Bob and Karen are helping get ready at the clubhouse like everyone else. He's worried that Johnny doesn't want to play but she assures him that it will be fine and they flirt endlessly. Once she's off on her own, Skip comes in and begins to flirt shamelessly. I actually agree with Greta, he's kind of pathetic. Bob comes over to assert his dominance, so Skip moves on to Tess. She seems to be the only one immune to his, er, "charms" and shoots down all of his flirting saying she knows his game.
Johnny tells Liza about the note but she knows that he hated Tennyson and doesn't believe the note came from him. Johnny calls B.S. (rightfully, I'd say -- how old are these kids again?) but she goes on and on that the note is a fake and if it came from Greta it's proof that she's hiding something. I really think I should be caring more. What does it say that I'm siding most with Bob in this entire episode? Later that night, clearly not satisfied with Johnny's explanation, Liza climbs into Cliff's bedroom to try and search his computer for a document that says, "Oh hi! I killed Eddie!" She's interrupted by Cliff and Nikki and hides in the closet. Despite some good sleuthing by Spats, they don't discover her hiding and instead finally put some actual sex in this sexy summer soap. I mean, to the point where I know the position Nikki seems to favor, which is something I really would have been very content to leave to my imagination. Afterwards she wants to jump up with no cuddling. Cliff tries to woo her and she's not having it, which is just as well because I don't think I could handle it from him. She points out that she has a curfew and he needs to take her and Spats home. Once they're gone, Liza conveniently notices something on the floor, and pulls the carpet back to find a crawl space. Inside that is a bag, and inside that is something we don't see that makes her gasp.
Johnny and Greta can't do the same because they're again interrupted by Daddy-O, although they're clothed this time. Skip is a total dick, and as much as I hate Greta, I do feel for her with this as a father. After Johnny leaves, they have a showdown where she tells him she doesn't need him, doesn't want him and doesn't care about him. There's some quality soap opera accusations about him not being able to wait for her mother to die, as well.