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* OneOfTheGirls: In "Roughin' It", Lincoln realizes that he frequently hangs out with his sisters and worries they're turning him soft, leading him and Clyde to take a boys-only camping trip.

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* PrejudiceAesop: The episode "Lincoln Loud: Girl Guru" has Lincoln trying to give advice about girls only for it to fail miserably, the moral being that girls and women are just as varied as boys and men.


** In general, the level of girliest to most tomboyish between the sisters is considered as this: Lola, Leni, Lori, Lily, Lucy, Luan, Lisa, Luna, Lana, and then Lynn. Ronnie Anne is usually considered to be probably somewhere around Lana or Lynn's level as well.

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** In general, the level of girliest to most tomboyish between the sisters is considered as this: Lola, Leni, Lori, Lily, Lucy, Luan, Lisa, Lana, Luna, Lana, and then Lynn. Ronnie Anne is usually considered to be probably somewhere around Lana Luna or Lynn's level as well.


* AllJustADream: "One of the Boys" turned out to be a nightmare that Lincoln had.

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** All of the eventual events of "Butterfly Effect" turned out to be one big ImagineSpot by Lincoln wondering [[WhatIf what would happen]] if he doesn't tell Lisa the truth.
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"One of the Boys" turned out to be a weird nightmare that Lincoln had.

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* GlassesCuriosity:
** 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).
** In "The Old and the Restless," Lincoln takes a passerby man's glasses and puts them on when the boy thinks he sees Pop Pop about to skydive.

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* TheKilljoy:
** The show has the Loud family's grumpy neighbour Mr. Grouse, who often tells the family to stop having fun and goofing around because he finds them too... well, loud.
** While Lori isn't usually an example, she becomes one if she's left in charge, disallowing her siblings to goof around like usual to the point of being nicknamed the "Queen of No".

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* SlippingIntoStink:
** In the episode "Pasture Bedtime", Liam goes rolling down the hill and lands in manure. He doesn't seem to mind, though.
** In "Raw Deal", Lori trips on some oil and lands in garbage, therefore "going on a long [[{{Pun}} trip]]" like [[ProphecyTwist her fortune said]].

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* CharacterDevelopment: Most, if not all of the major characters, have gone through some much-needed development over the course of the series:
** Licoln is perhaps the only one who has really experienced more of a ''de''-evolution, going from being "the man with the plan" to being something of a bland and vanilla protagonist.
** Lori has gone from being the BigSisterBully who would boss her younger siblings around, and play the first-born card to get her way, to being a CoolBigSis who the younger siblings will actually go to for advice and support.
** 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.
** 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.
** Lynn was a typical cartoon JerkJock, who was eventually shown to be a more sympathetic character, attributed mostly to the BackStory she received of being bullied when she started middle school, and that taking on her tough and aggressive personality was her way of standing up for herself.
** Lucy, while always stoic and morose, has gradually shown she is not so emotionally withdrawn from her family as she seems, and has had a number of moments where she shows she really does care about them.
** 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.
** Clyde's PrecociousCrush on Lori has virtually disappeared altogether, and has eventually shown more interest in girls closer to his own age.

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* AbsentAnimalCompanion:
** In "The Price of Admission", Lana is seen with a monkey and a pig as well as her usual pets (a frog, snake, rat, and lizard). The monkey and pig are never seen again.
** In "Mall of Duty", Lola, Lisa, and Lucy adopt a duckling each, but the ducklings are never seen again.

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* EarlyPersonalitySigns: All of the Loud children have hinted at their personality as babies and young children.
** Lori has always been interested in phones ("Not a Loud"), and has been [[{{Gasshole}} gassy]] and blamed her farts on others since she was one (The comic "It's Just a Phase").
** Leni has been [[TheFashionista experimenting with fashion]] since she was one ("It's Just a Phase").
** Luna had a loud cry as a baby ("It's Just a Phase") and now sings loudly. Also, as seen in "Not a Loud", she was always interested in music in general despite not becoming a rocker until later.
** Luan gave people a PieInTheFace since she was one ("It's Just a Phase") and has been experimenting with stand-up comedy since she was eight ("Head Poet's Anxiety").
** Lynn was "too competitive" at age one ("It's Just a Phase") and tried to lift weights as a baby ("Not a Loud"). Now, she's a super-competitive athlete.
** Lincoln used to take off his pants a lot at age one ("It's Just a Phase"). Now, he reads comics in his undies.
** Lucy used to stare at people in a creepy way and didn't cry much as a baby ("The Crying Dame") and buried the family's dead hamster at age one ("It's Just a Phase"). Now, she's a {{Goth}} who [[TheStoic barely expresses emotion]].
** Lana has been shown to [[FilthyFun love mud]] as a toddler ("It's Just a Phase" and "Deal Me Out") and when she was a baby, she cried until they got to keep their cat, dog, and canary (the vlog and "Head Poet's Anxiety"), hinting at her AnimalLover personality.
** Lola has loved to give things makeovers since she was one ("It's Just a Phase").
** Lisa started doing experiments when she was one ("It's Just a Phase").


A SpinOff series, ''WesternAnimation/TheCasagrandes'' premiered October 14, 2019. Starring the character Ronnie Anne after she moved away from the suburbs, the series follows her adventures in Great Lakes City with her extended family and new friends. Prior to the premiere of ''The Casagrandes'', its cast of characters appeared in scattered episodes of seasons two and three of its home series, in addition to a nine-episode long "[[PoorlyDisguisedPilot ...with the Casagrandes]]" MiniSeries that served as ''The Loud House'' season four premiere. A movie based on ''The Loud House'' is also in development for Creator/{{Netflix}}, slated for 2021.

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A SpinOff series, ''WesternAnimation/TheCasagrandes'' premiered October 14, 2019. Starring the character Ronnie Anne after she moved away from the suburbs, the series follows her adventures in Great Lakes City with her extended family and new friends. Prior to the premiere of ''The Casagrandes'', its cast of characters appeared in scattered episodes of seasons two and three of its home series, in addition to a nine-episode long "[[PoorlyDisguisedPilot ...with the Casagrandes]]" MiniSeries that served as ''The Loud House'' season four premiere. A movie based on ''The Loud House'' is also in development for Creator/{{Netflix}}, slated for 2021.
2021. A [[https://www.hollywoodreporter.com/live-feed/spongebob-prequel-live-action-loud-house-movie-set-at-nickelodeon-1279863 live-action made-for-TV Christmas movie]] is also in development.

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* EmbarrassingPyjamas: In "Missed Connection", Carl is embarrassed by his mother entering a video chat with his train pyjamas.


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** In "Brawl in the Family", Lana eats paper.


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** In "The Whole Picture", Lincoln passes out upon finding out the camera is empty and so does Clyde upon seeing Lori.
** In "The Spies Who Loved Me", Aunt Frida passes out because she's worried about Ronnie Anne.

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* TooUnhappyToBeHungry:
** In the episode "The Crying Dame", Lily is very sad because she misses her favourite toy, so when her big sister Leni tries to feed her, she just pushes the food away.
** Played with in "[[Recap/TheLoudHouseS3E18HouseOfLiesGameBoys House of Lies]]". Lisa installs lie-detecting cameras around the house to try to reduce the family's habit of lying to each other. When everyone finds out the truth about each other, Lynn Jr. leaves the table with her bowl of cereal[[note]]Lynn Sr. served cereal for dinner that night because the family didn't like his cabbage and fish sauce casserole the night before[[/note]], claiming she lost her appetite. One of the cameras tells Lynn Jr. she's lying and that she still has her appetite.


* AbsenteeActor: With the main cast consisting of "one boy and ten girls", this is bound to happen with some sisters (or all of them) absent in some episodes. Lincoln has also been absent in some Season 3 episodes, namely "Net Gains", "Fandom Pains", "Missed Connection”, “The Write Stuff”, the entire Casagrandes story arc, “Leaders Of The Rack”, “Can’t Hardly Wait”, Good Sports” and “Geriantics”.

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* AbsenteeActor: With the main cast consisting of "one boy and ten girls", this is bound to happen with some sisters (or all of them) absent in some episodes. Lincoln has also been absent in some Season 3 episodes, namely "Net Gains", "Fandom Pains", "Missed Connection”, “The Write Stuff”, the entire Casagrandes story arc, “Leaders Of The Rack”, “Can’t Hardly Wait”, Good Sports” Sports”, “Geriantics” and “Geriantics”.“Singled Out”.


** Clyde's PrecociousCrush on Lori was a RunningGag of his character throughout Season 1 and 2. It was quietly dropped in Season 3, and Clyde has since seen himself falling in love with girls closer to his age, such as in ''Be Stella My Heart'' (Stella) and ''Brave the Last Dance'' (Emma).



** In "Lincoln Loud: Girl Guru", Lincoln and his best friend Clyde say, "How hard could it be?" several times before realising that [[TemptingFate it can actually be pretty hard]].

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** In "Lincoln Loud: Girl Guru", Lincoln and his best friend Clyde say, "How hard could it be?" several times before realising realizing that [[TemptingFate it can actually be pretty hard]].

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