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Ba Nee's depression over missing her father is growing steadily worse. Using Riot's army contacts, Jerrica and the others track down the three men who could potentially be her father. One man, an amnesiac sees this investigation as a chance to learn more about his past. A gambler sees this as a ready opportunity to make some cash off of these famous celebrities.moreless
After years of being away, Riot returns home to share his newfound success with his parents. But his father, who's long disapproved of his musical talents and never forgiven him for leaving the army, kicks him out after starting a bitter fight. Things get so bad that Riot's mother, who has spent years mediating between the two, experiences a nervous collapse and winds up in the hospital. It's up to Jem to help Riot repair the damage between him and his father so that his mother can recover.moreless
After a near-death experience, Minx decides to change her bad habits. She helps out the Holograms, Rio and the Starlight girls but it's just too much. Minx gets fed up and reverts back to her old selfish self.
The Countess du Voisin introduces Jem and the Holograms to her newest protégé: Regine Cesaire, a promising young talent whose early success has gone to her head. Regine is dying to design clothes for her favorite band but takes their criticisms way too personally. She soon falls prey to the Stingers' flattery and becomes their newest designer. But the longer she stays in the Stingers' world, the more Regine realizes who her real friends are.moreless
A superstitious dowager is sponsoring a magic-themed concert to benefit a local children's hospital. Rapture, upset that Jem and the Holograms are headlining instead of the Stingers, concocts an elaborate scheme to steal the spotlight. She tricks the dowager into believing she's been possessed by Harry Houdini's spirit by enhancing her own performance skills with some of Techrat's gadgets. Jem and the Holograms can't convince the impressionable dowager that Rapture is a fraud. It's up to their new friend Astral to expose Rapture for the con artist she truly is.moreless
Riot whisks a stressed-out Jem away on a Mexican cruise, then pair then disappears and no one hears from them for months. Without Jerrica, the Misfts are able to take complete control of Starlight Music and the Starlight Foundation. Pizzazz then forces the Holograms and the remaining Stingers to join the Misfits makeing the mega group rule the airwaves. Rio, the Holograms and the Singers have to find Riot and Jem fast in order to get their lives back to normal.moreless
Jem and the Holograms are headlining a concert in Greece along with the Stingers. Rio and Jerrica have a big blowout. The Holograms find Rio and Riot fighting in the streets and the concert goes on as scheduled.
Jem and the Holograms travel to Zagreb, Yugoslavia to shoot a music video at the Zagreb Ballet. Danse accompanies them to perform in the video and search for her mother. The Ballet's controlling director Victor Krosach becomes obsessed with Danse since she resembles her mother Nadia, his former prima ballerina. His determination to keep Danse in the country leads Danse to her long-lost father.moreless
Red Johnny Mac badly needs a hit show to get him out of debt, so he gets Jem and the Holograms to star in a rock version of Beauty and the Beast. Jem, the leading lady, becomes obsessed with learning her part and discovering the identity of the actor playing the Beast. She works so hard that she collapses from exhaustion and is put on immediate bed rest shortly before opening night. It's highly doubtful that Johnny's show will be a success without Jem – especially once Pizzazz and the Misfits step in as understudies!moreless