Oh, hello, Chili! It's almost nice to see you again. He's been dragged out of the Roberts's Attic of Lost Tertiary Characters for a heart-to-heart with Johnny about Marissa. He says that Johnny's been down about girls before, but never as bad as Johnny is over Marissa. Chili thinks the best thing for Johnny to do at this point is just to "take a shot" with Marissa. Even if he gets rejected, at least Johnny will know that he did everything he could and then try to get over it. Johnny doesn't hear that part, since he's grasped onto the slim chance that Marissa will choose Johnny over Ryan. I don't think this is going to end well.
Sandy and Kirsten are having a dinner out. Kirsten gives Sandy permission to order himself a drink, since Sandy has apparently been abstaining from alcohol around his alcoholic wife. At least, he has on those few occasions that the writers remember Kirsten even has a drinking problem. Then they see Matt across the restaurant, sitting at the bar. They're about to invite him over to sit with them when a young woman enters. Kirsten identifies her as Maya Griffin -- that would be Maya "My Dad Is The Head Of The Physicians Of The Churro Hospital Committee" Griffin. You know, the one Sandy told Matt not to go after so that they could win over her father. Sandy's not too morals-obsessed to talk to Matt about it immediately, though. He'll wait until tomorrow, when Matt has already done all the buttering up that Sandy supposedly doesn't want him to do. He and Kirsten decide to go to the Crab Shack and get take-out instead.
Marissa meets Johnny at the beach. He tells her that he wants to get everything "out in the open." Marissa starts to say that she'd rather he kept things unsaid in order to make it easier and more comfortable for her, but he just interrupts her to announce that he loves her, and that he thinks she feels the same way about him. And he looks so hopeful and happy as he lists off all the things Marissa's done for him that prove that she has feelings for him -- taking care of him when he hurt his knee, refusing to stay away from him no matter how many times he asked/ordered her to, etc. -- that you have to feel just a little bit sorry for the guy. Johnny urges Marissa to think about this and give him an answer. For Johnny's sake, she should have thought about it the first time he told her about his feelings. Instead, she just ignored it and kept leading him on and made everything worse.