In the morning, little Guji is overjoyed to be back. He tells his master that the breakfast has been ready, and that he's glad that he hasn't been away for so long. He asks if he heard about the torture of the third in command, and Guji tells him that the third has been executed. Guji then tells the master that he doesn't want to smoke, because he'd rather die than face the wrath of the "triple a" . The master tells Guji that they're going to have to fight before the enforcemen arrive, and he says that's the best way to do it.