Goofy walks into the surf shop and asks Erica if Nikki is around. Erica says she left a while ago, and promises that it's the truth. Goofy rides away and totally misses Nikki and Amber walking out of the ice cream shop. Amber posits that guys want girls to fight with each other, so that they don't compare notes. I think she is attributing a level of analysis to Goofy that he just doesn't have. Nikki says that Goofy would die if he knew the things they could share. Amber offers up Goofy's stupid smile. Nikki says that Goofy is spineless, and she yells, "All hail [Goofy], king of the jellyfish!" Of course, Goofy overhears this part, but he doesn't hear when Nikki adds that he is "the most wonderful jellyfish in the entire ocean." Nikki turns to throw something out and sees Goofy watching them. She smiles, but he looks hurt and rides away.
Derrick tells Johnny, Jay, and Susannah the story of how his parents met. Apparently, they met at a homecoming dance in junior high, and his dad immediately knew that his mom was the one. Ava overhears the end of the story. Derrick adds this piece of brilliance: "'One and only' means one. And only." Get that kid enrolled in the gifted and talented program! Derrick worries that Martha is his one and only, and that he won't get another chance to hang out with her. Jay says that if she is, they can't be kept apart. Johnny adds that she can't find anyone else if they are meant to be, and then stares meaningfully at Ava. All of the adults comfort Derrick while Ava watches, and realizes that they are good parents.
Ava goes over to Mulva's house and confesses that she lied about Martha's being at their house when Mulva called earlier. Ava explains that the kids have lost everything, and that she's just trying to do the right thing for them. She adds that Mulva witnessed a scene of chaos, but that there's also a lot of love in their house. Mulva isn't buying it. Ava thinks that Mulva should ask CCK where he got the picture. Mulva practically slams the door in Ava's face. Mulva's doing a great job on that whole "not judging" thing.
That night, Callie and Bradin sit on a blanket at the beach. Callie says she can't believe she's with Bradin, because she dreamed about this happening. Then she expresses astonishment that she just said that aloud. I like Callie because she's kind of dorky. Bradin kisses her, but then pulls away. Callie realizes that he's not in the moment, and asks where Bradin is. Bradin whispers, "Rio de Janeiro." Oh, for God's sack. Bradin tells Callie he has to go, and promises that it's nothing she did, and that she's amazing. Callie is going to go home, listen to songs on the radio, and think about how they totally describe her relationship with Bradin for the next two years or so. Bradin walks over to the cave and finds Sarah waiting for him with the candles and everything.