After giving himself too little time to work on a history fair project, Zach uses a model replica of an artifact his dad brought from Egypt to use on one on hieroglyphics, but grows embarrassed that it's fake so claims it's a real artifact, and concocts an elaborate story of how it was gotten. Annie is angry that he'll get as much acclaim as those, like her, who worked hard on theirs, while Ari is angry with Sock's reluctance to honor the deal they made about sharing their new intertube. Plato reminds them that dishonesty never truly pays off, as another found out in "The Boy Who Cried Wolf", where he wasn't believed even when he was truthful since he had a habit of lying. Written by
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Sounds like Zach's having some fun in the spotlight.
And if he's not careful, he's going to get burned by that light.