A dispute between the brothers Elias (Nicolas Schwarzbürger) and Johann (Ludwig Trepte) escalates. The next day, Elias is found dead, and suspicion falls on Johann. Attorney Benni Hornberg (Antoine Monot, Jr.) takes on his defense. Together with his best friend, the private detective Leo Oswald (Wanja Mues), Benni tries to prove Johann's innocence. The brothers, two amateur archaeologists, apparently came across an interesting find while exploring the area. Leo dives into the world of probers. The unsuccessful Sondler Mario Karl (Kai Schumann) did not seem pleased that the brothers were hanging around in his area.
Six people face a deadly game: When insecure physics student Zoey (Taylor Russell) receives an invitation to an escape room game, she thinks it's the perfect opportunity to face her fears. Together with five other comrades-in-arms, she is supposed to test the latest puzzle experience from the Minos company and has the chance to win $10,000 along the way. The candidates have no idea that life-threatening tasks await them. Who will leave the room alive?
The Huber sisters and the Leitner brothers are lucky. Marie (Catherine Bode) and Georg (Thomas Unger) could actually become a real couple - not only thanks to little Fritzi (Sophie Beck). Although the tough farmer's wife vehemently defends her independence on the high-altitude alp, she increasingly agrees to be together with Georg. Meanwhile, Lisa (Theresa Scholze) and Florian (Florian Panzner) are making love: They don't want to repeat the mistakes of their youth or lose time.
Art thieves Vincent (Bernhard Schütz) and Nils (Jacob Matschenz) have stolen the famous Russian painting "The Black Square". The picture is to be handed over to the buyer on a cruise ship. To get on the ship, they quickly overpower two passengers and take their seats. But it turns out that the supposed vacationers were supposed to appear on board as David Bowie and Elvis Presley impersonators. The unrecognized artist Vincent and the kleptomaniac Nils promptly have to replace the two entertainers.
On the eve of his 16th birthday, Yannick "Sherlock" Liebeskind (Levi Eisenblätter) argues with his mother Eva (Hanna Jürgens) because he wants his present right away. The next morning he disappeared without a trace. It quickly becomes clear that no secret is safe from the Asperger's autistic and Sherlock Holmes fan Yannick. Radek (Hans-Werner Meyer) and his team fear that the amateur detective has messed with the wrong person. A gruesome discovery finally puts her on the right track.