Annie's office. A coworker comes into the kitchen and says she read Annie's article and that Pike is really in trouble. Annie says yeah, he'll probably go to jail. But coworker has seen an episode or two of Law & Order and says no way will the mob let him talk to the cops; they'll sic Kandinsky on him. She leaves and Annie actually says, "Oh no, what have I done?" Ugh. Please die already.
Mayor's party. Pike excuses himself from a conversation and approaches Henry. He asks if there's something they need to talk about. Henry says he has the file on Gavin. Olivia and Gavin watch malevolently from across the room. Henry continues that he decided not to look at the file, and he won't give it to Pike. He says he's not going to compromise himself. Pike threatens to ruin Henry, tells him he'll lose everything. "Not everything," Henry says.
Annie arrives at the party, and the cops let her in after she shows them a big card that just says PRESS. I suppose if she'd remembered to tuck it in the band of her fedora they wouldn't have even stopped her. Across the room, Pike fires Henry. Then everyone's phones all start ringing all at once and it's Annie's story being emailed to every single one of them. Sure, that happens. Henry reads the headline and says to Pike, "Gavin was right. You're a crook."
A waiter bumps into Jane, and when she says, "Excuse me," she notices the compass tattoo on the inside of his wrist. It's Kandinsky, who's pushing through the crowd. He pulls a gun out of his waistband. Jane screams Henry's name. Henry tackles Pike as Kandinsky fires and people start running and shoving and screaming. Kandinsky aims at Pike again and Henry hits him with a tray, knocking him out. All the commotion dies down and everyone just stares at each other for a while, then they notice Annie lying on the floor, shot in the head. Olivia makes a worried face and looks up at Gavin, who's gotten himself on the second floor, so he can look down on everyone over a balcony.
The Drake. Henry and Jane lumber home dourly. Tony greets them and they tell him about Annie. They head upstairs, followed by Gavin and Olivia, who look serene and unbothered, even though this is at least the third death of one of their tenants in a few months. Olivia tells Gavin and Henry to go up and she and Jane will take another elevator. Henry tells Gavin he was right and apologizes for doubting him. Gavin smugly accepts his apology and gratitude.