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->''[[CallToAdventure Get your ass to Mars]].''

''Total Recall'' is a 1990 Sci-fi film loosely based on Creator/PhilipKDick's short story "We Can Remember It For You Wholesale", starring Creator/ArnoldSchwarzenegger and directed by Creator/PaulVerhoeven.

On its face it's a sci-fi take on a spy thriller, set in memories implanted into a bored construction worker of the future... [[OrWasItADream or is it]]? Because of all the AlternateCharacterInterpretation, the film is often called "The thinking man's action movie."

Douglas Quaid (Arnold S.) is tired of life TwentyMinutesIntoTheFuture. His literal life's dream is to get his ass to Mars as a way of escaping his humdrum existence. A commercial for the Rekall brand "Ego Trip" induces Quaid to try one of the trips, which are just implanted memories of a vacation that he'd never be able to take in person. Quaid elects for an enhanced set of fake memories that cast him in the role of a super spy--sort of a memory novella that he will remember living through. When something goes wrong with the procedure, he discovers that his entire life is a lie, and that in reality, he ''is'' a super spy working under deep cover. [[OrWasItADream Or is he]]?

The viewer is constantly challenged to decide if Quaid's experiences are real or all just a result of his "ego trip." The film is also well known for its special effects and over-the-top gore, like [[Film/RoboCop1987 some]] [[Film/StarshipTroopers other]] notable Verhoeven films. Highlights include tons of [[CoolGun cool guns]], [[MultiBoobage three-breasted mutants]], and a [[TheProblemWithLicensedGames bizarre]] NES tie-in game ([[RuleOfThree Or do they?]])

[[Film/TotalRecall2012 A less-campy remake starring Colin Farrell]] was released in 2012.

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!!''Total Recall'' provides examples of:

* ActionGirl: Melina. Thumbelina qualifies due to how much ass she kicks during the brothel shootout.
* AdaptationExpansion: PhilipKDick's short story "We Can Remember It for You Wholesale". The PiersAnthony novelization of the movie expands on things even further, giving a few glimpses into the alien race that created the reactors and adding a bit of gratuitous sex.
* AllJustADream: ... OrWasItADream
* AllThereInTheManual: The aliens' motivations and a good deal of their culture are explored in the novelization.
* AllYourBaseAreBelongToUs: The Mars Resistance base after Cohaagen's forces attack.
* AmnesiacDissonance
* AnArmAndALeg: [[spoiler:Richter]] gets both his arms ripped off in his [[spoiler:death scene]].
* ArtisticLicensePhysics
** Mars is roughly under half an AU from Earth at closest approach, meaning it should take at least three minutes each way for the {{Video Phone}}s to send messages.
** There are so many things wrong with Mars in this film.
*** The finale is especially egregious though: melting the frozen core of the planet fills the atmosphere with water, turning Mars into an earth-like, perfectly viable planet in a few seconds. [[SarcasmMode Yeah, it makes perfect sense.]] Bigger problem: a ''frozen planetary core?!'' The [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ideal_gas_law ideal gas law]], ''PV = nrT'', shows that pressure and temperature are positively correlated (ie the higher the pressure, the higher the temperature). Think about it.
*** Another problem with Mars is how the atmosphere is treated. In reality, Mars has an atmosphere that's too thin for humans to breathe, but the movie treats it as though there's no atmosphere whatsoever so that when someone steps outside, they're essentially in the vacuum of space. They also [[ExplosiveDecompression violently swell up]], something that realistically wouldn't even happen in space, and ''really'' wouldn't happen on the surface of Mars.
** In the fight scene in the memory implantation suite on Mars, one of the technicians attacks Quaid with a slender metal rod, but between the more than meter of metal and his own strength, he's not able to even raise a bruise on Quaid when he parries the rod with his bare forearm, but it's still strong enough for Quaid to drive it through his attacker's skull. Being able to drive the thick metal lug that had held one of the restraining cuffs to the chair (before Quaid simply lifts the restraint straight up out of the arm) into another technician's neck and create a rather neat, circular wound is similarly silly. (OK, it's an Arnold fight scene so the laws of physics tend to go out the window, but things really should make more sense than that.)
** Or these are clues that these events are not real....
* ATeamFiring
** Richter's goons surround [[spoiler:Hauser's hologram]] on all sides, firing from less than 10 feet away without ever hitting [[spoiler: each other]] even though the bullets should be passing right through [[spoiler: the hologram]].
** And then, in the ''same scene'' some other goons die because the bullets do go through [[spoiler:the hologram]]. It's bad enough that the gunfire works silly, but much worse when it's inconsistently silly.
* AutomatedAutomobiles: Johnny Cab on Earth.
* {{Ax Crazy}}: Richter shows signs of this.
* BigBadDuumvirate: Vilos Cohaagen and [[spoiler:Hauser]], who formulated the plan to take down the Mars Resistance together.
* BigBadFriend: [[spoiler: Benny]] and, believe it or not, [[spoiler: Hauser.]]
* BlastingItOutOfTheirHands: As Lori is about to stab Melina to death, Quaid shoots the knife out of her hand.
* BlondesAreEvil: Lori.
* BodyHorror: Mutants, especially [[spoiler: Kuato]].
** "Take this thing out of the case, and stick it up your nose."
* BondOneLiner: Expected, for a Ahnold film.
** "Considah dat a divorce."
** "See you ad da pardy, [[spoiler:Richta!]]"
* BreakingTheBonds: Quaid breaks metal shackles twice.
* BrokenRecord
-->10 GET YOUR ASS TO MARS\\
20 GOTO 10
** "Two weeks. Two weeks...two weeks, twoweekstwotweekstwoweeks..."
* BrainwashResidue: After Quaid breaks Melina out of the constraints one of the Recall machines, it seems just a bit of the Housewife programming made it though, but not by much.
--> '''Quaid''': Are you all right? Are you still you?
--> '''Melina''': I'm not sure, dear.
* BulletproofHumanShield: Played painfully, painfully straight. Quaid uses a dead bystander this way in the subway scene and by the time Quaid and his meat shield get to the top of the escalator the corpse is basically Swiss cheese, but still no bullets go through to strike Quaid.
* CaliforniaDoubling: Mexico City
* CatapultNightmare: At the beginning, Douglas Quaid wakes up with a jolt from a nightmare of dying of suffocation on Mars.
* CatFight: Between Lori and Melina.
-->"That's your wife? What a ''bitch''...."
* CatharticScream: The dragon does this at least once after Quaid has gotten away from him.
* ChaseFight: Between Quaid and Richter as Benny drives Quaid to the Last Resort.
* ChekhovsGun: The hologram wrist device and the [[DrillTank drilling machine]].
* ClimacticElevatorRide: Quaid takes an elevator ride up to his final showdown with Cohaagen over the fate of Mars.
* ClusterFBomb: [[StealthPun Technically]], the looping "'''Get your ass to Mars'''" may count.
* CompletelyDifferentTitle: Apparently translating the title was difficult, leading to things such as ''Voyage au centre de la mémoire'' ("Journey to the Center of the memory"), ''O Vingador do Futuro'' (The Avenger of the Future), ''Desafio Total'' (Total Challenge), ''Atto di forza'' ("Act of (brute) force")... And all of those are completely different from the original short story's, ''We Can Remember It For You Wholesale''.
** That's why in Romania, where foreign movies are subtitled not dubbed, they didn't even bother with a translation. The movie was marketed as Total Recall. Same for the sequel.
* CoolGuns: Look for street sweepers whenever [[TheDragon Richter]] is really pissed off. Also the cool magazine-on-the-back Calico weapons.
* CrapsackWorld: Mars is definitely this.
* ContinuousDecompression: Hull breaches on the Mars station causes a storm capable of hurling people through the air, despite the pressure difference being just one atmosphere. (14 psi)
* CorruptCorporateExecutive: Ronny Cox is back in this role again, like [[Film/RoboCop1987 a previous Verhoeven film]].
* CuckooNest: During the RedPillBluePill scene where Quaid supposedly is in a dream and Dr. Edgemar wants Quaid to take a pill so he'll wake up.
* CyberPunk
* DarkActionGirl: Lori, Quaid's wife.
* DarkIsNotEvil / LightIsNotGood: Ironically, the script makes [[spoiler: lovable blonde girl-next-door Lori a villain]], while [[spoiler: the dark-skinned, slutty ("sleazy," to use Quaid's term), and rude Melina is the sympathetic one]].
* DeathByIrony: [[spoiler: Cohaagen, who controls all the air on Mars, ''dies in the thin atmosphere of the Red Planet''.]]
* DisguisedInDrag: Quaid in the "fat woman" suit.
* DisneyVillainDeath: [[spoiler:Richter]]. Although unlike most Disney villain deaths, its purpose was definitely ''not'' to avoid gore - it's quite gory, except in the M-rated version.
* DivorceRequiresDeath: *gunshot* "Consider that a divorce."
* DomedHometown: The Mars colony.
* DopplegangerSpin: Quaid's wrist {{hologram}} device gives him a single image version.
* TheDragon: Richter, to Cohaagen.
* DragonWithAnAgenda: Richter nearly screws up Cohaagen's plans several times, because Cohaagen wants Quaid alive for whatever his plans are, and Richter is constantly trying to kill him to avenge his wife Lori, whom Quaid killed (and the fact that Lori was Quaid's 'wife' for a while and was constantly in bed with him can't have helped either).
* DrillTank: Coincidentally, defeated with [[ThisIsADrill a drill]].
* DVDCommentary: The one for this film is particularly hilarious. For one, Verhoeven's Dutch accent, coupled with Schwarzenegger's Austrian accent, serve to make it almost unintelligible. Schwarzenegger's commentary consists almost entirely of making jokes about the [[{{Multiboobage}} three-breasted hooker]], a grating tendency for [[CaptainObvious stating the patently obvious]] ("This is me as a construction worker", "I used this guy as a HumanShield and then threw him down the escalator"), and expressing how he likes certain parts of the movie because they serve to reinforce the possibility that it's AllJustADream. Verhoeven for his part has a VerbalTic that leads him to end most of his sentences with "Izznit?"
* ElevatorActionSequence
* EvenEvilHasLovedOnes
** Richter is definitely upset at the loss of his lover.
** And Cohaagen over the loss of his friend, [[spoiler:Hauser]].
* EveryCarIsAPinto: The Johnny Cab that Quaid hijacks, which drives itself into a wall.
* EvilAllAlong: [[spoiler: Hauser. Mindfuck, much?]]
* ExcuseMeComingThrough: Well, he was carrying a gun, what did you expect?
* ExplosiveDecompression
* ExpositionBeam
* EyeScream: The eyes of characters exposed to the near-vacuum atmosphere of Mars. Even if they recover from suffocation, they should be blind after their eyes have taken that kind of abuse. But then, the entire movie seems to be a case of EyesAreUnbreakable.
* FadeToWhite
** This was done to suggest the possibility that Quaid was being ''lobotomised'' as suggested earlier by Dr. Edgemar.
** Or, you know, [[MindScrew that's just his vacation ending.]]
* FailedASpotCheck: Quaid seems unaware of Kuato's resistance movement, despite it being featured on the news at the beginning of the film. Apparently, he simply tuned out the words "terrorist attack" and focussed solely on the Mars part.
* FauxActionGirl: Subverted by Quaid's "wife" Lori. At one point, she ''seems'' to be becoming one, then proceeds to start kicking ass all over again.
* FakeMemories: Rekall's business model.
* FakeStatic: Richter (blaming sunspots), when Cohaagen is trying to give him orders.
* {{Foreshadowing}}: Multiple examples
* GambitRoulette: Cohaagen's plan, with LampshadeHanging:
-->'''Vilos Cohaagen:''' Richter goes hog-wild screwing up everything that I spent a year planning. Frankly... I'm amazed it worked!
* GirlOfMyDreams: Melina, to Quaid.
* {{Gorn}}: ''Tons'' of it.
* GoneHorriblyWrong: Quaid's memory implantation at Rekall. [[MindScrew Supposedly]].
* GreenEyedMonster: Richter's enthusiasm to kill Quaid appears to be based primarily around the fact that Richter's wife was the agent assigned to pose as Quaid's wife Lori. And that she clearly enjoyed several aspects of that particular mission. [[spoiler: At least until Lori gets killed, at which point his motives centre on good old-fashioned revenge.]]
* GroinAttack: Multiple examples
** Lori does this to Quaid twice the first time she fights him: once with her fist, once with a kick. Later in the film she stomps on them after capturing him. Geez, she must have some grudge because she once pretended to be his wife and must have had sex with him at some points, huh? [[spoiler:After that many attacks on his privates, you can't really blame Quaid for killing Lori, now can you?]]
** Richter does it to a patron of the Last Resort during the assault on the place.
** The little person prostitute does it to Richter's partner with a ''knife''. Ouch.
* HandyCuffs: Quaid, after he's captured by the bad guys on Mars.
* HoistByHisOwnPetard: [[spoiler:"I never wanted this. I wanted Hauser back. But no. You ''had'' to be Quaid!"]]
* {{Hologram}}: Lori's tennis teaching simulation and a wrist device that creates a false image of its wearer.
* HologramProjectionImperfection: Almost every time a hologram appears in the movie it has static.
* HookerWithAHeartOfGold: When Melina isn't fighting to liberate Mars, she works as a prostitute.
* HumanShield: The poor bastard on the escalator with the backpack. Quaid discovers he's being attacked when the first volley of gunfire hits the guy he uses as a human shield and causes him a severe case of death. Multiple gunshot wounds to the upper chest, neck, and head will do that to a fella.
* IDontPayYouToThink: Cohaagen gives a version of this as he berates a subordinate:
-->'''Cohaagen''': First you try to kill Quaid, then he escapes!
-->'''Richter''': He had help from our side, sir.
-->'''Cohaagen''': I know that.
-->'''Richter''': But I thought...
-->'''Cohaagen''': Who told you to think? I don't give you enough information to think. You do what you're told. That's what you do.
* IHaveAFamily: Benny the cab driver has four kids to feed, and likes to bring it up to potential fares. [[spoiler: [[BlatantLies Or was it]] [[TheMole five?]]]]
* ImminentDangerClue: Quaid realizes Lori and the doctor are about to kill him from the bead of sweat rolling down the doctor's head.
* IndyHatRoll: Quaid, right after arriving on Mars, to escape enemy pursuit.
* InsideAComputerSystem
* InWorkingOrder: The switch that activates the alien device.
* IronicEcho: "See you at the party."
* ItsASmallWorldAfterAll: Mars has ''one'' red light district (Venusville), and is arranged into sectors that number enough to be designated ''letters of the alphabet''. Since we don't know how much of Mars was colonized, it's possible that the human population there all lives in the same city.
* LaResistance: Kuato's martian rebels.
* LaserGuidedKarma: [[spoiler:Cohaagen turns off the air supply for Venusville and later kicks over a fishbowl, callously leaving both to die from suffocation. He later dies himself the same way, suffocating in the thin atmosphere of Mars.]]
* LeaveNoSurvivors: When Richter and his men pursue Quaid and Melina into the mutant district, they escape and Richter shoots the first person who refuses to answer him. When they retaliate, he orders the soldiers to kill everyone and barely escapes from the ensuing slaughter himself.
* {{Lobotomy}}: Quaid is told by one of his co-workers it is what nearly happened to a friend of his when he went to Rekall. Later in the movie, [[spoiler:Quaid is told that he is hallucinating the adventure in his brain and that if he doesn't exit it, he will be lobotomised. It's left ambiguous as to whether the man who told Quaid was lying or whether Quaid was indeed lobotomised.]] [[note]]It's more about how laymen misuse the term "lobotomy" to refer to any sort of brain-tampering effect that diminishes intellect or willpower. Lobotomy is actually a specific clinical procedure -- the surgical severing of a particular cluster of nerve fibers -- so having one's mind damaged by Rekall's ''non-surgical'' memory-modification technology wouldn't qualify as one.[[/note]]
* LockDown: Happens twice.
* LookBehindYou: How the {{Hologram}} wrist device is used.
* LotusEaterMachine: Rekall has one, and will plug you in for a modest fee. [[spoiler:Quaid may have been in it for most of the movie.]]
* MadeOfPlasticine
* MakeAnExampleOfThem: The reason Cohaggen gives for letting the mutants in Venusville die of asphyxiation.
* ManchurianAgent: Quaid.
* UsefulNotes/{{Mars}}: Quaid spends most of the film on Mars.
* MemoryGambit
* MindScrew: Quaid's entire adventure follows the plot of the super spy vacation he orders, as described by the Rekall salesman. Coincidence?!? [[OverlyLongGag Or was it?]]
* MinionShipping: Richter and Lori.
* TheMole: [[spoiler:Benny, and technically Quaid as well.]]
* MomentKiller: While Quaid and Melina are kissing in the catacombs.
* MookLieutenant: Everett, the chief guard on mars, and Helm, Richter's lead goon who accompy's him for half of the film [[spoiler: before meeting a rather gruesome end during the bar shoot-out]].
* {{Multiboobage}}: The triple-breasted hooker
* MyGirlIsNotASlut: Richter, about Lori.
-->'''Helm:''' I'd be upset too if a guy like Quaid was porking my old lady.
-->'''Ritcher:''' Are you saying she ''liked'' it?
-->'''Helm:''' [[SarcasmMode No, I'm sure she hated every minute of it!]]
* NeckSnap: In Quaid's first fight against Cohaagen's goons, one of them checks out this way in a rather gratuitous fashion.
* NoOntologicalInertia
** Quaid and Melina, who somehow instantly recover from [[spoiler:Decompression]] fairly quickly, despite it being previously shown to turn people into jelly.
** It seems that the [[spoiler: alien reactor]] also managed to bring the pressure to Earth-Norm, but it still shouldn't have been that fast.
* NoOSHACompliance: Rather than kicking in automatically, the emergency pressure doors in the Mars spaceport terminal have to be manually activated while potentially (as happens in the film) fighting against being sucked into a near-vacuum.
* NoteToSelf: The video messages Hauser leaves for Quaid.
* OneWorldOrder: Cohaagen.
* OrWasItADream: The ending is intentionally ambiguous about the nature of Quaid's fantasy.
** If it was as dream, has it GoneHorriblyWrong, or not? [[MindScrew Does the film end with him being lobotomized, or is that just the end of his vacation??]]
** If it was not a dream, then it has GoneHorriblyWrong for [[spoiler:Hauser]].
** It all comes down to whether the the scene between when they start the implantation process and when Quaid wakes up in the Johnny Cab is a part of the hallucination or if it really happened. And there's absolutely nothing that says one way or the other.
* OverlyNervousFlopSweat: when Rekall's President Dr. Edgemar meets Quaid to convince him that he is caught in his memories and should take a pill as a smybol of his desire to break out of it, Quaid puts the pill in his mouth and pretends to swallow it while watching Dr. Edgemar's reaction. When he sees a drop of sweat running down the doctor's face, he knows it's a trap and kills him.
* {{Planetville}}: Even the presence of other tropes reinforce this. For example, [[spoiler:the atmospheric pressurization is so fast]] that if it was interpreted as accurate, it not only shrinks the colony to appreciable city-size, but the ''whole damn planet''.
* PreMortemOneLiner:
** ''[[spoiler:Benny!]] SCREW! YOOOOOOUUUUUUUUU!!
** From [[spoiler: the bomb itself]]: "Get ready for a surpriiiise!"
* ProductPlacement: Fuji Film, Jack in the Box, Pepsi, and more.
* PsychicPowers: Kuato and a number of other mutants.
* PublisherChosenTitle: See AdaptationExpansion above.
* PunchClockVillain: [[spoiler: Lori]]
* PutTheirHeadsTogether: Quaid to two of the {{mooks}} who attacked him after he left Rekall.
* LaResistance: The mutant rebels.
* RareGuns: The Pankor Jackhammer, though it is actually a Cobray Sweet Streeper made to look like one. It's not very convincing, but damn if it doesn't look cool.
* RedHerringShirt: Quaid masquerading as a woman.
* RedLightDistrict: Venusville on Mars.
* RedPillBluePill: A choice offered to Quaid by a Rekall psychologist.
* SchrodingersButterfly: [[spoiler:Is it a memory implant gone awry, or all real? In the short story ''We Can Remember It for You Wholesale'' that inspired this (can't say based on, can't even say very, very loosely based on), it ''did'' really happen.]]
* SelfDisposingVillain: [[spoiler:Technically, Quaid kills neither Richter nor Cohaagen. The first one has his arms cut off by a moving elevator and [[DisneyVillainDeath falls to his death]], and the BigBad suffocates when exposed to Martian atmosphere]].
* [[ShoutOut/{{Films}} Shout Out]]
** To ''Capricorn One''.
** There's also one to [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hzl9Tp24H44 Botco]], an early [[AllCGICartoon CG short]] by [[Creator/DreamWorksAnimation Pacific Data Images]].
** Quaid using a towel to avoid detection and the three-breasted hooker may be references to ''TheHitchhikersGuideToTheGalaxy''.
* SignatureStyle: You know it's a Creator/PaulVerhoeven movie when there's ridiculously over-the-top violence and long action sequences, slightly campy special effects, and lots of gratuitous nudity.
* SpareBodyParts: A prostitute on Mars has extra assets.
* SpicyLatina: Melina.
* SpitefulSpit: Melina to Cohaagen.
* SuperWindowJump: Richter jumps through the front window of The Last Resort brothel to escape the firefight going on inside.
* TakingYouWithMe: Richter and Johnny Cab both try this on Quaid.
* TanksForTheMemories
* TapOnTheHead: On Earth, Quaid knocks Lori unconscious with a single punch. On Mars she returns the favor with a kick to the face.
* {{Terraform}}: [[spoiler:Mars, at the end of the movie.]]
* TheseHandsHaveKilled: Quaid does this right after he slaughters the five agents (one of them being his best friend/co-worker, supposedly) trying to kill him on Earth, before he goes back to his "wife" Lori. He actually has their blood on his hands at the time.
* TheTapeKnewYouWouldSayThat: Hauser leaves instructions to Quaid, anticipates how Quaid is going to react at various points, and seems to know roughly how long it'll take him to remove the tracking device, before continuing.
* ThisIsADrill: Quaid to Benny.
* TitleDrop
-->'''Richter:''' In an hour he could have total recall.
* TrackingChip: Quaid has been implanted with a tracking chip in his head which he manages to find out about and remove before the bad guys can reach him.
* TwentyMinutesIntoTheFuture: We have seen the future, and it is the public transportation system of Mexico City.
* UncleTomfoolery: Benny the cab driver, [[spoiler:until he reveals himself as a mutant collaborator]]. And especially after [[spoiler:that turns out to be a lie and he was EvilAllAlong.]]
* UsedFuture
* VideoPhone: Used on both Earth and Mars. Talking to someone on Mars was as easy as phoning them up on Earth. In fact, Cohaagen (when on Mars) uses his vid phone to call Richter (on Earth) without any technical difficulties or time delay.
* VillainousBreakdown: Richter has a brief one after [[spoiler:Lori's death]], but pulls himself together quite quickly after nearly killing himself and his head goon.
** [[spoiler:Cohaagen, when he's forced to kill his best friend from turning on the machine.]]
* VillainousFriendship: Cohaagen and [[spoiler:Hauser (Quaid's former identity)]]. Cohaagen acknowledges their friendship when Quaid calls the guy an asshole and makes sure he is given an obedient, mindwiped wife to "enjoy", goes into a rage when he is forced to order the death of his friend, and goes on a tirade against Quaid for making sure he's not coming back.
* TheWarOfEarthlyAggression: Mars Resistance version.
* WhamLine:
--> '''Cohaagen:''' "Now, here's a message from someone you trust..." (switches on computer screen)\\
[[spoiler: '''Hauser:''' Hey, buddy!]]
* WouldHitAGirl: Quaid has no qualms about shooting Lori, after she triumphs in a DesignatedGirlFight and sneakily starts to reach for her gun.
-->'''[[spoiler:Lori:]] ''' [[spoiler:Honey,]] [[YouWouldntShootMe you wouldn't hurt me]][[spoiler:, after all, we are married.]]\\
'''Quaid: '''[[spoiler:[[BondOneLiner Consider that a divorce]].]]
* YourHeadAsplode: Subverted, where the exploding head is a bomb-rigged animatronic prosthesis which Quaid wears as part of a costume. His deception uncovered, [[HeyCatch he tosses the head to his pursuers]], in whose hands it cracks wise and then asplodes. Also averted and played straight, since the thin Martian atmosphere causes one bad guy's head to a splode. Arnie and his gal narrowly avoid the same fate.
* YourPrincessIsInAnotherCastle: [[spoiler:Hauser basically says this to Quaid, pointing out that that's ''his'' body and he wants it back.]] So TryNotToDie.
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-->''"Don't fuck with your brain, pal! It ain't worth it!"''
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