Roman sees a particular rock; he suddenly gives up searching for the treasure and also means her paper-knife is fake. Charlotte is surprised because Roman seemed so convinced. When Roman is alone he finds something in the forest. Expert Nils assures Charlotte that the paper-knife is from the 18th century and made of fine material. Roman informs Beatrice that he convinced Charlotte that the treasure must be unreal. He claims the soil is frozen but Beatrice wants to see where he has found the treasure. They take a look. Roman means they have to buy the parcel first. Friedrich addresses to Roman his trip into the forest with his wife Charlotte and partner Beatrice in the case of a certain treasure. He shows Charlotte a photo of the real professor Erwin Loos. Beatrice tries to involve her son David into her dirty game against Sebastian but her son refuses the cooperation. Nils offers David a massage to relax physically and emotionally. Michael advises David to accept Nils' offer; he does....