...which, of course, she doesn't go to. Instead, she sneaks around Seth's room, looking through his things and asking Captain Oats to guide her to the source of Seth's odd behavior. She soons finds a sizeable bag of weed. "Ew!" she cries.
Sad music plays as Ryan and Marissa pull up to the scene of Johnny's temper tantrum. Ryan orders Marissa to go to Kaitlin while he heads up a back trail to join Johnny at the edge of the cliff. Marissa runs up to Kaitlin and hugs her -- although her voice barely shows any concern or emotion, as usual -- as she begs Johnny to get down. Should they really be encouraging him to climb back down? And is Marissa really the best person to be yelling at Johnny right now? He doesn't seem to think so, sneering at her offer of friendship and telling her to go away as Ryan runs up behind him. The two guys finally come face-to-face, and Johnny's about as happy to see Ryan as he was to see Marissa. He asks Ryan if he's planning on saving him once again in front of Marissa. Good point, Johnny, except for the fact that Ryan has only had to save you from danger that you've put yourself in. Well, except for that thing with Volchok, which really was just Ryan being a buttinsky. Johnny refuses to come down, and his foot slips, almost sending him flying off the cliff. Ryan begs him to get away from the edge. Johnny asks if Ryan's planning on grabbing his hand if he falls and save the day again, and then gets a chance to put his theory into practice as a look of horror crosses his face and he falls backwards into the Slow Motion Sequence of Doom.
Johnny slips off the edge of the cliff. Ryan runs and grabs over the edge. We hear a scream. Marissa covers Kaitlin's face. We hear a bottle crash on the ground; we don't hear the thud of a body hitting the ground. But then we see Ryan's hand dangling off the edge of the cliff, and it's empty. From the look on Ryan's face, Johnny's prognosis doesn't look good. But you'll have to watch next week to find out for sure.
By the way, Fox would like you to know that tonight's episode featured music by the band Rock Kills Kid, which may only exist to serve as a humorous coda to a mostly silly episode. I'm surprised they didn't add that we also heard from James Blunt in honor of Seth.