Mia is appointed Fair Trade dealer. This involves an attractive, Ethiopian woman who has Frank’s full attention, and before long he’s caught up in a whirlwind of charity and lust. Casper struggles on with his serious depression and thinks that Lars Hjortshøj owes his success to Casper. Opinions are divided on the question. Everyone strays into embarrassing absurdities, and what is left is a lost friendship, an exiled Tibetan monk and Frank’s ardent interest for the black woman’s light inside.