Back at the Clocktower (and I'm really curious as to how they transported the immobile, unbendable statue-man -- probably on the hood of Reese's car), Dinah says, "How can he possibly be alive?" and I guess she has no problem with a dude turning into clay, but it's too much to ask for her to accept that the guy might still be alive. I guess what I'm trying to get at here is shut up, Dinah. Barbara says the guy's vital signs are stable, but they don't have much time and need to come up with an antidote, like, maybe Barbara should find a cure for cancer, since she's always instantly coming up with antidotes for various abnormalities. She's going to start by running down a list of Clayface's associates to find out "who knows what" about the compound, and maybe she could ASK NEW GOTHAM CHEMICALS ABOUT ITS OWN COMPOUND. And Dinah says, looks like you're canceling your vacation, and Helena didn't even know Barbara was going to the Bahamas with Wade, and she busts on Barbara for "sacrificing" her own happiness and Barbara's all "we don't have time" and she's got a list of Clayface's associates and she's eliminating everyone who's dead or in jail, which leaves, oh! Just one name! How fortunate! His name is Will Kroner, and hey! Turns out he's the chemist who invented the compound! What a lucky break! Helena heads off to talk to the guy, but promises they're going to finish the Wade conversation. After she leaves, Barbara glares at Dinah, who claims she didn't know it was a secret.
The notorious Dr. Kroner is exiting his building when he's grabbed and thrown up against the wall by Helena, who demands information about the robbery at New Gotham Chemicals, where the compound he invented was stolen; he doesn't know anything about the robbery, and besides, the compound was destroyed. Helena tells him about the clay man, and the scientist is shocked because the compound was never intended to have that effect, "unless the compound was ingested by someone else," and then he admits that it was years ago that he worked for Clayface and that his criminal past is behind him. And Helena wants to know, assuming she believes that, who could have taken it. And the scientist has no idea and says the compound was designed to have a specific effect on Clayface's DNA, but it would kill anybody else who drank it. And Helena ACCEPTS THIS when not thirty seconds ago the chemist said "unless the compound was ingested by someone else." Good detective work, Helena. She tells the guy to call Reese at the cop shop if his "memory returns."