Reese is checking in at the party, saying he wants to ask some questions of the alumni. The poor reunion checker-inner he's speaking to doesn't even get a line.
Jack's wandering the hallways of what has to be the most dangerous high school in the world. Suddenly Cam drops down from the ceiling, throwing Jack to the floor. And for a guy who was supposedly in the armed forces, Jack sure is a creampuff; he's knocked out. Cam climbs on top of him and is about to finish him off when he's kicked away from him by Helena. Cam starts whining about how she said she would come find him if she came to the reunion, but she's found time for everybody else. Helena sarcastically explains that she was giving him a polite brush-off. Cam disappears and reappears behind her instantly. "You shouldn't have stood me up," he says, disappearing again. "And after all I've done for you!" Helena looks around, bewildered. Commercials.
There is a show on the WB in which Emmanuel Lewis learns dance moves from a woman whose breasts are each bigger than Webster's head. I can't believe I've missed that!
Back from commercial, we're forced to listen to the standard villain diatribe, with Cam explaining that he's always loved Helena but was afraid to talk to her, since girls never dated guys like him. Meanwhile, Helena starts punching in windows and kicking in lockers as she tries to guess where he is based on the sound of his voice. "We will be together, Helena Kyle," he says, and she disagrees, and he says that the next time they meet, it will be on his terms. And he's gone. Metahuman business finished, it's okay for Jack to wake up, which he does. Helena explains things away by saying that there were vandals at the school, and Jack must have surprised them. He says it's lucky she wasn't there, as she might have been really hurt, and Helena's all, er, yeah. He offers to buy her a drink, but before she can reply, Barbara orders her to pop by the classroom for a debriefing, but not the kind Jack's hoping for.