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"Appetite for Destruction" is the upcoming forty-sixth (forty-seventh in production order) episode of the fifth season, and the two-hundred-forty-fifth episode of The Loud House.


When Lily starts misbehaving at home, Mom and Dad think her new preschool friends might be the cause.



  • Lincoln appears on the title card as a small glop of cheese on the floor.
  • This episode reveals that Lynn Sr. has a pen pal in Italy named Furio, who is also a chef.
  • This is the first episode aside from "Schooled!" that focuses on Lily attending preschool.
    • Speaking of "Schooled!", this episode also features a callback to that episode by having Leni attending the preschool and playing on the trampoline.
  • Rita is implied to have some sort of favoritism for Lily, as she believes Lily is "the sweet one", and thinks her other kids are not fit to be role models to Lily.
  • Lisa's glowing brain is shown once again in this episode.
  • Foreshadowing: The title of this episode foreshadows the revelation of Lily's bad behavior involving eating.


  • Appetite for Destruction - The title of this episode shares its name with Guns N' Roses' 1987 debut album.


  • In the credits, Supermarket is misspelled as Superarket.


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