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Teaching Eleanor about ethics becomes a full-time job for Chidi; Michael and Janet must deal with an emergency.
Eleanor believes she's reached a true breakthrough in that she did a good deed without even thinking about it before she did it. As such, she is buoyed by Chidi's lessons, thinking that they are paying off for her, which leads her to want even more and more of his time, which is almost all devoted to her already. Conversely, Chidi is feeling that Eleanor is monopolizing his time, instead of he being able to enjoy paradise as he thought he was supposed to in the good place. This incompatibility in priorities leads to bad feelings between the two, who want to split up in private, but maintain their soul mate personae in public. That becomes difficult when Michael issues a directive where no one is allowed outside, leaving Eleanor and Chidi confined to her house together until the directive is lifted. What makes matters worse is that Michael asks if Eleanor's neighbors, Bart and Nina, can stay with her and Chidi temporarily, which may place their already strained relationship under the microscope of marriage counselor Nina and "lie detecting" Bart. The directive by Michael is because the sink hole, which he still does not know the reason behind, is not fixing itself like it should be, and is a danger to the neighborhood until he both figures out the cause and how to fix it. And Tahani secretly gains access to the goodness ranking of all the spirits in the neighborhood. Not liking her ranking, she takes what she believes are measures to move up the ranking.
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