Lisa has to give up her weird studies. By the time it's down to him and Lola, he's taking open delight in her desperation. Let's hear your best British accent. Undie Pressure: The kids bet to see who can go the longest without doing their most annoying habits. What's in it for me?.
As Lola tries to get the girls to stay focused, Lynn is the next to lose, as she can't resist folding laundry and not imagine socks as basketballs. This confirms that his parents hated them. You guys couldn't last ten minutes without doing your annoying things! Lola explains that she bought them for him, saying it's unfair for him to be unable to indulge in his annoying habits while she and the others can indulge in theirs. Lana can't play in the mud. So, if I have to read comics with my clothes on, Lola can't look in the mirror. You really need to work on your delivery. But if I beat you, you also have to buy me these beauties.
Luna is tempted to break the bet when she tries to win tickets over the radio by doing her British accent; she tries whispering into her cellphone, away from her sisters, but she then shouts into it when the announcer can't hear her, causing her to lose. Unfortunately for her, Lisa follows her right into the bathroom to complete her study. Lynn can't turn everything into a sport. Eventually, when he sees them doing their stuff, he regrets the new picture depression , leaving him to give Mom and Dad the first picture, as it shows the sisters the way they truly are acceptance. Easy peasy, I just svitched to Svedish, ja? Luna can't speak in a British accent. It's an annoying habit and you get butt germs everywhere! You'd give up right now if you could see what's wrong with your face! Why did you cross the road?! I don't even need a mirror to put my makeup on.
Lola commands her to heel and banishes her to Charles' bed. Those are the ones that really. The only difference is the final reward. So shiny, you can see your face. I'm giving away Mick Swagger tickets to the caller with. Plus, these are so comfy! Naturally, she is the first to lose the bet.
With Lincoln and Lola apparently the only two left, Lola tries to make Lincoln, who is now wearing sweatpants, lose by turning up the thermostat to get him to take off the pants. The first time this happens is when he refers to it as a paperweight after Lori thought it was one. He rallies up the sisters for another picture and ends up changing their looks much to their displeasure bargaining. You know you want these! When Bobby arrives at the house wondering why Lori won't answer his calls, Lola tries to keep Lori from speaking to him, but Lori breaks and lets him in, causing Lana to rush outside into the mud, Lori to congratulate Bobby on their six-week dating anniversary, and Luan to make punchlines out of Lincoln's question for Bobby's lateness. There is no way I'm being in your grody poop study! He opens it anyway, revealing it's full of the mugs he made. Outside, Bobby is chasing a chicken in the rain asking about crossing the road.
You can't look away from the mirror for five seconds! I would have been here sooner, but I had to wait for a chicken to cross the road. Sing it like you mean it, Mick! We should all accept each other's habits. Lori can't talk to Bobby. There's nothing like doing the thing you love surrounded by the ones you love. Lincoln learns to accept his sisters for who they really are. However, their mouths do not move.
The next day, Lincoln gets a package in the mail: his victory undies. Luan can't tell bad jokes. Lincoln is touched by her generous act, and he proceeds to enjoy his comic in his new undies along with his sisters doing their antics. Why should Lincoln have to give up his? Guys, is there something wrong with my face?! Lincoln finally gets Lola to look in a mirror by tempting her to see what she looks like in her uneven makeup; she looks at her reflection in a doorknob, and she immediately bolts upstairs to fix herself, losing her part of the bet. However, he soon realizes after that he forgot about Lily, and that she hasn't cried once, Lily is declared the winner, and Lincoln can't read in his undies ever again.
Later on, Lola is enjoying herself with her mirror when she sees Lincoln, uncomfortable and miserable reading in his clothes, and she takes pity on him. Lucy can't pop up and scare people. I'll just call them my victory undies. Lincoln sees through her ploy, and he tries to get Lola to lose by cleaning every shiny surface in the living room to get her to see her reflection. Carol Pingrey, the girl who beat Lori at homecoming queen according to Lincoln, flat out looks like her. Care to make it a little more interesting? Wait, let me rephrase that! Synopsis The Loud children are inside the on a rainy day doing different things, and is repulsed by reading his comic book in his underwear, calling it an annoying habit, but Lincoln is quick to point out that she and the other girls have annoying habits of their own. Perfect for hanging out with the family and reading comics.