Jane says she's really happy for how well Henry is doing, but after what happened on Halloween, she wants to go home. She doesn't feel safe in the Drake, but Henry steamrolls over her objections, saying Jane was the one who convinced him to get over his fear and move to New York, "and now things are going great for us!" Uh, things are demonstrably not great for Jane, dude. Even if you discount how her great-grandfather tried to axe-murder her on Halloween, there's the fact that she doesn't have a job and spends all day mucking around in the filthy basement and staring obsessively at old newspaper clippings. She's basically a refugee from Hoarders. Rather than arguing all this again, Jane says they should go so they're not late for the mayor.
The mayor's fancy ceremony. Jane is sitting with Olivia and Gavin while the sadly-not-el Bloombito mayor goes on about how Henry is such a great heroic hero and presents him with the Bronze Medallion. Afterward, Gavin and Olivia congratulate Henry and say he should be mayor, not this impostor who doesn't even have his own awesome sign-language interpreter. Olivia asks Jane for a private word.
Olivia tells Jane the symphony board needs an architect for a brownstone in Gramercy Park. But Jane tells Olivia she's planning to leave New York. Olivia neatly sums it up as Jane running away and then she's all, ah, well. So much for your grand opportunity, coward!
Brian comes home and calls for his wife. The apartment looks empty, but he hears a noise, and of course it's fucking Alexis. Brian asks where Louise is, and Alexis says she's at a photo shoot in Miami and asked Alexis to send her a few things. Brian has been staying with a friend in Brooklyn (since Halloween, presumably), which is why he didn't know where his own wife was. Alexis says she's sorry about the trouble between Louise and Brian and starts to say that if any of it was because of her -- and it all was -- but Brian stops her before she can make my finely honed sense of irony explode. He says he can't remember the last time he and Louise were happy together, but allows that Alexis didn't make Louise sleep with Dr. Scott. Alexis points out that the only evidence is a text message -- that Alexis sent -- but he's convinced by Louise's expression after she and Scott left the elevator. Alexis makes it clear she's available for purposes of sorrows drowning.