List of Naruto: Shippuden episodes (season 1)

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The cover of the first DVD compilation released by Studio Pierrot

The episodes of the first season of the anime series Naruto: Shippuden are directed by Hayato Date and produced by Studio Pierrot and TV Tokyo. They are based on Part II of the Naruto manga series by Masashi Kishimoto.[1] Set two years and a half after the ending from the Naruto anime, the season follows Naruto Uzumaki and his comrades going through a mission to rescue Gaara, the leader from the ninja village Sunagakure, from the criminal organization Akatsuki. The episodes began airing on February 15, 2007 on TV Tokyo in Japan, and the first season finished on October 25, 2007.[2] The first season was released on DVD in Japan over eight discs between August 1, 2007 and March 5, 2008 under the name of Kazekage Rescue (風影奪還 Kazekage Dakkan?).[3] There is also a special feature included with the seventh Naruto: Shippuden compilation DVD based on the second ending of the series called Hurricane! "Konoha Academy" Chronicles (疾風!"木ノ葉学園"伝 Shippū! "Konoha Gakuen" Den?).[3]

On January 2, 2009 Viz Media and Crunchyroll began providing subtitled Naruto: Shippuden episodes.[4] Premiering on October 28, 2009 in Disney XD, the first season aired until April 21, 2010.[5] A series of eight DVDs of the season was released in North America between September 29, 2009 and April 6, 2010. The last volume also contained episodes from the second season.[6][7] Viz also collected the season in three DVD boxes between January 26, 2010 and August 3, 2010, also sharing the third volume with the second season.[8][9] In the United Kingdom, Manga Entertainment released it in three DVD volumes from June 14, 2010 to October 4, 2010,[10][11] while a DVD box containing the first 52 episodes was released on March 7, 2011.[12]

The series' first season used five musical themes: two openings and three endings. The first opening themes, "Hero's Come Back!!" by nobodyknows+, is used from episodes 1 to 30, while the second opening theme "Distance" by Long Shot Party, was used for episodes 31 and 32. The first ending theme, "Nagareboshi (Shooting Star)" (流れ星 〜Shooting Star〜?) by Home Made Kazoku is used from episodes 1 to 18, the second ending theme, "Michi, To You All" (道 〜to you all?) by Alüto is used from episodes 19 to 30. The third ending theme, "Kimi Monogatari" (キミモノガタリ?, "Your Story") by Little by Little, is used for episodes 31 and 32. A featured movie, Naruto Shippuden the Movie, based on the Naruto: Shippuden series, was released on August 4, 2007.[13] The broadcast versions of episodes 24 through 27 included scenes from the movie in both the opening and ending themes, while still retaining the original music.

Episode listing[edit]

No. Title Original airdate English airdate
1 "Homecoming"
"Kikyō" (帰郷) 
February 15, 2007 October 28, 2009[14]
January 4, 2014 (Uncut)
The episode begins with a preview of episode 51: Naruto Uzumaki and Sakura Haruno's reunion with their former teammate, Sasuke Uchiha who proceeds to attack the former and suppressing the Nine-Tailed Fox within Naruto's subconscious. The actual episode begins when Naruto returns to Konoha after two-and-a-half years of training with Jiraiya, running into Sakura and Konohamaru soon after getting back. Konohamaru demonstrates his Sexy Jutsu, which Naruto is unimpressed with as he claims to have invented a Pervy Jutsu that outranks it. In response, Sakura thrashes Naruto with the monstrous strength she gained from training with Tsunade before the two are summoned to the Fifth Hokage's officer for their first assignment. 
2 "The Akatsuki Makes Its Move"
"Akatsuki, Shidō" (暁, 始動) 
February 15, 2007 October 28, 2009[14]
January 11, 2014 (Uncut)
Naruto learns that all of his friends have advanced to Chunin rank, Neji Hyuga a Jonin, and Gaara as the Fifth Kazekage. Naruto is also reunited with his teacher Kakashi Hatake and gives him a copy of Jiraiya new book Make-Out Tactics before learning that he and Sakura are to be teamed up with their mentor again. However, Kakashi explains that will be testing them like before to see how far that have advanced. Prior to the test, Kakashi meets with Jiraiya in private to discuss the Akatsuki now beginning to become active in their search of the Tailed Beasts. At Sunagakure, Gaara has a meeting with the village council over rumors of Akatsuki members coming to their village. One of council members Yura begins acting peculiar following the meeting, revealed to be a sleeper agent of the Akatsuki's Sasori as he and his partner Deidara arrive at the entrance without trouble to capture the One-Tailed jinchuriki
3 "The Results of Training"
"Shugyō no Seika" (修業の成果) 
February 22, 2007 October 28, 2009[14]
January 18, 2014 (Uncut)
Like the last time they went through Kakashi's test, Naruto and Sakura are required to forcefully take two jingle bell to win by any means necessary. But as the test progresses to sunset, having hoped to use the time to reach, Kakashi realizes that he underestimated his students as they demonstrate their newly acquired skills. At Sunagakure, Deidara begins his aerial assault on the village by lobbing exploding clay spiders onto sentries, instantly killing them. As soon as he makes it to the Kazekage building, finding Gaara waiting for him. 
4 "The Jinchuriki of the Sand"
"Suna no Jinchūriki" (砂の人柱力) 
March 1, 2007 October 28, 2009[14]
January 25, 2014 (Uncut)
Confronting Deidara, Gaara wastes no time in attacking the Akatsuki member sent to capture in an aerial battle above Sunagakure. Meanwhile, Kankuro is alerted to the Akatsuki's presence and begins mobilizing the troops. Back in Konoha, despite having the advantage, Naruto and Sakura cannot get close enough to Kakashi to get the bells. However, realizing that Kakashi had not read Make-Up Tactics completely, Naruto devises a scheme with Sakura to force Kakashi to cover his ears and eyes by threatening to reveal the book's ending. This creates an opening for the younger ninja to each take a bell. 
5 "The Kazekage Stands Tall"
"Kazekage to shite...!" (風影として...!) 
March 15, 2007 November 4, 2009[15]
February 1, 2014 (Uncut)
While Deidara frees himself from Gaara's sand with his left arm crushed, the Sunagakure villagers watch the battle from the ground below as Kankuro remember Gaara's desire to protect the village and be accepted by everyone. Taking advantage of their presence, Deidara drops a C3 explosive on the village as Baki orders the village troops to stop firing as Deidara initiates the detonation. Back in Konoha, Kakashi accepts his defeat as Tsunade reforms Team Seven under the name Team Kakashi
6 "Mission Cleared"
"Norumakuriā" (ノルマクリアー) 
March 29, 2007 November 11, 2009[15]
February 8, 2014 (Uncut)
Deidara, taking advantage of the civilians' presence in his fight with Gaara, Deidara drops a C3 explosive on the village. Though Gaara shields the village from the explosion in time, it left him to a surprise attack by Deidara seeding his clay in Gaara's sand. Deidara then detonates the clay-infested sand, knocking Gaara unconscious before spiriting him off. 
7 "Run, Kankuro"
"Hashire Kankurō" (疾走れカンクロウ) 
March 29, 2007 November 18, 2009[15]
February 15, 2014 (Uncut)
As Deidara carries an unconscious Gaara out of the village, Kankuro chases after them. At the village entrance, Kankuro discovers that all the guards there have already been killed. Upon catching up to Deidara and Sasori, Kankuro initiates his puppet techniques by summoning his puppets: Crow, Black Ant, and Salamander. Sasori sees this as an opportunity to demonstrate his own skills, and he allows Deidara to go ahead so that he can battle Kankuro alone. 
8 "Team Kakashi, Deployed"
"Shutsugeki, Kakashi-han" (出撃, カカシ班) 
April 12, 2007 December 2, 2009[15]
February 22, 2014 (Uncut)
Kankuro's attacks are all nullified by Sasori's scorpion-like tail with his puppets are destroyed. He eventually pierces Kankuro with his tail, inflicting him with a slow-acting poison which would kill him within three days. Kankuro is puzzled at how easily Sasori countered his fighting style, to which Sasori responds by revealing to him his identity as former Hidden Sand ninja who created Kankuro's puppets. Meanwhile, an urgent plea for assistance that Sunagakure sent to Konoha arrives and is brought to Tsunade's attention. Acting immediately, she assigns Team Kakashi to back up Sunagakure in rescuing the Kazekage. 
9 "The Jinchuriki's Tears"
"Jinchūriki no Namida" (人柱力の涙) 
April 12, 2007 December 9, 2009[15]
March 1, 2014 (Uncut)
Kankuro is brought back to the village, but he is feeling the effects of Sasori's deadly poison. The village's medics are helpless in finding a cure. Baki decides to seek help from the village's elders, Chiyo and her brother, Ebizo. Meanwhile, Team Kakashi, on their way to Sunagakure, pick up Gaara's elder sister, Temari, after telling her of Gaara's kidnapping. They all continue towards the village, as Naruto sheds tears over the hard life that Gaara's had. 
10 "Sealing Jutsu: Nine Phantom Dragons"
"Fūin Jutsu: Genryū Kyū Fūjin" (封印術·幻龍九封尽) 
April 19, 2007 December 16, 2009[15]
March 8, 2014 (Uncut)
Deidara and Sasori arrive at the secret Akatsuki hideout. The Akatsukis' leader gathers the other members, using an astral projection technique, and they begin a three-day long jutsu to extract Shukaku from Gaara and seal the tailed beast within a giant idol known as the Gedo Statue. At Sunagakure, Kankuro's condition worsens and Chiyo claims that even her expertise is not enough to counteract Sasori's poison. At Konoha, Tsunade foresees the difficulty of Team Kakashi's mission and orders Team Guy to back them up. 
11 "The Medical Ninja's Student"
"Iryō Ninja no Deshi" (医療忍者の弟子) 
April 26, 2007 December 23, 2009[15]
March 15, 2014 (Uncut)
On reaching Sunagakure, Team Kakashi and Temari get informed of Kankuro's attack. Using the medical ninjutsu that she had learnt from Tsunade, Sakura manages to extract the poison from Kankuro and create an antidote. Afterwards, Kankuro gives Kakashi a piece of Sasori's clothing that he managed to get from him, allowing Kakashi's ninja dogs to track down the Akatsuki's whereabouts. Before heading out themselves, Kankuro asks Naruto to retrieve his brother, and Naruto acquiesces, stating with a smile that Gaara will have to owe him one later on. 
12 "The Retired Granny's Determination"
"Inkyo Babā no Ketsui" (隠居ババアの決意) 
May 3, 2007 December 31, 2009[15]
March 22, 2014 (Uncut)
Team Kakashi heads out to Akatsuki's hideout, along with Chiyo. On the way, Chiyo tells them about the nine Tailed Beasts in the world, two of which are sealed within Gaara and Naruto. Meanwhile, Kakashi's summon, Pakkun notices Team Guy's approach and informs them of the Akatsuki's lair positioned in the Land of Rivers. Zetsu, the Akatsuki spy, notices the two Konoha teams approaching, and informs the others. The Akatsuki leader then sends out Kisame Hoshigaki and Itachi Uchiha to delay Team Guy and Team Kakashi, respectively, to gain Akatsuki time to extract Shukaku from Gaara. 
13 "A Meeting With Destiny"
"Innen Aimamieru" (因縁あいまみえる) 
May 10, 2007 December 31, 2009[15]
March 30, 2014 (Uncut)
The battle between Team Guy and Kisame begins, while Team Kakashi encounters Itachi. Kakashi warns his team of the danger of Itachi's Mangekyo Sharingan, and reveals what he's discovered to be its weakness. Guy's team is quickly contained by Kisame's powerful Water Style Jutsus, leaving Guy himself to fight Kisame alone. Kakashi leads the attack against Itachi with Naruto following close behind, but Naruto is shocked when the real Itachi explodes into a cloud and his allies morph into Itachi's clones. 
14 "Naruto's Growth"
"Naruto no Seichō" (ナルトの成長) 
May 17, 2007 December 31, 2009[15]
April 6, 2014 (Uncut)
The battle between Guy and Kisame intensifies. Guy bring outs his nunchaku to compensate for Kisame's Samehada sword, (Uncut)es a beating from Kisame's Water Style Jutsu. After being submerged by Kisame's attacks, Guy resorts to opening up six of his Inner Gates, and defeats Kisame with the Morning Peacock technique. Meanwhile, Naruto realizes he is caught in a genjutsu that Itachi cast upon him, and recalls his training with Jiraiya to try to dispel Itachi's illusion on his own. 
15 "The Secret Weapon is Called...."
"Kakushidama Nazukete" (隠し玉 名付けて...!) 
May 24, 2007 December 31, 2009[15]
April 13, 2014 (Uncut)
After the bad visions that Itachi makes him suffer, Naruto is released from the genjutsu by Chiyo and Sakura. Distracted and immobilized by Kakashi's shadow clone, Itachi takes a direct hit from Naruto's Great Ball Rasengan. Meanwhile, Guy frees Neji, Rock Lee and Tenten after defeating Kisame. Later, the two Konoha teams find out that their opponents are Yura and another rouge Hiiden Sand ninja named Mukade who were used to create clones of Itachi and Kisame to function as a distraction. 
16 "The Secret of Jinchuriki"
"Jinchūriki no Himitsu" (人柱力の秘密) 
May 31, 2007 January 6, 2010[15]
April 20, 2014 (Uncut)
Kakashi and Guy's teams both figure out that their battles were only set-ups to delay them from rescuing Gaara. Chiyo goes on to explain that the Jinchuriki, like Gaara and Naruto, are individuals burdened with the task of carrying the Tailed Beasts within them and the extraction process can be fatal. As the two teams rest from their battles, the Akatsuki leader sends out Zetsu to dispose of Yura and Mukade's corpses. 
17 "The Death of Gaara!"
"Gaara Shisu!" (我愛羅死す!) 
June 7, 2007 January 13, 2010[15]
April 27, 2014 (Uncut)
Team Guy and Team Kakashi both finish their breaks and go on towards the Akatsuki lair. After noticing Naruto's agitation towards Gaara's capture, Kakashi explains to Chiyo that Naruto is himself a Jinchuriki. Chiyo then reveals that she was the one who sealed the Shukaku in Gaara, to protect Sunagakure. As the Konoha teans arrive to the cave entrance to find a way in, the Akatsuki finishes sealing Shukaku into the Gedo Statue with Gaara's body rendered lifeless. 
18 "Charge Tactic! Button Hook Entry!!"
"Totsunyū! Botan Fukku Entorī" (突入!ボタンフックエントリー) 
June 21, 2007 January 20, 2010[15]
May 4, 2014 (Uncut)
With the sealing ritual over, the Akatsuki members end their astral projection technique with Deidara and Sasori ordered by the Akatsuki leader to dispose of the intruders while learning from Itachi that one of them is the Nine Tails Jinchuriki. Kakashi and Guy's teams find out that there is a barrier protecting the Akatsuki hideout, being generated by five forbidden tags in the nearby area. Neji pinpoints the tags' locations with his Byakugan, and Team Guy dispatches to remove the tags and disables the barrier, allowing Team Kakashi to enter the hideout with Naruto furious to find Gaara's lifeless body. 
19 "Traps Activate! Team Guy's Enemy"
"Torappu Sadō! Gai-han no Teki" (罠作動!ガイ班の敵) 
July 5, 2007 January 27, 2010[15]
May 11, 2014 (Uncut)
Once removing the tag seals to open the Akatsuki lair's entrance, Team Guy is individually ambushed and attacked by exact clones of themselves. Inside the lair, Deidara angers Naruto by stating Gaara's death. Kakashi tells Naruto to calm down. After Deidara and Sasori get into an argument about what art truly is, Deidara takes Gaara's body away within a clay bird as bait, forcing Naruto and Kakashi to follow him. Sakura and Chiyo remain behind to battle Chiyo's grandson, Sasori. 
20 "Hiruko vs. Two Kunoichi!"
"Hiruko vs. Futari no Kunoichi" (ヒルコVS二人の女忍者) 
July 19, 2007 February 3, 2010[15]
May 18, 2014 (Uncut)
Chiyo explains to Sakura that Sasori used to be one of the best puppeteers in Sunagakure, but he left the village after he started making puppets out of humans. Chiyo also reveals that Sasori's true body is hiding within his favorite puppet, Hiruko, and the only way to kill Sasori is to first destroy his puppet. Chiyo and Sakura are able to dodge Sasori's poison-laced attacks and successfully demolish the puppet using Sakura's strength. Sasori then emerges from the puppet's remains. Just outside, Deidara begins telling Naruto and Kakashi how much stronger Sasori is compared to himself. 
21 "Sasori's Real Face"
"Sasori no Sugao" (サソリの素顔) 
July 26, 2007 February 10, 2010[15]
May 25, 2014 (Uncut)
With his puppet destroyed, Sasori reveals himself to Chiyo and Sakura, looking no older than when he left his village over twenty years ago. Meanwhile, Temari's team, along with Kankuro and Ebizo continue to make their way towards the Land of Rivers, where Ebizo tells the others of the strongest ninja in Sunagakure's history, the Third Kazekage, and his mysterious disappeance. Back in the Akatsuki lair, Sasori summons the Third Kazekage puppet, whom he had kidnapped and turned into a Human Puppet many years ago. Using its weapons, which are even more dangerous than Hiruko's, Sasori is able to catch Sakura in a cloud of poison gas. 
22 "Chiyo's Secret Skills"
"Chiyo no Oku no Te" (チヨの奥の手) 
August 2, 2007 February 17, 2010[15]
June 1, 2014 (Uncut)
Sakura manages to escape the poison gas cloud by using an explosive scroll on herself. Chiyo calls forth the "Mother" and "Father" puppets, that Sasori had modeled out of his dead parents as a child, to fight him with. They manage to hold down the Third Kazekage for a while until Sasori releases the Third's secret technique: Iron Sand. Meanwhile, Team Guy are having trouble fighting their clones and showing exhaustion from the battle. Elsewhere, Naruto and Kakashi manage to avoid Deidara's clay bombs and keep up with him. 
23 "Father and Mother"
""Chichi" to "Haha"" (「父」と「母」) 
August 2, 2007 February 24, 2010[15]
June 8, 2014 (Uncut)
The Third Kazekage, being a Human Puppet, is built to retain the chakra the body once had when it was alive, allowing the Third to use his special Iron Sand techniques. The Iron Sand clogs the mechanism in the "Mother" and "Father" puppets, as well as Chiyo's right puppet arm. Chiyo remembers back to when Sasori was a child and created the "Mother" and "Father" puppets to try to get parental love. Chiyo uses a willing Sakura as a puppet, and has her dodge the Iron Sand techniques to get close to Sasori. 
24 "The Third Kazekage"
"Sandaime Kazekage" (三代目風影) 
August 9, 2007 February 24, 2010[15]
June 15, 2014 (Uncut)
Sasori attacks with an Iron Sand pyramid and prism, but Sakura is able to fend them off, causing the cave in the lair to fall. Sasori then uses the Iron Sand to create a makeshift globe-model out of randomly growing spikes of iron, one of which hits Sakura and paralyzes her with poison. With one last attack from the Third Kazekage puppet, Sasori attempts to kill the seemingly helpless Sakura, only to discover that Sakura is somehow immune to his poison and she destroys the Third Kazekage puppet with a single punch. 
25 "Three Minutes Between Life and Death"
"Sei to Shi no Sanpunkan" (生と死の三分間) 
August 16, 2007 March 3, 2010[15]
June 22, 2014 (Uncut)
Sakura reveals to Sasori that she had taken an antidote to his poison, that she brought with her. Meanwhile, Deidara attempts to split Naruto and Kakashi by creating a swarm of explosive jumping crickets out of his clay and has them pursue Kakashi. Kakashi makes a shadow clone as a decoy and the crickets, mistaking the clone for the real Kakashi, detonate harmlessly. Kakashi then catches back up with Naruto and strategizes a plan. Sakura and Chiyo ready themselves for the battle with Sasori, who reveals the reason behind his eternal youth: he had transformed himself into a human puppet. 
26 "Puppet Fight: 10 vs. 100!"
"Jukki vs Hyakki" (十機vs百機) 
August 23, 2007 March 10, 2010[15]
June 29, 2014 (Uncut)
Sakura and Chiyo continue the battle with Sasori, who overwhelms them initially. Sakura manages to later destroy Sasori's puppet body, but he reforms back. Seeing this, Chiyo summons the Ten Puppets of Chikamatsu, which Sasori counters with his One Hundred Puppet Manipulation Jutsu. Sakura and Chiyo, with the help of her Ten Puppets seem to trap and defeat Sasori, but, under cover of the battle, Sasori secretly transfers the only living part of his body - his heart - into another puppet, and tries to attack Chiyo from behind. Sakura notices this and intercedes, causing Sasori to stab her through her torso. 
27 "Impossible Dream"
"Kanawanu Yume" (叶わぬ夢) 
August 30, 2007 March 17, 2010[15]
July 6, 2014 (Uncut)
Chiyo injects the last remaining antidote into Sakura, and finally kills Sasori by stabbing him through his heart using the "Father" and "Mother" puppets. With Sasori immobilized, Chiyo revives the nearly-dead Sakura using her Resurrection Technique. As he dies, Sasori tells Sakura where he had planned to meet with one of his spies, who had been secretly working as one of his former Akatsuki partner, Orochimaru's subordinates. Meanwhile, as Kakashi and Naruto are pursuing Deidara, Kakashi reveals his plan to activate his version of the Mangekyo Sharingan. 
28 "Beasts: Alive Again!"
"Yomigaeru Kemono-tachi" (蘇る獣たち) 
September 13, 2007 March 24, 2010[15]
July 13, 2014 (Uncut)
Team Guy continues to fight their clones. Neji explains to each member of the team that they are growing weaker as the fight drags on, and their clones, being non-human, remain as strong as they were when they were formed. Lee realizes that the only way for them to defeat their clones is to become stronger than they were when they first started fighting. After remembering their training, they remember their resolve to constantly become stronger. This gives them the strength needed to overpower and destroy their clones. 
29 "Kakashi Enlightened!"
"Kakashi Kaigan!" (カカシ開眼!) 
September 27, 2007 March 31, 2010[15]
July 20, 2014 (Uncut)
Kakashi reveals his Mangekyo Sharingan, and uses his interdimensional warping technique, Kamui, to try to warp Deidara, but succeeds only in warping his arm. While Deidara has his guard down, Naruto manages to separate him from his clay bird, and has his clones retain Gaara's body from the bird's mouth. Naruto attacks Deidara, only to discover that he is beating up a clay clone. Angered, Naruto's Nine-Tailed Fox chakra begins to emerge, leading Naruto to transform to his Two-Tailed form. 
30 "Aesthetics of an Instant"
"Shunkan no Bigaku" (瞬間の美学) 
September 27, 2007 April 7, 2010[15]
July 27, 2014 (Uncut)
After Naruto is taken over by the Nine-Tailed Fox's chakra, Kakashi uses a seal that Jiraiya gave him to suppress it. Team Guy finds Deidara thanks to Neji's Byakugan, and seeing the pursuing team, Deidara seemingly self-detonates by ingesting his own clay and exploding. However, the explosion is countered by Kakashi's Kamui, who is able to warp it to a different dimension just in time. Meanwhile, Sakura fails to bring Gaara back to life, and the group mourns Gaara's death. Seeing Naruto's emotions as a friend for Gaara, Chiyo moves over to Gaara's body and uses a Life-Transfer Jutsu to resurrect him. 
31 "The Legacy"
"Tsugareyukumono" (継がれゆくもの) 
October 18, 2007 April 14, 2010[15]August 3, 2014 (Uncut)
Chiyo finishes her Life-Transfer Jutsu, after Naruto volunteers to her to use his chakra with her dying chakra. As she continues the technique, she begins to reflect on how Konoha and Sunagakure have acted in the past, and she passes down to Naruto and Sakura her wisdom for the future. A revived Gaara finds himself surrounded by shinobi from Sunagakure celebrating his return. Temari and Kankuro soon reveal that Chiyo gave her life to rescue Gaara, shocking Naruto. Gaara asks his villagers to mourn for Chiyo. 
32 "Return of the Kazekage"
"Kazekage no Kikan" (風影の帰還) 
October 25, 2007 April 21, 2010[15]
Deidara, revealing that the self-detonation was caused by his clone, survives his battle and begins to search for his missing. Meanwhile, Zetsu and his new subordinate, Tobi, who wishes to join the Akatsuki, search Sasori's remains for his ring. Deidara later finds the two searching for his own ring. The Konoha ninja begin to leave Sunagakure after their mission. In Konoha, Danzo gives Sai instructions for his secret mission after joining Team Kakashi. In Sunagakure, the Konoha and Sand ninja pay their respects at Chiyo's grave, and Naruto and Gaara shake hands before departing. 

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