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The Loud House Encyclopedia

List of various male adult minor characters.

The Amazing Brailster

The Amazing Brailster is a minor character in The Loud House who is a known stage magician. He appeared in the episode "Antiqued Off"

Biography

The Amazing Brailster had a performance in Royal Woods in episode "Antiqued Off". Lincoln wanted to invite Clyde to see this together with him, but he preferred antiques.

Appearance

He is a tall adult man with dark brunette hair and a big mustache, big nose, eyebags, round body, long arms and legs. He wears a black top with red scarf, white shirt, red bow, black suit, black trousers, black shoes and a long black cape.

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Bill Buck

Bill Buck is a minor character in The Loud House, who made his first appearance in "Pulp Friction".

Background

Bill Buck is the creator of Ace Savvy, but not much else is known about him so far.

Appearance

He is an elderly man, with gray hair behind his head, (he has no hair on top of his head) and he wears small, round glasses, and has eyebrows that are the same color as his hair. He wears a yellow collared shirt, a black leather belt, red suspenders, brown slacks, green socks, and brown shoes.

Trivia

  • His name is alliterative, which may be a reference to several superheroes with alliterative names, such as Peter Parker, Wally West, and Bruce Banner.
    • It is also a combination of the words "bill" and "buck", both of which refer to money.
  • In Campaign Chaos!, it is mentioned that he has written a non-fiction book about writing comics, titled Comic Writing Guide for Comic Lovers Who Love Comics. The Royal Woods Library has a copy of it, but Lincoln always has trouble getting to check it out.

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Brandon

Brandon is a minor character in The Loud House, who made his first appearance in "Vantastic Voyage". He is Rita's co-worker.

Appearance

He has tan skin, dark hair, a black mustache, hair on his arms, and a white sash with pink writing that says "Super Hunky" on it, as well as pink hearts. He is a bodybuilder due to his buff appearance.

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Darin

Darin is a minor character in The Loud House, who made his first appearance in "Cheater by the Dozen".

Biography

He is a dance instructor, who taught Bobby how to tango.

He makes a cameo in "L is for Love", as a patron of the British restaurant Banger's & Mosh.

Appearance

He is a tall and muscular man. He has dark upwards hair, dark tan skin, and light facial hair. He wears a white collared shirt with rolled up sleeves, dark pants, and black boots.

Trivia

  • He shares his name with one of the show's storyboard artists Darin McGowan.

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Cheater by the Dozen
L is for Love

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Doug

Doug is a minor character in The Loud House, who made his first appearance in "Really Loud Music".

Biography

Doug is the producer and judge of his singing show called ¨America's Next Hit Maker¨. They even have a recording studio in the show. He first appeared in "Really Loud Music" where they serve as one of two main antagonists of the episode where he and Michelle convince Luna into changing her from a Rock n' Roll singer into a Bubble Gum Pop star. They've changed her clothes, her name, and tells her to lip sync her song instead of performing the song herself. But at the end of the episode, Luna choose to stand up to them and perform as herself.

Personality

Like Michelle, Doug is very strict and self-interested. They both have no respect towards other's talent. They only like Bubble Gum Pop, Broadway, and perfect fashion.

Appearance

Doug is a tall man, with light fair skin. He also has short black hair. He wears a white polo shirt and a black blazer, black pants with a small yellow belt buckle, and dark brown shoes.

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Dr. Feinstein

Dr. Bunsen Feinstein is a minor character in The Loud House, who made his first appearance in "A Novel Idea".

Biography

He is a dentist and Rita's boss in the dental office. He first appears in "A Novel Idea", where he is constantly asking Rita to help him with the patients.

In "Dance, Dance Resolution" a DJ mentioned that Dr. Feinstein organizes a Bar Mitzvah banquet.

He made a non-speaking cameo in "No Spoilers". He was seen at Rita's party and made appearances in a few scenes where he was invited alongside Mr. Grouse and Flip.

Dr. Feinstein was mentioned in "Net Gains", when he sponsored the Abscessed Molars basketball team.

He was mentioned again in "Pipe Dreams", when Rita mentions his toothbrushes as a bathroom warming gift.

He was also mentioned in "Sister Act", when Rita took "Lana" (who was actually Lola impersonating her twin) to her dentist's appointment. After she and her husband learned that both twins had problems that should have been fixed during their appointments, Lynn Sr. decided to call Dr. Feinstein to tell him that he had missed some serious problems. But the twins came clean about what they did, so they decided to just schedule Lana a new appointment with Dr. Feinstein.

Appearance

Dr. Feinstein is an elderly man, with very little hair and a white mustache. He wears a light blue dentist gown over a white shirt. Inside of the gown's pocket, he has two pens, one is green, and the other is red.

Trivia

  • It is implied in "Dance, Dance Resolution" that Dr. Feinstein is of Jewish heritage, as the DJ in the aforementioned episode said that he was attending a Bar Mitzvah at Dr. Feinstein's.
    • A Bar Mitzvah is a ceremony held by Jewish people when a person's son has reached the age of 13, and are ready to observe religious precepts, and are eligible to take part in public worship.
  • In "Rita Loud", it is revealed that Dr. Feinstein attends a dentist convention called Cavity Con.

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A Novel Idea

No Spoilers

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Ernie

Ernie is a minor character in The Loud House, who made his first appearance in "Cooked!. He's a school bus driver.

Biography

Ernie was first seen in "Cooked!" driving a bus up to Lynn's Table as Rita Loud helps him park it. Then he and his passengers are seated at their tables.

In "Sand Hassles", Ernie was supposed to drive the school bus to the beach at Lake St. Byron, but got scared off by Lucy Loud's bats and Cheryl took over.

In "No Bus No Fuss", Lincoln complimented Ernie when he got on the bus. When Lincoln and his friends rallied the passengers in standing up to Anderson, Taylor, and Pablo, Ernie was shown to be giving them negative looks causing the three of them to back off.

Appearance

Ernie is a round man with light skin, short light blond hair, black thick eyebrows and freckles. He wears a driver uniform which consists light blue short-sleeved shirt, dark blue trousers, black belt, dark gray shoes and a dark gray driver cap.

Fritz

Fritz is a minor character in The Loud House, who made his first appearance in "Suite and Sour". He is a repairman working at the Royal Woods Spa.

Biography

He first appeared in the episode "Suite and Sour". When Lynn and Lana broke both of the hotel elevators, Fritz was called in to fix them. While walking to the elevators, he accidentally bumped into Lincoln and lost his ID card, which was later found by Leni. While he was fixing the elevator, Luan tried to amuse him with her jokes, but he ignored all of them. After he fixed the elevators, he tells Luan to leave.

Personality

Fritz is easily annoyed, as seen when he gets agitated at Luan's jokes. He is shown to be forgetful too, when he did not notice when he lost his name pin.

Appearance

He is a large man who wears a blue hat, and has a brown handlebar mustache. He wears a gray sweatshirt that has black elbow pads. His shirt is a deeper shade of gray than his sweatshirt. Under his sweatshirt, he wears a white undershirt. He has a bit of a pouch. His hair is slightly balding. He wears a gray utility belt with brown pockets. He has brown shoes with two black laces.

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Gus Gamesngrub

Not to be confused with the location.

Gus Gamesngrub[1] (first credited as "Manager") is a minor character in The Loud House, who made his first appearance in "Grub Snub". He is the owner of Gus' Games and Grub.

Appearance

Gus is a slender man with dark tan skin. He has short brown hair and a long black mustache. His main attire consists of a bright yellow long-sleeve shirt under a teal sweater under a white apron, brown jeans, and teal sneakers.

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Grub Snub

High Crimes

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Guy Grazer

Guy Grazer is a minor character in The Loud House who is a celebrity chefand who made his first appearance in "Present Tense".

Biography

He appeared in "Present Tense" where there is a flier for some of his cooking lessons in "Flip's Food & Fuel" as a possible gift that the Loud children wanted to give to Lynn Loud Sr. They changed their mind when Luan Loud showed him footage from his TV show yelling at the female chef student about her sauce being weak and called her weak which caused her to burst into tears.

Appearance

He has apricot skin, yellow spikey hair and he wears a white chef's shirt.

Personality

He is an angry man.

Trivia

While Guy Grazer has an appearance similar to that of Guy Fieri, his personality is similar to that of Gordon Ramsay.

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Present Tense

Dine and Bash

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Jeffery

Jeffery is a minor character in The Loud House who first appeared in the episode "Suite and Sour".

Biography

He is the manager of the Royal Woods Spa. Jeffery first appeared in "Suite and Sour" where he welcomed The Loud Family to the Royal Woods Spa. He later kicked them out. While the kids thought it was their fault, it turned out that he kicked the family out because the security footage caught Lynn Sr. and Rita skinny-dipping in one of the swimming pools.

In "Electshunned", Jeffery was present at the Royal Woods Mall when Leni announced her campaign to run for Mayor of Royal Woods against Mayor Davis.

Appearance

Jeffery has short brown hair, thick black eyebrows, and a brown beard which covers half of his face. He wears a light green suit, a white shirt, a blue necktie, and brown shoes.

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Jerry Kling

Jerry Kling, AKA The Cherry King (often credited as Cherry Farmer) is a minor character on The Loud House, who made his first appearance in "Tripped!".

Biography

Jerry is first seen carrying a load of cherries on his truck. When Lynn tried to encourage her father to drive faster than him, the van ended up crashing, and Jerry continued on. Later, his truck got a flat tire, and the spare was under his load. The family decided to help him out, and as thanks, he gave the family a crate of cherries.

Much later, when the family tried to reserve their room at Weeping Willow, they ran into Jerry again, and he reveals that he's the renowned Cherry King. A surprised Lynn Sr. recognizes him as he uses his cherries. Because of them fixing his tire, he managed to make it to Weeping Willow on time and successfully reserved the entire top floor thanks to his celebrity status. As another thank you, he let the family stay in the rooms he reserved, much to their happiness as they missed their own deadline. Jerry was last seen eating his cherries with Lola on the dock near the pool of the hotel.

Appearance

Jerry is an elderly man, with no hair. He wears a big brown hat, a plaid red collared shirt with a white undershirt underneath, blue suspenders and overalls, and brown boots.

Trivia

  • Despite saying his name in the episode, Jerry is simply referred to as "Cherry Farmer" in the credits.

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Jim

Groundskeeper Jim is a minor character in The Loud House. He only "appeared" in "ARGGH! You for Real?".

Biography

Groundskeeper Jim appeared in "ARGGH! You for Real?" as a minor antagonist near the end of the episode. He loved to drink cherry soda. Lincoln and Hunter bring Clyde to Jim's cemetery house, so that Clyde can believe again. Hunter captures Jim and him and Lincoln discuss what they had staged, bet neither of them set up the flying soda can. This means that there was a ghost after all.

Kirby

Kirby is a minor character in The Loud House, who made his first appearance in "Out on a Limo".

Biography

He first appears in "Out on a Limo". He is the chauffeur that drives Lincoln to the places he and Tetherby go. When Lincoln tries to go to Tetherby's party, the limo gets stuck in traffic and he horribly mistreats Kirby, who kicks him out onto the highway after his day is up. After being dumped by Tetherby, Lincoln apologizes to Kirby and he agrees to let Lincoln ride in the limo for another day with his sisters even when he and his sisters fire their mustard at Tetherby.

Appearance

Kirby is a heavy man, with light fair skin, and dark brown hair with a bald spot. He wears a chauffeur outfit, a white shirt, a black suit, with a black cap, tie, and black shoes.

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Behind the Scenes

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News Man Tucker

News Man Tucker is a minor character in The Loud House, who made his first appearance in "Butterfly Effect" He is the local news man of Royal Woods.

Background

Not much is known about him, aside from the fact that he's the local news man.

Appearance

Tucker has gray hair, with two strings of hair sticking up, and wears a navy blue suit, with a white shirt, and a red necktie. He has fair skin, black eyebrows, and prominent jowls.

Trivia

  • His name is revealed to be Tucker, when Katherine calls him that, right before she interviews Lisa in "Butterfly Effect".

Patchy Drizzle

Patchy Drizzle is the local meteorologist of Royal Woods, who made his first appearance in "Snow Bored".

Biography

Patchy Drizzle was first seen in "Snow Bored" where he talks about the snowy weather.

In "Homespun", Patchy states that Royal Woods is under a tornado warning.

In "Cooked!", it is revealed that Patchy plays racquetball with one of Clyde's dads which led to Lincoln getting his commercial promotion for Lynn's Table on television.

In "Sand Hassles", one of Haiku's plan to avoid the Morticians Club to not go to the beach was to obtain a toenail from Patchy so that they can cast a weather spell.

In "Scoop Snoop, he bowls with Katherine.

Appearance

Patchy has gray hair, which is styled like a pompadour. He wears a white long-sleeved shirt, with rolled up sleeves, and a pink and lavender striped tie.

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Snow Bored

Homespun

Scoop Snoop

Pep

Pep is a minor character in The Loud House, who made his first appearance in "No Such Luck".

Biography

He is one of the two commentators at the Royal Woods Baseball Stadium, but he's quite unenthusiastic, and seems very indifferent about what happens.

In "Net Gains", Pep and the Announcer commentate the basketball championships.

Appearance

He has black hair, a pink nose, white shirt, brown pants, white shoes, and always seems to have either a bored or dejected expression.

Trivia

  • Ironically, the term "pep" means having a lot of energy and being excited, but the character with such name has a very negative personality and shows no excitement regarding the action.

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No Such Luck

Net Gains

Mr. Rinsler

Mr. Rinsler s a minor character in The Loud House, who made his first appearance in "Camped!". He's also formerly the scoutmaster at Camp Mastodon.

Appearance

He's at tall adult with tan skin and white hair. He wears a scoutmaster uniform which consists of a brown hat, a blue shirt, dark blue shorts, a orange scarf, light yellow socks and brown shoes.

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Rip Hardcore

R.U. "Rip" Hardcore[2] is a minor character in The Loud House, who made his first appearance in "Roughin' It".

Appearance

Rip has a shaved head and wears eye black on his face. He has thick, hairy forearms and a patch of curly hair on his chest. His outfit consists of brown shorts and a pair of heavy boots. He is always seen shirtless (except for in A Loud House Christmas, since it takes place during Winter).

Biography

Rip Hardcore was first seen in "Roughin' It" where he has his own show. Lincoln is a fan of his show.

In "Mall of Duty", Rip Hardcore held a booksigning at Royal Woods Mall.

In "A Pimple Plan", Lincoln uses a remedy to treat Luan's pimple that he saw on Rip Hardcore's show.

In "Schooled!", Royal Woods Middle School's teacher Mrs. Salter is revealed to be a fan of Rip Hardcore.

In "Season's Cheatings", Rip Hardcore advertised his new backpack.

In A Loud House Christmas, Rip is contacted by Katherine Mulligan to give out facts about a supposed "sharkodile" running amok in Florida, and is eventually hired to hunt down the beast when it is spotted in Royal Woods. He chases the beast into the Royal Woods Mall until the "sharkodile" turns out to be a hoax created by Lincoln and Clyde, and is knocked out by Lisa's sharkodile tranquilizing spray for his troubles.

Fans

  • Lincoln Loud
  • Farmer
  • Renee's mother
  • Chad
  • Lincoln's female classmate
  • Lincoln's male classmate
  • Lynn's friend
  • Trent
  • Bratty Kid's mother
  • Artie Dombrowski
  • Mollie
  • Joy
  • Kat
  • Teri
  • Teri's boyfriend
  • Flat Tire
  • Maggie's mother
  • Maggie's friends
  • Tad
  • Roger
  • Ted
  • Mazzie
  • Errol
  • Scoots

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Roughin' It

Mall of Duty

Season's Cheatings

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Sources

  1. Lincoln & Clyde Review Gus' Games & Grub
  2. This image from "Mall of Duty" (in English). The Loud House. Season 2. Episode 22b. November 11, 2017.

Rowdy McQuads

Rowdy McQuads is a minor character in The Loud House, who made his first appearance in "On Thin Ice".

Biography

Rowdy McQuads first appeared in "On Thin Ice" where his ice hockey team was playing at the local ice hockey rink.

Appearance

Rowdy is a large man with blonde hair, a beard and a chipped tooth. He wears a hockey uniform with a big letter 'J' on it.

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Schmitty

Schmitty is a minor character in The Loud House who works at the Green Mile Pet Sanctuary, along with Corinne, in "Pets Peeved".

Appearance

Schmitty has brown curly hair, and suffers from acne. Like Corinne, he wears a dark green animal control uniform with a matching cap, and white shoes.

Sergei

For the Casagrande family's pet parrot, see Sergio.

Sergei is a minor character in The Loud House, who made his first appearance in "Vantastic Voyage", where he is one of the members of the Royal Woods Mini Van Society. He also appeared in "Job Insecurity", where he's revealed to be the owner and head chef of Aloha Comrade.

Biography

He becomes the boss of Lynn Sr. when the latter quits his previous job to train as a chef at the Aloha Comrade. He is forced to lay off Lynn after receiving "the rudest phone call of his life" from Lola when the Loud children find out their father is a dishwasher at the restaurant, unaware that their father had changed jobs.

Left without help during the breakfast rush he initially refuses to hire Lynn back, until the children all vouch for him and admit to their mistake. When Sergei sprains his cooking arm on a pile of filthy dishes during this he nearly closes shop until Lynn Sr. and his children all volunteer to fill in. Enjoying a huge spike in business due to Lynn's cooking, Sergei immediately promotes Lynn to co-chef.

Appearance

He is a short, overweight burly man with black curly hair. He wears a chef hat, a light green collared shirt underneath an apron, dark pants, and white sandals.

Trivia

  • Sergei is left-handed.
  • Judging from his accent, it can be assumed that Sergei is originally from Russia.
    • "Sergei" is also an alternate spelling of the Russian name "Sergey".
  • He once let Lynn Sr. create the weekly menu for Aloha Comrade.[1]

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Vantastic Voyage

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Ted

Not to be confused with Tad.

Ted is a minor character in The Loud House, who appeared in the episode "Vantastic Voyage". He's one of the members of the Royal Woods Mini Van Society.

Appearance

Ted is a tall and slim adult man with light brown hair, and a long brown fussy mustache. He wears a blue and white cap with the "V" on it, a red shirt, dark cargo shorts, tall white socks, and white sneakers.

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Vantastic Voyage
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Shop Girl

Tetherby

Lord Tetherby is a minor character in The Loud House, who made his first appearance in "Out on a Limo".

Biography

Tetherby was the heir to the tetherball fortune, so he's now a very rich man with his own mansion, and a private club just for the high-class. He also has his own limo and butlers.

He first appears in "Out on a Limo", where he influences Lincoln about how the good life is better without being with his sisters. When Kirby states to Lincoln that his limo time is up and Lincoln had to run to Tetherby's mansion, Tetherby dumped Lincoln as he no longer had a limo. At the end of the episode, Lincoln accepts that he was wrong and rude with his sisters and Kirby as Tetherby sees him with a limo again. When he offers to take Lincoln somewhere, Lincoln states that he is "full of baloney" as he and his sisters squirt him with it before Kirby drives them away.

Tetherby later made a cameo in "Super Switcheroo-niverse".

Personality

He is a very smug and egocentric man, with no respect towards the poor, even his own relatives. He only likes to hang with rich people, or people with limousines.

Appearance

Tetherby is a short, elderly man, with light fair skin, white hair, and a mustache. He wears a blue suit, with a red ascot, a white kerchief, a black top hat, khaki pants, and brown shoes. He also wields a black walking stick. When he's not on a trip, he wears a red dressing robe, and white slippers.

Trivia

  • The Nick.com closed captioning for "Out on a Limo" constantly misspells his name as "Tetherbee".

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Tim McCole


Timothy "Tim" McCole is a minor character in The Loud House, who made his first appearance in "A Fridge Too Far".

Appearance

He has blonde hair with black sides, thin black eyebrows, and a little beard at the bottom. He wears a pink collared shirt, a blue coat, blue pants, a belt that has multiple phones equipped, mini red sunglasses, and white boots.

Trivia

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A Fridge Too Far

Tyler

Not to be confused with Tyler Koberstein.

Tyler is a minor character in The Loud House, who made his first appearance in "The Boss Maybe". He is Scoots' boyfriend.

Appearance

Tyler is an younger adult man with tan skin(fair skins in “The Boss Maybe)”, big square chin, long nose, long blond hair, black eyebrows, eye-bags and muscular torso and arms. He wears a white t-shirt, blue jeans, a black belt with a steel buckle, and dark brown shoes.

Personality

Tyler is very supportive and submissive to his girlfriend Scoots. Like her, he likes motorcycles.

He's not very bright, because he tends to write the number 2 upside-down in "Resident Upheaval".

He seems to act immature for his age as in "Much Ado About Noshing" Scoots tells him to "talk in his big boy voice".

Background

Tyler first appeared in "The Boss Maybe", where he is shopping at Reininger's. He walks past Scoots and compliments her scooter and the gloves Leni is trying to sell her, convincing Scoots to buy them. Sometime later, Scoots had gotten into a romantic relationship with Tyler, as they both attend Luan's comedy show much to the annoyance of Luna. When Leni comes in to get everyone out, Scoots rides on Tyler's arm, saying he's her "ride".

In "Resident Upheaval", Tyler is revealed to be a resident of Sunset Canyon Retirement Home, and that Scoots secretly hid him and his motorcycle in a separate two-bedroom suite. She helps him keep score during Lincoln and Clyde's race to see whose grandma wins.

In "Much Ado About Noshing", Tyler accompanies Scoots during her invitation to Lynn's Table, which was an attempt for Lynn Sr. and the Loud kids to see who was the Nosher who left the restaurant a negative review. When acting immature at one point, Scoots tells Tyler to "talk in his big boy voice". When Lynn Sr. scolded Scoots and the guests, Tyler and the guests were confused as neither any of them is New Nosher123. Tyler and the rest of the guests were glaring at Lynn Sr. as it turns out Lynn sr is New Nosher 123.

In "Farm to Unstable", Tyler is shown to be an expert DJ as seen when he and Scoots got a gig and they stopped at the Hunnicutt Farm to get some items.

In "Runaway McBride", Tyler was hired by Howard McBride and Harold McBride to do his DJ work at their house for a roller skating party that he has Clyde and his friends attend.

In "High Crimes", Scoots throws a party at Sunset Canyon Retirement Home for Tyler's DJ graduation.

In "Haunted House Call", Tyler was with Scoots when she was haunted by the ghost of her old neighbor Buzz.

Trivia

  • In "High Crimes", it was revealed it took him six years to graduate DJ school.

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The Boss Maybe

Resident Upheaval

Much Ado About Noshing

Farm to Unstable

Runaway McBride

High Crimes

Haunted House Call

Sofa, So Good

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T-Bone

T-Bone is a minor character in The Loud House, who made his first appearance in "Hand-Me-Downer".

Biography

T-Bone is a motorcyclist first seen in "Hand-Me-Downer". He is first shown being wowed by Lynn's bike that Lincoln rides through town. Later on, he rides on the bike along with Lincoln. When Lincoln rides his hand me down bike, T-Bone laughs at him.

His second appearance is in "Come Sale Away", where he is one of the many people that come to the Loud siblings' garage sale. When the kids sell all the stuff from their house, he buys the "Garage Sale" sign from Lincoln.

Appearance

He has light fair skin, and a long scruffy light brown mustache. He wears a blue vest, a white shirt, gray pants, a blue helmet, a red bandana, and dark colored boots. The biker also sports a pair of sunglasses. He has a tattoo on his right arm in the shape of a heart, with the word "mom" on it. When he appeared in "Snoop's On," T-Bone didn't have his sunglasses.

Trivia

  • In "The Old and the Restless", his nick name was revealed.
  • His nickname "T-Bone" refers to a type of steak, as well as a type of automobile collision.

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Hand-Me-Downer

Come Sale Away

The Price of Admission

The Old and the Restless

Can't Hardly Wait

Snoop's On

Coupe Dreams

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Vic

Vic is a minor character in The Loud House, who made his first appearance in "Electshunned".

Appearance

Vic is an adult man with tan skin with black hair. In "Electshunned" he wears a brown jacket with black long pants with brown shoes and glasses. In "High Crimes", he wears a clown outfit.

Trivia

  • His stepdaughter owns a Gila monster,

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Electshunned

High Crimes

Scoop Snoop

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