On the monitor, we see Larry Mullen Jr. walk through the wall, and Hawke also happens to catch it. He's more observant than the guard downstairs reading the newspaper, who only sees Larry at the last second and gets his neck broken for his inattention. And only after the first guard is killed does the second guard -- also reading a newspaper, like, I'd really like to know what was so gripping in the Gotham Gazette that day -- notice there's someone there, and he goes down after Larry Mullen karate-chops him in the neck.
"He's one of them!" says Hawke, while Reese demands to know where his dad's standard escape route is. Hawke says there's a false back in the closet, and Reese drags him there, which means Larry Mullen arrives upstairs to find an empty room.
At the Clocktower, Helena asks Barbara if she's found anything, and we learn that the facial recognition software was matching up Hawke's face with people at "points of entry" to the city, which is a total load on so many levels, not the least of which is that the program was clearly matching his face up with mugshot-style photos, not surveillance images, and I'd also like to know just how many surveillance cameras Gotham City has that they're so convinced Hawke's still in town, since his face didn't turn up anywhere. The way they're talking, it sounds like Gotham is a walled city. The Reese Alarm goes off; the map brings up his location as "6th/Vernon," and somehow Barbara knows he's in a hotel there. Helena splits, and Dinah comes in, wanting to know the truth about the supposed shoplifter. "No one you need to worry about," says Barbara. Dinah asks her again who he is, and Barbara makes awkward faces for about fifteen minutes before we finally cut to the next scene.
Over at the hotel, which looks pretty much exactly like the room Hawke just left, Helena shows up and suggests that she "break in" Hawke's new face to give him a taste of what he put the Black Canary through. Jesse tells her to ease up. "We're not bringing him in," he says. "The hell we're not!" she says, and is even more skeptical when Jesse tells her that the plan is for Hawke to turn state's evidence. She's not having any of Reese's entreaties that they need to protect him because he's valuable alive. Hawke doesn't really respond all that well to Helena's doubts either, saying he doesn't need her. Helena demands that Reese come clean with her; she wants to know what Hawke has on him. "Tell me what the hell's going on here," she says, warning Reese that otherwise she'll take Hawke down and Reese won't be able to stop her. This forces Reese to yell, "He's my father!" and then after a stunned Helena says "what?" he says again, quietly, "He's my father." We go to commercials, and I have to say it was kind of odd that that was the cliffhanger scene, since we already know that Hawke is Reese's dad.