Ceto has woken up, and things have gotten pretty bad for Batwoman, Wonder Woman and everyone else fighting Medusa in Gotham. Knowing she'd be unable to fight a large, mythical, supernatural force, Kate decides that both she and Wonder Woman should focus on bringing down Medusa herself, first.
Elsewhere, Bette is deep into round two with the Hook, eventually burning his face with a flame thrower in her gauntlet. She plants an explosive on the sentient hook, blows it off, and throws it off into the water, hopefully never to be seen again. Oh yeah, new codename is Hawkfire.
The hook falls into a water, attaching itself to a crab (DUN DUN DUUUUUUN) but something else also lays in the water, Sune, now fully separated from her twin brother Maro. She emerges from the water, and goes to parts unknown.
Batwoman, Wonder Woman, and Kyle Abbott (along with his Religion of Crime guys) fight off Medusa and her hoard. Abbott does the not so smart thing of lunging at Medusa, and as you'd expect, gets turned to stone.
Hawkfire eventually joins the fight, as Batwoman comes up with a plan. They all target Bloody Mary, who shatters like a mirror when broken. Kate grabs a piece of Mary, lures Medusa in and gives the snake lady a look at herself, turning her into stone.
Things go calm all the sudden after Kate shatter's the stone Medusa. Ceto the monster is gone, and reemerges from the water in her human form, asking to see her daughter. Diana opts to end Ceto's life, but Batwoman manages to convince her to spare it, which leads Diana to offer Ceto sanctuary.
As the DEO arrives on the scene, Wonder Woman decides it's time to go, but before she does, Kate gives her the camera that Chase planted on her, telling Diana she doesn't believe it would be right to hand it over to the DEO after everything she's done for her. Diana crushes the camera, and offer's Kate her help whenever need be. Chase arrives just as Diana flies off, and Kate gives her a big screw you, attending to the children instead.
Elsewhere, as Batwoman, Kate finds Maggie sitting alone, presenting her with all the children, and calling her "Mags." At first, Maggie is shocked to see all the kids safe, but then takes notice to how Batwoman addresses her. Before she can say anything, Kate kisses Maggie, asking to marry her.
Elsewhere, Mr. Bones wakes up a new associate of his from a ornate sarcophagus, none other than Kate's sister, Beth.