666 PARK AVENUE: Official Synopsis For Episodes 6 & 7
"Diabolic" - The aftermath of the Dorans' Halloween party leaves everyone with an emotional and psychological hangover. Jane, traumatized by the terror she experienced, is even more devastated by the lack of support not only from the detectives investigating the case, but from Henry, leading to repercussions in their relationship. Meanwhile, Dr. Evans, who suffers from a gambling addiction, becomes beholden to Gavin in order to pay off a large debt. Finally, Gavin tracks down the person responsible for endangering Olivia and stealing his property, and is determined to end the trouble or risk losing The Drake and everything he owns. And in one horrifying moment, Jane pieces together how is she is connected to the history of the building, on "666 Park Avenue," SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 4 (10:01-11:00 p.m., ET), on the ABC Television Network.
Although ABC's horror series 666 Park Avenue has been a little shaky in terms of ratings, the network has nonetheless given the order for additional scripts. What follows is an official synopsis for episodes six and seven of the show's inaugeral season.
"Downward Spiral" - Henry's political career continues to rise when he receives a special commendation from the Mayor for his heroic actions. However his exultation is tempered by Jane's ever-changing mood about staying at The Drake, where she no longer feels safe. Meanwhile, Jane discovers that both Nona and her missing grandmother, Lottie Clark, have mysterious connections to the building; Brian determines that Alexis has been duplicitous when it comes to Louise and her "affair" with Dr. Evans; and back at the hospital, the good doctor learns the unethical terms of his payback to Gavin in exchange for his help. Finally, Jane and Nona discover one of The Drake's ultimate secrets as they search for Lottie - a secret that will change Jane's life forever -- on "666 Park Avenue," SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 11 (10:01-11:00 p.m., ET), on the ABC Television Network.
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