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#801 : La proie du désert (2/2)

 

Catherine et Greg partent à la recherche de Sara, qui a été kidnappée par le tueur aux miniatures. Celui-ci l'a emmenée dans le désert, où il l'a laissée sous une voiture. Si ses collègues ne la retrouvent pas rapidement, elle risque de mourir. Par ailleurs, le psychiatre estime que Natalie a subi un choc psychologique important. Sofia est cependant bien décidée à rassembler toutes les preuves nécessaires pour mener le tueur en prison. Les Experts sont lancés dans une véritable course contre la mort pour sauver leur collègue et amie. Tiendra-t-elle assez longtemps, immobilisée dans le désert ? 

 

Note : Louise Lombard n'apparaît pas dans le générique, contrairement à Jorja Fox et Wallace Langham. 

Titre VO
Dead Doll - Part2

Titre VF
La proie du désert (2/2)

Première diffusion
27.09.2007

Extrait VO - Nick & Sofia retrouvent Sara
Extrait VO - Nick & Sofia retrouvent Sara

  

Plus de détails

Écrit par : Naren Shankar, Allen MacDonald & Dustin Lee Abraham 
Réalisé par : Kenneth Fink 

Avec : Louise Lombard (Sofia Curtis), Larry Mitchell (Officer Mitchell) 

Guests :

  • Jessica Collins ..... Natalie Davis
  • Zach Grenier ..... Docteur Kachler
  • Larry Hankin ..... Zapata Childs
  • Patrick Renna ..... Security Guard
  • Ben Skorstad ..... Chopper Pilot
  • Jeffrey D. Stevens ..... Paramedic #1
  • John Everlove ..... Paramedic #2
  • M. Evan Jensen ..... Medi-Vac Pilot
  • Gina Cancelliere ..... Elle-même

(From the hallway, camera ZOOMS IN close to Natalie as she works.) 

CATHERINE:  (v.o.)  Previously on CSI ...



VARIOUS CUTS OF: 

(She snips the head off a doll.) 

(She hits the door of a red toy car with a hammer.) 

(She looks at the dents in the toy car with a critical eye.)

GRISSOM:  (v.o.) Her name is Natalie Davis.  She works for our janitorial
service.



[INT. CSI – HALLWAY – NIGHT]

(Natalie Davis pushes her janitor’s cart through the hallway.  She has a
cardboard box on it and looks around to make sure no one’s watching her.) 



[INT. CSI – LAYOUT ROOM – NIGHT]

(Grissom meets with Catherine, Nick, Warrick and Greg.) 

GRISSOM:  This girl holds me responsible for the death of Ernie Dell. 

(They look at crime scene photos.) 

(At a particular crime scene, Grissom remembers reaching out and touching Sara.) 

GRISSOM:  I took away the only person she ever loved so she's going to do the
same thing to me.



[INT. PARKING GARAGE – NIGHT]

ON NATALIE   NATALIE DAVIS:  Sara?



[INT. CSI – GRISSOM’S OFFICE]

(Natalie pushes her cart into Grissom’s office.  She closes the door.) 



[GRISSOM]

(Grissom finds the miniature.  He picks up the red car and finds a miniature
SARA SIDLE under it.)



[INT. PD – INTERVIEW ROOM]

(Grissom shakes Natalie.) 

GRISSOM:  (shouts)  Stop this!  Tell me where Sara is!

FADE OUT.
END OF PREVIOUSLY ON



FADE IN: 

[EXT. DESERT – NIGHT]

(It’s dark and raining.  The overturned red Mustang is smashed and damaged.  We
move closer to the car.)

(Sara’s arm is sticking out from under the car.  The rainwater pools and flows
down toward the car – under it.) 

(Sara’s hand isn’t moving.  The rain continues to fall.  Thunder rumbles in the
background.)

(Under the car, Sara’s eyes are open, her forehead bloodied.)



[EXT. LAS VEGAS CITY LIGHTS (STOCK) – NIGHT]

(It rains in Las Vegas.  Thunder rumbles, lightning flashes.  It doesn’t look
like it’s going to stop raining soon.) 



[INT. PARKING GARAGE – NIGHT]

DISPATCH:  (over radio)  All units, 444 in progress.  Still no response from C-
27.  WFA, five foot-nine, 120, brown-green.  Last known location:  parking
structure at Imperial and Las Vegas Boulevard.

(The area where Sara’s car is found is taped off.  The back hood of the car is
wide open.  Officers are at the scene looking around for evidence.  Rain pelts
down outside the structure, but the inside is wet – the concrete floor is wet
and water drips from the ceiling.)

(Greg and Catherine talk with the parking structure security guard as they look
up at the nearby camera.) 

GREG:  There are two cameras on each level.  This eye has the best view of
Sara's car.

CATHERINE:  Great.  Now if we could just see what it saw.  (to the security
guard)  Where are the damn tapes?

SECURITY GUARD:  Like I've been telling everyone, this is a strip mall, not a
casino.  The feeds go off-site.  My boss is bringing it right now.

CATHERINE:  You recognize this woman?

(Catherine shows him Natalie Davis’s photo.) 

SECURITY GUARD:  No. 

CATHERINE:  What about her?

(She shows him Sara’s photo.) 

SECURITY GUARD:  Yeah, she ... uh ... she eats at the veggie place downstairs a
couple times a week.

CATHERINE:  When was she here tonight?

SECURITY GUARD:  I don't know, like 7:30, maybe.  That's when she usually comes. 

GREG:  That gives us a time frame.  I'll take care of the tapes.

(Greg leaves with the security guard.) 

(Catherine takes out her flashlight and looks around the area.  It’s been
raining for a while now, the water runs down the concrete.) 

CUT TO: 



[INT. NATALIE’S APARTMENT – NIGHT] 

(CLOSE UP of various porcelain dolls.) 

(Warrick stands in the center of Natalie’s workstation as he looks around.)

(Nick walks in and looks around the room.) 

(In the workstation, Warrick notes the various electrical equipment all within
arm’s reach, bottles of supplies and parts.  The main concentration of light is
set up above the workstation.) 

(Warrick picks up a sketchpad and flips through the pages of random sketches.) 

WARRICK:  A lot of desert landscape drawings.

NICK:  The whole city's a desert.  Could be anywhere.

(Nick picks up another sketchpad and looks through it.  It’s filled with various
sketches of Grissom and Sara at a crime scene.) 

NICK:  Warrick, take a look at this.

(He shows the sketch of Grissom and Sara to Warrick.) 

NICK:  In those photos of Natalie observing Grissom and Sara at the crime scene,
I never remember a sketchpad or a camera in her hand or anything like that.

WARRICK:  You saying she drew this from memory?

NICK:  Well, maybe she's eidetic.  You know, a human camera.  The eyes snap a
photo, scan it to the brain.

WARRICK:  Great.  Sara's location is probably locked away inside of her head.

INTERCUT WITH: 



[INT. PD – INTERVIEW ROOM – NIGHT]

(EXTREME BLUR and SLOWLY REFOCUS into NATALIE.  She appears catatonic and stares
out in front of her, barely moving.  She whispers random, inaudible words.  Her
mind is gone.) 

CUE SOUND:  (PRE-LAP) CELL PHONE RINGS



[INT. NATALIE’S APARTMENT – NIGHT] 

(Warrick answers his phone.) 

WARRICK:  (to phone)  Brown.  (pause)  Great.  I'll take it.  Keep it there.

(He hangs up and looks at Nick.) 

WARRICK:  They found Natalie's car on Fremont Street.

(Warrick heads out.) 

NICK:  All right, go ahead.  I'm not leaving here till I find something.

(Nick looks around.) 

CUT TO: 



[INT. PD – HALLWAY OUTSIDE INTERVIEW ROOM – NIGHT]

(An officer escorts Natalie out of the room.  They turn the corner and head out
of frame.) 

(In the foreground, RE-FOCUS on Grissom, who is watching them.  He turns to
listen to Brass.) 

BRASS:  I just got off the horn with Search and Rescue.  We have three choppers
in the air with night vision and IR.  Now, the weather's getting cooler, so a
warm body will be easier to find.

GRISSOM:  If Sara's under the car, the metal will conceal her.

BRASS:  (hopeful)  Maybe she got out.

(Grissom doesn’t say anything.  He looks beyond Brass at the television
monitor.) 

REPORTER:  (on TV)  They've just issued a severe weather alert for north Las
Vegas, so let's go right to Gina for the latest on these thunderstorms.

(Grissom steps closer to the monitor to hear the report.) 

GINA:  Three thunderstorms are converging and heading right for us.  So, up to
three inches of rain.  They're expected to hit in the next eight hours.  Flash-
flood warnings have been issued for the city and surrounding desert areas.

(We hold on Grissom.  This is not good.) 

CUT TO: 



CLOSE ON:  A FLASK OF WATER

(Grissom makes his way through the hallway on his way to the layout room.) 



[INT. CSI – LAYOUT ROOM – NIGHT]

(He stops in front of the desert scene, then pours the water near the toy
Mustang.  The water floods under the car, the Sara doll face-down in the pool of
water.) 



[EXT. DESERT – NIGHT]

(The rainwater flows down the sand.)

(Sara is under the car, conscious and breathing hard.  She keeps her head lifted
above the water as much as she can, but can’t move very far as her arm is caught
under the overturned car.) 

(We linger on Sara’s hand, clutching the sand under the layer of rainwater.) 



[CU:  DIORAMA]

(The miniature Sara’s hand opens and closes under the layer of water.) 

(Then, it stops.) 

(We hold on Grissom.) 

SMASH CUT TO
END OF TEASER
ROLL TITLE CREDITS

(COMMERCIAL SET) 



FADE IN: 

[EXT. DESERT – NIGHT]

(Thunder rumbles.  It continues to rain heavily on the overturned Mustang. 
Sara’s arm moves back and forth as she struggles to free herself.) 

(She tugs and pulls, trying to get her arm out from under the car.)



[INT. CSI – GARAGE – NIGHT]

(Grissom scrapes the front of Natalie’s car.  He finds a seed sample and puts it
in a container.) 

(Warrick is hooking up the car’s GPS computer.) 



[INT. NATALIE’S APARTMENT – NIGHT]

(Nick sits at Natalie’s desk and is looking through her laptop.  He’s checking
off the RECENT ROUTES off a website. 
     RED ROCK CANYON (19 MILES)
     SUNRISE MOUNTAIN (24 MILES)
     LAKE MEAD (26 MILES)
     LAS VEGAS DUNES (28 MILES)
     SPRING MOUNTAIN (29 MILES)
     LEE CANYON (31 MILES)
     CATHEDRAL ROCK (33 MILES)
     RAINBOW MOUNTAIN (57 MILES)
     LOWELL CANYON (54 MILES)

(He’s checking the distances from Natalie’s apartment to the various sites.) 

(He picks up his cell phone and dials.) 

INTERCUT WITH: 



[INT. CSI – GARAGE – NIGHT]

(Both Grissom and Warrick are going over Natalie’s car.  Grissom’s phone rings.) 

GRISSOM:  (to phone)  What do you know, Nick?

NICK:  Compassroute.com.  Natalie's been spending a lot of time in the desert. 
About a dozen different spots, all off the beaten path.  No roads, just general
locations.

GRISSOM:  (to phone)  Hang on.

(Grissom turns to Warrick.) 

GRISSOM: Warrick, how far was the last trip?

WARRICK:  Give me a second, I'm getting it right now. 

(He turns the SOLUS PRO SCANNER on.  It beeps and calibrates the distance: 
34.2.) 

WARRICK:  Thirty-four miles, one way.

GRISSOM:  (to phone)  Nick, get all those locations to Brass.  Tell him to focus
his search on any destination within 34 miles.

NICK:  (from phone)  Done.

(Grissom closes his phone.) 

INSERT:  FLASHBACK  (Scene from 2X05: Scuba Doobie-Doo)

(Sara reaches out and wipes his cheek.  He looks at her.) 

END FLASHBACK.

(Hold on Grissom.) 

CUT TO: 



[INT. PD – INTERVIEW ROOM – NIGHT]

(Dr. Krachler checks Natalie’s head.  He runs his fingertips around the top of
Natalie’s head and down her cheeks to stop under her chin.  Natalie doesn’t
move.) 

(Hodges walks in.)

(Sofia fills him in.) 

SOFIA:  She has wounds on her scalp.  Swab for DNA and trace.  No scumbag
defense attorney is going to make their reputation setting her free.

(Hodges puts his kit down and gets his supplies ready.)

DR. KACHLER:  A blow to the head can cause many things -- memory toss ...
delirium ... dementia.

(Dr. Kachler leans forward and looks at Natalie’s eyes.) 

DR. KACHLER:  But not psychosis.

(Hodges turns around and reaches out to check Natalie’s head wound for
evidence.) 

NATALIE:  (whispers)  They wouldn't understand.

(Hodges stops, spooked.) 

HODGES:  She said something.

DR. KACHLER:  She's not talking to you ... or anyone else here.

(Hodges goes ahead and takes a swab of the wound.) 

DR. KACHLER:  This patient is exhibiting all the signs of a psychotic break: 
delusions, hallucinations, disorganized thought.

SOFIA:  How long is she going to be like this?

DR. KACHLER:  Days.  Months.  Any longer, we're looking at schizophrenia.

(Hodges picks up Natalie’s hand to scrape under her nails.) 

(Natalie whispers something.  Hodges stops and looks at her.) 

NATALIE: (whispers)  I promise. 

(Natalie looks at Hodges.) 

NATALIE: (whispers)  Your special girl.

(Hodges is spooked.  He goes back to getting the evidence.) 

SOUND:  (PRE-LAP)  THUNDER

CUT TO: 



[INT. PARKING GARAGE – NIGHT]

(Thunder rumbles.  It continues to rain as Catherine looks around Sara’s car. 
The trunk is wide open.  Still behind the car, Catherine crouches and looks
under the back bumper.  She finds a something stuck in the tire grooves.) 

(She reaches down and pulls it out.) 

OFFICER MITCHELL:  Did you find something?

CATHERINE:  Taser barb.  It doesn't tell us where, just how.

(She looks at the sharp needle-like point of the taser barb.) 

SOUND:  (PRE-LAP)  CELL PHONE RINGING



[INT. PARKING GARAGE ELEVATOR – NIGHT – FLASHBACK] 

(Sara answers her phone.) 

SARA:  (to phone)  Hello, Gilbert.

GRISSOM:  (from phone)  Hey, we got an ID on the miniature killer.  Her name is
Natalie Davis. 

(The elevator stops, the bell dings and the doors open.  Sara picks up her kit
and heads out.) 

SARA:  (to phone)  One of Ernie Dell's fosters?

(Sara heads for her car.) 

GRISSOM:  (from phone)  Yeah.  Catherine and I just spoke to the biological
father.  He says he put Natalie up for adoption after she shoved her kid sister
out of a tree house.

SARA:  (to phone)  Does he know where she is now?

GRISSOM:  (from phone)  No, but with a name, it's just a matter of time.

SARA:  (to phone)  All right, I'll be right there.  I'll meet you at the lab.

(Sara closes her phone as she reaches her car.)

(The car alarm beeps off and she opens the trunk to put her kit down inside.) 

(Behind her, Natalie stands up.) 

NATALIE:  Sara?

(Sara turns.  Natalie raises the taser gun and fires.  The barb hits Sara in the
chest and we hear the electrical crackling sounds.  Sara gasps and falls to the
ground.  Her body shakes and she grunts.)

(Natalie walks over to her.) 

WHITE FLASH TO: 



[INT. CSI – A/V LAB – NIGHT]

[CU: MONITOR]

(Natalie drags Sara’s unconscious body along the garage floor.) 

(Grissom watches the security footage.  The computer beeps.)

(On the monitor, Natalie drives away.) 

(The computer beeps.  Another security view appears for LEVEL 2, CAMERA 26. 
Natalie’s car appears on screen and passes by.  The date on the cameras is for
05/18/07.) 

(PULL BACK on the monitor to show various cameras on screen.  Natalie’s car is
picked up by another security camera as it leaves the parking garage.) 

(Both Grissom and Greg are reviewing the security footage.  They note the
direction the car takes.  Greg enhances the sign:  IMPERIAL BOULEVARD.) 

GREG:  She went west on Imperial.

(Grissom takes his phone out.  Greg enhances the car license plate:  623 EYO.) 

GRISSOM:  (to phone)  Jim.  Restrict your search to targets in the western
desert.

(Both Grissom and Greg leave the room.  We linger on the car license plate still
on the monitor.) 

SOUNDS:  (PRE-LAP)  RAIN

CUT TO: 



[EXT. CAR (MOVING) – NIGHT -- FLASHBACK]

CU:  CAR TAIL LIGHT



[INT. CAR (MOVING) – NIGHT]

(Sara’s eyes open.  Her face is cast in the reddish hue from the car rear
lights.  She wakes up and gets her bearings.  Her wrists are bound behind her
back with plastic ties.  She struggles against her bindings for a moment.) 

(She looks out in front of  her and sees the trunk latch.  Just below it are the
picture instructions for popping the trunk from the inside.) 

(Sara looks around inside the trunk.) 



[EXT. CAR (MOVING) – NIGHT]

(Natalie is driving with single-minded determinedness.  She stares at the road
in front of her, barely blinking as she drives.) 



[INT. CAR (MOVING) – TRUNK]

(The taser barb is stuck in Sara’s vest.  She grabs it with her teeth and pulls
it out of her vest.  She spits it behind her, near her hands.  She picks it up
with her bound hands.) 



[INT. FRONT]

(Natalie continues to drive.) 



[INT. CAR (MOVING) – TRUNK]

(Sara uses the needle-sharp point to pop open the plastic tie.  Her hands are
free.) 



[INT. FRONT]

(Natalie drives.) 

(The light on her dashboard panel – the one indicating the trunk is open – glows
red.) 



[CU:  SARA]

(Sara opens the trunk and looks outside.  She sees that Natalie is driving
rather fast on the road.  There’s nothing but blackness behind them.) 



[INT. FRONT]

(Natalie drives.  She doesn’t notice the open trunk light on the dashboard.) 



[CU:  SARA]

(Sara has to decide what to do.  They pass the lights of a Nativity display. 
The lights grow dimmer as they move farther away from it.) 



[INT. FRONT]

(Natalie continues to drive.  She still doesn’t notice the light on her
dashboard.)



[CU:  SARA]

(Sara closes the trunk.) 



[CU:  DASHBOARD]

(The light on the dashboard turns off.) 



[EXT. CAR – NIGHT]

(The car turns into a dirt road.) 



[CU:  SARA]

(In the trunk, Sara has to decide what to do.  She looks at the car speakers. 
She reaches up and unscrews the speaker.  She removes the speaker and sees a
tear in the material.) 



[INT. FRONT]

(Natalie continues to drive.) 



[INT. CAR (MOVING) – TRUNK]

(Sara looks out through the tear in the plastic .  She sees Natalie driving.) 

(Sara reaches out through the tear in the plastic and grabs a hold of the switch
to lower the back seat.  She pushes the back seat down and gets out of the
trunk.) 

(Natalie turns and notices the movement behind her.  Sara jumps Natalie,
grabbing her from behind.) 

(The car turns wildly in the dirt parking area as the two women struggle.) 

(Natalie pushes Sara’s hold off her.  Sara hits the back seat window.) 

(The car swerves.) 

(Natalie regains control of the car.) 

(Inside, Sara grabs Natalie’s hair.  Again, Natalie pushes Sara off her.) 

(The car makes a wide turn on the dirt road, smashing into a pile of dirt and
stray rocks.)

(Sara smashes Natalie’s head through the driver’s side window, shattering the
glass.) 

(The car turns.  Sara opens the back door and jumps out.  She rolls and falls
awkwardly on her arm.) 

(Natalie stops the car and brings the car around.) 

(Sara’s vision is blurry and her face bloodied.  She turns and sees Natalie’s
car pulled up in front of her.) 

(Natalie kneels down in front of Sara and looks at her with the same unblinking
gaze.) 

ABRUPT CUT TO: 



[EXT. DESERT – NIGHT – PRESENT]

(Sara is under the car, the water rising from the rain.  She grunts as she
struggles to free her arm trapped under the car.) 

(She pulls and pulls and pulls.) 

(She moves her foot.  She looks around the car, then yanks.)

SNAP!

(Her bone snaps.  Sara screams from the pain.  Her arm is still caught.) 

(Sara cries.)

FADE OUT.

(COMMERCIAL SET) 



FADE IN: 

[INT. CSI -- LOUNGE] 

(The news report continues.) 

GAIL (WEATHER GIRL):  Rain over our dry desert has really caused a lot of
problems; one of the biggest storms we've seen over the past few years.

(Various images are displayed on screen.) 

GAIL (WEATHER GIRL):  Mudslides are already a big problem for the valley and
most areas will be evacuated, especially low-lying areas, so stay tuned.

(A small group of techs gather to watch the report.) 

(Out in the hallway, Hodges hurries.  He’s flipping through a book, looking for
something.) 

(He finds it, turns and hurries back to his lab.) 



[INT. CSI – TRACE LAB – CONTINUING]

(Hodges has a specimen slide on the table.  He puts the book down and picks up
the slide.  He puts the slide in the scope.) 

(We look past Hodges.  In the garage, Warrick works on Natalie’s car.) 



[INT. CSI – GARAGE – CONTINUING]

(Warrick climbs into the back seat and peers over the seats into the front.  He
sees the shattered driver’s glass and finds some blood on it.) 

(He thinks about it, then continues looking at the back seat.  He sees the hole
in the plastic covering the speakers.  He pulls open the back seat to look
inside the trunk.)

(He finds the speaker removed.  He sticks his arm into the trunk and pops it out
through the hole in the plastic.) 



[SCOPE VIEW:  POLLEN]

(Hodges looks at the pollen under the scope and finds it in the book.  He also
notes the area where the pollen is found.) 

(He picks up the book and looks at the map he has spread out on the table.  He
marks the area with an orange 4 and colors in the area.) 

(He looks at the map and notes the various different colors and numbers – 1 in
red, 2 in green, 3 in blue – all in a certain area.  The orange area is removed
from the others.) 

(He puts the pen down and walks away as he thinks.)

(Lightning flashes.) 

(As the CAMERA REFOCUSES onto the CRIME SOLVE SCOREBOARD, the reflection off the
outside windows shows rain running down the glass.  In short, it’s raining hard
outside.) 

(Hodges has put a slide under the scope and looks at it.) 



[INT. CSI – GARAGE – CONTINUING]

(Warrick finds the plastic tie in the trunk.  He takes it out and looks at it.) 

WARRICK:  Grissom.

(Grissom walks over.) 

WARRICK:  A zip-tie ... unlocked.  I think Sara got out of this trunk.  The
speaker's completely ripped out from the inside.  She could have reached through
and released the backseat.  And there's blood on the glass.  There could have
been a struggle.

GRISSOM:  Yeah, but none of that's going to tell us where she is.  We need a
store receipt or a parking stub, something with a location on it.

WARRICK:  If she got out of this car, she might not even be in the desert.  We
might be completely off base here.

GRISSOM:  No.  Natalie completed the miniature.  I saw it in her eyes.  Sara is
under that car.

(Hodges walks in.) 

HODGES:  Pollen spores off the bumper and Natalie's head both overlap in Red
Rock Canyon.

(Grissom heads over to Hodges.) 

GRISSOM:  Did you notify S & R?

HODGES:  Yeah, they're already on it.

(Warrick looks at the plastic tie.) 

CUT TO: 



[INT. CAR – NIGHT -- FLASHBACK] 

(Sara is back in the car in the back seat.  Her wrists are tied again and she’s
unconscious as the car engine idles.)

(Natalie has a water bottle and pours some water in Sara’s mouth, forcing her to
drink.  Sara coughs as she regains consciousness.) 

(Natalie drops the water bottle and gets back into the front seat.) 

(The car is moving again.) 

(Sara looks at Natalie.) 

SARA:  Natalie.

(Natalie looks back through the rear-view mirrors.) 

SARA:  Natalie Davis.  I know who you are.  I know a lot about you.  You make
miniatures.  I've seen you before, right?  You work in the lab on the cleaning
crew.

(Natalie doesn’t answer her.) 

SARA:  So sorry about hitting you back there.  I guess, uh ... I have a fear of
trunks.  In my business, you only find one thing in them. 

(Natalie still doesn’t respond.)

SARA:  We actually have a lot in common, you know?  I was a foster kid, too.

(That catches Natalie’s attention.  In the rear-view mirror, her eyes shift back
to look at Sara.) 

SARA:  Happy, happy, joy, joy.  I do know what it's like to be alone ... afraid
that nobody's ever going to be there for you.

NATALIE:  (whispers)  Ernie was.

SARA:  (slurs)  Yes, he was.  That's true, Natalie.  I lost my father, too.  I
know that Ernie loved you.  He would not have wanted you to do this.

NATALIE:  (whispers)  Ernie loved me more than Grissom could ever love you.

SARA:  Grissom?

(Sara is nodding off.) 

SARA:  (slurs)  Oh, I know what this is about.  Natalie.  What did you put in
the water, Natalie?

SARA’S POV

(Her vision is hazy.  Natalie turns and looks back at her.) 

SARA:  Huh?

(Sara loses consciousness.) 

(Natalie turns her attention back to driving.) 

CUT TO: 



[EXT. DESERT – NIGHT -- FLASHBACK] 

(A BLURRY IMAGE.  FOCUS on Sara as she wakes up.  She lifts her head.)

SARA:  Natalie?

(We hear the creaking sound of heavy metal being moved.  Sara looks around.) 

SARA:  Natalie, what are you doing?

(Our vision of Sara is obscured as the red Mustang is lowered on her.  Sara is
groggy.) 

SARA:  Natalie ... what are you doing?

(Sara’s arm is out in front of her.  The car is being lowered onto her arm.) 

(Natalie stands on the side and watches.) 

SARA:  No, no, no! 

(She grunts and screams as the car is lowered onto her arm.) 

(Natalie smiles.) 

SARA:  Don't do this.

(Natalie turns and heads back to her car.) 

SARA:  Natalie?

(She ignores Sara and continues walking.) 

SARA:  Natalie.

(Off screen, a car door shuts.) 

SARA:  (shouts)  Natalie!

(Natalie drives away, leaving Sara under the car in the desert.) 

(The wind blows.  Sara is conscious and looks around.  Her arm is pinned under
the car.) 

(Lightning flashes.) 

(It’s dark.  Thunder rumbles in the distance.  Sara lifts her head and looks
around.  She can see outside a little through the broken window glass.) 

(A coyote howls in the distance.) 

(She looks up and sees a coyote approaching.  This isn’t good.  The coyote
growls low in its throat.  Sara is quiet as she listens.  The coyote sniffs
around, stops, then growls.) 

(The coyote sniffs and comes very close to her arm pinned under the car.  The
coyote paws at the dirt near her arm and growls.) 

(Thunder rumbles.)

(The coyote turns and leaves.) 

(Sara gasps and tries to look outside.)

(It starts to rain.  Heavily.) 

FLASH TO: 



[EXT. DESERT – NIGHT – PRESENT]

(Sara is still under the car, and the water has risen considerably.  She keeps
her head stretched up as high as she can, trying to keep it above the water.) 

(The rainwater continues to flow down toward the car, and there appears to be no
sign of it letting up soon.) 

(Sara tugs at her arm and takes deep heaving breaths of air.  She grunts from
the pain and just tries to stay alive.)

CUT TO: 



[INT. NATALIE’S APARTMENT – DAY]

(Nick is walking through the apartment, looking for anything to help find Sara. 
He reaches the bedroom and looks around.  The windows are covered with sheets of
paper to keep the light out.)

(Nick looks around.  He turns and kicks the bed in frustration.) 

(He sits down on the bed and tries to get a hold of himself.) 

SARA:  (v.o.)  You think she's alive. 

INSERT:  FLASHBACK (Scene from 6X05: Gum Drops)

(Sara talks with Nick.) 

SARA:  You're acting like you're going to rescue a person, not recover a body,
and on this job that's just not usually the case.

(Nick looks up at her and shrugs simply.) 

NICK:  I was rescued.

SARA:  It was not your day to die.  When it's your day, it's your day, you know?

END FLASHBACK.

(Nick looks around the small bedroom.  Taped to the walls are pieces of paper
with various sketches.)

(Nick gets up and walks over to the wall for a better look.  The sketches are
all of SARA.  With tears in his eyes, he grimaces, biting down hard on the surge
of emotions.) 

(He stops and looks away for a moment.  Something catches his eyes:  a phone
number written down on the bottom of one of the sketches.) 

     DESERT DIAMOND
     AUTO YARD
     (702) 555-0739

(Nick shines his flashlight on the name and number.  It seems familiar.)

(He goes to the file and checks something.) 

(On one of the info sheets, he finds it.  The TOTALED 2007 FORD MUSTANG was
SALVAGED TO DEALER in APRIL.  The dealer was: 
     DESERT DIAMOND AUTO YARD
     8824 SANDY CREEK ROAD

CUT TO: 



[INT. CAR (MOVING) – DAY]

(Brass is driving as he arrives at the DESERT DIAMOND AUTO YARD.  He drives all
the way in and stops the car.) 



[EXT. DESERT DIAMOND AUTO YARD – DAY]

(He gets out of the car and shows his badge to ZAPATA CHILDS.) 

BRASS:  Hey, buddy.  I'm in a hurry. 

(Brass shows him Natalie’s photo.) 

BRASS:  This girl bought a red Mustang off our impound lot.

ZAPATA CHILDS:  Yeah, couple of, couple of weeks ago, right, for, for art.

BRASS:  Who the hell is Art?

ZAPATA CHILDS:  No, she's an artist.  She thinks all this stuff is art.

BRASS:  Yeah, where'd you take it?

ZAPATA CHILDS:  (shrugs)  I don't know.  It was dark, I followed the taillights.

BRASS:  Wait a minute, you towed a 3,500-pound car, you can't remember where you
took it?

ZAPATA CHILDS:  Well, w-what's going on?

BRASS:  Look, you towed a car for a serial killer.  That makes you an
accomplice.  (earnestly)  You helped abduct one of my people.  Now, you either
tell me where you took it or you're going to end up in the hospital and after
that you're going to end up in jail.

(Zapata Childs thinks.) 

BRASS:  What is it?  Come on, focus.

ZAPATA CHILDS:  Um ... Ice Box Canyon.

BRASS:  All right, h-hey, look, look. 

(Brass closes the hood of the car next to them.  He takes out a map.) 

BRASS:  Look, this is a map.  Show me on the map.

(Brass puts the map down on the hood of the car.)

CUT TO: 



[EXT. DESERT (ICE BOX CANYON) – DAY]

(A line of officer cars weave through the barely visible dirt road.  Sirens
blare.)

(A helicopter flies low just above the line of cars.) 

(Greg is up in the helicopter.  He looks around the area.  He uses the
binoculars and sees something.) 

GREG:  (to pilot)  To the left.  Down there.

(The overturned red Mustang comes into view.) 

GREG:  That's it!  That's the car.

PILOT:  (to radio)  Control, Air Three.  We are 20 miles west of the 159, near
Ice Box Canyon.  Red-colored vehicle spotted.

(Greg looks at the car.  It appears to be partially covered by dirt and dried
mud.) 

PILOT:  (to radio)  Fits the description.



(The line of cars head for the Mustang.  The CSIs’ SUV is in the lead.  Grissom
parks the car.  He and Nick run out to check the Mustang.) 

(They reach the car and find that it’s partially buried under the dirt.) 

GRISSOM:  Sara! 

(Grissom and Nick start to dig, pushing away the dirt with their bare hands.) 

GRISSOM:  Sara!

(They dig and they dig.) 

(Suddenly, Nick stops.  He pulls out Sara’s black CSI vest.  Grissom stops and
looks.  They check the name on the vest:  SIDLE.) 

(Grissom and Nick look at each other.) 

FADE OUT.

(COMMERCIAL SET) 



FADE IN: 

[EXT. DESERT (ICE BOX CANYON) -- DAY] 

(Officer cars are parked around the area.  Everyone is scouring the grounds for
evidence and clues.  Nick digs around the area as the Mustang is towed up onto a
truck.) 

(Catherine runs toward them.) 

CATHEREINE:  Nick!

NICK:  She's not here.

(Nick continues to dig.) 

CATHERINE:  Okay, that's good news.

(Sofia shouts to them.) 

SOFIA:  Guys!  Park rangers said there's some roads on the other side of this
basin.  We're going to go scout them.

(Sofia turns and starts running.) 

NICK:  (o.s.)  All right, I'm going with her.

(Grissom looks out in front of him.) 

GRISSOM:  Catherine!  I got shoe prints.

(Grissom is looking at a trail leading away from the site.  The prints go out. 
There’s nothing but more desert out there.) 

(He steps away from the site a little.  Catherine runs and catches up with him. 
Grissom uses the binoculars and looks out at the desert, hoping to catch sight
of her.) 

CATHERINE:  If there are shoe prints, that means she got out from under the car.

(As Grissom looks out at the desert, Catherine gives instructions to the
officers.) 

CATHERINE:  Everybody listen up.  We're searching on foot.

(Grissom heads out.) 

(The red Mustang is up on the back of the tow truck.) 

FLASH TO: 



[EXT. DESERT – NIGHT – FLASHBACK] 

(Sara is trying to keep her head above the rapidly rising water.  Outside, the
rain shows no sign of abating.  She takes a deep breath and goes under the
water.  She looks around, sees something and pushes the sand away.)

(She goes up for more air.  She takes a couple of deep gasping breaths, looking
at the inside over the overturned car.) 

(She reaches down, feeling for the rear view mirror.  She continues to take
several more deep breaths as the water level continues to rise.  She breaks off
the rear view mirror and takes a deep breath.)

(She dives under the water again and uses the mirror to hit at the rocks under
the car.) 

(The rocks don’t move.)

(Sara goes up for more air.  She tugs at her arm pinned under the car.  The
rocks under her arm shift and move.  Sara tries again.  She takes a deep breath
and dives under the water.  She hits the rock with the broken mirror.)

(She lifts her head for more air.)

(The car shifts and creaks as it moves.)

(Sara pulls on her arm and it finally comes free.)

(She smiles with success.  She leaves her vest, then swims out from under the
car.  She grunts as she stands up.)

(She looks at the car, then slowly starts walking away.  The rear view mirror is
clutched in her good hand.) 

(We pull back on the OVERTURNED CAR.  It continues to rain down hard on the car
as lightning flashes and thunder rumbles.) 

CUT TO: 



[EXT. DESERT – DAY]

(There is no sound.  The sun is large and white hot in the distance as it rises
up in an arc from the mountains.)

(A lone helicopter flies over the rocky hills.)

(The pilot looks out the window searching for life.  All he sees are rocks, sand
and desert vegetation.) 

(Down below, we move rapidly along the ground.  There’s no sign of Sara.) 

(Greg sits in the helicopter looking around the area through a pair of
binoculars.) 

(There is no sign of Sara.) 

DISSOLVE TO: 



[EXT. DESERT – NOWHERE -- DAY]

(The wind blows a thin veil of dust across the desert.  Sara is walking.  Her
left arm is in a make-shift sling and she clutches the rear view mirror in her
right hand.  She has her shirt wrapped around the top of her head as she
continues to move forward.) 

(Looking down at her feet, Sara concentrates on putting one foot in front of the
other – to keep moving.) 

(She cradles her broken arm in her right hand.) 

(She stops when she sees something on the ground, partially hidden under some
brush.) 

(She slowly kneels down and picks up the item.  It’s a map.  Most noticeable of
it is the large YOU ARE HERE near the Spring Mountain Ranch.) 

(Sara looks around.  To her right is a hill with large rocks.  It’s higher
ground and perhaps she might be able to get her bearings.) 

(She gets to her feet and looks around the area.  She’s exhausted, but she
forces herself to continue.) 

(She walks up the incline as she heads for higher ground.)

VARIOUS DISSOLVES

(Finally, Sara reaches the rock at the top of the hill.  She stands on it and
looks around her.  She sees nothing but desert – as far as the eyes can see in
all directions around her.) 

(This really isn’t looking good.) 

CUT TO: 



[INT. CAR (MOVING) – DAY]

(Sofia is driving as Nick looks out along the desert.  Sofia continues to
drive.) 



[EXT. DESERT – NOWHERE -- DAY]

(Sara slowly makes her way down the hill.  She drags her feet due to her
exhaustion.  She trips and falls down the rest of the hill.)

(She stops, then gets up again.) 

(She keeps moving.) 

(Behind her, her shoe prints leave a distinctive pattern on the dirt – but all
too soon the prints vanish from the desert winds.) 

DISSOLVE TO: 



[EXT. DESERT – DAY]

(Grissom and Catherine are following their shoe-print trail.  Grissom stops and
looks around.  Catherine shakes her head as she looks around as well.) 

CATHERINE:  I'm not seeing any more footprints, are you?

GRISSOM:  No.

CATHERINE:  I think we just lost the trail.

(Other officers are behind them, but Grissom and Catherine are the ones
following the trail.  Stopping where the last prints are, Grissom looks out in
the general direction for any sign of Sara.)

(He finds three rocks stacked one on top the other in the middle of the sand.) 

GRISSOM:  Cath, look.

CATHERINE:  What?

(She takes the binoculars and he points to the rocks.  She sees the stack of
rocks.  She and Grissom run over for a better look.) 

(Catherine and Grissom stop at the short stack of rocks.  She likes it.) 

CATHERINE:  This is better than a footprint.

(Grissom looks around the area for more signs Sara may have left.) 

DISSOLVE TO: 



[EXT. DESERT – NOWHERE – DAY]

(Sara is dragging her feet in the dirt.  She’s tired and can barely walk.  She
reaches down and puts a third rock on two rocks at her feet.)

(She continues walking.) 

FAR SHOT:  The wind blows a thin layer of dust and dirt, obscuring Sara from our
view.

CUT TO: 



[EXT. DESERT – DAY]

(Grissom runs over to another three-rock stack on the ground.  Catherine is
there with him.) 

CATHERINE:  Yeah.

(She looks at the stack.) 

CATHERINE:  Good girl.

(Catherine straightens as she and Grissom look around for more signs.) 

(Grissom uses the binoculars and looks out in front of him.) 

CATHERINE:  You see another one?

(He finds a black shoe and a hand sticking out of the dirt.  That’s definitely a
body.) 

GRISSOM:  Oh, no.

CATHERINE:  What?

(Grissom starts running toward the body.  Catherine runs alongside him.) 

(They reach the body that is buried under the dried-up mud from the rainy
night.) 

(Grissom falls to his knees and starts to dig with his bare hands.  Catherine
moves aside the piece of wood.  She and Grissom uncover a body face down in the
dirt.) 

(They push aside the dirt enough to turn the body over.) 

CATHERINE:  Oh ...

(Grissom and Catherine brush the dirt off the dead man’s face with their
fingers.) 

CATHERINE:  It’s not her.

(We hold on Grissom.)

FADE OUT.

(COMMERCIAL SET) 



FADE IN: 

[EXT. DESERT -- DAY] 

(The police are at the scene as they look at the body.  Grissom and Catherine
are on the side.  Grissom is on the phone with Brass as she looks at the dead
man’s wallet.) 

BRASS:  (from phone)  His name is Matthew Hoffman.  Ranger said he checked in at
a trailhead three days ago.  No one’s seen him since.

GRISSOM:  (to phone)  Okay, thanks.

(Grissom hangs up and looks at Catherine.) 

GRISSOM:  Park Service issued him a camping permit.  He was supposed to hike out
this morning.

CATHERINE:  Must have got caught in the flash flood.  Couldn't make it to higher
ground.

(Grissom looks out at the desert and sighs, his thoughts on Sara.)

GRISSOM:  Where is she, Catherine?  It's 110 degrees.  She's been out here all
day, without water.  She's disoriented, she's ... dehydrated.

CATHERINE:  She's a survivor.

(He looks at her and holds on to that.) 

CUT TO: 



[EXT. DESERT – NOWHERE – DAY]

(The sunlight is blinding, filling the screen with white.  Through the blaze we
hear whispering.) 

SARA:  (weakly)  Just keep going.  Don't stop. 

(Sara appears on screen.  She’s on her feet and still moving.)

SARA:  (weakly)  Don’t stop. 

(Sara continues walking and mutters to herself to keep going.) 

SARA:  (weakly)  Three times four is ... Okay, three times four is 12.

SARA:  (weakly)  Four times five is 20.  Four times six... is 24.

SARA:  (weakly)  Four times four is ... What is it?  Sixteen.  Sixteen.  Four
times five ...

(Sara laughs softly to herself.) 

SARA:  (weakly)  Four times five ...

(She falls to her knees and drops the mirror.) 

SARA:  (weakly)  Four times ... four times five is 20.

(She picks up her mirror and pushes herself back up to her feet.) 

SARA:  (weakly)  Come on.  Four times five is 20.

(She can barely put her feet in front of each other.) 

SARA:  (weakly)  Four times six ... is 24.

(Sara takes a couple of staggering steps, then falls to the ground hard with a
thud.) 

(She pushes herself up.) 

SARA:  (weakly)  Get up.

(She tries to stand up.) 

SARA:  (weakly)  Get up.  Don't sleep.  Don't sleep.

(Sara gets to her feet and continues walking.  But she’s on her last legs.) 

SARA:  (weakly)  Don't sleep ... don't sleep.  Stay awake.  Stay awake.  I ...
just don't sleep.

(She reaches some bushes.  She looks up at the sky.  She keeps moving.) 

(Out in front of her, she sees nothing but desert.  The image blurs.  She can
barely stand on her feet.  Everything is blurry and moving.) 

(Sara drops the mirror.  She falls to her knees and sits down in the sparse
shade cast by the low brush.) 

(She lies down, her head on her outstretched arm.) 

BLUR TO: 



[EXT. DESERT – DAY]

(A car passes by.) 



[INT. CAR (MOVING) – DAY]

(Sofia drives as radio chatter sounds in the car.  Nick looks out the window,
keeping his eyes peeled for any sign of Sara.) 

(In the distance, he sees a bright flash of light.) 

NICK:  Wait, slow down, slow down, slow down.

(Nick looks through the binoculars and sees the quick flash of light again.) 

SOFIA:  What is it?

NICK:  Go that way.

(Sofia turns the car off the road.) 

NICK:  Go.

(She drives in the general direction.) 

(Suddenly, she stops the car.  Nick runs out toward --

NICK:  (shouts)  Sara!

(He falls to his knees and checks for a pulse.) 

NICK:  Sara, it's Nick.  Can you hear me?

(Nick looks at Sofia.) 

NICK:  I can't get a pulse.

SOFIA:  (to radio)  We found Sara.  North on the 159 at Turtlehead Peak.  We
need a medevac out here right now.

(Nick pours the water from his water bottle on her.) 

NICK:  Don't worry, we're going to get you out of here, okay?

(Nick and Sofia pour their water on Sara.) 

(The SEARCH AND RESCUE medevac helicopter arrives at the scene.) 

(They continue to pour their water on her.) 

NICK:  They're coming for you now.

SOFIA:  You're going to be okay, Sara.

(The medic carries his bag and supplies toward them.) 

NICK:  Over here!

(A second SUV pulls up at the scene.) 

(The medic reaches them.) 

MEDIC:  What have you got?

SOFIA:  Female, 35, unconscious.

NICK:  She's been in the sun all day, about fifteen hours.  She's not answering
me at all.

(Grissom and Catherine run out of the SUV.) 

MEDIC:  What's her name?

SOFIA:  Sara. 

MEDIC:  Sara?!  Sara, can you hear me?!

MEDIC 2:  Oxygen ... about 15 liters.

(Catherine and Grissom arrive.) 

CATHERINE:  (to Nick)  How is she? 

MEDIC:  She’s not responding.  (something)

(They put an oxygen mask on her.) 

MEDIC 2:  (Open a gauze.) 

MEDIC:  Give me a large-bore IV prep now.

(Grissom pushes his cap up and rubs his tired eyes.) 

MEDIC 2:  Copy that.

(The medics work on Sara

MEDIC:  (muffled)  IV’s in.  We’ve got to move. 
MEDIC:  Still no radial pulse

(Nick holds the IV bag up.) 

(The medics have Sara on the transport.) 

MEDIC:  Let’s go get on loaded up.  Watch the arm.

MEDIC 2:  On my count.  One, two, three.

(The medics pick up the transport and carry her over to the helicopter.  Nick
holds the IV bag and follows them with Sofia.  Grissom and Catherine follow.) 

MEDIC 2:  Let's go ...

(They reach the helicopter.) 

MEDIC:  You’re secured?  Get that IV pump.

(One medic climbs into the helicopter.  They load Sara in next as the second
medic climbs in after her with the IV bag.) 

CATHERINE:  (shouts)  Where are you taking her?!

MEDIC 2:  Desert Palm!

GRISSOM:  Move over!  I'm going with her!

(Grissom climbs into the helicopter.) 

(They close the helicopter doors.) 

(The helicopter lifts off.) 



[EXT. DESERT – DAY]

(DOWN VIEW of the desert below, the shadow of the helicopter moves across the
screen.) 

PILOT:  (to radio)  Desert Palm, inbound.  Six minute ETA. 



[INT. HELICOPTER (IN FLIGHT) – DAY]

(Grissom sits at Sara’s feet and out of the way as the medics continue to work
on her.) 

PILOT:  (to radio)  Thirty-five-year-old female, obvious heat exposure, obvious
fracture of left radius ulna.

(The pilot’s voice continues over the radio.) 

(Grissom watches Sara.  She still hasn’t opened her eyes.)

CUT TO: 



[INT. POLICE DEPARTMENT – INTERVIEW ROOM – DAY]

(Natalie Davis sits unmoving in her catatonic state.  Her mouth moves as she
mumbles indistinct words to herself.) 



[INT. HELICOPTER (IN FLIGHT) – DAY]

(The medics continue to work on Sara.  Grissom reaches over and holds Sara’s
hand.  He watches her.) 

(Sara’s eyes open a little.) 

SARA’S POV

(Right in front of her she sees a black vest with white letters:  GRISSOM.) 

(She blinks.) 

(Grissom watches her and smiles.) 

(He squeezes her hand.) 

(The medics continue to tend to Sara, putting a cooling pack on her head.) 

(Grissom watches her, his eyes bright and wide.  Sara is going to be just fine.)

(We hold on Grissom and we --

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stanary (14:28)

Ah mais je suis encore trop jeune pour bosser. J'aime bien les curieuses vu que j'en suis une donc tu vois....

Sonmi451 (14:30)

Oh mais tu fais bien des études?

stanary (14:31)

Oui par contre je fais bien des études t'inquiète pas

Sonmi451 (14:31)

Alors c'est tu bosses mais c'est pas rémunéré.

Sonmi451 (14:32)

et donc des études de quoi? ^^

stanary (14:32)

Oui j'avais pas vu ça comme ça mais t'as raison.... c'est nul !

Sonmi451 (14:33)

j'ai toujours raison même quand j'ai tord

stanary (14:37)

Oui c'est bien d'espérer...

stanary (14:37)

Sonmi451 (14:38)

Merci. lol

Sonmi451 (14:38)

L'espoir fait vivre comme on dit. ^^

stanary (14:39)

Oui c'est ce qu'on dit ! Alors et toi dis moi tu travailles dans quoi ?

Sonmi451 (14:41)

Moi je suis assistante maternelle mais en ce moment en congé parental.

stanary (14:43)

Ah bah alors ça va veut dire que t'aimes beaucoup les enfants hein ! Mais j'aime bien ça ...

Sonmi451 (14:44)

Tout à fait.

stanary (14:45)

Alors dis moi, tu fais quoi de beau ?

Sonmi451 (14:47)

Là en ce moment, je m'occupe de la migration des épisodes de Friends pendant que mes oreilles sont en train d'écouter si bébé dort toujours. Et puis mes yeux regardent de temps en temps, vers la fenetre pour voir si le grand arrive avec son papa. ^^

Sonmi451 (14:47)

Et toi?

stanary (14:49)

La migration ?
Bon pour moi faut pas chercher hein. Je n'ai pas de vie donc je suis chez moi entrain de ne rien faire si ce n'est lire

Sonmi451 (14:49)

Et en parlant du loup, il sort du bois. Mon grand vient d'arriver.

stanary (14:51)

Eh bah il est autonome ce grand !

Sonmi451 (14:51)

La migration c'est le passage d'un guide épisode à un autre guide, soit de l'ancien au nouveau.

Sonmi451 (14:52)

Je vais devoir te laisser. Il est autonome oui d'une certaine façon, mais il a encore "que" 5 ans.

Sonmi451 (14:52)

A bientôt peut être.

stanary (14:56)

A bientôt

billy (18:53)

Plus que quelques jours pour venir participer au concours de la photo de bienvenue du quartier Castle. Venez vous affronter avec les plus créatifs ^^

CastleBeck (19:15)

Billy : Je crois que ton message irait plutôt dans la room HypnoPromo maintenant
D'ailleurs, il faut que je me dépêche pour finir ma participation...

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Nouveau calendrier sur le quartier "Elementary" ! Donnez votre avis sur le quartier de la série !

Titepau04 (20:22)

Chaudon, tu t'es trompée de room !!!!

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T'ai trompé*

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