OK, so it wasn't the wedding I'd hoped for, but I'll take it. The sun set on this endless-summer series with Ava and Johnny professing their love for each other on the beach in front of a roaring fire. Finally! After two seasons of will-they, won't-they, it was no accident that "Don't Dream It's Over" (by a band called Crowded House, nonetheless... get it?) was playing as they were kissing. I wasn't sure they'd even end up together, with Ava's speech beforehand about not going back to what they once had. And didn't she just tell Nikki that that she and Johnny were over because too much had happened between them? (But hey, I'm not complaining.) Lots of other loose ends were tied up, like Bradin's finally deciding to quit his corporate sponsorship. But are we really supposed to believe a 17-year-old is going to have a moral issue with an ad campaign that shows off his studly bad-boy image? His moral outrage seemed a little too mature to me. Speaking of mature: Props to formerly flaky Jay for stepping up when Isabel said she was pregnant. (You knew she was going to keep the baby, right?) He's had lots of practice as a surrogate parent to Bradin and Derrick, so no worries there. Maybe Isabel can move into the beach house with Jay (baby makes nine under one roof) and they can do a spin-off called Full House. Oh, riiiiight...