So Maggie's daughter saw a beat up and bloody woman in her mother's bathroom late at night, and it scared her. Everyone's sort of freaked out, Kate tries to apologize to Maggie, who doesn't say anything, just brings Jamie back to bed. So some time later, with the beating Wolf Spider put on her interfering with her personal life, Kate puts the beat down on some thugs, looking for anyone who knows who Wolf Spider is, as a form of stress release... It doesn't work.
Kate, still a little beat-up, decides to talk to Maggie at work, and heads down to the GCPD, where she sees her old friend Evan, who also looks like he got beat up. Turns out Evan got some of his art stolen, and was beaten and tied-up by the thief. Evan mentions his krav maga training didn't do any help, evident by his broken nose... hey, remember that time Batwoman broke Wolf Spider's nose in issue #26? Yeeeeeah... Anyways, Evan looks away for one second to ask a police officer something, and Kate disappears to go find Maggie.
Unfortunately, when she approaches Maggie's door, Jamie walks out, and the two meet again. Jamie isn't dumb, and knows Kate is her mother's girlfriend, but tells Kate that she scared her. Kate tells Jamie that they scared each other, after properly introducing herself, but then Maggie shows up, and tells Jamie to go get some food with another police officer while they talk.
So Kate and Maggie have big relationship talk, which ends up with Maggie wanting Kate to see a psychiatrist, believing she's dealing with post-tramatic stress. Kate does the whole "you think I'm crazy now?" and "is this an ultimatum?" bit, but Maggie corrects Kate by saying she's suggesting it because she loves her, but also protecting herself from her ex-husband who is looking for any reason to gain full custody of Jamie. Kate understands, but leaves the office struggling not to cry.
Elsewhere, we see Nathan Grantham, the guy who hired Wolf Spider in a lab, trying to find something under the paintings that were stolen. Frustrated, Grantham just rips up the painting, which he believes to be worthless, to find a map of Gotham underneath the image.
Kate continues to work steam off in her base when Bette finally gets in touch with her over the computer. Turns out Bette has some broken ribs and is sidelined as Hawkfire for a bit, but has done some research into the paintings that were stolen, finding out that they're all from one artist named Alden Eisenstadt, whose work isn't all that acclaimed. That said, while Eisenstadt's paintings were the only ones taken, Wolf Spider could have taken much more valuable paintings within the vicinity of Eisenstadt's, but didn't... which means there's something to Eisenstadt's paintings that they need to figure out.
Kate and Bette are going to need to figure it out soon, because there are only two paintings left for Wolf Spider to get... One of them is located at Arkham Asylum, and the other one is held within the Kane estate.