Of course things had to be dramatic. Not everyone enjoyed a simple, wholesome family dinner like he did. He tried to keep that in mind-- that each of his siblings bonded in different ways-- but he felt a sort of anxiety climbing up his back anyway. It was simply in Sawyer's nature to be a peacemaker, to desire to fix every negative emotion around him. So he put himself to work now, shaking his head at just about every comment his siblings made back and forth at one another.
"I didn't order all this food for you guys to be so hostile to one another," he said, raising his eyebrows, though they both likely knew he'd still pay for the damn dinner regardless of how much fighting took place. He frowned at Trevor over the "boring" comment, though otherwise tried not to take it too personally. (Which Sawyer wasn't terribly good at doing, mind you.)
"I'll pay for a round of drinks if you guys can keep things somewhat civil." There. Incentive. Maybe that'd work.