What’s up? – Well, Janet has been acting
as my assistant. It’s not what she was
designed to do. Didn’t go great.
– But now I’m back to normal. It turns out
that the best Janet was the Janet that was
inside Janet all along. – She was feeling a little lost,
so I gave her a self-help book
to restore her confidence. – Now I’m living my truth
and creating my bliss. – Anyway, um, look, Michael asked me if I would
serve as his assistant, but I’d quite like to focus
on my relationship with Jianyu. So I recommended you
for the job. [giggles] – Eleanor, you
and I could work side-by-side to figure out what’s going wrong
with this neighborhood. Will you help me? – How could I say no?
– Yeah, hurrah! – Hurrah!
– [giggles] – What now? [sighs] Relax, Eleanor. You sent this to yourself. This is your own guilt
manifesting itself. – I’ve been waiting for you. – Jianyu? You talk now? You sent me
these threatening notes? What the fork, man? Some Buddhist monk you are. – You don’t belong here. Admit it. – Okay, you’re right. I don’t belong here. Michael made a mistake. But I’m trying, dude. I’m really trying
to be a good person. And I think I’m changing
for the better, so just please,
please don’t rat me out. – Don’t worry, I won’t.
– [sighs] – Because I’m not
supposed to be here, either. I don’t know how I got here,
I have no idea what’s going on, and I am freakin’ out,
homey! You got to help me. I’m scared! – What?