Malte's Mum searches Malte's belongings and finds blueprints for the hub market bombing along with ammunition. The police are called in and wait for him to return after his hubot scare at Roger's place.
Hans chastises Inger about her wallet and mobile when a phone call produces it 'found' in the taxi. He wants her to calm down. Presently paranoid, Inger believes Intelligence will soon come to snatch Anita.
Currently as Carl puts it, hubots who are 'contaminated' by this code are made free of any order, allowing them to run their own life. The fear that they will have an extended or ongoing life could threaten human existence.
The doctor, tired of Leo's inhumane treatment, promises to get him out. Hatching a plan, she hooks up Carl's office video surveillance monitor of Leo to run the same image over and over, to give the impression he is still in bed.
Carl is too busy to notice any minor changes on the screen. Caught up in his own mission to infiltrate and destroy the destiny of liberated hubots, he acquires a copy of Inger and Leo's dialogue about Mimi.
The only item not in his possession is the written code, which he presses Leo to write down in private before he returns. Carl knows Inger's principle to 'go by the book' and works quickly to obtain a warrant for Mimi.
He personally drops into Inger's office and commands Henning to turn over Inger's computer and all files under the signed contract agreement. Henning knows any further involvement could be perilous.
Inger is updated on the situation. Her unwillingness to give up on Anita may cause a separation in the marriage, as she and Hans fight over Mimi's fate.
Bea dreams to be Transhuman. To transcend into a free world and live among humans, not as slaves. She forces her views of existence on Roger; even now, the indelible impression she created has him standing by her side.