Back at the Clocktower, Barbara and Helena are still going on about Shiva and ten dollars. Barbara says, "We need to come up with a plan," and with all this worry about Shiva, you'd think Barbara would point out that maybe, just maybe, Helena should have tried to stop Shiva. "She won't be satisfied until she kills me," says Barbara. "Or your sister, namely me," says Helena. But as they mull over the fact that Shiva's seen Barbara's face, she could easily figure out she's Barbara Gordon. Yet, strangely, they've yet to be concerned that everyone who has ever fought Huntress has seen her face. Yet here, the exposed face thing is supposed to be a major problem, since they figure Dinah could also be in danger if Shiva knows who Barbara Gordon is.
And, sure enough, as Dinah does the Walk of Empty School Hallway After Dance Disappointment, there's Shiva waiting for her, just kind of hanging out. I guess Shiva knew Dinah was going to confess to lying to Matt and that he'd storm off and then Dinah would wander to this exact spot so Shiva could fight her. Anyway, after commercials, Shiva grabs at Dinah, who has one of her little vision things and sees the Batgirl/Shiva fight, as well as Shiva's sister in an upstairs window just before the explosion. Dinah runs away and rounds a corner, and somehow manages to hide herself even though there's nowhere to hide. When Shiva turns her back, Dinah clonks her with a fire extinguisher. But Shiva's about to kick Dinah's ass all the way back to sixth grade when Helena shows up and tosses off yet another crappy line: "We really should stop meeting like this." Still, it's a pretty good fight, maybe the best one the series has given us thus far, with Shiva and Huntress kicking and flipping and jumping all over the hallways and stairwells. Naturally, though, Huntress knocks Shiva down, and Shiva says, "What are you going to do, Helena?" Helena's surprised, and more so when Shiva takes off her mask. "Sandy, why?" she says. "You said so yourself, an eye for an eye. A life for a life," says Sandy. "I won't fight you," says Helena, and Sandy's all, sweet! This should be easy! And begins to beat on Helena, but there's Barbara, back in the wheelchair, ready to beat down anyone within her wingspan with her batons, which includes Sandy. She holds a baton to Sandy's throat, and Sandy gives her the tired old defeated-villain "kill me" spiel. "Why can't you do it? I would have killed you all!" she says. "I know, Shiva Sandy. That's the difference between us." Oh, sure. When Batgirl doesn't kill someone, she's a hero. But when Batman doesn't kill someone, he's a wuss, right? No, I still haven't forgiven you poll respondents for that travesty from the first BoP recap.