Unlike the Harper quads who have nothing in common, the Kramden quads are identical, love each other and do everything in unison. Biography Dicky is the son of and. Dawn takes down four hockey mullets by throwing her brothers at them. Please by removing unnecessary details and making it more concise. During the game, Ricky notices Madison cheating by adjusting a golf ball with her foot.
Later at the museum, Dawn is almost exposed when Principal Franklin makes it clear he won't have any sick children on the trip because he refuses to miss his grandmother's 90th birthday. The boys believe it at first, which leads them to not trust each other. She intends to present the butter sculptures for an art contest. The quads put the bikes in their garage planning to return them to their rightful owners. They allow Dooley to remove the cameras and delete the videos.
Williams' class; that night, Dawn tries to get the book back in the tree house, but is caught by Syd who is acting even more crazy than before. Guest stars: Kyla-Drew Simmons as Mae, Mary Birdsong as Ms. Mae and her other friends become suspicious that the quads were responsible for sinking their old school. Dawn is confident they will win this year, but then their hopes are shut down when the Kramden quads show up and announce that they're participating in the race. The Harpers take a family photo as Anne's birthday gift to herself.
Dicky's unconventional kind of thinking has its perks as it sometimes helps them get out of trouble, either intentionally or accidentally. Nicky, Ricky and Dicky are unable to pay their bills because they ordered everything expecting Trey to pay for them, so they're forced to help arrange for Madison's party. However, it's not enough, but Dicky has bad breath and belches to lure the dog over and lick everybody. During the process, they learn that the other students aren't really bad. During Dawn's first night in her own room, she begins noticing frightening things, having never slept in a room without her brothers before; however, she is too stubborn to admit that she misses her brothers and begins to lose sleep. Anne and Tom reject the kids' ideas and announce that they will use an ice-dancing theme since that was always their dream. They serve the dish to a customer they believe to be the Gourmet Guy.
The Gourmet Guy gives it a bad review. While Anne's focus is on the overnight bag, Ricky asks Nicky to put the thermometer into his mouth for a normal temperature reading who then asks Dicky to do so because he doesn't want to get sick. The quads manage to clean up the house, but are caught when Tom finds a small dog in the cabinet when trying to get some tea for his stomach. 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. Dawn suggests that Ricky be the captain, but it turns out to be trap as she only said that to get Tom and Anne out of the house. Tom sets some pretty strict rules for the children; when they get upset about the rules, he mentions that when they pay the rent, they can make up the rules. The following weekend, Madison one-ups them by throwing a bigger garage party inviting everyone to go to her place.
Dawn denies the accusations, as she has no knowledge of his whereabouts. The quads are forced to admit that they're not responsible enough being left home alone. Mae can't sleep without folding clothes. They explain to their parents that they were just trying to save the cafe. While waiting for more information, the Harpers start fighting over which one of them isn't a quad. However, during the next Buffa-Lowdown, Dawn realizes that Avery has a crush on Nicky, so she tries to stop Ricky from embarrassing himself, but things go awry. Dawn gets upset and declares her own Independence Day where she doesn't have to get approval from her parents.
The other children later attempt to be different superheroes, but the children still prefer Nicky. Dawn, Ricky and Dicky pressure Nicky into giving their dish a good review but he says that as a food critic, he has to be honest with himself. Freeman February 7, 2015 2015-02-07 112 1. Archived from on October 9, 2014. Archived from on November 19, 2014.
He quits Madison's team and rejoins his siblings. When the quads arrive home, they discover that all doors are locked and Squishy is having a dog party in the kitchen, so they try going in through the doggy door, but they all try at the same time and get stuck. After realizing that they've been tricked, the quads trap Mae in their house and force her to tell them why the rest of the class didn't want them. The Harpers become nervous, feeling threatened by the Kramdens. The quads love the drama in the show so much that they start acting it out. During a series of challenges, the Kramdens easily beat the Harpers because Ricky keeps overthinking the tests and is not open-minded to thinking outside the box. They blame Ricky for being a bad captain.
It is then revealed that they're still in the kitchen about to open the gift. Mae, declaring herself the fifth quad, offers to help in case any one of them can't make it. Instead of keeping them somewhere Ricky wouldn't check, Dicky placed them in the fridge which made it easier for Ricky to find. He tells them to go through the doggy door. When Nicky, Ricky, and Dicky decide that Dawn is a bad luck charm, Mae gets Science Bob to help out.
The next day at school, they make an attempt at introducing themselves to Syd, but she's not interested and leaves. They ask him what's the worst that could happen. They start fighting over who Mae should replace. Since the quads don't want a babysitter, they convince their parents to leave them home alone. However, a feather then lands on the floor and causes the walls and roof to collapse.