wilsher, Christopher Gerard and Karolina Benefield. Running Time: 106 minutes. Rated: Unrated. Release Date: August 31, 2021.

Tags: Funhouse, Magnolia, Reality Shows

Marvel Comics & Amazing Spider-Man #73 Spoilers & Review: Who Is Or Are Kindred In Penultimate Chapter Of Sinister War?!

Marvel Comics & Amazing Spider-Man #73 Spoilers & Review: Who Is Or Are Kindred In Penultimate Chapter Of Sinister War?!

John Babos | September 14, 2021 | Spoilers, Top Story | No Comments

Marvel Comics and Amazing Spider-Man #73 Spoilers and Review follows.

Who Is Or Are Kindred In Penultimate Chapter Of Sinister War?!

The book has a few variant covers below on top of the main cover above.

We open with a storyline catch-up and creators credits page.

Then an injured Spider-Man is…

…transported to France?!

Elsewhere, Kindred with Gwen Stacy’s face confronts Mary Jane Watson.

While Kindred wearing Harry Osborn’s face confronts Norman Osborn the one-time Green Goblin.

In a relief to many readers…

…the plotline from years past that Norman and Gwen got together and…

…had kids was a ruse; it never happened!

Who is Kindred though, really?

As the past is demystified…

…readers are left contemplating which side is up and what is the truth as…

…Mephisto continues to hover.

Next up is the finale to writer Nick Spencer’s run in Amazing Spider-Man #74 in stores on September 29, 2021.

The Pulse:

It feels like it’s all coming to a head. Compelling story that at times attempted to declutter the past in an accessible way with mixed results. Decent art. 6.5 out of 10.

Tags: Amazing Spider-Man, Kindred, Marvel, Sinister War

Marvel Comics & December 2021 Solicitations Spoilers: Who Are The Avengers Forever Headlining New Multiverse Series?

Marvel Comics & December 2021 Solicitations Spoilers: Who Are The Avengers Forever Headlining New Multiverse Series?

John Babos | September 14, 2021 | News | No Comments

Marvel Comics and December 2021 Solicitations Spoilers follows.

Who Are The Avengers Forever Headlining New Multiverse Series?

Marvel reports.

Avengers from Across the Multiverse Assemble in Jason Aaron and Aaron Kuder’s ‘Avengers Forever’

The new ongoing Avengers series arrives this December!

This December, prepare to enter the ever-fascinating and unpredictable Marvel Comics Multiverse in AVENGERS FOREVER.

Announced last week, AVENGERS FOREVER will be a new ongoing Avengers series from two of today’s most outstanding Super Hero masterminds: writer Jason Aaron and artist Aaron Kuder. Spinning out of the cataclysmic events of AVENGERS #750 and operating in lockstep with Jason Aaron’s prime AVENGERS series, this latest great Avengers epic will feature the Mightiest Heroes of every Earth as they assemble for one of the greatest battles the Marvel Universe has ever witnessed. Throughout this saga, fans can expect appearances by fan-favorite characters from across the Multiverse such as Captain Carter, America Chavez, Starhawk and more along with brand-new reimagined heroes like the Invincible Ant-Man that will take the world by storm!

It begins with a quest for cosmic vengeance. Ghost Rider finds himself roaring through the wasteland on a ruined Earth, where the great age of heroes never came to be, where hope is a four-letter word and where his only ally in the coming battle against the greatest villains any universe has ever seen is the world’s most wanted archaeologist, Tony Stark…the Invincible Ant-Man.

“AVENGERS #50 lights the fire. AVENGERS FOREVER is the explosion that follows,” Jason Aaron explained. “A slam bang supernova of a megabomb that sends shockwaves across all of reality, to earth after earth that’s been defaced by the new Multiversal Masters of Evil, to the ruins of Asgard at the end of time, to an Avengers Tower that sits atop a bedrock of fallen gods at Infinity’s End. Along the way, we meet some new versions of Avengers we know, as well as witness the return of some dear old friends, in a series that will swing for the fences with each and every issue, as the Mightiest Heroes of all the Earths in the heavens look to assemble as never before.”

“Completely stoked to be working on AVENGERS FOREVER… In space no one can hear you scream. In alternate realities, no one can tell you ‘that doesn’t fit with continuity,’” Kuder said. “It is a huge blast to work together on this with Jason. The over-the-top nature of this, the craziness of the scope…that is, in my opinion, one of Jason’s strongest storytelling flexes. This is going to be a blast for anyone on this ride.”

Meet the Multiverse’s Mightiest Heroes when AVENGERS FORVEVER #1 hits stands on December 22.

AVENGERS FOREVER #1
Written by JASON AARON
Art and Cover by AARON KUDER

Intriguing!

Tags: Avengers, Avengers Forever, Captain Carter, comic book solicitations, Marvel, Multiversal Masters of Evil

4K Blu-ray Review: Zack Snyder’s Justice League

4K Blu-ray Review: Zack Snyder’s Justice League

Brendan Campbell | September 14, 2021 | Blu-ray Reviews, Reviews, Top Story | No Comments

The web that led to the Snyder Cut being made is a tangled one, and I won’t delve into too much of it here and kind of give the Coles Notes of it all. Basically, after the poor reception of Batman V. Superman in theaters, the studio weren’t overly happy with the direction that Justice League was heading. Director Zack Snyder wanted it to be the major epic it deserved to be, and the studio wanted to change the vibe of the Snyder-verse. Now, to be fair, the Ultimate Edition of Batman V. Superman (which adds 31-minutes of story and character development to the original theatrical release) is fantastic. It was simply another movie that suffered due to the desire to bring down the theatrical runtime so that more showings could be held in a day, and in turn, more money can be made. I do get that making money is the endgame for studios, but when it comes at the cost of the film itself – and then blaming the film for the failure that making those changes caused, well, it seems counterproductive.

So when Snyder had to step away from the director’s chair of Justice League for personal reasons, Joss Whedon was brought in to replace him. Whedon was tasked with re-writing parts of the script, as well as doing various reshoots to help change the film’s tone and also bring it down to a more theatrical-release friendly 120-minute runtime. He did both of those things, and while the film did gross over $650 million, it was still viewed as a box-office disappointment due to the enormous production cost, and what was expected in terms of potential returns.

I did give the film a positive review; however, in hindsight it wouldn’t be as glowing. I always thought that Warner Bros. should’ve taken their time with the DCU and not tried to instantly catch up to where Marvel was with their cinematic universe, but by this point it was what it was and audiences were being introduced to 50% of the Justice League in the flagship movie itself, instead of properly introducing them in independent films beforehand. It wasn’t a terrible movie, it just wasn’t great and the changes that were made hurt the overall film, including the complete deletion of Darkseid, a character Snyder had set up to be the big bad. Instead we were left with Darkseid’s lackey Steppenwolf as the main antagonist, and almost zero mention of Darkseid himself. Steppenwolf was just a complete dud of a villain, and a strong villain is incredibly important in a superhero film – especially one where you have all of your franchise players teaming up to take on said villain.

So the film came and went and the DCU started going in a different direction after it didn’t perform as well as they’d hoped; though the rumblings of a potential Snyder cut of Justice League kept appearing and an online groundswell began to #ReleaseTheSnyderCut. Now, I won’t get into the toxic side of this fandom, which I don’t believe should reflect on those who had only positive intentions towards wanting to see Snyder’s original vision to see the light of day. Toxic fandom is rampant across the board these days, it’s unfortunate and it should not be given a voice. So when Warner Bros. finally listened to this cry for the Snyder Cut to be released and said they’d do so, in no way do I think they were listening to or bowing down to those who chose to use this movement to express their toxic nature.

Come 2019, Snyder again teased the existence of his original cut, and with the backing of the actors in the film, who also spread the #ReleaseTheSnyderCut hashtag through their social media, Warner Bros. finally decided to do just that – and more. With HBOmax on the horizon, WB viewed this as the perfect film to release and bring eyes to the streaming service and in 2021, after reshoots and an additional $70 million onto the budget, The Snyder Cut was released on HBOmax. Now, The Snyder Cut is available on 4K Blu-ray to add to your collection, and this review is aimed more towards those who may not have watched the film yet, or to those who may still feel scorned by the 2017 release and didn’t want to just watch a longer version of the same movie. Let me tell you that you’re safe, this is not the same movie at all, and you, in fact, owe it to yourself to pick up a copy and watch it.

Yes, Zack Snyder’s Justice League is an absolutely magnificent superhero film. It differs so greatly from the Whedon release (which some fans have nicknamed the “Josstice League”) that you should have no hesitancy in watching the Snyder Cut if all that’s holding you back is fear that it’s just the 2017 version, but two hours longer. Yes, the Snyder Cut is 4-hours total, and while some did find it to be a bit too long, I thought it was perfect. Okay, perfect may be a strong word, but I didn’t find any parts to be unjustifiably long. Sure there’s loads of slow motion, but it’s vintage Zack Snyder so it’s to be expected.

For those who do still think 4-hours is too long that’s okay, as Snyder actually broke the film down into seven chapters, and while I watched the whole way through without issue, each chapter ends at a point where stopping for the night and picking up the next day should be just fine. So why is it two hours longer, and how is it that much longer without being the same movie if Whedon didn’t come in and reshoot the entire thing? Well, there are scenes that overlap, as the framework for Snyder’s version was used in 2017; however, now there’s just so much more depth, and the introduction of Cyborg, The Flash and Aquaman don’t seem as jarring because they’re actually given time to grow.

We also see the return of Darkseid which, in turn, makes Steppenwolf a far greater villain overall. Now, the disgraced Steppenwolf’s motivation to bring together the Mother Boxes to regain favour with his boss makes sense, and there are plenty of extra scenes that build him up so that when he and the Justice League do battle the audience are actually invested instead of simply checking off the “good guy vs. bad guy climactic battle” checkbox. Plus, Darkseid! We actually get to see a solid amount of Darkseid, as well as the inclusion of Martian Manhunter (Joe Morton) and it’s all amazing.

The amount of scenes that add character depth to everyone involved is what’s best about the Snyder Cut. There are plenty of extended action scenes, but the amount of moments that just allow these characters to get fleshed out is exactly what fans were hoping for. Obviously each hero getting their own film (or at least all but one, who could’ve been the focus of joining the group here) would’ve been ideal, but it is what it is at this point, and the Snyder Cut actually delivers in the best way possible given the way the DCU was built.

The biggest frustration this film will bring is the knowledge that it’s clear that at least one more major Justice League film was being set up with how this one plays out. Once it ended I only wanted more. I wanted to see that one more movie that capped everything off. That would’ve been wonderful, but at the same time, I’m honestly just grateful that Warner Bros. allowed the Snyder Cut to be released, and invested even more to make it the best version of Snyder’s vision that he could make. Now, at least, fans are able to watch both Man of Steel and Batman V. Superman: The Ultimate Edition, then cap it off with this 4-hour masterpiece of superhero filmmaking and be satisfied that while the Snyder-verse may not continue, it at least received the send-off it, and the fans deserved.

4K Blu-ray Video and Audio Review:

The most notable thing about the Snyder Cut is Snyder’s decision to use a 1.33:1 aspect ratio for the entire film. This is usually reserved for IMAX films, but it’s how Snyder envisioned the film and to their credit Warner Bros. gave him complete control at how this film was put together. I hadn’t known about it before watching it when the film was first released, so I was a bit taken back by the black bars on each side of the picture, but it quickly becomes obvious why the choice was made and the film is better because of it.

On the picture side of thing, those who know the DC Snyder-verse know that he uses darker tones, but even with that being the case the 4K delivery of the movie looks near flawless, with just crisp, clean visuals, and colours popping even if they don’t appear that often. The darker scenes showcase deep blacks and the textures are immaculate. The entire presentation is elevated nicely with the HDR10 boost, as the Snyder Cut becomes one of the reasons to upgrade to 4K if you have yet to do so.

The Dolby Atmos audio is superb, as this version of the film is just packed with a fantastical score and constant sound effects during action sequences. The dialogue is clean, and the entire mix comes together harmoniously. This is a top tier 4K release and is highly recommended to add to your collection.

Special Features:

The Road to Justice League – This is a 24-minute feature that has the cast and crew touch on the trilogy that creates the Snyder-verse, along with some behind-the-scenes footage. It`s an easy watch, but it`s pretty by the numbers in terms of content. With this being the only feature on such an anticipated movie, a deeper look into how it came to be, the journey and so forth would`ve been welcome. I feel as though this is a movie that will end up with at least one more big release down the line that will find itself with more special features. But one can`t be certain there, and it`s unfortunate we didn`t get to see more on this release, as there`s lots that could`ve been covered.

Warner Bros. Pictures Presents Zack Snyder’s Justice League. Directed by: Zack Snyder. Written by: Chris Terrio. Starring: Ben Affleck, Henry Cavill, Gal Gadot, Ezra Miller, Jason Mamoa, Ray Fisher, Amy Adams, Jeremy Irons, Diane Lane, Joe Morton. Running time: 242 Minutes. Rating: 14A. Released on 4K Blu-ray: Sept. 14, 2021.

Tags: Batman, Ben Affleck, Ezra Miller, Gal Gadot, Henry Cavill, Jason Mamoa, Justice League, Ray Fisher, Snyder Cut, Zack Snyder, zack snyder's justice league

Image Comics & December 2021 Solicitations Spoilers: Lady Mechanika Returns In A Monstrous Way! Plus A Peek Preview!

Image Comics & December 2021 Solicitations Spoilers: Lady Mechanika Returns In A Monstrous Way! Plus A Peek Preview!

John Babos | September 14, 2021 | News | No Comments

Image Comics and December 2021 Solicitations Spoilers follows.

Lady Mechanika Returns In A Monstrous Way!

Image Comics reports.

A DARK NEW CHAPTER UNFOLDS IN FORTHCOMING LADY MECHANIKA: THE MONSTER OF THE MINISTRY OF HELL BY JOE BENITEZ

PORTLAND, Ore. 09/14/2021 — Joe Benitez explores the mysterious origins of his eponymous steampunk adventuress in the forthcoming Lady Mechanika: The Monster of the Ministry of Hell. This upcoming, four-issue tale will launch from Image Comics in December.

A deluxe version with additional behind-the-scenes content on the making of this book and featuring homage variant covers by Benitez in tribute to the Image founders will also be available in a Kickstarter campaign launching later this month.

Set in an asylum full of grotesque inmates, sadistic guards, and a fanatical doctor, Lady Mechanika: The Monster of the Ministry of Hell introduces readers to a young lady who wakes to find her arms and legs have been replaced with mechanical limbs. But who among this gruesome menagerie is the true monster of the Ministry of Hell? The origins of the notorious Lady Mechanika!

“Image has always held a special place in my heart since it’s where I started my career, so I’m very happy to have Image be the new home for Lady M,” said Benitez. “I hope that by bringing her to Image she will be introduced to a whole new audience that didn’t know she existed out there in the comicverse. We’re crafting a bunch of fun, exciting, and cool new stories and adventures for our heroine and can’t wait to get them out there for you! This particular story is a great jumping on point for new readers, while existing fans will be excited to see more of Lady Mechanika’s past finally revealed!”

Lady Mechanika can best be described as the character-driven storytelling of Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein and Marjorie Liu and Sana Takeda’s Monstress wrapped in a dark Victorian atmosphere similar to Mirka Andolfo’s Mercy.

Lady Mechanika: The Monster of the Ministry of Hell #1 will be available at comic book shops on Wednesday, December 8:

  • Cover A by Benitez – Diamond Code OCT210009
    Cover B by Olivier Vatine – Diamond Code OCT210010
    Cover C by Benitez 1:10 copy incentive – Diamond Code OCT210011

Lady Mechanika: The Monster of the Ministry of Hell will also be available for purchase across many digital platforms, including Amazon Kindle, Apple Books, and Google Play.

Also available in the Lady Mechanika universe:

  • Lady Mechanika, Vol. 1 hardcover edition – ISBN: 978-1534320550, Diamond Code JUN210151
  • Lady Mechanika, Vol. 1 trade paperback – ISBN: 978-1534320567, Diamond Code JUN210147
  • Lady Mechanika, Vol. 2 trade paperback – ISBN: 978-0996603010, Diamond Code FEB161202
  • Lady Mechanika, Vol. 3 trade paperback – ISBN: 978-1534321359, Diamond Code JUL210157
  • Lady Mechanika, Vol. 4 trade paperback – ISBN: 978-0996603096, Diamond Code APR181371
  • Lady Mechanika, Vol. 5 trade paperback – ISBN: 978-1949328011, Diamond Code MAR191527
  • Lady Mechanika, Vol. 6 trade paperback – ISBN: 978-1949328028, Diamond Code JUN200993

These collected editions can be ordered at your local comic book shop or independent bookstore or via Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Books-a-Million, and Indigo.

A few variant covers below.

Plus a look at some interior pages.

Cool.

Tags: comic book solicitations, Image, Image Comics, Lady Mechanika

A New WWE Champion Is Crowned On WWE Raw! (Spoilers)

A New WWE Champion Is Crowned On WWE Raw! (Spoilers)

John Babos | September 14, 2021 | News | No Comments

A New WWE Champion Is Crowned On WWE Raw! (Spoilers)

WWE reports.

WWE Champion Bobby Lashley def. Raw Tag Team Champion Randy Orton

Going one-on-one for the first time since 2007, Bobby Lashley and Randy Orton finally squared off with the WWE Championship on the line. This huge main event delivered, and the back-and-forth clash of titans came to its end when The All Mighty hit a Spear on The Viper to retain his championship.

Big E def. WWE Champion Bobby Lashley

Bobby Lashley’s night was not over after defeating Randy Orton, because as promised, Mr. Money in the Bank Big E swiftly made his presence felt after the match and completed his goal by cashing in his contract. After narrowly kicking out of a Spear, Big E dropped Lashley with the Big Ending to cap off the night with an emotional victory as he took his place as the new WWE Champion and celebrated with Kofi Kingston and Xavier Woods…

Congrats to Big E for ending Bobby Lashley’s 7-month reign.

Tags: Big E, Bobby Lashley, Randy Orton, Raw, WWE

Pull List Roundtable 9/8/2021 – Batman: Fear State, Infinite Frontier Finale, Ordinary Gods & More!

Pull List Roundtable 9/8/2021 – Batman: Fear State, Infinite Frontier Finale, Ordinary Gods & More!

John Babos | September 13, 2021 | Columns | No Comments

For a full list of these releases, head to ComicList: The New Comic Book.

John Babos

7 books this week.

Batman #112
Blue & Gold #2
Infinite Frontier #6
Justice League #67
Ordinary Gods #3
Suicide Squad #7
Suicide Squad 2021 Annual #1

What did you pick up?

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