Panel 1: We start things off with John busting a gut laughing when Lizzie tells him that it's chickens and not the Easter bunny that lay eggs.
Panel 2: He continues to yuck it up when she tells him that it's chocolate factories that make chocolate eggs, not chocolate chickens.
Panel 3: When she tells him it's Santa that comes down the chimney instead of the Easter Bunny, he continues to laugh.
Panel 4: When Lizzie makes a sort of silly comment about how she's just realized that she isn't even a teenager yet and already knows more than he does, John stops laughing and goes into full-on existential horror mode when a normal person who isn't an escapee from a hysteria ward would smile ruefully or roll his eyes.
Summary: I do hope there are notes for this one. I need to have it explained to me why it is that every little thing the kids do makes the adults act as if they're the people in a teaser segment of a police procedural who come across the victim of the week.