When Jem and the Holograms’ Aunt Jem and her younger sister are reunited after a lifetime apart, they have an uncanny knack for talking to each other.
“They’re always talking to me,” Jem says in the new episode, which airs on Monday.
“And it’s amazing.”
The show, which is produced by The CW, debuted in 2015.
The sisters first meet in the episode “Aunt Jad’s Day,” when Jem’s sister gives her a letter with a note she wrote when she was a baby.
The letters are addressed to her mother, who is deceased.
Jad is able to decipher the letters because she is an orphan.
“I think it’s just a testament to the kindness and the love and the kindness of our family,” Jem tells The Hollywood Reporter about the letter.
“The fact that we have this letter from our mother, and it’s been passed down through generations, it’s still with us.”
The sisters, who have since been reunited, are eager to talk about their family history.
“We’re kind of obsessed with the idea that the first time I was born was like a whole new world,” Jem told The Hollywood Review.
“It’s just really crazy.
I’m not going to deny that.
I love it.
I have a love for it.
The show has inspired many fan fiction stories, including one in which Jem meets her cousin, who, like Jem, has a history with her family.
“The fact is, my cousin Jem is a very special person.
She’s kind, and she’s generous, and they were like, ‘Hey, you know what?
We want you to be our Aunt Jem,'” Jem told THR in 2016.
“So we’re kind to her and then we get to know her.
She has this weird thing where she just wants to give us advice, and then when she’s on a mission she does it her way.”