Air Force None gets treated for leprosy. Off-screen, Cameron nervously awaits the results of his pregnancy test. If a baby is born without arms, it will remind her of her dead husband.
Chase checks on Gabe, who's doing better. Gabe is worried that he will be further ostracized when his friends find out that they've been exposed to leprosy, but Chase says it's so hard to catch that they don't need to tell anyone about it. Plus, I doubt it's even possible for Gabe to be even less popular. Chase says that Gabe should be totally better in a month, and asks Gabe if he's concerned about his dad at all. Gabe says that his dad is a liar. "He loves you," Chase says. "I don't love him," Gabe says, all crying like a little brat. How about you recover from your ridiculous Biblical disease before you start in with the Daddy Disappointment issues, okay, kid? Chase takes a seat on the bed and informs Gabe that he can't not love his dad. You always love your dad, no matter what. And now Chase has to go do something before he's a hypocrite.
Chase the Elder checks out of his hotel. Chase the Younger is waiting for him outside. He asks Elder if he has time for a drink. Elder says he wishes he did, but he's got a plane to catch. And, apparently, there aren't any other planes going to Australia or wherever Chase the Elder lives, so he can't miss this flight to spend some time with his son. Asshole. The Younger helps his dad carry his bag to the taxi, and Chase the Younger says he'll try to visit next fall or so. He'll give his dad a call. They shake hands, and then Chase the Younger pulls his dad in for a hug. We wait and wait for Chase the Elder to tell his son about the cancer, but he's apparently decided that the hug is a good enough goodbye for him. It's probably better than he deserves.