Chyna and the A.N.T.s face a crisis when defective Z-Phones cause Hashimoto to take over Z-Tech.
In Z Tech, the Z-Phone 5 starts blowing up and Zoltan is in financial ruins. He sells his company to an unknown business which they find out it is Hashimoto's company. Hashimoto then takes over Z-Tech and turns it into H-Tech. Then he decided to turn the school into a hotel and make the ANTs work there. He makes Olive becomes a concierge, Kennedy works at the front desk, the bell hop is Zoltan, Chyna is a giant mop, Fletcher is a wet floor sign, Lexi and Angus work at the spa, and Winter becomes the Vice President of finance. Hashimoto uses the ANT's rooms as rooms for guests and makes them sleep in sleeping tubes. Chyna then tries to talk to him about the sleeping tubes when she secretly hears his conversation on the phone about someone working an inside job blowing up the Z-Phone fives. He never mentions the name so she, Olive, Lexi, Angus, and Fletcher try to find out who is blowing up the phones. They come to a conclusion that it is Winter but can never seem to prove it. At the end, Chyna and Angus come up with a scheme to find out the culprit and Kennedy then says it was her. She then explains that she was forced to do it because her real name is Kumiko Hashimoto, Mr. Hashimoto's daughter, but when she first went to the school, she ended up loving the school and all of the ANTs. She isn't really a debate prodigy. Zoltan then takes back the school for prodigies.
- China Anne McClain as Chyna Parks
- Sierra McCormick as Olive Doyle
- Jake Short as Fletcher Quimby
- Stefanie Scott as Lexi Reed
- Aedin Mincks as Angus Chestnut
- Dominic Burgess as Zoltan Grundy
- Zibby Allen as Winter Maddox
- Piper Curda as Kennedy Van Buren/Kumiko Hashimoto
- Tom Choi as Mr. Hashimoto
In the Roomavator
Olive: Well it's got to be someone incredibly intelligent, so it's not Fletcher.
- This episode reveals that Kennedy is the daughter of Hashimoto, and that her real name is Kumiko Hashimoto.
- This episode marks the last apperance of Winter Maddox.
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