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People are dropping dead in the Royale, and nobody seems concerned at all.
Once Johnny and Pawter are awake from their "happy" stupor, the team decides that if they’re going to save Old Town from utter destruction, they’re going to have to infiltrate Spring Hill. And then spring out.
Johnny tries to hack into Spring Hill’s computer system…but this tech has got some serious brains to rival his.
While trying to hack into the wall controls, Dutch and Pawter are paid a holo-call by Jelco. Turns out even as a hologram he can sick the armed guards on the invaders.
Meanwhile, Old Town is on the fritz.
And D’avin is kicking ass.
After successfully breaking into Spring Hill’s back-end, Pawter is able to turn off the mind control and address Old Town directly. She spills the beans on the Company’s grand plan, and encourages them to take down the wall themselves.
Unfortunately, when Old Towners attempt to break down the wall themselves, those on the front lines end up getting electrocuted, in order for the masses behind them to break free.
Dutch intercepts Jelco inside the plasma room, where they keep the Level 6 green goo, and he agrees to show her where the rest of it is…if she keeps him alive.
Dutch allows herself to be apprehended by Herin and his band of merry rebels, leaving D’avin to escort Jelco out of Spring Hill.
Herin interrogates Dutch for Jelco’s whereabouts, but she’s not talking.
D’avin negotiates a deal to get hold of this sexy piece of machinery, which he uses to blow Spring Hill to smithereens, and put an end to the Company’s plan.
Delle Seyah surrenders to Pawter’s demands to cease wall building in other towns. Apparently, no building contractor would take part in a construction project that hundreds of people just killed themselves against.
But just when Pawter, Herin, and Delle Seyah have inked a deal for Westerley’s freedom (in blood), Delle Seyah adds one final amendment: the killing of Seyah Simms.
After reneging hugely on her promise, Delle Seyah addresses Old Town spouting some b.s. about Pawter's "untimely" and "sudden" death in order to keep the masses happy.