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Wesley needs someone to use for his history assignment, so he considers using his father, whose Korean War stories have always wowed him. But then later he finds out he made the whole thing up, which disappoints him. Meanwhile, Mr. Belvedere feels left out over a family portrait.
Wesley needs someone to speak about being part of a historical moment. George told him he served during the Korean War so Wesley asks him to speak. But when he tells his class what George is going to talk about, one of the students outs George as a liar saying George is too young to have served in Korea. That's when he goes home and confronts George, telling him he doesn't trust him. Wesley asks Belvedere to speak instead. George asks Belvedere how he can make things right with Wesley, Belvedere tells him to try and be honest with him. And when the family plans to take another family photo, Belvedere is upset they don't want to include him.
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