"I hate a man with no endurance. Really, what's the point?" she says. Remember, they key here is that she's a Bad Girl. She turns to a stunned Dinah and says, "You can just say thank you. It wasn't that spectacular." Finally, a line delivery from the Huntress that didn't make me cringe/wince/roll my eyes. Dinah starts babbling about how Helena was in her dream. "Kid, you should go home," says Huntress, and turns to go. Dinah says, "Wait, where can I find you?" and grabs Helena's wrist, prompting a vision of the Clocktower, including a secret entrance and a keypad (with Helena punching in the pass code). But Helena pulls away and, looking a little rattled, tells Dinah about a shelter where she can stay. Then, glancing back at Dinah a couple of times as she goes, the Huntress leaps up the fire escape and onto the roof of the building, leaving Dinah all alone in the dangerous dark alley where she was already assaulted once. Again, Huntress, good job. Dinah sees the Clocktower and smiles.
Commercials. Knockaround Guys. Seth Green is a mobster? Who couldn't kick Seth Green's ass? Then a jeans commercial uses a cool Lush song that would be a hundred times more suitable for Birds of Prey than anything they'll use tonight.