Pat: Quite a show down there.
Pat: I’m not the one you need to apologize to. The thing is I don’t get it Court. I mean your greatest superpower is seeing the good in other people, but you can't seem to see it in Jennie.
Courtney: Can't see it? Pat, how can I not see the good in Jennie? Everyone sees it. She's perfect, and she's a superhero’s daughter for real. I feel like such a fraud around her. She's everything I should be.
Pat: No, she's everything you were. Think about it. She's just trying to learn more about a father she never really knew. That’s all. That’s why she's here. Remember how that felt?
Courtney: Pretty lonely.
Pat: Yeah, pretty lonely.
Pat: Hey, thought you might need that.
Courtney: Thanks. Pat, how do you know she’s really Green Lantern’s daughter?
Pat: Well, the JSA didn’t talk about their kids a lot to protect them, but I know that they had them. And that ring, it only worked for Alan.
Courtney: The Cosmic Staff only worked for Starman, and now it works for me. What if she’s not who she says she is? What if she’s a spy or something?
Pat: A spy?
Courtney: Yeah, for one of the JSA’s old enemies like Baron von Blitzkrieg.
Pat: OK, there’s no von. It’s just Baron Blitzkrieg, and he died in the war.
Courtney: Then whoever then.
Pat: Listen, Court, you’re looking for villains everywhere, and I get it, being Stargirl it’s…
Pat: This life that you’re pursuing, it’s more about helping people than it is fighting the bad guys. That’s what you’re good at: Yolanda, Rick, Beth, you gave them a shot when no one else would. So how about giving this kid a chance?