The Loud Family (The Siblings | Lincoln | Lori | Luan) |The Casagrandes| Other Kids | Other Adults
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The Loud Siblings
Rita voiced by: Jill Talley (English), Cecilia Gómez (Latin America), Katia Follesa (Italian, "No Guts, No Glori" - "It's a Loud, Loud, Loud, Loud House"), Lucia Valenti (Italian, "Two Boys and a Baby" onwards)
The parents of Lincoln and his sisters.
- Absurd Phobia: Mr. Loud has an irrational fear of Halloween.
- Abusive Parents: At times they can come off an exceptionally negligent and abusive toward their children. Averted usually, though.
- In "No Such Luck", they ban Lincoln from the house and force him to spend the entire night sleeping outside in the rain.
- In "April Fools Rules", they lock Luan in a crate for the rest of the day. Granted, Luan did deserve punishment for her actions, but she didn't deserve one that cruel and extreme, as staying in that crate for the rest of the day would have caused her to starve and sleep uncomfortably.
- In one episode, they mention chaining Lola in the basement.
- At the end of "Fool Me Twice", they pull a very mean prank on Luan by threatening to move away from Royal Woods and leave her behind, only to reveal this itself as a prank moments later and prompt her to chase after the moving truck that contains nothing but her stuff. Had they actually proceeded, this could very well be considered child neglect; however, this action wasn't unjustified, as Luan had been performing absolutely sociopathic and violent pranks every April Fools Day.
- Ace Pilot: Rita is shown to be an expert pilot in "Tripped!" and "The Write Stuff".
- Adorkable: Mr. Loud, like most cartoon dads, has a childish and quirky personality that makes him charming.
- Adults Are Useless: Both parents do have rules, but usually are too oblivious and absent-minded to notice when they are being broken.
- Alliterative Name: Like his children, Lynn Sr.'s first and last name both start with "L".
- Amazingly Embarrassing Parents: Lori occasionally views them as such, which isn't uncommon for girls her age.
- Ambiguously Bi: In "Study Muffin", Mr. Loud joins the sisters in on stalking Hugh, although it's Played for Laughs. Since he's a bit of a Cloudcuckoolander and Bumbling Dad, it can be inferred that this was just him acting on bicurious impulse.
- Ascended Extra: In season one, their faces were completely obscured, and were there mostly to show that the Loud siblings did in fact have parents that watched over them, and were only central to the plot in "Hose Music" and "A Novel Idea." Season two onwards they play a much greater role in the show, and have even had a few episodes where they are the central focus, with their kids only being in a supportive role.
- Big Ol' Eyebrows: Lynn Sr. sports these.
- Bumbling Dad: Downplayed with Mr. Loud. While shown to be a bit childish at times, so far he's never really been shown to be downright stupid.
- Carpet of Virility: As seen in "Health Kicked", Lynn Sr. has a staggering amount of body hair, and is virile enough to have sired 11 kids.
- Cloudcuckoolander: While he's capable of acting like an adult, Lynn Sr. tends to behave like a manchild with quirky interests, a timid demeanor, and irrational fears.
- Cool Teacher: Rita is shown to be this in "The Write Stuff" when she's in charge of the school writing club. She actively encourages her students to express their creativity, as opposed to Principal Huggins' teaching method, which is just them learning grammar and how to hold a pencil properly.
- A Day in the Limelight: Lynn Sr. had a big role in "House Music", while Rita had one of her own in "A Novel Idea". "Health Kicked" focuses entirely on them. "Pipe Dreams" centers on Lynn Sr. and Rita as they convert their walk-in closet into their own secret bathroom. "Anti-Social," although the entire family is seen, the episode revolves around Lynn Sr. becoming addicted to the social media, and the family's attempt to wean him off it. "Rita her Rights" has Rita committing a number of small crimes and willingly performing forced community service as an excuse to get some alone time away from her rambunctious family. "Breaking Dad," the only Loud sibling to appear onscreen is Lily, as the episode revolves around Lynn Sr. wanting to win her back from Mr. Grouse. "Home of the Fave" is yet another episode that centers around Lynn Sr., in which he tries to give his kids equal attention after Lola suspects that he's playing favorites due to witnessing his pun-filled trip with Luan at the grocery store. "The Write Stuff" focuses on Rita being in charge of the school writing club.
- The Dentist Episode: In one of the podcasts, Rita gives Lynn Sr. a dental appointment.
- Depending on the Writer: Whether they are good parents to the Loud children or... um... not, can vary by episode. Deep down they love and care for all 11 of their children and try their best to support them, but sometimes they can be too oblivious to know when trouble is being caused or not always around to support the kids. Even worse though is that their parenting methods can dip into abusive territory, like when they locked Lincoln out of the house for the entire night in "No Such Luck" and locked Luan in a crate as punishment in "April Fools Rules".
- Didn't Think This Through: While Lynn Sr.'s plan in "It's A Loud, Loud, Loud, Loud House" was admittedly quite clever, he didn't anticipate just how much of a mess the kids would make before finally learning to work together, as Rita lampshaded.
- Early Installment Weirdness: Their full faces were never shown in all of season one, which often limited the extent of their interactions with the kids. Since their full reveal, this no longer is a limitation to any of the scenes they share with their kids, and are now more often directly involved in their usual antics.
- Exhausted Eye Bags: Both have these. Having 11 children, it only makes sense, although seeing as they don't act tired, it could be because they have the same genetic trait that gave Lincoln eye bags.
- The Faceless: Their faces are never seen throughout Season 1, although Mr. Loud's eyes are seen thrice: once via the rearview mirror in one of Lincoln's flashbacks in "The Sweet Spot"; in "The Loudest Yard", with the rest of his face hidden by his mask, and in "April Fool's Rules", with the rest of him covered up in bubble wrap.
- His full figure can be seen (in silhouette) at the end of "It's a Loud, Loud, Loud, Loud House".
- As of "Cereal Offender", the full face of Mrs. Loud can be seen. Albeit in an Imagine Spot/flashback with a mud mask on and her eyes are covered by cucumbers.
- As of the climax of "11 Louds a Leapin'", their faces finally stop being covered.
- Though we don't see their faces in "Brawl in the Family". Chris Savino noted after the premiere for "11 Louds a Leapin'" that there would likely be an episode or two afterwards where their faces were still blocked.
- Good Parents: Most of the time anyway. Mr. and Mrs. Loud love all their kids and will praise them when they do something good, but will firmly punish them when they need it. However, they do have moments where they come off more as bad or even borderline abusive, like in "No Such Luck".
- Gosh Dang Itto Heck!: Lynn has a habit of using the term "ding-dang" to describe things that upset him. Culminating in the phrase "Ding-dang Darn it" when truly frustrated. "Home of the Fave" shows that it was a habit he had even as a child.
- Hair of Gold, Heart of Gold: Rita has blonde hair and is a loving mother.
- Happily Married: Rita and Lynn Sr. are happy together and rarely get into disputes; even if they do, they usually make up.
- Hartman Hips:
- Mrs. Loud has these, being wider than her head, despite the relative abstraction of the artstyle—though considering that she gave birth to eleven kids, this is probably a given.
- In "L is For Love" It's shown that even when she was younger she still had some pretty large hips, though not as large as her hips now.
- Hypocritical Humor: In "A Tale of Two Tables", Lynn Sr. and Rita reserve a grown-ups dinner table for themselves and the teenage sisters, while limiting Lincoln to the Dreaded Kids' Table along with his younger siblings. The irony here is that they themselves are not above childish behavior, plus Luan and Leni are characteristically immature as Lisa and Lucy aren't.
- Idiot Ball: The Loud parents can sometimes be inattentive to their children's misbehaviors, thus not giving them the punishment they deserve. Or sometimes, they are aware, but don't punish them for some reason. In "April Fool's Rules", Luan goes on an insanity spree and threatens the entire family with borderline deadly pranks, but do Rita and Lynn Sr. discipline her for it? No sir-ee! Well, at least until "Fool Me Twice", however.
- Illness Blanket: In "One Flu Over the Loud House", Rita's the only sick Loud to be wrapped in a blanket.
- Ink-Suit Actor: Lynn Sr. seems to be modeled after his voice actor, specifically the bald portion on his head whom he shares with.
- In Touch with His Feminine Side: Lynn Sr. regularly does the cooking for his family, which is traditionally considered a feminine chore. In addition, he openly cries over his plans foiling.
- Jerkass Ball: They very much pick this up whenever they dip into the Abusive Parents territory, with "No Such Luck" being the most prominent example.
- Like Father, Unlike Son: Lincoln admitted that he and his father don't really share many interests outside "Legends of The Hidden Temple".
- Like Parent, Like Child: Several of the kids' traits clearly come from either of them, but it's mostly their father.
- Lori has her father's cooking skills.
- Leni inherited his fear of spiders.
- Luna has his love of music, especially his idolization of Mick Swagger (and a fascination with British culture).
- Luan has the same cheesy sense of humor.
- Lynn Jr. has his love of sports, if him weeping over not getting the sports channel is anything to judge
- Lincoln shares Lynn Sr.'s cooking skills, overactive imagination in reaction to horror movies, and his adoration for the Nickelodeon show "Legends of The Hidden Temple". Also, despite them both being the only two men in the house, they both often tend to bring out their more feminine sides, although Lincoln does this a lot more than Lynn Sr.
- On the mother's side, Leni inherited her extraordinary craftsmanship skills.
- As shown in "Listen Out Loud", Rita also has a thing for telling jokes like Luan.
- Lucy has an interest in literature like her mother. Rita even mentions that she used to have a crush on a cute lumberjack from a romance novel, similar to Lucy's crush on Edwin.
- Lana is a good handy-woman, which she got from Rita.
- Limited Wardrobe: Like the kids, they always wear the same outfits.
- Lovable Coward: Lynn Sr. is a nice man and a bit timid.
- Manchild: Mr. Loud at times; he likes cat videos and jigsaw puzzles. He's also fond of puns and has a propensity for breaking down in tears if his plans start unraveling.
- Masculine Girl, Feminine Boy: It's downplayed for both of them, but it's shown—Lynn Sr. is a fan of Dream Boat and seems to do most of the cooking in the house (even wearing an pink apron when doing so), while Rita is a bit of a craftsman and has her own tool shed.
- Nice Guy: Both of them are well-meaning people and supportive of their children.
- Not So Above It All: It's debatable how "above it all" they are, but they do have some moments.
- When Lincoln tricks Mr. Loud to send him back to the kids' table and have a food fight with the younger girls. The older girls ask if they can join in. Mr. Loud is happy to have some peace and quiet. Mrs. Loud comments "Did you say 'peas'?" and flicks some at him with her spoon, both of them chuckling good-heartedly afterwards.
- "Along Came a Sister" shows Dad shares Leni's fear of spiders.
- "Chore and Peace" showed Mom deciding not to intervene with the kids going on chore strike because she wants to know what Lincoln will use to rhyme with "sixteen" and believes the kids might learn something if they handle the problems themselves.
- At the end of "Suite and Sour", even after all the mayhem their children caused at the resort, it's revealed that they are the ones that eventually got the family kicked out, after the manager caught them Skinny Dipping in the pool at night. They decide against telling the kids until they're older.
- At the end of "Party Down", they're not mad that Lori's party eventually turned into a Wild Teen Party despite her claims it would be "sophisicated" because wild parties are what 17-year-olds like Lori should be having, and even happily join in on the festivities.
- They buy into Lynn's claims of Lincoln being a jinx in "No Such Luck", to the point of locking Lincoln out of the house and selling all his furniture.
- Odd Name Out: Rita is the only one in the Loud House whose name doesn't start with the letter "L", not counting the pets. Justified if one remembers that she clearly married into the Loud family and took the surname.
- One-Note Cook: "Fed Up" reveals that while Lynn Sr. is not a bad cook (in fact, he's typically shown to be very talented at cooking), his kids' main issue with his cooking abilities is that he often makes the same seven meals week after week after week.note with little variation. Justified in that he needs to prepare large enough nutritious meals for a family of 13 while on a budget, so he has to do this to save money.
- Pink Girl, Blue Boy: Lynn Sr. wears dark teal, Rita wears salmon pink.
- Pungeon Master: It's very apparent that Luan gets her "pun-chant" for jokes from her dad. It's even jokingly Lampshaded by Lynn Sr. in "Raw Deal" when he's checking the tires' air pressure:Luan: Let me know if you get tire-d, Dad.
Lynn, Sr.: Good one, honey. That's why you're my "air." (heir)
- Punny Name: As we found out in "A Novel Idea", Mrs. Loud's first name is Rita, and she's an aspiring author. Rita Loud? "Read Aloud."
- Pushover Parents: The Loud parents get a full-stop grasp on the Idiot Ball in "April Fool's Rules" by refusing to punish Luan for the psychopathic extents she's going to, despite them being completely in the right to do so.
- Sick Episode: Both got flu like the rest of the family in "One Flu Over the Loud House".
- Skinny Dipping: Both skinny dip in one episode and get in trouble for it.
- Spiders Are Scary: Like Leni, Lynn Sr. has a fear of spiders.
- Supreme Chef: Mr. Loud, who is in charge of the family's meals, and "Home of the Fave" indicates he was already getting into it as a child. In "Fed Up" after the kids waste all the food trying to cook up something different, Mr. Loud is able to improvise a delicious new dish named "Casa De Loud" with what remains.
- In "Job Insecurity", he performed such an impressive job making breakfast sandwiches at the restaurant he worked at, that he was instantly promoted from dishwasher to co-chef and his boss wanted show him off to everyone. They were so good, that Lincoln and his sisters would aggressively fight over his unfinished leftover sandwiches.
- Mr. Loud's cooking also becomes the subject in "A Fridge Too Far", where the Loud siblings fight over the leftovers in the fridge, that they start booby-trapping the fridge and then later, dividing the fridge into designated zones for each Loud sibling. Later, they donate their leftovers to Mr. Loud to serve to a food critic/investor who very much enjoys it.
- That said, there are at least some dishes he's not well-equipped to make, such as his cabbage casserole with fish sauce in "House of Lies" that nobody in the household likes and would sooner throw into the toilet than eat.
- This finally culminates in him getting his own restaurant in Cooked!. His sample menu is enough to make the Loud siblings stuff themselves after just looking at it for a few seconds (Lynn Jr. was eating her food so fast she ate the comment card she was supposed to sign out in the process!). And that was just the sample menu! Lincoln described it as the highlight of preparing for opening day.
- Took a Level in Badass: In "Rita Her Rights", Rita purposely and carelessly commits misdemeanor crimes in order to serve a prison sentence, since she's tired of dealing with her rambunctious family.
- The Unfavorite: "Home of the Fave" reveals Lynn Sr.'s father had a habit of playing favorites and Lynn Sr. was this to his yet-revealed sibling, with at least one occasion where said dad would bail on their cooking time together to be with said sibling. This makes him Freak Out! in the episode proper that he's repeating the same mistake with his own children.
- Unnamed Parent: At first they're only known as the Loud parents, Mr. and Mrs. Loud, Mom and Dad, etc.
- In "Overnight Success", Dad calls Lynn "Lynn Jr.", but since it's technically a unisex name, it's unclear which parent is Lynn Sr. In an Instagram post on Facebook however, it is revealed to be, in fact, Lynn Sr., which Mr. Loud mentions himself in "Study Muffin."
- In "A Novel Idea", the dentist refers to Mrs. Loud as Rita.
- Unwitting Instigator of Doom: In "It's a Loud, Loud, Loud, Loud, House" Mr. Loud tricks the kids into searching for a stash of money in the hopes it will teach them the value of sharing it, giving them his own work bonus; his plan works, but only after the kids have trashed the house to find it.
- Wacky Parent, Serious Child: Both of them can be seen as the Wacky Parents to Lori's Serious Child, since she often find them embarrassing with their overly caring nature.
- Why Did It Have to Be Snakes?: Mr. Loud, like Leni, is terrified of spiders. He's also afraid of dentist appointments and Halloween.
- Women Are Wiser: Rita is clearly the saner half of the marriage, as she's more grounded to reality and less afraid to lay down blunt discipline, while Lynn Sr. is a manchild and a bit too quirky to be taken seriously.
- Youthful Freckles: It's revealed in "L is For Love", that Rita had freckles when she was younger.
Other family members
Rita's dad and the maternal grandfather of Lincoln and his sisters.
- Acrofatic: He's round, but is quite skilled at the activities listed below.
- A Day in the Limelight: "The Old and the Restless" is centered around him and his relationship with Lincoln.
- Badass Grandpa: A grandfather, but he's still kicking asses, for instance curb-stomping a crew of Navy SEALS at paintball.
- Beware the Nice Ones: He's a nice Cool Old Guy, but when he was led to believe that his friend Seymour was having an affair with his new girlfriend, he angrily attacked him and would have seriously hurt him if the kids didn't stop him in time.
- Big Eater: His appetite once closed down a buffet.
- Big Fun: He's a nice, jolly fat guy.
- Cool Old Guy: Despite his age, he's interested and skilled at youthful activities including paint ball, laser tag, mechanical bull riding, skateboarding, and skydiving.
- False Teeth Tomfoolery: During their day together in "The Old and the Restless," Albert loses his false teeth when he and Lincoln are riding bumper cars and collide head on. They end up in Lincoln's hair.
- Fartillery: Pop Pop gets gassy after eating chili.
- Nice Guy: He's very kindhearted to each of his grandchildren.
- Parent with New Paramour: Or in this case grandparent with new paramour. In "Insta-gran," we're introduced to Myrtle, his new girlfriend.
- Retired Badass: "Pop Pop" curb-stomped a crew of trained Navy SEALS in paintball and, going by his anchor tattoo, was a sea-faring soldier himself in his prime.
- Sibling Yin-Yang: While they haven't interacted onscreen yet, he's the exact opposite of his sister, Ruth. Albert is a Cool Old Guy nice with his grandchildren and a Retired Badass who's still very active and sporty. Ruth is rather unpleasant with her grandnieces and grandnephew and a lazy woman who barely gets up from her armchair.
Rita's aunt (her dad's sister) and the siblings' great-aunt. The kids all dread the regular visists at her house.
- Crazy Cat Lady: She has a lot of cats, takes them with her when she goes on vacation and forces her nieces and nephew to watch pictures of them during their visits at her house.
- The Dreaded: All the kids (except Lana and Lily) and Lynn Sr. dread the visits at her house.
- Fat Bitch: She is quite overweight and disrespectful to the Loud children.
- Fat Slob: An overweight, lazy, slovenly individual.
- Gonk: Just look at her picture... There is definitively no family resemblance between her and Rita.
- Gross-Up Close-Up: Whenever her extra toe is mentioned, it gets one.
- Jerkass: Not the most pleasant relative out there. She forces Lincoln to massage her gross feet every time he visits and the other Loud siblings to clean her house.
- Lazy Bum: She's not very active, rather preferring to dwell on the couch.
- Obnoxious In-Laws: Ruth might be this to Rita's husband, Lynn Sr., as he doesn't like visiting Ruth any more than his kids (minus Lana and Lily) do.
- Pet the Dog:
- She seems to have a good relationship with her niece, as she's among those who throw a surprise party to Rita at the end of "No Spoilers". (Which is saying a lot as it's the first she's actually seen out of her couch.)
- She liked Lori's tractor selfie in "Selfie Improvement".
- She also admires and respects cats.
- Sibling Yin-Yang: While they haven't interacted onscreen yet, she's the exact opposite of her brother. Albert is a Cool Old Guy nice with his grandchildren and a Retired Badass who's still very active and sporty. Ruth is rather unpleasant with her grandnieces and grandnephew and a lazy woman who barely gets up from her armchair.
One of the great-grandmothers of Lincoln and his sisters. She seems to have shared Lucy's passion in occultism and wrote a spell book, which Lucy finds in "Spell It Out"—also, Lori once gave a brooch that belonged to her to Bobby's mother, Maria.
- Creepy Changing Painting: In the photo Lucy has of a young Great-Grandma Harriet, Harriet is frowning, but at the end of the episode it suddenly changes to a smile.
- Maybe Magic, Maybe Mundane: It's still unrevealed whether her spells are actually magical or what made her picture smile.
- Posthumous Character: She has already passed on and only appears in pictures.
- Real After All: At first, it seems that the spells Lucy found in her book and tried on her siblings really worked. However, it's later revealed that they didn't, and the effects were actually the result of more realistic causes. However, her picture *does* start smiling at the end of the episode, so she may have had some powers after all...
- So Proud of You: Implied by Harriet's picture changing from a frown to a smile; her spirit is proud of Lucy for realizing "true" magic comes in the form of family and friendship.
- Strong Family Resemblance: In her youth, Great-Grandma Harriet is the spitting image of Lucy.
- Affectionate Nickname: Wishes to invoke this by having the Loud kids refer to her as their "gran-gran".
- Freudian Excuse: The reason she's so invasive towards the Loud kids is because Myrtle grew up an only child and never started a family of her own, and only after meeting Pop Pop did she begin to value spending time with family.
- My Beloved Smother: She tends to be very invasive with the Loud kids.
- Nice Girl: Incredibly sweet and affectionate towards the Loud kids, if a tad overbearing.
- Second Love: She's Pop Pop's new girlfriend.
The Loud family's dog.
- Berserk Button: Like most dogs, he doesn't like it when you take his treats from the table.
- Bruiser with a Soft Center: He is a pitbull terrier, a breed known for being ferocious and savage if not properly trained. Charles displays no such behavior.
- Fight for the Last Bite: At the end of "Slice of Life", he brawls with Cliff, Geo, and Walt over the last pizza slice.
- Loyal Animal Companion: Despite being the family pet, he seems to love hanging out with Lincoln, Lana and Luna the most.
- Morality Pet: He encourages Lincoln not to lie to Lisa about breaking her chemical jars. Fortunately, she was in fact testing an experiment involving that.
- Named After Somebody Famous: Lincoln has confirmed in a video chat that he is named after Charles M. Schultz.
- Sick Episode: He somehow caught the flu in "One Flu Over the Loud House".
- What the Hell, Hero?: Makes it clear that he doesn't approve of Lincoln lying to Lisa in "The Butterfly Effect".
The Loud family's cat.
- Cats Are Mean: Downplayed. Not the worst, but he attacks several times some members of the family (mostly Lincoln and Lynn Sr.), sometimes for unjustified reasons. Like when Lincoln tried to help him to get out of a tree or when he was throwing something in the garbage can. Although he does refrain from trying to kill Walt, even though cats hunt birds.
- Fight for the Last Bite: Fights over a pizza slice with Charles, Geo, and Walt in "Slice of Life".
- Named After Somebody Famous: Cliff Sterrett.
- Sick Episode: He got the flu in "One Flu Over the Loud House".
- That Poor Cat: Presumably it's his meows that we hear whenever this trope's in play indoors.
The Loud family's bird.
- Berserk Button: Do NOT take away his bird house. He won't stop hunting you until it's back where it belongs.
- Bird-Poop Gag: He's pooped on Lincoln, in Lincoln's room, and in a drink before.
- Fight for the Last Bite: In "Slice of Life", he fights with Geo, Charles, and Cliff over a slice of pizza.
- Jerk with a Heart of Gold: Despite his angry face, he does have a soft side. He cheers for Leni alongside the other kids and pets when she's practicing for her driving test, shows up for Frank's "funeral", and shows up to help spread some Christmas spirit to Mr. Grouse.
- Named After Somebody Famous: Walt Kelly, though you'd be forgiven if you thought he was named after another Walt.
- Perpetual Frowner: He almost always sports an angry look in his eye.
- Sick Episode: He got the flu in "One Flu Over the Loud House".
- When He Smiles: He looks adorable while snuggling up to Hugh in "Study Muffin".
The Loud family's hamster.
- Big Eater: He seems to really like food.
- Black Bead Eyes: His eyes are black dots.
- Fanboy: Of SMOOCH.
- Fight for the Last Bite: In "Slice of Life", he fights over the pizza slice with Charles, Cliff, and Walt.
- Named After Somebody Famous: George "Geo" Harriman.
- Only Sane Man: In "Study Muffin," he's the only pet not attracted to Hugh.
- Ridiculously Cute Critter: He's a cute hamster.
- Sick Episode: He got the flu in "One Flu Over the Loud House".
Lana Loud's pet frog.
- A Day in the Limelight: Plays a significant role in "Frog Wild" alongside Lana.
- Amplified Animal Aptitude: As shown in "Frog Wild", he's far more intelligent than an average frog.
- A Lizard Named "Liz": Is a frog named Hops.
- Loyal Animal Companion: Everywhere Lana goes, chances are that Hops is with her.
- What the Hell, Hero?: After Lincoln scolds Lana for her tomboyish behavior in "Toads and Tiaras", of which saddens Lana, Hops frowns at Lincoln and shakes his head, obviously voicing his disdain for Lincoln's attitude.
Lucy Loud's pet bat.
- Cool Pet: He has been trained to follow Lucy's commands.
- Dark Is Not Evil: Despite being a bat, and having his moments (like biting Lynn in "Room with a Feud" and developing a taste for her blood), his bond with Lucy is strong enough to the point where he follows her commands, is comfortable with perching himself on Lucy's head, and seems concerned for Lucy whenever she's feeling down. He also enjoys having nighttime strolls with Lucy.
Lana Loud's pet lizard.
Lana Loud's pet snake.
Luan Loud's pet rabbit.
Lana Loud's pet rat.
- Squat's in a Name: Despite his name, he has never bitten anybody.
Three ducklings that Lana hatched the eggs of in "Mall of Duty". They followed her home, and at the end, one is adopted by Lisa, one by Lola, and one by Lucy.
- Ambiguous Gender: We don't know their sexes.
- Chuck Cunningham Syndrome: They were never seen again, for now, at least.
- Imprinting: They followed Lana home after she hatched their eggs.
- No Name Given: None of them are named.
- One-Shot Character: They only appeared in "Mall of Duty".
- What Happened to the Mouse?: Downplayed. They're never seen again, but there's no reason to believe they're not still living with the Louds somewhere.
- No Name Given: His name is not revealed.
- '90s Hair: Luke has this with his fauxhawk. Lane has a cross between a bowl cut and curtained hair.
- Alternate Self: They're male versions of the Loud sisters. At least two versions of the Loud brothers are shown in the episode itself: one where Lincoln is still male and another where Lincoln is female.
- Annoying Younger Sibling: Depending on which trope, it's both played straight and age-inverted—this is what the brothers ultimately turn out to be in the dimension where Lincoln's the middle child of eleven sons.
- Bait the Dog: In the first part of the episode in which they appear, they actually have a good time with Lincoln and take him to the activities his sisters refused to do with him. They (more or less) reveal their true colors in the second part.
- Big Brother Bully: In the dimension where all the Loud children are male, they are very much this to Lincoln, as they roughhouse, torment, and belittle him for his lack of masculinity.
- Big Brother Instinct: The dimension where it's one girl with ten brothers seems to be more or less exactly the same as Lincoln's original dimension—the male-counterparts of Lincoln's sisters are shown to be just as caring and protective of Linka (Lincoln's female counterpart) as the sisters are towards Lincoln. It's to the point where, if the brothers hear their sister screaming in the middle of the night, all ten of them run to her room to see if she's okay and even offer to stay with her until she falls asleep.
- Loki's the first of the brothers to ask Linka if she's okay.
- Loni's the brother who offers for himself and the others to stay with Linka until she falls asleep.
- The Bully: In the dimension where all of the Loud children are male, they are this towards Lynn Sr.
- But You Were There, and You, and You: They're characters from Lincoln's dream and resemble his sisters.
- Distaff Counterpart: To the Loud sisters.
- Dream People: They're revealed to only be Lincoln's dream characters.
- Evil Counterpart: Okay, evil might be too strong to describe them but they all have the sisters' negative traits increased with none of their positive qualities. However they are nicer in the dimension where Lincoln is a girl.
- Even Bad Men Love Their Mamas: While the brothers in the dimension with no female Loud children aren't necessarily evil, they are shown to be bigger Jerkasses than the sisters on their worst days. They're also shown to be fairly loving of their mother, going as far as giving her a kiss on the cheek.
- Flat Character: While some do possess a few traits unique and identical to their female counterparts, in the end, they're ultimately the same as 10 Lynns. Lincoln even lampshades it when Girl Lynn pulls down his pants, something Boy Lynn did a few minutes ago.
- Loki — He is the oldest sibling, but not responsible like Lori and is more willing to join in the antics of his younger siblings. Loki also enjoys teasing Lincoln's relationship with Ronnie Anne rather than be a Shipper on Deck.
- Loni — He is a Dumb Blonde like Leni, but unlike Leni, he is not sensitive and does not care when his brothers get hurt and laughs at Lincoln's relationship with Ronnie Anne and when he suffers physical pain.
- Luke — Unlike Luna, who is a Cool Big Sis, Luke is a Big Brother Bully who gives Lincoln a Swirlie and is the one who flushed Bun-Bun down the toilet.
- Lane — He likes to do jokes and pranks, but his tend to be generally more humiliating and mean-spirited than Luan's. He gives Lincoln a wedgie for no good reason while Luan, outside of April Fools, rarely uses violent humour and prefers to make puns and use her water flower.
- Gasshole: All ten brothers who constantly burp and fart, and give Lincoln a Dutch Oven Loud House style. Special mention goes to both Boy Lynn, who burps the loudest and the most often, not unlike his female counterpart, and to Loki, who farts the most (also not unlike his female counterpart) and can apparently fart on cue.
- Handy Feet: Some of them pick their noses with their toes, which Boy Lynn is shown doing on-screen.
- Hypocrite: According to the model sheets, Loki has a girlfriend named Bebe (Bobby's female counterpart) which makes him this since he makes fun of Lincoln for going out with Ronnie Anne (Bebe's sister).
- Jerkass: In the dimension where all the Loud kids are boys, their bullying of Lincoln is worse than the bullying of his sisters. Not only do they treat Lincoln like crap, but they also have a habit of dog piling on their father. They are much, much nicer in the world with Linka in it.
- Momma's Boy: Unlike their dad, who they dogpile on every chance they get, they seem to be real caring toward their mom. Loki, Lynn, and Leif even give her a kiss as they greet her.
- Nose Nuggets: All of them pick their noses, some of them even using their toes to do it.
- Distaff Counterpart: To Lincoln.
- Does Not Like Shoes: Her character design depicts her barefoot. One of the very first clues that Lincoln was now Linka were that her toenails were now painted.
- Dream People: She is a character in Lincoln's dream.
- Girly Girl: Possibly, because during the brief time that her room is seen, it looks rather feminine (pink is the dominant color and she appears to have a lot of stuffed animals).
- I Have Brothers: Since the male-version of this trope is true for Lincoln, this trope is presumably played straight (at least to certain extent) with Linka, since she is a girl with ten brothers (see this trope's main page for the entry on The Loud House for more information).
- Morality Pet: Just like how Lily Loud appears to be this for Lincoln and the rest of their sisters, Linka appears to be this for her brothers—much just like the sisters towards Lincoln, the brothers are shown to be very caring and protective towards Linka. It's to the point where, if the boys hear Linka screaming in the middle of the night, all ten of them run to her room to see if she's okay and even offer to stay with her until she falls asleep.
- Outnumbered Sibling: Is the only sister in a family with ten brothers.
- Pink Means Feminine: She has a pink room.
- The Smurfette Principle: Linka, as Lincoln's female counterpart, is the middle child and only daughter of eleven kids—in, just like how Lincoln and his dad are pretty much the only guys in the Loud-family (not counting any of the pets, all of whom are presumably males), Linka and her mom are probably the only females in the house (not counting of any of their pets, all of whom are now presumably females).