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|Episode 55 - The Prince, a Goat, a Date and Me|
|Insert Song(s)||Come and Join This Song-Hee-Hoo|
|Coord(s)||Palps Sky Country Coord|
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The Prince, a Goat, a Date and Me is the 17th episode of the second series of the PriPara anime season and the 55th episode in the series overall. It first aired on July 25th, 2015.
Fuwari worries about how being a Princess might change who she is and she begins to reconsider Hibiki's plans.
The Summer Idol Grand Prix is fast approaching and everyone is excited. SoLaMi Smile and Dressing Pafe still need to finalize their dream teams and both really want Fuwari to join, but Fuwari is more concerned over her princess lessons.
Gloria tells Fuwari she must learn ballet in order to be able to dance more elegantly. Fuwari practices very hard and manages to learn the various ballet moves, but she begins to have doubts about if she is doing the right thing. During a confrontation by Dorothy and Laala, both of whom want Fuwari to join their respective teams, Fuwari voices her concerns and is overheard by Hibiki's personal butler.
Hibiki, worried Fuwari is losing heart, decides to take her out on a date, buying her a new dress, then taking her to dinner and dancing. Hibiki encourages Fuwari to do her best at becoming a princess and gives her a pair of purple glass slippers.
The next day however, Fuwari thinks on what Hibiki told her when Laala and Dressing Pafe show up. Fuwari tells them what happened and that she doesn't really know what she has to do. The girls decide to have fun with Fuwari since they haven't really hung out since she moved to Paprika Private Academy.
While playing chase around the school playground, Fuwari comes to realize that being a princess is not who she is meant to be and that she would be happier being herself. She writes an apology to Hibiki and then performs a live. Hibiki, who is watching the live, becomes concerned and makes a phone call.
The next day one of Hibiki's private helicopters is seen approaching Pripara with four shadowy figures aboard.