Nona is frantically cleaning her apartment. She puts out a plate of cookies just as a woman named Ingrid shows up. Nona tells Ingrid that her grandma baked the cookies just before she went out. Ingrid is a social worker there to check up on Nona. Nona tells her that she’s doing great and has reached calm and peace in her life and she is cured. Ingrid looks skeptical, but says she’d like to schedule a session with Nona and her grandma. Nona says that would be great and then steals Ingrid’s sunglasses as she leaves. No vision for Ingrid? Maybe the kleptovoyance only works on Drake residents.
Gavin and Henry are walking outside. Gavin asks Henry if he’s heard anything about the job at the councilman’s office. Henry says as a matter of fact, he did and he tells him about the canceled interview. Gavin says the councilman’s lack of taste proves his previous point that the job would not be a good fit for Henry. He asks again if Henry’s given any thought to his suggestion that Henry run for office. Henry says every second of every minute.
Then Gavin casually mentions that Henry’s office is investigating Gavin for having inside info on several land deals. Gavin says it probably came from one of his competitors on the Greenpoint Towers project. Henry says he had no idea and maybe he can talk to his boss Commissioner Pike. Gavin doesn’t want Henry to get in the middle of it, but more importantly, Gavin doesn’t want the investigation to affect their relationship.
You complete me
Annie is still tied up in her apartment, but Kandinsky is gone. She falls over in the chair and manages to get out of her ties. She should have named her villain Dali instead of Kandinsky because then her bindings would have just melted away.
Jane runs into Nona on the elevator and compliments her sunglasses. But as they get to the front desk, Ingrid is talking to Tony. She asks Nona if she’s seen her sunglasses, but Nona’s all “nope, no idea what you’re talking about.” Jane introduces herself as the building manager and asks what the sunglasses looked like. Ingrid describes the exact sunglasses that Nona was just wearing and since she’s such a crack detective, Jane figures out that Nona is probably the building thief. She takes Ingrid’s card and says she’ll be in touch if the glasses turn up.
Annie is running down the street to a brownstone to see Ned, who I guess is the editor she threw under the bus. She bangs on the front door of the building but there’s no answer. She tries to call him, but again, no answer. She puts her hand on the railing and finds it all bloody. She follows a trail of blood down the front stoop to the garbage area where she finds a body. It’s Ned.
Ned’s dead, baby