Splinter uses his son Kiet to settle the finacial situation with the HollandBank. Kiet is straight and just, but the directors of the HollandBank play it hard and pragmatic.
Kiet has a fight with his wife, who keeps bothering him at work. She has however got her hands on some art she wants to sell.
Meanwhile Maud complains about the estate with Guusje and Splinter, because she doesn't want to leave.