Leaving off from episode 5, Max appears destroyed in the bomb blast while Jonas is retrieved charred, still zip-tied and screaming. Maybe he is sadly in the right state to be transformed into one of his sales objects?
Leo escaped injured once more and crashes literally down the road from the Engman's in Jonas's car before he staggers and passes out on the bitumen. Unable to move, he's collected by an ambulance in the morning and winds up in the hands of 'Intelligence.'
Roger is caught on camera face undetectable when ERHUB scans the footage of him placing the home-made bombs outside. Although Roger displays a tough exterior, his inner conscience shows through as Malte remains unaffected.
Malte calls the Media demanding action on banning hubots throughout the world and uses the 'hub' market as the first warning. Later on, when Roger brings Bea back to his house from work, he finds Malte there 'making himself at home.'
Beatrice Novak detected and now on the run like the other liberated hubots, snuck into a retail store to steal clothes and apply a fake black eye using make-up. She showed up at Roger's workplace for orchestrated sympathy and a place to stay.
She uses the guise that Ove Holm is the spiteful de facto who gave her the shiner, to infiltrate her way into Roger's home for protection and I imagine to manipulate him should Ove come knocking. This plays to Roger's current vulnerability with women.
After being stabilised, the charge port is discovered and struggling to recuperate, Leo relives the memory of his father's life-saving operation. When young Leo awoke to the reality of his mother (Bea) gone, he wanted to be dead.
David, not responding well to human conflict or interaction, dragged Leo back down to the water and shoved him under. The outcome, Leo pleaded for his life and was spared. What a traumatic lesson to learn and a psychotic way to teach appreciation.
The intertwining relevance of Leo, Bea and the other rogues to each other is slowly coming to the fore.
Meanwhile, Åsa persists in opening her heart to hubots and fulfils Gordon's wish to be welcome in church to the disgust of fellow worshippers. His loud, passionate singing voice is quickly stifled.
Thrown out of church, he catches up with the tiny ute load of rogue hubots calling him as they flee the parish. Chased away by Eva's wary stance, it all turned ugly after Flash called her "disgusting homo."
The real threat came when Niska held Eva at knife point, foiling her attempt to call the police. Niska debated Eva's suggestion 'they have no feelings.' She proved her point winning the battle once again and let Eva run free.
With Niska's actions, it can go either way.
Lennart is excited by Solveig's unannounced visit at home after he recovers from a heart attack, saved by Vera. The doctor tells him insurance benefits allow for a clone of ourselves before we die.
The nightclub's representative Göran has found a loophole inhibiting the trial. The use of an 'Asimov block,' erasing or modifying a hubot's identification such as Rick had done, is illegal.
Henning is otherwise pleased and Inger is offered to take on a criminal case. "… Military intelligence wants you to defend a man in custody." Is it Leo?
Real Humans was created by Lars Lundström. Rated M, it contains intense violence and strong coarse language; not suitable for children. The DVD set is due for release 6th February, 2013 or can be downloaded now.