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Episode IV: A New Hotel

The Fangirls wake up to find themselves in Las Vegas, able to attend a convention and get some respite at a fancy hotel. A fan of Ally’s brings to light the tensions in the group: particularly between Ally and Lexy, and the masks they wear to protect themselves.

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Special Thanks From Marie-Claire To:

All Fangirls and…

The whole Galactic Fempire, Joanna Wallace, Alysha Black, Hammie, BlindmanBaldwin, MatsNerdCorner, Melian, Ty Black, Natasha Fox, Alli Nasr, Isabellamx, Nedi, Sleemo, Lady V., Rachel, Riri, and all of Ladies of Star Wars twitter. My Husband who understands my Crazy, my kids who.. tolerate my Crazy.

Written and Directed by Marie-Claire Gould

Engineered by Kristina Manente

Original Music by Christy Carew Marshall

Produced by Kyle Gould

Production Assistant Amy Wishman Nalan

Original Icon by Shi Anne

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