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The Loud House Encyclopedia

List of various female minor adult characters.

Bobbie Fletcher

"Bobbie" redirects here. For Ronnie Anne's brother, see Bobby Santiago.

Bobbie Fletcher is a minor character in The Loud House, who made her first appearance in "Snow Way Out". She is Lana's racer hero.

Biography

In "Snow Way Out" Lana, in a state of hurry, says Bobbie is holding a contest at the Burpin' Burger, saying that the winner gets to be a member of her pit crew.

At the Burpin' Burger, Bobbie arrives, and says that in order to win the competition, they need to find a hamburger wrapper decorated with skidmarks. Bobbie starts the competition, and the crowd quickly rushes in. Flip, claiming to be a huge fan of Bobbie Fletcher (even though he can't even say her name right), asks for a dozen burgers, wanting the winning wrapper so he can sell it for a huge stash of cash.

As Flip drives the Loud kids through the thick snow, they pass by Bobbie, since her racecar's engine died out. Lana steps in to fix the engine, and Bobbie, amazed at Lana's skill, gives Lana her number so she can be a crew member (in twelve years), resulting in the siblings cheering for her. Flip, stating that he's responsible for bringing Lana to her, asks Bobbie (mispronouncing her name as Blippity Fletchman) for a reward, and she simply buries him in snow as she zooms off.

In "Wheel and Deal", after Lana and Lincoln finish the race a second time when almost all of the Loud Family is asleep, Bobbie is revealed to be present, where she congratulates the two for being the only team with a homemade car. She says that she would love to take the car for a spin and Lana lets her jump in. However, the car breaks down and Bobbie offers to help fix it up.

Appearance

Bobbie has waist-long brown hair, three pairs of eyelashes, freckles, and eye-bags under her eyes. She wears a red and yellow race car outfit, and red shoes.

Trivia

  • Bobbie's racing number, 88, is possibly a reference to her voice actress Karsyn Elledge's uncle, former race car driver Dale Earnhardt Jr., whose racing number was 88 during his time with Hendrick Motorsports from 2008 to his retirement in 2017.
  • Bobbie's name is similar to Bobby Fletcher (voiced by comedian Jim Florentine) from Comedy Central's Crank Yankers, with Bobby being spelled with a "Y" instead of "IE".

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Carol Linnaeus

Dr. Carol Linnaeus is a one time character in The Loud House, who made her first appearance in "Blinded by Science".

Biography

Dr. Linnaeus appeared in "Blinded by Science" as the main antagonist. In the episode, she tricks Lisa into selling Flip to her to do more research on him for a day at Incognito Laboratories. The next day, Lisa received a letter from Flip calling for help. Linnaeus has been using Flip as a lab rat and is planning to shoot him into space without a space suit. After Lisa tries to save Flip, Linnaeus tries to stop her along with two bodyguards. When Lisa and Flip are cornered, Flip uses his Flippee and spills it on the floor, making Linnaeus and the bodyguards slip into the rocket where it launches them into space.

Appearance

Dr. Linnaeus is a tall woman with brown hair with a hair knot in the back. She wears glasses, a white lab coat with a black tie, and gray flats.

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Trivia

  • Her name is a gender-flipped variant of Carl Linnaeus, the father of modern taxonomy.

Coach Hutch

Coach Hutch is a minor character in The Loud House. She first appears in the episode "Driving Ambition".

Biography

She first appears in "Driving Ambition", where she is seen supporting Lori on her golf tournament.

Appearance

Coach Hutch wears a white hat, black sunglasses, pearl earrings, white shirt, lavender skirt and socks, and white shoes.

Trivia

  • During the production of the episode, she was supposed to have a curly ponytail. After the release of the episode, she now has short hair.

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Corinne

Corinne is a minor character in The Loud House who made her first appearance in "Pets Peeved" as an antagonist. She works along with Schmitty, at the pet sanctuary.

Appearance

Corinne has shoulder length blonde hair, a long pointed nose, and red lipstick. Just like Schmitty, she wears a dark green animal control uniform, a matching cap, and brown shoes.

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Dana Dufresne

For Lori and Leni's friend, see Dana.

Dana Dufresne is a minor character in The Loud House who made her first appearance in "Toads and Tiaras"

Biography

She was seen as the host and one of the judges of the "Miss Prim & Perfect" beauty pageant in "Toads and Tiaras"

She reappeared in the episode "Gown and Out" as the host of the "Little Miss Southeastern Michigan" pageant. This was confirmed by Maddie Taylor, who voices the character and transitioned after her first appearance; in August 2019 Taylor revealed that the character would return again in a fourth season episode and that the staff had the character transition as well so she did not have to voice a male character.[1]

Appearance

Dana is tall with fair skin, short red hair, and black glasses. She wears a pink sweater during practice and a blue gown in the actual pageant.

Pre-transition, she had white hair with a patch of black and wore a gray tuxedo with a black bow tie and brown shoes. She also sported red sunglasses with yellow lenses.

Trivia

  • Pre-transition Dana was Maddie Taylor's final male role before transitioning into a woman in late 2016.
  • According to Lola, Dana was the host of the Little Miss Lil' Old Me Pageant.[2]

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  1. Maddie Taylor 🏳️‍⚧️ [@MaddieTaylor418] (Aug 8, 2019). "Figured I'd let you all know. @Nickelodeon is doing good stuff in trans and LGBT representation. Very proud of this. #TransIsBeautiful #transpride #Nickelodeon #loudhouse #animation" (Tweet) – via Twitter.
  2. Loud, Lola (June 24, 2022). "Prize Fighter" (in English). The Loud House. Season 6. Episode 11b. "Dana, darling, I haven't seen you since you hosted the Little Miss Lil' Ol' Me Pageant!"

Dr. Shuttleworth

Dr. Shuttleworth is a minor character in The Loud House.

Biography

Dr. Shuttleworth runs the Shuttleworth Daycare Academy, which the Loud parents have been wanting their children to go to for years.

In "Potty Mouth", she visits the Loud House to examine Lily as a potential candidate for the academy. Though she’s fooled by Lisa who disguised herself as Lily, she ultimately deems Lily to be a perfect fit for her school. She also figures out that Lily saying, "dannit" is actually her wanting a donut and offers one.

In "Schooled!", Dr. Shuttleworth welcomes Lily to Royal Woods Preschool, but ultimately sends Lily back home when Lily seemingly turns out to be not potty-trained. During the following week, she also encounters Leni, who has accidentally entered the preschool by mistake and is mistaken for a volunteer.

In "Diss the Cook", she was among guests invited by Rita on her late graduation party.

In "Appetite for Destruction", Dr. Shuttleworth oversees toddlers finger painting and clay carving in her class. However, she finds herself having to deal with Lily and various toddlers causing mischief and mayhem across the preschool.

Personality

Dr. Shuttleworth is friendly as long as kids and adults don't cause troubles around her. She's friendly to babies and toddlers due to years of working at preschool. To see potential of her future students she prepares various tests of skills. She's impressed, if a baby shows good skills at any field like music, painting or sports. Despite her intelligence she was easily fooled by Lisa impersonating Lily. Despite years of experience, she stills has troubles with rebellious toddlers.

Appearance

Dr. Shuttleworth is a short and round woman, with short brown hair, black glasses, white pearl studded earrings and red lipstick. She wears a yellow dress with a white frilled collar, white lines at the end of the sleeves and black high-heeled shoes.

Trivia

  • According to Lisa, Dr. Shuttleworth has a slight astigmatism, just by examining her glasses.

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Jesse Hiller

Jesse Hiller is a minor character in The Loud House who made her first appearance in "Write and Wrong". She works as the editor-in-chief of the Royal Woods Gazette.

Biography

Jesse Hiller was first seen in "Write and Wrong" where she reviews Rita's resume and would hire her to write the perfect parent article if her kids are perfect. This caused Rita to have her kids act perfect as they explain to Jesse about Rita by singing "Our Amazing Mother." Jesse was impressed with this outcome and hired Rita. When Jesse Hiller and two of her staff members dined at Jean Juan's French Mex some days later, they got annoyed with the Loud children's antics and Jesse recognized them after Leni said hi to her. As the kids try to pass themselves off as Flip's kids, Rita had to come clean about everything. When Jesse fires Rita, the two staff members with her spoke against this stating that her column advice helped them out with their kids. Noting that she doesn't have kids of her own, Jesse decides to withdraw firing Rita. When Lynn does a burrito spike and the waiter gives Rita the check while telling her to take her family's celebration elsewhere. Jesse and the two staff members were surprised as Rita tells them that this happens to her family all the time.

Personality

Jesse has a tendency to use gazette phrases to start off comments like "This just in," "Breaking news," and "Stop the presses."

Appearance

Jesse Hiller is a slim adult woman with tanned skin, long brown hair and red lipstick. She wears golden earrings, white bracelate, mint green sleeveless shirt with white collar and white frills, black belt, whit trousers and mint green high heels.

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Joannie Sassafras

Joannie Sassafras is a minor characterThe Loud House who made her first appearance in "Director's Rut".

Biography

Not much is known about Joannie, other than that she is a comedian who never gave up on pursuing her dreams.

Appearance

Joannie is a tall woman who looks very similar to Luan, with fair skin, red lipstick, and light brown hair in two ponytails with yellow hair ties. She wears a yellow short-strap blouse with a black skirt with a white belt and pearl earrings,

Trivia

  • Luan looks up to her.

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Katie Crest

Katie Crest is a minor character in The Loud House who made her first appearance in "Band Together".

Appearance

Katie is a woman with tan skin. She wears yellow earrings, white shirt, blue coat, black shorts with buttons, stockings and gray boots.

Biography

Katie Crest first appeared in "Band Together" where Luna and her band the Moon Goats sought to be discovered by her. When she agreed to listen while dining at Lynn's Table, the Moon Goats performed for her. However, she was only impressed with Luna and had her fill in for a former member of a band that she manages. Due to the band not being into the same band hijinks as the Moon Goats and the Moon Goats having Chunk as a replacement, Luna came up a compromise and arranged for Chunk to play for the band.

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Lee

Lee is a minor character in The Loud House, who made her first appearance in "Pulp Friction".

Biography

She appears in "Pulp Friction", when Principal Huggins attempts to submit his comic to her. After getting caught by Lincoln and Clyde and explaining why he wanted to win the competition, he talks to Lee to buy Lincoln and Clyde some time to alter the ending of their comic.

Appearance

She's a woman in her midlife. She has short brown hair similar to Lori's, two pairs of eyelashes, and eye bags.

She wears a blue short sleeved collared shirt and golden circular earrings.

Trivia

  • According to Principal Huggins, he recalls her son attending his school.

Michelle

Michelle is a minor character in The Loud House who made her first appearance in "Really Loud Music".

Biography

Michelle is the producer and judge of his singing show called ¨America's Next Hit Maker¨. They even have a recording studio in the show. She first appeared in "Really Loud Music" where they serve as one of two main antagonists of the episode where she and Doug 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 Doug, Michelle 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

Michelle is a tall woman with with light fair skin and long brown hair. She wears yellow hoop earrings, a sleeveless red dress, a pink scarf around her neck, a yellow belt around her waist, and black high heels.

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Midge

Midge is a minor character in The Loud House who made her first appearance in “Strife of the Party.”

Appearance

Midge is a curvy woman with fair skin, reddish-brown hair, and freckles. She wears fuchsia lipstick, periwinkle earrings, a sleeveless purple blouse, dark purple pants and black flats.

Trivia

  • Her nametag is blank.

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Mopes

Mopes is a minor character in The Loud House who made her first appearance in "Double Trouble".

Biography

Not much is known about her, except that she is Scoots’ twin sister and entered in the Auntie Pam’s Parlor contest. She rides on a moped, in a similar way to Scoots who rides a scooter.

Appearance

Mopes looks almost identical to her twin sister Scoots, except with straight hair. She wears black sunglasses, a yellw boater hat with a pink bow, a beige sweater, long maroon pants, and white shoes.

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Mrs. Jelinsky

Mrs. Jelinsky is a minor character in The Loud House, who made her first appearence in "Driving Miss Hazy".

Biography

She first appeared in "Driving Miss Hazy", where she was apparently at Royal Woods Mall when Leni assaulted her during a driving test, like in Total Turbo XXII. When the Police Officer brings Leni back to the Loud House, Mrs. Jelinsky is seen in his vehicle, still yelling at Leni for her driving.

She also makes an appearance in "Linc or Swim", where her hip bone is fractured during Senior Swim at the Royal Woods Community Pool, while the Loud kids were having a chicken fight. She states that she "just replaced this hip".

She reappears again in "Intern for the Worse", where she is shopping at Flip's Food & Fuel, and she tries to warm up a burrito she purchased, but the microwave is broken. Clyde offers to warm it up with the restroom compressed air dryer, but to no avail. Lincoln then heats it up using Mrs. Jelinsky's car's exhaust. Despite her burrito being covered in exhaust fumes, Mrs. Jelinsky praises Lincoln for his service.

Appearance

Mrs. Jelinsky has curly gray hair, and pink lipstick. She wears black glasses with white lenses, a dark mint-green dress with a white collar, white socks (one is worn up high and the other is worn down), and brown shoes.

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Pam

For the sister of the Fox quintuplets, see The Fox Family.

Pam is a minor character in The Loud House, who makes her first appearance in "Cheater by the Dozen".

Biography

She first appeared when Bobby visits her house so she could fit him for a tux, though Lincoln and Clyde thought he was cheating on Lori with her.

Appearance

Pam is a tall woman with short brown hair, and two sets of eyelashes. She wears a white pearl necklace, a white bracelet over her left wrist, a pink sleeveless shirt, white rolled up pants, and yellow heeled sandals.

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Auntie Pam

Auntie Pam is the owner of an ice cream parlor.

Appearance

She's a chubby woman with fair skin, freckles and black hair tied in pigtails.

Biography

Auntie Pam is first mentioned in "Any Given Sundae" as the owner of Auntie Pam's Parlor. She had a commercial done for it to announce that they are closing early to give their scoopers a rest.

Auntie Pam made her first appearance in "Sister Act" where her big ice cream dish would be for the winner of the town's recycling contest which Lana competed in. Lana was told by Mayor Davis that she won that contest. Due to Lana having Lola taking her place in her dentist appointment with Dr. Feinstein and Lana taking Lola's place in her doctor's appointment with Dr. Peterson, Lana had a toothache and couldn't finish the ice cream. Rita took a look at the tooth which caused Auntie Pam to faint. After Lana and Lola were reprimanded by their parents for taking each other's places in things they don't like, Lana states that she can't return to Auntie Pam's parlor without showing a dental X-Ray.

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Officer Schoffner

Officer Schoffner is a minor character in The Loud House, who first appeared in "Rita Her Rights".

Biography

She first appeared in "Rita Her Rights" where she tells Rita that because of her recent traffic tickets, she's forced to either spend time in jail or do community service work. After a series of crimes that enabled her to get community service, Rita is visited at her house by Officer Schoffner who informs her that what she did is considered a crime spree and will have to do some jail time. After reading the violations Rita did to the rest of the family, Officer Schoffner states to Rita that she will see her at the courthouse and tells her not to make her come after her. At the time when Rita was incarcerated, Officer Schoffner came into the visiting area and quelled the family's shenanigangs. Now understanding what Rita goes through with her family, Officer Schoffner releases Rita while arranging for her sentenced to be commuted. She does tell Rita to look for her in the tow zone if she is looking for her.

Appearance

She is a heavy woman, with light fair skin, two pairs of eyelashes, and dark brown hair tied up in a ponytail. She wears a typical police outfit.

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Trivia

  • She's one of the few characters in the show whose eyelashes are prominently curved.

Stern Fern

Stern Fern is a minor character in The Loud House who made her first appearance in "On Thin Ice".

Biography

She is an usher at the hockey arena, who Lynn had a rivalry with because of Fern's sternness and the fact that they supported opposing teams. Lynn also says the reason they call her Stern Fern because she's the most feared usher in the league.

Appearance

Fern is a hefty woman. She wears a blue hat with a gray shirt and blue jeans. She has dark orange hair with a black mole on her left cheek.

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Sue

Sue is a minor character in The Loud House, who made her first appearance in "The Old and the Restless". She is the main antagonist of said episode.

Biography

She is a nurse who "cares" for the residents of Sunset Canyon Retirement Home. In her first appearance in "The Old and the Restless", she interferes in each of Lincoln and Albert's activities deeming them unsafe for elderlies. When Lincoln wants to take Albert out into town, Sue will give them 6:00 to be back in time for curfew or else Albert will be on his perverbial keister. Despite the other elderlies sneaking them back in and throwing off Sue, Lincoln and Albert get busted by Sue who somehow got into Albert's room and evicts them. The other elderlies take a stand and threatened Sue to evict them as well. Sue allows Albert to stay and orders all the elderlies to go back to their rooms. When Albert states that she will not treat them like babies, Sue breaks her clipboard and storms off.

In "Insta-gran", Albert attacks Seymour as Lynn and Lincoln try to break it up. When Lori, Luna, Lana, and Lola show up, Seymour demands that they call Sue or anyone.

Personality

She is very commanding and dislikes the residents disobeying her orders and doesn't tolerate any nonsense. She also always says an activity would be fun if they wanted to (insert bodily injury) to try and make the seniors do very lame activities. She dislikes the seniors leaving the retirement home even for a few hours. It's shown that she is very punctual, and kicks anybody out if they're even a minute past the 6 PM curfew. She almost kicks Albert out of the retirement home for sneaking in past his curfew, but due to the seniors standing up for him and telling her off, she lets him stay. This shows that she can go with the majority. She is shown to be threatening, like Lola and Lori.

Appearance

Sue is a hefty woman. She wears a white button-down dress, and a white hat with the red cross symbol on it. Her hair is a cordovan shade of brown, tied back into a bun with a red hair tie. She also wears black low tops.

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Tammy Gobblesworth


Tammy Gobblesworth is a minor character in The Loud House who made her first appearance in "A Flipmas Carol".

Biography

Years before the events of the series, Tammy attended Royal Woods Middle School with Flip. The night of the middle school Christmas dance, Flip had gathered up the courage to ask her to attend the dance, and she accepted. However, Flip had lost his ticket, and in an attempt to get in was scammed by Scoots into acquiring a fake ticket and wilted flowers. The dance usher denied Flip entry, and he watched through the door as Tammy danced with another boy. He was so angry he vowed to never be swindled again and became a swindler. By the time of the series, Tammy had become the face of the Gobblesworth Farm, which specializes in turkeys.

In "A Flipmas Carol", Flip is forced to relive the day he was scammed by Scoots and forced out of dancing with Tammy by the Ghost of Christmas Past. After having a change of heart, he delivers a turkey from the Gobblesworth Farm to the Loud family. When Lisa points out where the turkey came from, Flip recognizes Tammy on the label, realizes this is what she has done in the years since middle school, and requests to take the label.

By "Flip This Flip", Flip has kept the Gobblesworth Farm label and has been trying to call Tammy's number to ask her out on a date, but keeps chickening out every time. Under a pep talk from Lincoln and Lana, Flip manages to call her. However, he panics when she answers, and Lincoln helps him to ask her out on a date at Lynn's Table. However, he soon realizes that he might not be good enough for her as she appears to be classy and sophisticated in contrast to her, so he asks Lincoln, Leni, Lana, Lola, and Lisa to help him. They manage to get him to be sophisticated, and the date goes smoothly until they visit the opera, in which Flip accidentally falls into a tuba and Lana has to blow him out of his suit. However, Tammy reveals that beneath her veneer of sophistication, she is just as slobbish as Flip is, and that she only dressed fancy for their date to impress him. The couple resumes their date, embracing their slobbish lifestyle.

Appearance

Tammy is a middle-aged woman with long, brown hair tied in a bun with a red bow. She has tanned skin, red lipstick, three eyelashes, and a red dress with a white lace and sleeves.

In her youth, Tammy had a sleeveless red dress with a prominent white collar and frills, longer and thicker hair, a bigger bow on her hair, red and white shoes, pink eyeshadow, and braces.

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Tina

Tina is a minor character in The Loud House who made her first appearance in "Back Out There".

Biography

Not much is known about her, except that she is Rusty's piano teacher.

In "Resident Upheaval" it's revealed that she lives in Sunset Canyon Retirement Home.

Appearance

She has gray hair tied to a bun, small eyebrows, and three pairs of eyelashes. She wears a violet sweater over a white collared shirt, glasses, long dark brown skirt, and leg warmers with white shoes.

Personality

Tina likes to meet new people, and she is shown to be caring towards Rusty.

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