Lincoln tries to prove he can handle dinner at the adult table.
One evening, Lincoln is annoyed by the messy and annoying antics of his younger sisters at the "kiddie table", and he envies his older sisters, who get to eat with Mom and Dad at the "grownup table". Some time later, he gets Clyde to come over to help him prove that he is mature. After following Clyde's lessons on talking 'adult", learning the individual table utensils, and looking sharp, Lincoln manages to get his parents' approval to get a seat at the grownup table.
However, the experience of being mature proves to be not as exciting as Lincoln had hoped; there's no singing or joke-telling, the family engages in boring small talk, and liver is served rather than chicken nuggets. That night, Lincoln has a nightmare in which he is bound to the grownup table. Upon waking up, Lincoln realizes that it's his fault for wanting to be so mature and devises a plan to get back to the kiddie table.
The next evening, he arrives at the grownup table and makes a complete fool of himself by imitating his younger sisters' unsavory and crazy table manners. When his parents have enough of his behavior and ask him if he wants to go back to the kiddie table, Lincoln happily obliges and joins an in-progress food fight to celebrate Lincoln's return. As he happily engages in the mess, Lynn asks if she can join them as well. Lincoln agrees and Lynn says she never thought it would be possible to leave the grown up table. The other older sisters join their younger siblings as well, and the 11 children start a big food fight (as well as their parents) as the episode ends.
‣Pop Punk - Doug Rockwell [Title card] ‣The Four Seasons (Spring) - Allegro - Antonio Vivaldi [Lincoln imagines himself at the grownup table] ‣Wiggin Out - Christian Mondstein, Jo Part [Phase one and two of Clyde's advice] ‣Night Talking - Anthony Hymas [Grownup table simulator] ‣Wiggin Out - Christian Mondstein, Jo Part [Phase three of Clyde's advice] ‣ ? [Lincoln goes to the grownup table] ‣Robots Don't Cry - David Bergeaud [Lincoln imagines what would happen if he asked to leave the grownup table] ‣ ? [Lincoln imagines his escape from the grownup table] ‣Vibe Link (b) - Richard Myhill [Lincoln sees Bun Bun] ‣ ? [Lincoln acts his age] ‣Pop Punk - Doug Rockwell [Lincoln returns to the kiddy table] ‣ ? [Ending]
This episode, along with "The Sweet Spot", was released on Nick.com and other digital platforms on April 1, 2016, ahead of its television premiere.
During that time, the video file had the episodes switched, and this would play before "The Sweet Spot".
This episode probably takes place after "Any Given Sundae" because in that episode Lily never had any ice cream before but in this episode Lily is seen eating ice cream.
When Lincoln turns on C-SPAM, the stock ticker on the bottom of the TV screen reads "Morgan Ltd.", a reference to prop designer Jared Morgan.
Bobby's dad, Arturo Santiago, is mentioned in this episode, and according to Lori and Lynn Sr., Dr. Santiago had recently gotten a hernia-operation done.
In the Latin American Spanish dub, all references to the Republicans were removed and simply referred as politicians.
Innuendo: Clyde says "Don't worry beautiful, I'll share my buns with you" to the cardboard cutout of Lori.
The parents require sophisticated behavior at the grown up table, but they themselves aren't above childish behavior.
Lincoln could've just asked to return to the kid's table.