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The Tick!
Gallery of Cartoon villains and Supervillains

The Angry Red Herring

The Angry Red Herring

The Angry Red Herring is a minor supervillian that appears in Little Wooden Boy and the Belly of Love. He rubs petroleum jelly on himself to escape the grasp of heroes, and has machine guns mounted in his eyes.

Appearances: Little Wooden Boy and the Belly of Love

The Angry Red Herring was voiced by Kevin Schon

Baron Violent

Baron Violent

Baron Violent is a standard villain; huge and mean. His power, though, is from a muscle belt that has a dial that allows him to chose his power level 1-10. Arthur steals his belt and uses it to gon a rampage, so it seems that the belt was more important to the story than the Baron.

Appearances: Tick vs. Arthur

Baron Violent was voiced by Brian Peck

Barry

Barry
The Tick

Barry is the brother of the owner of the Comet Club and he desperately wants to be a superhero. Unfortunately for everyone, he's not really a hero as much as he's a pushy jerk. He has an epic battle with The Tick for the right to the name The Tick.

Barry also appears frequently in Tick comics.

Appearances: The Tick vs. The Tick

Barry was voiced by Jim Cummings

Betty, Queen of the Ants

Betty, The Queen of the Ants

Betty leads the ants of The City in a revolution and builds a giant magnifying glass to fry the people. The ants themselves are creepy enough to send The Tick to Captain Sanity's Superhero Sanitarium and put American Maid, Sewer Urchin, Die Fledermaus, Arthur, and Fishboy into a giant people farm. Fortunately, Tick recovers in time to save the day!

Appearances: Ants in the Pants!

Betty, Queen of the Ants was voiced by Cathy Moriarity

Brainchild (Charles)

Brainchild is a boy-genius bent on doing evil acts. As the villains of The Tick world go, he's pretty annoying. I don't like him. His sidekick/henchman is Skippy, a robot dog he built from his puppy after an unfortunate car chasing accident (Skippy liked to chase cars that were headed towards him)

In Coach Fussell's Lament Brainchild manages to capture The Tick and turn him into a two-headed bird that can only talk high-school French. This was a much better episode than The Tick vs. Brainchild.

Appearances: The Tick vs. Brainchild, Coach Fussell's Lament

Brainchild was voiced by Rob Paulson in The Tick vs.Brainchild, and Stuart Stone in Coach Fussell's Lament.

The Breadmaster

The Breadmaster is an evil baker that uses baked goods to terrorize The City. He hates inferior baked goods and blew up Stuart's Food Mart and The White Bread Baking Company up with bread loaf-bombs. In his later exploits, his gingerbread men terrorize the heroes of The City until they go stale.

In all, the antics of The Breadmaster and his sidekick Buttery Pat are hilarious and creative; he is one of the more more developed villains in the series. In Tick vs. Europe the Breadmaster seeks to conquer the city with the aid of his wicked henchcookies, The Gingerbreadmen (who are absolutely hilarious!)

Appearances: The Tick vs. The Breadmaster, Tick vs. Dot and Neil's Wedding, Tick vs. Europe

The Breadmaster was originally (The Tick vs. The Breadmaster) voiced by Roddy McDowell but was later voiced by Jess Harnell

Chairface Chippendale

Chairface Chippendale

Chairface Chippendale is a suave, debonair villain who appears frequently in both the comics and the cartoons. He has a chair for a head, but other than that seems rather normal. He seems very educated and he is very powerful; there were dozens of other villains at his birthday party. Chairface is also responsible for the CHA written on the moon throughout the comic and cartoon series; he was trying to carve his name onto the moon with a giant heat ray built by Professor Cromedome.

Appearances: The Tick vs. Chairface Chippendale, Alone Together, Coach Fussell's Lament, HEROES, Tick vs. Dot and Neil's Wedding, Tick vs. Science

Chairface Chippendale was voiced by Tony Jay

The Deadly Bulb

The Deadly Bulb
(Pigleg)

The Deadly Bulb is a man who has a pig for his left leg. As such, he tries to become a supervillain to keep people from noticing the pig. He manages to capture Arthur and lured the Tick into a trap, but they were saved by American Maid and The Deadly Bulb vowed to spend the rest of his days making his pig leg happy.

His henchmen were Watt and Socket.

Appearances: HEROES

The Deadly Bulb was voiced by Maurice LaMarche

The Deadly Nose

The Deadly Nose

The Deadly Nose appears to have a shotgun as a nose, but in a fight with The Tick at Chairface Chippendale's birthday party it shoots out a red laser beam. The Tick shouts out "Don't blow your nose at ME, Mister!" So far, the Deadly Nose hasn't reappeared.

Appearances: The Tick vs. Chairface Chippendale

The Deadly Nose has no lines.

Dinosaur Neil

Dinosaur Neil

Dinosaur Neil is usually a small, mild mannered paleontologist who eventually marries Arthur's sister Dot, but when he doesn't take his medicine he grows into a 180 ton dinosaur and terrorizes the city. He is one of the try monster type characters, and watching him battle The Tick is hilarious!

Appearances: The Tick vs. Dinosaur Neil, That mustache Feeling, Tick vs. Dot and Neil's Wedding

Dinosaur Neil was voiced by Danny Mann

Dynamole

Dynamole

Dynamole was a guest at Chairface Chippendale's birthday party. I always thought he was just a bit character, but they did make an action figure out of him, so I guess he should be included.

Appearances: The Tick vs. Chairface Chippendale

Dynamole was voiced by Pat Fraley

The Eastern Bloc Robot Cowboy

The Eastern Bloc Robot Cowboy

The Eastern Bloc Robot Cowboy is an unusual villain; he is a brain in a vending machine who speaks with a western accent. He challenges the Tick to several showdowns, but Tick eventually defeats him with a quarter (he bought his brain)

Appearances: Tick vs. Europe

The Eastern Bloc Robot Cowboy was voiced by Pat Fraley

El Seed

El Seed

El Seed is a spanish flower bent on taking revenge on the animals of the Earth for the way they treat plants. (They walk on us! They eat us! They squeeze us for juice!) He talks with a hilarious Spanish accent (Spanish - European, not Hispanic). He invented a serum that makes plants animate and he used it to create an army, but The Tick thwarted his plans...

His sidekicks/henchpeople are the Bee Twins and his army of plants.

Appearances: The Tick vs. El Seed, Bloomsday, Coach Fussell's Lament, Tick vs. Dot and Neil's Wedding

El Seed was voiced by Ed Gilbert

Eyebrows Mulligan

Eyebrows Mulligan

Eyebrows Mulligan was a guest at Chairface Chippendale's birthday party. He hasn't appeared again and he didn't have any lines, so he's pretty much just scenery. He also appears as a patron of The Evil Eye Cafe in Armless but not Harmless.

Appearances: The Tick vs. Chairface Chippendale, Armless but not Harmless

Eyebrows Mulligan was voiced by Townsend Coleman

The Evil Midnight Bomber

The Evil Midnight Bomber
(What Bombs at Midnight!)

The Evil Midnight Bomber is one of the funniest villains to ever grace The Tick universe. He has multiple personalities and they're all insane; he tries to blow up the Comet Club to gain fame as a supervillain but thanks to The Tick he ends up blowing up the Sidekick's Lounge.

What really makes the Bomber funny is his dialogue and voice. Check out some of these clips:

Appearances: The Tick vs. The Tick, Armless but not Harmless, HEROES

The Evil Midnight Bomber was voiced by Maurice LaMarche

The Fin

The Fin
(Mr. Smarty Pants)

The Fin is the smartest dolphin in the world, but he is driven to evil by his annoying enter-trainers Soren and Frederica. He escapes from his hotel in Reno, Nevada and constructs a giant Fish Magnet to bury the city in fish, but he is thwarted when The Tick proves he can hold his breathe longer than the dolphin.

Appearances: The Tick vs. Reno, Nevada

The Fin was voiced by Maurice LaMarche

The Guy with Ears like little Raisins

The Guy with Ears like little Raisins

This is another guest at Chairface Chippendale's birthday party. Other than the name, he doesn't seem to have any purpose. He was electrocuted by Shiela Eel later.

Appearances: The Tick vs. Chairface Chippendale

The Guy with Ears like Little Raisins had no lines.

Harriet Curse

Harriet Curse

I'm not sure I have the name right on this one; it sounds like Harriet Curse but it was pretty quick. Anyone else know? Anyway, she was a guest at Chairface Chippendale's birthday party. The most striking thing about her is her resemblence to Amanda, Oedipus's mother from the comics.

Appearances: The Tick vs. Chairface Chippendale

Harriet Curse had no lines.

Headless Henderson

Headless Henderson

Headless Henderson was a guest at Chairface Chippendale's birthday party. He didn't have any lines and hasn't reappeared yet.

Appearances: The Tick vs. Chairface Chippendale

Headless Henderson had no lines.

The Heys

The Heys

The Heys are a nihilistic race who worship nothing. They decide to try to destroy the Universe and after building their doomsday device they have a presentation; and even though the only word in their language is Hey they still manage to have a victory speech that lasts several years.

The Whats recruit The Tick to try to stop The Heys, and hilarity ensues. The Tick manages to stop the ceremony by defying the laws of physics, and then he manages to destroy their ultimate weapon, The Infinity Ball, and The Tick becomes The Heys' new god.

Appearances: The Tick vs. The Big Nothing

The Heys were voiced by Hank Saroyan and Steve Susskind

The Hotel Manager

The Hotel Manager

The Hotel Manager is a man from the distant future who opens up a restaurant in the distant past. The guests travel there via time machine (yes, just like The Restaurant at the End of the Universe by Douglas Adams).

He's pretty funny as he's very evolved, but he's still a stupid jerk.

Appearances: Tick vs. Prehistory

The Hotel Manager was voiced by Maruice LaMarche

The Human Ton and Handy

The Human Ton and Handy

The Human Ton is an inarticulate blob who uses brute force to back up The Terror. Handy the puppet, though, seems to be educated and well-informed; ironically enough. Handy is probably the most entertaining character in the league of evil, and he isn't too bad a villain either (he punched out Arthur in The Tick vs. Arthur's Bank Account). He frequently makes literary references that go over the heads of the rest of the league, and then he shouts "read a book!" By far the most entertaining moment for Handy was when The Human Ton was eating The Tick's head and Handy bragged about how he could still talk.

In Grandpa Wore Tights Handy talks on the phone to and tries to use the Desire-O-Vac to make himself a real boy...

Appearances: The Tick vs. Arthur's Bank Account, Grandpa Wore Tights

The Human Ton and Handy were both voiced by Maurice LaMarche

Idea Man

The Idea Men

The Idea Men were a group of terrorists that appeared in The Tick vs. The Idea Men. They first robbed the bank and escaped with their blimp; then they held The City ransom by threatening the dam. Unfortunately, because of the masks they wore, no one could understand anything they said. Of course, The Tick managed to thwart their plans and blow up their blimp, but they are still pretty funny.

Appearances: The Tick vs. The Idea Men, Coach Fussell's Lament

The Idea Men were voiced by Ed Gilbert

The Indigestible Man

The Indigestible Man

The Indigestible Man is exactly that; indigestible. He ventures into Dinosaur Neil and hooks up to his brain to control him, but when he relaxes and starts eating his lunch (which I guess isn't indigestible, but who knows?) he's thwarted by The Tick and Sewer Urchin's mini-sub.

Fortunately for all of us, The Indigestible Man also has indigestible underwear...

Appearances: Tick vs. Dot and Neil's Wedding

The Indigestible Man was voiced by Ed Gilbert

Jack Tuber

Jack Tuber
The Man of a Thousand Faces

Jack Tuber is basically a living Mr. Potato Head. He appears as a guest at Chairface Chippendale's birthday party and later has his facial features knocked off in a rumble with The Tick. He hasn't reappeared yet.

Appearances: The Tick vs. Chairface Chippendale, Armless but not Harmless

Jack Tuber was voiced by Kevin Schon

Jim Rage

Jim Rage

Jim Rage was a government special agent tasked with destroying The mustache, but after 15 years of failure his funding was cut. He didn't bother to tell his team, Project Shave, that they were no longer a legitimate government operation, and so Holly, Kitty, and Crystal continued to hunt the mustache with Jim.

Perhaps the Tick sums it up most concisely; "you're just a jerk who hates my mustache!"

Appearances: That mustache Feeling

Jim Rage was voiced by Brad Garrett

Joseph Stalin

Joseph Stalin

Stalin was an evil dictator of Russia for many years, but here he's a crony of The Terror. The only time the real Stalin is used in the series is when his plan to conquer the Earth with Atomic Robot Zombie Men is foiled by the Decency Squad.

Appearances: Grandpa Wore Tights

Joseph Stalin had no lines.

Lava Man

Lava Man

Just to be specific, this character is A Lava Man, not The Lava Man. He was never given any other name, though, so I'll go with it. He is an assassin sent to rub out the Mole King. Personally, the I found the Mole King so annoying I wished Lava Man was successful.

Appearances: The Tick vs. The Mole Men

Lava Man was voiced by Townsend Coleman

Lou Salazar, the Sewer Czar

Lou Salazar, The Sewer Czar

Lou Salazar was a corrupt civil servant who turned evil. He tried to conquer the city using Filth, but he was defeated twice by the mighty Sewer Urchin. He has some great lines, like 'we will besmirch the city to its knees' and 'slouch upward to victory!'

Appearances: Tick vs. Filth

Lou Salazar was voiced by John Mariano

The Man Eating Cow

The Man Eating Cow

The Man Eating Cow is a character from the comics that was changed a bit in translation. In the comics, The Man Eating Cow is owned by Chairface Chippendale who trains her to eat people, but she escapes and becomes a superhero (in fact, she has her own comic spin-off). In the cartoon, the Man Eating Cow is a member of The Terror's league of evil, where she conspires to kidnap the mayor and rule the world. The Man Eating Cow is a very entertaining character even if she can't actually actually speak.

Appearances: The Tick vs. Arthur's Bank Account

The Man Eating Cow was voiced by Townsend Coleman

Mr. Mental

Mr. Mental and Mynda

Mr. Mental appears several times throughout the series. He is a mentalist who has the power to hypnotize others; and he uses his powers in The Tick vs. Mr. Mental to take control of The Tick and sends him to "fetch" the Thinking Cap. Later in the series, in Devil in Diapers, Mr. Mental hypnotizes The Tick and Arthur into thinking he is a baby and uses them for protection.

I like Mr. Mental; he is a simple, straightforward villain with only one goal (world domination). His plans are often foiled by bad luck or lack of competent help, and I tend to identify with him (especially when he forgets his supreme weapon in the back-seat of a Taxi and when he argues with his girlfriend / sidekick, Mynda, pleading for "emotional support" for his sinister schemes.

Appearances: The Tick vs. Mr. Mental, Devil in Diapers

Mr. Mental was voiced by Jim Cummings (and by Canned Walla as a baby), Mynda was voiced by Jennifer Darling

 
Mr. Smarty Pants
See The Fin
The Mother of Invention

The Mother of Invention

The Mother of Invention is a weird character who appears in Leonardo DaVinci and his Fightin' Genius Time Commandos!. He (?) uses a time machine to kidnap the greatest inventors of all time (Leonardo DaVinci, Ben Franklin, Thomas Edison, Wheel, Johann Gutenberg, and George Washington Carver) and plans to steal their inventions after he blows up the renaissance. Of course, if he can invent a time machine, why does he need to steal other peoples inventions? And is he a guy? If so, why does he call himself Mother?

Appearances: Leonardo DaVinci and his Fightin' Genius Time Commandos!

The Mother of Invention was voiced by Paul Williams

Multiple Santa

Multiple Santa

Multiple Santa is a bank robber who steals a Santa suit to elude the police; during the chase, though, he's thrown into a neon sign and fried. Instead of killing him, though, the electricity makes clones of him appear and they go on a rampage.

Multiple Santa is absolutely hilarious; and after the original hooks himself up to the Hydroelectric plant at the City Dam, we get one of my favorite Tickisms; "It's a Yule Tide!!!"

Appearances: The Tick Loves Santa!

Multiple Santa was voiced by Jim Cummings

Octo Paganini

Octo Paganini

Octo Paganini is a European villain who lives in Antwerp. He comes into contact with The Tick thanks to the superhero exchange program. Octo Paganini kingnaps the king of Belgium and is about to conquer the country when Tick and Blitzen manage to foil his plot.

Appearances: Tick vs. Europe

Octo Paganini was voiced by Xander Berkley

OctoRaymond

OctoRaymond

OctoRaymond is the conductor of an all Mollusc Orchestra. He is the entertainment booked for the Enemy Awards, so he must also be Evil...

Appearances: Armless but not Harmless

Octo Raymond had no lines

Omnipotus

Omnipotus
Devourer of Worlds

Omnipotus is a huge man who floats through space eating planets. He encounters The Tick in Alone Together after Tick is blown off the moon, and he makes a deal to take Tick back to Earth for some "services". Much to the dismay of The Tick, those services turned out to be mainly hygeine; as he had Tick rub his feet, pluck his eyebrows, and pull a planet out of his ear.

Once they reached the Earth, Omnipotus began eating it and was only stopped when The Tick illustrated the many splendors that Earth had to offer (Look! Bowling Trophy!)

Omnipotus is also responsible for the big bite-mark on the Moon seen for the second half of the TV series.

Appearances: Alone Together

Omnipotus was voiced by Ron Feinberg

The Ottoman Empress

The Ottoman Empress

The Ottoman Empress was a girl who grew up alone; her only friends were furniture, and until she was 13 she was a coffee table. Now, she uses her formidible powers of furniture control to try to conquer the City. Fortunately for everyone (but Die Fledermaus) she is in love with Die Fledermaus and spends all her time and energy pursueing him...

The Ottoman was eventually thwarted by The Tick, who caught her in the World's Most Comfortable Chair.

Appearances: Evil Sits Down for a Moment

The Ottoman Empress was voiced by Mary Kay Bergman

 
Pigleg
See The Deadly Bulb
Pineapple Pokopo

Pineapple Pokopo

Pineapple Pokopo is the military dictator of Pokoponesia. In his own words; "I am not a smart man, I am not an honest man, I am not a clean man, I am not a rational man, but, I am a VERY BIG MAN!"

Pokopo is amusing in that he is a true despot, but he also desperately wants tourists to visit his island. Unfortunately for him, the only thing Pokoponesia has to offer is pineapples and sharks.

Appearances: The Tick vs. Pineapple Pokopo, Coach Fussell's Lament

Pineapple Pokopo was voiced by Dorian Harewood

Proto Clown

Proto Clown

Proto Clown is the creation of Bud, the Clowing Engineer. He was genetically created to be bigger and funnier than normal clowns; but what he really is is big and very angry! (Proto Clown hates it when people laugh at him) Proto Clown goes on a rampage through The City, defeating the City's heroes one by one (he sent The Tick into orbit by hitting him with a bus). Proto Clown is eventually stopped when The Tick plummets back to Earth, but his reign of humor goes on....

Appearances: The Tick vs. Proto Clown

Proto Clown was voiced by Kevin Schon

Shiela Eel

Shiela Eel

Shiela Eel was a guest at Chairface Chippendale's birthday party. She electrocuted The Man with Ears Like Little Raisins when he tried to put his arm around her, but she didn't have any lines and she hasn't reappeared.

Appearances: The Tick vs. Chairface Chippendale

Shiela Eel had no lines

Stalingrad

Stalingrad

Stalingrad is a member of The Terror's league of evil. The Terror thinks he's the real Joseph Stalin, who he knew in the past, but Stalingrad is actually a grad student who does the Stalin thing as an homage. He eventually flees the Earth with his newfound love, Tuun-La.

Appearances: The Tick vs. Arthur's Bank Account

Stalingrad was voiced by Jim Cummings

The Sub Human

The Sub Human

The Sub Human was one of the villains who fought against The Decency Squad in the distant past. All I really know about him is that he had an atomic torpedo and he had a submarine on his head.

Appearances: Grandpa Wore Tights

The Sub Human was voiced by Jess Harnell

The Swiss

The Swiss

The Swiss are a group of industrial spies after the notebook of Dr. Vahtoss. They chase Arthur and Carmalita around in Little Wooden Boy and the Belly of Love but are defeated by the heroes of the City. Their best moment comes when they beat the crap out of Die Fledermaus and Sewer Urchin (who run away to form an underground resistance movement)

Appearances: Little Wooden Boy and the Belly of Love

The Terror

The Terror

The Terror is a true supervillain. He has close to a century of evil under his belt; including a fist-fight with then President Theodore Roosevelt. Fortunately for modern heroes, The Terror is now about 115 years old and he's starting to lose it a bit. Still, though, the episodes where The Terror and his son argue about evil are classic...

The Terror is also the leader of the evil league. The other members are The Man Eating Cow, Tuun-La, Stalingrad, The Human Ton and Handy.

Appearances: The Tick vs. Arthur's Bank Account, Coach Fussell's Lament, Grandpa Wore Tights

The Terror was voiced by Rob Paulsen

Terry

Terry

Terry is the son of The Terror. He is a retired insurance adjuster, but he tries a brief stint as a supervillain to try to endear himself to his father. It doesn't work, of course, but we do get a great line from The Terror about it;

If you want to be close to me, sonny, try doing something bad, not something badly!

Eventually, Terry stands up to his father and helps The Decency Squad stop him.

Appearances: Grandpa Wore Tights

Terry was voiced by Peter Paul Bergman

Thrakkorzog

Thrakkorzog is the evil ruler of dimension 14B. He comes to the Earth and tries to conquer it by creating an army of Tick clones. Furtunately for everyone, the only tissue sample from The Tick he can get is a used kleenex, so the best clone he got was the Mucus Tick. The Tick was able to defeat the Mucus Tick in one of the most disgusting acts ever, and it seems Thrakkorzog was vanquished as well...

Thrakkorzog has a sidekick (sort of) in that his tongue has a small face and mouth on it (picture Alien) that pops out and talks about eating brains. His name is never given...

Appearances: The Tick vs. The Uncommon Cold

Thrakkorzog was voiced by Jim Cummings

 
The Tick
See Barry
Tuun-La

Tuun-La
Not of this Earth

Tuun-La is a space alien bent on conquering the Earth. Until she does, though, she is a member of The Terror's league of evil. When the league is defeated by The Tick, she flees the planet with her newfound love, Stalingrad (who she thinks is Joseph Stalin)

Appearances: The Tick vs. Arthur's Bank Account

Tuun-La was voiced by Pat Musick

Uncle Creamy

Uncle Creamy

Uncle Creamy was an actor used as a corporate mascot to sell ice cream, but after a freak industrial accident he is transformed into a seemingly evil ice cream cone. I say seemingly evil because he comes out as a supervillain, but in actuality he may be a hero since the company he terrorizes is itself evil. Who knows? I think his voice is Bobcat Goldthwait, which should tell you quite a bit about his character.

Appearances: Tick vs. Education

Uncle Creamy was voiced by Bobcat Goldthwait

Uncle Creamy II

Uncle Creamy II

The New and Improved Uncle Creamy is acutally a former KGB agent named Ivan Brubek. He's hired to kill the original Uncle Creamy before he reveals the information he knows about the ice cream. He's one wicked ice creamcone; he can fly with his rocket boots and he has a missle launcher on his left arm.

Appearances: Tick vs. Education

Ivan Brubeck was voiced by Kevin Schon

Venus

Venus

Venus is an evil love goddess who hypnotizes men into doing her evil will. In Armless but not Harmless she manages to steal The Tick and Arthur's arms and has her henchman, Milo, build evil robots out of them. She then goes on an epic evil spree to try to earn an Enemy Award, but she is eventually defeated by Plungerman.

Appearances: Armless but not Harmless

Venus was voiced by Linda Gary

Wally, Captain of the Aztecs

Wally

Wally is the leader of the Deertown Aztecs, a baseball team gone bad. Their plane crashed in Mexico and they decided to live like real Aztecs. They try to kidnap Carmalita, their star shortstop, but they are thwarted by Arthur (who craftily managed to be kidnapped instead)

Appearances: Sidekicks Don't Kiss

Wally was voiced by Phil Austin

The Whirling Scottish Devil

The Whirling Scottish Devil

The Whirling Scottish Devil is a minor villain who goes on a rampage after The Tick is blown into space in Alone Together. He seems to be the punchline to the joke "What do you get when you cross the Enterprise's chief engineer and the Tasmanian Devil?" but he's pretty funny nonetheless.

He is mainly opposed by Arthur as he tries to find a new superhero to 'kick for, but he manages to defeat Die Fledermaus (who doesn't really fight crime) and Human Bullet (who overshot himself into a building with Arthur in tow)

He is finally defeated by the fiberglass head of the Tick memorial statue when The Tick returns to Earth in a rocket shoe.

Appearances: Alone Together

The Whirling Scottish Devil was voiced by Pat Fraley


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