And Helena swoops down in an alley, which Reese calls an impressive entrance, and they look at the statue, which Reese says has "obviously been moved," whatever that means, and Helena readies the antidote thing, and meanwhile, very conspicuously watching on a fire escape about ten feet away is Son of Clayface -- I mean, he's right next to them, for Christ's sake. And he gets annoyed when Helena turns the statue back into a living person, and he calls up Dr. Kroner on his cell phone and introduces himself and says they need to talk and goes clonking on up the fire escape, only Helena and Reese don't notice, AS IF, and maybe the writers could put less effort to writing pseudo-scientific explanations for the metahuman abilities and more effort into avoiding scenes like this one with a super-villain yammering away into a cell phone while stomping up a fire escape and the supposedly cat-like Huntress and the supposedly trained police officer don't notice him doing it. ["Little late for that, eh what?" -- Sars]
Clayface's cell. He's reading. Helena strolls in and says she knows Clayface has a son, and Clayface now knows that "Oracle has done her research," and Helena wants to know where she can find Chris. "I think not, Helena," says Clayface, who says his son has become too powerful now anyway to be stopped, so Helena offers up her own quid pro quo, offering to trade inspiration for information, and he agrees. She wants to know why Son of Clayface is doing this, and it's Clayface's theory that Chris is trying to show up his dad by accomplishing something Clayface never could. "Like what?" says Helena, but Clayface says it's her turn, and asks her to recall the night of her mother's murder. "Now, as I recall, we were standing out in front of this big department store," says Clayface. FINALLY. "What do you mean, 'we'?" says Helena. And Clayface morphs his face into some white guy with curly hair which makes Helena gasp in shock as we flash back to that scene where Helena wails in grief over her mom's corpse while being very careful not to break a nail, and we watch that dude run away, dropping his switchblade in a puddle, and not once do we see his face, but Helena says "I remember that face" nevertheless. And Clayface starts describing in graphic detail stabbing into Helena's mom with a seven-inch switchblade and Helena realizes that's why police couldn't find the killer. "It was you," she says, because I guess murders are always solved unless there's a shape-shifter involved. Clayface goes back to being chocolate head. And he says he didn't stick around long enough to see her pain and suffering and concern for her manicure, at which point Helena goes berserk, attacking the glass while Clayface eggs her on. And apparently there are no guards on duty, because nobody comes to see what's going on. Helena finally calms down and says, "You're enjoying this," and backs away, buzzing for the guard, who's STANDING RIGHT THERE, to let her out, while Clayface pleads with her to stick around. And no mention is made of the Joker, who we've all been led to believe killed Catwoman (or had Catwoman killed) for revenge on Batman.