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The Loud House Encyclopedia

This is a list that contains locations that have minor appearances in The Loud House.

NOTE: The locations are alphabetized.

Hunnicutt Farm

The Hunnicutt Farm is a location in The Loud House located in Royal Woods. It is where Liam Hunnicutt lives and where his family grows crops and raises animals.

History

The Hunnicutt Farm was first mentioned in "Out of the Picture" where Liam tells the story of how a boy named Marty Malach didn't get his yearbook photo. Liam said nobody knows Marty anymore and now lives behind the barn.

The farm was first seen in "Pasture Bedtime" where Liam has his first sleepover with his friends. The boys do many activities such as wrangling chickens and playing hide-and-seek, all of which the boys getting phone calls from their classmates about the fun things their missing out from the pool party. Sleeping was held at the barn after Lincoln and friends trying to tire Liam. They then drink goat's milk to make Liam sleepy and then Lincoln and friends sneak out to Girl Jordan's pool party. The next day, Liam finds out the conditions his friends had from the pool party and his friends apologize to him. They later had a bacon breakfast at the farmhouse.

It was later seen in "Racing Hearts" where one of the Astonishing Quest's challenges was to collect a dozen eggs from the chicken house. Sam was able to collect the eggs after communicating with the chickens, but Luna falls onto Sam because the chickens crowded on Luna, which caused her to lose her balance.

In "Antiqued Off", it was briefly seen when Liam was milking a cow while talking on the phone.

It was also seen in "Cow Pie Kid", where Lynn saw Liam throwing cow pies to sell from his farm and trained him to become a baseball player.

In "Farm to Unstable", Liam's grandmother injured her leg, while his father and brother went to an egg convention, leaving Liam short-handed. His school friends tried to do his work for him -- with Lincoln milking Daisy the cow, Clyde collecting the chickens' eggs, Rusty looking after Mee-Maw, Zach harvesting rutabagas, and Stella shearing the sheep -- however, they ended up being kicked by Daisy, chased by the chickens, nagged by Mee-Maw, attacked by a gopher, and chased by the sheep respectively. Thus, they tried to buy products from Flip's Food & Fuel and sell them instead, but this backfired when the rutabagas and milk turned out to be spoiled and the cotton gave Cheryl and Meryl rashes. Thus, the children worked to properly acquire Liam's farm products.

In the comic Winter Special, Liam herds his sheep into his barn to warm up the cows, whereupon the sheep fall asleep, and he and Virginia fall asleep on top of them.

In another comic, Guessing Games, it features in two storylines. In the first, Liam is sick in bed and, to deal with loneliness, he dresses several of the animals up as his friends. In the second, the Louds leave the Hunnicutts in charge of Charles, Cliff, Geo, and Walt, and Liam, now recovered from his illness, tasks Virginia with showing the Loud pets around the farm. Walt makes friends with some chicks and Geo with some mice, but then he accidentally wakes up the bull, angering him. Virginia defends Geo by farting in the bull's face, and then she, the Loud pets, the chicks, and the mice take a nap together.

Appearance

The outside of the barn is like any barn in real life with a red coat of paint, white doors, a grey roof, and a grey silo. Inside is a large area with hay bales, a ropes course, a wheel for chickens to run on to generate electricity, and a milking area. The outside of the farm house is painted yellow with a reddish-brown roof and brick chimney. The only room inside the house is the kitchen. It has a table, sink, pictures hanging on the wall, and two windows, one big and one small.

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Pasture Bedtime


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Racing Hearts

Cow Pie Kid

Animal House

Farm to Unstable


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Haunted House Call

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Huntington Manor

Huntington Manor is a private neighborhood located in Huntington Oaks, that only appeared "Tricked!".

History

According to Lincoln and Clyde, every Halloween, the people who live in Huntington Manor give children full-size candy bars instead of bite-size ones. Amazed by this discovery, the two try to sneak in, in hopes of getting full-size candy bars for Halloween.

In "Tricked!", Lincoln and Clyde infiltrate the neighborhood disguised as two wealthy British boys returning from an overseas trip. Once inside, they put on their real costumes and proceed with trick or treating. It is unknown how they left the neighborhood undisguised and undetected.

In the "Candy Hunting at Huntington Manor" story of graphic novel The Loud House: A Very Loud Halloween, Clyde and the Loud siblings go for trick-or-treating at Huntington Manor, and end up getting even more candy than they had expected.

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Spokes House

The Spokes House is a house where Rusty, Rocky, and their parents live. It appeared in "Back in Black" and "Antiqued Off".

Trivia

  • The interior and exterior of the house have been seen.

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Tetherby's Mansion

Tetherby's mansion is a big manor located in Royal Woods. Its owner is Lord Tetherby, who obtained it by being the heir to the tetherball fortune.

It only appeared in "Out on a Limo", when Tetherby invites Lincoln here to show him how to live life like the rich.

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Yates House

The Yates House (originally the Crowley House) is the house where the Yates family live.

Description

It's a two-story house, with a gray roof, a garage, and a red door. It also has navy blue window panes, and a white painted fence. The house also has a red chimney. It also has bushes and trees surrounding the house. By the house, there is a sidewalk.

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Ruth’s lake house

Ruth's lake house is a lake house that appeared in the episode "Ruthless People" where Rita's group consist of Leni, Luan, Lucy, Lana, Lisa and Lily go to since Aunt Ruth didn't want them to stay at her place because they stress out her cats.

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Tad’s lake house

Tad's lake house is a lake house that appeared in the episode "Senior Moment" where Lori, Carol and Roger visit.

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Auntie Pam's Parlor

Auntie Pam's Parlor is an ice cream parlor that appeared in the episode "Any Given Sundae". It usually closes at 8:00, but for one whole week in this episode, it closed at 5:00.

It also makes an appearance in "Sister Act", where Lana goes to eat the ice cream jackpot that she earned from winning the recycling challenge. However, after people found out that she had not gone to her dentist's appointment, they banned Lana until they could see a dental x-ray.

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Any Given Sundae

Sister Act


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Double Trouble


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Banger's & Mosh

Banger's & Mosh is a restaurant that first appears in "L is for Love".

History

Not much is known about this restaurant, but it has a British motif, and it's where Rita and Lynn Sr. had their first date.

In "L is for Love," the kids follow the love letter to Banger's & Mosh where they think that Luna was invited there by Sam only to find that it was written by Lynn Sr. to Rita.

In "Fool Me Twice," Luan has Lynn Sr.'s double participate in a trivia contest and miss an easy question to embarrass Lynn Sr.

In "Cooked!," Banger's & Mosh is featured in Lincoln and Clyde's commercial to promote Lynn's Table. When told about the big group by Lincoln, the host tells Lincoln that he can sit them in pairs yet one person is going to have to sit by themselves.

In the book The Ultimate Party, it is revealed that Duke, the owner of Banger's & Mosh, is a friend of Howard and Harold McBride from college.

Trivia

  • The restaurant's name is a take on Headbanging and Moshing. It's also a pun on "bangers and mash", which is British slang for sausages and mashed potato.
  • The lower part of the logo is designed after the font used by the American rock band KISS.

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The Burnt Bean

The Burnt Bean is a coffee house located in Fern Valley.

History

In "The Write Stuff," Rita takes Lucy and the kids from the writing club to the Burnt Bean. All of the kids perform their poems but Principal Huggins told Rita not to take the kids to the Burnt Bean.

In "Tails of Woe," Cheryl was going to go to the Burnt Bean to get a latte.

In "Brave the Last Dance," Lincoln and his friends accompany Stella at the Burnt Bean to read tea leaves to see Clyde's future for the dance.

In "Band Together," The Moon Goats (Luna, Sam, Sully, and Mazzy) preform their song at the Burnt Bean.

In "Training Day", Lana visit while following the destruction from Stella's bunny Jazzy.

It is also metioned in "Grub Snub," when Lincoln suggests an equally good places just like Gus' Games and Grub and the Burnt Bean is one of them. Jackie says she doesn't really drink hot liquids.

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Dark Side of the Spoon

Dark Side of the Spoon is an restaurant that appeared in the episode "Missed Connection". It is a restaurant that where people eat in complete darkness.

Dim Yum

Dim Yum was a Chinese restaurant that debuted in "Leader of the Rack". In "Grub Snub", it was shut down.

Dine 'n' Dance

Dine 'n' Dance is a diner near the Sunset Canyon Retirement Home.

History

It only appeared in "The Old and the Restless", where Lincoln and Albert go to have lunch. At first, Pop-Pop doesn't wish to eat anything too heavy, but Lincoln informs him that he can handle it, and he agrees to eat what Lincoln is having, with chili on it.

Known Dishes

  • Cheeseburgers
  • Fries
  • Chocolate Shakes
  • Cottage Cheese
  • Melon Slices

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Eat Diner Coffee Shop

Eat Diner Coffee Shop is a restaurant located in Royal Woods where people come here to have breakfast, lunch and dinner.

It only appeared in "House Music", where Luna visits trying to find inspiration for her Mick Swagger song. There she talks to a stranger and tells him about how bad she feels about creating a band with her siblings. He tells her that the most important part of a band is to have fun.

Trivia

  • The diner's design is based on the painting Nighthawks by Edward Hopper.

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Mud Flap Café

The Mud Flap Café is a café that only appeared in "Tripped!"

Appearance

This café only appeared in "Tripped!" when the Loud family play their song "Road Trippin' Blues" to earn enough money to get on a bus. The owners and audience also mispronounced their last name as "Load".

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The Red Herring

The Red Herring is a restaurant located in Royal Woods. It only appeared in "Roadie to Nowhere".

History

Not much is known about this restaurant, but Chunk often performs here with his band, Chunk and the Pieces.

Trivia

  • The name of this restaurant is a fallacy that means something is misleading/distracting someone from a relevant or important issue.

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Spunk E. Pigeon's Pizza Palooza Paradise

Spunk E. Pigeon's Pizza Palooza Paradise is an arcade and pizzeria located in Royal Woods. Its only appearance so far was in "Read Aloud".

History

Main article: Read Aloud

Trivia

  • The character Spunk E. Pigeon is based off a failed pilot by storyboard artist Darin McGowan.[1]
  • This location could possibly be a parody of Chuck E. Cheese's and its constituents, Pizza Time Theatre and ShowBiz Pizza Place.
    • The animatronic band's name is a reference to ShowBiz's beloved animatronic band, The Rock-afire Explosion.
  • This is the second pizzeria/arcade in Royal Woods, right after Gus' Games and Grub.
  • The exterior of the restaurant looks similar to Pizza Hut.

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Biker Gear

Biker Gear is a place located in Royal Woods that sells motorcycles and bicycle accessories.

It first appears in "Hand-Me-Downer". Lincoln, Clyde, and the other biking boys came here during their cycling trip and bought a dummy, which Clyde calls Manny.

Duds for Dudes

The Duds for Dudes is a men's clothing store, which is located in Royal Woods. It appeared in "Back Out There".

History

Not much is known about this store, aside from three factors:

  1. It's a men's clothing store.
  2. They rent/sell suits/tuxedos.
  3. The store is owned by the Spokes family.

Workers

Trivia

  • One of the mannequins in the store resembles Slender Man, but without tentacles on its back.

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Back Out There

Frame on You

Haunted House Call

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Good Sport Sporting Goods

Good Sport Sporting Goods is a recreational store located in Royal Woods, that sells many outdoor supplies and stuff.

It only appeared in "Linc or Swim". This is where Lincoln buys his kiddie pool "Paradise For One". Later, his sisters go there (off-screen) to buy the deluxe pool.

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Karaoke-Dokie

Karaoke-Dokie is a karaoke bar located in Royal Woods. It only appeared in "Roadie to Nowhere".

History

When Luna feared that her ambition to be a rocker wouldn't happen, she attempted to work at The Spin Cycle, but when her overenthusiasm got her fired, she tried to get a job at this karaoke bar, since she can still express her love of music. She was hired as the bar's DJ, but while Mrs. Johnson was singing onstage, Luna began blasting music that made it hard for Mrs. Johnson to sing. Also, Luna began jamming so hard, she shoved Mrs. Johnson off the stage to sing the song she was singing, resulting in her boss firing her.

Trivia

  • The name is a mashup of "karaoke", and "okie-dokie".
  • There's a location in the show Victorious with the same name.
  • There's a skit in Animaniacs with the same name.

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Larry Berry Bakery

Larry Berry Bakery is an bakery that appeared in the episode "Racing Hearts" as part of the Royal Woods Astonishing Quest.

It also makes an appearance in "Strife of the Party" where Lana and Lola are looking for cakes for their birthday party.

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Strife of the Party

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Mega Comics

Mega Comics is a comic book store, only shown in "Back Out There".

Zach's friend, Renee, is browsing 99 cent back issues, including Tessie (red cover), Millie (yellow cover, in the "grab bag" row), and Planet (blue cover, in the sci-fi row).

An orange "1st Edition" poster is beside a high shelf on the wall.

Zach implies it may have Ace Savvy comics. Lincoln and Renee proceed to grapple over a limited edition Christmas special called "Deck the Halls!!".

R.I. Pete's Coffins & Urns

R.I. Pete's Coffins & Urns is a funeral service.

Business

The service seems to specialize in the production of funeral coffins and urns. It was only showed in "L is for Love", when Lucy meets Silas.

Trivia

  • R.I. Pete's Coffins & Urns comes from R.I.P. (Rest In Peace).

Shoulda Coulda Wooda

Shoulda Coulda Wooda is a wood department located in Royal Woods. It only appeared in "What Wood Lincoln Do?".

History

It appears in “What Wood Lincoln Do? where Lincoln has a woodworking project at his school to get different kinds of wood. His mother wants him to do it the right way but he decides to do it the wrong way by buying a stool that was already made with wood. Mrs. Johnson is so impressed that she makes him do extra credit by making him make a dresser for her.

Trivia

  • The name of the store is a reference to a casual way of pronouncing "should have", "could have", and "would have".

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Spin Cycle

The Spin Cycle is a record store located in Royal Woods. It only appeared in "Roadie to Nowhere".

History

When Luna feared that her ambition to be a rocker wouldn't happen, she attempted to work at The Spin Cycle, since her enthusiasm for music could be beneficial to the customers. Upon being hired, a customer came in, and asked Luna for Mick Swagger's newest album, claiming he's "pretty good". Luna, however, claims that Mick Swagger is more than "pretty good", and begins showing the customer all of Mick Swagger's past albums, petrifying her in the process. When Luna's knowledge of Mick Swagger drives the customer away, the boss fires Luna for being too enthusiastic.

Trivia

  • The name of the store is actually one of the steps of a wash cycle.

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Todd's New/Used Cars

Todd's New/Used Cars is an automobile dealership located in Royal Woods. It only appeared in "Vantastic Voyage".

Employees

  • Steve
  • Several others most likely

Trivia

  • So far, it is the only known car dealership in Royal Woods.

Bowling Alley

Royal Woods Bowling Alley is a bowling alley that only appeared in flashbacks set prior to the series.

History

The bowling alley first appeared in "The Whole Picture" as the place that the Loud family spent Lincoln's 6th birthday party.

The bowling alley later appeared in "Head Poet's Anxiety" as the place where Luan first attempted stand-up comedy in public.

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The Whole Picture

Head Poet's Anxiety

Scoop Snoop

Chateau Royal Condos

The Chateau Royal Condos is a place located in Royal Woods, where Cheryl and Meryl live.

History

When Mr. Grouse was looking for a place after her moved from his home, he decided to stay in the spare bedroom of Cheryl and Meryl's condo. when he tries to sleep, the two practice for a hoedown competition, the music keeping him awake.

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For Sale by Loner

Double Trouble

Haunted House Call

Sofa, So Good

DMV

The Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) is a place located in Royal Woods, where the people can obtain their driving licenses after passing the driving test. It only appeared in "Driving Miss Hazy" and "Driver's Dread".

Leni has taken her driving test there fifteen times. While she has failed the first fourteen tests, she finally passed on her fifteenth attempt, albeit thanks to Lisa hotwiring Vanzilla with a self-driving device.

Family Fun Fair

The Family Fun Fair is a carnival that only appeared in "House Music". Attractions include a talent show, which families can enter, and carnival rides.

Rides

  • Whirl & Hirl
  • Family Fun Fair Band Stage
  • Lots of Rides

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Miss Liza's Pageant Training Center

Miss Liza's Pageant Training Center, is, as its name says, a training center for little girls participating in beauty pageants, located in Royal Woods. It is the employment place of Lola.

History

In "A Tattler's Tale", Lincoln asked the girls there if they know a secret about Lola. However, all of the girls are too scared to tell Lincoln anything, but he did learn a horrifying secret about Lola from what may or may not have been a spiteful pageant rival.

Miss Liza's Pageant Training Center makes a second appearance in "Fool Me Twice", where Lola's double gives Lindsey one of Lola's pageant crowns.

Appearances

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Rest Area

The Rest Area is a location in Royal Woods. It only appeared in Selfie Improvement.

Visitors

Royal Woods Arena

The Royal Woods Arena is an arena located in Royal Woods. It hosts events such as the "Royal Woods Ultra Extreme Ninja Competition".

It only appeared in "Health Kicked".

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Royal Woods Auction House

The Royal Woods Auction House is an auction house located in Royal Woods.

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Royal Woods Cinema

The Royal Woods Cinema is a movie theater that first appeared in "The Price of Admission", and reappeared in "Senior Moment". It was also mentioned that the Louds were going there in "No Such Luck" and "Write and Wrong".

Movies

Posters

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Royal Woods Community College

The Royal Woods Community College is a Community College.

Students

Trivia

  • This may or may not be the same community college Hugh attends.

Royal Woods Football Field

Royal Woods Football Field is a sports arena that appeared in "The Loudest Yard" and "Friday Night Fights".

Trivia

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Royal Woods Library

The Library is a recurring location in The Loud House.

History

In "Read Aloud", the Loud family goes to the library to do the reading challenge to go to Spunk E. Pigeon's.

In "Hero Today, Gone Tomorrow", when Lynn and Margo go get books but Librarian Wetta points out they have overdue fines.

In "Recipe for Disaster", Leni was accidentally going to return her dad's cookbook, Lucy's poetry book and Lola's diary.

In "Family Bonding", a mysterious woman in a trench coat gives Jeff Miller a book about growing Georgia peaches.

Royal Woods Prison

The Royal Woods Prison is a correctional facility located in Royal Woods, Michigan.

Royals Woods Roller Rink

The Royals Woods Roller Rink is a roller rink where Lynn and her roller derby team goes for roller derby competitions.

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Royal Woods Theater

The Royal Woods Theater is an auditorium located in Royal Woods that only appeared in "Head Poet's Anxiety".

History

It has been Luan's dream to be the youngest person to ever perform at the Royal Woods Theater, until Lucy, after reading her improved poem to her poetry teacher, gets invited to perform at the same place, thus surpassing Luan, who becomes very angry and jealous because of that. After Lucy learns about Luan's dream, she tries to get out of performing by pretending to be sick. When Luan finds out that Lucy doesn't want to steal her dream, she encourages her to perform at the theater, where Lucy reads a poem dedicated to Luan.

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Funny Farm

Funny Farm is a fake camp made by Lynn Sr. and Luan that only appeared in "Fool's Paradise".

Trivia

  • The name "funny farm" is a slang term for a mental institution or insane asylum.
  • It also shares its name with a playground rumored to be added in Disney's Toontown Online. The rumor turned out to be false.
  • According to Lynn Sr., he had to buy a huge section of land just so he and Luan can set up the fake entrance.

Green Mile Pet Sanctuary

Green Mile Pet Sanctuary is a place for animals to be impounded. It is located in the outskirts of Royal Woods. It only appeared in "Pets Peeved".

Trivia

  • The name of this place is a reference to the Stephen King novel, and its film The Green Mile.

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Weeping Willow Resort & Lodge

Weeping Willow Resort & Lodge is a hotel resort located near Lake Michigan. It has only appeared in "Tripped!".

History

The Loud family has been working hard to earn enough money so they can spend a week at the Weeping Willow. However, during the ride there, the family ran in various mishaps.

The resort is infamous for its on-time scheduling, as people have to check in to their reserved rooms by 8:00 PM, or their room will be given away to someone else.

According to Lincoln, the resort is famous for its bumper boats, horseback rides, and the 26 flavors of fudge it carries.

Mapleton Middle School

Mapleton Middle School is a school in Canada that debuted in "Schooled!". Lincoln is briefly transferred there from Royal Woods Middle School until he is banned from Canada.

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School members

Current Students

  • Sadie
  • Canadian Boy
  • Canadian Student 2

Former Students

Staff

  • Principal Marshall
  • Mrs. Borutski

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