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Like its root series, The Casagrandes has lots and lots of characters to make a point of expanding the show's universe. Aside from the titular massive family, the bustling metropolis of Great Lakes City houses a large and neighborly community with a diverse cast of characters, who all bring something fun and exciting to the table, whenever they appear.

Note: These characters are featured in the Spin-Off The Casagrandes.

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    Ronalda "Ronnie" Anne Santiago

Voiced by: (English) Breanna Yde (Season 1-3 of The Loud House), Izabella Alvarez (Season 4 of The Loud House onwards)
Voiced by: (Latin American Spanish) Betzabé Jara
Voiced by: (Italian) Tiziana Martello
Voiced by: (Japanese) Rie Kugimiya

Lincoln's female best friend who pranks him sometimes. She's also Bobby Santiago's younger sister.

  • Affectionate Nickname:
    • "Niní" from her brother Bobby.
    • "Ranita" by her father.
  • Affection-Hating Kid: Ronnie doesn’t like kissing or being kissed.
  • Art Evolution: Her face has become more oval since S3, and her face is less choppy. Her clothing colors are also darker and more vibrant.
  • Ascended Extra: In the first half of season one, she only had an off-screen role as Lincoln's bully in "Heavy Meddle" and that was all. Even by the end of the season, she had only been in two episodes and despite her popularity with fans, wasn't really that significant to the show's focus overall. Then she had more focus, including a special episode about her, in season two, and finally an entire arc about her and her family in season 4, plus her own show.
  • Beef Bandage: She threw one to Lincoln after giving him a black eye in "Heavy Meddle". She also threw one to him at the end of "Save the Date" with a note attached explaining that she slapped him so that his friends would stop thinking that she was his girlfriend and so would stop teasing him.
  • Berserk Button: She does not like being kissed by anyone. Not even by her own family.
  • Birds of a Feather: In "Dance Dance Resolution", Lincoln decides that he would rather go to the arcade than attend the Sadie Hawkins dance. Much to his pleasant surprise, he finds that Ronnie wanted to do the same thing—and after learning that he was purposely avoiding her, she admits that she probably would've done the same thing if he were trying to ask her to the dance.
  • Breakout Character: After starting out as a somewhat minor character, she becomes the star of her own show and joined Lincoln as the co-host of his video blogs.
  • Breaking the Fourth Wall: At the end of "The Loudest Mission", Lincoln teaches her how to Break The Fourth Wall.
  • The Bully: She picks on Lincoln relentlessly, and, according to Lincoln, is the toughest girl in school. This is downplayed heavily after her initial episode, though, with any bully behavior being either just for show or more akin to light-hearted teasing.
  • Color Motifs: Purple — Except for her shorts, her clothing has varying shades of purple and she even has purple highlights in her hair.
  • Commonality Connection: She and Lincoln bond over being equally disgusted by Bobby and Lori's super cheesy romantic couple-y-ness. Lincoln is surprised to find that he actually really likes hanging out with her. They both also play video games and visit the arcade.
  • Composite Character: She's essentially Lincoln mixed with Lynn (with a tiny dash of Luan added in, given her fondness of pranks). Like Lincoln, she's an 11-year-old who can talk to the audience and is often involved in a conflict with her large family where she ends up being outnumbered, but loves them anyway and often has to plan and scheme to get something she wants. However, she's also an aggressive, roughhousing tomboy who sometimes picks on Lincoln for light-hearted fun, similar to Lynn.
  • Cry Cute: She can be quite sensitive to Lincoln's opinions, much to his surprise. She cried after hearing Lincoln call her "rude, and gross and totally annoying" and say that he would rather lick the bathroom floor than kiss her.
  • Daddy's Girl: Has immense love and affection for her father, Arturo.
  • Deadpan Snarker: If there is snarking to be done, she will do it.
  • Did You Think I Can't Feel?: Despite being a grouchy tomboy and being known as the toughest girl in school, she's so sensitive about Lincoln's opinion of her that he's able to hurt her feelings quite easily.
  • Double Standard: Abuse, Female on Male: When the Loud sisters find out their brother is being bullied, they go berserk and ready themselves for retaliation...until they find out that his abuser is a girl, in which case they begin gushing.
  • Expy: In the first season, she was defined by being a rough, tomboyish girl who picked on the main character because she secretly liked him and didn't have a better way of communicating those feelings. She also has a little pink in her wardrobe despite her boyish attitude. Ring any bells? Sounds a lot like Helga from Hey Arnold!. She outgrew this character archetype and grew into her own character after a couple of seasons, however.
  • Foil: To Bobby in terms of how they treat their lovers, as she treats hers roughly.
    • Also, while Bobby is a pinhead, Ronnie is actually pretty smart.
    • She is also one to Lynn Jr. Both are tough tomgirls with freckles who like to bully Lincoln. While Ronnie Anne has stoped her bullying and now does friendly teaseing to Lincoln, Lynn still wouldn't hesitate to use violence on him.
    • Also, Lynn is abrasive while Ronnie is usually polite to orthers like to her family and Sid.
  • Friendly Rivalry: She picks on Lincoln, but they are friends nonetheless. As the show goes on, her pranks and insults become no more than teasing to the amusement of both rather than anything truly malicious.
  • Full-Name Basis: She's almost exclusively referred to as "Ronnie Anne" by others (the only exception is in the song Lincoln's classmates tease him with).
  • The Ghost: She wasn't seen at all in "Heavy Meddle”, until "Save the Date", where Lori forces Lincoln go on a double date with her, Bobby and Ronnie Anne.
  • Give Geeks a Chance: She's dating Lincoln, who's a massive comic book, sci-fi\fantasy and video game geek.
  • Good Is Not Nice: She does like Lincoln, but her way of showing her affection is very rough.
  • Grumpy Bear: She was shown to be rather cranky and grouchy in season one. Justified since her first two major appearances had her be involved in a date she didn't want to be on in one, and then her going to the Sadie Hawkins Dance just to find Lincoln and being lied to in the other. This trait is less prominent as the show continues, and she's a fairly more cheerful and less irritable person by the time her spin-off comes around.
  • Guttural Growler: a rare female preteen example: she often speaks with a deep and raspy voice.
  • Hidden Depths: In "When Shell Shocked", Ronnie's at home behavior is the exact opposite of her at school behavior, with her being shown to frequently cook for her single mother, be openly (if affectionately exasperatedly) supportive of Bobby and generally demonstrate a knack for domestic chores.
    • In "The Casagrandes", Ronnie is shown to be exceptionally dedicated to her studies and has made the honor roll for her efforts.
  • Hidden Heart of Gold: Underneath her rough and tumble exterior, Ronnie Anne is a devoted girlfriend who, in her own way, isn't shy about admitting to Lincoln that she adores him, even "breaking up" with him despite wanting to continue their relationship because of all the teasing Lincoln was getting about their dating.
  • Ink-Suit Actor: She's basically a younger version of her voice actress in appearance.
  • Insult of Endearment: She calls Lincoln "Lame-o" in the notes she gives him—the same notes she signs with hugs, kisses, and hearts.
  • In the Hood: She wears a purple hoodie most of the time. In "City Slickers" she wears a yellow hoodie that Lincoln gave her.
  • Jerk with a Heart of Gold: She's a rude and abrasive bully, but she does actually like Lincoln, and even helps him when he's being teased by friends for being her boyfriend by slapping him for kissing her, convincing Lincoln's friends that they're not dating.
  • The Lad-ette: Lincoln thinks of her as "rude and gross" and assumed she was raised by trolls, so Ronnie Anne seems to fit this trope. She's also fairly aggressive and prone to violence when she's mad.
  • Large Ham: Ronnie Anne tends to over dramatize her feelings.
  • Love Interest: To Lincoln (even though both of them are too shy to admit it).
  • Loving Bully: What the Loud Sisters think she is. And they're right!
  • Masculine Girl, Feminine Boy: The Masculine Girl (a rough and aggressive Loving Bully) to Lincoln's Feminine Boy (has a stuffed rabbit and is In Touch with His Feminine Side.)
    • Also a sibling example between herself and Bobby. Bobby enjoys watching sappy romance movies, unicorns and getting facials. Compare that to Ronnie Anne's list of tomboyish interests. Bobby is a loving, passive Nice Guy while Ronnie is more aggressive. Then, of course, there's Bobby's sappy and mushy relationship with Lori which is enough to make Ronnie want to barf.
  • The Napoleon: She is small in size and used to be a bully.
  • Only Known by Their Nickname: She's primarily known as "Ronnie Anne" rather than her real name, "Ronalda".
  • Pint-Sized Powerhouse: A mild example and probably to a lesser extent than some of the Loud sisters. She is shown to be capable of supporting her large grandmother Rosa on her back in one episode (granted, she was on a skateboard, which may have supported some of the weight). She's also shown to be capable of giving her larger cousin Carlos Jr a piggy back ride. This at least makes her stronger than Lincoln, who was seen to be incapable of doing the same to his lighter sister Lynn for more than two seconds. However, when Carl jumps on her back as well, she collapses, showing limits to her strength. She is also unable to move Lalo over when she's trying to sleep on the couch in "The Loudest Mission".
  • Reformed Bully: After her first physical appearance, it seems that her relationship between her and Lincoln is more on the lines of a Masculine Girl, Feminine Boy romance over a bully and her victim. Heck, she seems to be a lot nicer to him since she first appeared and has nice interactions with Lincoln's friends, and her public bullying of Lincoln is done with his consent so that he isn't teased for having Ronnie Anne for a girlfriend.
  • Samus Is a Girl: Her gender is kept a secret during the first half of "Heavy Meddle", just so Lincoln's sisters can assume his bully is a boy at first.
  • Secret Relationship: With Lincoln. Due to the non-stop teasing he was receiving because of it, the two decide it's best to act like they aren't dating.
  • Sibling Yin-Yang: Ronnie Anne is tough and a little aggressive, while Bobby is an all loving Nice Guy. Ronnie is also smart and can be a cunning schemer when she wants to be, while Bobby is basically Leni's male counterpart.
  • Strong Family Resemblance: She gets her physical looks from her mother.
  • Tomboy: She enjoys skateboarding, video games, and has mostly male friends other than Sid and Nikki. She hates most girly things like cheesy romances, dancing and fashionable girly clothes.
  • Tomboy and Girly Girl: Given her nature, she will almost always be the tomboy in these comparisons. Almost.
    • Most obviously, she is the tomboy to her cousin Carlota's girly girl. Ronnie is a tough girl who enjoys skateboarding and video games while Carlota is a fashionista.
    • Also, she plays the tomboyish one who dislikes mushy stuff and cheesy romances compared to Lori's lovey-dovey, romantic girly girl in "Save the Date".
    • To a lesser extent, her and Sid Chang. Sid seems to be somewhat tomboyish in her own right from what we've seen of her, but compared to Ronnie Anne is still a little girly. Sid is a soft-centred girl who struggles to tap into her tough side (she tries to get into a fighting mood while wrestling but is distracted by a cute butterfly) and she also has no problem playing princess and sometimes engaging in girly activities with her more feminine little sister, Adelaide. Most of Sid's tomboyish traits mainly exist through her friendship with Ronnie Anne (like skateboarding, which she liked only after seeing Ronnie do it) more than anything else.
    • A massively downplayed example and a little debatable; Ronnie Anne as the comparative girly girl (or lesser tomboy) to Lynn's even bigger tomboy. Ronnie Anne could essentially be considered a downplayed version of Lynn, as both are tough, aggressive, roughhousing pre-teen girls with masculine interests and mannerisms and little interest in many girly past-times, but Lynn takes her aggressive, competitive traits to far greater extremes, making Ronnie look nice and meek in comparison. Ronnie appears to be the more emotionally sensitive of the two, given how she cried over Lincoln's harsh comments in "Save the Date". She's also better at nurturing and caring for others, as demonstrated in "Shell Shock" and "Sitting Bull" for her and Lynn respectively, and while Lynn has a completely masculine wardrobe, Ronnie's fits more with the Tomboy with a Girly Streak look (a hoodie and shorts combined with pink socks and slip on shoes). Basically, Ronnie Anne is very tomboyish herself, but Lynn is so far down the masculine side of the spectrum she overshadows everyone.
  • Tomboyish Ponytail: Ronnie Anne wears her hair in a low ponytail, and she's fairly masculine in nature.
  • Tomboyish Voice: She has a fairly deep voice, suiting her tomboyish nature.
  • Tomboy with a Girly Streak: Ronnie Anne Santiago is described as a hardcore tomboy. She's abrasive with bully-like tendencies (though this trait has wound up being Downplayed) who is turned off by how mushy a lot of typically girly things are, and enjoys video games and skateboarding. She also wears pink socks and the same type of girly slip-on shoes that Lori wears, not to mention a pink hair decoration in what is a pretty well-kept ponytail. She is also quite sensitive as revealed in "Save the Date" when she cried over Lincoln insulting her. At the end of the Loudest Mission, she began taking a liking to Dream Boat as well, even if she initially disliked it in the beginning. In addition, she frequently cooks for her mother and has a knack for domestic chores.
  • Took a Level in Kindness: She became a lot less aggressive and far less of a bully over the seasons. In "Heavy Meddle", her her pranks against Lincoln were very cruel. In seasons 2 and 3, they were less so. After "City Slickers", the bullying aspect of her character has more or less disappeared entirely. She's completely friendly towards the nice and child-like Sid Chang, and only ever pranks her family when they provoke her first.
  • Tsundere: She reacts to Lincoln kissing her by punching him... then throws a rock through his open window with a note tied to it, apologizing and telling him to text her, followed by a raw steak for the black eye she gave him. She seems to be acting this way in "Save the Date" when she slaps Lincoln the day after his double date with her and Lori and Bobby for kissing her, but it turns out that she was just slapping him so that his friends would stop teasing him about being her boyfriend.
  • Vocal Evolution: Breanna Yde's version of Ronnie Anne sounds deep and rough, while Izabella Alvarez's sounds a little softer, reflecting how the character has mellowed out and became less of a roughhousing bully in more recent seasons.
  • Youthful Freckles: She has some freckles on her cheeks.

    Roberto "Bobby" Alejandro Martinez-Millan Luis Santiago, Jr.
Voiced by: (English) Carlos PenaVega
Voiced by: (Latin America) Víctor Ugarte
Voiced by: (Italian) Alessandro Germano
Played by: Matt Van Smith

Lori's somewhat ditzy boyfriend and Ronnie Anne’s big brother who works in his family bodega.

  • Affectionate Nickname: "Bobby Boo Boo Bear" from his girlfriend, Lori.
  • Afraid of Blood: Implied in the Thanksgiving Episode, wherein a flashback has him faint upon seeing his mother covered in what appears to be blood (it's really cranberry sauce).
  • All-Loving Hero: Bobby never gets angry at the kids whenever they ruin his dates with Lori and even thinks it’s great that Clyde likes Lori.
  • Beware the Nice Ones: When Bobby learns that Ronnie Anne and Carlota are going to prank the other boys, using pranks she's previously used on him, he coaches the boys on how to undo their pranks and use them against the girls. Ronnie Anne recognizes this as payback for all the times she's pranked him.
  • Big Brother Instinct: Ronnie Anne's his younger sister, and Bobby seems to be rather protective of her, even going so far as to break up with Lori after learning Lincoln made his sister cry.
  • Brainless Beauty: He's basically like a male version of Leni Loud. Could even potentially rival Leni.
  • Break the Cutie: In "Stress Test," when poor Bobby fails his BAT test for the fourth time, he collapses in tears in front of his family and briefly crosses the Despair Event Horizon... until Ronnie Anne realizes that the bodega helps him concentrate.
  • Butt-Monkey: A running gag is him not being able to hold down a job for more than an episode.
  • Childish Older Sibling: Due to his ditziness, his kid sister Ronnie Anne is usually more responsible than he.
  • Cloudcuckoolander: Bobby is somewhat dense.
  • Comically Cross-Eyed: The picture above depicts him as cross-eyed to showcase his dimwittedness.
  • Cool Loser: Can't hold a job for more than an episode (if even) and is a textbook Brainless Beauty, but also a loyal boyfriend and bonafide Nice Guy who gets along with the Louds and even fits the role of Lincoln's surrogate "big bro" like a glove? Bobby qualifies.
  • A Day in the Limelight: He gets the spotlight in "Store Wars with the Casagrandes" where he tries to improve the bodega in fear of losing it to a rival competitor.
    • He gets another spotlight episode with "Stress Test" that show how he has insecurities when it comes to test taking and dreams of running his own mercado.
  • Didn't Think This Through: He decides to give himself as a Christmas present to Lori. However, he forgets that she's not supposed to open presents until Christmas morning. To his credit, Lori typically doesn't wait that long.
  • Distaff Counterpart: Good-looking Kindhearted Simpleton? Bobby's practically the male version of Leni.
  • The Ditz: He's not very bright as he tried to talk with a chicken and didn't recognize Lily (who is, mind you, a 1-year-old baby) disguised as Lori, even though Lori herself was there dressed as Lincoln. How he could confuse a 1-year-old with a 17-year-old just because of a wig...
  • Drama King: More than once, he over-reacted over getting a splinter.
  • Exhausted Eye Bags: He sports these just like Lincoln does.
  • Extreme Doormat: Usually goes along with whatever his girlfriend has planned without questioning.
  • Genius Ditz: He's dense and not very bright...except when it comes to manage his family's bodega, as he's shown to be excellent at it, especially when it comes to tactical sales.
  • The Ghost: He was this for the first few episodes, being mentioned by Lori but never making any physical appearances.
  • Global Ignorance: One episode of The Casagrandes has him assume that Fiji is in Europe.
  • Hidden Depths: We find out in "A Fair to Remember" that he's always longed for a younger brother to play "big bro" to, and he feels Lincoln fits the bill perfectly. Also, in "Relative Chaos," Bobby's shown to have some business savviness from working so many part-time jobs. He's a very talented singer and guitarist, too, as shown in "Face the Music with the Casagrandes" and "A Very Casagrandes Christmas."
  • Honor Before Reason: Breaks up with Lori when Lincoln hurts his sister's feelings despite Lori having nothing to do with it. Deconstructed when it becomes clear he didn't want to when he has to do it again later in the episode and is overjoyed when Lincoln makes up with Ronnie Anne so he and Lori can get back together.
  • Horrible Judge of Character: He views Clyde's intentions innocently when it's obvious that he's trying to steal Lori from him.
  • Inelegant Blubbering: Unfortunately, Bobby is no less prone to this than Lori, minus the makeup, of course. For example, in "The Loudest Mission: Relative Chaos", he and Lori weep uncontrollably in each other's arms at the prospect of Bobby being away for the weekend, to the point where Lori's brother Lincoln and Bobby's sister Ronnie Anne have to literally drag them apart. "Teacher's Fret" seems to imply that he got this trait from his father.
  • Ink-Suit Actor: His character design is the spitting image of his voice actor, Carlos PenaVega.
  • In Touch with His Feminine Side: He enjoys watching sappy romance movies, theatre, unicorns, and getting facials.
  • Kindhearted Simpleton: He is very nice and simple minded.
  • Masculine Girl, Feminine Boy:
  • New Job as the Plot Demands: According to his bio on Nickelodeon's website, his jobs include pizza boy, pool lifeguard, and mall security guard. "Shell Shocked" reveals he owns a bunch of uniforms and goes from one job after another. "The Loudest Mission: Relative Chaos" finally put an end to that when his grandfather hires him to work at the bodega with him.
  • Nice Guy: He's rather friendly with all the Louds. He also doesn't appear to have a problem with Clyde (Lincoln's best friend) having a crush on Lori, despite Clyde repeatedly trying to break them up.
  • Odd Couple: Who would've expected Lori of all people to be interested in a complete dimwit?
  • Official Couple: With Lori; they're officially dating.
  • Only Known by Their Nickname: He's only ever addressed as "Bobby". No one calls him by his real name, "Roberto" (except for his grandma Rosa).
  • Opposites Attract: He's passive, charming, and dense whereas Lori is bossy, condescending but insightful.
  • Overly Long Name: His full name is revealed to be "Roberto Alejandro Martinez-Millan Luis Santiago, Jr." in "Study Muffin."
  • The Pollyanna: Quite optimistic.
  • Running Gag: Being fired from each of his new jobs per episode. This is subject to a mild Cerebus Retcon in "Store Wars with the Casagrandes," where it is eventually revealed that the reason why he had so many jobs at Royal Woods is because every business he worked with would get shut down by an even bigger business.
  • Satellite Character: Before his transition to The Casagrandes, other than being Lori's boyfriend and Ronnie Anne's older brother, Bobby didn't really add much to the show.
  • Screams Like a Little Girl: He screams like Homer Simpson, as shown in various episodes of both The Loud House ("Missed Connection" and "The Loudest Thanksgiving") and The Casagrandes ("Vacation Daze" and "Stress Test").
  • Sensitive Guy and Manly Man: "Never Friending Story" reveals that Bobby is the Camp Straight Sensitive Guy to Par's risk-taking Manly Man.
  • Spiders Are Scary: As shown in "Roll Model with the Casagrandes," Bobby is also afraid of spiders.
  • Tender Tears: Due to his kind and gentle nature, he’s not afraid to cry in front of other people.
  • Too Dumb to Fool: Even he doesn’t fall for Luna’s crappy disguise.
  • Unwitting Instigator of Doom: His arrival at the Loud House after Lori stops calling him in "Undie Pressure" leads to Lori, Lana, Luan, and Lisa getting eliminated from the competition.
  • Why Did It Have to Be Snakes?: He's afraid of blood, enclosed spaces, spiders, and reptiles. In fact, in "Karma Chameleon," he passed out after saying the trope name word-for-word.

    Carlota Casagrande
Voiced by: Alexa PenaVega

The oldest child and only daughter of Casagrande family, Carlota is a 17-year old girl who is into fashion.

  • Badly Battered Babysitter: Unlike Lori, who used to control her younger siblings through fear, Carlota has no control over her younger brothers, who would spend the entire time she was babysitting pranking her.
  • The Fashionista: She is really into fashion and makeup.
  • Foil: To Lori. Both are the eldest child and both are left in charge of their siblings when their parents are out. However unlike Lori who manages to control her siblingsnote , Carlota has no control over her younger brothers and spends her entire time babysitting them being pranked.
  • Genki Girl: An enthusiastic teenage girl, especially when it comes to fashion.
  • Hartman Hips: Just compare her to Lori.
  • Hidden Depths: She does livestreams of makeup tutorials. The amount of people watching her streams suggest that she's very popular.
  • Innocently Insensitive:
    • When Ronnie Anne suggested that Carlota should give Lori a makeover, Carlota assumed that Ronnie Anne was talking about herself and made some mean comments about Ronnie Anne's regular outfit as a result.
    • In general, pushing Ronnie Anne to dress girlier. She means well.
  • The Matchmaker: In her free-time, she tries to find worthy men for her Tia Maria to hook up with.
  • Nice Girl: Carlota stands out as a friendly and well meaning girl.
  • Slapstick Knows No Gender: She has a long history of being a victim to her younger brothers' pranks. She's also a victim to the slapstick from other episodes.
  • The Smurfette Principle: She's the oldest and only daughter of the four Casagrande-children.
  • Tomboy and Girly Girl: Girly girl to Ronnie Anne's tomboy.

    Carlos Jr. "CJ" Casagrande
Voiced by: Jared Kozak

The second oldest child of the Casagrande family, Carlos is a kind 13-year old boy who loves playing pirates and superheroes. He has Down syndrome.

  • A Day In The Lime Light: The episode "Arrr in the Family" focuses on him and his pirate interest.
  • All-Loving Hero: He loves everyone and everything.
  • The All-Solving Hammer: CJ quite literally has a toy hammer, which he uses to fix not only broken objects but also to solve real problems, such as distracting Rosa, while Ronnie Anne and Sid scare off apartment customers.
    CJ: It's also a screwdriver.
  • Cannot Keep a Secret: He told Ronnie Anne and Bobby about their mom's plans to move in with The Casagrandes. To be fair, they would find out soon enough anyway. He is also not above using Brutal Honesty as "The Spies Who Love Me" shows - when Carlota tries to tell their grandparents that they are too old to accompany Ronnie Anne downtown as delicately as possible, C.J just blurts it out.
  • Cheerful Child: Mentally so. CJ is 13, but he has the demeanor of a hyperactive child.
  • Childish Tooth Gap: He has visible tooth gaps to showcase his youthfulness.
  • Children Are Innocent: Since CJ has Down syndrome and sports a very childlike disposition, he is treated more sensibly by the main cast rather than as a rebellious teenager.
  • Cloudcuckoolander: It's obvious that he is quite different.
  • The Cutie: A playful and kind-hearted teen boy devoid of malice.
  • Disabled Snarker: A rare mentally disabled example. He can be rather sardonic from time to time.
"Anyday now, Carl."
  • Elmuh Fudd Syndwome: CJ has obvious rhotacism, though it's played more realistically than some other examples of this trope.
  • Fun Personified: Always strives to have fun.
  • Hidden Depths: "Short Cut" reveals he's quite talented at being a barber and hairstylist, to the point Carlota turns to him for styling advice and Margarita hires him to work in her salon.
  • Jerkass Ball: Sometimes goes along with Carl's schemes, whether it's pranking their big sister babysitter, taking advantage of said big sister getting distracted by taking turns attending a party with Bobby or surpassing and antagonizing Carl when Rosa's chanclas (Spanish for sandals) have been put away, of course that one was a dream.
  • Kiddie Kid: CJ has a few childlike interests despite being 13, such as pirates and superheroes.
  • Mr. Imagination: CJ is all about playing "make believe".
  • Nice Guy: CJ is a pretty sweet kid.
  • Older Than They Look: He is 13, but just like Lynn and Luan, he could easily pass for someone a few years younger.
  • Only Known by Initials: He is primarily called "CJ", short for his actual name, "Carlos Jr."
  • Perpetual Smiler: CJ always has a smile on his face.
  • The Pollyanna: Troubles never ruin his day.
  • Shown Their Work: Most of CJ’s tropes and mannerisms are true to folks with Down syndrome.
  • Teens Are Short: He is around Lincoln's height. Justified because short stature is a common physical symptom of Down syndrome.
  • Twofer Token Minority: CJ is a Latin American boy with Down Syndrome.
  • Utility Belt: CJ has a tool belt full of toy tools.
  • Vocal Dissonance: He sounds older than he seems.

    Carlino "Carl" Casagrande
Voiced by: Alex Cazares

Second youngest child of the Casagrande family, Carl is a mischievous 8-year old boy.

  • Aesop Amnesia: Every time he learns it's better to be an obedient child rather than a money grubbing trouble maker, he changes back by his next appearance.
  • Annoying Younger Sibling: To Carlota, mostly because he often messes with her cosmetics.
  • Ascended Extra: He gets a ton of focus in the later half of the first season and into season two.
  • Big Brother Worship: Or rather, "Older Cousin Worship", to Ronnie Anne in the episode "Role Model".
  • Big Ol' Eyebrows: They are very thick black rectangles.
  • Butt-Monkey: Tends to suffer the most misfortune in comparison to his family.
  • Casanova Wannabe: While it's restricted to Lori, who he has a Precocious Crush on, it's painfully clear that Carl wants to see himself as a ladies' man, but because he is only 8, he always fails miserably at being one.
  • Childish Tooth Gap: Carl is missing a tooth.
  • Extremely Protective Child: In more than one episode, he wants to beat up whoever made his mother cry.
  • Fanboy: He is a huge fan of his favorite superhero, El Falcon De Fuego. Later in the episode "Roll Model", he becomes one to Ronnie Anne as he considers her a hero.
  • Goofy Print Underwear: His "Choo-choo chonies" (briefs decorated with trains).
  • Hidden Depths: He knows how to successfully tamper with report cards and documents. He even admits that he's done it multiple times with Vito's parking tickets.
  • Jerk with a Heart of Gold: He may be mischievous and full of himself, but he loves his family dearly.
  • Like Grandfather Like Grandson: He takes after his grandfather as he's motivated to earn as much money as possible with shady methods.
  • Nobody Touches the Hair: Carl got really mad at Carlota for messing up his hair, by rubbing it on her head in "Relative Chaos".
  • No Sympathy: Carl is the only member of the Casagrandes who does not feel sorry for Bobby when the latter is feeling sad. In "Missed Connection", when Bobby is found bitterly weeping over the prospect of his Long-Distance Relationship with Lori failing, Carl tries to convince Bobby that he and Lori should break up, because Carl himself is trying to give himself a clear shot at Lori. And in "Stress Test", when Bobby keeps failing his Achievement Test of Destiny, Carl tries to slap Bobby silly with a newspaper, only to receive a Shoe Slap courtesy of Abuela Rosa.
  • Precocious Crush: He's the same age as Lucy, but he has a big crush on Lori, who's the same age as Carlota.
  • Spotlight-Stealing Squad: Of all of Ronnie Anne's relatives, he makes the most appearances in The Casagrandes.
  • Too Much Alike: He and Lola Loud clash due to their shared egos, mischievousness, and tendency to scheme.

    Carlitos Casagrande
Voiced by: Roxana Ortega (The Loud House, The Casagrandes up episode 5), Cristina Milizia (starting with The Casagrandes episode "Operation Dad")

The youngest child of Casagrande family, Carlitos is a happy and curious 1-year old who loves imitating others.


Santiago/Casagrande Adults

    Maria Casagrande Santiago
Voiced by: Sumalee Montano
Ronnie Anne's and Bobby's single mother who works as a nurse.
  • Amicable Exes: Shown to be this with Arturo since he's still involved in their kids' lives when given the opportunity and also still on good terms with Maria's side of the family (with exception of Maria's dad, Hector).
  • Dressed to Heal: She's a registered nurse and her outfits switch between Hospital Hottie and regular scrubs.
  • Generation Xerox: Possibly. The Casagrandes occasionally shows Maria picking on her older brother, Carlos. That might explain not only Ronnie Anne's own aggression to Lincoln, but also her reputation as Royal Woods Elementary's toughest girl.
  • Good Parents: She loves her children and does her best to take care of them. One of the main reasons that she wants to move in with the Casagrandes is so that Bobby and Ronnie Anne don't have to be alone so much of the time with how busy she works as a hospital nurse. But even then, after Ronnie Anne (initially) admits that she doesn't feel comfortable living with the Casagrandes (and explains why), Maria admits that she doesn't want to force either of her children into something that's uncomfortable for them.
  • Must Have Caffeine: She always needs a cup of coffee before she begins her shifts. She even owned an oversized coffee machine.
  • My Beloved Smother: "The Loudest Thanksgiving" shows hints of it. While she certainly is a good parent and does her best, she panics at the idea of Bobby spending the holiday away from her and the rest of their family.
  • Out of Focus: She gets less screentime in season 2, possibly due to her actress being busy on other projects.
  • Pubescent Braces: "Guilt Trip" reveals that she had them when she was in high school.
  • Womanchild: Has a propensity to argue with her brother Carlos.
  • Workaholic: Maria is barely at home since her nursing job requires her to be on the clock constantly. Even when she gets a day-off, her family members would go to her for help with their issues.

    Rosa Casagrande

Voiced by: Sonia Manzano

The mother of Carlos and Maria, making the maternal grandmother of Maria's kids and the paternal grandmother of Carlos's kids. She really loves to cook and has some tricks up her sleeves when it comes to helping her family.

  • Berserk Button: Somebody else doing the cooking.
    • Also, she gets very jealous when someone in her family eats something that she didn't make—she once stopped cooking for Carlos for a month just because he had eaten some churros from a new bakery.
    Carlos: I had to survive on frozen waffles.
  • Black Bead Eyes: Her eyes are black dots, unlike most characters.
  • Cool Old Lady: As quirky as she is, she is a loving, caring grandmother who always looks after her family and only wants the best for them. Lincoln also thinks she is pretty cool.
  • Green-Eyed Monster: Rosa's family claims that she gets bitterly jealous whenever she catches them eating food that she didn't make.
  • Handy Man: A gender-flipped example. When she's not at home, she's busy making manual repairs around the apartment building.
  • Marshmallow Hell: Gives one to Ronnie Anne in her debut appearance.
  • Rage Breaking Point: It's very rare she ever gets mad, but in "The Loudest Thanksgiving", she went completely berserk, when Lynn Sr. kept trying to upstage her with his cooking.
  • Shoe Slap: From time to time, Rosa has been known to use La Chancla (which is Spanish for "The Sandal") to discipline any misbehavior among her family, especially Carl.
  • Super Strength: The pilot of "The Casagrandes" shows that she can lift a TV dresser with only one arm. A later episode shows her performing the same feat with the fridge.
  • Supreme Chef: She's especially proud of her cooking skills, to the point where she's mortified if she doesn't make enough food for everyone.
  • Witch Classic: Of the modern curandera/healer archetype. Rosa has an abundance of home remedies that she uses whenever any of her family members feel sick or are injured. She also practices tarot reading to foresee the future.

    Hector Casagrande

Voiced by: Ruben Garfias
Rosa's husband, Carlos and Maria's dad, and the grandfather of Carlos and Maria's children.
  • Big Ol' Eyebrows: His eyebrows are big and really bushy.
  • Carpet of Virility: Downplayed compared to most examples, but Hector is shown to have quite a bit of hair on his chest.
  • Cool Old Guy: He may be a cheapskate, but he loves his family.
  • The Ditz: He has his "bobo" moments at times. In one episode, he mistook Carl's shirt for his own, and in another, he thought Vito had been turned into a mango. At least we have an idea on where Bobby gets it from.
  • Foil: To Flip. While he is motivated by profit in the same way Flip is, he runs his Bodega honestly and builds rapport with his customers.
  • Gossipy Hens: According to his wife (and which later turns out to be true), Hector has a tendency of gossiping with his customers at the family's bodega.
  • Greed: Hector is all about making money and is definitely a bit of a cheapskate—but unlike most examples, it's kind of justified in Hector's since he's the patriarch of a large family and had to put two kids through college.
  • Heterosexual Life-Partners: An interspecies example with Sergio, given that he was his owner and business partner since he was a little kid.
  • Hidden Depths: He has a deep appreciation for the arts and culture. Hector himself is a skilled guitarist and on his birthday he requests that each of the Casagrandes perform with an artistic theme.
    • He's also the leader of his own mariachi band.
  • Jerk with a Heart of Gold: Hector is greedy and loves to gossip, but he still loves his family, helps them out if they need him and when he goes too far, he is willing to apologize.
  • The Leader: He is the patriarch of the Casagrande family themselves.
  • Senior Sleep Cycle: It's almost a Running Gag that Hector will suddenly fall asleep, such as in "Walk Don't Run" where he is found sleeping in the exact same spot where a St. Bernard is sleeping.
  • Somebody Doesn't Love Raymond: In "Operation Dad," he's the only member of the family to have any bitter feelings towards Arturo, Maria's ex-husband who's also the father of Bobby and Ronnie Anne.

    Frida Puga Casagrande
Voiced by: Roxana Ortega
The wife of Carlos Casagrande (and the mother of his children), making her the daughter-in-law of Hector and Rosa, the sister-in-law of Maria, and the aunt-thru-marriage of Maria's kids.

    Carlos Casagrande
Voiced by: Carlos Alazraqui
Hector and Rosa's son, Maria's older brother, and the (biological) uncle of Bobby and Ronnie Anne. He's a university professor who's often distracted by his books.
  • Absent-Minded Professor: He is a university professor who hardly ever looks away from his books and tends to get distracted.
  • Amazon Chaser: He openly admits that he admires strong women.
  • Ambiguously Bi: He is married to Frida, and yet is said to have a man-crush on Arturo in "Operation Dad."
  • Black Bead Eyes: When he is not wearing his glasses.
  • Bookworm: Carlos is almost always reading something.
  • The Bore: People generally zone out whenever he tells them one of his "fascinating facts".
  • Catchphrase: Before he says a random fact, he always starts with "Did you know..."
  • Foil: Both he and Lisa Loud are intellectual, nerdy, and fact-oriented, but Carlos is more social than her at the cost of being more absent-minded. Additionally, she's a young girl while he's a grown man.
  • Giver of Lame Names: His name is Carlos and his children's names are Carlota, Carlos Jr., Carlino, and Carlitos. Whoever named them, if not himself, must not have been very creative.
  • Hair-Trigger Temper: Admits if he doesn't get 10 hours a sleep, he turns into a real grouch in "Store Wars".
  • Hidden Depths: When he was in college, he used to be a popular skater who went by the nickname "Carlos X." But after he and Frida had their kids, she made him stop because she was afraid of him getting hurt.
  • In the Hood: He wore a green one when he went to college and an orange one in the present when he snuck out to skate.
  • Manchild: Has a propensity to argue with his sister Maria.
  • Momma's Boy: Carlos has a close relationship with his mother. He even states that she was always present for his award ceremonies and wouldn't feel comfortable if she missed out on even one.

    Arturo Santiago
Voiced by: Eugenio Derbez
Bobby and Ronnie Anne's father and Maria's ex-husband. He's a doctor who lived in Peru for a while before eventually moving to Great Lakes City to be closer to his children.
  • A Day In The Lime Light: He gets a half hour special dedicated to him in "Operation Dad".
  • Ambiguous Situation: It's currently unclear as to why he and Maria decided to separate/divorce.
  • Amicable Exes: Even though he and Maria are divorced, they're shown to get along just fine—he's clearly still very involved in his kids' lives and is also still on good terms with Maria's side of the family (with the exception of his ex-suegro, Hector).
  • Butt-Monkey: He suffers a lot of his injuries during his outing with Ronnie Anne, such as getting hurt every time he takes a taxi.
  • Even the Guys Want Him: At least according to Frida, Carlos has "man crush" on Arturo.
  • Friend to All Living Things: Most of his appearances show him in the company of an animal that enjoys his company.
  • Good Parents: He clearly loves and cares about his children—despite him and Maria being divorced as well as living in Peru for quite some time, Arturo's clearly still very much involved in Bobby and Ronnie Anne's lives.
  • I Choose to Stay: At the end of "Operation Dad", Arturo decides to extend his stay in the city due to his strong feelings for Ronnie Anne.
  • Inelegant Blubbering: Towards the end of "Teacher's Fret," he sobs uncontrollably after his soccer team loses. At least we have an idea on where Bobby gets it from.
  • Noodle Incident: Apparently he had a hernia operation.
  • Open-Minded Parent: In "Operation Dad", he eagerly asks Ronnie Anne if there's a special boy or girl that she's interested in.
  • Strong Family Resemblance: Bobby clearly takes after his dad in appearance—Arturo looks like an older version of his son (as well as if Bobby had a full beard, extra wrinkles and hairier arms).
  • Trademark Favorite Food: He loves hotdogs.

    Danny Puga 
Voided by: Danny Trejo
Frida's father, which makes him Carlos's father-in-law and the maternal grandfather of Carlos and Frida's kids.
  • Badass Biker: He drives a motorcycle and, despite his age, is a professional stuntman in the movie industry.
  • Honorary Uncle: A variation—since there's no formal term in English for the parent of one's aunt (or uncle) thru marriage, Bobby and Ronnie Anne just call Danny "Grandpa."
  • Knuckle Tattoos: He has "Frida" written on the knuckles of his right hand, spaced out "F-RI-DA".
  • Older Than They Look: You'd be forgiven for thinking he's younger than Hector, but he's actually the older of the two grandfathers. Keeping in shape is probably why he looks so young.
  • Prehensile Hair: His mustache is capable of lifting Vito.


Voiced by: Carlos Alazraqui
The Casagrandes' pet parrot.
  • Braces of Orthodontic Overkill: Apparently, he had this kind of braces when he was younger, even though he's a bird.
  • Characterization Marches On: At first, Sergio, while possessing human-level intelligence, was still very much a pet and spoke in parrot speak in between squawking. As the show went on, he became a parrot who can communicate in full sentences and do things far beyond what a pet can normally do and is treated as basically a human being by the other characters.
  • Conflict Ball: It is easier to list the episodes that doesn't have him be involved in whatever bad situation the protagonist(s) is undergoing and/or make it worse if it is already happening. Flip a coin. If it is heads, he is the cause of the conflict, directly or indirectly. If it is tails, he is the one who makes the situation worse. Sometimes, all of these can happen in the span of a single episode.
  • Egg-Laying Male: Subverted in episode "Bad Cluck". He appears to have laid an egg, but it turns out to be the doing of Alberto the ghost chicken, who then makes eggs come out of Carlos's pants and everyone else's mouths.
  • Fowl-Mouthed Parrot: Sergio makes a lot of smart remarks, which often offends members of the family or draws customers away from the bodega.
  • Heterosexual Life-Partners: With Hector, given that he was his pet and business partner since he was a little kid.
  • Jerkass Ball: Sergio can be a big jerk sometimes, but he hits it big time in "Snack Pact," where he blackmails the family with photos he took of them eating tamles from a food truck and threatens to show them to Rosa, who gets super jealous when they like someone else's cooking, unless they buy stuff for him. It comes back to bite him in the tail feathers when Ronnie Anne tells Rosa the truth, and it turns out that the tamles were made with Rosa's own recipe that she gave to the owner of the food truck. Rosa is not too happy after finding out that Sergio blackmailed his own family and punishes him by making him serve everyone during a big dinner.
    • He's even worse in "Bad Cluck", where he's haunted by the ghost of a chicken whom he'd wronged in the fact, he'd wronged him over and over and over and over and over and over again. And when confronted he tries to downplay his actions and weasel out of making amends to the chicken he wronged rather than take responsibility for his actions.
  • Jerk with a Heart of Gold: In his better moments, he helps out the Casagrandes. No Egrets has him parenting new hatched egret chicks after he unknowingly sleeps in their nest and they think he's their mother. He only does it because Rosa threatens not to take care of him if he doesn't take care of them and does the bare minimum at first, but later shows genuine concern for the chicks when they're in danger.
  • Life of the Party: In "Power Play", he held a bunch of late-night parties with Sancho and the pigeons in the bodega.
  • Named After Someone Famous: Sergio Aragonés
  • Not in Front of the Parrot: He heard Ronnie Anne talking about how much she loved telenovelas, (a secret she wanted to be kept far from the family), but because he was in the room, while she said that, he told The Casagrandes all about it.
  • Polly Wants a Microphone: With The Casagrandes being a regularly down-to-earth cartoon universe, Talking Animals simply don't exist here. However, due to parrots being able to mimic human speech in real life, Sergio gets a pass and the writers are allowed to exaggerate his "human" traits as much as they want, to the point where they've basically turned him into an equal among the humans in the world.
  • Sitcom Arch-Nemesis: To Bobby.
  • The Stool Pigeon: Sergio helps Hector with spreading gossip about people. In "No Show", he told everyone that Ronnie Anne liked watching telenovelas.
  • Toothy Bird: "Guilt Trip" reveals that he had Braces of Orthodontic Overkill when he was younger.

The Santiago Family's pet dog (a Mastiff, to be precise).


    Sidney "Sid" Chang
Voiced by: Leah Mei Gold

Sid's a girl who Ronnie Anne meets and befriends in Great Lakes City. She debuted in the Season 4 premiere, "Friended! with the Casagrandes".

  • Ambiguous Disorder: With her tendency to talk solely about either animals or K-Pop, her energy sometimes causing her to display signs of overstimulation (usually either flapping her hands or talking super quickly), and her habit of rushing into things without thinking about the consequences (complete with her parents referring to many of her ideas as being "zany" in "Zoo-mergency!"), Sid definitely has many traits associated with people on the autism spectrum. However, it's also equally possible that she's simply an overly energetic optimist.
  • Birds of a Feather: Ronnie Anne and Sid get along pretty well due to both of them being free spirits who aren't afraid to do anything to get what they want. They both eventually share a love for Korean Pop Music and even have the same idol.
  • Brainy Brunette: Has brown hair, and is a Gadgeteer Genius who is able to make robots and is an expert at handling animals.
  • Breakout Character: Became instantaneously popular from her first episode of The Loud House, "Friended with the Casagrandes."
  • Cheerful Child: She's usually very happy and optimistic.
  • Cloud Cuckoolander: Downplayed example, but she can be pretty spacey and quirky at times.
  • Early Installment Character Design Difference: In The Loud House, she has no eyelashes, but in The Casagrandes, she gained eyelashes.
  • Gadgeteer Genius: "The Two of Clubs" shows that Sid is very talented when it comes to robotics. In only a short amount of time, she single-handedly created a functioning breakfast-making robot.
  • Genki Girl: Sid is shown to be particularly energetic, notably trying pretty much anything that she thinks is fun.
  • Nice Girl: She's very nice and pleasant towards others, especially her family and friends.
  • Pint-Sized Kid: Sid is unusually short for a 12-year-old, as girls her age in Real Life are nearing the shoulder height of their parents, while she's no taller than 8-year-old Lucy.
  • Precocious Crush: She has a crush on K-Pop celebrity Yoon Kwan.
  • Speaks Fluent Animal: Sid is able to understand and translate what certain birds say and want. It helps that her mother is a professional zoologist who encourages Sid to help her with the animals and birds she brings home.
  • Spell My Name with an "S": Sometimes, her name is spelled as Syd by fans.
  • Red Oni, Blue Oni: The energetic red to Ronnie Anne's cool and laid back blue. Sid is a Genki Girl and a Cheerful Child while Ronnie Anne is known to be a little grouchy and snarky at times. Though Ronnie Anne does have a certain energetic side of her own.
  • Tomboy: We don't really know much about Sid yet, but for now, she appears to be this, since she loves skateboarding.
  • Tomboyish Name: "Sid" isn't a common name to give to girls—it's revealed in "Gossipy Girl" that it's short for Sidney.
  • The Unsmile: Flashes a hilariously large and disturbing grin in the episode "Zoo-Mergency".
  • Youthful Freckles: She has some freckles on her face.

    Adelaide Chang
Voiced by: Lexi Sexton
Sid's little sister.
  • Annoying Younger Sibling: Is described to be a "sass-bucket" by her older sister.
  • Badass Adorable: A cute little youngster who knows karate.
  • Beware the Nice Ones: When Carl was frantically giving people their money back by throwing it at them, she warned him to not even try it on her.
  • Bratty Half-Pint: She is around six, and can be annoying at times. She and Carl once crashed a party involving her sister and her friends, embarrassing her.
  • Cheerful Child: Normally upbeat and positive.
  • Foil: She seems to be a black-haired combination of Lana and Lola. She is six years old like the twins, and she both loves animals (especially frogs) and enjoying tea parties.
  • Girly Bruiser: Becomes an Instant Expert at karate in the episode Karate Chops.
  • Girly Girl with a Tomboy Streak: Loves unicorns and princesses, as well as karate and frogs.
  • Odd Friendship: Between her and Carl. She is a happy go lucky girl who likes animals and tea parties, while Carl likes sports drinks and checking out ladies.
  • Outdated Name: Not every little girl in this generation has a name like "Adelaide."

    Stanley Chang
Voiced by: Ken Jeong
Sid's father, who works as a conductor on the GLART subway system.
  • Happily Married: With Becca.
  • Rail Enthusiast: He's a fan of trains, to the point that when he heard a model train club at his daughter's school had shut down due to lack of interest, he stopped the subway and told the passengers: "Your conductor needs to walk this one off."
  • Saying Sound Effects Out Loud: He often verbalizes train sounds.

    Becca Chang
Voiced by: Melissa Joan Hart
Sid's mother. She works as a zookeeper at the Great Lakes Zoo.
  • Animal Lover: She's a zookeeper (and a zoologist), so this shouldn't be too surprising—Becca claims in the second Casagrande-podcast that she's wanted to work as a zookeeper since she was 6-years-old.
  • The Beastmaster: In "How to Train Your Carl" she rides an elephant and gets a lift from a condor.
  • Happily Married: With Stanley.

Apartment Neighbors

    Vito Filliponio
Voiced by: Carlos Alazraqui

    Mrs. Kernickey
Voiced by: Lauri Fraser
A cool old lady, who lives two floors up from The Casagrandes.
  • Cool Old Lady: Doesn't let her age stop her from being a kick-butt tennis player. "Guilt Trip" even shows that she and Mr. Scully can dance for hours on end without getting tired.
  • Foil: To Scoots. They're both quite exuberant and fiesty, despite their age, but where as Scoots is a rude and crotchety Jerkass who rides around on an electric scooter, Mrs. Kernickey is friendly and extremely active.
  • Granny Classic: Mrs. Kernickey was very nice and welcoming to CJ when he dropped by her place for a visit. She watched him do his clog dance and even baked him cookies.
  • Intergenerational Friendship: She, a senior citizen considers herself to be friends with CJ, who's young enough to be her grandson.
  • Silver Vixen: It's not remarked upon in the show, but she looks really good for her age.

    Mr. Nakamura
Voiced by: Bruce Locke
An animal-loving man, who takes his pet dog, Nelson everywhere he goes.

    Cory Nakamura
Voiced by: Eric Bauza
Mr. Nakamura's teenaged son who's obsessed with videogames.
  • Geek: Plays video games all the time and likely knows everything about them.
  • The Insomniac: He revealed in "Store Wars" that he was an insomniac.
  • Spell My Name with an "S": A name like his can be spelled with or without an "E". In "Room for Improvement", it was revealed that it was spelled without an "E" when he wrote it down on the waiting list.

Voiced by: Shondalia White
A laid-back and care-free woman, who enjoys building houses of cards.

Voiced by: Sunil Malhotra
The delivery boy for the bodega.

Voiced by: Telma Hopkins
A loud-mouthed, bossy old lady, who places tall orders at the bodega.
  • Cool Shades: Always wears her sunglasses, even when she's indoors.
  • Expy: She brings to mind Scoots from the Loud House only African-American and without her iconic scooter.
  • Grumpy Old Man: The female variant. Maybelle is bossy and cranky and almost always frowning.
  • I Was Quite a Looker: "Do the Fruit Shake" reveals that, back in the 1970s, Maybelle was part of a singing group called the Tropical Fruits (Maybelle went by "Mango") and their record cover shows that Maybelle was quite beautiful in her youth.
  • Sassy Black Woman: Maybelle is visibly African-American and she gives the workers at the bodega a whole lotta lip.
  • Sudden Eye Color: In "Store Wars", she was suddenly shown with green eyes, when Frida took an unflattering picture of her.
  • Super OCD: She has noted before that she is very particular, especially when it comes to shopping. If as little as one of her groceries is not in tip-top shape, she will go home, an unhappy woman.
  • Trademark Favorite Food: Her favorite food is mangoes. In fact, as a member of the Tropical Fruits in the 1970's, her nickname was Mango, and she would eat a pre-show mango to calm her nerves.
  • Unsatisfiable Customer: Maybelle is one of the more "difficult" customers, to say the least. Workers at the bodega go on a wild goose chase, just barely keeping up with her tall orders and she rarely if ever gives them so little as a "thank you" for all their hard work.

Voiced by: Christina Pucelli
A girl who likes to play hacky sack.

    Alexis Flores
Voiced by: Nika Futterman (Season 1), Diego Olmedo (Season 2 onward)
A young musical prodigy who's skilled in playing the tuba.
  • Ambiguously Brown: Same situation as Miranda. Although, at least "What's Love Gato Do With It" reveals that he is Mrs. Flores' son.
    • As of Season 2, he is confirmed to be Hispanic when Nika Futterman stepped down from the role and handed it over to a non-white voice actor.

Around Town

    Casey, Sameer and Nikki 
Three kids who Ronnie Anne befriends after first moving to Great Lakes City with her family. Later they meet and befriend Lincoln as well.

Tropes applying to all of them

  • Cool Bike: Casey owns a green bike.
  • Cool Board: Sameer and Nikki get around on skateboards.
  • Multinational Team: They're a fairly diverse group with Ronnie Anne (Mexican American), Casey (Afro-Cuban American), Sameer (who's implied to be of Middle Eastern descent) and Nikki (who's white).
  • Nice Guy: They are friendly to both Ronnie Anne and Lincoln, even after finding out the former isn't from the city as she lied to them about.
  • Only One Name: They don't have last names.

Tropes applying to Casey
Voiced by: Christian Simon (The Loud House - The Casagrandes episode "Home Improvement") ; Jay Hatton (Throwing Pains - Present)

Tropes applying to Sameer
Voiced by: Makana Say (The Loud House - The Casagrandes episode "Team Effort") ; Nour Jude Assaf ("Blunder Party" - Zoomergency) ; Jacob Mattathiparambil Lukose ("Throwing Pains" - present)

  • Ambiguously Brown: His dark skin, fluffy hair and name suggest that he's Arabic or Middle Eastern.
  • Big Ol' Eyebrows: His eyebrows are thick.
  • Hidden Depths: Comes from Kansas.
    • In "Operation Dad", he has a nerdy side as he tells his friends that he's interested in joining the mathematician's club or the debate team.
  • Tiny Guy, Huge Girl: The Tiny Guy to Nikki's Huge Girl.

Tropes applying to Nikki
Voiced by: Natalie Coughlin

  • Huge Schoolgirl: She's very tall, especially for someone her age—seriously, she's at least a full head taller than Ronne Annie and the rest of their main group of friends.
  • In the Hood: Like Ronnie Anne, she wears a hoodie.
  • Nice Girl: Like the others, she's very nice to Lincoln and Ronnie Anne in City Slickers.
  • Peek-a-Bangs: Her hair covers one eye.
  • Tiny Guy, Huge Girl: The tallest member of the group, standing over at least one head. She actually uses Sameer's head as an armrest at onepoint.
  • Tomboy: Just like Ronnie Anne.
  • Tomboy with a Girly Streak: Despite a mostly unfeminine appearance, she does have pink shoes.

Voiced by: Sean Kenin
Laird is a student of Chavez Academy.
  • Butt-Monkey: He often suffers as a result of his friends' hijinks.
  • Homeschooled Kids: According to "The Two of Clubs," he was homeschooled before he started attending Chavez Academy.
  • Locked Out of the Loop: An unintentional example in "Fails from the Crypt." After Ronnie Anne explains to her grandparents (and Sergio) that she and her friends teamed up with Maria (Ronnie Anne's mom) and Carlos (Maria's brother and Ronnie Anne's uncle) to get back them (and Vito) for scaring them, Laird reveals that no one informed him of the plan and claims that he had been genuinely scared the entire time (rather than pretending to be scared). Apparently, Sid's owl, Gill, was supposed to informed Laird of the plan but forgot to do so.
  • Lovable Coward: He gets easily scared, especially in "Fails from the Crypt."
  • Pungeon Master: He can sometimes let out a good pun, like his joke about fast food when he joins Ronnie Anne's skateboarding team.
  • Secretly Wealthy: The episode "Home Improvement" reveals that Laird was born to a wealthy family and lives in a mansion, but up until that episode, he didn't tell his friends about it because he didn't want to be treated differently from everyone else.
  • The Smart Guy: He tends to fill this role whenever he embarks on hi-jinks with Ronnie Anne and her gang.

Voiced by: Abby Trott
Becky is a student of Chavez Academy that likes Lucha Libre.
  • Genki Girl: She's very energetic and free-spirited.
  • Lesbian Jock: "Throwing Pains" reveals that Becky's in a romantic relationship with a female classmate known only as "Dodge."
  • Tomboy with a Girly Streak: She's a rambunctious rough-houser with a passion for Lucha Libre who also wears a bright blue and white dress when in casualwear.
  • Wrestler in All of Us: Her main character trait is that she's a fiesty little wrestling girl.

Voiced by: Eric Bauza
A hot dog vendor.

Voiced by: Krizia Bajos
A hair stylist in Great Lakes City.

    Mr. Scully
Voiced by: Phil LaMarr
Rosa's boss at her real estate job.
  • Benevolent Boss: Mr. Scully is very nice to Rosa. In "Friended!", he even fired her with politeness. He also allowed The Chang Family to live with in the Santiago apartment, just because he knew Ronnie Anne was friends with the family's oldest daughter.
  • Friend to All Children: When he finds out that Ronnie Anne wanted her best friend to move in as her neighbor in their apartment, Sully sympathizes and understands with her and allows the Changs to move in because of this reason. And when Ronnie Anne and Sid thank him for this by hugging him, he happily hugs them back.
  • Hidden Depths: "Guilt Trip" shows that he and Mrs. Kernicky can dance for hours on end without getting tired, as Bobby and Ronnie Anne, unfortunately, learn the hard way.

Alternative Title(s): The Loud House Ronnie Anne Santiago