Nona receives a visit from her psychiatrist, Ingrid, who is slightly upset to learn that her grandmother isn’t around yet again. The shrink also seems to have lost her sunglasses. Well, that’s not quite accurate. Nona swiped them when she wasn’t looking. Too bad Jane catches her wearing the evidence. She now knows that the Drake thief is Nona, who still swears that she didn’t swipe Jane’s grandmother’s necklace. Nona has another vision when she touches Henry’s watch. She warns Jane to keep him away from a man with a compass tattoo. The guy is dangerous. He’s going to hurt Henry.
During delivery of some packages, Tony the doorman hears the bell of the suitcase ringing from inside Jane and Henry’s apartment. He checks things out and opens the case. Black smoke floats out from its inside. The little girl watches in fear from underneath the bed. Moments later, Tony is back in the hallway outside of the apartment. It’s as if he never went inside.
Annie sends the article on the corrupt police commissioner to her editor. Gavin assures her that Kandinsky will never bother her again. Still, Annie starts to freak when she realizes that she may have now put Pike’s life in danger with the mob. At the mayor’s party, Gavin lets Henry know that he’s hip his latest play by handing him back the flash drive cap. Jane has no idea what’s going on between the two of them until Olivia clues her in. Jane tells Henry to not let anyone intimidate him. He’s his own man.
Henry lets Pike know that he has Gavin’s file, but he’s not turning it over to anyone. Moments later, cell phones are beeping throughout the party. Many guests are sent word of Annie’s article. Speaking of Annie, she’s crashing the party to try to warn Pike. Jane also tries to warn Henry that he’s in danger when she sees a man with a compass tattoo draw a gun. It’s Kandinsky. BANG! BANG! Shots are fired. Henry pushes Pike out of the way and manages to knock out Kandinsky. There is, however, one casualty. Annie Morgan is dead.
Back at the Drake, Henry lets Gavin know that he now truly believes that he’s looking out for him. He tosses the flash drive into the fire without ever having looked at it. Jane thanks Nona for saving Henry’s life. She offers to be her friend. Nona tells her catatonic grandmother that she thinks she’s found someone she can trust. She later places Jane’s grandmother’s necklace on her apartment doorknob. After everyone has gone to sleep, the black smoke from the suitcase reappears. It begins to form into something. We ultimately see that the black smoke has taken the shape of a man.