Pim defends Jesse van Alphen, who is accused of storing 600 kilos of drugs in his hangar. Jesse vehemently denies, and a detective reveals to Pim that the Attorney General is only prosecuting Jesse because they could not get the real culprit. Nina helps an old Jewish man who is about to divorce his wife after 42 years of marriage. His wife demands half of the profits from selling their house, but he does not want to sell as the house is linked to deeply rooted memories of his youth in World War II. Nina is later startled when her boyfriend Carel turns out to be the judge assigned to the case.