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* BaitAndSwitch: In Chapter 14, Lana sees Lincoln leaving in the middle of the night due to his mistreatment, which sets up the reader to believe that Lincoln is running away like in the many fanfics such as ''Fanfic/WhatIsAPersonWorth''. It turns out that it was just a nightmare and Lincoln doesn't run away from home.
** In Chapter 24, Luna is at the mall and sees a drawing tablet that she wants to get Lincoln, but it costs the same amount as the tickets for a concert that she and Sam want to go to. The scene ends with "She was probably going to regret this later", implying that she will end up getting the ticket instead of the tablet. In the following chapter, it's revealed that she ''did'' get the tablet and she ended up skipping out on the concert.


** In Chapter 25, Lori looks over the plans of the Sister Fight Protocol and sees that it's very outdated; it was created with only the five older sisters in mind when Lucy was the baby and before Lincoln started using the linen closet as a bedroom, and while it was good to use as a place to cool down back then, it's no longer viable since Lincoln is now occupying it. Additionally, the bathroom and kitchen are no longer usable since Lori realizes that everyone in the house needs to have access to those areas. All of these issues requires Lori to rework the protocol so that it benefits everyone, and 'includes' everyone, as she realises while the protocol was initially meant to keep their toddler brother out of their problems, Lincoln is nearly a teenager now and as recently proven is just as likely to get into a fight with his family as the rest of them. She does consider abolishing it entirely, but rejects that option, as there still needs to be 'some' sort of plan in place for when they fight

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** In Chapter 25, Lori looks over the plans of the Sister Fight Protocol and sees that it's very outdated; it was created with only the five older sisters in mind when Lucy was the baby and before Lincoln started using the linen closet as a bedroom, and while it was good to use as a place to cool down back then, it's no longer viable since Lincoln is now occupying it. Additionally, the bathroom and kitchen are no longer usable since Lori realizes that everyone in the house needs to have access to those areas. All of these issues requires Lori to rework the protocol so that it benefits everyone, and 'includes' ''includes'' everyone, as she realises realizes while the protocol was initially meant to keep their toddler brother out of their problems, Lincoln is nearly a teenager now and and, as recently proven proven, is just as likely to get into a fight with his family as the rest of them. She does consider abolishing it entirely, but rejects that option, as there still needs to be 'some' ''some'' sort of plan in place for when they fight


** In Chapter 25, Lori looks over the plans of the Sister Fight Protocol and sees that it's very outdated; it was created with only the five older sisters in mind when Lucy was the baby and before Lincoln started using the linen closet as a bedroom, and while it was good to use as a place to cool down back then, it's no longer viable since Lincoln is now occupying it. Additionally, the bathroom and kitchen are no longer usable since Lori realizes that everyone in the house needs to have access to those areas. All of these issues requires Lori to rework the protocol so that it benefits everyone.

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** In Chapter 25, Lori looks over the plans of the Sister Fight Protocol and sees that it's very outdated; it was created with only the five older sisters in mind when Lucy was the baby and before Lincoln started using the linen closet as a bedroom, and while it was good to use as a place to cool down back then, it's no longer viable since Lincoln is now occupying it. Additionally, the bathroom and kitchen are no longer usable since Lori realizes that everyone in the house needs to have access to those areas. All of these issues requires Lori to rework the protocol so that it benefits everyone.everyone, and 'includes' everyone, as she realises while the protocol was initially meant to keep their toddler brother out of their problems, Lincoln is nearly a teenager now and as recently proven is just as likely to get into a fight with his family as the rest of them. She does consider abolishing it entirely, but rejects that option, as there still needs to be 'some' sort of plan in place for when they fight


** In Chapter 25, Lori looks over the plans of the Sister Fight Protocol and sees that it's very outdated; it was created with only the five older sisters in mind when Lucy was the baby and before Lincoln started using the linen closet as a bedroom, and while it was good to use as a place to cool down back then, it's no longer viable since Lincoln is now occupying it. Additionally, the bathroom and kitchen are no longer usable since Lori realizes that everyone in the house needs to have access to it. All of these issues requires Lori to rework the protocol so that it benefits everyone.

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** In Chapter 25, Lori looks over the plans of the Sister Fight Protocol and sees that it's very outdated; it was created with only the five older sisters in mind when Lucy was the baby and before Lincoln started using the linen closet as a bedroom, and while it was good to use as a place to cool down back then, it's no longer viable since Lincoln is now occupying it. Additionally, the bathroom and kitchen are no longer usable since Lori realizes that everyone in the house needs to have access to it.those areas. All of these issues requires Lori to rework the protocol so that it benefits everyone.


** In Chapter 25, Lori looks over the plans of the Sister Fight Protocol and sees that it's very outdated; it was created before Lincoln began using the closet as a bedroom, and while it was good to use as a place to cool down back then, it's no longer viable since Lincoln is now occupying it. Additionally, the bathroom and kitchen are no longer usable since Lori realizes that everyone in the house needs to have access to it. All of these issues requires Lori to rework the protocol so that it benefits everyone.
** In the same chapter, Luna is revealed to have bought the drawing tablet for Lincoln, but she realizes that he might think that she's trying to kiss up to her to get him to forgive him and might reject it due to how great the gift is. Luna resolves to carefully plan out how to present the gift to Lincoln so he doesn't assume that she is grandstanding him.

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** In Chapter 25, Lori looks over the plans of the Sister Fight Protocol and sees that it's very outdated; it was created with only the five older sisters in mind when Lucy was the baby and before Lincoln began started using the linen closet as a bedroom, and while it was good to use as a place to cool down back then, it's no longer viable since Lincoln is now occupying it. Additionally, the bathroom and kitchen are no longer usable since Lori realizes that everyone in the house needs to have access to it. All of these issues requires Lori to rework the protocol so that it benefits everyone.
** In the same chapter, Luna is revealed to have bought the drawing tablet for Lincoln, but she realizes that he might think that she's trying to kiss up to her to get him and try to forgive him buy his forgiveness and might reject it due to how great the gift is. Luna resolves to carefully plan out how to present the gift to Lincoln so he doesn't assume that she is grandstanding him.


* RealityEnsues: The events of several episodes are {{Deconstructed|Trope}} in this story. Lincoln is shown to be pissed off about being blamed for things that weren’t his fault (the grocery store incident in “Cereal Offender”), being told to stay out of his sisters' affairs when all he is trying to do is help them (the Sister Fight Protocol in “Brawl in the Family”), and getting treated like a butt-monkey throughout the series, and he begins to hate his family (especially his sisters) for being put through all of this. Getting mistreated and labeled as a scapegoat is bound to have this sort of effect on a person.

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* RealityEnsues: The events of several episodes are {{Deconstructed|Trope}} {{Deconstructed|Trope}}. There is no ResetButton, unlike in this story. canon where Lincoln is shown not being affected by the end of certain episodes; in this story, he is revealed to be pissed off about being blamed for things that weren’t his fault (the grocery store incident in “Cereal Offender”), being told to stay out of his sisters' affairs when all he is trying to do is help them (the Sister Fight Protocol in “Brawl in the Family”), and getting treated like a butt-monkey throughout the series, and he begins to hate his family (especially his sisters) for being put through all of this. Getting mistreated It just goes to show that people won't just forget about bad things that happen to them and labeled as a scapegoat is bound to have this sort of effect on a person.that they will be angry at the people involved.


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** In Chapter 25, Lori looks over the plans of the Sister Fight Protocol and sees that it's very outdated; it was created before Lincoln began using the closet as a bedroom, and while it was good to use as a place to cool down back then, it's no longer viable since Lincoln is now occupying it. Additionally, the bathroom and kitchen are no longer usable since Lori realizes that everyone in the house needs to have access to it. All of these issues requires Lori to rework the protocol so that it benefits everyone.
** In the same chapter, Luna is revealed to have bought the drawing tablet for Lincoln, but she realizes that he might think that she's trying to kiss up to her to get him to forgive him and might reject it due to how great the gift is. Luna resolves to carefully plan out how to present the gift to Lincoln so he doesn't assume that she is grandstanding him.


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** {{Discussed|Trope}} in Chapter 25. Luna is revealed to have gotten the drawing tablet for Lincoln. However, she thinks that, due to how amazing the gift is, he will think that she is trying to get him to forgive him and will reject the apology. She decides to think about how to present the gift to Lincoln so this doesn't happen.


** Why hadn't Lincoln heard of the Sister Fight Protocol? It's not because it's new. It was actually written years ag when Lincoln was just a toddler and Lucy was a baby. It was originally created as a means to sort out conflicts between the five older Loud kids without dragging their baby brother into a fight. They took over his room in the episode because the protocol still listed the linen closet as a place to cool down as it had been written before it had been converted into his room.

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** Why hadn't Lincoln heard of the Sister Fight Protocol? It's not because it's new. It was actually written years ag ago when Lincoln was just a toddler and Lucy was a baby. It was originally created as a means to sort out conflicts between the five older Loud kids without dragging their baby brother into a fight. They took over his room in the episode because the protocol still listed the linen closet as a place to cool down as it had been written before it had been converted into his room.


** Why hadn't Lincoln heard of the Sister Fight Protocol? It's not because it's new. It was actually written years ag when Lincoln was just a toddler and Lucy was a baby. It was originally created as a means to sort out conflicts between the five older Loud kids without dragging their baby brother into a fight. They took over his room in the episode because the protocol still listed the linen closet as a place to cool down as it had been written before it had been converted into his room.



** Lori realizes during Lincoln's rant that the Sister Fight Protocol has gaping holes in it. They told Lincoln nothing about it yet expected him to follow it. They told him to stay out of it, yet kicked him out of his room, and she realizes how tactless and hurtful it might seem to Lincoln when he returned and they told him they stopped fighting when he left.

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** Lori realizes during Lincoln's rant that the Sister Fight Protocol has gaping holes in it. They told Lincoln nothing about it yet expected him to follow it. They told him to stay out of it, yet kicked him out of his room, and she realizes how tactless and hurtful it might seem to Lincoln when he returned and they told him they stopped fighting when he left. Later on it actually turns out to be a case of 'didn't think far enough ahead' as the problem with the protocol was that it was created back when Lincoln was a toddler and many of the aspects of it that made sense when it was just his five older sisters who didn't want to drag their little brother in a conflict and the linen closet wasn't his room no longer work.


** Chapter 17 has Lola yelling out "Bullshit", causing her to receive a SoapPunishment.

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** Chapter 17 18 has Lola yelling out "Bullshit", causing her to receive a SoapPunishment.


** Chapter 17 reveals Lola saying "Bullshit" causing her to receive a SoapPunishment.

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** Chapter 17 reveals has Lola saying "Bullshit" yelling out "Bullshit", causing her to receive a SoapPunishment.

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* AdaptationalIntelligence: Unlike most of the NSL fics, most the Louds here ''knew'' Lincoln lied. However this lead them to...
* AdaptationalJerkass: Lincoln's excessive punishment is mostly out of spite.


* MundaneLuxury: After 21 chapter, in chapter 22 Lincoln [[spoiler: finding that he had a bed again]] moves him so much he decides to listen to Lisa...after [[spoiler: just enjoying the feeling of lying down on a mattress again.]]

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* MundaneLuxury: After 21 chapter, in chapter 22 In Chapter 22, Lincoln [[spoiler: finding that he had has a bed again]] moves him so much he decides to listen to Lisa...Lisa... after [[spoiler: just enjoying the feeling of lying down on a mattress again.]]



** Mr. Dawkins the art teacher sees Lincoln lazing about not doing any work in his class. Rather than get angry and punishing the boy, he worries for him, as Lincoln is his best student and art is his favorite class. Realizing the boy is depressed he sends an email to the principal hoping that Huggins will help the boy out of his funk.

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** Mr. Dawkins the art teacher sees Lincoln lazing about not doing any work in his class. Rather than get angry and punishing punish the boy, he worries for him, as Lincoln is his best student and art is his favorite class. Realizing the boy is depressed depressed, he sends an email to the principal principal, hoping that Huggins will help the boy out of his funk.

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* MundaneLuxury: After 21 chapter, in chapter 22 Lincoln [[spoiler: finding that he had a bed again]] moves him so much he decides to listen to Lisa...after [[spoiler: just enjoying the feeling of lying down on a mattress again.]]


* HiddenDepths: Lincoln's "Loud talent" is strongly hinted to be art. He enjoys art class and, whether he realizes it or not, those who see his work (even the sad drawings) agree that they are ''very'' well drawn.

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* HiddenDepths: Lincoln's "Loud talent" is strongly hinted to be art. He enjoys art class class. Spends as much free time in school as he can in the art room doing his work early because he enjoys it that much and, whether he realizes it or not, those who see his work (even the sad drawings) agree that they are ''very'' well drawn.drawn. Mr. Dawkins his art teacher even privately refers to him as his star student leagues above every other kid in school.

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** Mr. Dawkins the art teacher sees Lincoln lazing about not doing any work in his class. Rather than get angry and punishing the boy, he worries for him, as Lincoln is his best student and art is his favorite class. Realizing the boy is depressed he sends an email to the principal hoping that Huggins will help the boy out of his funk.

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