Nicky reads this to his teacher, who assumes the dog was injured and gave allowed Nicky to stay out of detention. Josie asks them what happened and they explain to her it all had to do with their doctor's appointment. It's later discovered at Syd's house that Syd and her family were told to stay away from the Harper family due to the quads' bad reputation, though Syd doesn't personally care about their alleged bad reputation, but because she has a bad side as well, she thinks it's best not to make friends with the quads. When Madison and her snobby country club friends arrive, they start making fun of the mini golf course and Ricky agrees with them. After realizing her brothers read her diary, she decided to get them back by writing a false entry saying that two of the boys are conspiring to do something to the third. Of course, the ceiling also failed when they were together.
They allow Dooley to remove the cameras and delete the videos. . Things fimally fall apart when the real owner of the pig sees it with Anne. Dawn gets upset and declares her own Independence Day where she doesn't have to get approval from her parents. Dawn takes down four hockey mullets by throwing her brothers at them. Nicky also pretends that Dawn is his former girlfriend to try and bond with a counselor who is trying to get over his lovesicknesss.
March 2017 The quads are tired of having a babysitter and want to stay home alone while Tom and Anne go out for date night. At the end of the day, four heads are definitely better than one! They end up breaking a lot of things in the house. Even worse is when he had their classmates play it as well. Everyone is shocked when Anne and Tom show up at the fundraiser carrying the real, healthy Squishy Paws. After that, they start fighting over what they should name the dog. When they come back downstairs later, Ricky is on the couch, absent-minded and rocking himself back and forth, staring blankly into space.
With their parents' help, they agree that it doesn't matter whether they're biologically quads or not. The next day, the quads convince Natlee to let them back into the committee, promising to not quad things up. The tape shows Tom and Anne looking at a sonogram, confirming the fact that Anne is pregnant with quadruplets. She suggests that he writes her a poem, but when she figures out it's Mae, she tries to sabotage Nicky multiple times, during which she tries asking Tom for advice, but ends up doing all the talking and giving advice to herself. In the end, Nicky learns that popularity isn't everything. Anne tells them that the triangle of romance is ridiculous and they shouldn't try to force it. So, Dawn leads her brothers to stand up for ice-dancers.
Her brothers become insecure that Dawn might be more mature. The truth actually led to problems because. Being quadruplets means four times the fun and four times the drama! They are mad that he makes them dress ridiculously and doesn't even bother to learn their names. The quads love the drama in the show so much that they start acting it out. She lies to Nicky and Ricky that she got bit, but admits that she's going through the same changes as Dicky. Dawn keeps her leg up before sleeping. The other children later attempt to be different superheroes, but the children still prefer Nicky.
Dawn denies the accusations, as she has no knowledge of his whereabouts. Please by removing unnecessary details and making it more concise. When Anne shifts her focus back over to Dawn and takes the thermometer out, it reads a normal temperature, though Anne makes mention that it smells like dog. When Dicky wakes up the Dozer to help and the Dozer makes him leave the detention room, Nicky, Ricky and Dawn become worried and sneak out to help Dicky. In the show, Lilly uninvites Eiffel from a party, claiming that she makes it odd while Lilly brags as the toilet paper princess. Dawn confronts Millie for trying to steal Miles away from Mae, but Millie reveals that they're only friends because Miles' mom is her dentist. Anne and Tom reject the kids' ideas and announce that they will use an ice-dancing theme since that was always their dream.
My other lazy kiddie show at the moment is 'Girl Meets World' but I prefer this as the kids are more likable and they also look and act like ten-year-olds and gives the audience a soft spot for them. All the children at the party like Ricky, Dicky and Dawn's costumes, but hate Nicky's costume because he doesn't have a good superpower. Dicky forgets to lock the table's legs, causing the table to collapse; when Dawn hits the croquet ball, the table acts as a ramp and causes the ball to injure Ann, who almost catches the quads and Syd. Both are very lazy with their school work and try to be ladies' men. She is almost stopped from going when Anne says Dawn feels warm and gets the thermometer due to a nasty bug going around, but Nicky and Ricky help her out by telling Anne to check Dicky's overnight bag to make sure it is packed properly. So, he takes a picture that Dicky painted and claims it as his own. They agree to combine the four different dishes into one dish and invite the Gourmet Guy to review.
Madison denies it but when she accidentally pushes Dawn's ball into the hole, Ricky declares the Harpers as the winners. Ironically enough, she is considered the protagonist of the show. While the Harper quads are hanging at Tom's Get Sporty when Madison arrives. The show is surprisingly funny, even for those of us who have passed high school, and the kids are adorable, even if they don't look anything at all alike. Mae sleeps over at Dawn's bedroom. She butt-dials Miles while Mae is making fun of him.