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|season = Pokémon: Indigo League
 
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|songs = Pokémon Theme Song (Gotta Catch 'Em All)
 
|songs = Pokémon Theme Song (Gotta Catch 'Em All)
|guest = Jeanette Fisher
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|guest = [[Jeanette Fisher]]
|machars = [[Ash]], [[Misty]], [[brock]]
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|machars = [[Ash Ketchum|Ash]], [[Misty (anime)|Misty]], [[Brock (anime)|Brock]]
 
|rchars = [[Jessie]], [[James]], [[Gary]], [[Delia Ketchum]], [[Professor Oak]], [[Officer Jenny]]
 
|rchars = [[Jessie]], [[James]], [[Gary]], [[Delia Ketchum]], [[Professor Oak]], [[Officer Jenny]]
 
|michars = [[Jeanette Fisher]], [[Melissa]]
 
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|pchars = [[Ash's Pikachu]], [[Team Rocket's Meowth]], [[Misty's Togepi]], [[Ash's Bulbasaur]], [[Ash's Muk]], [[James' Victreebel]], Gary's [[Nidoking]], [[Officer Jenny's Growlithe]], Jeanette's [[Beedrill]], Jeanette's [[Scyther]], Jeanette's [[Bellsprout]], Melissa's [[Golem]]
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|major =[[Ash's Muk]] knows [[Body Slam]]. [[Ash Ketchum|Ash]] advances to next round.
[[Ash]] uses his [[Ash's Muk|Muk]] in battle for the first time.
 
[[Ash's Muk]] is revealed to know [[Body Slam]].
 
[[Ash]] wins the fourth round of the Pokémon League.
 
 
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==Episode Plot==
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{{nihongo|The Fourth Round Rumble|くさのフィールド!いがいなきょうてき!|Grass Field! An Unexpected Powerful Enemy!}} is the 77th episode of [[Pokémon: Indigo League]].
Gary is battling his fourth match of the Pokémon League. His Nidoking is battling against a Golem. After a little fighting, Nidoking is defeated and Gary is out of the Pokémon League. This defeat makes Ash nervous that he too may lose his fourth battle. Brock tells him not to give up, and so he does not. Meanwhile, Team Rocket are trying selling things to get money. They seem to be good at it as they sell out of official Pokémon League badges. Meowth is up to his usual tricks and they are not official. He is in fact making them out of bottle caps. They decide to try a distraction with some fake Pikachu being taken away by their balloon. A couple of Officer Jennies spot the balloon and Growlithe takes it down. Jessie and James were going to use the distraction to allow them to steal all the spectators Pokémon with a vacuum. The Jennies notice their vacuum and ticket it. Team Rocket run for cover and disguise themselves as snack salesmen and start selling hot-dogs and ice-cream. Ash enters his last arena before he can battle in the Indigo arena. His opponent Jeanette starts with a Beedrill. Ash fights the Beedrill with his Bulbasaur. After a few close calls, Bulbasaur leech seeds it to victory. Next, Bulbasaur battles Scyther. Again it is close, but Bulbasaur wins again. Then, Jeanette brings out a Bellsprout. Ash believes it is going to be an easy win, but surprisingly to everyone Bellsprout defeats Bulbasaur. Ash sends Pikachu to take care of Bellsprout, but poor Pikachu is knocked out cold by Bellsprout’s thin twig arm. Luckily before battle, Ash had gotten his Muk and this was his last hope for this match. Muk proves to be invulnerable to Bellsprout’s attacks. Muk moves towards the helpless Bellsprout and smothers it. Ash has won his fourth match, and it is on to the central Indigo arena. After the match, Jessie and James found they had a successful day, and sold many hot-dogs and ice-cream. They are quite pleased with their ability to sell.
 
   
==Debuts==
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==Synopsis==
*Jeanette Fisher
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As Gary lost his recent match, Ash battles an opponent named Jeanette. While Bulbasaur managed to defeat her Beedrill and Scyther, Ash's luck goes down as Jeanette sends Bellsprout, who evades attacks and can repel Pokémon's moves. However, Ash has a secret ace he has not used in quite some time, which turns the side of the battle back to him.
   
==Bloopers==
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==Episode Plot==
Officer Jenny calls her Growlithe "Arcanine" as she orders it to flamethrower Team Rocket's balloon.
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Gary faces Melissa, using Nidoking against her Golem. Nidoking uses Horn Attack, but Golem stops him and uses Seismic Toss. Nidoking is defeated and Melissa wins, striking Gary hard for this defeat. The heroes saw the event. Later, Ash approaches Gary, who goes to his car. Gary tells him he was distracted by his cheerleaders. He tells the girls they will get over it, then goes in the car and goes away. Ash tells Pikachu if Gary lost, wouldn't they quit. Brock tells him he will not quit, as he and Pikachu believe in him. Misty tells that his match is soon to be on the grass field, making Ash surprised.
   
==Trivia==
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Jessie and James sell the souvenir, while Meowth reminds them they are here to steal some Pokémons. James is happy for this normal job and waters his Victreebel and gets latched by it. A customer appears, wanting to buy some badges, but Jessie and James reply they have none left. Meowth tells they have and going in the back, Jessie and James see that he is making the badges out of bottle caps. Ash goes to the stadium, while Misty and Brock watch him battle. Misty hoped they would have given him advice, but Brock tells Ash wanted to win by himself. Misty thinks a Bulbasaur would be a good Pokémon to battle and asks Brock who is Ash's opponent. Brock says that he only knows the woman's name is Jeanette Fisher.
*This is the first time James's Victreebell latches onto his face.
 
*The "Who's that Pokémon?" in this episode is bellsprout.
 
   
==Quotes==
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A red carpet emerges from the hall and Jeanette appears, with a lot of cheerleaders. Misty sees she has a lot of cheerleaders while she and Brock cheer for Ash. Brock seems dazed by Jeanette, so Misty yells to have him remember they are on Ash's side. Ash sends the Pokémon Misty mentioned, Bulbasaur, while Jeanette her Beedrill. Beedrill goes to tackle, but Bulbasaur dodges. Bulbasaur uses Razor Leaf, but Beedrill dodges and retaliates using Twineedle. Bulbasaur dodges, including the Poison Sting. Misty hopes Jeanette does not have Pokémon like Beedrill and Brock hopes she does not have a boyfriend, making Misty yell at him once more. Beedrill gets entangled by Leech Seed, making Brock Jeanette is losing. Bulbasaur tackles Beedrill and wins.
Brock: 'Janet is amazing, she should win'
 
   
Misty: (She shouts at Brock) 'We're here to root for Ash, which side are you on anyway!?'
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Jeanette calls Beedrill back and sends Scyther. Scyther goes to slash, but misses, so uses Quick Attack, hitting Bulbasaur. Bulbasaur uses Vine Whip, but Scyther's attacks repel the move. Scyther uses Double Team, making Bulbasaur to be in a difficult position. Bulbasaur uses Vine Whip and banishes the illusions, though the real Scyther charges and attacks Bulbasaur. Bulbasaur uses Razor Leaf, but misses. Scyther uses Double Team and attacks Bulbasaur, as it misses with Vine Whip and gets hurt. Bulbasaur uses Vine Whip to banish the illusions and attack the real Scyther, defeating it. Misty and Brock are impressed, as Ash won two battles without their help. Team Rocket are having the balloon as decoy while they go to get the people's Pokémon. Officer Jenny-s see this and Growlithe uses Flamethrower to burn the balloon down. James goes to start the hose, but Officer Jenny-s made the machine turned off and chase them. While escaping from the police, Team Rocket after trip over and bump into a stand, but quickly stand up as salesmen selling Hot dogs and Ice cream.
   
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Jeanette sends her last Pokémon, a Bellsprout, making Ash, Pikachu, Misty and Brock surprised. Ash believes Jeanette does not have any strong Pokémon and sent Bellsprout. Ash believes this battle is going to be the shortest one in the Pokémon League history, as Bulbasaur goes to tackle. Surprisingly, Bellsprout lifts Bulbasaur and sends it behind. Bulbasaur attempts to attack once more, but gets thrown away. Bellsprout comes to Bulbasaur and trashes it, then bangs it to a wall and wins. Ash calls Bulbasaur back (quite shocked how Bellsprout won) and sends Pikachu. Pikachu uses Thundershock and misses. Bellsprout uses Razor Leaf and, though Pikachu dodges, the leaves cut some nearby rocks in half. Pikachu uses Thunderbolt and hits Bellsprout, but it does not seem hurt, as Jeanette says that the legs were binded to the round and did not conduct electricity, hence no damage. Piakchu goes to punch and kick Bellsprout, but misses and gets hit when Bellsprout kicks it with its roots.
   
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Misty and Brock are baffled how can Ash win this, as Bellsprout is Jeanette's strongest Pokémon. Suddenly, Oak and Delia appear to watch the match, sitting next to Misty and Brock. Oak knows his grandson lost, but it taught him some experience. Ash's mom and the professor yell that since Gary lost, everyone in Pallet Town cheers for him. Ash sends a Pokémon he hadn't seen in a lot of time, his Muk. Jeanette is disgusted, while Oak says that Ash wanted Muk and asked to get it yesterday. Oak admits he underestimated this choice. Bellsprout uses Jump Kick, but lands inside Muk. Bellsprout kicks, punches and throws Muk away, but Muk does not take damage. Bellsprout uses Razor Leaf, but Muk is not dealt damage. Muk retaliates with Body Slam, engulfing Bellsprout. Bellsprout attempts to free itself, but gets defeated. Ash runs to Muk, who hugs him, making Ash say that he now knows how Bellsprout felt. Jeanette lifts Bellsprout and goes away.
   
Brock: 'yeah, I see'
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Jessie and James admit it was much more fun and profitable selling than stealing stuff. Meowth thinks they would open a fast-food restaurant. Jessie and James admit it is not a bad idea and think about a motto. Misty tells Ash he won, but without Muk he wouldn't have no luck. Muk hugs Misty for this sentence and everyone laughs.
   
Misty: (She snaps) 'You're suppose to root for Ash, not Janet!'
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==Debuts==
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;Human
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*[[Jeanette Fisher]]
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*[[Melissa]]
   
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;Move
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*[[Body Slam]]
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*[[Horn Attack]]
   
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==Trivia==
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*This is the first time James's Victreebell latches onto his face.
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*The "Who's that Pokémon?" in this episode is Bellsprout.
   
Officer Jennys: 'Stop in the name of the Law!'
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===Mistakes===
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*Officer Jenny calls her Growlithe "Arcanine" as she orders it to flamethrower Team Rocket's balloon.
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*When Oak said that he underestimated Ash's choice for Muk, his eyebrow was miscolored.
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*Jeanette's Scyther used Double Team and Swift, moves it cannot learn.
   
 
==Gallery==
 
==Gallery==
<gallery type="slideshow" position="center">
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{{Gallery Box-Small|<gallery captionalign="center" widths="180" position="center">
IL077_1.jpg
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IL077 21.jpg|Nidoking vs. Golem
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IL077 1.jpg|Ash visits Gary
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IL077 2.jpg|Gary's cheerleaders are disappointed and sad
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IL077 3.jpg|Brock and Pikachu support Ash
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IL077 4.jpg|Weepinbell bites James
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IL077 5.jpg|Beedrill got entangled
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IL077 6.jpg|Misty yells at Brock
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IL077 7.jpg|Bulbasaur defeats Scyther
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IL077 8.jpg|Officer Jenny see Team Rocket's balloon
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IL077 9.jpg|Team Rocket, the traders
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IL077 10.jpg|A Bellsprout appears
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IL077 11.jpg|Bellsprout and Bulbasaur "dance in the wave of music"
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IL077 12.jpg|Bellsprout evades Pikachu's attack
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IL077 13.jpg|Pikachu jumps to dodge
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IL077 14.jpg|Bellsprout does not take damage
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IL077 15.jpg|Pikachu attempts to punch Bellsprout
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IL077 16.jpg|Pikachu gets hit
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IL077 17.jpg|Ash's mom and Oak appear
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IL077 18.jpg|Muk is not hurt by Bellsprout's attacks
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IL077 19.jpg|Muk hugs Ash
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IL077 20.jpg|Misty gets hugged
 
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Latest revision as of 22:47, July 17, 2014

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The Fourth Round Rumble (くさのフィールド!いがいなきょうてき!)
IL077
General Other Information
Season: Pokémon: Indigo League Char. of the Day: Jeanette Fisher
Episode №: #077 Main: Ash, Misty, Brock
Aired: JapanFlag January 1, 1999 Recurring: Jessie, James, Gary, Delia Ketchum, Professor Oak, Officer Jenny
UnitedStatesFlag November 13, 1999
Opening Theme: Pokémon Theme Song (Gotta Catch 'Em All) Minor: Jeanette Fisher, Melissa
Badge(s): Boulderbadge Cascadebadge Thunderbadge Marshbadge Rainbow Badge Soulbadge Volcanobadge Earthbadge Setting: Indigo Plateau
Pokémon: Ash's Pikachu, Team Rocket's Meowth, Misty's Togepi, Ash's Bulbasaur, Ash's Muk, James' Victreebel, Gary's Nidoking, Officer Jenny's Growlithe, Jeanette's Beedrill, Jeanette's Scyther, Jeanette's Bellsprout, Melissa's Golem
Major event(s)
Ash's Muk knows Body Slam. Ash advances to next round.
Pokémon: Indigo League

The Fourth Round Rumble (Japanese: くさのフィールド!いがいなきょうてき! Grass Field! An Unexpected Powerful Enemy!) is the 77th episode of Pokémon: Indigo League.

SynopsisEdit

As Gary lost his recent match, Ash battles an opponent named Jeanette. While Bulbasaur managed to defeat her Beedrill and Scyther, Ash's luck goes down as Jeanette sends Bellsprout, who evades attacks and can repel Pokémon's moves. However, Ash has a secret ace he has not used in quite some time, which turns the side of the battle back to him.

Episode PlotEdit

Gary faces Melissa, using Nidoking against her Golem. Nidoking uses Horn Attack, but Golem stops him and uses Seismic Toss. Nidoking is defeated and Melissa wins, striking Gary hard for this defeat. The heroes saw the event. Later, Ash approaches Gary, who goes to his car. Gary tells him he was distracted by his cheerleaders. He tells the girls they will get over it, then goes in the car and goes away. Ash tells Pikachu if Gary lost, wouldn't they quit. Brock tells him he will not quit, as he and Pikachu believe in him. Misty tells that his match is soon to be on the grass field, making Ash surprised.

Jessie and James sell the souvenir, while Meowth reminds them they are here to steal some Pokémons. James is happy for this normal job and waters his Victreebel and gets latched by it. A customer appears, wanting to buy some badges, but Jessie and James reply they have none left. Meowth tells they have and going in the back, Jessie and James see that he is making the badges out of bottle caps. Ash goes to the stadium, while Misty and Brock watch him battle. Misty hoped they would have given him advice, but Brock tells Ash wanted to win by himself. Misty thinks a Bulbasaur would be a good Pokémon to battle and asks Brock who is Ash's opponent. Brock says that he only knows the woman's name is Jeanette Fisher.

A red carpet emerges from the hall and Jeanette appears, with a lot of cheerleaders. Misty sees she has a lot of cheerleaders while she and Brock cheer for Ash. Brock seems dazed by Jeanette, so Misty yells to have him remember they are on Ash's side. Ash sends the Pokémon Misty mentioned, Bulbasaur, while Jeanette her Beedrill. Beedrill goes to tackle, but Bulbasaur dodges. Bulbasaur uses Razor Leaf, but Beedrill dodges and retaliates using Twineedle. Bulbasaur dodges, including the Poison Sting. Misty hopes Jeanette does not have Pokémon like Beedrill and Brock hopes she does not have a boyfriend, making Misty yell at him once more. Beedrill gets entangled by Leech Seed, making Brock Jeanette is losing. Bulbasaur tackles Beedrill and wins.

Jeanette calls Beedrill back and sends Scyther. Scyther goes to slash, but misses, so uses Quick Attack, hitting Bulbasaur. Bulbasaur uses Vine Whip, but Scyther's attacks repel the move. Scyther uses Double Team, making Bulbasaur to be in a difficult position. Bulbasaur uses Vine Whip and banishes the illusions, though the real Scyther charges and attacks Bulbasaur. Bulbasaur uses Razor Leaf, but misses. Scyther uses Double Team and attacks Bulbasaur, as it misses with Vine Whip and gets hurt. Bulbasaur uses Vine Whip to banish the illusions and attack the real Scyther, defeating it. Misty and Brock are impressed, as Ash won two battles without their help. Team Rocket are having the balloon as decoy while they go to get the people's Pokémon. Officer Jenny-s see this and Growlithe uses Flamethrower to burn the balloon down. James goes to start the hose, but Officer Jenny-s made the machine turned off and chase them. While escaping from the police, Team Rocket after trip over and bump into a stand, but quickly stand up as salesmen selling Hot dogs and Ice cream.

Jeanette sends her last Pokémon, a Bellsprout, making Ash, Pikachu, Misty and Brock surprised. Ash believes Jeanette does not have any strong Pokémon and sent Bellsprout. Ash believes this battle is going to be the shortest one in the Pokémon League history, as Bulbasaur goes to tackle. Surprisingly, Bellsprout lifts Bulbasaur and sends it behind. Bulbasaur attempts to attack once more, but gets thrown away. Bellsprout comes to Bulbasaur and trashes it, then bangs it to a wall and wins. Ash calls Bulbasaur back (quite shocked how Bellsprout won) and sends Pikachu. Pikachu uses Thundershock and misses. Bellsprout uses Razor Leaf and, though Pikachu dodges, the leaves cut some nearby rocks in half. Pikachu uses Thunderbolt and hits Bellsprout, but it does not seem hurt, as Jeanette says that the legs were binded to the round and did not conduct electricity, hence no damage. Piakchu goes to punch and kick Bellsprout, but misses and gets hit when Bellsprout kicks it with its roots.

Misty and Brock are baffled how can Ash win this, as Bellsprout is Jeanette's strongest Pokémon. Suddenly, Oak and Delia appear to watch the match, sitting next to Misty and Brock. Oak knows his grandson lost, but it taught him some experience. Ash's mom and the professor yell that since Gary lost, everyone in Pallet Town cheers for him. Ash sends a Pokémon he hadn't seen in a lot of time, his Muk. Jeanette is disgusted, while Oak says that Ash wanted Muk and asked to get it yesterday. Oak admits he underestimated this choice. Bellsprout uses Jump Kick, but lands inside Muk. Bellsprout kicks, punches and throws Muk away, but Muk does not take damage. Bellsprout uses Razor Leaf, but Muk is not dealt damage. Muk retaliates with Body Slam, engulfing Bellsprout. Bellsprout attempts to free itself, but gets defeated. Ash runs to Muk, who hugs him, making Ash say that he now knows how Bellsprout felt. Jeanette lifts Bellsprout and goes away.

Jessie and James admit it was much more fun and profitable selling than stealing stuff. Meowth thinks they would open a fast-food restaurant. Jessie and James admit it is not a bad idea and think about a motto. Misty tells Ash he won, but without Muk he wouldn't have no luck. Muk hugs Misty for this sentence and everyone laughs.

DebutsEdit

Human
Move

TriviaEdit

  • This is the first time James's Victreebell latches onto his face.
  • The "Who's that Pokémon?" in this episode is Bellsprout.

MistakesEdit

  • Officer Jenny calls her Growlithe "Arcanine" as she orders it to flamethrower Team Rocket's balloon.
  • When Oak said that he underestimated Ash's choice for Muk, his eyebrow was miscolored.
  • Jeanette's Scyther used Double Team and Swift, moves it cannot learn.

GalleryEdit


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