35 Votes in Poll
.......had a completely different storyline?
For this, I have only one thing to ask: Why choose McBride cats as a target for Luna and Sam as a pet-sitter? I say, wouldn't it be better if the girls babysit Sam's little brother Simon instead? It would be a great opportunity to get to know him like that. Here is how I imagine it this way: One day, Luna realizes she doesn't have enough money to buy expensive tickets for a special concert or buy some musical instrument, so she decides to babysit. Given the great success of Luna in her new job, Sam unexpectedly asks her to supervise Simon during the absence of her parents while she goes to a suddenly anticipated dental visit. Seeing it as a great opportunity to impress her crush", Luna accepts enthusiastically and immediately gets to know Simon. But then she realizes that Simon has turned out to be a very lively and pestiferous child. So the trouble begins, and Luna tries to fix it by putting everything in order before the Sharp family arrives, but it wasn't that simple. Fortunately, Sam miraculously arrives home well in advance, revealing that his appointment has been suddenly canceled, and so she helps Luna clean up all the chaos and watch over Simon together. After work, Luna and Sam finally sit exhausted and happy on the sofa, with little Simon finally asleep. Seeing how cute Simon was in that pose, the two girls look at each other and smile in blissful silence, then they fall asleep too, approaching. Meanwhile, the Sharp parents go home, see that scene and then exclaim with a "Aaawwww, so cute!" So they decide to photograph that scene with their cell phone, unbeknownst to Luna and Sam. And that photo soon turns out to be a perfect portrait of a future family: Two moms and their baby (obviously, not Simon! Rather, a new adopted son)
of course, there would also be a change of title for this plot: "A Baby Chaos" or
"A Gig for Baby"
What do you think?
Don't get me wrong, I also really like the old plot because I'm glad to see the McBrides again. It's just that it doesn't sound much like an episode of Saluna, even though Sam will appear in that episode. (it is probable that she will first appear at school to advise Luna to find work to get new money for the gig ("gig") and then later she will come to help her when she is in difficulty with the cats)
I don't understand this myself or if she even is turning one dimensional in the first place.
(Warning- this will be a bit long)
OK, I just saw "Garage Banned" yesterday and... I'm surprised.
A while back, I discovered a fanfiction being reviewed by a group of men, one of whom claimed he didn't take Luna seriously because "two words: Garage Banned".
After that, I encountered several people online claiming Luna was uncharacteristically "selfish" in said episode. Even though I'd never seen the episode, I knew from the grapevine that it was about Lori trying to live in the garage, so I thought that Luna would move out of her and Luan's room to bunk with Leni and say no when Lori tries to move back.
So you can imagine my surprise when the only bad things that Luna did in that episode were break Mr. Coconuts's face with a fog machine (probably by accident to boot), bicker with Luan when she found out, and act as though she was going to hit Lincoln.
First off, this isn't all that selfish: quite often when people are mad, they refuse to consider taking the other person's side, secondly, it's not out-of-character because siblings often act like they're going to hit one another but it's just an empty threat. In fact, it wouldn't be out-of-character even if she did hit Lincoln since the Loud kids get into physical fights a lot (see "It's a Loud, Loud, Loud, Loud House", "The Sweet Spot", and the freaking intro.)
Also, Luan was threatening Lincoln and refusing to side with Luna too and no one took offence to that. I also don't think it's more in-character for Luan to act this way since, like I said, it's in-character for all the Loud siblings, and also April Fool's is the only time Luan is considerably meaner than Luna and even then it's with pranks, not serious antagonism.
And that concludes my rant.
38 Votes in Poll
Merry Christmas, everybody.
Firstly, I dreamt that Lincoln was about to lose his last baby tooth but was having doubts over whether the Tooth Fairy was real, so he did some investigating. I can sort of see that as an episode.
Another episode idea that came into my head after watching "Cover Girls" (the scene where Lola's pageant rivals are scared of her in Luna's clothes) was that those girls from that scene are coming over, but they're afraid of Luna and everyone must convince them that Luna isn't scary.
I just found a fanfic that attempts to remedy the problem:
Don't Fear the Pimple
Due to certain medicaments (i don't know which ones), Sam develops pimples before a date, forcing Luna to overcome her problem with pimples, whose reason would be revealed in this proposed episode.