Milo and Melissa share their most embarrassing stories, but Zack refuses to reveal his past.
Milo's attempt to cook macaroni and cheese for Zack and Melissa ends with a mac and cheese explosion that ruins their cloths. After changing into spare sets of Milo's wardrobe, Zack reacts nervously when Melissa suggests the three look like part of a boy band.
Melissa, Milo and Zack decide to order pizza and to their surprise, the online "pizza squire", Veronica, knows Milo and appears to recognize Zack. The three are inspired to share secrets.
Milo confesses that his backpack "isn't his".
Melissa reveals that her two front are false.
Zack manages to avoid the subject.
Meanwhile, Veronica is shown making her way towards Milo's house avoiding many hazards. She eventually arrives safely at the house and is revealed to be the previous owner of Milo's backpack and his former babysitter, who used the backpack and various methods to deal with Murphy's law.
Before she leaves, she blows a kiss to Zack saying, "Anything for a Lumberzack. Chop, Chop, Chop". To Zack's chagrin, his friends soon search online and discover that Zack was once the leader of a boy band, "The Lumberzacks, a fact that he now looks on with embarrassment.
The episode ends with Melissa, Milo and Zack entertaining the idea of starting a band of their own with Melissa on bass and Milo on accordion.
Milo, Melissa and Zack mention that they should form a band in this episode, with Melissa on bass and Milo playing the accordion. This actually happens in School Dance, to substitute the original band, and officially in Battle of the Bands. Additionally, The Lumberzacks re-appear.
One fortnight is equal to two weeks.
The segment's title is a pun on the 1996 film Secrets and Lies.
When Veronica leaves after delivering the pizza, she rides away on an ostrich. Knights riding ostriches was the central theme of the 1982 video game, Joust and its 1986 sequel, Joust 2: Survival of the Fittest.
Towards the end of the episode, Milo mentions that he has an accordion, an allusion to his voice actor, "Weird Al" Yankovic, being an accordion player.
After Veronica launches her soda powered sidecar, she stabs the door with her unsheathed broadsword to use as a tiller, however, in subsequent scenes the sword, still serving as a tiller, is in it's scabbard.