He uses his police loudspeaker to break up the other smooching couples, then has a heart-to-heart with Bella about what a bad little rebel he used to be. See, it's all because his mom and dad got divorced. Woe is him. Bella used to make him feel good about himself. He earns himself a kiss from the flower girl. Then her phone starts ringing off the hook. I bet it's dad. Yup. Jimmy Bloom. Mood killer extraordinaire. Ronnie gets paged -- he's still on duty. He asks her on a real date.
Daphne wants the scoop on Ronnie's kissing abilities. He's great. Bella's trying desperately to get in touch with Marina. She thinks Marina should know when she's going to call. Who says she doesn't, Bella? Maybe she's just avoiding you. Ever think of that? Bella's worried that she's getting conned. [Out of what? Her dignity? - Zach] Daphne thinks she's overthinking things. At least Daphne's smart enough to see that. Back to Ronnie -- on the way home, he turned on the siren and drove really fast. Bella's smitten. Cyrus shows up in a lame hat and matching polo shirt. He's working for a security company. He's selling $900 alarm systems door to door.
We follow Cyrus a bit as he gets doors slammed in his face over and over again. That gives Bella time to go to Marina's. Marina is, of course, nowhere to be found. So Bella stupidly goes snooping. She checks out an unmarked box and sees purses in it. Marina steps out of the back where she was making a snack (of course), and Bella tries to play it cool. This doesn't remotely work. Bella does this creepy bug-eye thing when she's lying. Not cute. Marina refuses to give her a reading, claiming that her visions are all fuzzy right now. Bella confides that she's dating an ex who her father hates. Marina wants to know if she thought the answer was in the box. Bella goes all bug-eyed again. Marina agrees to do a reading in order to get Bella to shut up and stop being nosy. Marina sees a wave, in the city, and the ex is involved. Then she dismisses her.