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Orest Gorbachev
Orest Gorbachev


The series revolves around Jerrica Benton, the owner and manager of Starlight Music, and her alter-ego Jem, lead singer of the rock group the Holograms.[7] Jerrica adopts the persona of Jem with the help of a holographic computer, known as Synergy, which was built by Jerrica's father to be "the ultimate audio-visual entertainment synthesizer" and is bequeathed to her after his death. Jerrica is able to command Synergy to project the hologram of Jem over herself by means of the remote micro-projectors in her earrings, thus disguising her features and clothing, enabling her to assume the Jem persona. Jem, through the use of her earrings, is also able to project holograms around her and uses this ability throughout the series to avoid danger and provide special effects for the performances of her group.


Anyway, using the magic of holograms, the Holograms -- a four piece rock band who are definitely not mechanics -- rebuild a racecar in one night, and since the driver is injured, Jem drives the car in the Indy 500 herself.

Oh but wait, it gets better: Rather than let her rival die in a fireball of her own making, Pizzazz jumps the fence, carjacks a racer while he's at a pit stop, then causes a wreck that takes out a bunch of other cars, and goes neck-and-neck with Jem while Jem uses holograms to convince Pizzazz that she's hallucinating her own scolding conscience.

Here's the thing about using a phenomenally powerful super-computer that can project realistic holograms over long distances: Occasionally, you're going to need to move it, and when that move is to Washington DC, the Secret Service gets a little understandably curious about what kind of Doomsday Device you're bringing to your meeting with the President.


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