Scott and Alexis, meanwhile, have taken the party elsewhere. While they're attempting to count each other's molars with their tongues, Alexis swipes Scott's phone from his pocket and shoves it in her stocking.
Jane and Henry's. Jane changes into her red dress from the symphony, which she plans to wear with a Mardi Gras-style half mask, and when she turns toward the door, her ghost-child grandmother is there, whispering, "He got out." Jane asks who got out. "Daddy," the little girl says. Jane pulls the suitcase out from under her bed -- it's still in her bedroom, WTF -- and opens it (because it's unlocked now). It's empty. When Jane looks back over at Baby Grandma, she's gone. She runs her hands around the inside of the suitcase and begins tearing the lining away. She finds a newspaper clipping tucked inside. The headline is "Family Tragedy: Man Kills Wife. Girl Survives Rampage."
Jane recognizes the little girl in the picture; her name is Jocelyn. And then she recognizes Peter, just as he comes into the bedroom behind her.
Henry is sitting down at the party, and a masked woman comes up to him and asks if he's the Gracie Mansion Hero. He says yes, but it's not a big deal, and she insists that it is. She sits down and takes off her mask, and it's Laurel. Henry asks what she's doing there, and she says her New York office always gets invited to the Doran Halloween party. She advises him again not to downplay what he's done because it will make him look weak. She also provides some gratis psychoanalysis, saying that behind his aw-shucks Midwestern appearance, she's sure there's a driven climber just like Gavin. Henry's much more polite than I would be in this situation, because seriously, lady, leave the guy alone.