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When a love letter addressed to L. Loud arrives, the family tries to figure out who it was meant for.
Lincoln is outside, collecting the mail, and while sifting through it, he comes across a letter that shocks him so much, he immediately calls an emergency sibling meeting. Once the siblings are gathered, Lincoln presents the object that led him to hold the meeting: a love letter, addressed to "L. Loud". Lori opens the envelope, and reads the letter:
"Dear L. Loud, Day after day, I hope and I pine, I'm too shy to come forward, But I wish you were mine. -Signed, your secret admirer."
Immediately afterwards, the siblings begin to question who the letter is for, since it could be for any of them (which is supported by a series of flashbacks depicting the siblings fawning over their respective crushes). Lucy, having read a book about vampires dealing with romantic relationships, suggests on sending their crushes a signal to let them know that they're interested in them, which will lead to them writing a second letter, and give more information. The siblings agree to go with this plan, as each of them approach their respective crushes, while giving them a subtle wink, to let them know they like them.
The next day, the siblings are holding another meeting, where everybody says that they sent their signal to their crushes. Luna then arrives with the next letter, and Lori opens up the letter, and a single rose falls out of it, causing the siblings to gasp in wonderment. Lori reads the letter:
"Roses are red, They brighten our town, Like your sweet smile, And your hair, which is brown."
With this information, the choices are lowered to just Luna, Luan, Lynn, and Lisa, much to the dissatisfaction of the other Loud siblings. Although everyone is excited, Luna isn't happy, saying that she didn't give her signal to her secret admirer, Sam, because she feels that Sam is out of her league, but everyone else assures her that she's still in. Lucy pulls out her vampire book, and says that because the secret admirer sent a rose as a token of their affection, they need to give their crushes a token in return, which will lead to a third and final letter requesting a rendezvous. The four siblings then proceed to give their respective crushes their tokens of love. For Lisa's crush, David, an actual beating heart (from a pig). For Lynn's crush, Francisco, her lucky jockstrap. For Luan's crush, Benny, a pie in the face. Luna tries to give Sam her favorite guitar pick, but is unable to muster up any confidence and holds herself back.
The next day, Leni arrives with the third and final letter, which reads:
"Dear L. Loud, Here's a third letter, 'Cause I'm still feeling skittish, I dig your sweet sounds, And love of all things British."
The siblings realize that Luna is the intended recipient, and Lori further reads on the letter:
"I think it's time We put love on the menu, Meet me tonight at Banger's & Mosh, The British eatery and rock venue."
Luna, now excited that she's the intended recipient, is carried off by the siblings to get her dressed up.
At Banger's & Mosh, the siblings await Sam's arrival. While waiting, they notice their parents are there, and Lynn Sr. wearing his British bearskin hat. They walk up to them, and the parents ask what they're doing here. Lincoln tells them they're waiting for Sam, Luna's secret admirer, because of the love letter that was sent to them. Rita, however, tells them that there was a mix up; the letters were meant for Lynn Sr. They explain that back then, when Rita was a crossing guard, Rita would fawn over Lynn Sr.'s British accent every time he would cross the road. However, because she didn't have the courage to talk to him, she instead slipped in some love letters to show her affection. After the third note, Rita finally had the courage to ask him on a date, and met at Banger's & Mosh, where they fell in love. Twenty years have passed since that first date, and it happens to be today. Luna says that because of that story, she feels more open to express her love towards Sam, and says that everybody should do the same.
The next day, the siblings discretely slip in their love letters to their respective crushes. Luna, with her love letter in hand, slips it into Sam's locker, and quickly departs. A trio of bandmates walk by, and Sam, who's revealed to be a female, stops to open her locker. She opens her locker, and the anonymous love letter that Luna slipped in falls out. Sam picks it up, reads the letter, and smiles, leading Luna to smile with confidence as well, thinking that Sam could return her affection after all.
During a rerun of this and its sister episode on July 23, 2020, the viewers had the chance to answer trivia questions related to the episode with the Nickelodeon Screens Up app or on Nickplay.com for a chance to see their name on screen.
‣Pop Punk - Doug Rockwell [Title card] ‣ ? [Lincoln showing the siblings the letter] ‣Daisy Chains - Andrew Bojanic, Jeanette Bhaguandas, Elizabeth Hooper [first montage of the Louds and their love interests] ‣ ? [montage of the Loud siblings sending their signals] ‣Gimme What I Want - Tony Stafford Jr., Michael Smith, NineOneOne [second montage of the Loud siblings sending their signals] ‣ ? [rose comes out of the letter] ‣Gong City - Steve Ouimette, Cat Gray, Jon Mattox [montage of the Loud siblings delivering their tokens] ‣ ? [at the Banger's & Mosh] ‣Ooo La La - Robbie Nevil [flashback of Rita's crossing guard job] ‣ ? [back to present] ‣She's The Hot One - Ryan Keaton, Matthew Thomas [final montage]
Kevin Sullivan, a story editor for "The Loud House," which centers Lincoln Loud, the only boy in a family of 11 children, told Insider that he wasn't barred from using the word "lesbian" in dialogue when writing a storyline for the third-oldest Loud sibling, Luna, and her bandmate crush Sam. ... That lack of a more explicit identification resulted in some fans reading Luna as bisexual following the events of an earlier episode when she appeared to have a crush on a boy.
Lincoln seems to have a new crush in this episode, previously having been attracted to Cristina.
Chris Savino announced that Bobby, Ronnie Anne, and Sam would reappear in season 3.
Bobby was the only crush who didn't appear; he was only mentioned.
A majority of the patrons at Banger's & Mosh are caricatures of The Loud House staff.
This episode goes into further details about Rita and Lynn Sr.'s relationship:
The two met sometime after Lynn Sr. finished his college semester in England.
Rita's occupation as a crossing guard was shown, which was previously mentioned in "Cover Girls".
It was also shown that she had freckles when she was younger.
As of this episode, Rita and Lynn Sr. have been married for 20 years.
This is the only episode where Jessica DiCicco and Jill Talley voice Benny and Sam, respectively.
In the Arabic and Korean dubs, Sam was given a male voice actor and referred to as Luna's boyfriend, due to social attitudes towards homosexuality in the Middle East and Korea.
However, she was given a female voice actor in all her subsequent appearances in the Korean dub.
Aerosmith - Luna quotes the song "Dream On", when she says "Dream on, Lunes".
Yes - After quoting "Dream On", Luna then quotes this band's song "Owner of a Lonely Heart", when describing her luck with Sam.
Alienware - The alien sticker on Luna's instrument case resembles the Alienware logo.
The Rolling Stones - The puckered up lips on Lynn Sr.'s shirt during Rita's flashback could be a reference to this band, whose logo is a red pair of lips with its tongue sticking out. This makes sense, since The Rolling Stones is a British band, and Lynn Sr. is a fan of British culture.
Bela Lugosi - The author on Lucy's book spells, Bela Le Ghosty, is a reference to this actor most famous for playing the titular character in the 1931 Dracula film.
The Da Vinci Code - Lucy's crush resembles a character from Dan Brown's novel, who is also an albino named Silas.
The Who - Sam's shirt has a logo similar to the band's bulls-eye logo.
Plot hole: Lynn Sr. could not know what Rita was up to if the love letters were all taken and read by the Loud siblings.
Benny is not listed in the credits.
When Luan kneels down over Benny, her shoe goes over the fallen set.
When Luna is on the bus wanting to give her token to Sam, her skirt is the same color as her shirt.
Also, Luna's right paperclip earring was missing.
When Lori said that Lucy was right about what happens next, her eyelashes were missing.
Every time a character reads a poetic letter, the closed captions add musical notes next to the beginning word and the end word, even though nobody sings whenever they read a poetic letter in this episode.
In addition, the love letters in this episode are meant to be poems, and poems and songs are poetic.
Young Lynn Sr.'s noticeable bags around his eyes were missing when he was on his first date with young Rita.
They were also missing when Lynn Sr. shouted, "Meat pies for everyone!" In the same scene, Lisa's mouth disappeared for a second and Whitney's eyebrows are missing.
After Luna puts the love letter in Sam's locker, Sam approaches the locker and opens it all the way. In the next shot, as she discovers the letter, the locker is half open.
Although Cristina Pucelli's minor character is changed to "Sam's Female Friend" in the cast section, she's still credited as "Girl #1" when the episode aired.
When Lana removes the Brunette wig from Lola's head, the walls in Lori and Leni's room are tan, not light blue.
In the Brazilian Portuguese dub credits, Francisco's voice actor is accredited, even when he never spoke in this episode.
In the Latin American Spanish dub of the segment, Lucy's "sigh" line isn't heard.
Additionally, Paige's name isn't said in the dub. Also, Lincoln didn't say Sam's name when he was explaining his parents about the situation.
When Lily turns over in her crib, she has her pacifier. When she hugs her teddy bear and smiles, the pacifier disappears.
David's periodic elements blanket was missing the elements scandium, titanium, vanadium, chromium, and manganese.
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