Lori gets a new power that consists in when she says 'Literally', anyone will be forced to do what she wants.
The Louds, except Lori, watch a channel named 'Funny Channel', where they are exhibing a bumper called 'Marathon of Idiots', where they broadcast shorts of characters like Trompit, Patit, Orque, Michi, Dity, Sity & Fity, Gonny the Gopher, and Chuff with Choffy. Lori is using her phone, and she says "Literally, I'm bored". The Louds go to their rooms to enjoy they antics. She watches the TV, and another promo is shown, that says if you say an specific word all your life, you can have the power of when saying that word, you can get the power of control the others to do what you want. Lori says that is a lie, but the guy who appears in the commercial appears through the TV, and he tells Lori to follow the script.
Lori is sended to wash the clothes, but she goes with Lincoln and says "Literally, you have to wash the clothes", and Lincoln goes to wash it like his life depended of that. After she has to water the plants from the past week, but she goes with Lynn and says "Literally, you're gonna to water the plants". And Lynn goes to.
Eventually Lori has to change Lily's diaper, but now she says "Literally, you're going to change your diaper". Lily does it, but when Lori goes away, Lily grabs a pencil, and she writes 'dumb' with an arrow pointing herself.
Lincoln watches the same commercial, but now says that if he looks closely the person, he will take the power. So, before Lori asks Lincoln for something, Lincoln looks closely at her, and grabs her power, so he says a thousand things with Literally. Ending the episode.
- The characters who are mentioned are characters from the writer, Pablo Solis.
- The 'Marathon of Idiots' is a parody of Tex Avery's "Marathon of Fools".