The WWF product was really heating up during this post-Royal Rumble period thanks to the addition of Benoit, Guerrero, Malenko and Saturn to the roster. This show featured an amazing ten man tag team match that I remember well. I look forward to writing about it in depth.
WWF Raw #350
February 7, 2000
From the Reunion Arena in Dallas, Texas
The opening video package focused on the foursome of Chris Benoit, Eddie Guerrero, Perry Saturn and Dean Malenko all losing their three matches on the previous Smackdown. In Eddie’s case, he suffered an arm injury.
The Raw intro video aired followed by a huge pyro display in the packed arena in Dallas. The announcers are Jim Ross and Jerry Lawler as usual.
I tweeted that out and even WWE’s Xavier’s Woods responded to it with an interesting question.
Is that sign guy?!? https://t.co/bePCfwXKsA
— Austin #Creed4KOTR – Future King of The Ring (@AustinCreedWins) October 9, 2018
Yes Xavier, it is.
Correct! I did mess up on the name like an idiot! But good lord that sign took hours to make! https://t.co/tykafgD8QG
— Rick Achberger (@RickWWESignGuy) October 8, 2018
Raw began with X-Pac joined by the lovely Tori. That’s odd that it is X-Pac’s music to start Raw rather than Degeneration X as a group. JR said that Kane was institutionalized, which is another way of saying he’s going to come back as a surprise.
The foursome of Benoit, Malenko, Saturn and Guerrero went into the ring in their street clothes. Eddie had his left arm in a sling due to the injury he suffered on Smackdown. Saturn said that a week ago, they showed up trying to make a little noise, more than anything they wanted a contract to wrestle in the WWF. Malenko talked about how they were given one chance and one opportunity to win their way into the WWF. He said they were damn good, but on that night they just weren’t good enough while adding that they blew it. Eddie thanked the WWF fans for their support and for the privilege of being able to perform in front of us. Benoit was up last saying that they wanted to thank the man that made this opportunity all possible…Cactus Jack. That led to Jack’s entrance to a big ovation.
Analysis: It sounded like they were saying goodbye to the WWF fans, but all was not as it seemed.
Cactus Jack hugged all four guys in the ring. Before he could say anything, the introduction of WWF Champion Triple H and Stephanie McMahon took place as they stood on the stage to address everybody.
Stephanie said that this convocation of admiration makes her want to puke. Stephanie noted that Cactus couldn’t get the job done at the Royal Rumble and these four new guys lost. Stephanie wondered if Jack’s next play was the Dallas Cowboys defensive line or the Russian army and she said he won’t stop, but neither will they.
There was a loud “Asshole” chant as Triple H stood on the stage. Hunter said that Jack makes him want to puke while adding that his patience is starting to wear very thin. Hunter said that Jack is still out there in his face. Hunter added that it’s time to finish it once and for all. Hunter proposed a match one more time with Cactus at No Way Out for the last time. Hunter said that Cactus can have any type of match he wants, but no 2×4 wrapped in barbed wire, no sharp metallic objects, no thumbtacks and none of Jack’s sadistic toys. Hunter said they’ll have a match, plain and simple.
Jack went over what Triple H told him. Jack said that if you throw those toys out of the picture, Jack can have any match? Hunter said yes. Jack said none of those things, but there is only one choice: Hell in the Cell. He said “the” cell instead of “a” cell. I’m just quoting what he said. Triple H huddled with Stephanie about it. Hunter accepted it with another stipulation, but he wants Jack’s career on the line. Hunter: “If I beat you in Hell in a Cell, you finish, you retire and your career is over.” Hunter said that includes Foley as Dude Love, Mankind and Cactus Jack. Hunter said it is over. JR: “Don’t do it, Mick.”
Jack talked about how he has done it all in his career as a 3-time WWF Champion, eight times as WWF Tag Team Champion, the original Hardcore Champion and the king of the Japanese death match. Jack said that if Hunter wants his career, he’s done it all except for one thing…in 15 years there is only one thing that keeps him awake at night and that is that he has never main evented a WrestleMania in his life. Jack said when he wins, Hunter puts his title on the line and if he can’t beat Hunter, he doesn’t want to wrestle again. Hunter said there will be no ridiculous stipulations, no title defenses and if he wins, he goes on to WrestleMania as the champion and he takes on the winner of Rock vs. Big Show. If Hunter accepts that stipulation then Jack will put his career on the line.
Triple H: “At No Way Out, Hell in the Cell, you will face The Game and if you win, you will go to WrestleMania the World Wrestling Federation Champion – the main event. If I win, I will end your 15-year career and it will be over. Cactus Jack, you have about 20 days left in your glorious 15-year career.” Triple H walked down to the ring saying that he’ll finish what he started and he’ll end it for Jack. Hunter says he takes what he wants when he wants and right now he wants a piece of Jack’s ass.
Triple H stood in the apron saying the four of those guys have two choices: Leave the ring or show their appreciation to the man that gave them the opportunity…and their contracts. That led to the Radicalz attacking Cactus Jack.
The foursome of Benoit, Saturn, Malenko and Guerrero stomped away on Jack. The crowd booed loudly. They hated that turn. X-Pac hit a Bronco Buster on Jack. Saturn and Malenko did a double team suplex on Jack. Benoit went up top and hit a headbutt on Jack’s shoulder. Hunter said that is the beginning of the end. Hunter said that is the beginning of the end because in 20 days it is the end. Hunter hit a Pedigree on Jack and Hunter’s music played. Triple H posed in the ring with the four new WWF wrestlers. Triple H shook the hands of the four new wrestlers.
Analysis: That was an outstanding opening segment with a lot of stuff happening. The way that the No Way Out main event was set up was really well done with Hunter starting off making the match, Jack making the demands and Hunter agreeing to it. The crowd was really into it as they announced the stipulations. I remember reading online at the time that Foley was thinking of retiring, but he was only 34 years old, so it felt like it was too soon even though he did have a lot of injuries. As for the heel turn by the Radicals, it was a huge surprise. I don’t think most of us saw it coming, so it came off as a big deal as soon as happened. The fans hated it and it was the kind of huge moment we would get occasionally on a Raw in this era. I thought it was well done.
A replay aired of the Radicalz attacking Jack with Triple H ending it with a Pedigree.
There was a shot of Triple H in the office with his new friends. Triple H said that he and X-Pac will pair up with the three of them (not Eddie) against Cactus Jack and whoever he can find as partners. The reason there’s no New Age Outlaws is because their match was up next.
The Road Dogg and Billy Gunn made their entrance with the fans singing their catchphrases even though they were heels. Edge and Christian were up next as the challengers for this title match.
New Age Outlaws (Billy Gunn and Road Dogg) vs. Edge and Christian
Pre-match notes: The New Age Outlaws were the heel Tag Team Champions while Edge and Christian were faces.
The Dudleys walked down to ringside in their street clothes with JR calling them the “Damn Dudleys” as he loved to do in this era. The Dudleys joined the commentary team for this match.
Gunn missed a cross body block when Christian avoided it and Christian hit an arm drag. Bubba stood by JR to intimidate him for calling them the “damn Dudleys” all the time. Christian hit a dive on Road Dogg on the floor. Gunn came back with a gorilla press slam on Christian. Edge tagged in against Road Dogg with Edge hitting a cross body block followed by a spinning heel kick for two. Gunn tripped up Edge, Road Dogg, kicked Edge and they were by the announce table. Gunn sent Edge into the steps and rolled him back in the ring. Dogg kicked Christian in the back while D-Von noted that everybody is paying attention to the Dudleys now. Gunn hit the Jackhammer slam on Edge for a two count. It would get a pin for Goldberg. Bubba talked about how happy he was when he felt Terri’s bones break when he put her through a table and JR called him a sick man. Gunn with a running corner splash on Edge, Road Dogg went into the ring and Edge hit a neckbreaker on both guys at the same time. Christian tagged in with punches for both Outlaws, a back body drop on Gunn followed by a clothesline out of the ring. Road Dogg with punches, but Christian avoided the last one in the combo with a reverse DDT for two when the pin was interrupted by Gunn. Spear by Edge on Gunn. Edge and Gunn went brawling out of the ring. Bubba hit a neckbreaker on Christian using the top rope for an assist and Dogg hit a pumphandle slam on Christian for the pinfall win at 6:12.
Winners by pinfall: New Age Outlaws
Analysis: **3/4 That was a good tag team match with a lot of action, plus the addition of the Dudleys providing mayhem on commentary. The win was cheap due to the Dudleys interference. I liked the nearfall that Christian got with the reverse DDT. This was before E&C were ever tag team champions, so this showed they were capable of being at that level if the Dudleys didn’t cost them the win. The Outlaws found a way to win again.
Post match, Bubba got in JR’s face daring him to call them sick again. JR said he knows they are sick. Edge attacked Bubba from behind with punches, D-Von saved Bubba and the Dudleys ran away from Edge and Christian.
Mark Henry talked to Mae Young in the locker room with Mark telling Mae not to go to ringside because she is pregnant.
They showed members of the Dallas Mavericks including Steve Nash and Dirk Nowitzki along with Dallas Stars at ringside including Joe Nieuwendyk and Mike Modano.
Kurt Angle did a promo about how Mark Henry thinks that they are a lot alike because they are both Olympians. Angle said that as he won Olympic gold, came to the WWF and embarked on an incredible undefeated streak, Henry’s greatest accomplishment was impregnating an 82 year old. Angle had a funny line that Henry getting Young pregnant featured intensity, it did not involve integrity or intelligence. Angle said that while impregnating elderly women and living in sin is acceptable to Dallas, Texas people, it is not acceptable to Angle. Henry made his entrance.
Kurt Angle vs. Mark Henry
Pre-match notes: Angle was the heel and Henry was the face that was mostly a comedy guy.
Henry with a big body slam followed by a running powerslam for two. Henry with another body slam followed by a leg drop for two. Henry with a Powerbomb for two followed by a clothesline. Henry charged at Angle, so Angle ducked and Henry went over the top to the floor. Mae Young went down to the ring. Angle hit a back body drop on Henry on the floor. Young went into the ring, punched Angle in the back and Angle gave Young an Olympic Slam! The crowd reacted to that with a big reaction while JR freaked out because Young is pregnant. The match went 2:39.
Winner by disqualification: Kurt Angle
Analysis: * It was a cheap attack by Angle on the elderly Young while Henry was out of the ring. When Henry was on offense, they had him show off a lot of his power moves. Angle hitting the Olympic Slam on Young drew a big reaction and made Angle look like a jerk.
Post match, Henry checked on Young along with EMT Barbara Bush and other EMTs.
The Rock was shown arriving to the arena with the crowd popping big at the sight of him.
Replays aired of Young getting attacked by Angle. Young was shown taken away on a stretcher.
Young was in the doctor’s office getting looked at. She told Mark she liked being on top. Gross. Young took off her sweater and her shirt because she thought everybody wanted to see her puppies. Henry covered her up.
The Holly cousins were shown backstage with Crash thinking they can offer protection for other wrestlers like the APA does. Hardcore did not agree with him.
Hardcore Match: The Acolytes (Farooq and Bradshaw) vs. Hardcore Holly and Crash Holly
Pre-match notes: The Acolytes were the faces and the Holly cousins were the heels.
Bradshaw dumped Crash over the barricade, so Farooq sent Hardcore over the barricade as well. They went brawling to the backstage area. They found a concession stand part of the arena. Faarooq hit Hardcore with a steel object. Bradshaw and Faarooq had some beer, so Hardcore hit Faarooq with a beer bottle. Bradshaw dumped a cotton candy stand onto Crash. JBL whipped a garbage can at Faarooq. Bradshaw hit Hardcore with a bottle. Bradshaw set up for a Powerbomb, Viscera showed up, he slipped on some beer and hit Bradshaw with a 2×4 on the back of Bradshaw leading to Bradshaw going through a table. Hardcore covered Bradshaw and the ref counted the pin at 3:02.
Winners by pinfall: Hardcore Holly and Crash Holly
Analysis: 1/2* That was a boring brawl with a cheap finish. There wasn’t much to it. I was bored by it.
Chris Jericho did a promo welcoming us to Raw is Jericho. Jericho called Viscera the love child of Mr T. and Fat Albert. The fans were really into the promo popping for Jericho’s catchphrase. Viscera made his entrance.
Intercontinental Championship: Chris Jericho vs. Viscera
Pre-match notes: Jericho was the face IC Champ and Viscera was a heel.
Viscera with a back body drop. Jericho came back with a dropkick off the middle ropes. Viscera hit a spinning kick that knocked Jericho out of the ring. With Viscera on the apron, Jericho hit a jumping kick off the middle rope. Viscera with a body slam on Jericho on the floor. Back in the ring, Viscera missed an elbow drop. Viscera hit a Samoan Drop for two, he missed a corner charge and Jericho hit a bulldog. Jericho with a Lionsault on Jericho. The Hollys went into the ring to go after Jericho for the DQ finish at 3:02.
Winner by disqualification: Chris Jericho
Analysis: * It’s a Viscera match. Go into it with low expectations because he’s going to get his moves in and then move around the ring very slowly. He looked exhausted after about one minute. It was done to tell set up a six man tag team feud.
The Acolytes ran down to the ring for the save and to get revenge against Viscera. Bradshaw hit a Clothesline from Hell on Viscera while Jericho sent Crash and Hardcore out of the ring. The Acolytes hit a double team suplex on Viscera and kicked him out of the ring. The APA music played to end it.
The four Radicalz were shown talking backstage.
A clip aired from earlier in the night showing the four Radicalz thanking the WWF fans and then turning on Cactus Jack.
The Radicalz were interviewed by Michael Cole in the locker room. Malenko said they were sincere and Guerrero said they were not fools for fooling Cactus Jack. Benoit said that Jack had no stroke while noting that Triple H and Stephanie had the power. Malenko said that desperate people do desperate things. Saturn said he didn’t care if Foley had any friends because he never liked him anyway. They left.
Kevin Kelly was outside of The Rock’s locker room saying he will speak later.
Luna and Gangrel were shown backstage with Gangrel telling her to get ready for her title match. Luna just yelled like a crazy woman, which was pretty much her gimmick.
Luna was introduced with Gangrel from “The Other Side of Darkness.” JR wondered if it was near Parts Unknown. I think that’s near Syracuse. Jacqueline made her entrance as the new Women’s Champion and the fans cheered her since she is from Dallas.
Women’s Championship: Jacqueline vs. Luna (w/Gangrel)
Pre-match notes: Jackie was the face and Luna was the heel.
Luna attacked before the bell and they spilled out to the floor with the referee getting in the way. Jackie with a hair whip followed by an inside cradle for two. Luna with a jawbreaker. Luna missed a splash off the middle ropes, Jackie hit a bridging German Suplex and that was enough for the pinfall win at 1:15.
Winner by pinfall: Jacqueline
Analysis: * A quick match to put over Jackie as the new Women’s Champion. Basic stuff here.
Post match, Luna hit Jackie with a forearm to the back. Gangrel went into the ring and hit a leaping Impaler DDT on Jackie.
Analysis: That’s two moments in this show where men hit wrestling moves on helpless women. That doesn’t happen anymore. It was a good way to get cheap heat in this era.
The Rock is up next.
A video package aired showing the first few weeks of Tazz’ run in the WWF. They showed Tazz in the streets saying that people he grew up with are either dead or in jail. Tazz said you can’t hurt him, you can’t stop him and then his catchphrase “the mood is about to change” to end it.
The Rock was interviewed by Kevin Kelly in the backstage area. Rock cut off Kelly when the fans chanted “Rocky” loudly. Rock did his “finally” bit to a big pop. Rock had a question for Kelly: “Have you ever had any pie?” Kelly said he had some apple pie in the afternoon with Rock saying it looks like he has had more. Rock mentioned “poontang pie.” Kelly tried to act as though he’s had a lot of poontang pie and Rock said he was lying, so he said he’s never had a piece of poontang pie. Rock held up a new Poontang Pie shirt that he put on Kelly’s head. Rock said that the question is who is The Rock going to face at WrestleMania, is it Triple H or Cactus Jack? Rock told Big Show he’s not going to stand in the way of his path to WrestleMania. Rock said he was meant to electrify the millions and millions of Rock fans. Rock wondered if poontang pie was boring Kelly and told him to enjoy it. Rock spoke about tonight saying that he’s going to team up with Cactus Jack later, which drew a big pop from the crowd. Rock ripped on the Radicalz by saying Saturn last, then listing planets and mentioning Uranus, which drew a pop as well. Rock told them to stick their new contracts up their candy ass. There was another “Rocky” chant as he ended it with his “if ya smell what The Rock is cooking” bit.
Analysis: The Rock’s promos get better every week. It’s the perfect mix of comedy and showing intensity when it was needed. The crowd was eating out of his hands every time he spoke. That is why is one of the best talkers ever and in my opinion he is the best.
The Godfather and D-Lo Brown were shown backstage to get the Ho Train ready.
The Godfather and D-Lo Brown made their entrance accompanied by the Ho Train to a big ovation. Godfather did a pre-match promo hyping up the crowd that was interrupted. The Dudleys were up next with the crowd booing them.
The Dudley Boyz (Bubba Ray and D-Von Dudley) vs. The Godfather and D-Lo Brown
Pre-match notes: The Dudleys were the heels while Godfather and Brown were the faces.
Godfather with a boot to the face of D-Von followed by a back body drop and a clothesline. Godfather with a body slam, Brown with a splash and Godfather with a clothesline. D-Von hit Brown with a forearm to take control. D-Von missed a leg drop off the ropes. Godfather with a clothesline followed by a body slam. Godfather splashed D-Von against the turnbuckle. The Ho’s jumped on the apron for some reason. Bubba with a chop block on Godfather. Brown tagged in, clothesline on D-Von, body slam on Bubba and Brown hit a leg drop on Bubba while the girls checked on D-Von. Brown hit the Sky High sitout powerbomb. Brown went up top and hit a Frog Splash on D-Von, but Bubba was there to break up the pin. The Dudleys hit the 3D (Dudley Death Drop) on Brown for the pinfall win at 2:51.
Winners by pinfall: The Dudley Boyz
Analysis: *1/2 It was a quality win to put over the Dudleys to continue giving them positive momentum. The spot where the girls went on the apron for a random reason was silly. The finish was well done.
Post match, Bubba set up a table in front of the announce table. D-Von pointed at the EMT Barbara Bush that was at ringside and grabbed her to put her through the table. Bubba grabbed BB, he stood on the announce table and set up for a Powerbomb, but Edge and Christian showed up to break it up. The Hardy Boyz were there too. Christian hit Bubba in the back with a chair. They saved BB, so the Dudleys left with Bubba saying it was “this close” to happening.
Analysis: The booking of the Dudleys at this time was incredible. They got so much heel heat for their actions. It really worked well.
There was another replay of the four Radicalz turning heel on Cactus Jack in the opening segment.
Cactus Jack was interviewed by Michael Cole in the locker room. Jack said that you should not count Cactus Jack out. He said 15 years, they have told Mick Foley he is too slow and not strong enough. He said for 15 years he has been proving people wrong. Jack said that he will get through tonight, he’ll get through Hell in a Cell and he’ll go onto WrestleMania because it’s meant to be.
Analysis: A very good promo from Foley like usual.
The heel side of the main event were shown getting ready for the main event.
If you thought that Triple H stood for Hunter Hearst Helmsley, you may be wrong according to sign.
The entrances for the main event took place with WWF Champion Triple H and X-Pac entering with Stephanie McMahon-Helmsley and Tori. The four men in the Radicalz made their entrance to some generic theme song.
Cactus Jack was up first for his team to a big pop from the crowd. The Rock’s ovation was even louder, which was no surprise. Rikishi and Too Cool’s music hit, so they ran down to the ring to join the match.
Triple H, X-Pac, Chris Benoit, Perry Saturn and Dean Malenko (w/Stephanie McMahon-Helmsley, Tori and Eddie Guerrero) vs. Cactus Jack, The Rock, Rikishi, Scotty 2 Hotty and Grandmaster Sexay
Pre-match notes: Triple H’s team were the heels while the Jack/Rock team were the faces.
The crowd was going crazy as they fought all over the arena. Rikishi hit a belly to belly on X-Pac. Everybody else left to the floor to brawl around the arena. The crowd was so loud. It was insane! What a pop. Stephanie was on commentary for the match.
The match settled down with Sexay hitting a neckbreaker on X-Pac and he missed a leg drop. Saturn tagged in against Scotty, who hit a bulldog followed by the W-O-R-M leading to a chop to the head. The crowd was screaming wildly for it. Malenko with a cheap shot knee to the back leading to a Saturn belly to belly suplex on Scotty. Malenko tagged in with a jumping heel kick. Clothesline by Malenko and Scotty hit a reverse suplex on Malenko. This crowd was so loud as Rikishi tagged in. Rikishi hit a clothesline on Malenko, then Malenko tried a sunset flip, realized what he had done and tagged in Benoit. Rikishi with a Samoan Drop on Benoit. Benoit with a forearm to Rikishi’s back followed by a German Suplex. Rikishi came back with a belly to belly suplex on Benoit. Rikishi charged in with a running back splash against the turnbuckle. Jack tagged in to a huge pop as he stomped away on Benoit against the turnbuckle with Stephanie yelling at the referee. Jack punched Triple H and they went brawling around ringside with Jack punching him. Saturn and X-Pac attacked Jack and sent him back in the ring. Hunter tagged in with punches on Jack followed by stomps against the turnbuckle. Jack with a punch to the head, X-Pac back in and Jack hit a neckbreaker on him.
The Rock got a tag to a huge ovation. Wow, that was massive. Rock with a punch to X-Pac, spinebuster on Malenko and spinebuster on Benoit. Rock Bottom on X-Pac. Triple H broke up the pin. Rikishi with a kick to Triple H and Saturn tagged in with a superkick on Rock. Clothesline by Rock to X-Pac. Sexay tagged in with a leg drop off the top rope. Eddie tripped up Sexay, so X-Pac with a spin kick to the face of Sexay. Hunter tagged in with a knee to the face as the crowd greeted him with “asshole” chants. Saturn back in with a clothesline on Sexay. Benoit in with Saturn with a back elbow followed by some snot rockets onto Sexay and Benoit hit a belly to back suplex on Sexay for a two count. Hunter went back in with a suplex on Sexay leading to Saturn hitting a leg drop for two. The heels made quick tags to continue to isolate Sexay, who came back with a double DDT on Benoit and Malenko at the same time. Jack got the hot tag with punches on Benoit. Referee Earl Hebner tried to tell Jack he was not the legal man even though we all saw the tag. The match broke down with everybody brawling around the ring. Hunter hit a Pedigree on Sexay and Benoit went up top with a headbutt on Sexay. Jack with a punch to Benoit’s back, but the referee didn’t stop the count and Benoit covered Sexay to win the match for his team at 10:59.
Winners by pinfall: Triple H, X-Pac, Chris Benoit, Perry Saturn and Dean Malenko
Analysis: ****1/4 That was an incredible match although the ending had some flaws because the referee was acting like Sexay didn’t tag in Jack even though he clearly did. Plus, Jack did that forearm to the back of Benoit and it didn’t lead to a breakup of the pin. Somebody messed that up somehow. If they didn’t have that issue I would have given this an even higher rating. It felt longer than it was. The crowd was as hot for this as they were for any match in Raw history. You don’t get crowds like this often. I’m sure the guys in this match will remember this crowd forever. I think they went with that finish because they wanted to put Benoit over as a “new” guy in the WWF while also putting the emphasis on the Radicalz group as being winners.
After the match, all ten guys started brawling. The New Age Outlaws joined the party with lead pipes that they used to knock down all of the faces.
The lights went out in the arena as everything stopped all of a sudden. Paul Bearer on the stage in a red jacket and a black suit. Kane’s music hit as the arena erupted again with Kane walking down to the ring with a purpose.
Kane went into the ring and cleared house. Kane with a Chokeslam on Saturn. Kane with a Chokeslam on Billy Gunn. Kane stood in the ring and set off the pyro to end the show with the other faces in the ring with him. The heels left up the ramp.
Analysis: That was a great way to bring back Kane with his “father” Paul Bearer by his side. The crowd gave Kane one of the biggest reactions of his career because it was easy to feel sympathy for him after Tori turned on him.
This episode had a run time of 1:33:19 on WWE Network.
Three Stars of the Show
- The Rock
- Cactus Jack
- Triple H
This Raw episode gets a 8.5 out of 10.
The show was carried by the main event, post match save by Kane and the opening segment. They really executed those segments well in front of the best crowds I have ever seen in the history of Raw.
I know people will read this saying “how can you give it 8.5 when there was bad stuff?” and my answer is because the good far outweighed the bad and that’s why I can give it such a good score. It was one of the best Raw’s from this era and the main event absolutely delivered an exciting match that I’ll never forget.
This is one of those Raw’s I recommend you should watch again if you have the time because it’s pretty special.
I’ll be back on Thursday with the Smackdown review for the same week.
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