Henry's relationship with Gavin threatens to derail his career. Jane learns more about Nona. And Annie turns to Gavin for help in dealing with Kandinsky. Guilt by Association
Henry's boss, Commissioner Pike (Jose Zuniga), and an assistant district attorney suspect Henry is feeding Gavin inside information to give him an advantage in his business dealings. Henry maintains his innocence. Henry is given the opportunity to clear his name if he uses his friendship with Gavin as a way to procure documents that could guarantee the tycoon goes to jail. When Henry refuses, his is given a day to think about it. "We don't want to ruin you," says Pike.
Henry meets with Gavin to tell him that he doesn't think they should see
each other until the investigation is over. Gavin informs Henry that his
boss has been engaging in some questionable, if not illegal, activities
of his own. Henry still seems dubious. He asks Gavin why he's been so
nice to himself and Jane. "Because I see something in you, something I
haven't seen in a long time," Gavin answers. "The gifts, the flattery,
the VIP access to all New York has to offer. At what point do you expect
me to start paying you back?" Ouch. Realizing that he is indeed a
world-class sucker, Henry leaves. Gavin states, "Careful, Henry, you walk
through that door, things change." Olivia tells Gavin he may have to
abandon the plans he has for Henry. Nona, Interrupted
who appears to be living alone, meets with a psychiatrist named Ingrid (Wendy Moniz).
Nona does her best to convince Ingrid that she is "cured." No sooner do the words leave the girl's mouth, Nona notices Ingrid's sunglasses. After agreeing to
meet again when Nona's grandmother is present, the shrink leaves and
Nona puts on the woman's sunglasses.
Are Those New?
the way downstairs in the elevator, Nona runs into Jane, who comments on
how much she likes Nona's shades. When they arrive in the lobby, Ingrid is still in the building. Nona quickly hides the glasses. Ingrid asks Nona about them, saying she can't find them anywhere. Doorman Tony says
the building thief strikes again. Jane offers to keep an eye out, and Ingrid describes the missing glasses. Jane quickly realizes they are the exact
pair Nona was wearing in the elevator. To Catch a Thief
Jane goes to Nona's apartment and
asks to speak to her grandmother, who Nona says is in Atlantic City.
Jane holds up flyers of missing items and asks the girl if she
recognizes any of them. When Nona doesn't come clean, Jane takes a more
direct approach and demands that Nona return the items that she stole.
Still playing innocent, Nona acts incredulous. "Yeah, next time you want
to hide your criminal activity, don't wear the evidence." Jane says.
After Jane threatens to set up a meeting between herself, Olivia and
Nona's grandmother, Nona finally relents. She denies taking
Jane's necklace, but admits she might know where the other items are
located. A bag full of the missing items mysteriously appears at the front desk. However, Jane returns Ingrid's sunglasses in person and is able to uncover some information about Nona's past.
While Jane isn't playing Nancy Drew, she continues to try to open the suitcase. Again, the mysterious little girl (Ursula Parker)
appears in Jane's apartment. Startled, Jane gasps loudly. "Shhhh, he'll
hear me," the girl says. When Jane asks who, the girl looks over at the
suitcase. And just like that, she disappears. Jane takes the suitcase
and puts it on the top shelf of her closet. This just reinforces the stereotype
that boogeymen do indeed reside in closets. Little does she realize the case is slowly opening itself.To See or Not to See
Henry sneaks into the Dorans
apartment and downloads a file regarding Gavin's latest development
deal. He notices a file on the desktop labeled with Jane's name and his
own. He downloads that as well. Back Scratching 101
villain is holding her captive, trying to find out who told her about
him. Although she swears she made the whole thing up and offers to print
a retraction, Kandinsky remains unsatisfied. In a desperate act, Annie
gives Kandinsky the name of her boss, Ned, as her source. While her captor
is out, presumably eviscerating Annie's editor, she is able to escape.
She immediately heads to Ned's home and discovers his dead body. She receives a phone call from Kandinsky telling her that she's
next. A desperate Annie turns to Gavin for help. He tells her he can
make Kandinsky go away, if she writes an article about the City Planning
Commission. Visions of Dead Things Dance In Her Head
On their way to a party at the
mayor's house, Jane and Henry run into Nona. As they are getting out of
the elevator, Nona trips and grabs on to Henry for support. She has a
vision of Henry getting shot. As Henry goes to hail a cab, Nona tells
Jane to keep Henry away from the man with the compass tattoo. She says
he is dangerous, has a gun and is going to hurt Henry. Hey, That Smoke Looks Familiar
Tony is delivering a package when he hears a strange sound coming from Henry and Jane's apartment. As if hypnotized, he enters their home and heads straight for the closet and the mystery suitcase. He lays the suitcase on the bed and opens it. A huge puff of black smoke emerges (Lost
, anyone?) Then all of a sudden, Tony is back out in the hall as if it were all a dream.Party Animals
At the party, Olivia confronts Henry about cooperating in the investigation against him. Unaware of her boyfriend's predicament, Henry pulls Jane aside to explain. Henry still hasn't looked at the files he downloaded. Jane asks Henry what he's going to do. She encourages him not to let anyone intimidate him. 666 Park Avenue
still fails to deliver thrills or chills. Let's hope all this endless foreplay leads to the good stuff soon.(Image courtesy of ABC)