Anyway. The moral of the story is, don't overdo your leg workout if it's been a while.
Kayla. Helena. Stalking each other in the cage as the tuxedo brigade scream and wave their cigars about. Helena seems to have trouble understanding that this poor woman, who's been kidnapped, drugged, and tortured, is not the enemy here. I mean, she begins taunting her! Helena says Kayla doesn't look so tough, and asks if her metahuman ability is the power to give dirty looks. Kayla doesn't say anything. She's too enraged! She just makes fireballs with her palms. "Sorry I asked," says Helena, dodging a fireball and running around the cage. "I don't want to hurt you," she says. Kayla responds by chucking another fireball at her, which puffs away harmlessly on the chain-link fence that makes up this cage. Apparently that's some sort of titanium, fire-absorbing chain-link fence. "Okay, maybe now I do," says Helena. So she closes in for some hand-to-hand combat, featuring kicks, punches, jumps, and quips. The men continue to scream as the women continue their largely contact-free fight -- I mean, using low camera angles can't disguise the fact that Helena takes a lot of jumps without actually touching Kayla. Helena finally gets the upper hand, fist poised above Kayla's head, as the men start chanting, "Kill! Kill! Kill!" and this one little weaselly guy yells, "Get 'er a body bag! YEEEEAAAAHHH!" Instead, after glaring at Scarface, Helena simply lets Kayla drop to the floor, much to the chagrin of the bloodthirsty crowd.
Helena's hauled back to her cell, where Snideclops (tm muchsarcasm) lectures her on how she's supposed to kill her opponent at the end of the match; otherwise she gets tortured to death. "That's the rules," he says. Helena says she doesn't care for rules, and Scarface says he noticed. "You're fighting the drug much harder than anyone ever has before. But you'll break," he informs her, adding that the kill will be all the more savage and spectacular. "Watching you lose control will be worth breaking the rules just this once," he says, and Helena impolitely suggests that he step inside the cell to see what else she can break. Oddly enough, he declines, and continues to try to act all sinister, which is tough to do when you look like a reject from the Thompson Twins. He says something about how finding an opponent worthy of Helena will be "quite the challenge." Boy, wouldn't it be weird if somehow Helena and Dinah squared off? Especially since they were talking about it earlier? Nah, that'd never happen. Scarface walks away while Helena does her best to employ nervous tics so we know how hard she's working to combat the drug. Meanwhile, I have ingested a drug or two of my own to make this episode go by faster. Dude, it totally looks like Helena is baked right now. Seriously. Look at her!