It's amazing to me that a commercial can bring together such luminaries as Abe Vigoda, Randy Johnson, and Penn and Teller, among others. That doesn't mean I didn't feel a twinge of outrage to see the Flaming Lips shilling for HP. Also, anytime that "zoom zoom" kid wants to shut the hell up already is fine by me.
Back at the Clocktower, the Birds are reeling from the shock of finding out that Hawke is Reese's father. Helena can't believe Reese never told her, which I have to say is fairly hilarious. I mean, I hate to sound like Det. Jesse here, but she won't even tell him her name. He's supposed to offer up family secrets? Naturally, Dinah's opposed to helping protect the guy, since he killed her mother or whatever. She quite reasonably points out that Helena of all people should know how she feels. Helena responds by saying she doesn't want to protect the guy, but thinks maybe they should. "Why, because he's your boyfriend's father?" says Dinah, totally nailing it, although Helena retorts, "He's not my boyfriend. Boyfriends share things with girlfriends. They don't hide massive secrets!" They also generally tend to know their girlfriends' first names, Huntress.
Barbara puts a stop to the whining and then proposes that they need to move Hawke to a more secure location. This really sets Dinah off. She starts screeching, and her telekinesis starts Barbara's various jars of crimefighting stuff rattling. Fortunately, Dinah stomps off before any major damage is done, save for some sort of Tupperware tub thing going flying by Barbara's head. "She's dangerous when she's pissed, huh?" says Helena, which I hate to say would qualify pretty much every woman I've ever known as metahuman. Just see how metahuman Sars gets when you tell her she reminds you of Tina Fey. ["Lucky for you I left my death ray in my other coat." -- Sars] Barbara says she should go talk to Dinah. Helena cocks an eyebrow. Barbara sees the eyebrow's point and says, "Maybe after she cools down."