Gavin watches Henry and Jane as well and says “finding love makes the pain of searching for love worthwhile.” Danielle says he’s clearly never tried Internet dating. However, she is going out with someone tomorrow night. Gavin says he’ll make her a reservation at this romantic place in the Flatiron district because “it never hurts to stack the deck.”
Later than night, Jane and Henry are in bed when Jane remembers that she left clothes in the dryer in the basement. She says she needs to go get them right now because of the thief in the building. Man, she’ll use any excuse to get to that basement.
Downstairs, the DOOR that was covered in concrete is now uncovered by concrete, so naturally Nosy Nellie goes to open it. This time, it opens into another apartment with an old-fashioned record player playing “I Only Have Eyes for You.” She creeps in and of course there is a dead man on the floor covered in blood. The dead guy jumps up like he’s alive and that’s when Jane wakes up from yet another bad dream. But on the floor, the formerly empty laundry basket is full of folded clothes, so I guess she was sleepwalking again. (Or was she?)
Next morning, Henry is running late for work. And by the way, he forgot to mention that he invited the Dorans over for dinner tomorrow night. Jane is pissed that she has to cook for billionaires, but what else can they do, since they can’t afford to take the Dorans out to dinner.
In the lobby, the demon elevator still isn’t working and Tony is telling someone to use the freight elevator. Jane asks him if he knows of any murders in the building. Tony says no murders, but there have been lots of suicides and accidents. Well, that’s much more reassuring.
The exterminator shows up and Jane takes him to John’s apartment. He looks down into an airshaft that Jane says isn’t in the blueprints. Inside, an assload of birds are nesting. Ewwww. I hate birds. The exterminator says it’s the biggest “murmuration of starlings,” he’s ever seen. We are treated to a lesson in collective animal nouns. For example, did you know that a group of crows is called a “murder?” I actually did know that because I know a lot of useless crap. (Another fun fact: a group of weasels is called a “sneak.” I love that.) Anyway, exterminator guy says don’t worry, he will seal up the shaft and kill all the birdies. I hope PETA doesn’t find out, or demon elevators will be the least of their problems.
Brian NoBalls is in his apartment and for once he is actually writing. Of course he’s still staring at Alexis’ window, but she doesn’t appear to be home at the moment. He closes the curtains. He hears a knock on the door, and it is Jane and the exterminator who need to check the ventilation shafts.
Jane asks about Louise and tells Brian she plans on visiting her in the hospital the next day. Brian looks back at the window and the curtains have magically opened themselves. He’s freaked out because he knows he closed them. Naturally, Alexis is undressing in front of the window. Jesus, lady. Buy a webcam. She looks up and waves at him. He slams the curtains closed.