Freddy Kleemann (Oliver Wnuk), who moved to Konstanz involuntarily, gets little of the Berlin capital feeling. While his heavily pregnant wife Juliana (Meike Droste) feels left alone by him, his business partner Lara (Franziska Wulf) wants more work at her daycare center. It's not just the children who have to accept the innovative concept with quiet rooms better, but also the parents, to Freddy's chagrin, are getting hot. He is very worried about his father Fritz (Siemen Rühaak), who suffers from dementia. Freddy senses that looking for the right facility together could be one last conscious dad and son project.
The boss of a consulting firm is murdered in his Wiesbaden estate. Chief Public Prosecutor Bernd Reuther (Rainer Hunold) has to find out who has an interest in Dr. Rönsch's death could have had. Forensic pathologist Dr. Judith Engel (Astrid Posner) assumes death by suffocation. The dead man was found shortly after midnight by his son Mario (Nico Liersch). The relationship between father and son was not at its best.
Who recognizes hit melodies better than moderator Andrea Kiewel? Can Sophia Thomalla really guess every Rammstein song after the first two notes? Or do Ross Antony, Max Giesinger and Guildo Horn have an advantage in music guessing because they are musicians? These four guessing duos demonstrate their musical knowledge: Wolff-Christoph Fuss and Ross Antony, Sophia Thomalla and Silvio Heinevetter, Max Giesinger and Andrea Kiewel as well as Guildo Horn and Janin Ullmann.
The scientist dr. Dyson Ido (Christoph Waltz) brings a girl's (Rosa Salazar) broken cyborg body back to life. Together with her boyfriend Hugo, Alita - as Ido calls her - goes in search of her past. When the powers that be in the city hunt her down, Alita discovers ancient powers that may hold the key to saving her world.
The body of the young cleaning lady Camille Bartell (Lara Marian) is found under the treetop path within the Saar loop. Inspector Judith Mohn (Christina Hecke) and her colleague Freddy Breyer (Robin Sondermann) quickly suspect her husband Eric Bartell (Nico Rogner), who seems to be hiding something. In the course of the investigation, Judith and her mother Karen Mohn, who knew Camille through cleaning, unexpectedly get close.