I can see why he's ending it. It's a fantastic show, with one of the best casts on tv, & I'm super excited to see the next season, especially now that I know it's ending. Chidi's "Chili Babies" lecture is one of the best monologues ever televised imho. He should get an Emmy for it I'd be lying if I said I didn't want more, but I get it. We're already starting to get locked up in small ways that suggests this is a premise with a limited shelf life. Spoiler For example, I'm a little worried how Jason is going to come off next season. It's one thing to have him occasionally be the butt of a dumb guy joke, just like they're all the butt of a joke about their character occasionally, but I noticed that in the new Neighborhood, he looks like he's back to pretending to be Jian Yu again, for the sake of the scheme Now there's really only one reason to do that. This whole scheme hinges on Chidi taking in one or more of the new test subjects & teaching them ethics, based on the idea that one or more know they are wrongly there, & the only way to facilitate that, is for Jason to play the part of another fraud, like he actually was in the original scenario. They'll try to recreate that ethics class scenario, & they need a plant to do it effectively, and have him call out the other fraud(s) The problem with that, is that he doesn't need to be Jian Yu to do that, & the only reason he'd need to assume that character, is because no one thinks he's smart enough to manage it on his own, as himself. So, as a result, he's not only back to the situation that he complained about himself, of being a Filipino that's mistaken as Chinese, but it also kind of shines an unpleasant light on how the others view him. They undoubtedly need him to be in the game, for this plan to work, especially now that Eleanor is faking it as the architect. (Which I don't get either. She could've just said she was the receptionist or something) However, if I'm right, they aren't treating him like the essential part of this that he is, & that's kind of sad. I hope I'm wrong, & they go right off the deep end into an entirely different direction, which is also very likely, given how they roll.