Tim stalking Cass from Robin #119 from Jon Lewis and Pete Woods.
Don’t kid yourself, Tim, even money says she’s known you were there all along. She even says “I am always watching” to those guys.
So, basically at this point Tim is convinced that there is a traitor amongst the ranks of the bat-family, so naturally he chooses to target poor Cass with his suspicions first. I’m not convinced by his inner-monologe comment about Cass lacking any concept of morality before meeting Bruce, if that were the case, why would she have ever parted ways with her father?
I can’t decide if Lewis didn’t really get her, or if he was writing Tim in-character as not really getting her, but the end result is about the same.
My read on this scene?
Cass knows perfectly well that Tim is there, and why. As ever, she understands and grasps quite a bit more than she lets on. She would literally only have needed a passing glance at Tim pursuing her to read the suspicion and distrust etched subconsciously into his every movement and expression. She knows, and yet (possibly to save Tim’s wounded pride since he thinks he’s being sneaky) she pretends to not notice him until the end.
Why? Because she understands, deep down, why the others will probably always harbor some distrust towards her, she understands that naturally if Tim thinks something is afoot he’s going to investigate her first.
She understands, but it doesn’t hurt any less.
As usual, Cass suffers in silence.