Okay, I have to stop getting sidetracked or I'll never get through this scene. But all the writers would have had to do was make this a ten-year reunion and the timeline would have worked a lot better. All I can suggest is that maybe Ashley Scott threw a hissyfit about that since that would make her about twenty-seven on the show, and she's not yet twenty-six, according to the IMDb. Of course, according to IMDb, she's also dating Ashton Kutcher, and even I know that he's doinking that girl with the really wide mouth from 8-Mile. Seriously, when she's yelling and screaming? She looks like she could unhinge her jaw and swallow a goat whole.
Where was I? Oh, yeah. Celtics rule!
Anyway, Alfred pipes up to ask if Helena isn't curious about how "time has weighed" on her classmates, like, it's been FIVE YEARS for Christ's sake, and you really need to shut up now, Alfred. Helena says she is curious, but she doesn't know what she'd tell everybody; after all, she can't tell them about the crime-fighting, and so as far as anyone else knows, she's "just a bartender." Dinah wants to know why she's a bartender anyway, since she's heir to the Wayne fortune, which is worth millions. "Billions," corrects Alfred. Note to self: Shut up, Alfred. "I have dad issues," says Helena, who explains that she won't have anything to do with her dad's money. Who she's explaining this to is anybody's guess, since all the people at the Clocktower know this, and so do the few remaining viewers who aren't pissed off enough yet to stop watching, pissed off at how little the writers think of the audience's ability to remember pertinent details of what I'd like to remind them is a very LIMITED NUMBER of episodes. Alfred, who just will not SHUT UP, advises Helena that a little time spent as Helena Kyle instead of Huntress might prove beneficial, as if there is any difference at all between the two of them. Helena ignores this, which is a pretty shrewd strategy for dealing with Alfred.