Dinah says, "She won't hear men, not in here, but maybe she'll hear you," as Barbara strides forward, fully mobile, in her Batgirl costume. Huh? Anyone else get the sense that the show's going to make up the rules for this vague astral plane power as they go along? Barbara takes off her mask (or cowl, if you prefer) to talk to Helena, who's still holding the knife, but as Young Helena, who's whimpering about how she couldn't save her mom. "Heroes are supposed to save people," she says, adding that she's failed everyone who ever needed her. "You haven't failed me," says Barbara, saying that they have to protect each other. "I can't do this without you." What is this, Gilmore Girls with superpowers? Helena gives up the knife, and the director decides to show the blood trickling back up by running backwards the clip of the knife drawing blood, which was kind of confusing since that was of Helena in her Huntress getup, while here she's Young, Modestly Dressed Helena.
Anyway, Barbara and Helena hug. But the happiness is interrupted by Ketterly, who says menacingly, "You don't belong here. You don't have any legs. You're not Batgirl anymore." On "you don't have any legs," Batgirl collapses. Ketterly strides forward as the techno swells, stoops to pick up the knife, and as he's about to bring it down on Barbara, his arm is grabbed by Helena, who is now Older Huntress Helena (which is also, happily, Cleavage Helena). "Neither do you," she says, confusing millions of viewers, who are suddenly thinking, "He doesn't have any legs?" Hey, I've been hammered by Sars for my unclear antecedents before. Huntress may be metahuman, but she sure ain't got metagrammar, that's for sure. Again with the cat's eye and the bobcat snarl. Huntress and Larry Ketterly scuffle. Can we get this guy a proper villain's name, please? The nefarious, um, Larry Ketterly gets the upper hand and tosses Huntress through a plate glass window. Then, satisfied, he turns his attention back to Barbara. A little too soon, it appears, as Huntress crashes through the wall to tackle him. She could have gone back through the already-broken window with no loss to her vision or her forward momentum, but maximum property damage is always preferred in comic books so long as it's confined to abandoned warehouses, empty tenement buildings, and the like.