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Detective Cooper says he used to feel his dead grandfather around the house when he was a kid. He could even smell Grandpa’s cigars, but his parents just thought he had an overactive imagination. So one day, Cooper’s dad pulled out a box of cigars from behind a heater vent and asked if that’s what Cooper smelled. Jane asks if that means he thinks there’s a logical explanation for what happened to her. Cooper says no, but people want there to be a logical explanation, that’s why his dad went out and bought a box of cigars and hid them. He gets a call on his radio and has to leave, but he says he will keep an open mind about the investigation.
Henry meets with Laurel ahead of his lunch meeting. He is late and Laurel hates his shirt and tie, but luckily she brought another tie for him. She puts it on him – getting a little close, if you ask me. He’s meeting with three Very Important Politicos, including John Buckley who backed the last four mayors. Laurel tells Henry to get in there and kiss Buckley’s ring and all kinds of doors will open.
Olivia is on the terrace looking forlornly at her million-dollar view. Gavin comes in and asks how she’s feeling. She says she can’t get rid of her headache and wants to know exactly how much she drank the other night. Gavin catalogues the array of drinks she had – including absinthe and several martinis. Olivia says she guesses she really overdid it. Gavin offers to have Dr. Sexy come back, but she would rather have a massage. Gavin agrees to arrange it, because that’s what a man does for the woman he loves.
Jane is back to wandering the halls when Sam runs by her and through her without her noticing. So is Sam a ghost or in another dimension now? Or is Jane? Oy, this show.
Henry and Laurel walk and talk. Laurel says Henry was amazing at the meeting, but Henry says Jane should have been there because the bigwigs asked so many questions about her. Laurel again says that Jane’s existence sucks for Henry’s “most eligible bachelor” persona. Wasn’t Anthony Weiner once considered one of NYC’s most eligible bachelors? Enough said. Anyway, Henry says fuck that eligible bachelor shit because Jane is very much a part of his life. Laurel agrees that Jane is sweet and kind and beautiful, but says she will never understand Henry’s drive to make it in city politics. Wow, Laurel’s kind of a bitch, huh? She’s only met Jane once. I don’t know how she came to this conclusion. But anyway, Henry says that Laurel is wrong. Laurel says she hopes she is.
Back at the Drake, Ghost (?) Sam is about to hang himself with a tie. Gavin says that before he uses this exit, they need to talk. Sam wants to know how Gavin knew that he was the one behind all the recent shenanigans. Come on, Gavin knows everything. Gavin says although Trent didn’t put together that Sam was the man he spoke to on the phone, Gavin figured it out it from the look in Sam’s eye when he saw Trent tied to the chair. Sam knows he’s fucked so he tries to talk his way out of it. He says he can make things right and get the stolen box back. Gavin wants to know what this whole thing is all about. Sam says, as far as he knows, it’s about money. Apparently, Sam promised to set up a dinner between the thief and Gavin. The thief would return the box in exchange for $10 million in bearer bonds. Gavin is about to leave, when he realizes that Sam can still be useful for something.