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Matt advises Harry on how to pick up women at an office party.
Matt tells Joe about being blocked by his wife.
Matt persuades a cookie to perform its duty.
Matt gets the truth out of Joe.
Victoria wakes up, unable to remember who she is and unable to get answers from the people around her. She must run from a group of "hunters."
Jem helps Victoria survive and explains that a signal took over all screens and brainwashed people.
Jem and Victoria head to the White Bear headquarters in an attempt to stop the signal that has infected the masses.
Victoria learns that she is part of a "game" in which she is repeatedly punished in an elaborate scheme for her involvement in a crime. Every night, her memory is wiped so they can start again.
Amid the credits, more is revealed about "White Bear Justice Park." Evidently, it is a family-friendly attraction.
When recounting the night she murdered a man, Niska reveals her reasoning: she feared he would force himself on her. It seems as though she can feel human emotions.
Niska is forced to look at various video clips, with her vitals monitored, to determine if she is truly conscious and therefore deserving of human rights.
Laura and Joe discuss their work lives, defending synths' rights and taking a menial job after being laid off and replaced by a synth, respectively.
A synth threatens Laura in her home for her participation in the synths' rights case.
Joe and Mattie figure out why he was fired, and Joe confronts his former boss.
Laura and Neha discuss Niska's future as a conscious synthetic.
Renie, one of Toby's classmates, acts like a synth.
Sophie meets with a therapist who diagnoses her with Juvenile Synthetic Overidentifaction Disorder.