Jane's back on the fifth floor in the apartment where Peter tried to kill her and the birds came to her rescue. The wall he chopped is unblemished. She whirls to find Cooper there, and asks suspiciously if he's there to point out more ways she's koo-koo. He says he wants to know about a man in a photo, and he shows her the man in the devil costume that Peter killed. Cooper says his name is Leo, and his girlfriend just reported him missing. Cooper asks her to tell him everything, and Jane gives him the standard line about how he'll think she's crazy. Cooper very politely doesn't say that he already does, and merely notes that the NYPD is pretty well versed in dealing with crazy.
Downstairs in Jane's apartment, she tells Cooper that she actually did see the face of the man who attacked her. She hands him the newspaper from 1929, with the picture of Peter Kramer and his family. Cooper observes mildly, "A ghost attacked you." Jane asks if he wants to send her to Bellevue. Uh, not right now, actually. (So nice how Gavin's evil powers can change the paths of storms.) She says Henry is pretty close to committing her. Cooper says he and his grandfather were quite close, and after Granddad died, he thought he could feel his presence in the house and even smell his cigars. Turns out there was a box of cigars behind a vent. Jane asks if Cooper thinks there's a logical explanation, and Cooper says people like to think there is, that his dad actually put those cigars there so he'd stop seeing ghosts as a kid. He says he likes to keep an open mind.
Henry meets Laurel for lunch and she hates his shirt and tells him to take off his tie. She puts a new tie on him and Henry's uncomfortable with how girlfriendy it is, especially since Laurel is giving him major sex eyes. She explains he's meeting with three New York kingmakers and he just needs to kiss the ring and then his life will be made.
Penthouse. Olivia is sipping her tea on the terrace and Gavin asks how she's feeling. She says she still has a headache, and asks Gavin how much she drank. He starts listing everything that came "before the absinthe." Olivia can tell he's lying because who the hell is she, Tony Bourdain? She brushes off his offer to have Scott come back, and says she thinks a massage will fix her right up. Olivia thanks Gavin for looking after her, and he says that's what a man does for the woman he loves and kisses her hand in the creepiest way possible. Look, I'm not saying he's gaslighting you, Olivia, because he's mindfucking everyone in the building, but sooner or later you gotta read the writing on the million-dollar walls, no?