At the dockyards, Dinah wants to know why she doesn't get "cool jewelry" like Huntress does. Barbara tells her the "cool jewelry" costs more than a new Ferrari and doesn't transmit 3D images in infrared, like Dinah's funky glasses, which she puts on. They glow green with a red laser shooting out of the left eye. Back at the Clocktower, the images, despite being only transmitted from the direction Dinah's looking, are displayed in a column completely encircling Barbara. I guess it does look kind of cool.
Helena leaps from just off-camera onto the grounds of a large estate, accompanied by that stupid bobcat snarl again. I don't get that. Is that supposed to be her snarling? Whatever the case, they should lose it. She sneaks up to a window. Looking in, she sees Ketterly and tells Oracle he's home alone. I'm curious as to how she knows that, since she only looked in one window of this big house.
Back at the dockyards, Dinah is looking around the rubble and says it looks like no one's been there in years. "No, not since…" says Oracle, but she catches herself and just says it's been a really long time. She spots something off to the side and instructs Dinah to check out a nook. Or it might have been a cranny.
Meanwhile, back at the Ketterly compound, Huntress can no longer see the dude. "I've lost visual," she says, which I think means "I can't see him." Okay, let's recap: She fails to notice corpse hanging directly in front of her, she allows non-metahuman cop to get the drop on her, she can't track guy in a well-lit house. Am I nuts, or is she possibly the worst hunter ever? Oracle orders her to find the dude, so Huntress goes to the front door. I'm assuming the reason she does this is so the director can shoot her reflection in the big brass doorknob. But before she opens the door, it's opened from the inside by Ketterly, who's holding a baseball bat. "Helena?" he gasps. Whoops! So much for the secret identity!
Ketterly makes tea while asking why Helena was skulking around outside. "Just wanted to drop by," she says. Oh, good cover. "Lovely outfit," he chuckles. "Thanks -- going dancing later." Uh-huh. "Little Helena Kyle," he laughs, as Oracle and Huntress argue about whether Helena should have just knocked on the door in the first place. Oracle instructs her to try to find out what Phoenix had planned for the dockyards.
Speaking of which, Dinah's still snooping around, displaying a little glee over Huntress and Oracle's argument. Oracle tells her to keep her mind on the mission. Then Dinah falls through the floor, from one rubble-strewn corridor into…another rubble-strewn corridor, but I think this one is supposed to be more significant. Because it's secret! Dinah takes out a flashlight and everything, even though it doesn't appear any darker down here than it was upstairs. As Barbara directs her down the hallway, Dinah gets the sense that Barbara's been there before, and asks her about it. Barbara blah blahs about how it was another life for her, when she worked with Helena's father, who was "Gotham's greatest champion." She explains that the dockyards was where she fought at Batman's side for the last time, and we watch a slightly expanded version of the flashbacks from the beginning of the show. Barbara says they'd beaten the worst criminal Gotham ever knew, as we watch Batgirl enter a burning room to confront the Joker. As Batgirl leaps at Joker, Barbara says, "We'd smashed his organization and hunted him down." The Joker shoots that lightning thing out of his palm, hitting Batgirl in the chest, knocking her back against the wall. Then Batman comes flying through the door, and, brilliant tactician that he is, tries the exact same move that just earned Batgirl a chestful of electricity. Only this time it works, as Batman tackles the Joker with the room collapsing all around them. Barbara says she knows Batman could have killed the Joker that night, but he didn't. "I guess honour has its price," says Barbara, explaining that the Joker got away from the police for a few hours. "Just long enough to send a man to kill Helena's mother, and to come for me himself."