Jane visits Louise in the hospital and brings her sandwiches, because no one can recover without carbs. Jane says they had the elevators inspected and all the safety mechanisms seem to be working, so she plans to ask Gavin about them. Louise hands over a lawyer's card and Jane asks if she's planning to sue Gavin. She says she has a real case, that she's lost a lot of work because of the accident. Jane excuses herself, saying she needs to get to the store and cook dinner. Come on, honey. FreshDirect.
Jane runs into Olivia and Danielle in the elevator. Danielle is buzzing because of her date. Jane brings groceries up to her apartment, and thinks she sees Nona in the hallway. Or maybe Nona is Olivia's dead daughter? There's an envelope in Jane's entryway, containing a newspaper article from 1956 about the murder of the guy she saw in her dream.
Henry gets home and Jane tells him about her dream and the dead guy. Henry says she's clairvoyant and asks if she's foreseeing he'll get fired. He explains that he knows Gavin's potential $100 million property is on contaminated land. Perhaps it's bigger news that a lot at Forty-Third and the West Side Highway is a toxic wasteland of arsenic and chromium? Henry says if Gavin closes the deal, he'll be screwed, presumably because they can't put a residential tower on a toxic dump? Jane tells Henry to tell Gavin, but if he leaks this information (why wouldn't Gavin get his own assessment of the land before buying?), he'll get fired and he and Jane will have to move back to Indiana. I knew it! Henry is a much cuter and less dour incarnation of Mark Brendanawicz!
Gavin and Olivia show up for dinner and bring the $800 bottle of wine, because of course they do. They are definitely not beef stroganoff billionaires.
Out on the street (and so help me, from the signs for Broadway and 278 I still can't figure out where he is) the exterminator is being stalked by birds. Pestilential monsters. He's talking back to them, because he's either drunk or crazy or both. The birds swarm and chase him into the street, where he gets hit by a cab.