Louie has the chance to show off his rap skills at a school contest and invites Miles to sing with him when Ray says Miles is a natural. After Louie learns the truth about Miles' ability to sing, he faces a difficult decision.
Max is nervous when his girlfriend auditions for the romantic lead opposite a cute boy in the school play, and he convinces Phoebe to audition for the same role. But things go-awry when Phoebe proves to be a terrible actress.
When the Quads go to summer camp, they realize they can establish a new identity and pretend they don't know each other, but things get complicated when a play for social status entwines the Quads in ways they never imagined.
Pig wants to help a whale with his blowhole. Goat sides with some misfit paintings after being accused of stealing from a museum. Cricket helps a team of bacteria cheerleaders. Banana plots to get his old boss back.
Lady Covington tells Kit that she must ride or risk being expelled from Covington. A family tree project leads Kit to question everything she knows about her mother. Meanwhile, Rudy takes the boys on a camping trip.
Becky saves Zarg's life, and Monster Law dictates that she must now eat him. Unfortunately she's a vegetarian. When Stan realizes he has more in common with the Monsters than with the Nerds, he becomes Vink's new best friend.
Every April Fool’s Day, Luan pranks the entire household, but this year, Lincoln has a plan to not get pranked. The Loud kids make a trip to the supermarket to do the grocery shopping for Mom, but Lincoln has other plans.
While at a parent-teacher meeting in the art room, Toby tries to keep his mother from seeing the very unflattering caricature he drew of her. Toby shows up five hours late for Jessica’s birthday party, which is now long over.
Mackenzie is used to smashing her way around a roller derby rink. Heather must help her control her aggression before she destroys the course. Meanwhile, Schyler summons all his courage to pass the ultimate driving test for his beloved Papa.
A bowling-crazed Dad’s day will quickly go from strikes to gutter balls when we trigger a pre-rigged disaster where his daughter, made up as a balding middle-aged male bowling manager, blames him for all of the destruction.