Liza tells Johnny all about how she saw Cliff and Greta running out of Eddie's house the night he died, complete with exact to-the-minute times. It must be because she's a chemistry nut that she's also got a really, really precise memory. Cliff seems not to believe her, on account of the little nothing fact that she was pretending to be Eddie sending instant messages from beyond the grave. I just died a little inside typing that. Thanks, Kevin Williamson. She claims that she and Eddie were great secret friends, but she's convinced he didn't leave a note and that means he was killed, and says she's going to prove it.
Johnny's mom is trying to get Johnny and Bob to bond by participating in a charity celebrity golf tournament together, which seems to be about the last thing Johnny is excited to do. Everyone, naturally, is involved in the prep. While bustling about, Cliff sees Nikki, watching Jessie Jo's dog, Spats. I actually thought at first the dog's name was Spaz, which I think would have worked just as well for a tiny little yappy thing like this. The only people not helping get ready for the big tourney are Greta and Johnny, who are busy looking at her family pictures (like her on Halloween wearing an angel costume and posing with her dad) and talking about Eddie. According to Greta, Eddie had a suicide note and she has been saving it, which isn't gruesome at all. After she talks lovingly about him being "a Jack Kerouac character," and after me vomiting into my own hand, she shows Johnny the note, which is a quote from Tennyson. Of course he knows it, since he was in his own dark place once. They then decide that this sexy summer soap needs the actual sex, and start to get it on until they're interrupted by Greta's father, Skip.
Meanwhile, Nikki and Cliff make out in the pool. He tries to get her to stay out, and she makes a lot of excuses, but when he calls her on it, she denies any hesitation. I think we're supposed to believe she's all damaged, but really all I believe is that he's a creepy mess and she doesn't want to get involved. While they're kissy-kissy, Liza tries awkwardly to steal Cliff's keys and totally gets busted. She's brilliant at chemistry, but not so much at espionage.
Johnny gets his clothes back on and leaves, assured that Greta's dad isn't the type to kill him for trying to bed his daughter. Greta then snipes at her dad, who has a beer and acts all nonchalant and non-fatherly. He's just in town for the golf tournament. He wants to party with his daughter, but she calls him one being emotionally stunted and shoots down the offer.