The secret gets out and Joey gets grounded by his parents. The four then work together to try to hide and repair the damage from their parents, but their scheme is uncovered; however, their mother Anne allows them to keep the dog since she is proud that they were finally able to work together. To Ricky's disappointment, the video gives the head of the space program an idea to take quads into space. Anne and Tom reject the kids' ideas and announce that they will use an ice-dancing theme since that was always their dream. Meanwhile, Tom breaks Anne's vase while competing with her in the living room, and the two get into an argument.
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. The quads realize that they shouldn't have been quick to judge their parents. The rest of the class blames the Harpers when Principal Tarian reveals that he will bring in a much tougher substitute gym teacher. Dicky then puts the thermometer into Squishy Paws' mouth as he also doesn't want to get sick. Principal Tarian is disappointed, but Ricky manages to convince him that it was all part of the plan.
The rules of the challenge keep changing until the final version involves fighting with turkey legs. They start fighting over who Mae should replace. In another twist, the Harper quads have to compete for the spot against their rivals, the Kramden quads. To attract people to the charity and to impress the girls, Nicky, Ricky and Dicky get Joey to perform, but Dawn is worried that Joey's presence might expose their secret relationship. Ricky becomes suspicious that his siblings are behind the account but he laughs at them because they can't take credit.
She gets help from her brothers to delete the voicemail before Miles hears it. When the boys get a chance to go ahead of Dawn, they can't agree on which one of them should be left standing, so they stop fighting as a team. She butt-dials Miles while Mae is making fun of him. However, things go awry when Nicky, Ricky, and Dicky also become sick and then later all four of them get stuck inside a caveman exhibit after trying to find a soundproof place to sneeze all they want. Guest stars: Theodore John Barnes as Miles, Ariana Molkara as Sadie, Sidney Floyd as Brooklyn, Miles Elliot as Kipper, Rena Strober as Ms. Guest stars: as Ericka Knightly, as Twisty, as Rose, Theodore John Barnes as Miles, Siena Agudong as Natlee, Gage Petrone as Franco, Isabella Revel as Avery Note: This is a double-length special episode.
The butter heads melt and the quads are unable to rebuild them in time, so they cover their heads with butter and pretend to be the sculptures. The quads put the bikes in their garage planning to return them to their rightful owners. Ricky is the producer while Dawn and Mae are co-anchors. When the boys overhear Miles saying he doesn't like Mae's cat, they assume that he's talking about Mae. However, things take an even worse turn when Moses sees this and gives Nicky, Dicky, and Dawn uncool nicknames—Suspender Girl, Visor Boy, and Briefcase Man—and Ricky is then invited to be on the stairs with the other cool students and receives the nickname R-Man. Meanwhile, Anne's massage is also not going so well because the masseuse keeps being interrupted with phone calls and is letting conflicts at home affect her massaging skills.
After that, Dawn and Madison make it clear that they still hate each other. Later, Tom and Anne see the Dynamites, a couple that destroyed their chances at winning at the dance competition and humiliated them, who have now opened the same sporting store as Tom and Anne. The quads know Eiffel and Lilly personally because they've worked with them in camp and ballet, respectively. During the last invite, the butler asks the quads about Simone's new inventions. They start thanking themselves for being there for Dawn when she needed them. She admired Eiffel's skills and wanted to become better at ballet.
This symbolizes that the class of 2017 has left big shoes to fill. Unfortunately, he starts telling the class embarrassing stories about the quads as little children, so with Anne's help, the quads convince Principal Tarian to fire Tom and hire Anne instead. The Gourmet Guy gives it a bad review. Dawn tells Mae about it and Mae decides to break up with Miles first. Mae confronts them for not even trying. When Mae refuses, the quads decide to vote one of them out. Dawn is immediately impressed by one of the girls in the ballet class.
So, Madison agrees to come check it out. Eiffel is proud of her toilet paper commercials, that made her the popular toilet paper princess. They are mad that he makes them dress ridiculously and doesn't even bother to learn their names. During the process, they learn that the other students aren't really bad. At first his plan works, but Dawn later finds out about his scheme and sets out to expose the truth.