Usually, nods to previous episodes are given a slight nod, something you'd never really catch unless you really paid attention. Anyway, White Hare was a nice and cute episode. But the ending was quite heartwarming, with Lincoln's sisters praising him and him and ribbon girl getting along. Lucy's hissing reaction to Gran Gran redoing her room was hilarious! The rabbit segment was entertaining but it didn't really do much other than hammer in the idea that his sisters shouldn't be trusted with, using the example of Warren getting screwed over because of his sisters. Myrtle told her reasoning of why she's so caring to the family, but it's never shown. She got extremely involved with everyone's life, wanting to be a grandmother to them. Yeah, some of the bunnies were just rehashes of the Loud sisters's personalities even reusing some of the voices and outfits , but the way their inclusion was implemented was great; it was like reliving watching the Loud family for the first time and being sucked into their world by the colorful personalities and relatable plot boy tries to impress girl that ties their actions together.
In some ways, White Hare is what One of the Boys should've been. I will have to say, though, that if there's one thing to gripe about this episode, it would have to be Albert attacking Seymour. The show depicts their day to day interactions from finding the best anniversary present for their parents to being bullied at school and having your sisters offer different advice on how to deal with it. With his best friend, Clyde, Lincoln takes on the task of living with and sometimes caring for, in the case of the baby, Lily, his ten sisters, all of which have their own different personality. Insta-Gran wasn't any better, but it wasn't terrible to be honest, I had low expectations for the episode to begin with. It turns out the argument was about Dad's novelty neckties.
Keep content related to The Loud House. Thank goodness that this episode shattered my expectations by churning out one of the best eleven minutes of the show to date and a surefire contender for this current season's best episode so far. It's fine to disagree but offer your point of view politely, without aggression. Discussing politics and religion is not allowed unless directly related to the show. Even though One of the Boys, another alternate universe episode, wasn't a good episode, it at least advanced the plot with Lincoln learning to accept his family with who they are. This is the subreddit for the Nickelodeon series The Loud House. I also like the lesson of being yourself, which helps Lincoln make a successful first impression in front of the new girl are they really going back to covering faces again? However, it didn't do much to advance the plot.
Ties That Bind: Lincoln eavesdrops on his parents, and he comes to the conclusion that they're planning on getting rid of their children. Inspired by first-time creator Chris Savino's Rocko's Modern Life, The Powerpuff Girls chaotic life growing up in a huge household, the series will follow 11-year-old Lincoln as he gives an inside look at what it takes to survive in the bedlam of a large family, especially as the only boy with 10 sisters. It gives me the idea that the show might've gotten better without Chris Savino. The ninja antics and her fourth wall breaking joke about Lincoln's bowl cut had me in stitches. Discussing illegal ways to watch or download copyrighted content is not allowed. Take note that at no point does Clyde mention that he's going to leave the house.
Ribbon girl is like the fourth already. Not the worst, but far from some of the best episode of the series. Heading into this episode, I wasn't too crazy about the bunny plot but it turned out better than I expected. As I've said before, I hope this is the beginning for a brighter future for this show because I'd like to think that the Louds and the world they live in change for the better. Myrtle is a character made from scratch. I wish both sides learned a lesson and not just one side.
All users are expected to be respectful to others. Did we remember the cowboy one? Isn't it a little weird that Danny, a beaver, likes Betty, a rabbit? The Loud House is a show on Nickelodeon about an eleven year old boy named Lincoln Loud who lives in a house with ten sisters and how he survives living with them. I think not only would the Loud siblings learn to know more about someone, Myrtle should've also learned a lesson too maybe to keep a distance? Myrtle could've been a decent character had she not get away with so much. Looking for a guide of each episode or discussion threads? As moderators, we reserve the right to remove content if we feel it is causing problems. Loud out of his own house for not being on the list for her mini concert. On the bright side, I can't wait for City Slickers and Fool Me Twice.
In the end, the Loud siblings got to know Myrtle more as a person and respect her more as Pop-Pop's girlfriend. Loud yells his daughters' full names in various flashbacks to their slumber parties gone wrong. I wish both sides learn their lesson, similar to Selfie Improvement, in which both sides, Lori and Carol, learn to take it easy as both sides are at fault. . Or, quite alternately, given the writers have stated they like the Ronniecoln ship , these are all misdirects. Though I have to say, I would have liked to see more of the rabbit sisters - they kind of rushed through that segment. It's not the best episode, but it's far from terrible.
And while the rabbit version of the Loud House is not as great as the actual show, I wouldn't mind if we got to see more of them in the future. After a while Lincoln decides to take their advice to solve his girl problems. Just before the Loud siblings were about to leave, Myrtle catches them and gives them a speech about how alone she was. I liked Insta-Gran a lot more. Who knows, but we'll see later in the future.
I usually don't find her to be the highlight of an episode but she was on fire. My biggest problem with this episode is with Myrtle herself. Throughout each episode, Lincoln gives tips on how to deal with different situations with him being the only son in such a large family. Justified since she's literally a baby. Overall, this episode was okay.