The pig deva keeps ploughing through the city and it has to be evacuated. Takato's parents are very concerned because they can't find him but have to evacuate as well. The tamers find themselves outmatched even at matrix level. Henry suggests that he and Rika try believing in themselves and they use Radiant Faith Activate cards. Rapidmon and Taomon knock the Pig Deva down but before they can finish the job the Juggernaut program starts affecting all of them. Henry's dad decides he's had enough and uses his Tai Chi to take down two guards and reach his son. An encrypted code starts attacking the Juggernaut program and as it does the strange child who the kids keep running into reveals himself to be the Monkey Deva and that Calumon is the key to digivolving. At the same time a shining light finds Impmon in the underground tunnel where he's been sulking and offers Impmon power and knowledge to digivolve. The Monkey Deva throws a ball into the Juggernaut tunnel and destroys the program. The pig deva recovers as do Rapidmon and Taomon. Henry's dad and friends reach Takato and the others and tell them about the monkey deva. Takato decides to not be afraid anymore and shows Rika and Henry that if they fight alongside their partners then they can be even stronger. Takato's determination causes WarGrowlmon to gain more strength and after the others deal with Vikarlamon's attacks, WarGrowlmon destroys him with a point-blank Atomic Blaster. Unfortunately, right after, the Monkey Deva, Makuramon, kidnaps Calumon and declares he is taking him back to the Digital World. Leomon tries to save Calumon but is forced back by some shining needles; Jeri receives a Digivice and heals Leomon who is now her partner. In the wake of Vikarlamon's destruction, the Tamers desperately search for a way to enter the Digital World to save Calumon. Hypnos is also destroyed when Makuramon overloads Juggernaught.