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The Loud Siblings

The eleven siblings that serve as the main characters of the show. Originally Lincoln was the one to get the most focus, but as of recent seasons, the other sisters have gotten their fair share of development too, turning them into an Ensemble Cast.

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A family consisting of one son and ten daughters. They frequently come into conflict with each other and clash a lot, but at the end of the day they really care for each other.
  • Adorkable: All of the siblings have some quirky personality trait that makes them endearing, but the ones who really stand out are Leni, Luna, Luan, Lynn, Lincoln, and Lisa. Each of them possess the most prominent geeky and awkward traits.
  • Aesop Amnesia: How many times have Lincoln and his sisters had to relearn the same lesson? Justified by the fact that young children and teenagers often have trouble learning their lesson.
  • Alliterative Family: All names begin with L, except Rita, but she's not one of the siblings.
  • Alliterative Name: Each of their names start with the letter L...and of course, they share the same surname Loud.
  • All-Stereotype Cast: All of the family enforces some sort of stereotype and have little depth beyond their default personalities (although they become less shallow as the series progresses):
  • All Women Love Shoes: Lori and Leni. Lori's shown to have a lot of shoes under her bed in "Get the Message", which she didn't even seem to be aware of, due to always kicking off her shoes at random times. Leni also has a lot of shoes in her closet, but she mostly wears sandals. Of course, not "all women", as some of the girls don't like shoes.
  • Animal Motifs: Due to the original premise for the series, rabbits are commonly associated with the Loud family:
    • Rabbits are known for their explosive breeding, and there are 11 children in the Loud family.
    • Lynn Sr. has a tie of an ugly rabbit.
    • Lincoln's most prized possession is a stuffed rabbit he calls "Bun-Bun".
    • Lincoln's very appearance is rabbit-like, with his white hair, buck teeth, and large feet.
    • Luan has a pet rabbit named Gary.
    • Lincoln once referred to quinoa as rabbit food.
    • "White Hare" features the original conceived premise via a dream Lincoln has.
    • A more Genius Bonus example; in the Loud family, it's very clear that it's the ladies who are in charge. Rabbits are matriarchal (female-dominated) animals.
  • Aww, Look! They Really Do Love Each Other: As the theme song puts it: "Duck, dodge, push and shove / This is how we show our love."
  • Beauty, Brains and Brawn:
    • Lori, Leni, Lola, and Lily are the beauties, the first three due to their interest in aesthetics and the latter due to her baby cuteness.
    • Luan, Lincoln, Lucy, and Lisa are the brains, the former because she can also be strategic with her pranks, Lincoln because he's strategic, Lucy because she's a very good poet, and the latter because she's a genius. Downplayed for Lana, who is very talented for her age when it comes to repair work, and Lily who seems sort of smart for her age.
    • Luna, Lynn, and Lana are the brawn, Luna because she's a rocker and Lynn and Lana because they like to roughhouse.
  • Berserk Button: "Sounds of Silence" and "Making the Case" both show that using or ignoring them is not a smart move.
  • Big Ball of Violence: Whenever the chips are down, the sisters will resort to physical violence against each other in this form.
  • Big Sister Instinct: All of Lincoln's sisters (older and younger) have this towards him. When they find out he's being bullied, they all jump to his defense.
  • Big Word Shout: In "Slice of Life", they all slide down the banister shouting, "PIZZA!" with the exception of Lana, who slides down the banister saying, "Ooh, pizza, pizza, pizza."
  • Birds of a Feather: All of the siblings' crushes in "L is for Love" (except for Lori's and Lily's) have something in common with them:
    • Leni and Chaz both like fashion.
    • Luna and Sam both like music.
    • Luan and Benny both like comedy.
    • Lynn and Francisco both play sports.
    • Lincoln and Paige both like video games.
    • Lucy and Silas are both goths.
    • Lana and Skippy are both mechanics.
    • Lola and Winston both like being fancy.
    • Lisa and David both like chemistry.
  • Brainy Baby: Lori, Luna, Lynn, and Lucy were all naturally born with their respective associated outlets as their baby photos show. Luan also developed her Pie in the Face defense mechanism during her infancy as one of the comics shows.
  • Brother-Sister Team: Lincoln often teams up with his sisters when they have a common goal.
  • Bully and Wimp Pairing: The Extreme Doormat and Butt-Monkey Lincoln (wimp) often plays this role whenever paired with his big sister bullies Lori and Lynn. After all, he can only withstand so much physical and psychological abuse before snapping.
  • Can't Take Criticism: The Louds are shown to be sensitive to Brutal Honesty when Lisa invents lie-detecting glasses to use against them in "House of Lies".
  • Catchphrase: "Dang it." The phrase itself is said a total of twelve times in "Homespun."
  • Clingy Jealous Girl: All of the girls become this to each other in "Study Muffin" when they get into a fight over who will get to marry Hugh.
  • Color-Coded Characters: All 11 of them have their own theme colors, and they are as follows:
    • Sky blue for Lori
    • Turquoise for Leni
    • Purple for Luna
    • Yellow for Luan
    • Red for Lynn
    • Orange for Lincoln
    • Black for Lucy
    • Blue for Lana
    • Pink for Lola
    • Green for Lisa
    • Lavender for Lily
  • Covert Pervert: All of the sisters, except for Lily, if "Study Muffin" is anything to go by. Even the youngest and the most reserved and innocent sisters wanted to see Hugh's butt.
  • Crush Blush: All of the girls blush upon seeing Hugh, minus baby Lily.
  • Cry Cute: Whenever any of the siblings cry, it's usually cute. Case in point, this screenshot of the sisters crying in "The Green House".
  • Cute Bruiser: With the exception of Lori (who's too cynical and promiscuous in appearance to be considered legitimately cute), all of the sisters are prone to getting into violent brawls whenever their senses turn hopeless.
  • Daddy's Girl: Luna, Luan, and Lynn all have closer relationships with their father than the rest of the siblings, sporting a similarly idealistic outlook. In Lynn's case, it helps that she's actually named after him.
  • A Day in the Limelight: Each of Lincoln's sisters have gotten several episodes focusing on them so far.
    • Lori: "Get the Message", "Driving Miss Hazy", "No Guts, No Glori", "Save The Date", "The Waiting Game", "A Fair to Remember", "Brawl in the Family", "Party Down", "Garage Banned", "Change of Heart", "Selfie Improvement", "City Slickers", "Fandom Pains", “Missed Connection", "The Loudest Thanksgiving", and “Driving Ambition”.
    • Leni: "Driving Miss Hazy", "Along Came a Sister", "One Flu Over the Loud House", "Brawl in the Family", "No Spoilers", "Fandom Pains", "Shop Girl", "Crimes of Fashion", and "Everybody Loves Leni".
    • Luna: "For Bros About To Rock", "House Music", "Roadie to Nowhere", “Really Loud Music", and “Racing Hearts”.
    • Luan: "April Fools Rules", "Funny Business", "Fool's Paradise", "No Laughing Matter", "Fool Me Twice", "Head Poet's Anxiety", "Home of the Fave", and "Stage Plight".
    • Lynn: "Space Invader", "The Loudest Yard", "Lynner Takes All", "Net Gains", "Sitting Bull", "Middle Men", and "Hero Today, Gone Tomorrow".
    • Lucy: "Space Invader", "Sleuth or Consequences", "Raw Deal" "Back in Black", "Spell It Out", "Tricked!" "Fandom Pains", "Head Poet's Anxiety", "Tea Tale Heart", and "The Write Stuff".
    • Lana: "Toads and Tiaras", "Frog Wild", "Patching Things Up", "Snow Way Out", and "Scales of Justice".
    • Lola: "Sounds of Silence", "Undie Pressure", "Toads and Tiaras", "A Tattler's Tale", "Patching Things Up", "Out of the Picture", "Read Aloud", "No Place Like Homeschool", "Gown and Out", "Tea Tale Heart", and "Home of the Fave".
    • Lisa: "Raw Deal", "Snow Bored", "Making the Grade", "Friend or Faux?", "The Mad Scientist", and "House of Lies".
    • Lily: "Changing The Baby", "Two Boys and A Baby", "Potty Mouth", "The Crying Dame", and "Breaking Dad".
  • Distinctive Appearances:
    • The youngsters of the family have circular heads, while the teenage sisters have bean-shaped heads.
    • The sisters' hair colors are a good indication of their varying masculinity and femininity. The brunettes are the Tomboys, while the blondes are the Girly Girls. The only exception to the latter case is blonde tomboy Lana, while the only exception to either of these rules is Lucy, who has black hair in accordance with her Gothic nature and is pretty in-between.
    • The younger siblings have three eyelashes, while the teenagers only have two. The only exceptions to either of these rules are Leni (who's 16 yet has three), Lisa (who has Black Bead Eyes), Lucy (who has yet to have had her eyes revealed), and Lincoln (who isn't depicted with visible eyelashes because he's a boy).
    • The younger siblings have round noses, while the teenagers have small, pointed noses. The only exception to either of these rules is Lynn (who has a round nose).
  • The Dog Bites Back: The April Fools' Day episodes center around the rest of the family living in fear of Luan's merciless pranking, and the actual pranks they have to go through just for her amusement. The final minutes will show how much the family can accomplish once they band together.
    • In "Fool's Paradise," after suffering a number of pranks, which Lynn Sr. helped set up, he and Lincoln use her own pranks against her, as Luan swears revenge against her father.
    • In "Fool Me Twice," after Luan used the stunt doubles Lynn Sr. hired to take the pranks for the family to humiliate them, she comes back home to find that they are moving on account that they are now the laughing stock of the town. Luan tearfully begs for them to stay in Royal Woods, only for it to be revealed that it was a joke, Luan praises them for it, and advises them to stop the moving truck headed for Florida, to which Lincoln informs that the truck only has her stuff in it and advises her to chase it down before it's too late.
  • Dysfunctional Family: They're a family of ten daughters and one son—totalling to eleven children—who get into frequent fights. It doesn't help that one of the parents is a Bumbling Dad. In fact, Rita, Lincoln, and Lori seem to be the only ones capable of keeping the house stable.
  • Family Theme Naming: Combines this with Alphabetical Theme Naming, each of their names start with the letter L. The Polish dub changes the first letter of each sibling's name (and nickname) to "H".
  • Fatal Flaw: The sisters' tendency to fight is their main problem in that it only leads to them getting punished.
  • Fight for the Last Bite: In "Slice of Life", they all argue and fight over the last slice of pizza.
  • Foodfight!:
    • In "A Tale of Two Tables", Lincoln's younger sisters have a food fight, then later, all eleven kids have one.
    • The licensed game "Food Fight" is about all of Lincoln's sisters (except Lily) throwing food at him.
    • Lucy and Lana have a food fight in "No Guts, No Glori".
  • Foolish Sibling, Responsible Sibling: While they can all be very foolish, Lori, Lincoln, Lucy, and Lisa are usually the responsible ones, while Leni, Luan, Lynn, Lana, Lola, and Lily all tend to be foolish. In Leni's case however, despite being a teenager and the second oldest of the siblings, she's (rather ironically) the least intelligent out of all of them, and she does and says a lot of stupid things, so she doesn't know any better anyway. That's the same case with Lily (well, almost), except she's a baby. As for Luna, well, she can be either foolish or responsible. She's got a good grip on reality and is very mellow and calm in her free time, but she completely drops both of those traits when she's rocking out.
  • Four-Temperament Ensemble:
    • Sanguine: Leni, Luna, Luan, and Lana. All four of them are very outgoing and cheerful, and wear their hearts on their sleeves.
    • Choleric: Lori, Lynn, and Lola. While good-natured at the end of the day, all three of them are pessimistic and unsociable.
    • Melancholic: Lucy and Lisa. Both of them are socially inept, but very in touch with reality, so much to the point of becoming dismissive towards idealism.
    • Phlegmatic: Lincoln and Lily. Both of them are calm and easygoing.
  • Friend to Bugs: Zigzagged. Leni dislikes bugs, especially spiders which she's afraid of. Lana sometimes makes friends with bugs, but sometimes eats them. All of Leni's siblings liked the tarantula in "Along Came a Sister", but Lola is sometimes repulsed by bugs.
  • Gender Bender: In "One Of The Boys", the sisters all become boys, while Lincoln himself becomes a girl later on... somehow. After Lincoln escapes the Alternate Universe in the episode, he briefly becomes a female version of himself named Linka. It was later revealed the whole thing was just a bad dream.
    • Lori as Loki, Leni as Loni, Luna as Luke, Luan as Lane, Lucy as Lars, Lana as Leif, Lola as Lexx, Lisa as Levi and Lily as Leon.
    • Lynn shares the same name as her male counterpart (Lynn is actually a unisex name). In fact, Lynn is pretty much the same as her male counterpart.
  • Genki Girl:
    • Leni has a happy, perky personality.
    • Luna is very enthusiastic, espeically when rocking out.
    • Luan is also happy-go-lucky and wants to make other people happy too.
    • Lynn is active and quite dynamic.
    • While Lily is not as active due to being a baby, she's still quite a jolly baby and active as far as babies go.
  • Gibberish of Love: All of the girls babble upon seeing Hugh, minus baby Lily. Lincoln does it himself upon seeing his Hot Teacher.
  • Girl Posse: The episode "Sitting Bull" shows that Lori, Leni, Luna, and Luan share a rare sibling example of this trope, as they claim to have a reputation as Royal Woods' best babysitters ever, with Lori, the Lovable Alpha Bitch, being The Leader, courtesy of being the eldest.
  • Girls Love Chocolate: The sisters are all huge chocoholics, as revealed in the episode "Lincoln Loud: Girl Guru".
  • Girly Bruiser: Lori, Leni, Lucy, Lola, and Lily - the most traditionally feminine sisters - are not above getting in touch with their physically aggressive side should their hope despair.
  • Got Volunteered: In the episode "Future Tense", the siblings are forced by their parents to engage in extracurricular positions out of their taste to compete with the Yates family, much to their reluctance.
  • Greed: The main vice of the Loud kids, especially in the episode "It's a Loud, Loud, Loud, Loud House", where they fight tooth and nail for a stash of money they believe is hidden somewhere in the house.
  • Group Hug: These happen a lot between Lincoln and his sisters at the end of the day.
  • Hair of Gold, Heart of Gold: All the blonde sisters are nice and friendly, although Lori and Lola have a mean side too.
  • Iconic Item: Most of the sisters (except Leni and Lynn) own something that is most commonly associated with their personality:
    • Lori - Her phone
    • Luna - Her guitar
    • Luan - Her ventriloquist, her whoopee cushion, and her pies
    • Lucy - Her poetry
    • Lana - Her wrench and her pet frog, Hops
    • Lola - Her tiara
    • Lisa - Her science experiments
    • Lily - Her blankie
  • Jabba Table Manners: In one episode, when the siblings are served large quantities of spaghetti for dinner, they eat it like pigs.
  • Jerkass Ball: Lincoln or his sisters sometimes act mean for the sake of the plot. Luckily, it usually leads to a Jerkass Realization.
  • Jerkass Realization: Sometimes, like in "Heavy Meddle" and "Cereal Offender", the girls will realize what insane jerks they've been upon seeing how badly their behavior affected Lincoln, and they'll try to make it up to him.
  • Jerk with a Heart of Gold: Aside from Leni, Luna, Lucy, Lana, and Lily, who are usually nice to Lincoln, albeit with their limits, all of the sisters are this to different degrees, often screwing Lincoln over but still caring about him. In fact, the aforementioned nice sisters' shocking tendency to harass him are mostly done out of peer pressure and rarely on their own.
  • Karma Houdini: Sometimes the sisters get away scot-free with their vexatious antics towards Lincoln. The episode "Study Muffin" is a good example, in which their obsessive crush on his tutor Hugh deteriorates his academia, and the sisters don't receive any punishment.
  • Kick the Son of a Bitch: At the end of "Fool Me Twice", the rest of the family sells the eponymous household and plans on moving away from Royal Woods and leaving Luan behind, only to reveal this itself as an April Fool's prank and that the truck contains nothing but her stuff, prompting her to chase after it. She admittedly deserved it due to how exceptionally spiteful and intimidating her behavior had been annually.
  • Kiddie Kid: Luan and Lynn could regularly be considered this. Lincoln too in a Downplayed sense since he still owns a stuffed rabbit toy that he cares deeply for. However, the older and more mature sisters are not above joining in on the fun with their younger siblings, due to the fact that they're still kids nevertheless.
    • The ending of "A Tale of Two Tables" is a good example of this, where all eleven children participate in a food fight.
    • Another good example is the episode "Snow Bored", where all the Loud kids, including the older siblings, are overjoyed over school being cancelled and decide to play in the snow.
  • Large Ham: They all have their moments (aside from maybe Lucy), with Lori, Luna, Luan, Lynn, and Lola being the prime examples. There's a reason their surname is Loud.
  • Likes Older Men: If their crush on Hugh in "Study Muffin" is anything to go by, the Loud sisters are not above fantasizing over older men.
  • Limited Wardrobe: They nearly always wear the same outfits.
  • Lost Voice Plot: In "Spell it Out", all the sisters lose their voices except Lucy.
  • Love Interests: Lily, being a baby, is the only one who hasn't had a love interest (unless you count her Teddy bear). Lori has had two, Leni two, Luna two (or three if you count her describing a teacher as "smokin'"), Luan two, Lynn two, Lincoln three (seven if you count his dates from "Dance Dance Resolution"), Lucy three, Lana two, Lola two, and Lisa two. In fact, all of the sisters (sans Lily) developed a crush on Hugh in "Study Muffin" and are shown to have their own individual crushes in "L is for Love".
  • Massive Numbered Siblings: Eleven of them in total.
  • Meaningful Name:
    • They are not called the "Louds" for nothing.
    • Lincoln was named after the street Chris Savino grew up on, E. Lincoln Ave. He was also delivered by the First Lady.
    • Lori's name means "laurel", referring to her image. It also sounds like "lorry", a type of vehicle, and she's the only Loud sister with a driver's license (until Leni got hers).
    • Leni is the German diminutive of Helene (Helen) and Magdalena (Magdalene). These names are associated with beauty (Helen of Troy), or honorable women (Saint Helena, Saint Mary Magdalene). She's also named after Lenny from Of Mice and Men, a character who's not very intelligent but very kind and rather gentle, at least when he's not harming people by accident. Interestingly enough, Leni was much stronger in her earliest designs, and the more notable "Leni"s are German Olympic athletes: Helene "Leni" Junker, Magdalena "Leni" Lohmar, and Leni Schmidt. There's also Leni Riefenstahl, one of the first female film directors in history, but there's a reason why people tend not to mention her.
    • Luna's name is Latin for "moon", which also comes from the Pink Floyd album, "Dark Side of the Moon", referring to her rock star image.
      • In the Polish dub, Luna's name is changed to Harmonia, with the nickname "Harma", derived from "harmony", an appropriately musical name if not entirely in keeping with her primary style of music.
    • Lucy shares the same name as Lucy Westenra, a character from Bram Stoker's Dracula novels who becomes the book's first victim. Lucy herself is enamored by death and vampires, and, as of the end of the Dracula novel, both characters also share sleeping in coffins as a common trait. Her name also has an ironic quality, as it means "light", yet she is inexorably tied to darkness, morbidity and the color black.
    • Lily's name means "flower", which shows she's a young bloomer.
  • Mysterious Middle Initial: Lori and Lisa are the only two of the eleven kids to have a middle initial that doesn't start with "L" (Lori and Lisa's middle names are actually "Marie", despite the former’s driver’s license showing the "L" initial as well). The other nine children all have middle names that start with "L," but it hasn't been revealed what their middle names are. This is contradicted in an Instagram post that Mom uses the same middle name ("Marie") to remember them all, though this could be untrue.
  • Nice, Mean, and In-Between:
    • Nice — Leni, Luna, Lincoln, Lana, and Lily. They are all consistently very nice and non-confrontational, with the occasional Out-of-Character Moment.
    • Mean — Lori, Lynn, and Lola. None of them are completely nasty, but they are the most abrasive, mischievous, or calculating/self-serving of the bunch.
    • In-Between — Luan (mostly nice, but sometimes pulls mean pranks), Lucy (moody but friendly), and Lisa (who sometimes does questionable experiments on her siblings and can be very socially awkward and blunt, but is still nice deep down and sometimes not so deep down).
  • No Knees: Luna, Luan, and Lynn aren't depicted with a line drawn on their knees as opposed to Leni and Lori, making their legs look noodly and enforcing them to walk in a jerky manner. Although this is averted or zigzags between shots.note 
  • No-Neck Chump: Excluding Lincoln and Lucy, none of the youngsters of the family are drawn with visible necks (although neither are most of the other recurring kid characters).
  • No Sense of Personal Space: Although it tones down as the series progresses, sometimes Lincoln's sisters don't know what "Leave me alone" means and persist to disrespect his privacy. Examples of their exceptional harassment include ganging up on him for being the only boy in the family and getting their noses all up in his relationship with Ronnie Anne.
  • Not Allowed to Grow Up: The series seems to rely on a Floating Timeline, as none of the siblings are shown to have aged despite the many years that have passed in-universe. Case in point, three April Fool's Day episodes have happened and the siblings are still shown as their average selves; not only that, but a flashback plays in "April Fool's Rules" of the many April Fools on which Luan has pulled her prank-a-thons, and still no one has aged. Word of God has confirmed that this will finally become subdued by Season 5, where the characters will move up both an age and a grade level (Lori will also finally go to college).
  • Not So Above It All: The more rational siblings such as Lori, Lincoln, and Lisa often join in the fun with their other siblings. They are still kids, after all.
  • Not So Different: A recurring theme in the series is showing they have more in common than Lincoln realizes.
  • Odd Name Out: Lincoln's the only one of the eleven kids to not have a four-letter name, though it can be shortened to "Linc". Also, Lynn's the only one of the eleven kids to have one syllable in her name (Lincoln and the rest of their sisters have two syllables in their names). And Luan's the only one whose name is emphasized on the second syllable.
  • Older Than They Look: Lynn, Luan, and Luna are 13, 14, and 15 respectively, but could easily pass for kids around Lincoln's age, since they have childlike appearances in their own rights. As opposed to respective 16-and-17-year-olds Leni and Lori, none of the trio have visible breasts. Additionally, Lynn is around the same size as 8-year-old Lucy and 11-year-old Lincoln, and, along with Luna, has freckles, while Luan wears braces, has a high-pitched, little girl voice, and is a Kiddie Kid.
  • Out of Focus: While none of the Loud siblings have completely lost their importance to the show (especially Lincoln), Season 3 has really taken a toll on Lincoln's spotlight and fluctuating between who gets to have the Day in the Limelight. Compare the first two seasons, where usually, either he was the main character, or the entire family owned the episode, and you'll notice how inconsistent the spotlight has become. To drive it home, Season 4 will have an entire story arc focusing on the Casagrandes, further putting the Louds into obscurity.
  • Ping-Pong Naïveté: You'd think that by now, Lincoln and his sisters would know better, but unfortunately, due to varying continuity, this is not always the case. The earlier seasons in particular portray them at the crossroads of protectively caring for Lincoln to showing no concern for his well-being the next minute. As well as this, they fluctuate from independently engaging in their own age-appropriate maturity to forming a Brother-Sister Team that naively eavesdrops on their parents, regardless of their default experience.
  • Plenty of Blondes: Five Loud sisters are blonde (Lori, Leni, Lana, Lola, and Lily). However, this is actually justified due to genetics.
  • Precocious Crush: All of the younger sisters (sans Lily) developed a crush on Lincoln's tutor Hugh in "Study Muffin".
  • Red Oni, Blue Oni: Some of the sisters are more fiery or serene than others.
  • Running Gag: All of them have at least one running joke associated with them.
    • Lori: saying "Literally", farting, and sometimes her romance with Bobby is played for comedy.
    • Leni: missing the point of things, being clumsy, and saying, "Like" (though this last one currently isn't brought up anymore).
    • Luna: referencing songs and using slang like, "Dude", "Dudette", "Bro", and "Brah".
    • Luan: her jokes and pranks.
    • Lynn: turning mundane things into sports and having unusual superstitions.
    • Lincoln: making plans with long names and reading comics in his underwear.
    • Lucy: saying "Sigh", suddenly appearing, and occasionally her poetry is treated as a joke.
    • Lana: her gross habits.
    • Lola: telling on people.
    • Lisa: doing wacky experiments.
    • Lily: pooping her diaper and/or saying "Poo-poo".
  • Savvy Guy, Energetic Girl: The Only Sane Man Lincoln is the Savvy Guy, while the Genki Girl sisters (Leni, Luna, Luan, and Lynn) primarily play the role as the Energetic Girls whenever paired with him.
  • Shipper on Deck:
    • All ten of Lincoln's sisters ship him and Ronnie Anne together.
      • They've suggested Lincoln to kiss her when they find out his bully is a girl, and hounding Lincoln the instant he gets home to find out if she asked him out to the Sadie Hawkins dance.
      • Lori has a vested interest in making sure he and Ronnie Anne get along since she's dating Ronnie Anne's older brother. In fact, Bobby actually once broke up with Lori after discovering that Lincoln had (albeit unintentionally) hurt Ronnie Anne's feelings—Bobby explained that he couldn't bring himself to go out with someone who's related to someone who hurt the feelings of someone he's related to.
      • Luan invites Ronnie Anne on April Fool's Day to throw a pie in Lincoln's face but she throws it in Luan's face instead. After the two walk off on a date, Luan says "she's a keeper."
    • Also, Lori and Leni both act cheerful over Luna going on a date with Sam in "Racing Hearts", acting very supportive of their relationship throughout.
  • Sibling Rivalry: Despite loving each other, they do squabble. The theme even mentions pushing and shoving.
  • Sibling Yin-Yang: All of them clash in some way, shape or form, though it's most notable with the roommates;
    • Lori and Leni: Both are beautiful blonde girls who care about fashion and beauty passionately and play the Valley Girl stereotype straight, but Lori is rather bossy and abrasive, yet also quite insightful from time to time, while Leni is sweet but incredibly dense. Lori has also shown a bit of tomboy side, as she acts assertive and dominant to her younger siblings, farts when no one's around, and is somewhat of a Gamer Chick; Leni on the other hand rarely has exhibited any form of masculinity. Lori is also clearly smarter than Leni, who, needless to say, isn't smart at all.
    • Luna and Luan: While both are brown-haired, skirt-wearing, energetic, hammy, and kind-hearted girls who are Older Than They Look, have showbiz aspirations, and even have practically indifferent names sans the letters being rearranged, Luna is rather mellow most of the time when not rocking out while Luan is always her goofy, jokey self. Luan is also clearly the more mischievous of the two, albeit mostly in an Innocently Insensitive kind of way, while Luna is mostly a nice person.
    • Lynn and Lucy: The latter is a mellow, seldom-active Goth who her siblings barely notice, while the former is a ruckus raising Passionate Sports Girl who makes her presence felt.
    • Lana and Lola: The most obvious case, with beauty obsessed Girly Girl Lola clashing with dirt and grime obsessed Tomboy Lana. Less obviously, Lola is the Token Evil Teammate of the Loud family, whereas Lana is a Friend to All Living Things, a complete inversion of what you'd expect from those tropes.
    • And finally super-intelligent-but-stoic Lisa is paired with the innocent and cheerful (if also brainy) baby Lily.
  • Sick Episode: All of them got the flu (in addition to their parents and pets) in "One Flu Over the Loud House".
  • Slapstick Knows No Gender: Each Loud sister (except for Lily) has at least one moment of getting antics fallen on them.
  • Smart Jerk and Nice Moron: Lori and Leni, respectively. The former is the Only Sane Woman of the sisters, but she often exhibits a colossally bossy attitude towards her younger siblings (with the possible exception of Lily), while the latter is a Kindhearted Simpleton who's rarely if ever truly malicious.
  • Stalkers With A Crush: All of the girls to Hugh (except baby Lily) in "Study Muffin", who followed him around because they had crushes on him.
  • Team Mom: "Sitting Bull" reveals that Lori, Leni, Luna, and Luan have a reputation of being the best babysitters in all of Royal Woods, taking good care of children and entertaining them.
  • Teens Are Short: Most of the teenage sisters are half a head shorter than their parents. While Lynn, Luan, and maybe Luna's (13, 14, and 15 respectively) cases can perhaps be justified in that they haven't finished developing yet, are late bloomers, or left puberty in an inefficient state—judging by their other eccentricities—Leni and Lori (16 and 17 respectively) seem to have exited it solidly, judging by their visible bust and womanly voices, yet their parents tower over them. What's more aggravating is that this changes between shots.
  • Teens Love Shopping: Zigzagged for the teenage sisters. Lori and especially Leni love the mall, while Luna, Luan, and Lynn like it, but not as much as other things they like.
  • Tomboy and Girly Girl:
    • They all have varying amounts of stereotypical masculinity and femininity. This is best exemplified in "In Tents Debate", where the girly-girls (Lori, Leni, Lucy, Lola, and Lily) want to go to the beach, while the tomboys (Luna, Luan, Lynn, Lana, and Lisa) want to go to an amusement park.
    • Another good indicator is hair color. Those who take after their mom (blonde) tend to be more "feminine", while those who take after their dad (brunette) are more "tomboyish". The only exception to this rule is blonde Tomboy Lana.
  • Tomboy with a Girly Streak: The Tomboy sisters (Luna, Luan, Lynn, Lana, and Lisa) are not completely devoid of a "girly" side. They join in on the Squee! with their Girly Girl sisters upon discovery of Ronnie Anne's affection for Lincoln, can be quite boy-crazy, watch a soap opera called Dream Boat about which they discuss character ships, love chocolate, and will wear dresses for special occasions like Lucy's performance at the Royal Woods Theater.
  • Town Girls:
  • Trademark Favorite Food: Pizza, to the point the siblings would fight for the last slice.
  • Tuckerization:
    • With the exception of Leni (who's named after Lennie Small from Of Mice and Men), all of Lincoln's sisters are named after those Chris Savino knows.
      • Lori, Luan, Lynn, Lana and Lisa are named after Chris Savino's five sisters (Savino's the ninth of ten children). Savino has confirmed however that there is no Write Who You Know involved and that none of the Loud girls have the personality of the Savino sister whose name they bear. invoked
      • Luna and Lola were named after Savino's two dachshunds (aka, "wiener dogs").
      • "Lucy" and "Lily" were names that Savino and his wife came up with in case they had any daughters (they have three sons, but no daughters).
    • Lincoln himself is named after E Lincoln Avenue, the street Savino grew up on.
  • Vitriolic Best Buds: Lori and Leni, Lynn and Lucy, and Lana and Lola all have the most squabbles, but they're also the closest to each other.
  • You Are Grounded: Their main discipline method dished out by their parents when things go horribly wrong.
  • Youthful Freckles: Luna, Lynn, and Lincoln all sport these, which makes sense since Rita was shown to have freckles in a flashback in "L is for Love".

The Boy

     Lincoln Loud 

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The Older Sisters

    Lori Marie Loud 

    Leni L. Loud 
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"Wait, what was I talking about?"
Voiced by: (English) Liliana Mumy
Voiced by: (Latin America) Lupita Real
Voiced by: (Italian) Giuliana Atepi

The second oldest of the Loud sisters at 16 years old, she may not be the brightest of the bunch, but she more than makes up for it in beauty and kindness. Leni is an aspiring fashion designer who's naturally unaffected and innocent, and very endearing.


  • Accidental Misnaming: Never seems to get Clyde's name right. Lincoln too, when she isn't using his nickname.
  • Adorkable: How goofy and kind she is grants her this status.
  • All-Loving Heroine: Leni is genuinely nice to everyone, even bullies.
  • All Women Love Shoes: She owns a whole closet of shoes but mostly wears sandals.
  • Ambiguous Disorder: Some of her behavior suggests that there's more to her than simply being a Dumb Blonde, such as needing instructions presented in a very specific manner in order to learn something new (like driving), among other things.
  • Annoying Younger Sibling: To Lori. Despite being roommates, they have a lot of Sibling Yin-Yang, with Leni often getting on Lori's nerves with her obliviousness (although Leni doesn't mean to bother her).
  • Attention Deficit... Ooh, Shiny!: Partially due to her low intelligence, Leni is easily distracted, especially by things she loves like clothes, fashion, and make-up.
  • Beware the Nice Ones: Leni might be the dimmest and the kindest of the Louds but even she can get aggressive, especially if you push her too far.
  • Beware the Silly Ones: She's the second-most eccentric of the Loud sisters behind Luan, yet she can be provoked pretty easily.
  • Brainless Beauty: Is appearance-focused, but is also dim and says things like, "My favorite color is zebra."
  • Buffy Speak: She often talks like this due to not being very smart. Her siblings refer to it as "Leni Speak", and in "Driving Miss Hazy" it turns out that using Leni Speak is the best way to teach her how to drive.
  • Bunny-Ears Lawyer: Yes, you heard me right. This Naïve Everygirl is skilled at fashion designing.
  • Butt-Monkey: If Lincoln or Clyde aren’t the one being this, she qualifies due to her ditziness.
  • Character Tics: Leni poses her arms in a limp-wristed manner, sometimes referred to as "raptor arms".
  • Chubby Chaser: Leni is dating an overweight guy named Chaz, who, like herself, is interested in fashion.
  • Cloudcuckoolander: Leni is a pretty good example of this. She's mostly just ditzy, but sometimes acts eccentric too.
  • Cool Big Sis: Towards her younger siblings. Despite being a ditz, she's very kind to them.
  • Cute Clumsy Girl: Leni is a beautiful-yet-clumsy girl, which is best exemplified with the Running Gag of her bumping into walls inadvertently.
  • The Cutie: While incredibly stupid, her naïve and sweet demeanor makes her this.
  • Depending on the Writer: Leni's intelligence actually zigzags by episode. The same girl who has trouble distinguishing the "dumb one" of her family is also keenly aware how airheaded her siblings find her.
  • The Ditz: Can't even ride her hand-me-downed bike when she's young, and not even aware she's tripped to mud after that, though it's been implied that she's smarter than she seems.
  • Drives Like Crazy: Has failed her driving test a total of 14 times, and as Lori notes, she can't even drive a lawn mower without the girls and Lincoln all resorting to "Leni speak."
  • Dumbass Has a Point: Despite Leni's idiocy, she can occasionally make intelligent observations. In "One Flu Over the Loud House", she opposes her uninfected siblings' idea of trying to escape from her flu-ridden siblings, instead staying to help cure her sick family. She even calls Lincoln out for treating them like lesser beings based on their condition.
  • Dumb Blonde: There are a lot of blondes in this family, but she plays this trope straight since she's the least intelligent out of them all. She is literally too dumb to walk and chew gum at the same time.
  • Dumb Is Good: While she is laughably naive, she's arguably the nicest of the Louds and much kinder than the "smart" ones of the family (e.g. Lori, Lisa, and even Lincoln).
  • Easily Impressed: Naturally with generally low intelligence comes pretty low standards and a very naive nature. She called being able to see after she simply opened her eyes a miracle, and believes Lincoln to be some manner of genius for suggesting her desk lamp might be on her desk.
  • Eloquent In Their Native Tongue: Played with when Lincoln taught her how to drive. He didn't need to learn a new language, but he needed to learn how to speak in terms a Valley Girl could understand.
  • Everyone Has Standards: Even Leni, who's usually too sweet to be savage, expresses blatant annoyance to Luan's puns. Likewise, she (of all people) was the first to talk behind Luan's back in "No Laughing Matter".
  • Extreme Doormat: As the episode "Shop Girl" shows, she isn't very good at standing up for herself.
  • The Fashionista: She likes buying and modeling clothes, and often voices her opinion on clothes, whether it's positive or negative.
  • Fatal Flaw: Leni's naivety, which can often make her a victim of painful slapstick.
  • Flanderization: While she was thick-headed from the beginning, by "Racing Hearts", it got to the point where she had to be held on a dog leash to stop her from wandering.
  • Foil: To Lori in terms of behavior and Luan in terms of interests and labels.
  • Foolish Sibling, Responsible Sibling: The Foolish to Lori's Responsible in that Leni is far less intelligent and rational than the former, who is primarily her voice of reason.
  • Forgetful Jones: Part of her ditzy nature, Leni has a short attention span and tends to be very forgetful.
    Leni: Wait, what was I talking about again?
  • Genius Ditz: Despite being ditzy and absent-minded, Leni is skilled in fashion designing, wood carving, lock-picking, singing, and making smoothies, which demonstrates that despite her characteristic stupidity, she is very talented.
  • Genki Girl: Not nearly to the extent of Luna, Luan, or Lynn, but in "Change of Heart" Leni quite literally enthusiastically launches herself (off the couch) into Lincoln and Clyde's endeavor, dragging them through the air in her drive to get started.
  • Girly Girl: Leni definitely seems to be one of the most stereotypically feminine Loud sisters, along with Lola. She's bubbly, ditzy, light, and fashion-obsessed.
  • Girly Girl with a Tomboy Streak: Fashion and make-up are among her favorite things, yet in "Change of Heart", despite having expressed a previous disdain for video games, she's shown gleefully playing one with Lincoln and Clyde.
  • Goggles Do Nothing: Wears shades purely as head decoration. The one time they went over her eyes, she thought she went blind.
  • Hair of Gold, Heart of Gold: The sweetest of the Loud kids, whose hair is noticeably a much lighter shade of yellow than her sisters, perhaps making her a platinum blonde.
  • Hairpin Lockpick: She's apparently quite adept at using one.
  • Hidden Depths:
    • When she's making Lori's bed for a ride to the mall, she has, as Lincoln puts it, "amazing craftsmanship".
    • Upon mastering the lawnmower, Leni etches her name into the lawn.
    • In "Cheater By The Dozen" she prepares a perfectly-made salmon dish for herself and her siblings, implying she can cook to some extent.
    • In "It's a Loud, Loud, Loud, Loud House" she's shown to be a handy lockpicker and implies she's fully aware the others believe her to be a ditzy airhead.
    Leni: What? There's more to my head than just air, you know.
    • She exploited a "test drive" so she and Lori could get a car to make a mall run.
    • In "L is for Love", it's revealed that despite being obsessed with her own looks, she's not shallow at all, as her crush is Chaz, a fat but kindhearted boy.
    • In "Job Insecurity", she apparently has knowledge about Russian cuisine and Hawaiian wildlifenote .
    • "Change of Heart" revolves around her interpersonal skills and creating a surprisingly effective regimen for curing Clyde's infatuation almost on the fly. She also proves to have a surprisingly practical understanding of loofahs, and despite her previously stated dislike of video games, is seen playing them with the boys with a cheerful, goofy smile.
  • The Hyena: According to Lincoln in "Room with a Feud", Leni loves laughter, a shared interest that prompts her and Luan to become temporary roommates.
  • Incorruptible Pure Pureness: Leni has not even a single mean bone in her body and is unable to get morally corrupt by force, ultimately having a good reputation among authority figures and subverting the Alpha Bitch stereotype.
  • The Ingenue: Leni sure is sweet, but her naivety and inability to think for herself can often cause trouble, which is completely unintentional on her part.
  • Innocently Insensitive: While she can be a troublemaker, it's always rooted in her gullible and innocent nature and never with any malice, such as when she "freed" the lobsters and the roast chickens in the supermarket.
  • Inopportune Voice Cracking: Her voice squeaks on a regular occurrence, often when she's excited or startled.
  • Jerkass Ball: While Leni is a Nice Girl with a pure identity, she still has a mean streak to her to portray her as a realistic character rather than just a Disney-esque All-Loving Hero. She regularly fights with Lori over clothes, and gets hit with this badly in "Brawl in the Family", where she fights over her with a dress that ignites massive drama in the household.
  • Kindhearted Simpleton: Leni is the nicest and sweetest member of the Loud family; however she really isn't that bright.
  • The Klutz: Frequently bumps into walls.
  • Light Feminine and Dark Feminine: Both she and Lori are feminine, but she's the sweet, naive, and innocent Light Feminine to Lori's bossy, cynical, and snarky Dark Feminine.
  • Like Is, Like, a Comma: Her most annoying habit is overusing the word "like".
  • Literal-Minded: It's one of her main quirks, it seems.
    • In "Driving Miss Hazy", when Lori tells her to make her bed in exchange for a ride to the mall, Leni actually makes Lori a new bed out of wood, entirely from scratch.
    • In "House Music", when Luna makes Leni a backup singer, Leni takes that to mean singing "backup" repeatedly. Then, when Luna tells her to sing what's on the page of the lyric book, Leni starts singing "what's on the page" repeatedly as well.
    • In "Come Sale Away", when her family is having a garage sale, she literally tries to sell the garage.
    • In "Cheater By The Dozen", she assumes that a stakeout involves eating steak, and asks if the group minds her making it a "salmonout" instead, as it's healthier.
    • In "One Flu Over the Loud House", she hears Lincoln talking about directions with phrases like "six o'clock" and then thinks he's saying it's the time. Later, he tells her to stop acting like Mother Teresa and she says, "Our mother's name is Rita".
    • In one of the podcasts, Lincoln says, "You're the best, Leni!" and she says, "I don't know any other Lenis."
  • Long Hair Is Feminine: She has long, pale-blonde hair and is one of the most traditionally feminine of the sisters.
  • Loon with a Heart of Gold: Leni's a ditzy scatterbrain with an absurd way of thinking, but she more than makes up for that with her goody-goody demeanor.
  • Magnetic Hero: Leni's overly nice demeanor makes her an easy target for instant friendships.
  • Misspelling Out Loud: In "Snow Bored", a running gag involves Leni misspelling the word "fun" as "F-O-N". She even eventually gets Lisa to do it.
  • Naïve Everygirl: Leni is a stereotypical Dumb Blonde 16-year-old girl with an endearing and innocent nature which is a frequent target for bullies.
  • Nice Girl: While she could contend with Lori thanks to being the second-oldest, she never comes even close to being a Big Sister Bully like her roommate and is inarguably the sweetest of the siblings. As the episode "Shop Girl" shows, this trait makes her an easy target for bullying, but she ultimately uses her sweetness as a defense, which proves to be a success as the bullies then turn out to like her.
  • Nice to the Waiter: In "Shop Girl", Leni gives her last piece of clothing to the waiter, giving her a part-time job.
  • Official Couple: With Chaz, as proven in her and Lori's musical number in "Really Loud Music".
  • Pair the Dumb Ones: Leni is very dumb and is dating a boy named Chaz, who while not as dumb, is still not the sharpest tool in the shed.
  • Perpetual Smiler: It's a rare occurrence to see Leni frowning.
  • Phoneaholic Teenager: Downplayed; like Lori, Leni loves to use her phone, though she isn't obsessed with it like the former.
  • Plucky Comic Relief: If Luan isn't taking the comedic spotlight with her puns, expect Leni to do so with her ditzy nature.
  • The Pollyanna: Unless something upsets her, Leni is always happy-go-lucky.
  • Red Oni, Blue Oni: The red to Lori's blue. Leni is very scatterbrained and too dumb to think for herself, while also being very optimistic. In contrast, Lori is smarter, more rational, and more realistic than Leni, and she often acts as her voice of reason. However, Leni could also have traits of a Blue Oni, since she's a lot less likely to get angry than Lori and is arguably the sweetest of her siblings (especially when compared to Lola).
  • Sanity Ball: In "One Flu Over the Loud House", she doesn't want to join her uninfected siblings' plan to escape from her flu-ridden sisters, instead opting to stay and care for her sick family. She even calls out Lincoln for treating them like lesser beings because of their condition. This doubles as Smart Ball.
  • Shipper on Deck: She and Lori act largely supportive of Luna and Sam's relationship in "Racing Hearts".
  • Shout-Out: Leni is named after Lennie Small from Of Mice and Men.
  • Simpleton Voice: Leni has the voice that perfectly suits her Dumb Blonde nature.
  • Slapstick Knows No Gender:
    • So far she's been used as Lisa's guinea pig twice, once in a flashback from "Left in the Dark" where her head is swollen and has pink spots all over her face. Then in "Project Loud House", Lisa gives her an ointment that turns her skin blue and almost gave her a bloating potion but was intercepted by Lincoln.
    • Another Running Gag in the series is her plowing into walls face first.
  • Smart Ball: Picks this up in "One Flu Over the Loud House", where she refuses to escape from her flu-ridden family and instead opts to stay and take care of them, even calling Lincoln out for treating them like lesser beings based on their condition.
  • Smarter Than You Look: Many throwaway lines suggest that Leni is smarter than she seems and only acts stupid to stand out. The same girl who has trouble distinguishing the "dumb one" of her family is also keenly aware of how airheaded her siblings find her.
  • Spiders Are Scary: Leni is shown to have ongoing arachnophobia.
  • Sudden Intelligence: She becomes even smarter than Lisa after being hit on the head with a shelf and several pairs of shoes in "Butterfly Effect", though this is later revealed to be all in Lincoln's head at the end of the episode.
  • Super Gullible: To say that she's easy to fool would be an understatement. Luan loves to exploit this for her pranks.
  • Talking in Your Sleep: She once had a "fashion nightmare" that she narrated while sleeping.
    Leni: Scrunchies...leg-warmers...SOCKS WITH SANDALS!
  • Teach Him Anger: In "Shop Girl", Leni is trained by her siblings to be more aggressive and able to stand up to herself. She succeeds initially, only to regress to her passiveness in the end.
  • Tomboyish Name: While definitely not a tomboy, she is the only sister in the house to have a guy-sounding name (Leni sounds like Lenny). But while most English speakers will think of the masculine name Lenny, Leni is actually a feminine German name. Three German Olympic athletes, Leni Schmidt, Helene "Leni" Junker, and Magdalena "Leni" Lohmar, all had this name.
  • Valley Girl: She's a teenage girl stereotypes of the Dumb Blonde variety. Lincoln has to resort to using "Leni-speak" in order to teach her how to drive.
  • Verbal Tic: She tends to say "like" a lot. In "Undie Pressure", her challenge (similar to the rest of her sisters) is ultimately not to say it. She fails quickly.
  • Why Did It Have to Be Snakes?: She hates spiders due to fear, which is a plot point in "Along Came a Sister".
  • Wide-Eyed Idealist: Leni perpetually sees the world through a positive light, being quite The Pollyanna and All-Loving Heroine. It takes quite a lot to knock the rose-colored glasses off her.

    Luna Loud 
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"STAGE DIIIIVE!!!"
Voiced by: (English) Nika Futterman
Voiced by: (Latin America) Alicia Barragán
Voiced by: (Italian) Elena Perino

The third-from-oldest of the Loud sisters, 15-year-old Luna is an aspiring musician with dreams of being a rock star. She's incredibly rambunctious when rocking out, but very mellow and grounded to reality in her free time.


  • Adorkable: She's an energetic, rambunctious metalhead, yes, but she's also quite friendly. Helps that she has Youthful Freckles and an insecure same-sex crush.
  • Affectionate Nickname: She herself goes by the alias "Lunes", which her father and Sam also address her by.
  • Beware the Nice Ones: Though she's known for being a Cool Big Sis, and the elder Loud sister that Lincoln feels the closest to, Luna still has her moments where she's not afraid to use her fists.
  • Bi the Way: Starts as Ambiguously Bi- she falls head over heels for Hugh just like her sisters, but when Lincoln reveals his substitute teacher is Ms. DiMartino, she's the only one of the sisters who calls her "smokin'". In "Out on a Limo", she calls the woman through the drive-thru speaker "luv". It becomes less ambiguous in "L is for Love" when her crush, Sam, turns out to be a girl. If the Imagine Spot in "Really Loud Music" when she sings "What Everybody Wants" is any indication she seems to prefer girls over guys.
  • Boyish Short Hair: Luna sports a pixie cut and is one of the more tomboyish of the Loud girls. To drive it home, before she came to love rock and roll she used to let her hair grow out.
  • Break the Cutie:
    • Gets hit with this hard in "Really Loud Music", in which she is forced by her managers to transition from her rock image to a pop one simply because the latter is more likely to win the crowd. It's painfully obvious that she didn't want to go through with it.
    • She suffers a milder case of this in "Racing Hearts", in which she is left bummed out over her and her date Sam having little in common.
  • Brief Accent Imitation: She sometimes speaks in a British accent, probably to imitate the British rock stars she loves. Her challenge in "Undie Pressure" is not to do this (she compensates by doing a Swedish accent instead.) She does well until she discovers there's a contest featuring who can do the best British accent.
  • Broken Ace: She's good at playing music. Not so much when it comes to composing it as seen in "House Music".
  • Character Development: Eventually becomes the second most important and fleshed out sister, next to Lori, enough to be considered the tritagonist.
  • Child Popstar: This image gets invoked on her in "Really Loud Music" as a result of her overly trusting nature towards showbiz authority, ultimately subverting her rock star desires.
  • Cool Big Sis: Fits this the best among the older Loud siblings due to her generally cool and kind nature, in comparison to the kind-but-dim-and-kooky Leni and Luan, and the more-abrasive Lori.
  • Cool Bike: Modified Leni's old bike into a chopper complete with a side-car before passing it along to Luan.
  • Corrupt the Cutie: She undergoes a massive Girliness Upgrade and gets introduced to the pop music world in "Really Loud Music", which she obviously didn't want. This was partly caused by her overly trusting nature of authority figures.
  • Daddy's Girl: Luna has a really close relationship to her dad, in addition to taking after him. She shares the entire plot with him in "House Music".
  • Fake Brit: An In-Universe example; she's an Anglophile and often speaks in a British accent.
  • Fangirl: She's a wholeheartedly devoted fan to Mick Swagger, ultimately viewing him as her idol.
  • Foil: She's this to both Luan and Lynn. While both of them are quite similar, they are also different in many ways.
    • Both Luna and Luan are brown-haired, showbiz-obsessed, kind-hearted, hammy Genki Girls who are Older Than They Look, wear skirts, and even have practically indifferent names sans the letters being rearranged; however, Luna is rather mellow, mature, and rational whenever not rocking out, while Luan is nearly always her cheerful, goofball self.
    • Both Luna and Lynn are brown-haired, rambunctious tomboys who can ham it up pretty good; however, Lynn is by default more jerkish, violent, and mean-spirited, while Luna is characteristically a Cool Big Sis with a mellow demeanor and good grip on reality.
  • Gayngst: Kinda sort of possibly. In "L is for Love" Luna shows a lot of uncertainty about whether her crush Sam would even like her, but it's not revealed that Sam is a girl until the end of the episode. The episode is ambiguous on if Luna's anxiety is specifically because they may be incompatible in orientation, or because of the insecurity that some have toward their crushes in general.
  • Genki Girl: She's highly energetic, especially when rocking out.
  • Gratuitous English: In the Italian dub, she usually greets Lincoln with "brother".
  • Hidden Buxom: The concept reel of "Cover Girls" (where she, not Luan, was dressed as Leni) showed that she isn't as flat as her character model generally depicts her as. Though that could very well be her wearing a pair of Fake Boobs as part of her disguise, being that Leni is most definitely not flat.
  • Hidden Depths:
    • Who would have thought that a wild future rock star like her could also play classical violin, or a harp?
    • "A Roadie To Nowhere" shows that she is way more adept at coding than she lets on.
  • High-School Sweethearts: She and Sam are an Official Couple as of "Racing Hearts".
  • Idiot Ball: Normally, Luna is among the more sensible of the Loud siblings, and possesses at least average intelligence. However, she can get so caught up rocking out that she does things that are incredibly stupid, for example trying to stage-dive people who clearly can't hold her weight, such as the six-year-olds at Lola and Lana's kiddie concert in "For Bros About to Rock" and Lily in "Changing the Baby".
  • Ink-Suit Actor: She does look a bit like Nika Futterman. This piece of fan art, showing caricatures of the actresses dressed as their respective characters, shows just how similar Luna and Futterman really look.
  • Jerkass Ball: In "House Music" she takes a level in jerkass after hearing that Mick Swagger will be scouting talents at the Family Fun Fair the Louds are competing in, going as far as kicking her dad out of their band and treating her other siblings harshly to suit her own needs.
  • Large Ham: Especially dramatic when she is rocking out.
  • Leitmotif: The theme tune played rock & roll style.
  • Likes Older Women: She refers to Lincoln's teacher as "smokin'".
  • Long Hair Is Feminine: Back when she was just a typical schoolgirl who hadn't even came to love rock & roll yet, Luna used to let her hair grow out.
  • Loony Fan: To the point she ended up on the news for chasing after Mick Swagger for a lock of his hair.
  • Maniac Tongue: She usually flails her tongue when rocking out. It also flops out when she's bounding after Hugh like a dog in "Study Muffin."
  • Motor Mouth: Prone to speaking quickly.
  • Mythology Gag: Her distinctly canine behavior in "Study Muffin" is a gag based on the fact that she's named after one of creator Chris Savino's two dachshunds.
  • Nice Girl: She is the second-nicest out of the Loud ladies (after Leni) and Lincoln usually gets along with her the best.
  • No Indoor Voice: She's considered the loudest of the Louds. Not surprising, given she's an aspiring musician.
  • Official Couple: After having received her love note at the end of "L is for Love", Sam Sharp is finally dating Luna as of "Racing Hearts".
  • Older Than They Look: She can pass as being 10 or 11 even though she's 15. This is best emphasized by her lack of breasts and Youthful Freckles.
  • O.O.C. Is Serious Business: In "A Tale of Two Tables", Luna tells Lincoln that singing is prohibited from the dinner table, which startles him.
  • Pink Means Feminine: She's forced to wear pink attire going hand-in-hand with her invoked popstar image in "Really Loud Music".
  • Red Oni, Blue Oni: The blue to Luan's red. Luna is very calm, mellow, and grounded in her free time, while Luan is always her cheerful, jokey self.
  • Rockers Smash Guitars:
    • She does this in "The Loudest Yard" after playing an electric guitar rendition of "The Star-Spangled Banner" in a nod to Jimi Hendrix.
    • In a flashback in "Hand-Me-Downer", she can be heard doing this off-screen before giving Lincoln the broken guitar.
  • Speaks in Shout-Outs: While usually not as incessantly or as intent on "nailing the occasion" as Luan with her puns, Luna clearly loves quoting well-known song lyrics in her normal speech. While these (as anyone would anticipate) usually are classic rock lyrics, she has demonstrated she isn't above tossing out an occasional "Oops!...I Did It Again" or "Achy Breaky Heart".
  • The Rock Star: More often than not she's rocking out on her guitar.
  • Tomboy: Luna is an aspiring rock star.
  • Tomboyish Voice: She loves rocking out on her electric guitar and aspires to be a rock star, which aren't particularly feminine activities, and she has a deep and raspy androgynous voice courtesy of Nika Futterman.
  • Tomboy with a Girly Streak: She's a rambunctious, deep-voiced electric guitar player, but she isn't completely devoid of a girly side; she regularly wears eyeshadow and a skirt, likes to apply facial cream to herself and gets giddy over the prospect of Lincoln having a girlfriend. This was also Invoked on her in "Really Loud Music", where she was forced to abandon her rockstar aspirations in favor of a pop image simply because the latter is more popular, and she wore incredibly glamorous and pink clothing to boot.
  • Totally Radical: Often uses slang like "dude".
  • Tritagonist: Eventually becomes the second most important of the sisters, next to Lori.
  • Unwillingly Girly Tomboy: She becomes one under her invoked "Lulu" image in "Really Loud Music", in which she is forced to become a materialistic and glamorous popstar simply because it outnumbers rock in popularity.
  • Verbal Tic: She says "dude" a lot even if she's talking to one of her sisters or another girl, and "brah" even if she's talking to her own brother.
  • Vocal Dissonance: Despite being 15 years old, she has a rather raspy, croaky voice.
  • Waxing Lyrical: Quite a few of her lines are references to real-life pop songs.
  • You Gotta Have Blue Hair: Invoked in "Really Loud Music", where Luna is forced to wear incredibly glamorous and feminine attire consisting entirely of pink, which includes her hair.
  • Youthful Freckles: To emphasize that she is one of the more energetic Loud sisters.

    Luan L. Loud 
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    Lynn L. Loud Jr. 
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"Lincoln, think fast!"
Voiced by: (English) Jessica DiCicco
Voiced by: (Latin America) Montserrat Mendoza
Voiced by: (Italian) Giada Bonanomi

The fifth-from-oldest of the Loud sisters at 13 years old, Lynn is very energetic and always up for sports. While a good person at heart, Lynn still has prominent tendencies of violent roughhousing and abrasiveness that make her unpleasant.


  • Adorkable: Has an energetic demeanor and a passion for sports. Helps that she has Youthful Freckles and a short stature.
  • All of the Other Reindeer: "Middle Men" reveals that she used to be her school's laughingstock until she herself decided to become a bully in order to survive middle school.
  • Ambiguous Disorder: Since she's rather quick to anger and seems kind of small for her age (considering that she's thirteen while Lincoln, who's eleven, and Lucy, who's eight, both appear to be the same height as Lynn), it's hinted that she has some sort of Napoleon Complex. "Middle Men" also implies she may have some degree of PTSD after her hellish first day of middle school, which ultimately permanently warped her personality.
  • ...And That Little Girl Was Me: In "Middle Men", Lynn Jr. tells Lincoln and Clyde, who are touring her middle school because that's where they will be attending, that they should not ask for directions, aggressively claim the best desk in a classroom, and never admit any big mistakes. She cites the story of a sixth grader who on her first day of school got lost and was tricked by some eight graders to be even more lost, got stuck in the worst desk in the class and had to be pulled out by the cafeteria lady who used grease to get her out, and when that girl admitted to farting during a test, she got made fun of by the whole school. Lincoln and Clyde take her advice to heart, and get a bunch of kids mad at them, who challenge them to a fight after school. When Lincoln calls out Lynn Jr. on her bad advise she admits that she was the girl in her stories, and didn't want the same thing to happen to them, but when the other meet up with them at the end of the day, they make peace, and tell them they won't fight.
  • Aww, Look! They Really Do Love Each Other:
    • Although she tires of Lucy's brooding and gloomy nature, she loves her all the same, even shown to enjoy Lucy's poetry after the two have a massive falling out in "Space Invader". In this same episode, she is thrilled when they make up.
    • Also, for all her roughhousing with Lincoln, it's also shown that she enjoys playing with him. For instance, in "Job Insecurity", they are shown having fun together shooting with paint guns. Like the others, she will also stick up for him when needed.
    • Her advice in "Middle Men" was well-meant and she's clearly upset she caused her little brother trouble on his first day of middle school.
  • Babysitter from Hell: In "Sitting Bull," Lori, Leni, Luna, and Luan pride themselves as the best baby sitters in town, and Lynn Jr. convinces them to let her in on the business. They immediately regret it when one of their regular customers calls to complain about Lynn Jr.'s rough treatment of her children. When they threaten to kick her out of their group, Lynn Jr. goes behind their backs, and steals their baby sitting gigs to prove she is a good babysitter, but the elder Loud sisters get fired by their regular clients, citing Lynn Jr.'s harsh treatment of their kids. When Lori, Leni, Luna, and Luan decide to get Lynn Jr. to quit, they stick her with the Fox Quintuplets, the rowdiest kids they know. When they find that Lynn Jr. got them to behave, they let her stay in their group only because she's the only one tough enough to handle the Fox Quintuplets.
  • Badass Adorable: Lynn has the appearance of an innocent child, but is by no means above using roughhousing.
  • Big Eater: She loves her meatball grinders, having eaten them for ten days in a row in "Sleuth or Consequences". She can also be seen busily wolfing down a burger out of nowhere while her siblings discuss Lola in "A Tattler's Tale". In "Hero Today, Gone Tomorrow", she's described by her soccer teammate Paula as "always hungry", and she even eats a burger off the locker room floor.
  • The Big Guy: Lynn is indisputably the most physical and athletic of the Loud siblings. She roughhouses all the time, plays almost every sport in the book, practices kickboxing and enjoys Mexican wrestling.
  • Big Sister Bully: Sometimes to Lincoln. Among all his sisters, she is the quickest to use threats and physical violence to get him to do what she wants. "Lynner Takes All" shows her behaving this way towards everyone in the family.
  • Big Sister Instinct: She goes out of her way to hunt down anyone who tries to mess with Lincoln. Anyone that isn't her, at any rate. This is most prominently shown in "Middle Men", where she insists on becoming Lincoln and Clyde's monitor during middle school orientation and coaches them on how to survive their first year there, confessing later that her first year of middle school was such a nightmare that she hoped to spare them the same experience.
  • Bitch in Sheep's Clothing: With nothing more than a passing glance, Lynn seems like an innocent girl who could do little wrong. Once you get to know her, you'll realize that she'll very often use roughhousing as a means of resolution. However, she zigzags between this and Jerk with a Heart of Gold.
  • Book Dumb: Apparently, Lynn is too thick-skulled to set her mind to anything other than sports, and has horrendous grades.
  • Bratty Teenage Daughter: A rare example of this trope that isn't a Valley Girl stereotype; Lynn occasionally throws tantrums and uses threats if she doesn't get her way.
  • Brilliant, but Lazy: Both downplayed and implied. In terms of smarts, she's not that bright, and certainly nowhere near close to Lisa. In fact, Lincoln's dream during "Butterfly Effect" suggest she would flunk her grades if Lisa didn't tutor her. However, when she goes for a more academic approach in "Future Tense" she actually manages to ace math.
  • Broken Ace: Considering the above trope, it's possible Lynn could be this. Lynn has exceptional athletic ability and is good at pretty much every sport known to man. Plus, her excelling at math in "Future Tense" indicates the intellectual capacity is there, it's just that she has no real interest in academia so she doesn't make an effort to develop her knowledge beyond anything sports-related. Despite her talents and abilities, Lynn's experiences as a victim of bullying in middle school have turned her into a highly aggressive, hot-headed Competition Freak, with a whole laundry list of character flaws that come with such a personality. For all her athleticism and potential cleverness, Lynn is a very violent and damaged individual.
  • Childish Tooth Gap: She used to have one when she was little.
  • Competition Freak: In any competition of any kind, Lynn will not accept anything other than her being the best. Even if the competition only exists in her mind, she will still not stop until she has won. She also goats and over celebrates her victories. This behavior has apparently earned the ire of her siblings.
  • Cool Bike: Has one that becomes a plot point in "Hand-Me Downer" Turns out it's a hand me down she modified herself.
  • Corrupt the Cutie: "Middle Men" explains the entire story behind Lynn's abrasive behavior. She was a confused newcomer to middle school and desperately needed advice on how to survive, so she joined a Gang of Bullies who encouraged her to become more abrasive, permanently warping her personality as a result.
  • Cute Bruiser: She's the most physical out of the Louds, and is a cute teenager.
  • Dark and Troubled Past: The episode "Middle Men" reveals that Lynn had a hellish first day of middle school in that she was a perpetual victim of bullying until she herself became one in order to survive the rest of the semester, which permanently scarred her personality.
  • Depending on the Writer: Lynn's personality ranges by episode from a Lovable Jock who loves her family deep down, or a full-fledged Jerk Jock with an abrasive demeanor and no redeeming qualities at all.
  • Determinator: When Lynn wants something, particularly to excel at something, expect her to go after it with full force. As she says herself in "Sitting Bull", "Lynn Loud does not accept defeat."
  • Dumb, but Diligent: Lynn is shown to be Book Dumb and unable to control her sportsmanship when least appropriate, but that doesn't preclude how good she is at sports.
  • Dumb Jock: Lincoln believes that if Lisa gives up tutoring Lynn, she'll flunk miserably in all of her classes. Lisa shares this opinion, claiming Lynn has ample room in her head for useless information.
  • Dumb Muscle: Lynn is apparently not very good at academia, if Lincoln and Lisa are to be believed, however, she is the most athletic and physical of all the Loud siblings.
  • Easily Impressed: Lynn gains amusement from turning the most mundane of things into sports.
  • Fartillery: She can execute a rather powerful Dutch oven much to Lincoln's dismay.
  • Freudian Excuse: "Middle Men" reveals as to why Lynn is so brash and abrasive: on her first day in middle school, she kept getting in troublesome situations that made her both the school's laughingstock and punching bag. As a result, she thought that if she could act as tough as the other students, she could make it through her middle school years much more easily.
  • Foil: She's this to her sister, Lola—while they are pretty similar to each other in some ways (big egos, short tempers, displaying aggressive behaviors when they want something and/or are trying to get a message across) they're still pretty different from each other in other ways.
    • Lynn's easily the most masculine of Lincoln's sisters, deals mainly with sports/athletic activities and doesn't mind getting hands dirty (literally-speaking, that is).
    • Lola's easily the most feminine of Lincoln's sisters, deals mainly with beauty pageants and prefers keeping her appearance clean.
  • Gasshole: She's usually very flatulent and loves giving Dutch ovens (especially to Lincoln)... and for some reason likes receiving them as well. She's also no rookie when it comes to burping, if episodes like "Lynner Takes All" and "Hero Today, Gone Tomorrow" are anything to go by.
  • Genius Ditz: Lincoln and Lisa imply Lynn to be academically incompetent. Despite this, she aces math when going for a more academic approach in "Future Tense".
  • Genki Girl: She needs all that energy to play sports as often as she does.
  • Hair-Trigger Temper: She's pretty aggressive and can be rather quick to anger.
  • Hidden Depths: She's quite mechanically gifted it turns out modifying the family bike into a top of the line sports bike.
  • Hot-Blooded: She's quite the enthusiastic and energetic girl most of the time.
  • Hypocritical Heartwarming: She's protective and supportive of Lincoln when she thinks he's being bullied, but is herself extremely quick to use physical threats against him to get her way.
  • Innocence Lost: Poor Lynn really got tarnished when she approached middle school. While she's still capable of showing genuine kindness for her family when the situation calls for it, she just can't channel off her emotional aggression due to the horrific middle school experience.
  • Jerkass Realization:
    • She does realize that she's a sore winner at the end of "Lynner Takes All" and promises to make efforts to change.
    • In "Net Gains" when she's forced to join the worst team in the local basketball league, she comes up with the strategy that the other girls should just pass her the ball. When she wins the first game, the other girls lament that they barely got a chance to play, which she retorts with "a win's a win, no matter who plays." When their next game ends in defeat, she brings in two older girls to help her win. When they win the game, Lynn Jr. calls them out on hogging the ball, and barely letting her play to which one girl replies "a win's a win, no matter who plays." At the championship game, Lynn supports her teammates, and passes the ball to them when she gets the chance, and though they lose the championship she was craving, Lynn Jr. learns that winning isn't everything.
  • Jerk Jock: She does love her family and is normally friendly. However, she is among the more aggressive siblings, as she loves roughhousing others and it's really not a good idea to get her angry.
  • Jerk with a Heart of Gold: She's one of the more aggressive of the Loud siblings, but she truly loves them and will stick up for them all the same.
  • Kiddie Kid: Lynn is rather immature.
    • In "Cereal Offender", she rides on a shopping cart and wrecks many aisles.
    • Her immaturity is also exhibited through her poor sportsmanship and throwing tantrums whenever she doesn't get what she wants.
    • Lynn's immaturity is a plot point of "Sitting Bull", where she's seen playing in the backyard with her younger twin siblings Lana and Lola, inducing skepticism in Lori, Leni, Luna, and Luan as to allow her to become the fifth babysitter.
  • Knight Templar Big Brother: Despite bullying Lincoln, she doesn't hesitate to beat up anyone else who bullies him.
  • The Lad-ette: Tomboyish and aggressive, and it's not many gals who can execute a perfect Dutch oven.
  • Lady Looks Like a Dude: It's not to mistake her for a boy at a first glance, as she has virtually no feminine characteristics other than her visible eyelashes like the rest of the sisters.
  • Large Ham: Not as much as Lola, though, but still can ham it up pretty good.
  • Le Parkour: She's a surprisingly skilled Traceuse, as shown in one episode.
  • Lovable Jock: Even though she does veer into the Jerk Jock and Big Sister Bully categories at times, she is still a friendly and outgoing girl and her heart is in the right place.
  • Muscles Are Meaningless: Has a fairly lanky and slender body type despite all of her training. Can and will excel at every sport known to man and is able to grapple with people twice her size with ease if needed.
  • The Napoleon: Is particularly short in height? Yes. Acts big all the time, like being energetic or bossy? Also check.
  • Older Than They Look: She could easily pass as someone around 11 years or even 8 years old despite being 13, given her short height, lack of breasts, and Youthful Freckles.
  • Passionate Sports Girl: To say that Lynn Loud Jr. loves sports would be an understatement, as she's probably the most prominent example of this trope in animation of The New '10s. She's played on teams for football, lacrosse, ice hockey, baseball, basketball, and roller derby, and has won championship games in all of them (except basketball). She even has various pre-game rituals for good luck. Additionally, she's a huge fan of Mexican wrestling and loves practicing it herself, and has stated that she's waiting for air hockey to become recognized as an Olympic sport. She plays soccer as well.
  • The Pig Pen: Downplayed in comparison to Lana, which is why they surprisingly don't work as roommates, despite both of them being tomboys. While she enjoys roughhousing and giving some nasty Dutch ovens, Lynn is shown at times to have a notably healthy hygiene, such as keeping her feet clean of callouses and whatnot. It makes sense when you consider her passion for sports, as any good athlete knows they need to take care of their bodies.
  • Pint-Sized Powerhouse: Despite her small size, she can causally lift and carry another person who is about the same size as her, with one hand. She effortlessly lifts a drawer in "11 Louds A Leapin" and a couch in "Potty Mouth".
  • Potty Emergency: For some reason, she believes it's bad luck to use the bathroom in any capacity before a game, leading to her inflicting this trope on her entire team by making them all hold it in for days. She seems to be the only one not bothered by it.
  • Puppy-Dog Eyes: She used it to convince Lincoln to let her share a room with him in "Space Invader".
  • Red Is Violent: Downplayed. Her signature color is red, and she's the roughest of the family, but not particularly violent.
  • Red Oni, Blue Oni: The red to Lucy's blue. Lynn is energetic and very aggressive, while Lucy is calm and more relaxed. In addition, Lynn is a Large Ham, while Lucy is The Quiet One. Coincidentally, red is Lynn's theme color.
  • Static Character: She used to have the least amount of character development among her siblings during Season 1 and Season 2. The only real development she's had was in "Lynner Takes All", where she's revealed to be an ultra-competitive sore loser but promises to take her gloating outside whenever she wins, and "Net Gains" where she learns that there shouldn't be an "I" in the team but a "we" and that winning is not everything, and even then that's peanuts compared to the development of her other siblings. Progress was made in "Middle Men" where she admits her approach to surviving middle school, being as aggressive as possible, isn't the best method, especially since it's affected her personality overall.
  • Sore Loser: She can't stand losing. "Lynner Takes All" shows that losing one board game is enough to cause a Sanity Slippage.
  • Super Strength: Lynn is strong enough to use Leni as a giant pair of weights.
  • Super-Strong Child: Lynn's baby photos showcased her as strong enough to lift weights despite only being an infant.
  • Tantrum Throwing: She'll resort to this alongside roughhousing if her desires are not met.
  • Teens Are Short: She's thirteen, but you wouldn't be able to tell from her height. She's noticeably shorter than Lincoln and the same height as Lucy, who are two and five years her junior.
  • Tomboy: One of the most masculine of Lincoln's sisters, along with Lana. It's telling that, in "One of the Boys", her male counterpart is the only one who has zero discernible personality change from his equivalent sister.
  • Tomboyish Ponytail: She wears her hair in a ponytail and is also the most tomboyish of the Loud sisters, loving pretty much all kinds of sports.
  • Tomboyish Voice: She has a rather deep and boyish voice, and she's one of the most masculine of the Loud girls.
  • Tomboy with a Girly Streak: Lynn Loud Jr. is arguably the most tomboyish of all the girls in the Loud family, if not all the girls in the show, taking her aggressive, masculine personality to huge extremes. She plays contact sports, loves practicing Mexican wrestling, and has a rather violent, ultra-competitive disposition. She is The Lad-ette, right down to being a Gasshole, and all-around unfeminine, to the point where her male counterpart in "One of the Boys" is almost an exact duplicate of her. However, when she’s part of the whole sibling group, she isn't above doing things that are girly. Examples include joining in the Squee! in "Heavy Meddle", partaking in Lucy’s makeover in "Back in Black" and watching Dream Boat with her sisters.
  • Trademark Favorite Food: Meatball grinders and spicy food, but downplayed because she's not obsessed with them.
  • Unsportsmanlike Gloating: "Lynner Takes All" shows that she's not a very good winner and that she loves rubbing her accomplishments in other people's faces (particularly those of her siblings). She does realize it during the episode and agrees to try to stop at the end.
  • Wrestler in All of Us: One of her many suggestions to take care of Lincoln's bully in "Heavy Meddle" was a Camel Clutch.
  • Youthful Freckles: She spends a lot of time outdoors playing sports, which is probably how she got them.

The Younger Sisters

    Lucy L. Loud 
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"You forgot me."
Voiced by: (English) Jessica DiCicco
Voiced by: (Latin America) Mireya Mendoza
Voiced by: (Italian) Gea Riva

The fourth-from-youngest of the Loud sisters, 8-year-old Lucy is a gloomy goth girl with an interest in Gothic poetry. She acts cynical and insincere most of the time, but it's all rooted in her Gothic nature.


  • Acting Your Intellectual Age: Lucy is 8 years old and is already aware of the world's cynicism, and as a result has abandoned the fun lifestyle that most kids her age are living.
  • Adorkable: In "Back in Black", where she develops a crush on Rocky and acts incredibly awkward around him. Her trying to act like a normal girl is even more gawky. She could also be seen as this when taking into account that she feels more strongly drawn to fictional characters than real people, and like Luan, owns a ventriloquist which she treats like a boyfriend.
  • Affectionate Nickname: Occasionally called "Luce".
  • Aloof Big Sister: Inverted to her older siblings and played straight to her younger siblings. She's rather distant and reserved.
  • Aloof Dark-Haired Girl: Lucy has black hair and is generally distant from her family.
  • Aww, Look! They Really Do Love Each Other:
    • Has almost nothing in common with Lynn, but still misses her company whenever they argue, admitting to being unable to sleep without her nearby tossing a ball around in "Space Invader".
    • She most often smiles when Lincoln, who is often creeped out by her, does something for her and the others, and usually repays his kindness such as when she made a comic book for him for standing up for her in "Sleuth or Consequences". In "Suite and Sour", she's happy to go ghost hunting with him.
  • Beware the Quiet Ones: She's stoic, distant, and reserved, but isn't afraid to join the other sisters' brawl.
  • Big Brother Worship: Downplayed. While she has her own conflicts with Lincoln and will never hesitate to call him out when he messes up, Lucy does on occasion display a level of respect and admiration for her older brother not seen from the other younger sisters. For example, going solely to him for opinion on her poems and admiring the fact that he can tolerate being humiliated by their siblings unlike herself.
  • Blinding Bangs: Her hair conceals her eyes. Apparently Mr. and Mrs. Loud let her grow her bangs because they were creeped out by her silent stares as a baby.
  • Boy Meets Ghoul: Lucy has a crush on Edwin, a vampire character in the Show Within a Show, Vampires of Melancholia.
  • Can't Take Criticism: She becomes depressed upon having her poetry rejected by officials in "Head Post's Anxiety".
  • Cargo Ship: In-Universe. She considers Edwin's bust her "soulmate" and kisses him at one point.
  • Catchphrase: "Sigh".
  • The Comically Serious: She's The Stoic in a house full of people with extreme reactions and it's played as a joke.
  • Companion Cube: She has a bond with her ventriloquist, Edwin.
  • Creepy Child: She's a goth. Isn't it obvious? Here are some of her creepy moments: she voted to spend their vacation at the beach in hopes of a shark attack. When Lincoln invited a friend over for a sleepover, she asked said friend if he would volunteer to be a corpse for a casket she was making. This scares the friend away. Finally, she suggested buying twin burial plots for their parents' anniversary, reasoning "Nothing says romance like eternity". And her favorite winter game is "Corpsicle", suggesting the only way to win is to catch hypothermia. Also, according to her parents, Lucy apparently didn't cry much as a baby and the reason they let her bangs grow to cover her eyes is because they found her staring to be creepy.
  • Creepy Monotone: She usually speaks with this tone of voice from time to time.
  • Dark Is Not Evil: Despite her gloomy demeanor, she's arguably one of the sisters Lincoln gets on with the most.
  • A Day in the Limelight: "Back in Black," centers on Lucy having a crush on Rocky, the younger brother of Lincoln's friend Rusty, with Lincoln's science project serving more as a B-plot. "Spell it Out" is about Lucy lamenting that she has no privacy, as well as no peace and quiet, because of her siblings. "Fandom Pains" revolves around her and her goth friends plotting to kill off a new character from their favorite TV show that was introduced to attract teenaged girls. "Head Poets Anxiety" has Lucy becoming Luan's protege after the former had a poem rejected from a publication, and the latter teaching her everything there is to know about persevering in the performing arts.
  • Deadpan Snarker: Her standard response to her family's antics is generally sarcasm or general wit told in the most unemotional way possible.
  • Dude, Not Funny!: In "Head Post's Anxiety", she reads her grandfather Pop-Pop a poem about death, only for it to come out wrong and prompt Luan to lighten up the mood with a more touching poem.
  • Dull Surprise: Rarely fazed and even when she is, she generally just says "Gasp!" with a slightly less monocord voice. Also noteworthy is whenever she screams, her voice goes no higher than how it normally sounds.
  • Eerie Pale-Skinned Brunette: Has much paler skin than the others and black hair. She's also quite morbid and Gothic.
  • The Eeyore: She's not a very cheerful person, and she often acts gloomy.
  • Emo: Zigzagged. She's got a similar focus on negativity and wears black clothes, but she doesn't have the punk aspect.
  • Emotionless Girl: She's definitely got emotions, it's just that she doesn't emote that much, her eyes are hidden which means they can't be used as a visual indicator for what she's feeling, nor does she have much in the way of body language.
  • Girly Girl with a Tomboy Streak: She's a Girly Girl in her own right, albeit a dark and morose one. She loves romance to the point that she owns (and kisses) a bust of her crush, she regularly wears a dress, she writes poetry, and she's even an avid fan of the comic series Princess Pony (which is considered too girly even by the show's quintessential Girly Girl, Lola). But she's also expressed a disdain for the color pink—not to mention her stoicism and interests in death, horror, fake blood, bats, etc. could hardly be considered girly. She's also not above roughhousing or fighting physically with her siblings, as she's seen in "Garage Banned" being quite rough with Lynn.
  • Goth: She's very gloomy, emotionless, stoic, dresses in all black (black hair included), and takes an interest in the morbid and otherworldly. She's apparently friends with many ghosts, conducts practice funerals in her spare time, and she frequently reads and writes depressing poetry.
  • Goth Girls Know Magic: Downplayed, in that she doesn't actually know any magic, but she's depicted to be interested in seances and magic spells. And at times, it's implied that they do work ("Garage Banned" and "Spell It Out").
  • Guilty Pleasure: In-Universe, she keeps her interest in the Princess Pony comic secret because her sisters think it's ridiculously sugary.
  • Hidden Depths:
    • Admits that even she needs a break from the dark and gloomy every once in a while, and is secretly a fan of the extremely "girly" Princess Pony series, which even Lola, the girliest Girly Girl of the ten sisters, doesn't like.
    • Also despite her seemingly casual disregard for everything, she admits that she couldn't cope with her siblings teasing the way Lincoln can, and sometimes implies she is somewhat insecure and lonely.
    • She owns a pink ribbon in the game "Lincoln's List".
  • Hidden Eyes: Lucy's eyes are hidden by her Blinding Bangs.
  • Identical Granddaughter: As seen here, Lucy looks exactly like her great-grandmother, Harriet.
  • Inexplicably Awesome: It's never revealed how she can sneak up on people so easily or why she appears to have telekinesis in one of the games.
  • Ironic Name: Her name means "light"; ironically, she's a dark goth.
  • Jumping-to-Conclusions Diagnosis: She was falsely assumed to be sick twice in "One Flu Over the Loud House", just because she's pale, even though she's always pale.
  • Leitmotif: The theme song played in a minor key on harpsichord.
  • Light Feminine and Dark Feminine: In "In Tents Debate", she is surprisingly labeled as one of the "girly" sisters who want to go to the beach (but only because of the possibility of a shark attack), making her the Dark Feminine in contrast to her blonde and conventionally feminine sisters' (Lori's, Leni's, and Lola's) Light Feminine.
  • Maybe Magic, Maybe Mundane: States that she can still see her family despite her hair covering her eyes. The fact her spells seem to work some of the time, and how she can walk into a room without being heard or noticed, also suggest this.
  • Middle Child Syndrome: Not exactly in the middle, as that goes to Lincoln, but she's a middle daughter, and often goes unnoticed by the others. "Spell It Out" explores this deeper.
  • Mind over Matter: Apparently, she's got telekinesis: the Lazy Sunday Interactive Game shows her levitating and lifting Geo and his hamster ball with her mind.
  • Nice Girl: Downplayed. Love for creepy things aside, Lucy is one of the friendlier Loud sisters.
  • Nightmare Fetishist: When Lincoln asks if she wants to go ghost-hunting with him, Lucy tells him that the ghosts are her friends.
  • Nightmare Fuel Station Attendant: Her morbid interests and Offscreen Teleportation tends to scare her siblings.
  • Noiseless Walker: Implied, judging by how nobody can notice her walking into a room.
  • Not So Above It All: In "Future Tense", she's shown several times taking poses with Luan, Lori and Leni and taking pictures to post on the Internet. At one point, she makes a duckface.
  • Not So Different:
    • She's secretly a fan of Princess Pony, which she reads whenever she tires of her gloomier interests. She also squeals in delight when she and the other sisters believe Lincoln has a girlfriend, and goes as ga-ga as the other girls over Lincoln's tutor, Hugh.
    • Shown in full in "Back In Black", where she develops a crush on a boy and goes so far as to try on makeup and her sister's dresses to try to get his attention, and this is before her sisters find out what she's up to and try to help her out. It turns out Lucy actually wishes to meet someone who understands her interests, and is surprised when her crush actually likes her normal self.
  • Not So Stoic: She can get angry and happy, and still look stoic. Can be this when Lisa, the less stoic Loud sister, isn't.
  • Offscreen Teleportation: She often appears behind her siblings when they least expect it, which freaks them out every time.
  • Perpetual Frowner: She doesn't smile much.
  • Raven Hair, Ivory Skin: Though considering everyone else in the family has either blond or brown hair (except Lincoln, who has white hair), hers is most likely dyed. In "Back In Black" she is shown to have blonde hair and there is no reference to it being dyed or a wig but in "Spell It Out" she looks exactly like her great grandmother and could have inherited her natural black hair.
  • Saying Sound Effects Out Loud: Instead of sighing, she often says the word "sigh" out loud, and has said "groan" at least once.
  • Stealth Hi/Bye: Never does a "Stealth Bye", but sometimes she appears to say hello.
  • The Stoic: She rarely expresses any emotion besides sadness.
  • Trademark Favorite Food: Blood pudding.
    • Any food that begins with "blood". However, it's not an obsessive interest.
  • Troubling Unchildlike Behavior: Well, her fascination with the morbid could be seen as such.
  • Vocal Dissonance: Has a very deep and monotone voice for an 8-year-old girl. Justified, as she's a goth.
  • When She Smiles: When she does smile, it's rather cute.
  • Wise Beyond Their Years: It's not common for an 8-year-old to be knowledgeable in the field of the goth subculture, but Lucy surprisingly is. She's probably the third-most mature of the Loud sisters, behind Lisa and Lori.
  • Younger Than They Look: She's eight, but her appearance and overall demeanor would make you think she's around Lincoln's age.

    Lana L. Loud 
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"Hey, Lincoln, check out my mud pie! It's nice and squishy!"
Voiced by: (English) Grey DeLisle
Voiced by: (Latin America) Karen Vallejo
Voiced by: (Italian) Jolanda Granato

The third youngest of the Loud sisters alongside her twin Lola, 6-year-old Lana is a scrappy tomboy, a talented handyman, and fancier of all things yucky.


  • Adorably Precocious Child: Despite acting like an average girl her age, Lana is relied on by adults as their go-to handyman, and is usually seen as cute for that.
  • Adorkable: Lana has a very playful and energetic personality.
  • Annoying Younger Sibling: Usually this to Lincoln due to being messy.
  • Aww, Look! They Really Do Love Each Other: She and Lola can get along sometimes like practicing to be hall monitors in "Get the Message".
    • They both cry about a basement ghost in "Left in the Dark".
    • They're both fascinated by Frank, Lincoln's class tarantula.
    • Lola allows Lana to keep the crown she won at a beauty pageant after she poses as her, due to her managing to win despite not acting like a girl.
    • "Patching Things Up" is basically an episode devoted to show that, in spite of their differences, the twins are very close to each other. They end up deliberately failing their final badge tests in the Bluebell Scouts trials so one of them wouldn't have to be in the Bluebells without the other.
    • They dance and have fun together during the party in "Party Down".
    • In some episodes, even if they are not not main focus, there are scenes in which they are shown playing together, such as in "Shell Shock" when they act as if "the floor is lava" or at the beginning of "Potty Mouth".
  • Beware the Nice Ones: Lana is nice, though she is no pushover.
  • Big Little Sister: She's a few minutes older than her twin sister Lola but Lola is a little taller than she is. Though that's probably because Lola wears high heels.
  • Cheerful Child: Lana is a characteristically happy 6-year-old, especially around gross surroundings.
  • Childish Tooth Gap: Lana is missing her two front teeth and is quite rambunctious.
  • Children Are Innocent: Lana has a playful outlook on natural unsanitary.
  • Child Prodigy: Not to Lisa's level, but Lana is only six and yet she is the family's go-to handyman (handygirl?) and an expert on mechanics.
  • Cloudcuckoolander: Even for a girl her age, Lana's fondness for nasty particles and bringing home natural beings is a bit too obsessive and persistent.
  • Collector of the Strange: Lana collects many bodily functions.
  • Crazy-Prepared: As a handyman, she always has her tools on her person, even packing a snow shovel inside her dress in "Toads and Tiaras" even though it was not winter. She also had a stash of wood ready for Lincoln to board up his room during Luan's rampage in "April Fools Rules"; her recommendation is mahogany.
  • The Cutie: Lana is a sweet Cheerful Child with a naive and playful demeanor. Her Childish Tooth Gap just adds to it. However, it's downplayed because of her slobbish hygiene and interest in unsanitary particles.
  • Everyone Has Standards: When Lincoln offers her a peanut butter and sauerkraut sandwich, she refuses, saying that's too gross even for her.
  • Extreme Omnivore: Will happily eat discarded food from either the trash or the ground, as well as live bugs and worms. She will even opt to catch fish with her bare hands just so she can eat the worms herself.
  • Filthy Fun: Often plays in the mud.
  • Foil: To Lola in terms of femininity and kindness.
  • Friend to All Living Things: Her Q&A states she wants to be a plumber/veterinarian/steam fitter, her super power of choice is talking to animals, and part of her perfect day includes saving an animal from a tree and her chore is cleaning up after the pets. In "Ruthless People", she even objects to the extermination of termites.
  • Friend to Bugs: Zigzagged. Sometimes she makes friends with bugs, sometimes she eats them.
  • Gasshole: As revealed by Lola in "Brawl in the Family", she often sleep-farts so loudly that it blocks the sound of snoring.
  • Girlish Pigtails: Though she's not very traditionally girly at all.
  • Hair of Gold, Heart of Gold: She's blonde and the nicer one of the twins.
  • Hidden Depths: Her palette might be generally yucky, but a throwaway line she shouts in "Fed Up", (specifically, while all kids shout out that they want pizza, she can instead be heard saying, "Indian!") she might actually have a taste for exotic cuisine.
  • Hot-Blooded: Lana gets pumped up quickly.
  • Innocent Prodigy: Despite being the family's handygirl and an expert on mechanics, Lana still acts like the 6-year-old she is, especially if you compare her to Lisa.
  • Ironic Name: Her name means "attractive" or "peaceful", which she is in fact, not.
  • Mistaken for Thief: In one "Listen Out Loud" installment, Lincoln thinks she stole a hammock.
  • Ms Fix It: Knows how to fix many things, including cars, toilets, and TVs.
  • Never Bareheaded: She's almost never seen without a hat on her head, mostly her red baseball cap. When she has to wear another, she wears it over her current one, as shown when she wore tiaras over her hat. She even sometimes wears her hat to bed. The only times so far she was seen bareheaded was in a picture at the start of the pilot short, throughout much of "Toads and Tiaras", and when she sleeps/is in her pyjamas.
  • Nice Girl: Typically very kind and fun-loving despite her rough and messy manner, and much more laid back compared to Lola. One of the ways Lola and her are Polar Opposite Twins.
  • Nice Hat: A red baseball cap.
  • Nose Nuggets: She's a nose-picker.
  • Outdoorsy Gal: She spends a lot of time playing outdoors.
  • Oral Fixation: She really loves bubble gum. So much that she'll even chew old pieces that she dug out of the garbage. Then again, she likes digging through the garbage in general, so maybe that part is more indicative of her messiness than her love of gum.
  • Perpetual Smiler: You hardly ever see her frown.
  • The Pig Pen: She likes digging through garbage. Cleanliness is not high on her priorities list.
  • Polar Opposite Twins: With Lola, being the mess-obsessed tomboy to Lola's beauty-obsessed girly girl. This proves to be an obstacle when she attempts to pose as Lola in a beauty pageant.
  • She Cleans Up Nicely: In "Toads and Tiaras", while impersonating Lola at a beauty pageant, she wears one of her sister's gowns and does another hairstyle. She actually looks gorgeous. Even she ends up admitting that she kinda likes the "sparkly towel".
  • Toilet Humour: Often part of jokes about poop, mud, snot, etc.
  • Token Religious Teammate: She was the only one seen praying before bed in "Fool's Paradise."
  • Tomboy: Her interests, such as engineering and messy play, are stereotypically associated with boys.
  • Tomboy and Girly Girl: The dirt-loving Tomboy to Lola's Girly Girl; Lana loves mechanics, mud, dumpster diving, frogs, and all things filthy. Lola on the other hand loves pink, sparkles, frills, beauty pageants, and stuffed animals.
  • Tomboyish Baseball Cap: Wears a backwards baseball cap and is what some might describe as a "tomboy".
  • Tomboyish Voice: Her voice is rather raspy and boyish for a six-year-old girl.
  • Tomboy with a Girly Streak: Lana Loud is the show’s quintessential example of a tomboy, and is more-or-less meant to resemble the stereotype, right down to the clothes. She’s dirty, messy, rough, tough, raspy-voiced, and contrasts spectacularly with her twin sister, who is a huge Girly Girl and likes pageants and pretty stuff. However, when she was forced into partaking in a pageant in “Toads and Tiaras”, she discovered she didn’t mind wearing a dress (though she thought it was a sparkly towel). She also has a motherly, nurturing side when it comes to her pets, or all animals in general. In addition, she sometimes joins in with the other sisters in doing girly things like watching Dream Boat, squeeing with Lola about the their chance to become bluebells or the collective squee from “Heavy Meddle”. It's best demonstrated by the fact that she genuinely gets along the best with her extremely feminine and girly twin sister Lola despite having a more masculine sister in Lynn.
  • Trademark Favorite Food: Known to be quite keen on eating snot and ABC gum.
  • Vocal Dissonance: Has quite a gravelly voice for a little girl.
  • Vocal Evolution: Her voice had a rather high pitch (though not nearly as high as her twin) in the early episodes of the first season, but got progressively deeper as the series progressed.
  • Why Did It Have to Be Snakes?: She's scared of heights.
  • Wrench Wench: Likes to fix cars.

    Lola Loud 
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"I'm telling dad!"
Voiced by: (English) Grey DeLisle
Voiced by: (Latin America) Karen Vallejo
Voiced by: (Italian) Monica Volpe

The third youngest of the Loud sisters alongside her twin sister Lana, 6-year-old Lola is, in stark contrast to her twin, a dainty, bratty, hot-tempered fashionista who dresses in pageant attire and regularly competes in beauty pageants.


  • Age-Inappropriate Dress: Lola regularly wears a dress, even when out in public, and even at her school.
  • Ambidextrous Sprite: Her side swept bangs tend to switch their direction often.
  • Ambiguous Disorder: She tends to lash out at people for petty offenses, even ones that aren't aimed at her, in a very distressing manner.
  • Annoying Younger Sibling: She is usually this to Lincoln due to blackmailing.
  • The Atoner: Becomes this in "A Tattler's Tale" when she blackmails all her siblings into spending time with her by threatening to spill their secrets, only to go to her parents and take the fall for all of them when they threaten to spill hers, realizing she hadn't earned their trust and instead chose to work for it. It works and she's finally allowed to join their secret club meets.
  • Attention Deficit... Ooh, Shiny!: Pretty things like glitter apparently trigger this reaction from her.
  • Aww, Look! They Really Do Love Each Other: She and Lana can get along sometimes like practicing to be hall monitors in "Get the Message".
    • They both cry about a basement ghost in "Left in the Dark".
    • They both like Frank, Lincoln's class tarantula.
    • When Lana poses as her and wins a beauty pageant despite acting like herself instead of Lola, she allows her to keep the crown that she won.
    • "Patching Things Up" is basically an episode devoted to show that, in spite of their differences, the twins are very close to each other. They end up deliberately failing their final badge tests in the Bluebell Scouts trials so one of them wouldn't have to be in the Bluebells without the other.
    • They dance and have fun together during the party in "Party Down".
    • In some episodes, even if they are not the main focus, there are scenes in which they are shown playing together, such as in "Shell Shock" when they act as if "the floor is lava" or at the beginning of "Potty Mouth".
    • This is also a plot point in "A Tattler's Tale", where she's resentful that her siblings won't let her into their secrets' club so she resorts to blackmail to force them to play with her. When they are prepared to do the same to her, Lola has a change of heart and realizes she hadn't earned their trust, and takes the fall for all of their past offenses to prove she's willing to work for it. It works, and for it they finally accept her into their club circle.
  • Ax-Crazy: Downplayed. She becomes this when pushed to the point of anger. So look out.
  • Badass Adorable: Lola has the cuteness of a typical little girl, but isn't afraid to exhibit an Ax-Crazy side if the plot demands it.
  • Big Little Sister: The younger twin by two minutes, but is just a bit taller than her. This is because she wears high heels. This seems to be zigzagged, as sometimes she'll be taller than Lana or the same height as her.
  • Big Sister Bully: Inverted, she's a little sister bully to her older siblings. She bosses them around and yells at them for small things.
  • Bitch in Sheep's Clothing: At a first glance, she may seem like an innocent little girl, but needless to say, she isn't innocent at all.
  • Bratty Half-Pint: She is short tempered, rude, and demanding.
  • Breaking the Fourth Wall: The ending of "A Tattler's Tale" has her being the first sister to talk to the audience.
  • Bring My Brown Pants: Implied in one episode, where she mentions needing a new pair of underwear. She also soiled her pants out of sensitivity to one of Luan's pranks in "April Fool's Rules".
  • Cheated Angle: Even though Lola's cowlick is combed at the right, it sometimes alters between shots.
  • Childish Tooth Gap: Lola is missing her two front teeth and is the brattiest of her siblings.
  • Cool Crown: She usually wears a tiara on her head.
  • Creepy Child: Lola most often lashes out at her siblings, but "Toads and Tiaras" takes the cake.
  • Cute Bruiser: She makes a terrifyingly effective security guard, and often partakes in the siblings' brawl. In "No Guts, No Glori", Lori and Lincoln opt to distract her rather than trying to overpower her.
  • Cute and Psycho: DON'T piss her off, or you'll regret doing so for the rest of your life.
  • Deadpan Snarker: Lola is capable of delivering sarcasm to signify her stress.
  • Deliberately Cute Child: Lola sometimes uses her endearing nature as a manipulation tactic.
  • The Dentist Episode: In one of the podcasts, she gets a dentist appointment.
  • Determinator: Shown in full during the bet in "Undie Pressure", she is very determined for her age.
  • Drama Queen: Highly dramatic and hammy.
  • The Dreaded: The Loud siblings try to avoid making her upset. The possibly fake stories in "Sounds of Silence" demonstrate why.
  • Enfant Terrible: Though Lisa and Lily (who's a baby) are in fact younger than her, she is one of the younger Louds and is also very aggressive. A few examples can be found on this show's Nightmare Fuel page.
  • Everyone Has Standards: She does have her limits when it comes to being "girly", as she feels Princess Pony is too much even for her to stomach. She's also somewhat able to tell when her antics have crossed the line and is generally remorseful once she realizes this.
  • Face of an Angel, Mind of a Demon: She's absolutely adorable...and also terrifying and diabolical when crossed.
  • False Teeth Tomfoolery: Occasionally wears a retainer with false front teeth, like when she's competing in a pageant.
  • The Fashionista: Clothes are a high priority for her and she doesn't like getting her outfit dirty.
  • Friend to Bugs: Downplayed. She doesn't normally like bugs, but she's on good terms with Frank.
  • Foil: She's this to her sister, Lynn—while they are pretty similar to each other in some ways (in that they both have big egos, are quick to anger, display aggressive behaviors when they want something and/or are trying to get a message across) they're still pretty different from each other in other ways. The main differences between them —
    • Lynn's easily the most masculine of Lincoln's sisters, deals mainly with sports/athletic activities and doesn't mind getting her hands dirty (literally-speaking, that is).
    • Lola's easily the most feminine of Lincoln's sisters, deals mainly with beauty pageants and prefers keeping her appearance clean.
  • Gasshole: As shown in "Come Sale Away", she is apparently the best burper in the family.
  • Girls Love Stuffed Animals: Has a good number of stuffed animals in her and Lana's bedroom.
  • Girly Girl: Obviously so. Her interests in princesses and beauty pageants are stereotypically feminine.
  • Girly Girl with a Tomboy Streak: Lola Loud is arguably the most feminine out of all ten of Lincoln's sisters. She loves the color pink and is obsessed with princesses, to the point where she regularly dresses like one! She also likes throwing tea parties, competes in beauty pageants, prefers keeping her appearance clean, plays with dolls, and has a lot of stuffed animals. However, she actually thinks Lincoln's class tarantula is cute. Also, despite being so girly, Lola isn't interested in the Princess Pony series since even she has standards. She also won the family Burping Contest and was quite proud of herself for it. Moreover, she can often be seen playing scrappily and rough with her extremely tomboyish twin sister Lana, as well as genuinely getting along best with her, despite having several more feminine sisters like Lori and Leni.
  • Hair Decorations: She usually wears a tiara on her head.
  • Hair-Trigger Temper: Lola really isn't that difficult to set off, especially if you interfere with her possessions or pageant career. When she gets angry, the results aren't pretty. Fortunately, all the other Loud siblings know to avoid making her mad.
  • Heroic Comedic Sociopath: Lola can be this at times. See "April Fools Rule", "Loudest Yard", "Sound of Silence", "Tattler's Tale", and "Undie Pressure". Some fans depicted her as an arrogant sociopath.
  • Hidden Depths:
    • Despite her "girliness", she's not averse in joining some of the cruder antics of the siblings, such as burping contests.
    • She's pretty good with stick-based weapons, such as golf clubs. Probably from all those ribbon dances she's doing for beauty pageants... invoked
    • For a six-year-old, she's very mature when it comes to working independently with minimal supervision, as she's homeschooled during the main competition season for beauty pageants.
  • Injured Limb Episode: In "Toads and Tiaras", she breaks an arm and a leg.
  • In-Series Nickname: Lana and Lori have both referred to her as Loles.
  • It's All About Me: Justified, because she's only six. However, she's selfish even by the standards of most kids her age.
  • Jerk with a Heart of Gold: At her worst, she can be very nasty and vindictive. However, sometimes; her siblings tend to bring out the best in her just as much as they bring out her worst.
    • She actually thanks Lincoln for various small things, like the tea party snacks in "Left in the Dark" and solving disputes between her and Lana in "Project Loud House".
    • She genuinely feels sorrowful for the "death" of Frank, going so far as to scold Cliff and Lana for disrespectfully coughing up hairballs Frank's "funeral" and picking up said hairball in "Along Came a Sister".
    • And she buys Lincoln the pair of cozy underwear he asked for, if he won the bet and releases him from his end of the bet, realizing it's unfair for him to give up his annoying habit while the others didn't. in "Undie Pressure".
    • Lola was panicked in "Out of the Picture" when a bad photo might threaten her pageant career. She was demonstrably grateful to baby Lily for taking a perfectly cute photo of her. She was effusively grateful to Lincoln and Clyde for putting that same cute photo in the yearbook instead of the terrible one the coach took.
  • Kids Are Cruel: For a 6-year-old, she has a short temper and coldhearted streak that can venture into Ax-Crazy territory at times.
  • Large Ham: Perhaps the biggest one among the Loud siblings, owed in no small part to her fierce temper.
  • Likable Villain: Sometimes. She's not actually a villain, though she does play the antagonist role in certain episodes, but she's definitely way more likable than some other loud-mouthed spoiled brats.
  • Long Hair Is Feminine: Lola's down hair separates herself from her pigtailed twin Lana.
  • The Napoleon: She is a very short young girl, but boy, is she bossy.
  • Narcissist: She has a high opinion of herself. In "Undie Pressure," she continuously stared at herself in her compact mirror, and almost lost it while trying to go without looking at herself over the family bet.
  • Neat Freak: She hates getting dirty or getting her possessions dirty.
  • Never Bareheaded: Like Lana, she almost never takes off her tiara.
  • Never Learned to Read: Downplayed — as revealed in "Read Aloud," the reason why she doesn't want to read anything is because she is still learning how to read, and because of that, she is quite slow at it.
  • No Indoor Voice: Sometimes speaks in a vindictive tone of voice due to her bad temper.
  • O.O.C. Is Serious Business: Lola is usually the one scaring her siblings with her aggressive and domineering behavior, so whenever she gets scared, be very afraid.
  • Pink Means Feminine: Literally everything she owns is pink (except her pony toy and her crown).
  • Polar Opposite Twins: With Lana, being the beauty-obsessed girly girl to Lana's mess-obsessed tomboy.
  • Princess Phase: Lola is clearly going through hers, since she dresses up like a princess with a long pink dress, sash and tiara.
  • Princesses Prefer Pink: She likes to dress and act like a princess, and most of her outfits are pink.
  • Slasher Smile: This was a running gag in "Sound of Silence".
  • Slobs Vs Snobs: She's a neat freak and arrogant and she often argues with Lana, who's slobby and likes getting dirty.
  • Small Name, Big Ego: Her Q&A answer for the best thing about having several siblings is they're lucky to have her.
  • Spoiled Brat: With her own toy car, her own princess bed, her dad getting her a subscription to the Princess Channel, and acting like a spoiled princess most of the time, she comes across as this, since she's the one who's most determined to get her way and gets extremely angry when she doesn't.
  • The Stool Pigeon: As the above quote suggests, her first response when one of her siblings does something wrong is usually threatening to tell their parents.
  • Sweet Tooth: Loves sugary food.
  • Tiny Tyrannical Girl: She is a cute little 6-year old, but for the love of god, do not make her angry.
  • Token Evil Teammate: Downplayed. She is not evil since she has nicer moments, but she is the meanest and most vicious of the Loud siblings (except for Luan on April Fool's Day.)
  • Tomboy and Girly Girl: She's the Girly Girl who loves pink, sparkles, frills, beauty pageants, and stuffed toys to her twin sister Lana's Tomboy, who loves mechanics, mud, dumpster diving, frogs, and all things filthy.
  • Took a Level in Kindness: In Season 2 and onwards, the negative aspects of her personality usually tend to be downplayed.
  • Troubling Unchildlike Behavior: Her Q&A says her idea of a perfect day involves world domination. Also, according to a line of hers in "April Fools Rules", she occasionally watches mob movies. May actually explain where she got the idea to break Lincoln's leg with her car. invoked
  • Villain Protagonist: One of the main characters, and she just so happens to be a Bratty Half-Pint.
  • Villain Respect: She has had her moments of this; just when she was about to throttle Lincoln for having Lana pose as herself in a pageant behind her back, Lana won the entire competition hands down. In her own words, she "respects a winner", and for this lets Lana and Lincoln keep the prize.
  • Wrath: Best known for having a formidable rage, especially when her siblings (or anyone else) gets on her bad side.
  • Your Size May Vary: Sometimes she's taller than Lana, while at other times she's the same height as her.

    Lisa Marie Loud 
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"You Say Tomato, I say solanum lycopersicum."
Voiced by: (English) Lara Jill Miller
Voiced by: (Latin America) Alondra Hidalgo
Voiced by: (Italian) Giuliana Atepi

The second youngest of the Loud sisters at 4 years old, Lisa is a prodigy who is usually invested in research, projects, and experiments.


  • Acting Your Intellectual Age: Lisa is extremely intelligent for a 4-year-old. As a result, she is also very mature and has trouble relating to other children around her age.
  • Adorably Precocious Child: Lisa is a Child Prodigy genius who tends to have the most maturity out of all her siblings, yet that doesn't stop her from occasionally joining in on the fun, as exemplified when she engages in food fights and goes trick-or-treating.
  • Adorkable: She is a genius, but she is still a dorky and cute 4-year-old whose experiments tend to backfire. She is especially this when she shows her sillier side. Her messy hair, thick-rimmed Nerd Glasses, green turtleneck, and lispy voice drive it home.
  • Affectionate Nickname: Her family tends to call her "Lis" (pronounced like the word lease).
  • Ambiguous Disorder: She has a monotone voice, immense Child Prodigy tendencies, a condescending attitude, an obsessive preference to use more complex vocabulary, and lacks social skills.
  • Bad Liar: Whenever she tries to lie about something, she always has a nervous look on her face when she does. Even half-truths can make her react like this.
  • Bald Woman: She's actually wearing a wig after what she put as, "Nuclear experiment gone wrong." However, her hair might have grown back since then.
  • Black Bead Eyes: Whenever she's seen without her glasses such as in "Picture Perfect".
  • Blind Without 'Em: She cannot see without her huge glasses, as revealed in "Picture Perfect". She actually performs laser eye surgery on herself in "Making the Grade" to remove the problem, but goes back to wearing glasses at the end, presumably because she likes the look despite no longer needing them.
  • Blunt "Yes": Whenever using her Brutal Honesty. This is a flaw that she can't help having.
  • Borrowed Catchphrase: She says "Poo-poo" when pretending to be Lily in "Potty Mouth".
  • Boyish Short Hair: She is among the less traditionally feminine of the Loud sisters, and her hair (which is actually a wig in at least some episodes) is fashioned in a short, scruffy, unkempt bob cut.
  • Brainy Brunette: She has brown hair and is the smartest of all the Louds.
  • Brutal Honesty: Lisa does not mince words. It is utterly impossible for her to keep secrets.
  • Character Tics:
  • Child Prodigy: Exaggerated Trope—at only four years old (a year before most children start kindergarten), Lisa has already finished school up through getting a doctorate degree. However, "Making the Grade" shows that she attends kindergarten as anybody of her age.
  • The Comically Serious: So stoic that it's funny.
  • Covert Pervert: She's usually stoic and reserved, but in "Study Muffin", she smiles with glee when Hugh asks what they're going to study...which was his abdominus muscles. Then Lisa wanted to "examine" his gluteus.
  • Crazy-Prepared: Being a genius, she seems to have something on hand for virtually anything; even making an underground bunker to keep Luan away in "April Fools Rules".
  • Creepy Child: Not as much as Lucy or Lola, but either way, Lisa is a 4-year-old Mad Scientist who is prone to making invasive and dangerous experiments on her family. Her "smile" isn't much better.
  • Deadpan Snarker: She is constantly deadpan to go with her unemotional habits, and likewise speaks sarcasm as if it was a second language.
  • Ditzy Genius: Between doing taxes for her parents, giving university lectures, and owning a Nobel Prize, Lisa's academic finesse cannot be questioned. But for all her accomplishment in book smarts, she's a bit lacking in mundane sense. She fails to see why experimenting on a one-year-old baby would be a bad idea and her experiments often fail spectacularly over trivial mistakes. She's basically a female Dexter in this regard.
  • Dork in a Sweater: She wears a green turtleneck and is nerdy.
  • Emotionless Girl: She speaks with hardly any sign of emotions and gets emotional only in very special cases.
  • Extra Digits: Lisa grew a sixth toe due to a drastic nuclear experiment.
  • Fatal Flaw: If she tries something new and likes it, then she has a tendency to go overboard with it.
  • For Science!: Her main motivation in life is to further her research, and human understanding. In fact, she's willing to go as far as using her own siblings as lab rats, and is revealed in "Sleuth and Consequences" to keep track of her entire family's bathroom habits for another unexplained study.
  • Full-Name Ultimatum: In "April Fools Rules", her full name is stated by Rita to be "Lisa Marie Loud". Subverted as her parents are not mad at her but are trying to convince her to let them into her bunker to hide from Luan.
  • Gadgeteer Genius: "Snow Bored" shows she has a talent for creating gadgets as well, like a battle robot, various firearms for shooting snow balls, and even a snowball tank.
  • Genius Sweet Tooth: "Party Down" reveals that Lisa really likes chocolate and even owns a fountain of it. She gets a sugar high from eating too much of it.
  • Good Is Not Nice: She's on the side of good, but she's brutally honest and she often peforms invasive or dangerous experiments on her siblings without their consent.
  • Hairstyle Malfunction: "Room with a Feud" reveals she lost her hair due to an accident in her lab. Her "hair" (at least in that episode and "Potty Mouth", but it might have grown back later) is actually a wig, which hides the fact her brain is visible, as well as green and pulsating (even though it wasn't visible in "Potty Mouth").
  • Heterosexual Life-Partners: She developed a friendship with a girl in her preschool class named Darcy, despite their contrasting maturity. Lisa's maturity level in fact regresses into that of a socially expected Cheerful Child whenever around her.
  • Hidden Depths: For a scientific genius, she's implied to have an appreciation for music. In "For Bros About To Rock", she enjoys opera music and "Potty Mouth" has her appreciating rap music. She also demonstrated that she can play a xylophone flawlessly, implying that Luna mightn't be the only musically gifted Loud.
  • Hollywood Tone-Deaf: As shown in "Potty Mouth", she's a surprisingly passionate singer, but not a very good one.
  • Improbable Age: She's four and already out of college.
  • In-Series Nickname: She goes by the nickname of "Lancy".
  • Insufferable Genius: Prone to being boastful about her intellectual superiority.
  • Jerk with a Heart of Gold: Despite being extremely blunt and often performing dangerous or invasive experiments on her siblings, she loves each one of them dearly and is a well-meaning person overall.
  • Little Professor Dialogue: She's four and speaks using large and technical words. It comes with the territory of being a Child Prodigy.
  • Mad Scientist: While not evil, she does have shades of this, such as using her siblings as guinea pigs for her experiments, and outright creating a monster out of trash in "Chore and Peace". Lincoln even caught her manically laughing just before she pulled a huge lever on a series of electrodes attached to Lily in "Changing the Baby".
  • Meganekko: She's a cute, dorky 4-year-old who wears glasses.
  • Mood-Swinger: Of a sort. While she's stoic almost all the time, when she feels, she really feels.
  • Music/Age Dissonance: She listens to a song with the word "dammit" in it in "Potty Mouth".
  • My Brain Is Big: Downplayed. Her brain is not ridiculously big, but pulsating when she's not wearing her wig in "Room With a Feud".
  • Nerd Glasses: Always wears a large pair of very thick glasses, and it's implied she can't see properly without them. The only times she doesn't wear them are when Lincoln takes them away in "Picture Perfect", when she dresses up as her sisters in "Cover Girls", and when she performs Self-Surgery to remove the problem in "Making the Grade". She still wears them afterwards, however, presumably out of choice rather than necessity.
  • Nerdy Nasalness: She's the Child Prodigy of the family and speaks with a nasally voice and a pronounced lisp.
  • Non-Standard Character Design: The only Loud sibling with Black Bead Eyes.
  • No Social Skills: Having a genius I.Q., and shown to be an accomplished researcher and lecturer, she believes that intimate interpersonal relationships are a waste of time. Case in point, she sees no reason why her family should not be exposed to dangerous chemicals, or make them part of a potentially risky experiment. In "Friend or Faux?" when she protests to her teacher that the failing grade in "Social Skills" is wrecking her prefect academic record, her teacher says that she'll give Lisa a passing grade if she makes a friend. Lisa makes the Friend-Bot 1000, to which her teacher says she has to befriend one of her classmates. Lisa then responds that at most she sees the other kids in her class as co-workers, or at least as subjects in her experiments. She does make a friend in that episode, though.
  • Not So Above It All:
    • Despite being the genius in the family, she still has a tendency to indulge in childish fun like food fights.
    • She also loves to go trick-or-treating on Halloween.
  • Not So Stoic:
    • A more prominent example than Lucy, but she doesn't react to much. That said, even she cannot help but squeal in delight when she and her sisters assume (correctly) that the girl Lincoln has been having trouble with is a Loving Bully. She does actually lampshade how she normally doesn't care for these things before proceeding to squeal.
    • She cries in several episodes like "11 Louds a Leapin'" and "The Green House".
  • Omnidisciplinary Scientist: Lisa has been shown to work with robotics, chemistry, engineering, the handling of radioactive materials, and more.
  • The Omniscient: Downplayed. Thanks to her genius, she's very knowledgeable about almost everything she's learned, and she's intelligent enough to be very wise for her age.
  • Only Sane Woman: Lisa tends to be the most rational and adult-like of the Loud siblings, sometimes even more than Lori, courtesy of being a Child Prodigy who's already graduated college.
  • Perpetual Frowner: Usually she is frowning or has a neutral expression.
  • Pretty Fly for a White Guy: Whenever she explains something using scientific jargon, she'll follow it with "street name: [simplified/common term ]" She has stated numerous times that she enjoys listening to West Coast Rap, and will sometimes drop a beat.
  • Self-Surgery: Performs laser eye surgery on herself in "Making the Grade" to help build a "cool" image. While she goes back to wearing glasses at the end, there's no indication that she reversed the process.
  • Sesquipedalian Loquaciousness: Uses big words for simplest things (such as "natrium sodite" instead of "salt").
  • Skintone Sclerae: This is what she looks like without her glasses on.
  • The Smart Guy: She is the most academic of the siblings, having already finished school up through getting a PhD at the age of 4. She has an incredible knowledge of science and mathematics, to the point where she does the family's taxes and gives lectures at the university.
  • Smart People Wear Glasses: The only one of her family to wear glasses and is a Child Prodigy.
  • Speech Impediment: She speaks with a lateral lisp.
  • Squee!: Her reaction to Lincoln apparently having a Loving Bully.
  • The Stoic: She is almost completely unemotional, and generally reacts to the family's antics with disinterest. She tends to fulfill this role when Lucy doesn't. She even describes herself as "normally [not caring] for inane human emotions…"
  • Stoic Spectacles: A rare female example. She wears big glasses and is unemotional.
  • Suddenly Fluent in Gibberish: According to the comic, she can understand Lily.
  • Sugar-and-Ice Personality: She prefers to be emotionally distant, but went into Squee! mode when she and sisters found out that Lincoln had a Loving Bully and does love her family.
  • Terrified of Germs: Often has some kind of cleaning fluid handy to disinfect anything likely to be riddled with germs.
  • Toilet Humour: Sometimes, she studies poop.
  • Tomboy with a Girly Streak: She's got Boyish Short Hair, an unkempt appearance, an affinity for physical sciences and experiments involving explosions and poop, and a very stoic and snarky demeanor. Despite being more on the tomboyish side, she does have a soft spot for soap operas, and she is overjoyed (along with the rest of her sisters) at the prospect of a girl having a crush on Lincoln.
  • Tomboy and Girly Girl: The Tomboy to her kindergarten friend Darcy's Girly Girl. She's stoic, snarky, brutally honest, likes science, and has an unkempt appearance. Darcy, on the other hand, is very sensitive, likes cute things (evidenced by how she let out a Squee! when she thought Lisa had a cat), wears pink, and has a much girlier appearance accentuated by a flower on her shirt.
  • Tomboyish Voice: She's tomboyish and has a deep, somewhat gruff sounding voice, especially for her age.
  • Troubling Unchildlike Behavior: While her precocious Child Prodigy personality is often seen as a positive aspect of her character, she goes really beyond limits with her science experiments on occasion. Special mentions go to electrocuting baby Lily and harvesting her family's organs without their consent just to satisfy her curiosity.
  • Took a Level in Jerkass: While Lisa was always the one to conduct experiments, her actions became a lot more sinister in Season 2. This is the type of person who would electrocute a baby and secretly experiment on her family or harvest their organs without their consent all to fulfill her curiosity. Also, she is quite sneaky and often lies about her human experimentations, such as changing the subject in regards to DNA samples or microchips.
  • The Un-Smile: When she does this, it's a sign that she's being dishonest.
  • Vocal Dissonance: Lisa has not at all the voice of a 4-year-old girl, rather a stoic, deep, lispy one. Justified though, as she's a Child Prodigy.
  • When She Smiles: She looks pretty darn cute when she smiles. Except when she doesn't.
  • Wise Beyond Their Years: Being a Child Prodigy, Lisa is among the more sophisticated of the Loud children.
  • Younger Than They Look: Downplayed; Lisa has the height of a regular 4-year-old, but her Nerd Glasses and stoic demeanor make her look older, a preteen at the most.

    Lily Loud 
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Voiced by: (English) Grey DeLisle
Voiced by: (Latin American) Abril Cataño
Voiced by: (Italian) Giada Bonanomi

The youngest of Lincoln and his sisters at only 15-months-old, baby Lily, while normally very playful and cheery, is notorious for her hazardously toxic-smelling dirty diapers.


  • The Baby of the Bunch: Literally-speaking—she's the youngest of her siblings at just over a year old.
  • Baby See Baby Do:
    • Zigzagged in "Potty Mouth". Lily says, "Dannit!" 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. They try to recreate the accidents without swearing to have her imitate that instead. Later, it's revealed that she was trying to say, "doughnut" because she wanted a doughnut. She does say a real swear (bleeped) but that's never stated to stem from copying. At one point, she also imitates Lana singing Jingle Bells, Lynn cheering, Lori and Leni sharing, and Lisa Irish dancing.
    • In "Room With a Feud", Lily copies Lori's "literally" tic.
    • In "Changing the Baby", Lily's older siblings try and get Lily to copy them so they'll have someone who shares their interests.
  • Baby Talk: Due to her young age, she mainly just babbles and says things like "Poo-poo" or "Linky".
  • Badass Adorable: At times she joins the siblings' brawl; in "A Tattler's Tale", she can be seen biting Luan's leg while Lynn was pulling her diaper.
  • Belly Buttonless: Lily is not depicted with a belly button despite always being shown topless.
  • Beware the Nice Ones: Surprisingly devious when she wants to be; in one episode, after Lori messes with her phone, Lily retaliates by posting unflattering shots of her double chin online, Evil Laugh and everything.
  • Blank Slate: In "Changing the Baby" Lincoln realizes that since she's just a baby, she has no real interests or hobbies, so he spends the episode trying to mold her into becoming more like him. However, her sisters catch on and start trying to make her share the same interests as well.
  • Brainy Baby: Downplayed—while she may not as be as intelligent as her sister, Lisa, Lily has proven herself to be smart enough to have some idea of what's going on around her, particularly when she gets in on the family shenanigans. And it's proven greatly as she can actually get angry when Lincoln does something bad, or annoyed when any one of the siblings, usually Leni, says or does something foolish. She's also intelligent enough to know how to use a phone and camera.
  • Catchphrase: "Poo-poo!"
  • Charlie Brown Baldness: Well, she's just a baby.
  • Child Prodigy: Downplayed as she doesn't come anywhere close to Lisa's extent of intelligent, but Lily definitely has some awareness of what's going on around her and occasionally joins in on her siblings' antics. She also seems to be technologically proficient, as she knows how to use a phone and camera.
  • Crocodile Tears: Can make herself cry on demand whenever she needs to. It's a given, though—she IS a baby, after all.
  • Cuteness Proximity: She will sometimes get an "Awwww!" reaction from others when she does something adorable.
  • The Cutie: While all of the Loud kids are varying degrees of adorable, she stands out as the most adorable. Granted, that's because she's still a baby.
  • The Diaper Change: Her dirty diapers are a running gag.
  • Diaper Check: Usually not needed as they can smell her dirty diapers, although someone does check her diaper in "The Crying Dame".
  • Distaff Counterpart: In "Two Boys and a Baby", she resembles a female version of Billy, a baby boy who Lincoln and Clyde bring home by accident.
  • Does Not Like Shoes: She's the only one of the family who regularly goes barefoot. Justified, as she's just a baby.
  • Everyone Has Standards: Even Lily finds Luan's jokes/puns/pranks to be unfunny.
  • Evil Laugh: Lets out one in "Room with a Feud" when she leaks embarrassing photos of Lori out on the internet after her sister accidentally stepped on her phone.
  • Gamer Chick: Big time. Though Lincoln realizes that she has her own interests and that he can't mold her, she seems to like playing video games with her older brother, and is even capable of beating him in a video fighting game.
  • Genki Girl: Lily is a cheerful and playful baby. But then again, she is just that; a baby.
  • Graceful Ladies Like Purple: She sometimes wears purple footie pajamas to bed.
  • Informed Flaw: In "Undie Pressure," Lincoln says that her habit is to cry a lot, but Lily's rarely shown crying.
  • Innocently Insensitive: Since Lily is just a baby and still in the process of being raised, anything bad she does is justified since she doesn't know any better.
  • Innocent Prodigy: Make no mistake; while Lily may know how to use technology and participate in her siblings' antics, she's nowhere near as precocious as other cartoon babies like Stewie Griffin or even Maggie Simpson, and thus behaves like an average baby would.
  • Innocent Swearing: In "Potty Mouth", the siblings think that they heard Lily say the "D" word (dammit). Double-subverted, as she was actually saying, "dannit" and trying to say, "donut". However, at the end of the episode, she says a bleeped swear.
  • Intelligible Unintelligible: Luan can understand her gibberish.
  • Living Prop: Give or take, given that she's a baby with limited speech.
  • Locked Out of the Loop: Lily is sometimes the only one of the siblings not to partake in the recent trend or important family task.
  • Morality Pet: She's effectively this to her ten older siblings—for example;
    • In "Chore and Peace," when Lincoln and the other nine sisters believe that she's trapped underneath all their garbage (in reality, she was simply picked up by their parents), they decide to clean up the house so that they can find her.
    • In "It's a Loud, Loud, Loud, Loud House," Lincoln and the rest of the sisters make a point of keeping their fight/search as quiet as possible when they see that Lily's sleeping.
  • Naked People Are Funny: She loves to go without her diaper.
  • Nice Girl: Lily's an innocent and cheerful baby.
  • No Brows: She has no visible eyebrows, though she is briefly seen with them in "Baby Steps."
  • Off-Model: She's drawn with eyebrows for one scene in "Baby Steps." And she was briefly shown with a full set of teeth in "Changing the Baby."
  • Perpetual Smiler: A smile is her default expression, unless she's really mad or upset.
  • Security Blanket: She owns a purple blankie which she very often carries around. It becomes a plot point of "Come Sale Away".
  • Shown Their Work: Lily is fifteen months old and knows how to walk by herself. Most babies can walk independently by that age.
  • The Silent Bob: Since Lily is just a baby, she generally conveys her emotions through body language.
  • Smarter Than You Look: She seems to be very intelligent for someone who's only fifteen months old. Granted, out of any of her other siblings, her roommate just so happens to be Lisa, of all people! Lily's just a baby, so it's possible that Lisa could've taken her under her wing, and Lily could've learned from her smartest sibling to be more aware of everything that's going on around her.
  • Tag Along Kid: She's a baby and likes to join in on the others' adventures.
  • Toilet Humor: Whenever there's a poop joke, she's usually the source.
  • Token Mini-Moe: Lily stands out as the cutest of the Loud kids.
  • Troubling Unchildlike Behavior: It should be incredibly strange to know that a baby would know how to use technology.
  • The Unintelligible: Due to being a baby, she only speaks in baby babbles.
  • Walking Shirtless Scene: She hardly ever wears a shirt (or pants or shoes for that matter).
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