Gavin asks him what he really wants. Shaw says he wants the Drake and tells Gavin to hand it over or he will open the box. Gavin tells Shaw to open the box – if he’s sure he can handle it. Shaw asks if Gavin if he thinks he would go through all this trouble if he weren’t sure what he was dealing with. Gavin says that Shaw is bluffing. Shaw then asks what Olivia thinks about this whole thing. Does she think it’s romantic that Gavin rescued her from an obsessive lover but couldn’t make him disappear like your average Drake resident because this particular resident was far from average? He says that Gavin imprisoned this unnamed resident, and asks what would happen if the person got out. Gavin still thinks he’s bluffing. Does anyone else know what the hell they’re talking about? I sure don’t.
Gavin adopts his usual sinister™ look and says he’s giving Shaw a chance to walk away. He strongly suggests that Shaw accept the offer. Shaw says that ten million dollars makes for a hell of an expensive dinner. Gavin says it’s not about money; it’s about what happens when he wins. Gavin walks away, leaving the box with Shaw. Shaw opens the gift box, and it contains Sam’s head! D’oh!
An Old Navy gift card would have been sufficient
Jane comes out of the bedroom. She tells Henry that she loves him, but the more she thinks about the Drake, the more she knows she needs to leave. Henry says he loves it there, but he loves her more, so he’s willing to go to Brooklyn or Jersey or wherever. But Jane says she thinks she wants to move back to Indiana where things were simple and safe. Jane says if she stays in NYC, she will go crazy or get hurt. She wants Henry to come with her, but she also knows it’s better for his career to be in NYC.
Henry says he just wants to know the truth about what’s been going on. She says that she sees and hears things and she feels a darkness from the Drake. She says she knows that Peter Kramer tried to kill her and she knows that means that Peter was a ghost, but it doesn’t necessarily mean it wasn’t real. Henry says he thinks the building is starting to freak her out and maybe she should speak to a professional since her grandmother ended up going crazy. Jane asks if he thinks she’s crazy. Henry says he is worried about her and “us.” Jane says it sounds pretty far from a conversation about “us.” Henry is upset and says he has to go for a walk. Jane is pissed at him for walking out and angrily sweeps everything off the desk. In the mess, she picks up another newspaper clipping about the Kramer murder.
Detective Cooper sits in his police car looking at a computer with online newspaper articles about incidents that happened at the Drake. Among them is a story about our old friend Kandinsky.