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Sugar Drop is a The Loud House fanfic made by greendogtheater.

It takes place a while after Ronnie Anne relocates to Green Lake City. She, the pre-teens of Green Lake City and soon even Lincoln are victims to a drug inside a new candy. It soon falls on the Loud sisters to put an end to this by confronting the one who manufactured the candy.


  • Adult Fear: What else do you expect when you find out that your child becomes hooked of a drugged candy?
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  • An Aesop: Don't do drugs, kids!
  • Balloon Belly: When Lincoln goes to Ronnie Anne's room, he sees that she has put on some pounds due to eating the drugged candy.
  • Big Bad: Drew H. McGee is the villain of the fanfic. He puts the health of many kids on the line just to save his candy shop.
  • Big Damn Heroes: The Casagrandes help the Loud sisters fend off the zombified pre-teens at the fifth chapter.
  • Chekhov's Gun: Rosa's cuisine that she made for the sisters ends up having an adverse effect of McGee's drug.
  • Crazy-Prepared: The beginning of the 4th chapter reveals that Lisa hardly goes anywhere without her portable science kit, which she uses to study the drugged candy.
    • McGee also counts in the 4th chapter when he sends out a mist through Great Lake City to entrance the kids affected by his drug (Lincoln and Ronnie Anne included) to deal with the Loud sisters.
    • Rosa also gets a mention since she goes nowhere without her cuisine.
  • Darker and Edgier: The fanfic is about kids being doped up on drugs and that's only mild compared to the zombie movie scenario the sisters find themselves in later on in the 4th and 5th chapters of this fic.
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  • Demoted to Extra: Despite helping out in the end, the Casagrandes are barely in the story as they spend most of the time watching an improv comedy show.
  • Hoist by His Own Petard: McGee ends up getting affected by his own drug when Lana uses it to subdue him at the end of the 5th chapter.
  • Lack of Empathy: McGee is willing to drug a bunch of kids in order for his store to run afloat.
  • Laser-Guided Karma: The Louds and Casagrandes get McGee arrested and he is sent to 25 years in prison on the charges of child endangerment and illegal drug making (though Lisa is unsure if the latter can be counted as a law.)
  • Plot Hole: Lily was in the 2nd chapter, but in the 4th chapter, Lucy reveals that the sisters left her at home. This is because the author forgot that he added Lily.
  • Pragmatic Hero: Lisa tells Luan that if they alert the authorities about the kids in Green Lake City begin affected by drugs, it will cause a panic throughout the city and the drug-maker would cover his or her tracks.
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  • Shout-Out: The story summary on Fan Fiction states that the entire plot is based on the Captain Planet episode, Mind Pollution, which is also about drugs and how a ne'er-do-well corrupts the young population with drugs.
  • Tempting Fate: When the sisters climb the fire escape on McGee's candy shop to take refuge from the zombified kids on the roof, Lori believes that they're safe since the kids are too slow and frail to climb said fire escape...until McGee orders his brainwashed army to get the sisters through a loudspeaker on his shop and the zombie kids climb the fire escape with no difficulty. Lynn calls Lori out on this shortly after.
  • Toxic Friend Influence: An accidental example when Ronnie Anne, while doped up on the drug candy, goads Lincoln into eating it, which in turn makes him hooked on the drug.
    • This also applies to Nikki, Casey, and Sameer, who directed Ronnie Anne to McGee's store where she receives her drugged candy and they come by her apartment in chapter 3 to give her more candy.
  • Wrong Genre Savvy: At the beginning of the 5th chapter, Lana asks Lucy on how they can deal with the zombified kids based on the assumption that she's an 'expert on the dead'. Lucy point out that the kids are not really dead zombies, just hypnotized victims and that she is more partial to vampires and werewolves.
  • You Meddling Kids: McGee says this line in the 5th chapter when the Casagrandes cure his victims with Rosa's cuisine.
    McGee Those meddling Mexicans. I would have gotten off scott-free if it wasn't for them.
    • He also calls the sisters meddlesome through his loudspeaker during the 5th chapter.

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