On the revelation that Eleanor probably ended up in the good place by mistake, Chidi has not yet decided if he will help her become good so that she can stay. It is especially important to her after she gets just a small glimpse of what the alternative of the bad place is like. Eleanor also believes that the situation can't be as black and white as it appears on the surface if someone like overly chatty and vain Tahani could have made it into the good place. What Chidi decides to do may be affected by what Eleanor chooses with regard to helping Tahani and Jianyu clean up after the "mini-apocalypse" - which probably occurred because of Eleanor's presence in the good place - or going to the flying lesson, which all new arrivals at the good place are taught to do. Meanwhile, Michael is slowly having a meltdown in trying to figure out what he did wrong in creating the neighborhood, unaware that all the problems that have happened are because of Eleanor's presence. And Tahani herself is ...
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I, uh, I don't know what to do here. This is a mess, morally speaking. This is a putrid, disgusting bowl of ethical soup.