Nancy worries Lionel's art isn't pretty enough to put in her new museum.
Nancy and Bree want to put her recently-done masterpieces in a beautiful place where everyone can see it, but unfortunately, they do not find the perfect site because all is full. So, in answer to this, they open a museum to show all the neighborhood's art pieces.
Lionel has an abstract style, and Nancy thinks that it isn't right for the museum, so she pulls apart his art away of the main wing, trying to hide it.
Anyway, the visitors can see Lionel's pieces, and unlike Nancy's thoughts, they love it for his vision and the sort of feelings they have while watching it; she learns that the art doesn't have to be beautiful to be good, it just has to make you feel things and doesn't matter how different it is.
In order of appearance:
- In this episode, the refrigerator has two drawings that appeared by the first time in the song Plain and Fancy, showing by Nancy when she is teaching how to be fancy with banners.