Jack and Jo return to Café Diem, where Vincent is angry at Jack for firing his only waitress, whose job it would have been to clean up all the mustard Jack put on the counter. Jack and Jo ignore him and look around for clues. Since this show is only an hour long, Jo finds one immediately: Larry's book. She notes that the hole Martha shot through it is all melted. Paper doesn't melt, so she wonders if there was another substance in the book that does. Sure enough, Jack opens the book to find a remote control hidden inside it. "Never judge a book by its cover," he repeats.
Over at GD, Eva orders Zane to take Martha apart so they can find out what made her go on the attack. "A shock and awe-topsy!" Zane "quips." "You don't do an autopsy on a machine," Eva says, disgusted. Hee hee. Zane tries to counter that by saying Martha seems more human than a lot of actual humans. If he's talking about Eva, she doesn't realize it or doesn't care, as she just tells Zane to get cracking. He goes off to get some tools and Eva walks away, leaving Martha completely unattended. Guess what? Like a surly teenager who doesn't want to go to school, Martha was totally faking sick.
Jack, Stark, Fargo, and Allison stand over Larry's bedside. Larry wakes up and tells them there's no need to be concerned; he'll be fine. No one looks very concerned about Larry's wellbeing, however. In fact, they all look pissed off. Jack holds up the book and Larry knows he's screwed. He admits that he was controlling Martha "some of the time," because he was hoping to show off the encrypted signal-hijacking remote device he'd been working on to Eva by controlling Martha to escape the test range and then landing her outside Café Diem while he and Eva were on their lunch date there. Too bad Martha was inside waiting for him when he got there. Jack says that Mena boosted Martha's learning capacity without telling anyone, so she overrode Edison's failsafes because of Larry's remote and decided to blow up the Viper because her boosted learning capacity told her it was dangerous to her. "I'm really sorry," Larry mutters, not looking sorry at all. Allison says all's well that ends well, since they got Martha back before anyone important was harmed. With that, alarm bells go off, and Stark reports that there's a security breach in section 7. "It's Martha," he says.
The crew runs into section 7 to find Martha gone and a big hole in the ceiling. Not only has Martha escaped, but she's brought all of her drone friends that were confiscated from Edison's barn with her. Now they're a gang of teenage drone hoodlums!