When the parents ask if they want to go to the movies instead, they also deny that, asking how movies will make them move on in life. When she accidentally gets tea on the doll, Lola finds a replacement doll at the antique store, where the previous antique doll's damaged state fills her with guilt and mysteriously returns to her. While enjoying the new comic smell, a gassy scent erupts, which leads to Lincoln and Clyde becoming Ace Savvy and One-Eyed Jack. The Loud siblings soon end up trapped inside during a snowstorm and it is up to Lana to get them out. Once that is done, Lynn Sr.
As someone who likes Lynn, I can get a good laugh out of her overly-competitive actions, her never-ceasing energy, and lively sporty nature here. Using a spellbook that was previously owned by her Great-Grandma Harriet, Lucy uses the spells to teach her siblings a lesson. When that fails, Luna takes Lisa's advice to follow the most common non-music ventures, until she finds out some other facts about Chunk. Discussing politics and religion is not allowed unless directly related to the show. She eventually and promises to be a better sport. Instead, she saves her excitement for when they're not around, which they believe is good enough. In order to be average like the rest of her class, she gets her eyes fixed and joins Lincoln's circle of friends.
This causes Lori and Leni to work to obtain their own vehicle and the others to try to get Vanzilla back. Back in Royal Woods, Lincoln is in line awaiting the brand new flippee flavor. In order to get more time for their own projects and interests, Lincoln and his other sisters decide to be homeschooled as well, but they discover that it's not as easy as it appears to be and ask Lola to walk them through it. This leads to Lincoln and the rest of the sisters to try to find a secret to use against Lola. Upon informing Lincoln of this, Clyde is trained in the three Cs: Confidence, Caring, and Cookies. To pull this off, Lincoln enlists his sisters to do various things to scare him and Clyde and Lucy comes up with various scares to toughen them up. But little does the family know, there is a shocking reason why Lola will not read.
All users are expected to be respectful to others. Unfortunately for her, the door wasn't. In order to make themselves prepared for burglars, Lincoln and his sisters do various things, such as storing their possessions in the bathroom, defending themselves, and enlisting the help of Bobby in Mall Cop attire and Lynn Jr. J, who offers her to work at the science institute so Lisa can get work done without interruptions. Soon, Lincoln has to do his part when his friends wish to use his house to play video games.
To prepare Leni for the sale tomorrow, Lincoln and the rest of his sisters work to make Leni aggressive. These changes cause Luna to make an important decision when the time comes for her to perform. This leaves it up to Lincoln to recruit Hunter Spector to convince Clyde to start believing again. When Lincoln's friends see him there, he works to keep himself from being seen with Ronnie Anne. Lincoln worries about Ronnie Anne watching the egg due to her supposedly destructive ways.
In other words, Luna basically told herself that she needed education. After Lynn wins, she winds up missing a tooth, not unlike her original design. Unfortunately, Lana takes a shortcut and does a plot with Hops and the local animals that soon gets covered in the news by local news reporter Katherine Mulligan. One of those obstacles is Lori beating him to the bathroom. Since I still find her entertaining enough here, I can call this cartoon a good and fun one that stresses why there should be limits on showboating. When Lincoln's latest job is at a birthday party attended by goths and none of them fall for his funny tricks, he must make up with Luan in order to entertain the goths. But things get out of hand when Lincoln pushes Lana too much while trying to get her to act like a normal, girly girl.
They soon suspect that she likes one of them. Now Lori fears that her future is in jeopardy because of this setback, so her siblings attempt to help her in any way they can before the tournament. Unhappy with this discovery, the parents tell their kids to wake up so they can go turtle saving. He must recover it before she is done with work. Grouse, Lincoln rallies his family and the McBrides in order to lift Mr. Lincoln himself apparently escaped this fate, but the viewer gets to see she wrote it on the back of his head instead. But when it appears that Lily's blanket has been accidentally sold, the Loud children must band together, find out who they sold it to, and get it back.
Lincoln is left with the deciding vote. Lisa's new watch invention takes Lincoln to a genderbender reality, and he adapts to it at first — until he learns the downsides of having brothers like Loki, Loni, Luke, Lane, Boy Lynn, Lars, Leif, Lexx, Levi, and Leon, forcing him to try to return to his own reality before the deadline of his time there expires. Lisa quickly accepts this, and it goes well at first, until she makes some discoveries on how things go at the science institute, and the fact that there are some basic things that she can't do without her siblings. This leaves Clyde in a state of mind where he considers everything fake, much to the dismay of Howard who is advised by Harold not to call Dr. However, Lola thinks that reading is boring and refuses to participate, causing Lincoln and the rest of his family to try to convince her that reading can be fun. Outside, Rita and Lynn Sr. This leads to his sisters going on their own strike in return.