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Big Brother Over The Top Logo 2
Country United States
Season 1
Season Run September 28, 2016 -
December 1, 2016
Host Julie Chen
Prize Money $250,000
House Guests 13
Days 65
Winner Morgan Willett
Runner(s)-up Jason Roy
Kryssie Ridolfi
Cast
BBOTT Cast
Opening Sequence
Big Brother Over the Top (BB19) Official Intro00:30

Big Brother Over the Top (BB19) Official Intro

Series Chronology
Previous Season Big Brother 18
Next Season Big Brother 19

Big Brother: Over The Top is the first digital season of Big Brother (U.S.).

During the ten weeks on CBS All-Access, America voted for various types of twists every week hoping to impact the game. However, because of the voting opportunities, the fan base was spread apart like never before with online campaigning rivaling the 2016 United States Presidential Election.

After 65 days, the lone Ballsmashers member remaining, Morgan Willett was crowned the winner with the most votes from CBS All-Access viewers over Late Night Jamboree alliance members Jason Roy and Kryssie Ridolfi

Production ChangesEdit

  • Big Brother Over The Top Schedule - EMBED

    Big Brother: Over The Top Schedule

    Less Prize Money:
    Unlike the normal broadcast version, Over The Top featured a cash prize of $250,000.
  • No Event Blackouts 24/7: Unlike the normal broadcast version of the live feeds, the Over The Top live feeds had no blackouts during competitions, ceremonies, and evictions.
  • Shorter Season: Unlike previous seasons, this season lasted only 65 days, making this the shortest season of the American version of Big Brother.
  • Contestant Curfews: Similar to international versions, there were mandatory curfew hours for the contestants to be awake or sleep.
  • Incentive for HouseGuests to Stay Awake: There were multiple things to keep the HouseGuests awake at all times to make sure that the viewers had something to watch other than sleeping.

TwistsEdit

  • Fan Vote: There were various Fan Votes to give the viewers power like never before.
  • No Jury: For the first time since the Jury was introduced in Big Brother 2, America voted for the winner of the season.
  • Safety: For the first time, Big Brother: Over The Top did not have Nomination Ceremonies. Instead, two Safety Ceremonies took place. On Saturday, the Head of Household pressed the button of the HouseGuest(s) they wanted to be safe. After a certain number of HouseGuests were selected, the ceremony ended. Then on Sunday, the HOH pressed the rest of the buttons, leaving the two nominees unpressed.
  • Final Three: Due to the fact that America voted on a winner, the final vote came down to three HouseGuests rather than two.
  • Sister Twist: Two HouseGuests in the Big Brother house were actually sisters. Those two were Morgan and Alex.

Fan VotingEdit

  • Returning HouseGuest: During the Big Brother 18 finale, it was announced that either Jason Roy or Jozea Flores would enter the Big Brother: Over The Top house. Jason ended up being the contestant who returned for the season.
  • America's Nominee: Each week, America voted for a third nominee. However, America could not nominate the same person two weeks in a row. And if America's Nominee was vetoed off the block, there was no replacement.
  • America's Eviction Vote: Each week, America voted for one of the nominees to be evicted. America's vote was an additional vote in the vote tally, essentially voting in the place of the HouseGuest they put up. Even if America's Nominee was vetoed, America still got an eviction vote.
  • America's Care Package: Just like in Big Brother 18, each week America voted for a HouseGuest to get a Care Package that gave that HouseGuest an advantage in the game.
  • America's Have-Nots: During Weeks 2 through 6, America voted for the Have-Nots for the week.
  • America's Winner: For the first time since Big Brother 1, the winner of the season was voted upon by America rather than by a Jury composed of evicted HouseGuests.

HouseGuestsEdit

Morgan Small OTT
 Winner 
 
Morgan
Jason Small OTT
 Runner-Up 
 
Jason
Kryssie Small OTT
 Third Place 
 
Kryssie
Justin Small OTT
 Evicted 
 
Justin
Shelby Small OTT
 Evicted 
 
Shelby
Danielle Small OTT
 Evicted 
 
Danielle
Whitney Small OTT
 Evicted 
 
Whitney
Alex Small OTT
 Evicted 
 
Alex
Scott Small OTT
 Evicted 
 
Scott
Neeley Small OTT
 Evicted 
 
Neeley
Shane Small OTT
 Evicted 
 
Shane
Monte Small OTT
 Evicted 
 
Monte
Cornbread Small OTT
 Evicted 
 
Cornbread

Potential HouseGuestsEdit

Name Season Result
BB17 Jason Jason Roy Big Brother 17 Evicted - 13th Place
Jozea Small 2016 Jozea Flores Big Brother 18 Evicted - 15th Place

Voting HistoryEdit

Week 1 Week 2 Week 3 Week 4 Week 5 Week 6 Week 7 Week 8 Week 9 Week 10
Day 36 Day 43 Finale
America's Vote Cornbread Monte Danielle Neeley Scott Alex Danielle Morgan
Jason
Kryssie
Morgan Cornbread Danielle Shane Vetoed
Neeley
Rep Rep Justin Vetoed
Danielle
Win Winner
Jason Vetoed
Cornbread
Monte Danielle Scott Ineligible
Whitney Vetoed
Shelby
Kryssie Runner-Up
Kryssie Rep Rep Vetoed
Danielle
Ineligible
Alex Whitney Danielle Taken Third Place
Justin Cornbread Monte Danielle Scott Ineligible
Alex Danielle Shelby Loss  
 
Shelby Cornbread Danielle Shane Neeley Justin Rep  
 
Danielle America Scott Vetoed
Alex
Whitney  
 
Whitney Cornbread Danielle Shane Rep Vetoed
Scott
 
 
Alex Danielle Shane Neeley Scott America  
 
Scott Cornbread Danielle Shane America  
 
Neeley Cornbread Monte America  
 
Shane Cornbread Vetoed
Monte
Rep  
 
Monte   America  
 
Cornbread America  
 
Key: HOH Nominated America: America's Nominee Rep: Replacement Nominee Veto Winner Vetoed: Vetoed America's Nominee Immune HTR Winner Evicted

Safety Ceremony HistoryEdit

Week 1 Week 2 Week 3 Week 4 Week 5 Week 6 Week 7 Week 8 Week 9
Head of Household Monte Alex Scott Kryssie Danielle Shelby Danielle Shelby Morgan Jason Head of Household
Jason
First Safety
Ceremony
1st Neeley Jason Justin Alex Kryssie Morgan Morgan Justin Justin Kryssie Chosen To
Go To Finale
2nd Whitney Kryssie Alex Neeley Justin Kryssie Shelby Kryssie Shelby
3rd Cornbread Whitney Whitney Justin Jason Jason Justin Hit The Road
Competitors
4th Morgan Neeley Jason Danielle Kryssie Morgan
5th Shane Morgan
Second Safety
Ceremony
1st Justin Shelby Morgan Jason Scott Alex Morgan
2nd Alex Justin Shane Whitney Morgan Justin
3rd Kryssie Monte Danielle Shelby Alex
4th Shelby Scott Shelby
5th Scott
Nominated Danielle Danielle Kryssie Morgan Shelby Danielle Justin Danielle Jason
Jason Shane Neeley Scott Whitney Whitney Whitney Jason Kryssie

Have/Have-Not HistoryEdit

Week Alex Small OTT Danielle Small OTT Jason Small OTT Justin Small OTT Kryssie Small OTT Morgan Small OTT Shelby Small OTT Whitney Small OTT Scott Small OTT Neeley Small OTT Shane Small OTT Monte Small OTT Cornbread Small OTT
1 +
2 +
3 +
4 +
5 +
6 + +

America's Nominations HistoryEdit

Week 1 Week 2 Week 3 Week 4 Week 5 Week 6 Week 7
Jason
Justin
Kryssie
Morgan
Shelby
Danielle
Whitney
Alex
Scott
Neeley
Shane
Monte
Cornbread
Key: HOH HOH Nominees Eligible America's Nominee Ineligible - Previous America's Nominee Immune Evicted

America's Eviction VoteEdit

Nominations America's
Eviction Vote
Evicted?
Head of Household America
Week 1 Danielle Small OTT
Kryssie Small OTT
Cornbread Small OTT
Cornbread Small OTT
Yes
Week 2 Danielle Small OTT
Kryssie Small OTT
Monte Small OTT
Monte Small OTT
Yes
Week 3 Neeley Small OTT
Shane Small OTT
Danielle Small OTT
Danielle Small OTT
No
Week 4 Scott Small OTT
Whitney Small OTT
Neeley Small OTT
Neeley Small OTT
Yes
Week 5 Morgan Small OTT
Shelby Small OTT
Scott Small OTT
Scott Small OTT
Yes
Week 6 Morgan Small OTT
Whitney Small OTT
Alex Small OTT
Alex Small OTT
Yes
Week 7 Danielle Small OTT
Jason Small OTT
Vetoed
America's
Nominee
Danielle Small OTT
Yes

Care Package HistoryEdit

Week 2 Week 3 Week 4 Week 5 Week 6 Week 7 Week 8
Save-A-Friend Pick-A-Veto The Safety
Servant
Eliminate Three
Eviction Votes
Co-HOH Double
Eviction Veto
No Care
Package
The Final Four
Challenge
Jason Loss Loss Loss Loss Win Ineligible
Ineligible
Justin Loss Loss Loss Loss Loss Loss Win
Kryssie Win Ineligible
Ineligible
Morgan Loss Loss Loss Loss Loss Win Ineligible
Shelby Loss Loss Loss Win Ineligible
Ineligible
Danielle Loss Loss Loss Loss Loss Loss
Whitney Loss Loss Loss Loss Loss Loss
Alex Loss Loss Win Ineligible
Scott Loss Win Ineligible
Neeley Loss Loss Loss
Shane Loss Loss
Monte Loss

Game HistoryEdit

Week 1Edit

Monte Small OTT
 HOH 
 
Monte
Jason Small OTT
 Pre-Veto Nominee
POV
 
 
Jason
Kryssie Small OTT
 Post-Veto Nominee
0 Votes
 
 
Kryssie
Danielle Small OTT
 Nominee
1 Vote
 
 
Danielle
Cornbread Small OTT
 America's Nominee
Evicted
9 Votes
 
 
Cornbread

To start off the fall, the HouseGuests competed in the "BB Bug" Head of Household competition. After being the last HouseGuest standing, Monte became the first Head of Household of the summer. After being threatened by the returning player, Monte decided to nominate Jason and Danielle for eviction. Cornbread was voted to be America's Nominee, likely because he eliminated Jason from the HOH competition. Jason went on to win the Power of Veto, securing himself a spot in the next week. When Jason used the Power of Veto on himself, Kryssie was put up as the replacement nominee. After convincing Shane that Kryssie was not as big of a threat as Cornbread was, Danielle and Shane decided to flip the vote. Despite Monte and his alliance's efforts to evict Danielle, Cornbread was evicted by a vote of 9–1–0, with Alex casting a vote against Danielle to cause paranoia.

Week 2 Edit

Alex Small OTT
 HOH 
 
Alex
Shane Small OTT
 Pre-Veto Nominee
POV
 
 
Shane
Kryssie Small OTT
 Post-Veto Nominee
0 Votes
 
 
Kryssie
Danielle Small OTT
 Nominee
4 Votes
 
 
Danielle
Monte Small OTT
 America's Nominee
Evicted
5 Votes
 
 
Monte

Following Cornbread's eviction, the remaining HouseGuests competed in the "Live by the Sword" Head of Household competition, in which Alex became the new Head of Household. Later, the HouseGuests were informed of the return of America's Care Package. America gave Kryssie the first Care Package, which contained the Save-A-Friend power; she decided to save her alliance member, Jason, from being nominated by Alex and by America. Wanting to weaken the opposing side of the house and take out a big target, Alex decided to nominate the showmance for eviction, Shane and Danielle. Later, it was revealed that Monte was nominated for eviction by America. At the "Veto for Sale" Power of Veto competition, Shane won and used the veto to save himself. Kryssie was nominated as a replacement. Despite both sides of the house trying to deceive the other, the vote came out as 4–4–0—four votes against Danielle and four votes against Monte—so America's vote decided the evicted HouseGuest. By a vote of 5–4–0, Monte was the second HouseGuest evicted from the Big Brother house.

Week 3Edit

Scott Small OTT
 HOH 
 
Scott
Alex Small OTT
 POV 
 
Alex
Justin Small OTT
 POV 
 
Justin
Kryssie Small OTT
 Pre-Veto Nominee 
 
Kryssie
Neeley Small OTT
 Nominee
0 Votes
 
 
Neeley
Danielle Small OTT
 America's Nominee
4 Votes
 
 
Danielle
Shane Small OTT
 Post-Veto Nominee
Evicted
5 Votes
 
 
Shane

Following Monte's eviction, the HouseGuests competed in the "BB Bar Code" Head of Household competition. After competing for three rounds, Scott became the new Head of Household. Scott also received the second America's Care Package, which allowed him to choose the Veto that would be up for grabs in the Veto competition. Scott originially planned to nominated Danielle and Shane with Shane as his main target. However, following the Care Package announcement, Scott decided to nominate Kryssie and Neeley as pawns. America then nominated Danielle. By selecting the Double Veto, which allowed the top two finishers in the Veto competition to each receive a Golden Power of Veto, Scott hoped to have one of the Vetoes used so that he could backdoor Shane. At the "Fitting In" Veto competition, both Alex and Justin went on to win the Power of Veto. At the Veto meeting, Alex decided not to use her Veto, while Justin used his to save Kryssie. Scott named Shane as the replacement, completing the second part of his plan. At the eviction, the house was once again split when three HouseGuests and America voted to evict Danielle, and four voted to evict Shane. After Scott broke the 4–4 tie, Shane was the third HouseGuest evicted from the Big Brother house by a vote of 5–4–0.

Week 4 Edit

Kryssie Small OTT
 HOH 
 
Kryssie
Morgan Small OTT
 Pre-Veto Nominee
POV
 
 
Morgan
Whitney Small OTT
 Post-Veto Nominee
0 Votes
 
 
Whitney
Scott Small OTT
 Nominee
3 Votes
 
 
Scott
Neeley Small OTT
 America's Nominee
Evicted
4 Votes
 
 
Neeley

Following Shane's eviction, the HouseGuests competed in the "Perfect Shot" Head of Household competition, where Kryssie became the new Head of Household. Alex won the third America's Care Package, which granted her safety for the week while also forcing her to wear a costume and obey Big Brother's commands to serve Kryssie. At the Safety Ceremony, it was revealed that Kryssie nominated Morgan and Scott for eviction with Scott as her main target. Then, Neeley was nominated as America's Nominee. After having the fastest time in the "Wall of Shame" Power of Veto competition, Morgan won the Veto. At the Veto meeting, Morgan used the Veto on herself, and Kryssie named Whitney as the replacement nominee. As the week progressed, the house remained split once again. The HouseGuests' votes fell at a 3–3 split, and America's vote became the deciding vote. At the end of the week, Neeley was the fourth HouseGuest evicted by a vote of 4–3–0.

Week 5Edit

Danielle Small OTT
 HOH
POV
 
 
Danielle
Whitney Small OTT
 Pre-Veto Nominee 
 
Whitney
Morgan Small OTT
 Post-Veto Nominee
0 Votes
 
 
Morgan
Shelby Small OTT
 Nominee
0 Votes
 
 
Shelby
Scott Small OTT
 America's Nominee
Evicted
3 Votes
 
 
Scott

Following Neeley's eviction, the HouseGuests competed in the "One Strike, You're Out" Head of Household competition, where Danielle became the new Head of Household for the week. Shelby won the fourth America's Care Package, the ability to cancel three votes at the next eviction. At the Safety Ceremony, Danielle nominated Shelby and Whitney for eviction. Later, America chose to nominate Scott as the third nominee. After having the fastest time in the "The Haunting of Clementine O'Grady" Power of Veto competition, Danielle won the Power of Veto, making her the first Head of Household to win the Power of Veto this season. At the Veto ceremony, Danielle decided to veto Whitney and nominated Morgan in her place. At the eviction ceremony, Shelby used her care package to cancel the votes of Jason, Justin, and Kryssie. Scott was announced as the evicted HouseGuest by a vote of 3–0–0, the first unanimous vote of the season.

Week 6 Edit

Round 1 Edit

Shelby Small OTT
 Co-HOH 
 
Shelby
Jason Small OTT
 Co-HOH
POV
 
 
Jason
Danielle Small OTT
 Pre-Veto Nominee 
 
Danielle
Morgan Small OTT
 Post-Veto Nominee
0 Votes
 
 
Morgan
Whitney Small OTT
 Nominee
0 Votes
 
 
Whitney
Alex Small OTT
 America's Nominee
Evicted
4 Votes
 
 
Alex

Following Scott's eviction, the HouseGuests competed in the next Head of Household competition, "Big Brother: Over the Top Freshman Class", which won Shelby her first Head of Household of the season. Jason won the fifth America's Care Package, becoming Co-HoH with Shelby. After realizing they have to nominate members of their own alliances due to the Safety Ceremonies, Shelby decided to nominate Whitney, and Jason decided to nominate Danielle for eviction. Later, America chose to nominate Alex as the third nominee. In the Power of Veto competition, Jason pulled out another win. Jason chose to take down Danielle, and Morgan was nominated in her place. Because her strategic gameplay and her strong physical strength has got her a huge target on her back, at the live eviction, Alex was evicted by a vote of 4–0–0.

Round 2 Edit

Danielle Small OTT
 HOH 
 
Danielle
Morgan Small OTT
 POV 
 
Morgan
Justin Small OTT
 Nominee
2 Votes
 
 
Justin
Whitney Small OTT
 Evicted
3 Votes
 
 
Whitney

Following Alex's eviction, the HouseGuests began the double eviction and played in the "Big Brother Shopping Network" Head of Household competition where Danielle won her second HOH competition of the season. Prior to this, Julie announced that there would be no America's Nominee or America's Eviction Vote. Morgan then went on to win America's Care Package, which granted her the Power of Veto for the week. Since she won this power prior to the Safety Ceremony, Morgan was ineligible for nominations. Since Morgan was safe from nominations and would use the Veto on her ally, Shelby, if necessary, Danielle was ultimately forced to name two of her own alliance members as nominees for the week. As a result, Danielle nominated Justin and Whitney for eviction. Needing to break a 2–2 tie, Danielle chose to evict Whitney by a vote of 3–2.

Week 7 Edit

Shelby Small OTT
 HOH
POV
 
 
Shelby
Morgan Small OTT
 Pre-Veto America's Nominee 
 
Morgan
Jason Small OTT
 Nominee
0 Votes
 
 
Jason
Danielle Small OTT
 Evicted
4 Votes
 
 
Danielle

Following the Double Eviction, the HouseGuests competed in the "It's Time to Reflect" HOH competition. After experiencing technical difficulties, a rematch was played between Jason and Shelby. After the rematch, Shelby was crowned the Head of Household for the second time this season. Despite trying to save themselves and make a deal with Shelby and Morgan, Shelby decided to nominate Jason and Danielle for eviction due to their deception in the prior weeks. At the America's Nominee ceremony, America chose Morgan to be the third nominee. At the Power of Veto competition, Shelby won, winning her first PoV of the season. Shelby then chose to take her ally, Morgan, off the block, making this the first time this season that America's Nominee was saved with the Veto. At the live eviction, Danielle was seen as the bigger threat and was evicted by a unanimous vote of 4–0.

Week 8Edit

Morgan Small OTT
 HOH 
 
Morgan
Jason Small OTT
 Pre-Veto Nominee
POV
 
 
Jason
Kryssie Small OTT
 Nominee
0 Votes
 
 
Kryssie
Shelby Small OTT
 Post-Veto Nominee
Evicted
2 Votes
 
 
Shelby

Following Danielle's eviction, the HouseGuests competed in the "Keep You Posted" Head of Household competition where Morgan won her first Head of Household of the season. Justin received the final America's Care Package, which gave him a chance to win immunity for the week if he could complete a challenge. The challenge involved walking across a slackline in order to ring a bell on the other side of the line; Justin succeeded and won immunity. At the Safety Ceremony, Morgan decided to nominate Jason and Kryssie for eviction. At the Veto competition, Jason won his third Power of Veto of the season. Jason used the Veto to save himself, and Morgan had no choice but to nominate her ally, Shelby, as the replacement. At the eviction, Shelby was evicted by a vote of 2–0.

Week 9Edit

Jason Small OTT
 HOH 
 
Jason
Kryssie Small OTT
 Taken 
 
Kryssie
Morgan Small OTT
 HTR Winner 
 
Morgan
Justin Small OTT
 Evicted Via HTR 
 
Justin

Following Shelby's eviction, the four remaining HouseGuests competed in the final Head of Household competition of the season, "Uphill Battle". Jason won, guaranteeing himself a spot in the Final Three along with one other HouseGuest of his choosing. Jason chose to take Kryssie with him to the Final Three, leaving Justin and Morgan to compete against each other for the final spot. After defeating Justin in the Hit the Road competition, Morgan took the final place in the Final Three, and Justin was evicted from the Big Brother house.

Week 10 - FinaleEdit

Morgan Small OTT
 Winner 
 
Morgan
Jason Small OTT
 Runner-Up 
 
Jason
Kryssie Small OTT
 Third Place 
 
Kryssie

The day after Justin's eviction, the Final Three HouseGuests made their pleas to America and waited to hear their decision the next night, being the finale. It was announced on finale night that Kryssie had received third place, leaving Morgan and Jason as the Final Two. In the "closest vote in Big Brother history," with the lead changing around every hour, and only a 20,000 vote difference, Morgan was crowned the winner of Big Brother: Over The Top, leaving Jason as the runner-up. This marked the second season in a row, and the second BBUS season overall, in which a woman won against a man in the Final Two.

TriviaEdit

  • This was the first season where the HouseGuests' move-in was truly LIVE and seen by the audience. In previous seasons, while treated "live," the premiere episode had been taped days earlier, and by the time feeds turned on, the HouseGuests had been in the house for a week. The audience got to see the HouseGuests' first interactions with each other with very minimal editing.
  • This was the first season to be entirely online.
    • Technically, the pilot season of Big Brother China was the first season to be entirely online, but it was only the pilot. Season One took place the next year.
  • This was the second season to air out of the normal summer schedule, following Big Brother 9.
    • This was the first season to air in the fall.
  • This was the third season to feature a cast with a larger number of females than males.
  • This was the first season since Big Brother 12 to feature thirteen HouseGuests. It was the fifth season overall to do so.
  • This was the second season in which the three lowest-placing HouseGuests were of the same sex, following Big Brother 15, where the three lowest placing HouseGuests were all males.
    • Big Brother 14 and Big Brother 18 also featured the first three evicted HouseGuests being of the same sex, but the final placements were affected by an expulsion and a return of an evicted HouseGuest, respectively.
  • This was the first season since Big Brother 13 in which the final nine consisted of three males and six females.
    • This happened in Big Brother 6 and Big Brother 15 (though the placement was affected by a jury buyback).
  • This was the fifth season in which the finalists never had an eviction vote cast against them. This happened in Big Brother 4 , Big Brother 14, Big Brother 15, and Big Brother 16, respectively.
  • This was the third season where the winner was nominated more times than the runner-up. This previously occurred in Big Brother 3 and Big Brother 17.
  • This was the sixth season to feature females winning HoH four times in a row. This occurred in Big Brother 5, Big Brother 8, Big Brother 10, Big Brother 13, and Big Brother 17, respectively.
    • This was the second season in the history of the show to have females win HoH six times in a row, following Big Brother 13.
    • Kryssie, Danielle, Shelby, and Morgan won six HoH's in a row (from Weeks 4 to 8).
  • This was the first season since Big Brother 13 in which females won more competitions than males.
    • Females had 12 competition wins, while males only had 8 in total.
    • This was the first season since Big Brother 13 where males won less than 5 HoHs. Females won 7 out of the 10 HoH regular competitions, while males only won 3 (4 if Jason's Co-HoH is included).
    • This was the first season since Big Brother 8 where males won less than 10 competitions.
  • This was the first season where males won the same amount of PoVs as females in total, with 5 each.
  • This was the fifth season in Big Brother history where females won more competitions than males. This occurred in Big Brother 6, Big Brother All-Stars, Big Brother 8, and Big Brother 13.
  • Julie Chen did not attend or participate in the live evictions this season. However, she did participate in a weekly live question and answer session with the HouseGuests, along with the eviction interviews and the finale.
  • Even though there were three nominees for all but the last four evictions, at least one nominee escaped the block with no votes to evict each time. The same thing occurred in Big Brother 15 and Big Brother 18.
  • This marks the second season of the American version of Big Brother in which a woman beat a man in the Final Two, following Big Brother 18.
  • The finale was aired on the same date and at the same time as the finale of Big Brother Panamá 1.
  • This was the first season to be aired during an election for president.
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