The Leonards' apartment. Brian is showering, and the bathroom is steamed up. He gets out, wrapping a towel around his waist and wipes the steam off the mirror. Alexis appears in the bathroom door. She says he closed the curtains and she wanted to see him. She made a duplicate of the keys she gave back to Louise earlier, apparently. She's all, I know you've been watching me. He tells her to leave. She kisses him. He does not seem all that opposed to the kissing.
Jane and Henry's apartment. Olivia and Gavin compliment her pot roast, which her grandmother taught her to make, thinking that cooking a proper roast would catch her a proper husband. Gavin says, "Would've worked on me." Maybe that's what Danielle should do rather than skulking around bars like a sad old spinster! Olivia asks what their plans are and Gavin asks how long they've been together. Henry says five years and Jane says they're not in any rush to get married. Olivia says Jane shouldn't wait too long, because men like Henry get snatched up pretty quickly in the city, apparently ignoring the fact that just because he's not married doesn't mean he's single. Damn, lady.
Danielle and her man are on their date on the Brooklyn Promenade, because that's appropriate for where she lives. They're talking about how lousy their waiter was. But he seems nice (he's also one of the evidence techs from Law & Order: SVU and I think on Oz he got murdered by the neo-Nazis). They kiss, and then they are having sex back at her place. I love these New York TV wormholes that allow people to travel great distances in negative time.
Henry pours after-dinner coffee and says Jane discovered a murder at the Drake that happened in 1956. Gavin asks where she got the paper, and says it looks like an original. She lies that she got it at the library. The murdered man lived in 7G... which is where Danielle Tyler lives. In Danielle's apartment, she kisses her man in bed, sits up and puts a robe on.
Henry and Jane are talking in bed. She says she thinks the building is trying to tell her something. Henry is full of pot roast and expensive wine and just wants to sleep.
Danielle's man is putting his clothes back on and says he needs to get home. She asks him to stay, and he says his wife will kill him if he doesn't come home. Uh oh -- his wife? He tells Danielle, "You knew what the deal was," and points out that he didn't take off his wedding ring. (Liar. He wasn't wearing one in the scene at the restaurant where he first met Danielle. It's unclear in the later scene of their date if he's wearing one. Thanks, DVR!) Danielle insists that she looked for a ring and he repeats that he has to go.