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My Sweet Angel (Japanese:マイスウィートエンジェルMaisuu~ītoenjeru) is the third episode of the rebooted Mariala Anime series, My Sweet Life. It first aired on April 8, 2015 in the United States, and on January 2, 2015 in Japan.

Overview

Today is world-class ultimate dancer and pop princess, Alyssa Amotran's 13th birthday! As a celebration, the girls at the Mariala Youth Star Dance Company, and her friends, throw her a surprise party at her favorite place;Funtown. Her and her friends have lots of fun. However, when they were blowing out the cake, a smoke bomb appeared, and Alyssa went missing!

Who could have done this? Why it was none other than Team Fashion! They held her hostage in her chamber. However, unlike they have expected, she didn't mind being locked up in a cage. So Mimi releases her, and actually uses her positive energy for good causes.

Suddenly, the team comes up with a great idea. They are going to make Alyssa use her positive energy to charge up an invention that could potentially kill Christina! Will her friends make her snap out of this positive attitude towards the bad girls and fight back?

Ending (Contains Spoilers)

The Eight Mates arrive at Team Fashion's HQ, and battle it out with Team Fashion. In the end, Christina walks up to Alyssa and tells her that she has to hurry back to her birthday party before they get up. Alyssa then tells Christina that she wants to actually Mimi to her party. The seven of them had shocked looks on their faces. Christina fainted. In the end, Alyssa, her teammates, The Eight Mates, and Team Fashion are all at her birthday party and have a lot of fun.

Characters

Major Events

  • Team Fashion (Mimi, Jamie, Chloe and Britney) are introduced for the first time
  • Alyssa's dance team is introduced for the first time
  • Team Fashion kidnap Alyssa and use her positive energy for a machine
  • The Eight Mates go on their first heroic rescue mission to save Alyssa

Trivia

  • This episode focuses on Alyssa
  • Alyssa is revealed to have Stockholm Syndrome
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