Kate Kane never planned to be Gotham’s new vigilante. Three years after Batman mysteriously disappeared, Gotham is a city in despair. Without the Caped Crusader, the Gotham City Police Department was overrun and outgunned by criminal gangs. Enter Jacob Kane and his military-grade Crows Private Security, which now protects the city with omnipresent firepower and militia. Years before, Jacob’s first wife and daughter were killed in the crossfire of Gotham crime. He sent his only surviving daughter, Kate Kane, away from Gotham for her safety. After a dishonorable discharge from military school and years of brutal survival training, Kate returns home when the Alice in Wonderland gang targets her father and his security firm, by kidnapping his best Crow officer Sophie Moore. Although remarried to wealthy socialite Catherine Hamilton-Kane, who bankrolls the Crows, Jacob is still struggling with the family he lost, while keeping Kate –– the daughter he still has –– at a distance. But Kate is a woman who’s done asking for permission. To help her family and her city, she’ll have to become the one thing her father loathes –– a dark knight vigilante. With the help of her compassionate stepsister, Mary, and the crafty Luke Fox, the son of Wayne Enterprises’ tech guru Lucius Fox, Kate Kane continues the legacy of her missing cousin, Bruce Wayne, as Batwoman. Still holding a flame for her ex-girlfriend, Sophie, Kate uses everything in her power to combat the dark machinations of the psychotic Alice, who's always somewhere slipping between sane and insane. Armed with a passion for social justice and a flair for speaking her mind, Kate soars through the shadowed streets of Gotham as Batwoman. But don't call her a hero yet. In a city desperate for a savior, she must first overcome her demons before embracing the call to be Gotham's symbol of hope.


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Episode 1 - Pilot

Three years after the disappearance of Gotham City-based vigilante Batman, Jacob Kane and his private security firm the Crows preside over a gala led by Mayor Michael Akins to turn off the Bat-Signal. At the height of the festivities, Alice and the Wonderland Gang crash the event and abduct operative Sophie Moore prompting Kane's stepdaughter Mary to call his biological daughter Kate. Returning from overseas, Kate learns Alice is targeting her father and sets out to locate her cousin, billionaire Bruce Wayne. She discovers, however, that Bruce is Batman, who she blamed for failing to save her sister and mother after they died in a tragic car crash. Realizing there's more to the story, she dons her cousin's Batsuit, altered by Wayne Enterprises employee Luke Fox, before rescuing Sophie and foiling Alice's plan to detonate a bomb in a crowded park. The next day, as the news reports on what they believe is Batman's return, Kate begins to suspect Alice is her sister.


Episode 2 - The Rabbit Hole

Kate's growing suspicions that Beth is Alice drive a wedge between her and Jacob, who firmly believes Beth is dead based on the evidence. While trying to get Alice's favorite knife which she stole tested for DNA, she comes under attack from a group of thugs that manage to steal it back. Deducing one of Alice's injured men used Mary's secret clinic, Kate frees him to give Alice a message. Kate then asks Sophie to buy her time while she meets with Alice, who refuses to directly admit she is Beth, but agrees to provide a DNA sample. Sophie tells Jacob where to find them, resulting in Alice being transported to Arkham Asylum. Alice then reveals to Kate she tasked her boyfriend, ex-Crows agent Dodgson, with killing Mary; which prompts Kate to save her before rescuing Alice from a bomb intended to kill her before both Kate and Alice escape from the police. Meanwhile, Kate's stepmother Catherine orders the thugs she tasked with stealing Alice's knife to destroy it. After interrogating Dodgson, Kate finds a parcel containing a live bat and a note from Alice that implies she knows her identity.


Episode 3 - Down Down Down

Bruce's former childhood friend, Thomas Elliot, leaves Kate an invitation to a gala celebrating the purchase of the building overlooking Wayne Tower. Around the same time, a railgun designed to penetrate the Batsuit is stolen from a Wayne Enterprises facility. Kate correctly infers that Elliot is the thief, having learned Bruce's true identity. He intends to kill Batman for saving his mother years earlier, delaying his inheritance. When he takes hostages to force Batman out, Kate confronts him in a modified suit, adopting her own persona, and rescues the hostages after disabling the railgun. Alice subdues Elliot to save a cornered Batwoman, but they part on less than amicable terms. Sophie finds herself having thoughts about her relationship with Kate, but lets them go after seeing her ask out the bartender, Reagan. Catherine finds playing cards left by Alice in her bedroom, demanding Jacob deal with her despite his concerns that she might be Beth. Gotham publicly learns about Batwoman.


Episode 4 - Who Are You?

Kate's relationship with Reagan complicates her efforts to catch Magpie, a master jewel thief who steals Martha Wayne's pearl necklace and puts her new-found status as Gotham's protector in question. When Dodgson develops an infection during his captivity, Batwoman drops him off with Mary for treatment. Alice visits Catherine near 'Beth's' grave and demands she turn over an experimental weapon; threatening to tell Jacob the truth about Beth. While Dodgson is drugged with morphine, Mary impersonates Alice and gets him to reveal part of her plan: a mysterious figure named Mouse. After stealing back the necklace, Batwoman foils Magpie's latest heist at a museum gala; allowing the Crows to arrest her and Sophie to take her to Blackgate Penitentiary. Recognizing that she cannot be in an honest relationship, Kate breaks up with Reagan. Catherine decides to confess to Jacob, telling him a deer skull was used to pass as Beth's skull and he storms out in anger. To provide a cover for her vigilantism, Kate sets up a company to buy dilapidated buildings and turn them into low-cost housing with Luke as her assistant.


Episode 5 - Mine Is a Long and a Sad Tale

Alice is linked to a series of skin thefts in Gotham, so Kate captures her and gives her the chance to explain herself, while also leaving Jacob and Sophie a trail to follow. The sisters travel to the rural area where Beth was last seen. A series of flashbacks show Beth being rescued from drowning and subsequently being held captive by a man who wants her to be a companion for his disfigured son, Jonathan Cartwright, who turns out to be Mouse. Catherine tells Mary the truth about her deception and she storms into Wayne Enterprises drunk. Luke calms her by letting her assist with his investigation of the thefts, learning that they are connected to the escape of several prisoners from Arkham. Alice drugs Kate and locks her in Mouse's home. When Jacob and Sophie show up after subduing Dodgson and the Wonderland Gang members with him, Alice stabs her father. Kate escapes, takes Mouse captive with Sophie's help, and forces him and Alice to leave. Jacob recovers, but now fully accepts that Alice is Beth. Alice promises Mouse, who she calls her "brother", that she will help him become whoever he wants to be.


Episode 6 - I'll Be Judge, I'll Be Jury

A vigilante calling himself the "Executioner" begins targeting law enforcement and judicial officials he deems to be corrupt. Alice has Mouse impersonate one of Catherine's researchers to steal the weapon she refused to turn over. When he discovers it was intended to kill Batwoman, he confronts Alice for protecting her sister, which he considers a betrayal. Sophie deduces Batwoman's identity, but is injured by the Executioner during his latest hit; forcing Kate to drop her off with Mary. A flash drive is located, which proves the Executioner's claims to be true. This upsets Luke, as he fears it would allow his father's killer to request a new trial. Sophie escapes, but not before Mary urges her not to reveal who Batwoman is. Jacob manages to kill the Executioner, only to be caught in one of his traps. Kate saves him in costume. When they meet again, he tells her he was wrong to blame Batman for what happened to Beth and his wife. Alice convinces Mouse not to turn on her by saying she needs him for her upcoming "tea party" with Kate.


Episode 7 - Tell Me the Truth

Kate runs into her old friend, Julia Pennyworth, while on the trail of a professional assassin called "The Rifle". Sophie threatens to tell her father who Kate is unless she ceases her vigilantism. The Rifle meets with Alice and hands over a mysterious vial. Kate invites Sophie to a local restaurant where their show of affection upsets the homophobic owner. When they leave, Sophie confesses that Jacob was the one who convinced her to end their relationship, putting her on the path to where she is now. Catherine goes to see Jacob, who reluctantly agrees to hold off filing for divorce. Julia poses as Batwoman so Kate can trick Sophie, but winds up captured by the Crows when the Rifle ambushes her. Kate breaks her out and Sophie concludes that she was wrong. Nevertheless, Kate tells her it's best they stop seeing each other. Kate and Mary decide to open a gay bar in a space purchased by the former's company. Jacob goes to Alice, revealing himself as Mouse in disguise, while the Rifle leaves for the Mediterranean with Julia in pursuit as the real Jacob returns from upstate. Alice puts the next stage of her plan in action.


Episode 8 - A Mad Tea-Party

Alice has Jacob abducted while Mouse sequesters Sophie and Tyler as her plan unfolds. On Alice's orders, disguised Wonderland Gang members replace the security detail assigned to protect Gotham's Humanitarian Ball, where Catherine is to be awarded; but Alice rewrites her speech, making her confess to numerous crimes before collapsing. Alice reveals to a captured Catherine and Mary that they've been poisoned with a lethal toxin the former's company developed and there's only enough antidote for one of them. Catherine compels Mary to take it; expressing how proud of her she is before she dies. As Batwoman neutralizes the Wonderland Gang, she nearly strangles Alice in anger upon learning of her actions. However Mouse, disguised as Jacob, stuns Batwoman to exfil Alice. The real Jacob awakes to find himself framed for Catherine's death and is arrested by Commissioner Forbes. Furious that Kate chose to believe in Alice, Mary is left devastated by her mother's death. Tired of doubting, Tyler asks Sophie to decide whether she loves him or Kate. As Kate visits Jacob, both agree Alice is beyond saving and must be stopped. Meanwhile in Central City, Nash Wells uncovers a wall of symbols before a blinding light pulls him inside.


Supergirl Episode - (Crisis on Infinite Worlds Part 1)

As the Crisis begins, Brainy detects an anti-matter wave approaching Argo City, so Kara warns Clark, Lois and Alura. The Kents narrowly send their son Jonathan off-world just as the wave wipes out Argo. Meanwhile on Earth-1, Harbinger brings Barry Allen, Kate Kane, Oliver Queen, Mia Smoak, Sara Lance, and Ray Palmer to Earth-38 and rescues the Kents, though Alura didn't survive. As Harbinger briefs the heroes on the Anti-Monitor, the Monitor raises a quantum tower to impede the anti-matter wave while the DEO and Lena work to evacuate Earth. After learning Jonathan ended up on Earth-16, Lois, Sara and Brainy leave to get him. In preparation, Oliver passes the mantle of Green Arrow to Mia, but when he learns Barry's fated to die, he argues with the Monitor over the deal they made last year. The heroes make their stand at the tower, fending off an army of shadow demons until the Monitor breaches them off-world. However, Oliver stays behind; sacrificing himself to ensure the exodus succeeds. On Earth-1, Lois' team returns with Jonathan before the Monitor brings a dying Oliver to share his good-byes. Nash Wells, now a "pariah" for releasing the Anti-Monitor, appears, saying everything is doomed.


Episode 9 - Crisis on Infinite Worlds Part 2

To aid the heroes, Harbinger recruits Earth-74's Mick Rory and his Waverider. In the wake of Oliver Queen's death, the Monitor consults the Book of Destiny and learns of seven Paragons. Two have already been found, Sara Lance and Kara Danvers, but to find two more, Clark Kent, Lois Lane, and Iris West-Allen must locate another Superman while Kate and Kara search for a "Bat of the Future". Complicating matters however, Lex Luthor steals the Book in order to kill Supermen across the multiverse. When he finds Earth-96's Superman at the same time as Clark's team, he forces the Kryptonians to fight each other until Lois stops him. Meanwhile, Kate and Kara locate Earth-99's Bruce Wayne, an aged killer. Kate tries to convince him to join them, but Kara learns he killed his Earth's Superman leading to a confrontation wherein Bruce is accidentally electrocuted. Elsewhere, Sara, Barry Allen, Mia Smoak, and John Constantine take Oliver's body to a Lazarus Pit to resurrect him; but it fails to work. Back on the Waverider, Ray Palmer builds a "Paragon detector", which identifies Kate as one. Unbeknownst to everyone, Harbinger is approached by the Anti-Monitor.


The Flash Episode - (Crisis on Infinite Worlds Part 3)

Ray Palmer's "Paragon detector" identifies Barry, J'onn J'onzz, and Ivy Town scientist Ryan Choi as the remaining three, so Ralph, Iris, and Ray leave to recruit Choi. After the Monitor restores Cisco's powers, Team Flash and Nash (now Pariah) return to the chamber the latter found; where they find an anti-matter cannon and Earth-90's Flash powering it. They successfully free him, but the cannon starts going critical, so Pariah recruits Black Lightning from another Earth to help contain the energy. As Barry prepares to sacrifice himself, Earth-90 Barry stops him and takes his place; destroying the cannon. Elsewhere, John Constantine, Mia Smoak, and John Diggle visit Lucifer on Earth-666 to get Oliver's soul back, which they find in Purgatory. Before they can leave, Jim Corrigan appears so he can pass the Spectre's power to Oliver. He accepts and Constantine's team is sent back without him. While the heroes regroup, the Anti-Monitor sends a brainwashed Harbinger to attack them and kill the Monitor so he can finish destroying the multiverse. Before he's killed, Pariah teleports the Paragons to the Vanishing Point; where they learn Lex Luthor used the Book of Destiny to replace Earth-96 Superman with himself.


The Arrow Episode - (Crisis on Infinite Worlds Part 4)

In a flashback to the planet Maltus 10,000 years ago, Mar Novu experiments with time travel to see the dawn of time, only to accidentally end up in the anti-matter universe and unleash the Anti-Monitor. Following the multiverse's destruction, the Paragons attempt to find a way out of the Vanishing Point and save the multiverse. With Jim Corrigan's help, Oliver learns how to use the Spectre's power so he can rescue the Paragons and strengthen Barry Allen's powers. With his increased speed, Barry drops off Kara Danvers, Ryan Choi, and Lex Luthor on Maltus to stop Novu, but he's attacked by the Anti-Monitor and loses track of the others across the Speed Force. Though Kara's team successfully stop Novu and Barry's able to retrieve everyone, when they reach the dawn of time, they learn the Anti-Monitor was released regardless. With Oliver's help, the Paragons engage the god-like being and his shadow demons; holding him off long enough for Oliver to combine the Spectre's power with the Book of Destiny to reboot the multiverse. Despite succeeding, Oliver dies a second and final time in Barry and Sara's arms.


Legends of Tomorrow Episode - (Crisis on Infinite Worlds Part 5)

Waking up in the newly recreated universe, the Paragons discover they are the only ones who remember the Crisis and that Earth-38 and Jefferson Pierce's Earth were merged with Earth-1 into a composite universe, later designated as Earth-Prime. Not only that, Oliver Queen's second sacrifice gave them all fresh starts. While J'onn J'onzz uses his psionic powers to bring their allies up to speed, Sara Lance attempts to find Oliver without success. Later that night, the Paragons are attacked by shadow demons. A restored and remorseful Nash Wells discovers that the Anti-Monitor is still alive and plotting to renew his destruction of the multiverse. To stop him once and for all, Nash, Ray Palmer, Barry Allen, and Ryan Choi work to develop a bomb to shrink the Anti-Monitor for eternity while the other heroes distract him. Once it is finished, Kara Danvers uses it on the Anti-Monitor and sends him to the microverse. Sometime later, Barry, Kara, Sara, J'onn, Jefferson, Kate Kane, and Clark Kent hold a memorial service for Oliver before agreeing to work together to protect their new world in his memory.


Episode 10 - How Queer Everything Is Today!

Following Catherine's death and Jacob's arrest, Mary throws herself into finding an expert who can testify in Jacob's defense and continues to distance herself from Kate while Sophie takes command of the Crows. After Batwoman saves a hacked train from crashing, the perpetrator demands a large sum of money as ransom or they will release all of Gotham's secrets online. Luke tracks the culprit to Gotham Prep, where Batwoman learns it was a lesbian student named Parker Torres, who was outed to her heteronormative parents by an ex-girlfriend and hoped to leave Gotham with the blackmail money. Alice breaks into the school, abducts Parker, and forces Batwoman to unmask herself to Parker to prevent her from murdering her. She threatens the school with a bomb and attempts to force Parker to out Batwoman's identity, but Parker instead contacts the Crows and GCPD, who evacuate the building and arrest Alice. Afterwards, Kate offers Parker emotional support and reconciles with Mary. Batwoman comes out as a lesbian superhero in an interview with Kara. Jacob has encounters with a tough inmate named Reggie Harris. When she returns to Wayne Tower, Kate meets a doppelgänger of Beth, who happily greets her.


Episode 11 - An Un-Birthday Present

In flashbacks, Beth was shown to have an improving friendship with Mouse, but his father Augustus Cartwright did not approve and got her involved in his latest project. In the present, Kate tries to clear things up with the second Beth; who got displaced from her Earth following the Crisis. To break out Alice, Mouse kidnaps Commissioner Forbes' and Mayor Akins' sons before he and the Wonderland Gang intercept Kate before she can become Batwoman. Thanks to a code Kate and Sophie learned, Sophie refuses to yield to Mouse's demands. In an attempt to fool Alice, Luke and Mary disguise the alternate Beth as Alice to buy Kate time to break free. When "Alice" does not use the proper code, Mouse captures her. Kate breaks free, subdues the Wonderland Gang, and injures Mouse before rescuing the hostages. Alice gets out before she can be taken to Arkham, telling Sophie she has her own demons to deal with. With Mouse under heavy guard in the ICU, protestors show up outside GCPD demanding they light the Bat-Signal as Batwoman arrives. Later, Kate celebrates her birthday with Luke, Mary, and Beth. Suddenly, Beth and Alice begin to simultaneously suffer from migraines.


Episode 12 - Take Your Choice

Sophie and Jacob petition Dr. Campbell for his testimony, who agrees if he can examine Mouse. Alice visits Mouse, learning of her doppelgänger, and continues to suffer from migraines until she meets her in Wayne Tower, where Beth theorizes that only one of them can be saved. Alice resolves to kill Beth, remembering that Mary's blood has the "cure-all" from her poisoning which could save one of them, but Mary escapes to give her blood to Kate to administer to Beth, leaving Alice handcuffed to a clinic bed. Meanwhile, Jacob is attacked by Dodgson then saved by Reggie, expecting Jacob to repay him before the other prisoners find out. Alice hallucinates seeing Catherine promising her a place in Hell, as Campbell visits Mouse in the ICU, revealing himself as Augustus. Exfiltrating Mouse posed as a guard, Augustus leaves him bound in an unknown location as he targets Alice. After giving Beth the blood sample, Kate attends to a weakened Alice, as Luke gets Beth away from the Crows. Though Sophie follows, ready to kill Beth, she chooses to call for an arrest. Augustus snipes Beth instead, not realizing she is not Alice, allowing Alice to quickly recover and knock out Kate.


Episode 13 - Drink Me

With the truth of Catherine's murder disclosed, Jacob is cleared of all charges and regains control of the Crows. At night, people are targeted by a vampire named Nocturna. When Batwoman finds her latest victim, Nocturna stuns her with ketamine before taking a sample of her blood. Sophie helps Batwoman before the Crows find her; advising her to keep her distance. Mary treats Kate before the latter works with Jacob to draw out Nocturna. After speaking with Kate, Alice replaces the missing Mouse with a mannequin before she is attacked by Nocturna. Using facial recognition, Luke recognizes Nocturna as Natalia Knight, who suffers from porphyria. Kate finds Alice just as Nocturna attacks Mary. Alice donates her blood to save Mary before Kate confronts Nocturna and defeats her with a forensic UV light. Jacob confronts Sophie after viewing footage of her helping Batwoman and implores her to pick a side before suspending her until further notice. Mary remembers finding ketamine in Kate's system, and realizes she is Batwoman while Alice realizes Campbell is actually August. Kate visits Sophie by the Bat-Signal and they share a kiss.


Episode 14 - Grinning from Ear to Ear

In flashbacks, Duela Dent struggles with making her face look "normal," so she smashes a mirror and uses its shards to cut her face. In the present, Duela targets social media influencers. Still suspended, Sophie's mother visits her. Upon learning of her current relationship issues however, she leaves disappointed. August hooks up Mouse to a fear toxin canister and tells him he killed Alice. While investigating Duela, Batwoman determines her next target, Myrtle, and narrowly saves the girl's mother after Duela attacks her. Following this, Luke discovers Myrtle changed her name to Veronica May and Duela's victims were all connected to Dr. Campbell. Batwoman and Sophie later find Duela just as she is to drop Veronica in acid. While Batwoman rescues the latter, Sophie subdues the former and leaves her for the police. However, Alice gets to Duela first and steals her face so she can kidnap Dr. Campbell and reveal she knows his true identity. Meanwhile, as Luke feared, Reggie's lawyer, Bobby Reeves, visits him to establish his client's re-trial date in light of new evidence. Amidst this, Jacob finds himself questioning the circumstances behind Lucius' death.


Episode 15 - Off with Her Head

In flashbacks, Gabi Kane gave her daughters necklaces that matched her earrings. During her time with August, Beth endured torments from his mother Mabel, her "Queen of Hearts". Taking notice of Mabel's earrings, she traced them to a locked refrigerator containing Gabi's head. In retaliation, Beth turned Mabel's oxygen tank into a makeshift flamethrower. In the present, Batwoman finds a bound August near the Bat-Signal and alerts Jacob, who is unwilling to alert the police after what Forbes did to him. When he asks about the second Beth, Kate claims she was a "skin thief" to hide her true nature while Luke and Mary track down her killer. Meanwhile, Alice finds Mouse and frees him, but he hooks her up to the canister and flees, believing she's his greatest fear. Under the effects of the fear toxin, Alice hallucinates a zombified Mabel tormenting her before she breaks free. Jacob arrives soon after while looking for Mouse and uses adrenaline to save her before arresting her. Incensed by what August did to Beth and her mother, Kate accidentally strangles him, much to Jacob's dismay as he returns with Alice.


Episode 16 - Through the Looking-Glass

As Jacob buries August's body, Alice escapes with his gun. She returns to the Wonderland Gang hideout hoping to find Mouse, only to find her gang murdered and a threatening note from Safiyah. She convinces Kate to help her find Mouse, promising to leave Gotham afterwards. They visit a nurse who treated Mouse, only to find the Crows taking him to Arkham. Following a disagreement and fight, Kate agrees to help Alice break him out. They retrieve Mouse's cell key from Dr. Butler, but when Alice goes to free him, Kate locks her in; revealing she was part of a sting operation with Jacob to capture her. Meanwhile, Jacob instructs Sophie to investigate Lucius' death after hearing of Reggie's re-trial. A sniper nearly kills her, but Julia saves her. Luke and Mary attend Reggie's court hearing, where he is granted his re-trial and released. Luke confronts him, but Reggie claims he was set up before he gets shot. Sophie later informs Jacob that two people connected to Lucius' case have turned up dead before the hitman nearly kills him. He defeats him, but the hitman dies from his injuries before he can be interrogated.


Episode 17 - A Narrow Escape

Struggling with having killed August, Kate does not suit up for a week. Meanwhile, a past criminal called the Detonator resurfaces; placing people in bomb vests. Kate confronts George Adler, who confirms his deceased father was the original Detonator. Reeves falls victim next, so he contacts the Crows, who work with the GCPD to evacuate Mary's clinic. After Kate rescues Mary, she reveals she knows Batwoman's identity. When Jacob becomes the Detonator's latest target, Kate realizes that Crows agent Robles is responsible. Batwoman intercepts him and learns he is tying up loose ends concerning Lucius' murder and that the latest bomb is in Wayne Enterprises' underground parking garage. There, Batwoman discovers that Robles was paid by Elliot to get Lucius' journals, leading to his accidental death and Reggie being framed. Luke overhears and Kate stops him from taking vengeance, admitting that she killed August. Luke places the building on lockdown, limiting the blast radius. Jacob reinstates Sophie while Julia is transferred to the Crows. Meanwhile, Alice and Mouse, disguised as Butler, decide to take over Arkham to keep themselves safe from "Safiyah."


Episode 18 - If You Believe in Me, I'll Believe in You

Batwoman plans to go after Lucius' journal, which is currently being held by Elliot's associate Johnny Sabatino. With Luke's assistance in the Batcave, Kate and Julia infiltrate Sabatino's club only to get captured. In response, Luke is forced to ask Mary for help in rescuing them. Meanwhile, Alice agrees to give Elliot a new face in exchange for the journal and to keep the Crows from putting him on trial. As Sabatino refuses to give up the journal however, Alice sends Magpie to retrieve it while she and Mouse work on Elliot's new face. The Crows later visit Arkham and find what appears to be Elliot hanged in his cell. As Julia is being tortured, Sabatino auctions off the chance to kill Batwoman. However, Mary frees Batwoman while Julia frees herself before they defeat the criminals and retrieve Lucius' journal before Magpie. After meeting Reagan at the club, Kate has a one-night stand with her only to find the journal missing the next morning. Elsewhere, Reagan gives it to Magpie, who in turn gives it to Alice. While poring over the journal however, she and Mouse discover it has been written in code.


Episode 19 - A Secret Kept from All the Rest

Kate storms Reagan's apartment and learns who she gave the journal to. Taking up the identity of Hush, Elliot abducts members of Gotham's Intelligentsia to decipher the journal on Alice's behalf and kills them when they fail to. He nearly abducts Parker, but Batwoman interferes; forcing him to escape. In response, Alice sends Hush after Luke and Julia. With help from Mary and Parker, Batwoman confronts Alice and offers Lucius' glasses in exchange for their safety. Once she gets what she needs from the journal, Alice releases Arkham's inmates and destroys Mouse's disguise before escaping into the tunnels. Following the incident, Jacob warns Batwoman that a war will start between her and the Crows should she ever resurface. Julia tells Kate that she was after the book for the Rifle's boss, Safiyah Sohail, but called off the deal after learning what it does. In the sewers, Alice continues reading through the journal and orders her associates to procure Kryptonite.


Episode 20 - O, Mouse!

Jacob and Batwoman confront Arkham escapee Tim "The Titan" Teslow, only to be defeated. Mouse shows Alice a mobile app developed for people to send alerts to the Crows. After learning that Kryptonite can pierce the Batsuit, Luke shows Kate a shard of Kryptonite that Bruce had; intent on destroying it before it falls into the wrong hands. Batwoman meets with Tim's brother, Apollo, to warn him, but Tim attacks and kills him. Mary lights the Bat-Signal to get Jacob's attention and convince him to call a truce with Batwoman to stop Tim. Alice kills Mouse when he begins to affect her plans. Batwoman and the Crows lure Tim to Gotham Stadium, but just as she reasons with him, the Crows kill Tim and Jacob reneges on the truce; forcing Batwoman to flee. At the Crows' headquarters, Jacob reaffirms his desire to take down Batwoman while Sophie learns about Safiyah from Julia. Kate shows Luke and Mary the Kryptonite in her possession, entrusted to her by Supergirl.[a] Alice finishes Elliot's new face, making him resemble Bruce Wayne.


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