Anissa: I need to lead this. Black Lightning is not the face of this resistance. Jefferson: Who said it was? Anissa: You did. The moment you came in and just took over. Now, I know you’ve done this a million times, but I am running this. Jefferson: I didn’t just take over. Henderson asked for my advice and I gave it. Anissa: Well, I have everything under control until you came in with your “male privilege” and pushed me aside. Jefferson: Male privilege? What are you talking about? I’m your father. This isn’t about you. Anissa: Yes, this is about me. Jefferson: No! If you get this wrong, people die. Anissa: Yes, Dad, I know that! And I also know that this is hard for you but I’m so much more than just your daughter and Thunder, and you need to see that. I am a leader and I can handle myself.
Cheryl: I’d like us to find a way to work together in blissful harmony. Ms. Appleyard: Cheryl, I’m the coach, you’re the athlete. The power structure couldn’t be clearer. As for your muffins, could I suggest a little less time baking and a little more time in the weight room? Cheryl: My body is perfection, you crone! And you may be the coach, but I think you’ll find that the Vixens are mine. Forevermore.