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Like Clyde's therapist, [[Dr. Lopez]], Clyde's Nana has yet to make a physical appearance in the show.
 
Like Clyde's therapist, [[Dr. Lopez]], Clyde's Nana has yet to make a physical appearance in the show.
   
She is first mentioned in "[[Get the Message]]," in which Clyde uses one of her perfumes.
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She is first mentioned in "[[Get the Message]]", in which Clyde uses one of her perfumes.
   
In "[[Along Came a Sister]]," Clyde brings [[Lincoln Loud|Lincoln]] a casserole that she made (or one that Clyde made from a recipe that belonged to her) to [[Frances|Frank's]] "funeral," telling him that she believes there's no greater comfort in times of grief than casserole.
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In "[[Along Came a Sister]]", Clyde brings [[Lincoln Loud|Lincoln]] a casserole that she made (or one that Clyde made from a recipe that belonged to her) to [[Frances|Frank's]] "funeral", telling him that she believes there's no greater comfort in times of grief than casserole.
   
In "[[Lincoln Loud: Girl Guru]]," Clyde tells Lincoln that his Nana believes that you shouldn't trust people who don't like chocolate while they were attempting to make chocolate pies for a school project.
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In "[[Lincoln Loud: Girl Guru]]", Clyde tells Lincoln that his Nana believes that you shouldn't trust people who don't like chocolate while they were attempting to make chocolate pies for a school project.
   
 
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Nana McBride is Clyde's adoptive grandmother, and the mother of either Howard, or Harold.

Biography

Like Clyde's therapist, Dr. Lopez, Clyde's Nana has yet to make a physical appearance in the show.

She is first mentioned in "Get the Message", in which Clyde uses one of her perfumes.

In "Along Came a Sister", Clyde brings Lincoln a casserole that she made (or one that Clyde made from a recipe that belonged to her) to Frank's "funeral", telling him that she believes there's no greater comfort in times of grief than casserole.

In "Lincoln Loud: Girl Guru", Clyde tells Lincoln that his Nana believes that you shouldn't trust people who don't like chocolate while they were attempting to make chocolate pies for a school project.


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