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===Opening Monologue===
 
===Opening Monologue===
''"The tempting siren's song of fame has shipwrecked countless humans on the jagged rocks of disillusion. The yearning to feel the eyes of the world upon you is buried deep in the hearts of creatures whose lives too often feel the dull cold drag of anonymity. Gargoyles are not immune to these emotions or to their consequences."''
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''"The tempting siren's song of fame has shipwrecked countless [[human]]s on the jagged rocks of disillusion. The yearning to feel the eyes of the [[Earth|world]] upon you is buried deep in the hearts of creatures whose lives too often feel the dull cold drag of anonymity. [[Gargoyle]]s are not immune to these emotions or to their consequences."''
  
 
==First Appearances==
 
==First Appearances==
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* [[Lamont]]
 
* [[Shauna Coyle]]
 
* [[Shauna Coyle]]
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==Discontinuity==
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* Despite "[[The Journey (TGC)|The Journey]]" and "[[The Dying of the Light]]" depicting The [[Quarrymen]] to be extremist who genuinely believe that gargoyles are a threat, they seem to believe otherwise here as they set [[Broadway]] up to fire off weapons to discredit him.
  
 
==External Link==
 
==External Link==

Revision as of 20:38, 25 November 2020

"Broadway Goes to Hollywood" is the fourth episode of the non-canonical The Goliath Chronicles, and the 69th televised episode of the series.

Summary

Opening Monologue

"The tempting siren's song of fame has shipwrecked countless humans on the jagged rocks of disillusion. The yearning to feel the eyes of the world upon you is buried deep in the hearts of creatures whose lives too often feel the dull cold drag of anonymity. Gargoyles are not immune to these emotions or to their consequences."

First Appearances

Discontinuity

External Link

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