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"Networking": Helena Bertinelli struggles with the dual identities of her own and the Huntress. She decides that ultimately, the weaker Helena must die, and the Huntress must persist. She moves into a new apartment, with a new landlord, Hector Ruiz.


Quote1 If I had any brains... I'd leave that costume packed up forever. But if I didn't do what the Huntress does... surely someone else would! Quote2
-- Helena Bertinelli



Appearing in "Networking"

Featured Characters:

Supporting Characters:

  • Dr. Evelyn Rosen

Villains:

  • Angelo Brancati
  • Tony "The Gut" Resigno (Dies)
  • Mike Cobb

Other Characters:

  • Hector Ruiz
  • O'Shea
  • Tad

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Synopsis for "Networking"

Helena Bertinelli struggles with the dual identities of her own and the Huntress. She decides that ultimately, the weaker Helena must die, and the Huntress must persist. She moves into a new apartment, with a new landlord, Hector Ruiz.
Elsewhere, Tony "The Gut" Resigno meets with Angelo Brancati, who tries to convince Tony to repurpose his waterfront properties, and make more money. Tony is reluctant, and over dinner, Angelo shoots him dead, taking control of his holdings.
Media personality Mike Cobb takes a meeting with Bracanti, who demands to be interviewed. Bracanti wants full control over the waterfront area, and he wants Cobb to portray the area as a bad neighbourhood so that potential investors are scared off. Once he gains control, Bracanti will build a district of television networks that he controls.
Bracanti arranges to have two rival gangs paid to beat each other up in the waterfront district, creating the appearance of a race riot. Cobb and his camera crews are already on the scene, and Helena grows suspicious. When some of the thugs smash a window in her apartment building, Helena is forced to intervene. As the Huntress, she beats some of the thugs down, but even after the beating, the thugs persist. Suddenly a car appears, and a man in a hap-hazard costume claims to be the Waterfront Warrior, and attacks the thugs. Unfortunately the new player is overwhelmed, and Huntress is forced to decide how to take everyone out.



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