This episode was aired on August 15th, 2019.
Continuing from the previous episode, Tari and Belle Fontiere find themselves in a tense situation as the transport hauls them back to TAS Corp.. Belle attempts to make the situation sound better than it is, causing Tari to snap that they should experiment on her instead. Belle snaps back that she's been through worse and insists that it's all for the better due to the prevalence of video games in society. As Tari begins questioning what will happen to Theo, their vehicle is suddenly rammed into by another car.
Tari manages to escape and finds Theo in the car. Lucks arrives in his own car just in time to see Tari get in Theo's car and escape. He commands Belle to take his car and the two take pursuit.
In the other car, Theo introduces to Tari to Lamar Williams and his Nova-chan body pillow. Lamar gives Tari a jacket to block the tracking chip installed in Tari's cybernetic arm. Lucks has one of his henchmen attempt to shoot down Lamar's car and calls off the police to avoid suspicion.
The chase heats up as Lamar power slides past a truck and Belle's attempt to duplicate it ends up taking out their own gunman. Lucks commands a barrier to be put up, causing Lamar to panic. Tari quickly analyzes the situation and, using the skills she learned from watching Lamar's driving, has Theo create a makeshift ramp to drive alongside the building and over the barricade, forcing Lucks to give up the chase. After a brief celebration, Lamar agrees to take the two somewhere safe.
Meanwhile, Lucks vows to make Tari his.
- Tari gains her signature hoodie this episode.
- At 4:10, Saiko's emblem can be seen.
- This episode, like the rest of season one, is named after a video game term. In this case it is named after a speedrunning technique of obtaining items out of order.