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"When I say I'm meditating, I'm just trying to figure out what the fork is happening. I think we might be in an alien zoo or on a prank show."
—Jason
Chapter 4: Jason Mendoza is the 4th episode of Season 1 of The Good Place.

Synopsis Edit

ELEANOR SPINS PLATES — Eleanor (Kristen Bell) faces her toughest test yet in her attempt to remain in hiding. Meanwhile, Michael (Ted Danson) enlists Tahani (Jameela Jamil) to help a fellow neighbor fulfill her true purpose.

Summary Edit

Jianyu reveals to Eleanor that he doesn't belong in the Good Place either. He's really an amateur DJ and drug dealer from Jacksonville, Florida, called Jason Mendoza, who went along with Michael's suggestion that he was a Buddhist monk in order to avoid detection.

His supposed "prayer room" which Tahani is not allowed to enter is in fact a "bud-hole" with music and computer games.

Eleanor and Chidi try to persuade Jason not to reveal his true identity.

Meanwhile, Tahani is given the task of organizing the gala opening of a new restaurant, The Good Plates, at which each diner is served their favorite meal. The opening goes wrong when Michael asks the diners to tell the story of what their meal means to them.

Tiring of the masquerade, Jason decides he's going to tell the truth, forcing Eleanor to stop him by creating a diversion. She punches a hole through an elaborate celebration cake, which causes a sink hole to open up in the floor. The restaurant is evacuated and Eleanor and Jason's secrets are safe for the time being; but when Tahani later visits the sinkhole, it turns out to be growing.

StarringEdit

Main Cast

Kristen Bell as Eleanor Shellstrop
William Jackson Harper as Chidi Anagonye
Jameela Jamil as Tahani Al-Jamil
D'Arcy Carden as Janet
Manny Jacinto as Jason Mendoza
Ted Danson as Michael

Recurring Cast

Josh Siegal as Glenn

Guest Cast

Jamie Denbo as Chef Patricia

Co-Starring Cast

Dave Ferguson as Acidcat
Eugene Cordero as Pillboi

Gallery Edit

The gallery of Chapter 4: Jason Mendoza can be found Here.

Trivia Edit

  • First broadcast audience: 4.45million