Began broadcast on May 2nd, 2016, though prior to the premiere, two episodes were uploaded online. She had named them. In "A Novel Idea", Lincoln is playing astronaut and says, "One giant leap for..." only to hear Lana scream and say, "Lana?!". The series has since become a hit for Nickelodeon, to the point where a DVD of the first season was released just mere weeks after the show's first anniversary. in unison. In October 2017, Nick fired Savino amid numerous allegations of sexual harassment and intimidation towards fellow artists, and it was announced that the show would continue to go on without him.note This is the second time in Nicktoons history that a creator was fired from their own series; John Kricfalusi was famously ousted from The Ren & Stimpy Show in 1992, albeit for purely business reasons. In "The Crying Dame", only Lily likes the song of Fenton, the singing toy fox. Some of Leni's behavior suggests that there's more to her than simply being a, Some scenes, especially the episode "April Fools Rules", show that Luan's obsession with pranking can become very extreme to the point where you may wonder if it's not a psychosis. Haiku, who's about eleven, likes a centuries-old (fictional) vampire. TVTropes is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License. Luna is established as one in her first appearance in the pilot. Lucy - Her poetry, her bust of Edwin the Vampire. Lucy finds it boring, but Lisa enjoys it. Clyde is also more neurotic, worrysome and emotionally fragile than Lincoln, but he's also the. http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/WesternAnimation/TheLoudHouse. Proof that the remaining 10% is worth living with ten sisters for here. Register Start a Wiki. Her sweater is light green, as is her swimsuit, and in the winter. Lily knows the words "doggy" and "kitty cat" and likes to play with the pets. Lori tends to wear sky blue— it's the colour of her tank top, her golf shirt, her bikini, her winter coat, and several of her nighttime outfits. Inverted with Lucy, who is a goth and adores all things creepy, including spiders. All they do is make Lincoln get sick and throw up. Eventual episodes give the sisters more focus and even episodes that focus on them, and sometimes Lincoln doesn't appear at all. Wikis. Self Insert OC story. by TotCall720, Girl Jordan and Boy Lincoln by LoudAutomata16, The Connie-Ronnie Switcheroo by by MrTyeDye, Pokemon Loud Version Kanto by SilverNugget, Linc 10: Bearer Of The Omnitrix By TvFan2244, Five Night's at Lynn's (A Loud House Parody) By EliteSlayer103, Louds vs. the Forces of Evil by Ninjamon1228, Stories And Tales From Dimension 63 by Omega Ultra. One of the rabbit sisters from "White Hare" was named for Savino's wife, Bethany. Lincoln then decides to have something similar called a "Bro-entine's Day" with his best friend Clyde. When I move to Michigan and Meet the Loud Kids, The Entirety of the Universe will change forever. Lola won the family burping contest in "Come Sale Away". She had a family of three living in the cobwebs over her bed who were swept out in "Insta-Gran" whose loss she mourned. Clyde is all too happy to answer, "This guy!" It also has some great action scenes and the relationship between Lincoln and Lisa that develops throughout the story is nothing short of heartwarming. Vanzilla often gets covered in bird poop, so when Lynn Sr. replaces it, he gets obsessive about keeping bird poop off the new van. But Clyde is the. This is the second time in Nicktoons history that a creator was fired from their own series; Though he is occasionally referred to as Linc, similar to their names. In "Out on a Limo" when Lincoln returns home too late to take his sisters to the Burpin' Burger due to spending time with Lord Tetherby, he enters to find them outraged and slams the door shut; but when he turns around, the sisters are suddenly there on the porch. But quite obviously, they differ greatly when it comes to their general mood and how they like to portray themselves to the outside world. You also have Dana, another one of Lori and Leni's friends, and Dana Dufresne, a. Leni's pretty clumsy, often bumping into the wall and falling downstairs. In "Attention Deficit", both the Loud parents and, In "Linc or Swim", whenever the Loud family gets banned from the pool, someone says, "Loud family, out!" She does an obviously fake smile and when Lucy asks if she's okay, Luan says yes, even though she's clearly faking. In "Love Birds", Walt the canary has a crush on his neighbour Mr. Grouse's plastic flamingo. Starting in Season 3, Lincoln ceased to be the focus character and thus episodes didn't include him. In "Frog Wild", Lincoln says, "That sounds—" then the scene cuts to Lana saying, "Horrible!". The pilot for the series focused on Lincoln attempting to use the bathroom, followed by. You can see the pilot for the series here. ", Lynn Sr.'s fear makes him unconscious for most of the episode. The Loud House / Heartwarming - TV Tropes A page for describing Heartwarming: Loud House. Lily, being, well, a baby, uses baby words like "kitty-cat" and "poo-poo". Additionally, a live-action made-for-TV Christmas movie is also in development. Luan - "Get it?" Luna's double: interrupts her rock recital to play bad polka music. According to Lola in the pilot, Lincoln, who's normally sensible, once read comics in his underwear. Well im gonna head in and start packing for the trip." Lori is often this as well, though she is quite condescending. Characters getting attacked by wild raccoons that show up out of nowhere is a frequent occurrence. Lincoln was named for the street where his childhood home was located. I think I've already built a substantial enough "reputation" in which you don't need to do much digging to know what I try to avoid both reading and writing in TLH stories, but just in case anyone's curious, I'll elaborate. Luna and Lola were named for Dachshunds his family owned. Luan is another innocent goody-two shoes who spreads happiness in the form of comedy and is generally naïve and sweet-natured. the siblings realize she hasn't been swearing the whole episode - she was saying "donut". A horse thinks it's another horse and develops a crush on the mask, causing Luan to run away and. "Really Loud Music": Luna cannot accept her new "Lulu" persona and instead plays the song she wrote from the start as herself; because of this, she is disqualified and doesn't win the record deal. "Cover Girls" ends with Lincoln forced to dress as Lily, and getting photographed by his classmates. In "No Such Luck", Lincoln manages to convince Lori, Lisa, and the parents that he is bad luck surprisingly quickly. In "Suite and Sour", the parents get kicked out of the hotel for skinny dipping. Examples include: Lisa's shirt is dark green instead of chartreuse. Both are the protagonists of their own shows. Lincoln, more-so in earlier episodes, is often seen as one by Lori, though she really loves him deep down (and sometimes not so deep down). When Luan pranks the family with blue paint, they shout, "Luan!". The Devices and Machinations of Lisa Loud, The Loud House: Calma Y Caos (Calm and Chaotic). Follow/Fav The Loud House: Revamped. Despite their annoyance at Luan's puns, this doesn't stop the others from making their own puns. The vast majority of the episodes are told from Lincoln's perspective, commonly alongside one of his sisters. Luan has also gradually shown more layers as well, including not only an insecure side in regards to her personal life like Luna, but also a compassionate and supportive side toward her younger siblings like Lori. is about contacting his twin sister Linka, the remaining 10% is worth living with ten sisters for. Even the structure of the episode feels different from a standard. In "The Green House", Cristina is shown in Lincoln's class. It was the second Nicktoon to stem from the network's internal shorts program.note You can see the pilot for the series here. Lily's the only one whose color doesn't match with what she usually wears (a single white diaper), but she does often carry a lilac blanket and is seen wearing a purple shirt in "Project Loud House". A large number of Lynn's gags involve her bathroom habits, from forbidding herself (and her entire team) from "going number two until we're number one", to repeated jokes about her desperately needing to go. Crossovers with other shows later on. Self Insert OC story. "Hero Today, Gone Tomorrow" gives us another jealousy example— Lynn is trying to hide her jealousy of Margo, and when Lincoln asks if she's okay, she says she is— even though she is shouting and has an. In "Picture Perfect," while trying to make his sisters look presentable for a sibling photo reshoot, he removes Lisa's glasses and puts them on Leni to make the latter look smarter (than she already is, as he himself says). Ruby from "Stage Plight" also says, "like" a lot. Multi-crossover. Loud House: Power Gamers! In "Snow Way Out", the Loud kids eat three burgers each to try to find a winning ticket, and after their third burger, they all look groggy. In "Cover Girls", after the Loud kids disguise themselves as each other for a video chat with Pop-Pop (, In "Fool Me Twice", the Louds punish Luan for her. The Loud House is an animated series created by Chris Savino that premiered on Nickelodeon on May 2, 2016. According to the official Instagram, all the Loud sisters have the middle name Marie, but in "Driving Miss Hazy" both Lori and Leni had L. as their middle initial on their driver's licenses. Since Aunt Ruth is immune, as she had it once before, Lincoln, Clyde, and Lily are all sent to her house to recover, though in Lily's case, she enjoys it. Lisa's double: ends her physics symposium by saying cats go "meow". The guilty party is Lucy, but Lincoln decides to take the blame for it so she doesn't become a laughingstock; this results in the sisters un-grounded while he. In "Baby Steps", Clyde overhears his dads talking about adopting another cat (Nepurrtiti) and thinks that they're adopting a baby. While some of them could be seen as this with each other (the quiet, poetic Lars versus the athletic, brutish Boy Lynn, or obviously the gruff, dirt loving Leif and the bratty pink-wearing Lexx), they're really all the same gross ruffian at the end of the day, making them all manly men (or boys?) Harem later on. By extension, all of the members of "The Mortician's Club" are this, being into the same things as Lucy and Haiku and having similar appearances. Now, she's a. Lola has loved to give things makeovers since she was one ("It's Just a Phase"). In a similar manner, many of the other siblings are also given shortened nicknames by each other. Downplayed for Lynn, who's older than Lincoln, Lucy, the twins, Lisa, and Lily. Lucy is a goth; she wears black, likes the occult, and writes dark poetry. Even a show about a family of 10 girls and 1 brother can warm our heart with a few moments every couple of … This is an online encyclopedia for The Loud House and its spinoff series The Casagrandes that anyone is free to edit. In "One of the Boys", Lincoln dreams that he has ten brothers who are based on his sisters. The Loud parents also have their episodes, such as "Rita Her Rights" for Rita, "Breaking Dad" for Lynn Sr., and "Suite and Sour" for both. Last updated in April 2019, with the author apparently having moved on to the greener pastures of other fic, and now seemingly Dead. Since then, not only she taken on an ever-so-slightly broader emotional range, but her voice has reverted back to a higher and girlier sound. However, in multiple episodes after this, he reads comics while dressed with no problem. and her older siblings think she meant "dammit" (aka the "D-word"), and think that she is copying them because all of them (except Lucy and Luan) once said the D-word in front of her. is fake in "ARGGH! Carlitos Casagrande's defining character trait is that he is often seen mimicking the movements of the other members of his family. Lincoln tends to say "But in a family as big as mine..." when talking to the audience. Based on Savino's own childhood of growing up in a large family, has her heart in the right place at the end of the day. Though the creator implied that it wasn't always that way. In "Two Boys and a Baby", Lincoln and Clyde look after Lily while the rest are at Aunt Ruth's. Luna is your typical metalhead, albeit a rare female example. All of the eventual events of "Butterfly Effect" turned out to be one big. Fanfiction that combines elements, characters, etc. In "Mall of Duty", the twins do a potty dance when they (along with Lucy and Lisa) need to pee. Lynn Jr.'s double: ends a 300 winning streak by wimpishly batting at a tetherball. Get ready evil, Justice has many brand new faces. In "The Spies Who Loved Me", Aunt Frida passes out because she's worried about Ronnie Anne. She's in fact gradually veering out of her default. Mrs. Now, she's a super-competitive athlete. Found in 1 articles, excluding discussions.. All of Lincoln's sisters cry in "The Green House", when Lincoln convinces them to lower their energy use, by using a poster of an adorable polar bear to arouse their sympathies. But Luna is an energetic, aspiring rockstar, while Lucy is, Between the girliest sisters, hot-headed Lola is the red to. She also likes to rescue animals. Lisa invented "kelp leather" which is tasteless but provides the right nutrients. Lana also qualifies owing to her naive and cheerful disposition in addition to her. Recommended by Second_Banana, Unicorndance. In an effort to be more energy-efficient, Lincolnrallies his family to refrain from using so much electricity. In "No Guts, No Glori", Lori babysits her younger siblings. By: Jamesdean5842. In the beginning of "Shop Girl", Leni is wearing a messed-up dress that exposes a part of her underwear. Permissions beyond the scope of this license may be available from email@example.com. Ronnie Anne was shown to be quite a nurturing caretaker for her and Lincoln's egg (not to mention Bobby and Maria) in "Shell Shock" while Lynn struggled with babysitting in "Sitting Bull" because she was too aggressive and destructive. Lincoln has also rescued animals and he likes to play with all the pets. Not to be confused with the Carrier Dome (affectionately nicknamed the Loud House due to how loud it can be inside), a domed stadium at Syracuse University in New York that hosts the school's football, basketball, and lacrosse teams. Feel free to add a fanfic of your own to the list, but remember to use the template found here. Up until "11 Louds a Leapin'", Mr. and Mrs. ending up comatose after hitting her head against a tree while playing on a mudslide, including breaking up with Ronnie Anne when he learns from Luna about her pregnancy. And despite all of the headaches, he wouldn't have it any other way. Comment: Very cute story, very little errors, but a little bit more tell than show in some places. All spoilers are unmarked. In fact, she apparently has to restrain herself from adopting all the pets from the pet store. "Snow Way Out" in which he shames Lana for selfishly putting winning a contest over her siblings' health and safety. Both sisters are interested in pantomine and the performance arts (Luan in comedy and Lucy in poetry), and both having inanimate objects they like to talk to (Mr Coconuts and Edwin, respectively). She also owns and plays with several toys of the novelty variety, most notably her. Luna, Lynn, and Lana are the brawn; Luna because she's expressive when rocking out, and Lynn and Lana because they roughhouse. In "Crimes of Fashion", when Lincoln is considering giving up playing superhero and discards his. Even though they've never interacted on-screen, the two rough and tough tomboys Lynn and Ronnie Anne fit this trope. Walt nearly always has an angry expression. This can be shown by how she willingly often hangs around with her more feminine twin sister, Lola. But to their surprise, some of these creatures may be the key to their survival. "Alright gang were here and we got the whole summer to hang out." In "Cover Girls", Lincoln has to dress as Lily. There's also a gas station called Flip's Food and Fuel and two restaurants called Gus' Games and Grub and Burpin' Burger. It really shows how much they care for each other, as well as making it interesting by making Leni choose to be, Recommended by Amazing Cartoon Hero, PDL and, Recommended by EnigmusPrime, patriciovalencia117. Justified, as she's just a baby. Lisa also plays blue oni to her more socially outgoing friend, Darcy. He has one in "Chore and Peace" when he finds out Lori is back again with Bobby. has the theme tune played on pipe organ and theremin for Halloween. When I move to Michigan and Meet the Loud Kids, The Entirety of the Universe will change forever. The bonding between Leni and Lori is the best part of this story. She can be happy on several occasions, though. Lola tends to be manipulative and blackmailing, while Lana tends to be messy towards their older siblings. She's a goth girl, after all. In "Room With a Feud", Lily copies Lori's "literally" tic. Luan likes yellow clothes— her skirt and scrunchie are both yellow, as are her pyjamas and swimsuit. Clyde has a huge crush on Lori. Lola's spoiled and bratty personality has also gradually been toned down, and while she does still have her moments where she thinks mainly of herself and getting her way, she also has more moments of showing a more empathetic side. Lincoln, who can fart on cue, as seen in "A Tale of Two Tables," "Space Invader," and "Roughin' It". Lucy, being a goth, tends to dress in black, white, and grey. For character who have retained their voice actors: Lynn's voice has been the most inconsistent, and has been all over the place, ranging from sounding like. In "Slice of Life", all the kids except Lana (who chants, "Pizza, pizza, pizza"), shout "PIZZA!" When we first see the family at dinner, there were two sets of tables, the adult or "grown-up" table for the five eldest sisters and parents, and the kids or "kiddie" table for the five youngest sisters and Lincoln. Lily is literally this, as she is the only baby in the Loud family. Some episode titles are puns, such as "Undie Pressure". Lana, Bitey, and Clyde are all afraid of heights. "Raw Deal": Lincoln misses out on all the fun at Grand Venture State Park, since he panicked over Lucy's prediction that the day will be tragic and ends up making it come true himself. Lisa squints without dancing, and Lucy remains her usual, stoic self. Lola has a. In "The Old and the Restless", Sue tries to invoke this by telling the residents of the old folks' home to eat plain food because it's easier to digest. In "The Boss Maybe", he and Clyde watch another horror film said to be the scariest movie of all time. Luan. or "But seriously..." (the latter when she's actually being serious), Licoln is perhaps the only one who has really experienced more of a. Luna has gradually shown more signs of having a hidden insecure side when it comes to both her personal life, and as far as the future of her aspirations of being a rock star. In one of the podcasts, it's revealed that on Lori and Bobby's first date, Bobby thought Lori was bleeding but it was just salsa. Both are 11 year old pre-teens who can. Lincoln is usually the show's voice of reason. Lola's voice, conversely, has gradually gotten higher, squeakier, and more girly-sounding. Refrain from posting Conversation in the Main Page though; that goes in the discussion page. He realizes that he can stop the nosebleeds if he doesn't see, hear, or smell Lori. to Lincoln's. By the fifth season, the series' Floating Timeline has broken and the Louds have all aged by one year. This fanfic contains examples of: Tropes A to C; Tropes D to H; Tropes I to P; Tropes Q to Z UsefulNotes/The Millennium Age of Animation. Lisa started doing experiments when she was one ("It's Just a Phase"). The Arabic dub of the show makes one of Clyde's. However, she can also be very happy, albeit more often than Lucy. Lincoln and the rest of his male classmates have a crush on his teacher, Ms. DiMartino. In "Potty Mouth", Lily keeps saying, "Dannit" which is thought to be a mispronunciation of "Dammit". Flip the huckster once tries to trick the ten older Loud kids out of their garage sale money by claiming that a certain cloth is good at cleaning bird poop. note . In the episode "Stall Monitor", Lincoln is stalling so his parents will be late for the parent-teacher conference. and Lucy get infected by Lily's snot bubble. Geo the hamster can follow instructions as seen in "No Guts, No Glori" despite Lori berating him and the other pets as not being able to understand anything beyond "sit". With each Kaiju they bound with, the Loud's will soon discover their destinies and together, they will become the earth's only hope from a dangerous new threat. Bobby's kindness more than makes up for his stupidity. "Bathroom Break!! Lisa—she's only four and she's already finished school up through getting a PhD. Most of the Louds find the "Princess Pony" comic too saccharine, even Lola who likes ponies and is in her. She has a playful outlook on unsanitary nature. Lana is your average filth-loving tomboy. Luan says she has to pee in "Room with a Feud", which prompts an uncontrollably hysterical response from Leni. However, when he changes his clothes, he's often not wearing orange. Based on Savino's own childhood of growing up in a large family and influenced by his love of Newspaper Comics, the series follows the adventures of Lincoln Loud, the middle child in a family of eleven kids, having five older sisters and five younger ones, living in the suburban town of Royal Woods, Michigan. (Opens with Vanzilla pulling into the driveway of the house, the parents walk out of the van with the sisters following) Lynn Sr.: So kids, how was your time at the campground? Both wear dark clothing and have "edgy" fields of interest. Lana says she has to take a leak in one of the podcasts, and Lola says she needs to tinkle in another. Comments: As expected of Tv Fan 2244, this AU sees the events and lore of the Ben 10 universe seamless integrated with the Loud House characters. The same girl who's confused about which sister is the "dumb one" is also keenly aware the others see her as a brainless airhead. Lincoln has "Linc" or "Linky". One of the kids is seen puking up the egg he swallowed later, to which Lynn remarks that it was a waste of "two perfectly good eggs", implying that the boy's sister likewise threw up her egg off-screen. Lincoln using Lily's dirty diaper to chase Lori out, Though she only wanted it in hopes of a shark attack, Lynn Sr. served cereal for dinner that night because the family didn't like his cabbage and fish sauce casserole the night before, Then, it's revealed that a little boy is using the missing scarves as superhero capes. In this case, it's dark green for Lynn Sr. and coral for Rita. Now, he reads comics in his undies. Lucy has an uncanny ability to do this, often spooking the living daylights of whoever's nearby. In "Lincoln Loud: Girl Guru", a girl threatens a boy who gave her a Dutch oven with an "American wedgie". "One Flu Over the Loud House" has Luan say, "It's snot what you think!" He's also said, "Let's do this" on occasion. However, he does witness the geyser erupting before the family leaves. In "Tricked! The Loud House is an animated series created by Chris Savino that premiered on Nickelodeon on May 2, 2016. after seeing his sisters on a zip-line. Lincoln, in the pilot, has "three P's to go poo and pee": patience, perseverance, and problem-solving. Charles was named for Charles M. Schulz, creator of, Cliff was named for Cliff Sterrett, creator of, Walt was named for Walt Kelly, creator of. Lily also copies Clyde's "two thumbs- this guy!" All of the Loud kids cry in "Pets Peeved" when the pets go missing. While Lincoln is a careless blabbermouth who just cant resist letting insults loose about the angry sisters. Yet some episodes have shown that they have minor differences. The pilot short involves Lincoln trying to make it to the bathroom at the other end of the hallway to pee, but has to tend to his sisters' mischief. In "Mall of Duty", Lola, Lisa, and Lucy adopt a duckling each, but the ducklings are never seen again. Mr. and Mrs. For example, Lincoln likes magic tricks while Clyde doesn't, and the opposite is true in regards to antiques. Lincoln's very appearance is rabbit-like, with his white hair, buck teeth, and large feet. Tropes Media Browse Indexes Forums Videos Ask The Tropers Trope Finder You Know That Show... Trope Launch Pad Tools Cut List New Edits Edit Reasons Launches Images List Crowner Activity Un-typed Pages Recent Page Type Changes Lynn Jr is given the abbreviation "LJ" by the family, too, especially since it helps differentiate her from her dad.