House finds Foreman sulking in his office. He doesn't know if Dibala died because he realized it was scleroderma too late or if it wasn't scleroderma at all. Which means neither House nor Foreman can tell the other one I told you so. This will not do, so House just says Foreman killed Dibala no matter what, because he was either too attached to the wrong opinion or not confident enough in the right one. And Foreman will never know which one, since Dibala is locked away in the morgue and will be sent back to his country tomorrow so his own doctors can do the autopsy. House reminds Foreman that he's good at breaking into places.
Foreman finds Chase in the locker room. He says he couldn't get into the morgue after all, but he did happen to notice Chase's name on the sign-in sheet from earlier today. Like right around the time Cameron asked him to get Dibala's blood. Chase says he was following up on a Clinic case. Foreman asks if he happened to stop by another morgue patient who died from scleroderma while he was down there and take some of her blood. And then test it. And say it was Dibala's, then convincing Foreman to treat him for something he didn't have and killing him. Chase says Cameron had nothing to do with it, although we already knew that when she pussied out of killing Dibala. Chase says Dibala was going to kill two million people. Foreman doesn't care, because those people are not his patients and thus their deaths have no effect on his success rate as head of diagnostics, which is currently a lowly 50%. Chase says that all of their work and all of the lives they saved would have meant nothing if he helped Dibala get better to go back to his country and murder those people. Now that Dibala's dead, things are already getting better in his country. Moderates have come to power and they want peace talks. If Foreman tells on Chase, then Dibala will become a martyr and the Southern people will be screwed again. Foreman says if he doesn't tell on Chase, then he's an accomplice to murder. I guess he's going to be an accomplice no matter what at this point. Better to be an accomplice to the murder of one guy than to the murder of millions. Chase has yet another request of Foreman: if he does turn Chase in, let him know so he can tell Cameron before the cops come. Meanwhile, did anyone check to make sure there's no one else in the locker room? I feel sorry for the janitor who just heard all of that. What's he supposed to do now? Anyway, Foreman is shocked. "Chase," he gasps; "you really think you can kill another human being without any consequences to yourself?" "No," Chase says. But I guess he figured his soul was worth less than the lives of all of the people Dibala won't get a chance to kill.