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Recap / The Loud House S 1 E 13 For Bros About To Rock Its A Loud Loud Loud L Oud House

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For Bros About to Rock: As Lincoln and Clyde prepare to attend their first rock concert, Luna is determined to make it a memorable experience for them.

It's a Loud, Loud, Loud, Loud House: Lincoln finds a letter in the attic that convinces him there's a hidden stash of money in the house.

"For Bros About to Rock"

  • All There in the Script: The credits reveal the SMOOCH frontman's name as Pucker Uppenheimer.
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  • Ass Kicks You: Luna accidentally does this to Lincoln while trying to teach him how to dance. This leads to Lincoln getting ice in his pants.
  • Chekhov's Gag: Ice in the pants.
  • Creator Cameo: The people in line for tickets are caricatures of the show's staff, including creator Chris Savino.
  • Earn Your Happy Ending: Lincoln, Luna, and Clyde. They have to go through quite a bit just to get into the concert, but by the end, they manage to not only enjoy the concert but they also get to rock out on stage.
  • Fireball Eyeballs: Lincoln, when Luna embarrasses him one time too many. This even melts the ice that was in his pants.
  • Love Floats: Happens to a younger Luna, in a flashback to her first Mick Swagger concert.
  • Mundane Made Awesome: Clyde's "rock pose".
  • Noodle Incident: Lynn says Luna has ruined all the sisters' first concerts, but only Lori, Lola, Lana, and Lisa's are shown.
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  • Offscreen Teleportation: Luna does this while Lincoln and Clyde are crowd surfing to the front row:
    Luna: Enjoy the ride, dudes?
    Lincoln: Whoa! How did you get up here so fast?
    Luna: I have my ways.
  • Oh, Crap!:
    • When Lincoln and Clyde are almost immediately arrested by an undercover mall cop posing as a scalper.
    • This is Luna's reaction when Bobby recognizes her despite wearing a disguise.
  • Ooh, Me Accent's Slipping: When Lola is remembering when Luna ruined her and Lana's first Blarney the Dinosaur concert, she sounds more like Lana.
  • Origin Story: Via flashback, it's revealed how Luna became a rocker. Appropriately enough, it was at a Mick Swagger concert.
  • Paper-Thin Disguise: Luna's disguise may have somehow fooled the mall cop captain but it doesn't fool Bobby.
  • Reality Ensues:
    • When Lincoln and Clyde can't get into the SMOOCH concert, because all the tickets are sold out, they try getting in by buying scalped tickets. They are almost immediately arrested by the undercover mall cop. The cop outright tells the boys that buying scalped tickets is illegal, despite the fact that he sold them the tickets.
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    • Bobby is not fooled by Luna's blatant disguise whatsoever.
  • Rule of Three: The flashbacks of Luna ruining the sisters' first concerts. Lori's first Boyz Will Be Boyz concert, Lola and Lana's first Blarney the Dinosaur concert, and Lisa's first opera.
  • Shout-Out:
    • The title is a parody of an AC/DC song.
    • Lincoln and Clyde prepare to go to a SMOOCH concert.
    • Lola and Lana tell of how Luna ruined their trip to a Blarney the Dinosaur concert.
    • In the flashback, Mick Swagger turns Luna into her modern day rocker self by spinning her around.
  • Squirrels in My Pants: When Luna tries to teach Lincoln and Clyde how to dance, Lincoln gets some ice in his pants and begins hopping around. He later puts some ice in Clyde's pants during the concert.
  • Undercover Cop Reveal: Happens to Lincoln and Clyde when they try to buy tickets from a mall cop posing as a scalper.
  • Waxing Lyrical:

"It's a Loud, Loud, Loud, Loud House"

  • Actually Pretty Funny: Mr. Loud punishes the children for fighting over money by having them clean the attic:
    Luan: That punishment makes no cents!
    Dad: Upstairs! But that was a good one...
  • Earn Your Happy Ending: The siblings had to learn not to argue over money to eventually find the huge bushel of it that they split evenly.
  • Facepalm: Lincoln when he finally realizes the answer behind the first clue.
  • Gone Horribly Right: Mr. Loud set the whole thing up to teach his kids a lesson in sharing. It worked, but in the process, the kids have completely wrecked the house, and he now has to clean up their mess.
  • Hidden Depths: When Leni manages to easily unlock the suitcase full of money, with just her barrette, her siblings are left stunned:
  • Hypocritical Humor: After teaching his kids to share, Mr. Loud pockets some money he found the attic.
  • Punny Name: Sharon DeMonet.
  • Rake Take: A Running Gag concerns Lincoln stepping on a loose floorboard in the attic, causing it to hit him in the face.
  • Reality Ensues: Mr. Loud putting his son and nine daughters nearly on a wild goose chase in teaching them about sharing bites him hard and does not go scot-free for the mess of their house. His wife forces him to clean up the attic.
  • Whole Plot Reference: To It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World.
  • The Un Reveal: Mr. Loud's full body is seen for the first time as a shadow cast on the wall.


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