While Batwoman and Wonder Woman descend into Gotham, from the ground, Maggie Sawyer watches their descent, and recollects over the past few days, in a noir-ish style.
Maggie has taken the fact that she's still not found the missing kids, pretty hard. She's almost haunted by the fact. With Medusa waging war on Gotham, the shit has hit the fan pretty quickly, and Maggie has to deal with a lot. Maggie eventually gets Chase and the DEO to actually support the GCPD, rather than run continuous recon on Medusa, and later has to confront the group of parents whose children are missing, and plan to take action themselves.
Maggie finds the group of parents inside a church, armed, but barely. She tries to reason with them, that bats and kitchen knives won't do anything to Medusa. One of them has a gun, but for their own safety, Maggie eventually has to use force to take it away from them. She then finds out that the mother in charge's husband had already gone out to confront their children's captors.
Maggie finds the man, with a single hand gun, surrounded by multiple soldiers of Medusa. When the soldiers attack, they're all flooded out by the Weeping Woman, who promises to "free" them all, but the man tells her that only god can free him, and god forgives her, he does as well. With the Weeping Woman gone, Maggie comforts the distraught father.
After returning the man to his wife, Maggie goes into the streets of Gotham yet again, and eventually does spot a chain gain of children off in the distance, but before she can give chase, a car lands in front of her and Bullock, and we're brought back to the beginning, where Kate and Diana make their entrance, and all Maggie can think about is Kate being brought back to her safely.