Realizing this is probably a setup, Hawke says, "Let's get the hell out of here," but it's too late, since there are two guys with honest-to-God fedoras on outside, who start blasting away with some sort of automatic weapon. We can't make out what kind of gun it is, but with the fedoras on, I'm going to assume they're firing tommy guns. And one of them is Jimmy Cagney. Bullets and bodies go flying, with Hawke taking cover behind the bar and Helena jumping back from the skylight since some of the goons getting hit are spraying their own weapons in the air. After the carnage, Barbara asks if everything's okay and if anyone's hurt; Helena says she'll take a look, and drops down into the bar full of corpses instead of, I don't know, going after the dangerous hitmen with submachine guns. She looks around and says, "Wow," and Barbara yells, "What is it? What's going on? Huntress!" to no avail, while everyone watching says, "What the hell?" as we fade into the opening credits. You know, Mia Sara has a great gig. She gets the last opening title credit and she doesn't actually have to be on the show anymore. Commercials.
At the beginning of Gangs of New York, when all the gangs of the Five Points show up to fight, am I the only one who thought, "This would totally kick ass if the Baseball Furies showed up." Will there be more than ten people who even understand what I mean by that? Oh, and how brain-dead is the girl in that stupid AT&T commercial that she didn't notice the massive herd of buffalo stampeding right alongside the bus?