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After the Party

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:15 Spanish Language Version

[Shot of Kim putting her head in her hands]
On-screen text: ¿qué estaba pensando?
Voiceover: ¿En qué estaba pensando?
Sound FX: Sounds of a heavy sigh
[Cut to footage of teens at a party, dancing and drinking (Footage stylized to reflect flashback)]
On-screen text: no estaba pensando
me drogué
Voiceover: No estaba pensando porque usé drogas.
Sound FX: Ambient party sounds and music fade up
[Guy and Kim caressing and flirting]
On-screen text: me acosté con un tipo
Voiceover: Entonces me metí con un tipo.
Sound FX: Music continues
[Guy and Kim caressing and flirting - freeze frame.]
On-screen text: tengo VIH
Voiceover: Y ahora tengo . . . VIH.
Sound FX: Music distorts and drops out at the line " . . . HIV"
[Fade to black.]
[Cut to title card with text typing on screen]
On-screen text: drogas + VIH > edúcate
[HHS and NIDA logos]
On-screen text: Un mensaje de servicio al público del Departamento de Salud y Servicios Humanos de los Estados Unidos y de esta estación
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