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The Man Who Knew Too Much is the sixtieth episode of the anime.
Martin remembers how he came back to the hotel room where Eva was staying and decided not to kill her. Eva woke up and Martin asked her to leave before Čapek's men arrived to the place. Martin told Eva to go to Tenma's hotel, but she said that she will be waiting for him at Frankfurt's Central Station.
Soon after, three of Čapek 's men came to the room asking for Eva, but she was already gone, though Martin lies saying that he killed her. Čapek's men do not believe him. Martin shoots and kill one of them and then jumps trough the room's window.
Martins gets into a gunfight and manages to kill all of Čapek's men, then his gun gets out of bullets. Martin smokes a cigarette, but one men still appears and shoots Martin, who falls severely wounded to the ground.
Back to the present, Tenma treats Martin but then tells him that it is necessary to take him to an hospital. Martin refuses, learning that Eva did not come to Tenma's place. Martin tells Tenma that he has learned several things: that The Red Rose Mansion experiment is still going on and that Johan got himself a disciple. Before dying, Martin informs Tenma that Eva is waiting at the Central Station and, with his last strength, asks him to protect Eva.
Tenma meets with Eva at the train station and informs her about Martin's fate. Afterwards, they go to a café, where Eva tells Tenma about how she gave false testimony against him. Tenma asks Eva to go back to Munich with Dr. Reichwein, who can hide her. He also asks her to go to the police to inform them that she is being targeted.
Eva says that he will also tell the police about Johan to prove Tenma's innocence, and suggests Tenma to come to Munich too, but he says that he needs to finish this now.
Eva and Tenma depart ways at the Central Station. Tenma goes to the Hotel Jahreszeit, the hotel where Martin told him that Christof Sievernich was staying and Eva buys a gun in the black market.
- Four of Čapek's men
- Martin Reest
- Martin Reest: "I won't be part of the devil's plans. Because nobody wants to die."