This is the week when Jane's tenuous hold on reality finally snaps. She tries to tell a couple of NYPD detectives about how Peter Kramer murdered another partygoer with his trusty hatchet and tried to murder her on Halloween, but of course there's no evidence of that anywhere. While one detective clearly thinks Jane is belongs somewhere padded and equipped with sedatives, the other detective, Cooper, is one of those hunch-in-my-gut fellows, and he believes her.
The one who doesn't believe her? Henry. Laurel has poured some poison in his ear about how the only way for him to achieve his brand-new dream of being king of New York is to dump crazy Jane, and the way Jane's acting this week, he starts to believe it, especially when Jane starts shrieking about how she wants to go back to Indiana. Jane's crazy is pretty convincing, but that doesn't mean Henry isn't being a spineless, faithless weasel.
Gavin is dealing with the theft of his precious red box, which is now in the clutches of one Mr. Victor Shaw, who seems to carry a mighty grudge against Gavin. Shaw is the one who had Olivia drugged and kidnapped and almost run over last week—with some help from Gavin's formerly faithful and also formerly headed lieutenant, Sam—and now his job seems to be slithering into scenes and smiling too much.
Also on Gavin's plate is Dr. Scott Evans, a rent-delinquent tenant who happens to have a massive gambling problem. Which is a total win for Gavin, because he bails Scott out and then ropes him into being his go-to corrupt doctor. Poor stupid Scott. He gonna die.
Previously on 666 Park Avenue: Kandinsky tried to shoot Henry, and Laurel is a pushy publicist who wants to turn Henry into the next Subway Hero. Brian Leonard is jealous because his wife, Louise, keeps playing doctor with hot Dr. Scott, while Alexis seems to want to nail both Brian and Dr. Scott (can't blame her there). Jane's creepy ghost grandmother and her ghost great-grandfather both showed up and Great-Granddad killed someone, while a guy in a gas mask kidnapped Olivia and stole something from Gavin's safe. And if no one screams, "WHAT'S IN THE BAAAAAAAAAX????!!!" during this episode I might cry rageful tears of boredom.
Jane's in the shower. Someone opens the bathroom door and comes in, and through the shower curtain it looks like Peter with his hatchet -- but then Jane wakes up in her own bed, with Henry asking if she's all right. Dude, your ladyfriend is cray-zay. Henry murmurs that it will take Jane some time to get over her ordeal last week, and that two police detectives will be coming over later to talk about what happened. He reassures her that the police will catch "that psycho." Yeah, they're going to respond really well to her story about her great-grandfather popping out of a filthy old suitcase from the basement. Jane's roots and eyebrows don't believe her story either.
In Gavin's penthouse office, a man, Sam, is telling him that four of Gavin's other buildings had their security systems attacked on Halloween. Gavin observes that someone is sending him a message that he's vulnerable. He tells Sam (who is being played by Peter Friedman, whom you may recognize from every cop show ever but who I know as Ashley Judd's brother-in-law in my absolute favorite sick-day movie, the risible and wonderful Hugh Jackman starrer Someone Like You) not to say a word to Olivia about the robbery because being kept in the dark about things that affect her husband is every wife's ideal way to live. You know, if you're Dottie Sandusky or Ruth Madoff or some other willfully oblivious bitch. Gavin says he wants the perpetrator found, quickly.
Some filthy warehouse. A man walks into what looks like a storeroom that someone's been living in and begins unpacking surveillance equipment from his bag -- and also Gavin's box. It appears to have a Mayan calendar carved on it. Ooh, does that mean this show disappears on December 21? The man's phone rings and a voice on the other end asks if he has it. The man says he does, and the voice says Mr. Wallace can pick up his million dollars at Gramercy Park at noon. Wallace asks what's in the box, and the voice says it's not important. Wallace says that maybe the box is worth more to someone else, and the voice promises him three million but only on the condition that he doesn't open the box. Well, now that you've mentioned it.