No. I guess not. Helena wants to kill Clayface. Barbara doesn't think it's such a hot idea. Helena deduces that Barbara knew, which is why Barbara didn't want Helena to go see Clayface, like, ding ding ding! Barbara says she wasn't sure, and when she was sure, the dude was already locked up for life anyway, so she didn't see the point in letting Helena know. Helena, not unreasonably, is a little peeved about all this. "'The point'? The point is knowing who killed my mother," says Helena, and Barbara asks why? So you could exact revenge? And Helena basically says whatever and "you have no idea who I am" and that sort of thing and stomps on out of there.
Kroner's opening the briefcase for Chris, and he says he'll be going, and Chris makes him hold on while he checks to see if it works. He takes out a vial of the new compound. Oooh, it's red! Chris drinks it. Dr. Kroner asks him how he feels, and Chris says "powerful," so Kroner's all, that's great, check ya later! But Chris wants to test it out, which makes Kroner nervous, and he starts pleading with Chris, who says something about Kroner being in the wrong place at the wrong time. Chris takes Kroner's hand and makes his Gleeful Evil Face as Birds of Prey employs its "sound effects in place of special effects" technique.
Helena, in a snit, stomps around a city street while Barbara tries to contact her. Helena ignores her until Barbara lets her know that Kroner called Reese and gave him Chris's address. So Reese then lets Kroner go in all alone to give an extra-powerful version of the compound to the super-villain? That's some sharp police work right there. Helena's happy to have someone to beat on, and Barbara lectures her a bit, warning her against skin-to-skin contact, and Helena's all, whatever, we've got the antidote, and she stomps off.
Chris's subway apartment. The guy lives in a couple of subway cars pushed together. Only it's right next to a real subway, close enough that we get the flickering subway-going-by light effect throughout his apartment. Has nobody from the Gotham Transit Authority checked out the squatter in the subway cars? And he LIVES RIGHT UNDERNEATH AN ACTUAL APARTMENT BUILDING. Does any of this make any sense to anyone? Christ! Anyway, Helena comes crashing through the…skylight? Which I guess must be set in the sidewalk. "It's over, Junior," she says. "I've got the antidote to your touch. Turns out you're not as powerful as you thought." Then she notices the new statue and starts toward it. Chris throws his coffee mug at the statue, which explodes, knocking both Chris and Helena to the ground. Chris looks as surprised as Helena -- at least before he grins that stupid grin again, and says, "You were saying?" Commercials.