Back at the Clocktower, Dinah is only now starting to move her whiny ass to go after Helena; she bounds down the spiral staircase, informing that Barbara she's going after Huntress. She warns Barbara not to tell her not to go, and launches into a spiel about finding Helena before something bad happens to her and blah blah blah. "I won't," says Barbara. "Won't what?" says Dinah. Duh. "Tell you not to go," says Barbara. And Dinah gets all shiny and happy as Barbara gives her yet another speech along the lines of "you can do it" and just how many damn scenes like this do we have to be subjected to? Dinah's mood swings are starting to scare me. Barbara then tells her that she's retuned Dinah's comm set and put a booster on it so they shouldn't have the same problem as Helena's comm set, which sort of makes one wonder why the comm sets aren't just as powerful as Barbara can make them all the time, but the answer is, naturally, that Helena's comm set conking out merely because she was underground was a completely contrived attempt to inject some drama. Dinah strides dramatically to the door, pausing only to allow Barbara to say, "Bring her back."
Over at Gladiatrix, Scarface is all clapping his hands and exhorting the women to put on their "finishing touches" so they can look nice for the paying customers. Helena grabs the bars of her cage and says, "Your ass is mine when I get out of here," and Scarface says "yum" and calls her a "feisty little one" in a manner that leads me to highly doubt that lack of interest from women was any major issue for this guy. He says it's "Little Laser Claire" who's next in line to take on the champion, Kayla. "She's twelve and oh, aren't you, darling?" Kayla rattles her cage, and she and Claire both get the Red Lapel treatment. Desperately, Helena tells him that she'll show him a real fight if that's what he wants. "You're fast becoming my favourite," he says, and tells the guards to take her instead.