Club. Henry is drunkenly apologizing to Jane for telling Brian about how Jane sees ghosts and is crazy, and she tells him to take her home for more "very nice" sex and she'll forgive him. He tells her he loves her and they make out. I'm going to need a keyboard shortcut for "Jane and Henry make out."
Gavin's place. He and Edwards are having drinks, and Edwards asks what his compensation is now that he's hired Henry. Gavin says Henry is the compensation, that he's the best hire Edwards can make and that Edwards should be more concerned about getting Gavin the development he wants in Greenpoint. Edwards says there's nothing he can do for Gavin, but Gavin points out that he controls the district's redevelopment rights. Edwards says he can't help, that there's another developer interested in the property. Gavin seems almost pleased to have underestimated Edwards's greed, and asks how much he wants. Edwards says the other developer understands what Edwards really wants. Gavin says, "Enlighten me."
Club. Brian is getting drunk while Alexis and Louise dance and Alexis makes sex faces at him behind his wife's back. He gets up and tells Louise he wants to go home. But the women are having fun. Brian insists and Louise leaves, with Alexis scowling gorgeously at their backs. I hope Brian and Louise don't have any pets we haven't met yet.
By the river, Olivia is reading Sasha's suicide note. She takes out a lighter and sets it on fire. The bench she's sitting on has a plaque on the back: "In loving memory of Sasha Doran, 1984-2002." Pity that Annie didn't write her obituary. Olivia drops the burning note and walks away and the only words really discernible on the page are "He's evil" and "only way out."
Gavin asks Edwards if there's any way he can change his mind. The elevator door opens, but there's no car there. Edwards looks confused, but then Gavin shoves him down the open elevator shaft. He screams his way down into a square of white light as Gavin observes, looking slightly put out that now he'll have to find a new toy to distract Henry.