In this summer issue, Horst Lichter welcomes owners of rarities with their large and small objects to the historic Eberbach Monastery, the former Cistercian abbey in the Rheingau. Sports presenter Katrin Müller-Hohenstein has also made her way to the monastery and would like to sell an old lamp that her parents bought more than 40 years ago when they were on vacation in France together. Antique or not antique - that is the question.
After the closure of his carpentry business, Klaus Roth (Richy Müller) is also threatened with private insolvency. He sees only one way out - a robbery of his bank's money transporter. But the armed action together with the former Afghanistan soldier Achim Buchert (Martin Butzke) goes wrong. With five bank employees as hostages, they holed up in the branch while the police lined up outside.
In the first challenge, the hobby bakers should divide their cake into pieces, decorate them individually and present them assembled again. The jury can also look forward to a decorative cake with hearty cream and vegetable fillings. Who secures a good placement and who has to leave the baking tent this week?
On three consecutive evenings, the candidates at Günther Jauch's fight for entry into the final show on the fourth evening and again for the chance to win the highest prize in the history of "Who wants to be a millionaire?" of three million euros.
After the opening party of Alex's new law firm, Wilsberg (Leonard Lansink) witnesses on the way home how Alex's former classmate Maike Lehmann (Lale Yavas) causes an accident while intoxicated. Wilsberg helps her out and explains to the approaching police that he was behind the wheel and avoided a cyclist. Later in Maike's apartment, Maike wants to thank her rescuer, but Wilsberg rejects her advances. The next day, Wilsberg is suddenly confronted with accusations of rape. He finds himself unable to explain himself and is targeted by police officer Michael Bach, who is investigating the allegation of rape.