Jane is wandering the hallways, hearing voices. She sees Sam running and then disappearing. So maybe Jane, like Nona, has the sight? Or maybe she's just a lunatic.
Henry and Laurel pedeconference across Park Avenue. She asks him what the problem is, and tells him the kingmakers loved him. He says they kept asking him questions about Jane, to which Laurel says that being with Jane isn't the image he needs, that being New York's Most Eligible Bachelor (TM John Kennedy Jr., R.I.P.) is what will get him noticed. Henry stops and tells Laurel that Jane is part of his life, and that's not negotiable. And that should be enough -- New York loves a power couple. (Not that "unemployed lady with a degree in architecture" is generally the description of one half of a power couple, but I'm sure Gavin can fix that.)
But Laurel is part of this show's unending conspiracy to either weld Jane and Henry together at the ring fingers or break them up, and Laurel is on Team Breakup, because she tells Henry to be honest: Does he really think Jane understands what it takes to succeed in New York? Maybe not, but if she doesn't, neither does Henry because he's just as much of an oblivious hayseed as she is. Laurel continues that Jane can't possibly understand Henry's drive to make a mark in city politics. Yeah, because that "drive" is something Gavin planted in his head like two weeks ago and also is something he's never once mentioned to Jane. The girl's crazy, but she isn't a mind reader.
Sam has decided to hang himself with his necktie. Just as he's about to step off the ottoman, Gavin pops up and says they should talk. Sam asks how Gavin knew it was him, and Gavin says that Trent never said Sam called him, but Gavin knew from the look in Sam's eye. Sam pulls his head out of his noose and says he can help get the box back. He says the man who has the box wanted Sam to set up a dinner between him and Gavin; Box Guy would bring the box and Gavin would bring ten million dollars. Gavin has the particular obstinate look of a sadistic child who really hates it when his brother touches his Tinker Toys. He picks up Sam's suit coat and hands it to him, saying that he just thought of a way Sam can be useful.