The suitcase Jane found in the basement seems to be alive. A curious Tony DeMeo from the front desk lets it out. Henry's job has fallen through and he's in trouble at work being accused of ... See full summary »

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... Jane Van Veen
... Henry Martin
... Brian Leonard (credit only)
... Nona Clark
... Louise Leonard (as Mercedes Masohn) (credit only)
... Tony DeMeo
... Alexis Blume (credit only)
... Olivia Doran
... Gavin Doran
... Annie Morgan
... Commissioner Pike (as Jose Zuniga)
... Ingrid Weissman
... Regina Wilson
... Peter Kramer
... Kandinsky
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The suitcase Jane found in the basement seems to be alive. A curious Tony DeMeo from the front desk lets it out. Henry's job has fallen through and he's in trouble at work being accused of leaking information about the polluted construction site Gavin was once interested in. Nona, the Drake's 14 year-old in-house thief slips-up and Jane catches on to her. She has some special advice for Jane about Henry. Annie Morgan's fictional Russian mafia hit man Kandinski - who she made up for an obit - turns out to be real and is keeping her prisoner demanding to know who betrayed him. Just as she is losing any hope of surviving, Gavin steps asking that she write an article on he corrupt planning commission Henry has been having to deal with. Written by garykmcd

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Intriguing well written & directed episode!
29 December 2013 | by See all my reviews

WHY did they cancel this show?! Just watched this again and its just such a shame! Shame on ABC. Nothing they've put on in its place has done as well, which makes their decision to cancel this masterpiece even harder to understand.

Plus they tortured loyal fans by making us wait months for the final episodes, and didn't even advertise they'd be airing them.

This particular episode is one of my favorites. Writing and directing on this episode was amazing. I was on the edge of my seat the whole time. Love Dave Annabel and Rachael Taylor. This one also featured Nona, my hands down favorite and most intriguing character on the show. Dynamite little actress.

Every episode felt like a mini movie and I looked forward to watching it every Sunday night. DVR views should have told ABC it was worth moving to another time slot or other options to keep it on the air. I'm SMH why they let Betrayal keep running but not 666 Park Ave. I wish they would bring it back but know its just a dream. Not sure I can invest in any more ABC shows because they don't give them enough time to make their mark and get their fan base before canceling them. Very disappointing for fans.

The entire cast was remarkable and it was top quality television that rivaled anything HBO and Showtime were putting out.


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