Chase and Dibala spend some quality time together. Dibala thanks Chase for saving his life. Chase says that the would-be assassin told him that Dibala is preparing to massacre millions of people. Dibala says he's just "fighting a guerilla war." Chase says another word for that seems to be "genocide." Dibala says it's not that simple -- the Southern people massacred tens of thousands of people twenty years ago when their rebels took over part of the south. "And they would happily do it again! I'm trying to impose order. I'm trying to prevent genocide," Dibala says. And when he says it, it really does sound reasonable and make logical sense. But that might also be because it's James Earl Jones saying it. He says that his youngest son -- the one at Princeton -- hasn't spoken to him in years because of the things the American newspaper accuse Dibala of. So American newspapers are accusing Dibala of genocide, and yet we still let him in this country? And the UN wants to meet with him? And he still pays to send his son to an American school? Weird. Chase asks Dibala about that labor league, and Dibala sighs and takes responsibility for it -- sort of -- saying that he hired men to run it who "stepped over the line" "in their zeal." But he assures Chase that he's very sorry about all that. Not as sorry as the victims of that "zeal," I'd bet. "That will not happen again," Dibala promises. Because there won't be any people left for the labor league to torture.
House actually wrote the apology letter and is about to leave it on Murphy's doorstep when a cleaning lady opens the door and walks out with some garbage bags, thus leaving the guy's door wide open. Okay, fire her ass. That's ridiculous. There's a strange man standing right there, and she just walks away from the apartment and leaves it open? I'll bet the cleaning ladies in Dibala's country wouldn't dare to act like this. House starts to look inside, but then summons up all of his strength and actually leaves the letter on the doormat and starts to walk away without doing anything illegal. This won't do at all, so God promptly strikes House down by causing his cane to slip on the hallway floor. House's legs fly out from under him and he crashes to the ground, taking a bucket full of splashing water sound effects with him. House quickly picks up his apology letter before it gets too wet and now he has no choice but to enter Murphy's apartment and leave the note in a dry place. And while he's in there, he just happens to notice a big Canadian flag on the wall. Hey, he tried to be good. This is still progress.