Survivor: Cagayan

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Survivor: Cagayan
Presented by Jeff Probst
No. of episodes 7 aired
No. of days 39
No. of survivors 18
Location(s) Cagayan, Philippines
Filming dates July 11, 2013 (2013-07-11)
– August 18, 2013 (2013-08-18)[1]
Original run February 26, 2014 (2014-02-26) – May 21, 2014 (2014-05-21)
Preceded by Survivor: Blood vs. Water
Followed by Survivor 29

Survivor: Cagayan, also known as Survivor: Cagayan — Brawn vs. Brains vs. Beauty,[2][3] is the twenty-eighth season of the American CBS competitive reality television series Survivor. The season filmed from July 11–August 18, 2013,[4] and premiered on February 26, 2014, with the first two episodes screened back-to-back,[3][5][6] featuring eighteen new players divided into three tribes of six based on dominant attribute — athleticism, intelligence, and attractiveness.[7][8] For the first time since Survivor: Thailand in 2002, the finale and live reunion show will not take place on a Sunday but instead will air in the show's regular time slot on May 21, 2014.[1]

The cast includes former professional basketball player Cliff Robinson and baseball team Miami Marlins president David Samson.[9]

This season features the return of a hidden immunity idol, that can be used at Tribal Council after the votes have been read, which is how it was used in Survivor: Panama and Survivor: Cook Islands, which was hidden once the tribes merged.[10] This is in addition to hidden immunity idols that must be played after the votes are cast but before they are read, as seen in Survivor: Fiji onward.


The cast is composed of 18 new players, initially split into three tribes containing six members each: Aparri ("Brawn"), Luzon ("Brains"), and Solana ("Beauty").[11] The Brawn vs. Brains vs. Beauty tribe division concluded with a tribe switch in the fourth episode, on day 12.[12][13]

List of Survivor: Cagayan contestants
Contestant Original tribe Switched tribe Merged tribe Finish
Samson, DavidDavid Samson
45, Plantation, Florida
Luzon 1st Voted Out
Day 3
Adelstein, GarrettGarrett Adelstein
27, Santa Monica, California
Luzon 2nd Voted Out
Day 6
Johnston, BriceBrice Johnston
27, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Solana 3rd Voted Out
Day 8
Taylor, J'TiaJ'Tia Taylor
31, Chicago, Illinois
Luzon 4th Voted Out
Day 11
Robinson, CliffCliff Robinson
46, Newark, New Jersey
Aparri Solana 5th Voted Out
Day 14
Ogle, LindseyLindsey Ogle
29, Kokomo, Indiana
Aparri Solana Quit
Day 14
Maxwell, AlexisAlexis Maxwell
21, Addison, Illinois
Solana Aparri 6th Voted Out
Day 16
Lacina, SarahSarah Lacina
29, Cedar Rapids, Iowa
Aparri Aparri Solarrion 7th Voted Out
1st Jury Member
Day 19
McLeod, MorganMorgan McLeod
21, San Jose, California
Solana Aparri 8th Voted Out
2nd Jury Member
Day 22
McKanas, LJLJ McKanas
34, Boston, Massachusetts
Solana Solana 9th Voted Out
3rd Jury Member
Day 25
Bland, JefraJefra Bland
22, Campbellsville, Kentucky
Solana Solana
Bledsoe, SpencerSpencer Bledsoe
21, Chicago, Illinois
Luzon Aparri
Fox, Latasha "Tasha"Latasha "Tasha" Fox
37, St. Louis, Missouri
Luzon Aparri
Hegarty, TrishTrish Hegarty
48, Boston, Massachusetts
Aparri Solana
Hwang, Yung "Woo"Yung "Woo" Hwang
29, Newport Beach, California
Aparri Solana
McQuillen, Kassandra "Kass"Kassandra "Kass" McQuillen
41, Tehachapi, California
Luzon Aparri
Vlachos, TonyTony Vlachos
39, Jersey City, New Jersey
Aparri Solana
Wood, JeremiahJeremiah Wood
34, Dobson, North Carolina
Solana Aparri

Season summary

Challenge winners and eliminations by episodes
Episode title Original air date Challenge winner(s) Eliminated Finish
Reward Immunity
"Hot Girl With a Grudge" February 26, 2014 Solana1 David 1st voted out
Day 3
Aparri1 Garrett 2nd voted out
Day 6
"Cops-R-Us" March 5, 2014 Aparri1 Brice 3rd voted out
Day 8
"Our Time to Shine" March 12, 2014 Solana Solana J'Tia 4th voted out
Day 11
Aparri Aparri
"Odd One Out" March 19, 2014 Solana Aparri Cliff 5th voted out
Day 14
"We Found Our Zombies" March 26, 2014 Solana Solana Lindsey Quit
Day 14
Alexis 6th voted out
Day 16
"Head of the Snake" April 2, 2014 None Woo Sarah 7th voted out
1st jury member
Day 19
"Mad Treasure Hunt" April 9, 2014 Jefra, Jeremiah, LJ, Morgan, Spencer Spencer Morgan 8th voted out
2nd jury member
Day 22
"Bag of Tricks" April 16, 2014 Jeremiah, Spencer, Tony Tasha LJ 9th voted out
3rd jury member
Day 25
"Sitting In My Spy Shack" April 23, 2014

^1 Combined reward and immunity challenge


Title CBS recap Rating/Share
Original air date U.S. viewers
Weekly Rank
1 "Hot Girl With a Grudge" Recap 2.4/7[14] February 26, 2014 9.40[14] 20[15]

All three tribes were asked to designate a leader. David, Sarah, and LJ were chosen for the Brains, Brawn, and Beauty tribes respectively; they then had to pick their tribe's weakest player as David, Sarah, and LJ chose Garrett, Trish, and Morgan, respectively. All three were flown by helicopter to their camps, while the remaining tribe members had to walk there. Upon arriving at camp, the weakest players had to choose between an extra bag of rice for the tribe or a clue to a hidden immunity idol. Garrett and Morgan chose to look for the Idol, but only Garrett found one, while Trish chose the extra bag of rice. Brice began to bond with Morgan after noticing bonds were forming between LJ and Jeremiah, and Alexis and Jefra. At the Brawn camp, Woo recognized Cliff, but the tribe didn't care about his professional sports past. Sarah confronted Tony, as she pegged him as being a cop, but he denied it and claimed to be a construction worker. At the Brains camp, J'Tia was leading the tribe in building their shelter despite coming across as bossy.

  • Reward/Immunity challenge: The tribes would start at one end of a course with a wagon. Along the way, they would retrieve keys from a tall post with a long pole to unlock three trunks with puzzle pieces inside, and put the trunks on the wagon. After getting all three trunks, the tribes would have to disassemble the wagon and push the pieces of the wagon and the trunks either through or over a fence, then climb over the fence themselves. They then would re-assemble the wagon, put the trunks on board, and drag the wagon through more obstacles. Once at the finish, two tribe members would take the pieces out of the trunks and assemble the vertical puzzle. The first two tribes to finish would get immunity; the first-place tribe would also get a fire-making kit, while second place would get flint to make fire.

At the challenge, the Brawns and the Beauty tribe took a big lead; by the time the Brains tribe began the puzzle, the other tribes were almost finished. The Beauty tribe finished first with the Brawn tribe coming in second. At the Brains camp, Kass and David debated over who to vote out: Kass wanted J'Tia out for her poor attitude and work ethic, while David wanted to target Garrett, who he saw as a threat later in the game. Garrett was conflicted between voting for J'Tia and David after being selected by David as the weakest tribe member. J'Tia and Tasha agreed to Garrett's plan, but Spencer was paranoid about David potentially having an idol and believed J'Tia was the easier vote. In the end, Spencer sided with Garrett and David was voted out.

After the vote, Kass found herself in a swing vote position, sitting between Spencer and Garrett, and J'Tia and Tasha, eventually allying with the former. At the Brawn camp, Cliff and Woo bonded, while Tony wasn't fond of Cliff's popularity within the tribe. Trish and Lindsey argued over workload. Tony built a hiding spot in the shelter, named the "Spy Shack," to eavesdrop on his tribe's conversations. At the Beauty camp, Jeremiah and Morgan bonded, while Brice attempted to solidify an alliance with them.

  • Reward/Immunity challenge: The tribes would race out into the ocean and climb over and into a bamboo cage. The tribe would then have to untie an underwater door on the cage bottom and drag heavy fish traps through the door and back to the beach. Once on the beach, they must retrieve puzzle pieces inside the fish traps. After that, one member from each tribe must assemble a rotating puzzle. The first two tribes to finish would get immunity; the first-place tribe would receive a deluxe fishing kit, including nets, lures, worms, along with a pan and spices, while second place would receive fish lures, weights, and line.
At the challenge, the Brawn and Brains tribes took an early lead over the Beauty tribe. The Brawn tribe placed first while J'Tia of the Brains tribe struggled with the puzzle. The Beauty tribe managed to come from behind and place second, thanks to LJ's work on the puzzle, sending the Brains to their second consecutive Tribal Council. After the challenge, Tony found a clue to the hidden immunity idol in the reward and ended up finding the idol. At the Brains camp, Garrett, not wanting anyone to have private talks with each other, began an open discussion with the tribe on who to send home as he, Kass, and Spencer had agreed on voting out J'Tia. Tasha argued with Garrett, as she wanted to strategize and believed Garrett was not playing the game correctly. When Tasha attempted to privately talk with Kass about voting out Garrett, Garrett and Spencer followed them. With her tribe distracted, J'Tia dumped most of their rice into the fire due to being angry about her tribe wanting to vote her out. At Tribal Council, Garrett got into an argument with J'Tia and Tasha, and outed his alliance with Spencer and Kass. In the end, Kass flipped, siding with girls to vote out Garrett, who had left his hidden idol back at camp. 
2 "Cops-R-Us" Recap 2.4/8[16] March 5, 2014 9.58[16] 18[17]

Spencer questioned the rest of his tribe if J'Tia would have been voted out if Garrett had not had an open discussion about the vote. Tasha said she planned to vote for J'Tia until Garrett revealed his alliance that didn't involve her. At the Brawn camp, Tony admitted to Sarah that he's a police officer, which she earlier suspected and he denied. The two formed an alliance, naming it "Cops-R-Us." Tony lied to Sarah, claiming that Cliff and Lindsey suggested an interest in getting Sarah out of the game. A rain storm came down on the castaways throughout the night and following day. At the Beauty camp, LJ ventured off during the storm in search of the hidden immunity idol and eventually found it. At the Brains camp, they all practiced throwing water to each other from coconut-to-coconut based on their challenge clue.

  • Reward/Immunity challenge: One tribe member closest to the ocean would collect a bucket of water. They then had to work with their tribe to pass the water to each other by throwing it in the air and catching it in their buckets, with the final member eventually dumping the remaining water into a container which, when filled, would drop and release a ball. Two tribe members would then use the ball to complete a circular maze with the winning tribe receiving a tarp and other comfort items along with immunity while the second place tribe would receive immunity and a tarp.
The Brawn tribe finished first with the Brains tribe coming in second. At the Brawn tribe, Tony found a clue in their reward to the hidden immunity idol and hid it, as he already had found the idol. The Beauty tribe began looking to Tribal Council as LJ asked the tribe if anybody wanted to go home, but received no responses. The alliance of LJ, Jeremiah, Jefra, and Alexis decided to split the vote between Brice and Morgan in case of a hidden immunity idol, while the two outsiders attempted to sway Jeremiah into voting with them for Alexis. At Tribal Council, Jeremiah stayed loyal to LJ, forcing a three-way tie between Morgan, Brice, and Alexis. On the revote, Brice was unanimously eliminated. 
3 "Our Time to Shine" Recap 2.5/8[18] March 12, 2014 9.66[18] 16[19]

After returning from Tribal Council, Morgan approached Jeremiah in front of the entire tribe to question his reason for voting with LJ, Alexis, and Jefra rather than siding with herself and Brice. Jeremiah defended himself saying that his first alliance was with LJ, Alexis, and Jefra, and he felt Brice was too much of a social threat. Morgan worked on convincing Jefra and Alexis that Jeremiah had actually been the one organizing the vote for Alexis. Back at the Brains' camp, they again practiced for a challenge based on the clue they received in tree-mail.

  • Reward challenge: One member of each tribe would act as a caller while two other blindfolded tribe members would navigate the course to retrieve five items and a flag, eventually working with a third blindfolded tribemate to hoist the items up to the caller's platform. The winning tribe would receive three egg-laying hens and a rooster, while the second-place tribe would receive a dozen eggs.

Throughout the challenge, the Beauty and Brains tribes were neck-and-neck while Brawn constantly trailed. However, after the Beauty tribe won the challenge, J'Tia of the Brains struggled with hoisting the last item, a flag, resulting in the Brawn tribe catching up and eventually placing second. At the Beauty camp, Jeremiah pulled out a note from their reward in front of the tribe, a hidden immunity idol clue which he read out loud. He proceeded to kill the rooster for the tribe to eat by ripping its head off. At the Brawn's camp, Sarah conspired to get Cliff out of the game due to Tony's lie to Sarah about Cliff targeting her, convincing Woo and Trish to throw the upcoming immunity challenge to do so.

  • Immunity challenge: All tribe members would take turns diving into the water to retrieve buoys. Once all five are collected, tribe members must throw them into a basket floating in the water. Two tribe members would stay in the water to retrieve any buoys that miss the basket; the person throwing could not throw until they had all un-scored buoys on their platform.
The Beauty tribe came in first place. Despite the attempts of several Brawn tribemates to throw the challenge, they finished again in second place, sending the Brains tribe back to Tribal Council. Kass and Tasha weighed their options and considered whether they would vote for Spencer, who was outside their women's alliance but their best challenge competitor, or J'Tia, who was in their alliance but a challenge liability who had also dumped their rice in a fit of rage. In the end, Kass and Tasha sided with Spencer, voting J'Tia out. 
4 "Odd One Out" Recap 2.5/8[20] March 19, 2014 9.46[20] 14[21]

The Brains tribe comes back to camp pleased with their decision to vote out J'Tia at Tribal Council. The next day, the tree mail suggested a reward challenge for food. When the tribes arrived to the challenge, host Jeff Probst told the castaways to drop their buffs, as the three tribes were being redistributed into two tribes. The entire "Brawn" tribe, with the exception of Sarah, joined two "Beauty" members, LJ and Jefra, to make up the new Solana tribe. Sarah would join the three remaining "Brains" (Kass, Spencer, Tasha) and the remaining "Beauty" members (Jeremiah, Alexis, Morgan) to make up the new Aparri tribe.

  • Reward challenge: One member of each tribe would hang on to a post. Two members of the opposing tribe would attempt to remove them from the post and drag them across the sand to the finish line. The first tribe to get the member of the other tribe across the finish line would receive one point. The first tribe to score two points wins coffee and pastries.

The new Solana tribe won the challenge 2–1 after Cliff proved too heavy for Spencer and Jeremiah to shift. Back at the Solana camp, LJ and Trish formed a bond after both found out they were from Massachusetts. This led to the chagrin of her fellow "Brawn" allies, who were concerned that Trish would abandon their alliance. Meanwhile at Aparri, the former Brains tribe found themselves in a power position after Alexis, Morgan, and Jeremiah each sought out their own new alliance of four with them.

  • Immunity challenge: Each tribe uses a puzzle log to break through two wooden walls; then, they must turn, pull and push the puzzle log to navigate a maze that is worked into the surface of the log. Once the log is cleared from the maze station, the first tribe to hit a gong at the end of the course wins immunity.
At the immunity challenge, the Aparri members overcame Solana's early lead to win immunity. While most of the original Brawn tribe wanted to vote out LJ, Trish decided to join LJ and Jefra in voting out Cliff. She encouraged Tony to join her newly formed alliance and eliminate former NBA player and potential post-merge challenge threat Cliff, though Tony appeared hesitant. LJ was prepared to play his hidden immunity idol, but chose not to do so. In the end, his idol wasn't needed after Tony and Trish joined him and Jefra, forming a majority and eliminating Cliff. 
5 "We Found Our Zombies" Recap 2.3/7[22] March 26, 2014 9.85[22] 12[23]

After Tribal Council, Trish approached Lindsey to explain why she flipped from their alliance. The two instead engaged in a heated argument, resulting in Lindsey walking away from camp. Jeff Probst met up with Lindsey and she informed him that she was pulling herself from the game, fearing that if she stayed any longer, she might do something that she wouldn't want her child to see. Soon after Jeff stopped by Solana's camp to inform the tribe of Lindsey's decision to leave.

  • Reward challenge: Facing off one against one in a fenced off circle, a castaway from each tribe would hold a wooden idol on top of a platform that they would hold in one hand. They would use the other free hand to attempt to knock their opponent's idol off the platform. The castaway whose idol hit the ground last would score one point for their tribe. First tribe to four points would get to raid the other tribe's camp.

The Solana tribe won the reward challenge and selected Tony and Woo to go to the Aparri camp and pick two items they'd like to take. Tony and Woo opened two notes given to them at the challenge: one informing them of the items they could choose from and the second being a clue to the hidden immunity idol at their own camp. Instead, Tony pretended they were given a clue to assign to a member of the Aparri tribe, giving it to Jeremiah in an attempt to make him a target. Jeremiah later realized that the clue was the same one he had received while on the original Solana tribe and therefore useless to him at Aparri, though Spencer and Alexis appeared skeptical about that claim.

  • Immunity challenge: Each tribe would build a staircase out of wooden poles, then climb it to reach a bamboo maze. Upon exiting the maze and sliding down a bamboo slide, one tribe member would maneuver a key through a rope obstacle, using the key to unlock a machete to release puzzle pieces. Two more tribe members would then solve a puzzle to reveal the solution to a combination lock. The first tribe to unlock their flag would win immunity.
Despite quickly falling behind on the staircase portion, the Solana tribe came out victorious due to LJ's and Woo's puzzle-solving skills, and won immunity. At the Aparri camp, Alexis attempted to convince the rest of the tribe to vote out Jeremiah, believing him to be the most likely person to turn against them after the merge. Spencer saw through Alexis' scheming and felt she came across as fake, along with the worry that Alexis would rejoin former Beauty allies LJ and Jefra at the merge. At Tribal Council, it was discussed that tribal cohesion was necessary in order to win challenges, which brought up past conflict between Jeremiah and Morgan. Ultimately, Jeremiah was spared over Alexis, who was voted out by her entire tribe. 
6 "Head of the Snake" Recap 2.3/7[24] April 2, 2014 9.48[24] 17[25]

On Day 17, both tribes were anticipating a merge. Their assumptions proved correct after tree mail instructed the former Solana tribe to move to the Aparri beach. Upon arrival, the merge was confirmed and they were informed of a new hidden immunity idol with unspecified "different powers." With the new tribe totaling eleven members, each former tribe attempted to solidify their numbers ahead of the first individual immunity challenge. Despite some tension between Kass and Sarah, the former Aparri tribe had a one-member numerical advantage, so Tony attempted to get his former ally Sarah to flip to the Solana alliance.

  • Immunity challenge: The castaways would stand barefoot on wooden slats on an a-frame that was floating in the water and try to remain balanced. After 15 minutes, the castaways would move up to a second set of slats, closer together. After another 15 minutes, the castaways would move to the top of the a-frame where they would have to balance until one person remained, who would then win immunity.

Woo held out against Tony to win immunity. Sarah decided to remain loyal to the former Aparri tribe and encouraged her allies to vote for Tony. When questioned by Tony about her allegiances, Sarah remained non-committal and he realized she would not turn to their side. Instead, Trish—who had overheard an argument between Sarah and Kass—questioned Kass about her role in the alliance and asked who from the former Aparri she would most likely vote for. When she answered with Sarah, Trish told her that the former Solana tribe would vote for Sarah per Kass' request, leaving the option for Kass to vote with them on the table.

At Tribal Council, Tony revealed his hidden immunity idol and announced that it was a "community idol" to help any member of his alliance. Spencer then publicly announced for the Aparri alliance to switch their votes to "the other one." Thinking that "the other one" was LJ, Tony played his idol on him. LJ repaid the favor by playing his own idol on Tony, ensuring that both men were safe from the vote. "The other one" turned out to be Jefra, wasting both idols. However, Kass ended up turning on the Aparri alliance to send Sarah to the jury. 
7 "Mad Treasure Hunt" Recap 2.4/7[26] April 9, 2014 9.62[26]

After Tribal Council, Spencer expressed his resentment towards Kass for voting against their alliance, though Kass remained pleased with her decision. The next day, tension grew after Kass called Morgan out for being lazy and spending all day laying in the shelter instead of contributing around camp.

  • Reward challenge: Divided into two teams of five, the castaways would jump off a platform into the water and navigate a teeter-totter and balance beam. Once on land, the teams would untie knots on a treasure chest and then carry it to a tower, climb up the tower individually and pull the chest up. Two members from each team would then solve a puzzle. The first team to solve the puzzle would be taken to an Outback Steakhouse and enjoy a feast including steak, baked potatoes, and s'mores.

The team of Jefra, Jeremiah, LJ, Morgan, and Spencer won the reward challenge. During their reward, Spencer found a clue to a hidden immunity idol in his napkin and slipped it into his pocket without anyone noticing. Back at camp, Spencer went off in the rain to read his clue and look for the idol, only to be followed by Woo. After the two met up and Spencer began walking away, Woo picked up the pants Spencer had left behind and discovered his idol clue when it fell out of the pants. Woo ran back to camp with the clue and informed everyone about Spencer's discovery, prompting everyone to begin searching for the idol. Eventually, Spencer found the idol when Kass—who was supposed to be watching him—briefly turned her back. Upon reading the sheet of parchment that came with the idol, Spencer learned that it was not the idol with "different powers" mentioned in the merge feast announcement.

  • Immunity challenge: Castaways would stand on a wooden frame, balancing a block between their head and the top of the frame without the assistance of their hands. The last contestant with their block remaining would win immunity.
After approximately an hour and a half, Spencer outlasted Tasha to win immunity. Back at camp, Spencer attempted to convince Kass to flip back over to their alliance and vote out Tony. The new Solana alliance planned to target Morgan, feeling that she was too lazy around camp and if anyone had found an idol, they would not give it to her. At Tribal Council, Jeff made note of Kass' unpredictability, leading to both alliances feeling uneasy. In the end, Kass stuck with her new alliance and Morgan was voted out. 
8 "Bag of Tricks" April 16, 2014
9 "Sitting In My Spy Shack" April 23, 2014

Voting history

Voting history
Original tribes Switched tribes Merged tribe
Episode # 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
Day # 3 6 8 11 14 16 19 22 25
Eliminated David Garrett Tie2 Brice J'Tia Cliff Lindsey Alexis Sarah Morgan LJ
Votes 4–2 3–2 2–2–2 3–0–0 3–1 4–3 None4 6–1 6–5 6–4 5–3-1
Castaway Votes
Jefra Brice Brice Cliff Sarah Morgan Jeremiah
Jeremiah Morgan Brice Alexis Jefra Tony LJ
Kass J'Tia Garrett J'Tia Alexis Sarah Morgan Jeremiah
Spencer David J'Tia J'Tia Alexis Jefra Tony LJ
Tasha David Garrett J'Tia Alexis Jefra Tony LJ
Tony Cliff Sarah Morgan LJ
Trish Cliff Sarah Morgan Jeremiah
Woo LJ Sarah Morgan LJ
LJ Morgan Brice Cliff Sarah Morgan Spencer
Morgan Alexis None3 Alexis Jefra Tony
Sarah Alexis Jefra
Alexis Brice None3 Jeremiah
Lindsey LJ
Cliff LJ
J'Tia David Garrett Spencer
Brice Alexis None3
Garrett David J'Tia
David J'Tia

^2 The first Tribal Council vote resulted in a tie. Per the rules, a second vote was held where the castaways involved in the tie would not vote and the remaining castaways could only vote for those who tied.
^3 This castaway was unable to vote due to being tied for most votes in the initial ballot.
^4 No vote: Lindsey chose to quit the game.


Survivor: Cagayan's premiere episode on February 26, 2014, drew in 9.8 million viewers and a 2.4 rating. Viewership was up substantially from the 8.9 million viewers of the premiere for Survivor: Caramoan, the previous winter premiere, which was the series' weakest.[27] However, the 18-49 rating was on par with Caramoan's 2.4 rating.[14]

In its third episode, Survivor: Cagayan gained higher ratings and brought in more viewers in the 18–49 adult demographic than time-slot rival American Idol for the first time in the series' history; the episode put up 2.5/8 ratings share with 9.86 million viewers, while Idol received a ratings share of 2.4/8 and had 9.57 million viewers.[28] This trend continued the following episode as well, this time with a rating three-tenths of a point higher than Idol.[29]


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