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Gavin says that Commissioner Pike has gotten into Henry’s head and is manipulating him because bringing Gavin down would “skyrocket” Pike’s career. Gavin asks if Henry’s aware that Pike has been lining his pockets with developers’ dollars for years and it’s the worst kept secret in Manhattan. Henry notes that Gavin never mentioned that before, and Gavin says he didn’t want to put him in a bad spot. Henry is not convinced and wants to know why Gavin has been so nice to him and Jane. Gavin says because he sees something in Henry. But Henry rightly wants to know when he will have to pay Gavin back.
Meanwhile, eagle eye Henry spots a file on Gavin’s computer labeled “Greenpoint Project.” This show is so subtle. It might as well say “Gavin’s Top Secret File of Evil Dealings and Soul Pacts.” Henry realizes that Gavin was testing him over the Alpert deal and angrily leaves. Gavin warns that if Henry walks through that door, things will change. Henry walks out anyway.
Olivia slinks up after he leaves and says that she knows Gavin has a plan for Henry, but maybe it’s time to cut him loose.
Next day, Jane is sitting on someone’s stoop when Ingrid the shrink walks up. Jane asks about Nona, but Ingrid can’t really say anything. Jane asks her then for some general info, and Ingrid says that Nona lost both of her parents in an accident last year and is being raised by her grandmother, but her grandma is never around so she’s basically raising herself. Jane says she totally gets that because her mom died young and her dad was never around, so she and Nona are practically twins. Ingrid says that Nona needs someone she can trust and that’s clearly not her. Maybe it could be Jane.
Annie meets with Gavin by the water. She begs him for help since Kandinsky is out to kill her.
Gavin reminds her that she wanted to change the world with her stories. How did that work out? He says he can get rid of Kandinsky, but she has to write one final story for him about corrupt city planning officials. She doesn’t want to because she’s already responsible for one death, but Gavin promises no innocent lives will be lost. She’s leery at first, but agrees when Gavin promises Kandinsky will never bother her again.
Olivia is leaving the Drake when Tony calls out to her. He has her diamond brooch. He says he has a bag of stolen stuff behind his desk, although he doesn’t know who put it there.
Henry is getting his mail and watches Olivia leave. He takes the key and heads up to the Dorans’ penthouse. I guess he gets the key because he is resident manager, but I really can’t believe the Dorans would give that out. But anyway, he goes right for Gavin’s computer and sticks in a flash drive. He quickly copies the Greenpoint document and then sees a file named “Henry Martin and Jane Van Veen.” Again: subtle. He copies that one too. At that moment, he hears Olivia returning because she forgot something. She enters speaking on her cell and Henry leaves via the fire escape without being caught. Unfortunately, Henry left the cap to his flash drive on Gavin’s desk. Nice job, Henry.