Listen Out Loud is a podcast series created by Nickelodeon, hosted by the Loud siblings. It debuted on September 18, 2017, with six episodes available on Nickelodeon's website, as well as iTunes, and other platforms. An episode of the podcast is also released weekly on YouTube.
On July 16, 2018, the official Loud House Instagram had confirmed that the podcast would return with more episodes.
Ever wonder what it's like to grow up in a big family? Meet 11 year-old Lincoln Loud and his ten sisters! You may already follow them on Nickelodeon's The Loud House. Now you can listen to their very own podcast, Listen Out Loud with the Loud House. In each episode, one of the siblings takes the mic to give you the scoop on the things most important to him or her. Whether it's Leni's tour of the mall, Lori's re-telling of her first date with Bobby, or Lola's juicy house gossip, you won't want to miss a single podcast!
When Lincoln and Clyde take listeners on a tour of their new treehouse, they discover one of their beloved items is missing. The boys investigate Ace Savvy style by questioning Lincoln’s prime suspects: his sisters.
It was a starry night, and it smelled like jasmine.
Bobby held the door open for Lori, and they walked in without taking their eyes off each other.
When the waiter asked them what type of water they wanted, they both said sparkling.
Bobby fed chips to Lori, and ordered for her, since he knew what she wanted (French onion nacho cheese soup).
Lori and Bobby took a spin on the dance floor.
What really happened:
It was raining, and Lori and Bobby were soaking wet.
When Bobby swung the door open, he whacked Lori on the head, and while it was true that Lori and Bobby didn't take their eyes off each other, Lori ended up bumping into a waiter, making him spill a tray of horchata lattes.
They both didn't get sparkling water, they kept being indecisive on what type of water they wanted, and the waiter gave up after five minutes of waiting.
When Bobby was feeding chips to Lori, he had a muscle spasm, and jabbed the chip into Lori's cheek. Also, Bobby didn't order for Lori at all. When the waiter asked Lori what she wanted, she was choking on some water, and the waiter, not understanding what Lori was saying, just brought her soup.
Lori accidentally spilled her soup on Bobby's lap, causing him to scream in pain, and fall onto a dessert cart with flan flambe. Lori attempted to help him up, but slipped on the flan, and slid across the floor until they crashed into the band.
It is revealed that Luan and Lynn had set them up, since they knew they'd be perfect for each other. They also spied on them during their date, just to be sure if their assumption that the two were perfect for each other (and to know the details of how the date went)
Lucy reveals on the day that Lori first made dinner for Bobby, she burned a microwave pizza, and had to order Indian food, but Bobby got food poisoning afterwards.
In Lynn's episode, it is revealed that Lucy's coffin is exactly three feet tall.
In Lana's episode, it is revealed that Lana taught Leni how to drive.
Space Jam - In Luna's episode, she says that one of the settings on her electronic keyboard is "Space Jam", and she says that whenever she uses that setting, Lincoln believes that aliens are invading and hides underneath his bed. This could possibly be a reference to this Warner Bros. film from 1996.
Rock and Roll Hall of Fame - In Lola's episode, Lola reveals that Luna was pretending to be inducted into this museum located in Cleveland, Ohio.
Sly Cooper - In Lincoln's episode, music from Sly Cooper, particularly from Thieves in Time, plays throughout the episode till the end when Lincoln and Clyde discover Mr. Grouse to be the culprit.
Michelle Obama - According to Lynn in her episode, she refers to this First Lady of the U.S. as her upper arm role model.
On the YouTube thumbnails for episodes 2 through 6, the holes on the "O" and "D" in "Loud" are missing.
During a part of the first podcast, Lori's body is missing.
In her podcast, Luna claims she became an aspiring rocker at the age of 9. This contradicts to what she said in "For Bros About to Rock", as she said back then she was in seventh grade (making her 13).
It is unknown which version is true, or if both are incorrect.
In Lynn's episode, some of the vectors of Luan have white socks instead of yellow ones.
Additionally in some shots, Luna's eyeshadow is the same color as her skin.