Claude stands up, pointing a gun at Reese. "I expected more from you, Reese." As he shoots, Huntress deflects his aim, but Reese still takes a bullet in the arm. Helena pins Claude against the wall again, but he just smiles and says, "Your turn." Helena turns and runs off down the street, telling Barbara to send an ambulance for Reese. Claude chases her; then we have to endure again the fake shots of CGI Huntress leaping across the rooftops. I can't believe how fake that looks. It's the 2002 equivalent of having Batman and Robin pretend to climb up buildings on a rope while filming them with the camera sideways. Anyway, Helena holds up on a rooftop, since she figures she's gotten far enough way for him to lose his powers, and she's waiting for him to catch up so she can take him down. Why didn't she just fight Claude where they were? Because she was worried about Jesse? I doubt it, since she turned and ran and LEFT JESSE BEHIND WITH A GUY WHO'D ALREADY SHOT HIM ONCE. "Don't do this!" says Barbara, warning Helena not to take him on alone. Huntress sees Claude climb onto the roof and turns off her transceiver while Barbara shouts, "Huntress! Huntress!" in vain. "We've got to do something!" squeaks Dinah. Well, Dinah, it looks like your hair is falling dangerously forward; maybe you could take care of that.
Up on the rooftop, Huntress wants to know why Claude is such a self-hating metahuman. "You're killing your own kind. Why?" But he denies that he's anything like Huntress and the others, and his reason for killing them is actually startlingly straightforward: they cause him headaches, and he changes into someone he doesn't want to be. "So I am going to destroy all of you," he says. I have to say, it does have a kind of logic to it, even though Huntress cracks, "And I'm the one in therapy."
Let the ass-kicking commence! Many leaps, kicks, and punches, many Crouching Tiger, Hidden Matrix horizontal pirouettes, much set destruction on this empty industrial-area type of rooftop. They pause only to sneer at each other; Claude says he's going to kill her like he killed the others, and she says, "Maybe, but I'm going to make you work for it." Awww. Sars said the exact same thing on our first date! ["And work he did, ladies and gentlemen." -- Sars]
Since we're on a rooftop, it wouldn't make much sense for them not to fight on a precarious ledge. Which they do, grappling until they're both in danger of falling off. Claude warns her that if she throws him off, he'll carry her with him and she'll die too." "I can live with that," she says. But don't her powers include the ability to make great leaps like that? I mean, not just giant leaps of logic, but actual physical leaps?