Oliver and Chloe show up at the parking lot where they're looking for Sylvester's car. As they look for his car, they wonder why Courtney was "kidnapped" when the rest of the victims were criminals. Chloe thinks it might be that Courtney knew something that Sylvester was hiding. They quickly spot his car, because it's got more fins than a Japanese koi pond. Someone who knows more about cars will have to specify what model this ride is, but it looks like something from the late 1950s or early 1960s. There's a small American flag fixed to the antenna and the Metropolis license plate reads "STAR." Oliver gets his lock picks out, but Chloe just opens the unlocked door with a teasing smile. Inside the car, it's obvious that Sylvester's been using the place as his home. There are empty food wrappers, clothes, and blankets strewn all over the seats. Oliver finds a journal inside the glove box. He closes the box, revealing the car's name: The Star-Rocket Racer. Oliver snarks that this must have been the getaway car. As he flips through the journal, he sees pictures of Aquaman, Canary, Clark, Chloe, and himself. "He knew our identities," Oliver says, handing the journal to Chloe. Chloe thinks this means Courtney knows, too. She didn't seem to recognize Clark in the hospital, though. They trade concerned looks.
Back at the superhero museum, Carter is annoyed. Partly because he's always annoyed, and partly because Nelson has just showed up with Courtney. "You shouldn't have dragged Sylvester's sidekick into this," Carter says. Courtney protests that she is not a sidekick: "I'm his protégé." "You're a little girl," Carter corrects her, grabbing the staff out of her hands. The staff close up looks sort of like gilded plumbing pipes. He tells her to go home and turns on his heel. She follows him through the museum, telling him that the coroner's report said there was frostbite around Sylvester's wounds. "It's him, isn't it?" she asks over Carter's shoulder. Behind them, Nelson babbles about Jack Frost nipping at their toes. Courtney lowers her voice and tells Carter that Oliver had said there are two dead now. They have to do something. Carter takes a long moment to let emotions of pain and regret play out over his lovely, scruffy face. Nabu/Nelson whisper about them needing to do something. Carter takes a breath and turns to Courtney. "Look at Kent Nelson," he tells her. He's currently huddled behind some furniture, but he spends most of his days wandering the streets. Courtney says, "So Dr. Fate is incapacitated; the Sandman and the Star-Spangled Kid are both dead." She lets that sink in for a second, then: "You were their leader. What's your excuse?" He looks pained, but says nothing until she says she'll turn to another team for help if she has to. "Those kids playing hero are hardly a team," he grits out. Courtney says if he'd helped Sylvester when asked, maybe he'd still be alive. Carter scoffs and walks away, telling her not to waste her breath. "I've got enough guilt to last 20 lifetimes," he says. Carter reaches for the door just as Courtney brings out the big arsenal. "What would Shiera have done?" she asks. That gets him to stop. He lets his guard drop a bit as he turns back to look at her. Triumphant hero music plays.