When playing online, Lincoln accidentally bets the property of the house.
One day, Lincoln is playing online games in his laptop. He receives a call from a guy called Jack telling him to enter in another page where you can bet things. Lincoln says that he doesn't is allowed to bet nothing. Jack says that the bets are 'virtual' (eye to the marks). Believing this, Lincoln accepts and enters to the site.
He searches that Jack and both enter to a table. Jack bets a die, while Lincoln bets a shirt. Both play a card game simmilar to UNO. Jack wins and Lincoln loses 'virtually' a shirt. Lincoln wants the rematch. This time Jack bets a board game, and Lincoln bets his radio. Jack wins again, and Lincoln says 'goodbye' to his radio.
Eventually Jack starts betting better things, like a TV, the luxurious car of his dad and his furniture. Lincoln has a better one: the property of the 1216 of the Franklin ave (aka, the Loud house). He clicks play to the game. Suddenly, there are knocks at Lincoln's door. It's Lori that had been watching all that Lincoln did from her cellphone. She reclamed him to not lose the bet, or else. Intrigued, Lincoln makes his best effort. Suddenly the game is suspended by Jack's father, that says him (with the mic turned on) to go to the wood store for buy planks to fix their shack. The conversation is heared by Lincoln, that exiges Jack to return his things. Jack accepts he's poor and only wanted to be superior. At the end the house is still being of the Louds. For now...