The door that was missing earlier has been restored to the basement, so obviously Jane is going to go poke it. She opens the door and walks out... onto the roof? Sure. Doesn't everyone's basement laundry room have a roof? Mary Barlow is there, in a white gown, and she walks to the edge of the roof and turns around. "You never should have come here," Mary tells Jane. "They're never going to let you go." Then she falls backward off the roof and plunges down toward the street. Jane wakes up just before Mary hits the ground. Henry brings her a cup of coffee in bed and asks how she's feeling. He tells Jane about Louise's elevator accident. She says they should visit her in the hospital. Henry adds that Gavin called and said the contracts are ready to sign. Jane shifts to get out of bed and her feet poke out from under the covers -- they're filthy, like she walked ten blocks barefoot in New York in the summertime. Ew.
Gavin says the contracts are a standard year with an option for another, that they can quit or he can fire them any time. Henry says they won't be quitting. Gavin says Henry told him Jane was doing research on the building, and he grabs some blueprints and says he wants to restore the Drake to how it looked originally, and he wants Jane's help. She's flattered and overwhelmed and has forgotten that Gavin is super spooky and probably has Moira Kelly locked in a cabinet somewhere. They sign the contracts.
Nona's jewelry hoard. She rubs Jane's necklace and sees Jane, in the red McQueen, fleeing in terror as she gets ax-murdered. But she's wearing the necklace Nona is holding. Hmm.
Next time: Jane finds birds living in the building's walls. Alexis tries to bang Brian. Jane investigates a long-ago murder and the covered-up laundry-room door. Because nothing says spooky like vermin infestations and unexpected renovations!