Jesse Reese: Darkstrike? Who comes up with these names?
Jesse Reese: You have the right to remain silent.
Jesse Reese: You two were, uh...? I mean, worked together a long time?
Helena Kyle: No, just the once. Seemed like we had everything in common. Should've been my first clue. If something seems too easy, it probably is.
Jesse Reese: So, what, you're saying complicated's good?
Helena Kyle: I'm saying it's not necessarily bad. So, you and the D.A. working a new case together, yet?
Jesse Reese: No, no, not for a while. But it's just as well, really, um, there were issues.
Helena Kyle: Mm. Reese, is she something to you?
Jesse Reese: Yeah, yeah. She was a really bad blind date.
Helena Kyle: Oh.
Jesse Reese: [restraining a suspect] Can I just ask you, do you have to do that?
Helena Kyle: What?
Jesse Reese: Beat the person 'till they bleed. There's a name for that; it's called excessive force.
Jesse Reese: Why can't working with you ever be simple?
Helena Kyle: There's nothing simple about... whatever it is we're doing.
Jesse Reese: You know, it's only complicated because you make it that way. I mean, if you followed the rules like everyone else...
Helena Kyle: Then bad guys would get away. Crimes would happen that could have been prevented. And innocent people would get hurt. Is that what you want?
Helena Kyle: Why can't things ever be easy with Reese? I mean, we're both fighting crime.
Barbara Gordon: He's a cop, you're a vigilante. What do you want me to say?
Helena Kyle: Good point. How about you just find me something to hit?