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Lincoln and Clyde's spring-break plans are put in jeopardy because of a time limit of one day; Lori throws a sophisticated party, but it backfires when her guests don't like what she's planned.
Lincoln gets competitive with Clyde when they both intern at Flip's and strive to be manager; Lincoln has a memorable day with Pop Pop, who's temporarily jolted out of his mellow way of life.
Lincoln wears strong earbuds to tune out his sisters; Lynn and Lucy quarrel, so Lincoln lets Lynn stay in his room for just one night.
Lincoln wants to take a photo of the family as a present for his parents' anniversary, and this photo must be nothing less than perfect; the Loud kids make a bet concerning their annoying habits.
Lincoln works as a clown assistant to Luan, but then he begins to steal the limelight from her; Lisa discovers the fun part of snow days.
Clyde seeks advice from Lincoln on how to excel at being a big brother; the same dress is purchased by two of the Loud sisters, so a major fight erupts.
Lincoln must help his sisters by covering for them all on the same day; Lincoln goes on a date with Bobby's little sister, and Bobby and Lori join them, making it a double date.
Clyde is desperate to learn how to act normal around Lori, so he enlists Leni's help; the kids worry about Mom and Dad not being active enough, so they encourage them to exercise.
The Loud family form a band and perform in a talent show; Lincoln accompanies his mom to her job at a dental office.
Lola gets ill and is unable to compete in her pageant, so Lincoln prepares Lana to fill in for her; Lily gets two new babysitters: Lincoln and Clyde, who think they've signed up for a simple task.
Lincoln's social standing is at stake when his 4-year-old sister is put in his class; the family van keeps falling apart, so the kids try to trick Dad into buying a cool new van.
Lincoln's insight on girls becomes the focus of a business he and Clyde start; the family have a garage sale, and the kids get competitive trying to outsell one another.
Lincoln assists Leni with her driving test so that he can stop depending on Lori for rides; Lincoln questions Lori's role as the family babysitter, and his other siblings back him up.
Lincoln and Clyde submit a comic to a contest, but they're foiled by a surprising nemesis; Lana brings home a new pet the kids adore, but the older pets scheme to get rid of the newbie.
Lincoln buys a kiddie pool, and his sisters all like it and want to use it; Lincoln wants to mold Lily into a mini version of himself.
Lincoln hangs at Clyde's home because he likes Clyde's dad, who gives Lincoln lots of attention; Lincoln wins a limo ride and the experience changes him.
The sisters enlist Lincoln to teach them how to ask Mom and Dad for money; Lisa gets her report card and finds she's failed social skills, and in order to bring up her grade, she must make a friend.
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