Lobby. Henry and Jane come home and the nighttime doorman says Gavin wants to see them. Henry protests that it's 2 AM, but the doorman says that's what Gavin told him. He goes up to the penthouse while Jane gets off on the third floor and in the hallways she sees the creepy little girl with her grubby doll. The girl says, "Don't. Don't let him out." And then she vanishes. But doesn't that happen to everyone when they drink tequila?
Penthouse. Gavin asks Henry to join him on the terrace. Gavin delivers a speech about the peaceful nighttime, when dreams are real, and tells Henry he doesn't think the Edwards job is the best idea for Henry. Henry thinks being a councilman's chief of staff is a good step up for him, but Gavin says Henry should be the one running for office. Well, it worked for Rahm Emanuel. Henry is giving Gavin a look that ever so slightly says, "Man, you crazy," but he seems pretty well enticed by what Gavin is implying.
Annie is tied to a chair in her apartment, still screaming for help. Kandinsky shushes her.
Jane and Henry's bed. She hears the tinkling sound again, gets out of bed and goes to the basement (barefoot! Still! Ew!). The formerly bleeding door is open. She calls out, and then ventures into the room that she's already gotten trapped in once. Because Jane is an idiot. She sees a flashlight lying on a box, asks again if anyone is in there, then picks it up. She focuses the light on an old, cobwebby suitcase and tries to open it. She picks up the suitcase and takes it back upstairs, then gets back in bed without even rinsing off the grubby bare feet she's been walking around the building in, ew. The sides of the suitcase start to move, like something is in it. And now I'm going to have nightmares about Takashi Miike's Audition. AAAAACK.
Next week: Jane has a conversation with the little creepy girl. Henry's office asks him to help investigate Gavin, and Kandinsky is still around and firing guns at people.
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