Following the stock theory, Helda contacts her stock broker. Bob tells her that stock regulators may have the kind of information she’s looking for, but he does not. Helda fires Bob on the spot.
Helda contacts her administrative assistant, and her assistant attempts to get information from the regulator. The assistant is wholly incompetent at doing this, and in the end offers herself in exchange for the information. The regulator states he is reporting Helda for bribery.
Dr. Weird, meanwhile, returns to the group. He is easily able to find Dr. Hulme and the Swarm. He controls Dr. Hulme’s mind remotely; in the meantime, Hemp man slows down time for the group, and they fly the M7 Jet to the lab in Colorado where the two are stealing equipment.
While controlling the doctor and attacking the Swarm, they are able to easily apprehend them. They are handed over to the police.
M7 returns to the their tower. After discussing what to do next, Dr. Weird is confronted by the three blue creatures which he unleashed at the mental health center for Supers. This time, however, Sage is able to translate what they are saying. They are asking for their next commands, as when Dr. Weird released them, he had unwittingly became their master.
There former master, however, wants them back. She is Tiadora, a demon 16 feet tall with hair and a whip made of fire. She demands the servants back, which Dr. Weird has no problem with. The rest of the group decides they should not just give them back to an inherently evil creature. Once again, with the assistance of the Enforcer bot, they are able to destroy her relatively easily. Sage searches the thoughts of Tiadora, and sees a future where demons and another type of creature control the Earth and it’s people. She also discovers that Tiadora actually belongs to Earth, so her death would be final. Sam Troyer delivers the final blow.
As Dr. Weird cannot speak to the blue demons, he temporarily hands control of them over to Sage.
Art prepares to leave for the Creator’s ship… leaving Helda in charge as she is the most reliable and morally responsible.