Bonnie offers to "help" the Louds with their constant fights.
Let's recap, Lori went to the university, which implied the house would be alone when the parents are gone.
Now they got to see who will make charge. Only three siblings offer to do, Leni, Lincoln and Lisa. As they try to don't fight, they are chosen by votation. Two sisters pick each candidate. But Lily didn't voted. At being a draw, they try to do an uneven game. Lincoln was the uneven, so he wins. But as we already saw, he can't make charge by himself, so he gives the charges to Lisa. Leni complains to Lincoln for not having chose her, starting a fight.
At seeing this, Bonnie (who was spying on them), decides to put things in order. She puts shock collars to everybody, synced with a remote. The plan is anytime the Louds start to fight, Bonnie will press the button. The first example of this method, is when they fight for the toothpaste. Bonnie shocks them, saying they're doing all wrong. This keeps on by two more days.
The Louds behavior starts to better, this time stopping when they're about the punches. At the end they don't fight anymore. Bonnie gets bored, because she wants to keeping on shocking them. So she starts fake fights to be able to continue. But all has limits. When Bonnie said Lisa what Leni "thinks" about her, Lisa was disposed to spill chemists over her. Lincoln stops her, but Lisa doesn't make case. When Leni awakes the next day, she notices Lisa's chemists. So she goes to her room, and starts to punch her. Bonnie interferes, pressing the button. But one day, the Louds weren't on humor, until Bonnie, pressed the button even if they didn't anything. Lincoln notices her hidden in a flower pot. They took the remote and the collars from all, and to get revenge, the siblings put her the ten collars, and they leave the button pressed below a stone, leaving it far from Bonnie's reach. Ouch!
- If you don't know what's the uneven game, it's a three-people hand game where you have to raise or down your thumbs. The person who gets the uneven thumb wins.
- Some of the thing of Bonnie trying to "help" the Loud family in their constant fights with a shock therapy features some of relation with a same scene of The Simpsons first season and fourth episode, "There's No Disgrace Like Home"
- It's the first episode since Darkness Awaken, to premiere in the same day in USA and in LA.