After learning she will be the involuntary subject of her husband's latest piece of technology, Hazel Green flees her ten-year marriage and winds up in the most unexpected place, her estranged father Herbert's house.
Father and daughter reconnect as they try to secure a plane for Hazel's getaway but when Byron's microchip proves too powerful and his team tracks her down, Hazel is forced to confront her husband with a difficult request.
A flashback to a news magazine's profile of "Made for Love" illuminates why Hazel made the decision to leave Byron and why she's determined to never return.
Propelled by her dad to pitch in, Hazel reverts to old money-making schemes and runs into her former best friend Bangles, who inspires her to remember the person she was before Byron. After exhausting the ways to lead Hazel back home of her own volition, Byron reveals the frightening lengths he's willing to go to get his wife back.
As Hazel's prolonged absence distracts him from his work, Byron uses any means necessary to sabotage her attempts to hire a divorce attorney. Meanwhile, Fiffany makes moves to rescue Zelda the dolphin and seeks out a desperate Herringbone for help extracting Hazel's chip. Later, against caution, Byron makes a decision that will forever impact the future of "Made for Love" - and of his wife.
Just as Herbert calls on Judiff, an old flame, to help Hazel evade her husband's omniscient gaze, Byron takes himself offline for a journey into the real world. After tensions between them come to a head, Hazel and Herbert find a healing path forward.
Realizing she and Diane share a surprising connection, Hazel goes out of her way to coordinate a special anniversary dinner for her father and his partner. Things get personal during Herb's check-in with Judiff, prompting him to share his deepest secret. Byron delivers his first public press conference in years and gains surprising clarity about his marriage.
As Hazel meets Byron face-to-face to sign divorce papers, Herbert and Judiff scramble to prevent a potential disaster. Is it really goodbye, or is it a trap?