Two men argue in a car with diplomat plates. One of the men is played by James Earl Jones, so you know this will be awesome. Apparently, James Earl Jones' character, Dibala, is the "president" (dictator) of an African country that will not be named because it doesn't exist and in America for a UN meeting. It's going on right now, but Dibala snuck out of it to visit his son, who is a student, I'm guessing at Princeton. His aide, Ntila (well, he's credited as Ntila, although Dibala calls him "Joseph." I'm confused), thinks leaving the security of the UN building is a bad idea, but Dibala doesn't care. Suddenly, the car is stopped when a large van pulls up in front of it, and Dibala no doubt regrets his decision. A man gets out of the van as Ntila rushes out of the car with his gun drawn and ready to fire. But the man is just presenting Dibala with a "civil subpoena." Yes, he's one of those non-violent hippie types, and he's suing Dibala for crimes against humanity and all sorts of terrible things. The van takes off, its passengers so freaking lucky not to have their faces shot off since Ntila would probably have been justified to think they were a threat and he's got diplomatic immunity anyway, and Dibala exits the car to look at the subpoena, which he then barfs blood on. Good thing they put it in that ziplock bag!
Cuddy has called Cameron and Chase into her office to ask them to temporarily work for Foreman until he can find new Cottages to replace Taub and Hadley. Chase is more shocked that Foreman fired his girlfriend than he is that Cuddy thinks so little of him and Cameron that she expects them to be okay with leaving their positions as the only ER doctor and the only surgeon to work for Foreman, who sucks at everything. Case in point: "you two are both competent and I know I can work with you," Foreman says. Such a sweet talker. Chase thinks it'll be "interesting," but Cameron isn't so hot on the idea of treating "one of the most repressive dictators in the world." No, no, Cameron. Foreman is your boss, not the patient. Oh -- she meant Dibala. He's a jerk, too. Foreman doesn't see how this is any different than when they treated death row inmate LL Cool J, but Cameron says LL Cool J went back to jail after they cured him, whereas Dibala will go back to his country and murder millions of people. Also, Cameron was too busy in that episode trying to avoid telling a woman she had terminal cancer to care about LL Cool J. Cuddy steps up and tells Cameron to stop caring about a fictional ethnic group thousands of miles away who will all be killed if Dibala recovers and start doing her job. Normally, I'd agree with Cuddy here and tell Cameron to shut up, but ... millions of people is a lot of people. I'd rather let Dibala barf up blood than have their blood on my hands. But I also didn't take an oath to treat people and stuff, so I guess Cameron is kind of screwed.