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Got kicked out, Antiqued Off?
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"Antiqued Off" is the forty-seventh episode of the third season, and the one-hundred-forty-eighth episode of The Loud House, as well as the final episode of the third season to air.

Plot

When Clyde and schoolmate Zach begin bonding over a mutual interest in antiques, Lincoln quickly finds himself feeling like a third wheel.

Synopsis

At the elementary school, Lincoln greets himself to Clyde in a similar way to a magician. Lincoln says that last night, he and Clyde went to see a performance from The Amazing Brailster, a famous magician, and bought a few smoke bombs during the show. Clyde says that he wants to invite Lincoln to a flea market for some antiquing. However, Lincoln, who's not much into antiquing, declines the offer and suggests that Zach tags along with him instead, and Zach agrees.

The next day, at the school library, Lincoln notices that Clyde has bought a horde of antiques, and Zach, now fully invested in antiquing, reveals his stash as well. At the McBride house, Lincoln is prepared to hang out with Clyde but learns that Zach is with him, cleaning the antiques they collected. Sometime later, Lincoln, Clyde, and Zach are having lunch, and Zach impresses Howard by revealing some of his newfound knowledge on antiques on the silverware and tableware being used. Later, the three decide to watch TV, and when Lincoln suggests they see a monster movie, Zach suggests that they watch a program about antiques, and Clyde agrees with Zach's decision. After watching the show for a while, Lincoln decides to leave after finding out that Clyde and Zach came up with a nickname for their own friendship.

At the Loud House, Lincoln lies on his bed, when suddenly, he gets an email saying that The Amazing Brailster is hosting a top-secret performance today, and the email encourages him to bring a friend. Thinking that Clyde will be too busy antiquing with Zach, he decides to call up Liam, Rusty, and Stella if they would like to come along, but they all deny, saying that they'll be busy tonight. At Flip's Food & Fuel, Lincoln attempts to get a Flippee to go but discovers that Liam, Stella, and Rusty are at the store as well. When Lincoln questions why they lied, they reveal that they find magic to be boring (while Liam finds it more upsetting than boring). They also reveal that the last time Lincoln and Clyde went to go see The Amazing Brailster, Lincoln was the only one who enjoyed it, while Clyde wasn't happy with it, saying that the only reason why Clyde tagged along in the first place was that he was just that nice. Lincoln eventually realizes that he hasn't been doing the same, and decides to fix things.

Even with no common interests, they're still friends.

The next day, Lincoln arrives at Clyde's house, and says that he (Lincoln) was a bad friend, and says that in order to make up skipping out on the antiquing trips, he bought three tickets for the Royal Woods Antique Hour for himself, Clyde and Zach, and Clyde and Zach, surprised by this announcement, happily tag along, making Lincoln appreciate that it's perfectly normal to have multiple friends tag along.

Cast

Lincoln's Classmates, Hattie, Mollie, and Andrew have no lines in this episode.

Physical distribution

This episode is available on the "Cooked", "The Complete Third Season", and "Saison 3 intégrale" DVDs.

Trivia

  • In broadcast order, this is the Season 3 finale.
    • Unlike other episodes that premiered after the actual season finale, this episode is just behind “Cooked!” in terms of production order.
  • The premise of this episode is similar to the Season 1 episode, "A Fair to Remember", as both episodes involve a character feeling like a third wheel when two people they know start hanging out together.
  • This is the only episode in season 3 in which Howard has a speaking role.
  • This episode reveals that Liam is annoyed by the magic trick where magicians take money out of someone's ears.
  • Innuendo: After Zach accidentally hits Lincoln and Clyde with the rug, he states "Good thing I didn't buy the sword."
  • Irony: Stella, Liam, and Rusty lied to Lincoln, so they would not take part in his hobby. However they are the ones, who lecture him about how to have fun with his friends.

International edits

  • In the Russian dub, Howard's lines "knowledge you've learned from your Dad and me" and "Did you hear that, Hare-bear?" were edited down to "knowledge you've learned from me" and "Did you hear that, darling?"(In Russian, the word "darling" is attributed to females) to remove any mentions of his husband.

References

  • Antiqued Off - The title of this episode is a pun on "ticked off".

Errors

Stella always wears her wristwatch on her right hand.

But today, she wears it on her left hand.

  • In this episode, Stella wears her wristwatch on her left hand, but in previous episodes, she wore it on her right hand.


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