Pink has virtually moved in on the family and refuses to leave even when JunHyuk orders him out. He has already won the hearts of the women.
Chief Mole is manipulating the director by offering the the FGITeam a big case but his underlying motive is to is to disband the team.
The FGITeam is not happy about protecting a crappy person. Chef is a jerk and received a letter threatening his life.
Although the ITeam is assigned to guard Chef, Pink is angry. He blames the chef for the death of a close friend. Pink cursed him on SNS but didn’t threaten.
Behind the scenes Chef is verbally abusive to the team and his employees. Pink can’t take it anymore and threatens him in front of everyone. So when Chef dies from poisoning right in front of their eyes and the TV cameras Pink becomes the first suspect.
The ITeam searches Pink’s house and finds the poison. The worst thing they find on his laptop is a video of him dancing to an A-Pink song. He is obviously being framed but in order to prove that they have to find the killer.
EunJi traces the threat to a printer owned by the PD that produced Chef’s show. He sent the letter but in cahoots with Chef. It was a publicity stunt. PD poured his entire savings into the show so why would he kill the star?
Next they question the chef who ate the same poison but survived. He says the sous chef threatened Chef. But why would she do that?
While the bulk of the ITeam are investigating the sous chef and Chef’s wife, JunHyuk is investigating Pink. Pink has an overflowing sense of justice and loses his temper sometimes. Chef badmouthed a friend of Pink’s on TV who later committed suicide. Pink asked if there were any signs of murder.
WonBin figures out that the wife was having an affair with the PD. From that couple, they learn that Chef was gay and the other chefs were his type. From sous chef they learn that Chef had lost his sense of taste and she blackmailed him into giving her a position he had promised to his lover.
The sous chef is a strong suspect but the case isn’t over yet so Pink has to turn in his badge. Another team is taking over the their team is being disbanded. Some of them think it’s a good idea but EunJi goes to find JunHyuk. She knew he would be at Pink’s orphanage because he is a good person.
At the orphanage EunJi and JunHyuk learn about Pink. His mother died and he was abandoned by his father. He was wearing a pink sweater, knitted by his deceased mother and that became his security blanket. After a couple of failed adoptions, Pink hardened his heart. But after protecting a brother orphan he opened it again and became like a father to the others. He thought he had to protect them all. The pork rib restaurant owner was one of his orphan brothers and he was heartbroken at the suicide caused by Chef’s slander.
JunHyuk goes to YuRa’s house to ask for a favor. She doesn’t want to see him because he said there was bad karma between her and her fiancé. He offers to do an exorcism to get rid of the bad karma. It works and the team is saved.
The second poison victim is being released and EunJi goes to the hospital to apologize. EunJi sniffs the smell of charcoal and asks. The patient had been taking charcoal pills to purify his blood. Everything she smells is a clue.
EunJi tells the ITeam about the charcoal. JunHyuk remembers that activated charcoal detoxifies chemicals. Both victims ate the same poison but only one died. The other was taking charcoal pills.
The ITeam goes to the restaurant and taunts the killer into confessing. Michael’s Fish was really his recipe and Chef had stolen it. Chef promised the head chef position to anyone who could duplicate it. But he gave the position to the sous chef because she threatened to expose his loss of taste.
Killer will get his name on his recipe but probably won’t hear about it until he is in prison. And Pink finally gets out of jail.
Pink was so frustrated that he wanted to dance and sing A-Pink’s song “No No No”. But he was afraid people would see it on CCTV and think he is crazy.
They look at the CCTV footage again and find in Morse Code: “Mole” Viki