Jane calls Henry on his cell to tell him about the invitation. He has a tux he can dust off, but Jane has nothing to wear and only $11 in her bank account. But she will figure something out.
Jane walks down a creepy hallway that whispers. Yeah, I have a thing about not living in places that talk to me, working fireplaces or not. At the elevator bank, Jane meets the sketchy teen who wished them luck the day before and learns that her name is Nona. She warns Jane about various building issues, including a thief at large. Then Nona says she loves Jane’s necklace, too.
Love your necklace. Would hate for anything to happen to it.
As all dumb bitches do in horror movies, Jane heads down to the basement to check it out. It’s creepy, with posters advertising lost items (presumably stolen by the building thief), flickering lights and eerie background music. She drags a ladder over to try and fix the light bulb and we see a couple of ghost or zombie women hanging around. Jane is oblivious to the ghosts but get all excited when she notices the floor tile, which, although falling apart, seems to be a mosaic of a dragon.
Henry comes home to their completely furnished and decorated apartment. Wow, they got settled quickly. Henry says that Gavin invited him to hit golf balls tomorrow. Jane invites him into the tub with her and gushes about the floor mosaic. She tells us that Drake means Dragon and mentions that the building was built in 1923. She is excited to do some research and impress Gavin. She hopes she can convince him to preserve parts of the building rather than completely renovating it.
Bloody Hand John is reading a tabloid headline about a murdered judge when his cell phone rings. A man who sounds like Gavin is on the other end and we learn that John made a deal to kill the judge in return for getting his dead wife back. John is afraid of getting caught and upset because he killed the guy and his wife is not back. Yeah, that’s worth a one-star review on Yelp for sure. The voice tells John to check his bedroom. A woman is sitting on the bed in a nightgown. Oh dear. Hasn’t he read The Monkey’s Paw? This won’t end well.
A phone buzzes on a nightstand as two people get it on. It’s Brian and Louise, but Louise stops to look at the message. She wasn’t enjoying herself anyway because Brian has no balls. Louise reads the email and is pissed, saying she can’t believe that her assistant Amy quit just as Louise is set to shoot her first Vogue cover on Monday. Oh, so Bitchy Louise is a photographer. Brian NoBalls offers to help her cart around equipment and whatnot because his main purpose in life apparently is to be a pussy. She gets on the phone to start making calls to find a replacement assistant.