Back at the Clocktower, the girls sit around talking about Darkstrike being put in isolation at Arkham Asylum, which segues into a bunch of well-worn platitudes like "things aren't always what they seem" and "nothing worth having in this life comes easy." You know, these end-of-show homilies make Springer's Final Thoughts look like profound insights into the human condition.
Speaking of Arkham Asylum, the House of Pain is in effect, y'all. Quinzel pays her quickly-becoming-customary visit to the recently defeated baddie and starts making nice with the Crawler (who I guess reverted again), who knows her as the Joker's girlfriend. When she says she's merely a doctor, he says, "Please. I know some things about split identities" and calls her Harley Quinn. "Get me out of here. I can give you what you want," he says, and offers up that "metabitch" who he knows is named Huntress -- and, Quinzel realizes, knows (as Darkstrike) who Huntress is.
Hey, Reese the Police is doing actual work again, busting another suspect (without a partner, too). Helena strolls up, and Reese says he's already got the guy cuffed, so she can take a swing at the guy if she wants. After dumping the hood in the back of the car, Reese says he was sorry to hear about Helena's friend. More clichés come, like "If something seems too easy, it probably is." They clear the air about Lynn and Darkstrike (turns out the ADA and Reese had a really bad blind date) and then they stare/smile at each other for about three hours. But as lame as it was, it beats the Birds dropping anvils on us from the top of the Clocktower.