Quenser tries to take Oh Ho Ho hostage and orders her to not move until Baby Magnum can declare checkmate, but the Juliet AI starts to move the Gatling 033 on its own, knocking Quenser around in the cockpit and preventing him from stopping Oh Ho Ho from piloting her Object.
Oh Ho Ho faces a heavily damaged Baby Magnum, and Milinda starts to follow Quenser's instructions over the open channel between Objects.
After the Juliet AI freezes up and stops moving just before finishing off the Baby Magnum, Quenser reveals to Oh Ho Ho his message wasn't for Milinda, it was intended for Heivia. Heivia explains how he set up a situation that trap the AI in an logic problem by using the remains of the Water Strider's main cannons.
When Oh Ho Ho tries to manually pilot the Gatling 033 she's stopped by Quenser, who points out there's a bomb set up under her seat by her superiors that has began counting down intended to kill her because of the danger a rogue Object can represent. After convincing her to eject, it's revealed the bomb was Hand Axe and part of a bluff from Quenser to win the battle.
In the anime, Oh Ho Ho grabs a mic and sings at the start of the second round of her battle with the Baby Magnum, all the while transmitting the video to Milinda. This doesn't happen in the novels.
In the anime, the final conversation between Quenser and Oh Ho Ho has some of it moved around and some parts changed, like the excuse Quenser gives as to why he's saving Oh Ho Ho and his answer to Oh Ho Ho poining out he's risking his life by staying in the cockpit. Oh Ho Ho's promise of singing just for him the next time they meet is also anime original.
In the novels, after the battle is over Heivia questions Quenser about his choice to not kill Oh Ho Ho, and Quenser reminds him of what happened the last time they were in Alaska. This part of the conversation is missing in the anime.