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The Loud House Encyclopedia
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It has been suggested that this article should be split up into Minor objects/Books, Minor objects/Films, Minor objects/Games, Minor objects/Toys and Minor objects/Vehicles.

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

NOTE: The objects are alphabetized.

Ancient Book of Spells

The Ancient Book of Spells is a book that once belonged to Harriet.

In "Spell It Out", Lucy found the book inside of an old chest belonging to Great Grandma Harriet, and tried to use it against her siblings. The book contains descriptions of various spells.

Spells

  • "Eye of newt and toe of frog, Cease this endless dialogue!"
    • Causes any conversation the target is happening to abruptly end. Lucy used this spell on Lori after her spirit summoning was interrupted, which seemingly disabled her phone. In reality, the phone had a flat battery and needed recharging.
  • "Lizard's leg and howlet's wing, Bring vengeance with an itchy sting!"
    • Causes the target to develop a painful itch in their butt. Lucy used this spell on Lana for stealing her spot on the sofa. In reality, Lana had previously rolled in poison ivy and developed a nasty rash.
  • "Gall of goat, slips of yew, Turn clumsy fingers into glue!"
    • Causes the target to develop literal sticky fingers, getting stuck to everything they touch. Lucy used this spell on Lisa after her poetry book was destroyed by the latter. In reality, the stickiness was due to one of Lisa's experiments, which she had accidentally spilled.
  • "Round about the bedrooms go, On their pillows, spell dust throw, By sunrise, they will have no choice, But to listen to my voice."
    • Renders the target completely mute. Lucy cast this spell on all of her siblings so they would not walk all over her. In reality, they had lost their voices from cheering for Pop-Pop during his shuffleboard match.
  • "To put the spell back on the shelf, Transfer the effects onto yourself."
    • Removes any spell cast upon a target at the cost of being transferred to the original spellcaster. Lucy intended to use this to undo the aforementioned spells after seeing how badly they were effecting her siblings, but never went through with it after discovering what had actually happened.

Trivia

  • The beginning of the first three spells are in reference to Act 4, Scene 1 of Macbeth.

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The Bossy Twins

The Bossy Twins is a book belonging to Lincoln, focusing on first-grade twin girls who solve mysteries.

History

In "Read Aloud", Lincoln showed Lola the book, hoping she would read it for a contest since it involved first-grade twin girls like her and Lana. However, Lola refused, claiming that it was because she disliked the protagonists' haircuts, though it was actually because she had difficulty reading.

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Dirt Nap

Dirt Nap is one of Lucy's books.

History

In "Picture Perfect", Lucy was sitting on her bed reading Dirt Nap. Lincoln got her to follow him outside for the family portrait by pulling on the book while she was still reading it, and Lucy was so distracted by the book that she didn't realise that she was outside, believing that there was grass on her and Lynn's bedroom floor.

Frankie the Friendly Fairy

Frankie the Friendly Fairy is a book belonging to Lincoln.

History

In "Read Aloud", Lincoln tried to convince Lola to read it for a book contest. She refused, claiming that she now preferred unicorns to fairies, but in reality, she found reading hard. As a response, Lincoln offered Unicorn University instead.

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Hungry Like A…

Hungry Like A… is a book that Lucy reads.

History

In "Homespun," Lucy read this book and developed a crush on a werewolf character, feeling like she was cheating on Edwin. One night, she admitted her troubles to Lynn, but the thin walls of the Loud House meant that the entire family overheard her secret.

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Princess Pony

Princess Pony: The Touching True Story of a Delightful Pony who Changes the World with Her Horse Sense, often shortened to just Princess Pony, is a book that Lucy reads.

History

In "Sleuth or Consequences", Lucy is reading the book in the bathroom, so none of her siblings see her reading it. Lincoln comes into the bathroom however, making Lucy drop the book into the toilet, causing Lincoln to flush it, clogging the toilet. Lynn Sr. grounds everyone, until he finds out who clogged the toilet. Lincoln decides to find the culprit along with Lucy, unaware that she was the culprit.

Lincoln later discovers the Princess Pony book, and he and Lucy interrogate Lola, but she denies owning it. Clyde arrives at the front door and shows Lincoln a page that fell from the Princess Pony book, and a quote from the page is something that Lucy said earlier, making him confront her. She initially denies it until a Princess Pony poster is revealed, which makes her confess that she was the reader, and that she dropped the book in the toilet. She keeps it a secret from the rest of her sisters because she doesn't want to be teased for it. Lucy and Lincoln go to tell their sisters the truth, but Lincoln decides to claim the book as his, and takes the blame for clogging the toilet, resulting in everyone except him getting ungrounded. The girls state they'll make fun of Lincoln for the rest of his life for reading the book, but he is willing to take it, as he is not phased by their insults.

In "Clean-O-Clock", Lucy can sometimes ask for her Princess Pony book and, when handed it, says her line about needing a break from the darkness.

Trivia

  • Princess Pony is an obvious parody of the My Little Pony franchise.
  • It's ironic that Lola doesn't like it, as certain things - such as owning a plush unicorn and demanding horse-related stories from her father - indicate that she likes horses.

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Sleeping Sheep

Sleeping Sheep is a children's book owned by the Casagrande family.

History

When Carlitos was cranky, sleepy, and insomniac due to having a cold, Frida tried to read the book to him, since it used to put his brothers to sleep when they were babies. However, Carlitos ripped it in two.

Some time later, his brothers taped it together and tried reading it to him to put him to sleep, but he did not like this, so they dressed as sheep instead.

Survival: Bolhofner's Guide to the Wild

Survival: Bolhofner's Guide to the Wild is a book written by Mr. Bolhofner. Lincoln Loud is known to have read it.

History

When Lincoln was trying to butter up Mr. Bolhofner to change seats in class, he read this book and decided to use it to show off heat sourcing to his friends. Unfortunately, he started a smoke signal within the halls of Royal Woods Middle School, triggering the water sprinklers.

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Unicorn University

Unicorn University is a book belonging to Lincoln Loud. According to Lola, it was adapted into a movie, though considering she mentioned this as part of an excuse, it may not be true.

History

When Lincoln was trying to encourage Lola to read a book as part of a contest, he showed her Unicorn University when she mentioned her interest in unicorns. She refused, claiming to have seen and disliked its movie adaptation, but actually she found reading difficult.

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A.L.A.N. the Alien Boy

A.L.A.N. the Alien Boy is a movie in The Loud House. It only appeared in "Not a Loud", where Lincoln and Clyde were proving that the former is also an alien.

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Il Ballo Finale

Il Ballo Finale (English: The Final Dance) is a romance film that appeared in the episode "Brave the Last Dance".

Clyde took inspiration from the film when he was ready to ask Emma out to the Valentine's Day dance. However, his plan backfired when she rejected the invite. Prior to then, Clyde considered this film to be one of his favorites. Later on, he saw his fathers watching the film and asked them to turn it off in order to prevent him from thinking about the situation.

Blarney: The Luck of the Cretaceous

Blarney: The Luck of the Cretaceous is a movie in The Loud House, that stars Blarney the Dinosaur. It first appeared in "The Price of Admission".

Description

Clyde and two other unnamed preschoolers went to see it, while Lincoln went to see The Harvester. The next day, when Lincoln and his parents were going to see The Harvester, they instead watched this movie, as Lincoln did not want to see the movie again.

Trivia

  • According to this movie, Blarney has three songs:
    • Every time you lie / a Leprechaun will cry. /A fib to Mom and Dad? / Well that's just twice as bad!
    • When someone is wrong, don't make a note. / The truest friends should never ever gloat. / Just cause you're the wiser one.
    • Close your eyes, go to sleep /Blarney helps you count the sheep.
  • The movie is similar to Barney's Great Adventure.
  • This movie is rated G.

The Disemboweler

The Disemboweler is a horror film that was featured in the episode "The Boss Maybe".

While Leni was left in charge of watching over the house, Lincoln wanted to watch the movie with Clyde. They asked Leni for permission to watch it, but Lucy was against this idea, as she heard that it is supposedly "the scariest movie of all time". As a response, Leni froze up in shock, and Lincoln thought that she was allowing them to watch the movie. The boys were ultimately traumatized by the film, and they repeatedly lied to Leni that it was funny. Soon, when the chaos in the house became more intense than Leni could handle, the boys were petrified to the point that they did not even want to get up to turn off the movie. Later on, they reported their problem to Leni, who presumably turned off the film before resolving their issue by reading a book to them.

Erik the Eagle Boy

Erik the Eagle Boy is a movie in The Loud House. It only appeared in "Not a Loud", where Lincoln and Clyde were proving that the former is a half-eagle.

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Evil Hat Man: The Brimming

Evil Hat Man: The Brimming is a horror movie in The Casagrandes. It first appeared in "Home Improvement".

The film features a man who finds a hat on a sidewalk, puts it on, and gets possessed into becoming a serial killer. When it was Laird's turn to host movie night, Nikki suggested watching the film. However, while they were watching it, Arturo arrived back home, and Ronnie Anne and her friends mistook him for the Hat Man.

The film is mentioned in "Throwing Pains", when Ronnie Anne recalls watching a horror movie marathon with her friends.

The film later appears on-screen in "Curse of the Candy Goblin", when a bored and frustrated Carlitos turns on the TV.

The Harvester

The Harvester is a horror movie that first appeared in the episode "The Price of Admission".

The film features an old farmer, who had turned into a berserk murderer, who slices up his victims, and harvests their organs in a cooler. Lincoln went to go see it, even though his parents told him not to, and ended up being traumatized by it, and he couldn't sleep at all that night. Whenever he imagined the Harvester was coming to get him, it was usually just Mr. Grouse going about with some tasks he was working on.

The next day, Lincoln's parents decided to take him to the movie, but Lincoln was too afraid to see it again, and wanted to go see the new Blarney movie instead, the same one Clyde saw.

Trivia

The Harvester Movie Poster

  • The film is 97 minutes long, as seen in the time card shown after Lincoln enters the cinema room for the movie.

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The Hoppit

The Hoppit is a movie in The Casagrandes. It is Froggy's favorite movie. It's a parody of The Hobbit by J.R.R. Tolkien.

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King of the Rings

King of the Rings is a sci-fi/fantasy film in The Loud House. It is based on the J.R.R. Tolkien novel Lord of the Rings and its film adaptation series.

According to Lincoln, the plot line involves a dramatic search for a lost piece of jewelry.

In "Overnight Success", the first activity on Lincoln's itinerary was watching the five-hour director's cut of the film. After his failed attempt to watch it with Clyde, he tried to watch it with Liam, Chad, and an additional unnamed guest, but all of these times were also failures due to interference from his sisters. At the end of the episode, he watches the film with Clyde and his sisters.

In "How the Best Was Won", it is revealed that this is Clyde's favorite film of all time.

Larry the Lab-Boy

Larry the Lab-Boy is a movie in The Loud House. It only appeared in "Not a Loud", where Lincoln and Clyde were proving that the former was created by a scientist.

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Ricky, the Wrong Baby??

Ricky, the Wrong Baby?? is a movie in The Loud House. It only appeared in "Not a Loud", where Lincoln and Clyde spy on families in which one the former belongs to.

History

The movie is about a man named Ricky, and his so-called "parents" wanted a boy so badly, they told the hospital to switch babies.

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Ron the Radioactive Boy

Ron the Radioactive Boy is a movie in The Loud House. It only appeared in "Not a Loud", where Lincoln and Clyde were proving that the former has white hair after a radioactive explosion.

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Senior Year in Gear

Senior Year in Gear is a movie that appeared in the episode "Senior Moment".

The film is about three seniors who decide to live their last year of high school up to the fullest by engaging in fun, memorable activities.

Lori went to see the movie as part of a weekly tradition she had with Carol and Roger. According to her, everybody thought that it was the best movie ever, and it even got a 100% score on Dank Potatoes. After watching the film, Lori felt regretful that she and her friends had not done any of the activities that the characters from the film did, so she decided to do all of them before senior year ended.

The Ace Savvy Trivia Game

The Ace Savvy Trivia Game is, as expected by the title, a trivia game based on famous superhero Ace Savvy, and Lincoln's favorite family game.

Gameplay

The game is simply a trivia game about Ace Savvy facts. The players are given buzzers, while one person reads a question to them. The players must buzz in if they know the answer, and get the correct one. It is unknown how many questions there are total, but whoever answers the most questions correctly, wins.

History

The game first appeared in "Lynner Takes All". Tired of Lynn winning every board game, and showing off after celebrating 300 consecutive wins (and shooting confetti made out of her siblings' homework), the others decided to play a game that Lynn had never played before, and they could easily beat her at. After Lola lost in Pretty, Pretty Pageant Queen, and Lana was defeated in Plumbing Pro, Lincoln suggested this game, since he is an Ace Savvy aficionado. However, during the game, Lincoln couldn't correctly answer a single question because Lynn was psyching him out throughout the whole game. When Lori asked the final question...

Who is Ace Savvy's sidekick?

...Lincoln buzzed in, knowing the answer, but Lynn manipulated him into choking, by telling him not to because it could be a trick question. Under pressure, he incorrectly answered "Massachusetts", and Lynn gave the correct answer, the one that everyone, even she, would know: One-Eyed Jack, and won the game.

Trivia

  • This is the only board game from the episode where the box art for it wasn't shown.
    • This is also the only game where Lynn was cheating.

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Dance Battle

Dance Battle is an arcade video game at Gus' Games and Grub. As suggested by the title, it is a parody of the Dance Dance Revolution video games.

Involvement

Lincoln and Ronnie Anne played this game together at the end of the episode "Dance, Dance Resolution".

Clyde also played this game in "The Waiting Game".

Paige also played this game in "L is for Love".

Two unnamed characters were shown playing together in "Back Out There".

Lincoln and Clyde played together during their song in "Really Loud Music".

The game served as Round Seven of the competition between Lincoln and Leni's groups in "Grub Snub".

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The Waiting Game

Dance, Dance Resolution

L is for Love

Really Loud Music

Grub Snub

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Game Goggles

The Game Goggles are a virtual reality video game console owned by Lincoln.

Design

Game Goggles are rectangular in shape, and have a glass visor on the front, and they are gray in color. They also have a strap to stretch across one's head to wear them, to play on the go, and emulate the imagination of being in the game itself, as with most virtual reality goggles.

Function

When worn, they display the game's visual 8-bit imagery with you as the player, and in order to play games with it, you'll have to do real motions. They are very fragile and will fail to function any longer if damaged.

History

The Game Goggles have only appeared in "Get the Message" so far. One known game it seems to have is a game where you fight zombies through breakdancing. Lincoln danced so much when playing that game, he accidentally played right into Lori and Leni's room and Lori was not happy about that. When Lincoln was using the bathroom and put his game in there, Lori barged in and took the bathroom, but Lincoln accidentally left his Game Goggles in there. When Lori left the bathroom, Lincoln found that she stepped on them and assumed she did it on purpose. Furious, Lincoln left a scathing and hateful message on Lori's phone about why she's the worst sister ever, but Lori came back after he finished his message and revealed to have gotten him a new pair of Game Goggles after she accidentally stepped on his old pair. Lincoln, realizing his mistake, tried to erase the message only for Lori to delete it before it got to the scathing part because he's not allowed to leave messages on her phone. But she found the note that explained why she was the worst sister ever, and planned on turning Lincoln into a human pretzel as revenge. Lincoln put on his Game Goggles and played the Zombie Breakdancing game by doing the Running Man.

They briefly appear in "A Novel Idea", when Lincoln is at the arcade. However, they're colored purple, instead of gray, like the first time.

References

  • The Game Goggles seem to be based on the Virtual Boy, a console by Nintendo, that failed on the market, due to lack of virtual reality simulation, severe constancy of headaches, and eye restraints.
  • The Game Goggles seem to resemble an Oculus Rift.

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Get the Message

A Novel Idea

Jolly Hollow

Jolly Hollow is a mobile app that was introduced by Lana and Lola to their dad in the episode "Anti-Social". It is an app that will let you build and decorate your house.

Trivia

  • This app may be inspired by another mobile game, Candy Crush.

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Plumbing Pro

Plumbing Pro is a board game owned by Lana, and is her favorite board game.

Gameplay

The object of the game is to remove as many pieces from a prop toilet without touching the sides. If you touch the sides twice, you lose. The player who removes the most objects from the toilet wins.

History

The game first appeared in "Lynner Takes All". Tired of Lynn winning every board game, and showing off after celebrating 300 consecutive wins (and shooting confetti made out of her siblings' homework), the others decided to play a game that Lynn had never played before, and they could easily beat her at. After Lola failed to beat her at her own game, Pretty, Pretty Pageant Queen, Lana suggested this game. Lynn touched the sides once, and would lose if she touched it again. She went outside to do some push-ups, and regain her confidence. When she came back, she easily removed every single object that was in the toilet, and won. After that, the toilet prop broke, so it's likely the game was unplayable at that point.

Trivia

  • The game is similar in style to Operation.
  • Its design is based on Toilet Trouble.

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Pretty, Pretty Pageant Queen

Pretty, Pretty Pageant Queen is a board game owned by Lola, and is her favorite board game.

Gameplay

Not much is known about this game, but it appears that the objective of the game is to collect as many beauty pageant items as possible, and make it to the end of the board with those items before anyone else. However, if any player, whether or not they have any items, rolls three 10's on all of the dice at the same time, that player will be judged with a perfect score, and automatically win the game.

History

The game first appeared in "Lynner Takes All". Tired of Lynn winning every board game and showing off after celebrating 300 consecutive wins (and shooting confetti made out of her siblings' homework), the others decided to play a game that Lynn had never played before, and they could easily beat her at. Lola suggested this game, and Lynn automatically won the game, thus remaining undefeated, and having defeated the so-called pageant queen.

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Raging River Racers

Raging River Racers is a mobile-app that was introduced by Lincoln to his Dad in the episode "Anti-Social", when his Dad was too impatient waiting in the long line to use the bathroom.

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Rip Ride

Rip Ride (also known under the Japanese title リップライド) is an arcade game from Gus' Games and Grub.

History

The game only appeared briefly in "The Waiting Game". Lincoln and Clyde found Chandler playing the game when he made an illegal left turn and lost. Chandler attempted to keep playing, but he was out of tokens, so Lincoln gave him some more tokens to let him keep playing.

The Settlers of Cat-Land

The Settlers of Cat-Land is a multiplayer board game owned by Lisa, and one that requires strategy and teamwork.

Gameplay

The objective of the game is to build and develop as many holdings as possible, while trading and acquiring sources that are to the liking of cats. These items include catnip, balls of yarn, litter boxes, scratching posts, and laser pointers. The game has a set timer, and when the timer goes off, the game ends and the player with the most developed holdings wins.

History

The game first appeared in "Lynner Takes All". Tired of Lynn winning every board game, and showing off after celebrating 300 consecutive wins (and shooting confetti made out of her siblings' homework), the others decided to play a game that Lynn had never played before, and they could easily beat her at. After many failed attempts to defeat Lynn which include Lola with Pretty, Pretty Pageant Queen, Lana with Plumbing Pro, and Lincoln with The Ace Savvy Trivia Game, Lisa suggested that they all join forces and play a game that would require working with one another, while avoiding working with Lynn. The Settlers of Cat-Land was her suggestion.

During the game, Lynn was falling way behind, because everyone else was working with each other. All she had was a simple piece of catnip, and she ended up in 2nd place, while everyone else was tied for the lead at the end. The others finally beat Lynn at a game, but their victory was short lived.

The next day, Lynn's defeat at that game only drove her to start being obnoxiously competitive at everything her siblings were doing, even if they were just doing everyday tasks. This drove the others to have a rematch of Cat-Land with her, but this time, instead of uniting against her, they decided to throw the game, and make sure Lynn won so she would stop turning everything into a contest and beating them at it. However, Leni took the plan's instructions literally, and threw the game out the window.

It is unknown if she threw it in the trash, or if Lisa collected everything from the game after Leni threw it out, and still owns it.

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Total Trash Takedown

Total Trash Takedown is a video game owned by Lincoln that made its first appearance in "Game Off".

Gameplay

This is a two-dimensional platforming game with eight levels. In the first seven levels, three rotten apples must be collected in order to advance. The access to the end of each level is via a trash can. In the final level (the trash castle), the player must defeat the Trash King in order to win. The player is given five lives, and if they lose them all, they must start from the beginning.

In addition to platforming, there is also a point in Level 6 where the player controls a recycling truck on an auto-scroller.

Known threats in the game include:

  • Flies with boxing gloves
  • Pacing creatures with trash bags on their heads
  • Bottomless pits
  • Compost beasts
  • Acid pools
  • Potholes
  • Rats that pop out of holes
  • Radioactive trash
  • Bulldozers
  • Unloading trash cans

According to the game's official strategy guide, there is a shortcut in Level 1 (a recycling bin) that allows the player to skip ahead to Level 4.

The game has both single-player and multiplayer modes, the latter of which is known to be used on tournaments.

History

The game first appeared in "Game Off", where Lana noticed Lincoln playing the game before dinner. She asked him for a turn, but Lincoln refused because he had just beaten all but the final level, and he was not comfortable with risking his last life. That night, Lana had a dream about the game, which ultimately drove her to playing it in secret. Unfortunately, she lost Lincoln's last life and feared that he would find out, so the next morning, she made Lucy take Lincoln out of the house as a distraction. Meanwhile, Lynn and Lisa assisted Lana in trying to beat the game up until they reached the Trash Castle. Unfortunately, Lana's attempt failed, and Lincoln arrived back home just moments later. After Lana confessed her responsibility for the loss, Lincoln distraughtly started a new game and played it. Later on, Lana brought her older brother some snacks as a means of sympathy, and she also assisted him in some of the levels. Lincoln then decided that once he finished his game, he could start a new game for Lana, which she agreed to.

The game made another appearance in "Lori Days", where Lincoln and Lana played together in the tournament. Lori came by and attempted to start a conversation with them, but since they were wearing headphones, they could not hear her and only gave commands to one another. Lori did not understand that their commands were directed at each other and not her, so she misledly obeyed them. Lincoln and Lana ultimately lost in the second round of the tournament and decided that they may have been better off hanging out with Lori instead.

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Game Off
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Total Turbo XXII

Total Turbo XXII is, as Lincoln calls it, the world's awesomest racing video game. Lincoln and Leni were shown playing it in "Driving Miss Hazy".

Gameplay

As Lincoln said, this is a racing game, the goal is for the player is to drive as best as they can. The player races down a highway, where there are lots of cars and buildings that act as obstacles. Should the player collide into any of these, they will lose the game, and it will result in a Game Over. The driver is the player's image virtually produced into the game. Their performance is judged based on side-screen feedback, such as "Good", "Holy Cow", or "Dang, Girl" (the last one likely being because of who was playing at the time). The player can also drive off billboards to get ahead of Sunday Drivers, and punch people down to get to where their destination. The controller is a virtual wireless steering wheel.

History

The game first appeared in the episode "Driving Miss Hazy", where Lincoln tried to teach Leni how to drive by implementing the game mechanics to her like it was a driving simulator. At first, Leni wasn't ready to play, because she needed to wear her special driving outfit, and take a few sips of a soy pumpkin cookie crumble cream smoothie. When Leni was finally ready to play the game, she started off doing poorly, by constantly driving into walls, the side of the road, and buildings. She got so bad that her virtual self got out of the car before it exploded. The reason for her poor playing is because she wasn't going anywhere fun. Lincoln encouraged her that they were going to the mall. Now motivated, Leni started playing more confidently, and managed to win the game and even beat Lincoln's high score by swerving past traffic, flying off billboards, and reaching her destination, even going so far as to having her virtual self knock over an old lady.

However, this method proved to be a bad idea as when Leni took her thirteenth driving test, she imitated the game mechanics and thus failed yet again.

This game may have been somewhat referenced in "No Guts, No Glori", where Lincoln pulls up a video game.

In the game Clean-O-Clock, Lincoln occasionally plays it.

References

  • The game's core gameplay style is like that of classic arcade racing games that are released in the 1980s and 90s such as Out Run, Pole Position, and Rally-X. The wireless steering wheel is like that of those games' method of control involving use of a steering wheel to turn the cars in addition to it being used in modern driving games.
  • The way Leni's virtual self drives off a billboard is like Mario Kart 8 and the F-Zero series by Nintendo, where the racer's vehicle can race on the side of walls via anti-gravity mechanics.

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Colonel Crackers

Colonel Crackers is a minor character in The Loud House.

History

Colonel Crackers is Luan's old ventriloquist dummy. Although he appears to be an inanimate puppet, Crackers is capable of talking on his own. Lincoln is shown to be frightened whenever he speaks.

Appearance

Colonel Crackers wears a dark blue hat, a blue jacket with gold buttons, and epaulets. He has gray eyebrows, a long gray mustache, and bags under his eyes. He also has only one arm, as the other has gotten lost somehow. He also has really small pupils.

Trivia

  • He strongly resembles the cereal box mascot, Cap'n Crunch.
  • "Head Poet's Anxiety" revealed that Luan had Mr. Coconuts when she was much younger (specifically, when she was eight), so it's unknown when or why she acquired Colonel Crackers, though she had to have been seven at the oldest.

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Cutie Bake

The Cutie Bake is the brand of a set of toy ovens that are owned by Lola. So far, its only appearance was in the episode "Read Aloud".

Appearance

The Cutie Bake is a small, turquoise-colored oven with the "Cutie Bake" logo plastered on the front.

Despite it being a toy, it's capable of baking real food, as Lola is seen using one of her Dad's cookbooks to help her make pizzas for her family in "Read Aloud".

Trivia

  • The Cutie Bake toy oven is similar to the Easy Bake toy oven.

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Eunice

Eunice is a toy unicorn belonging to Lola Loud. She is a turquoise unicorn with a star shape on her side and a purple mane.

In "Tea Tale Heart", Lola had a pretend tea party with Eunice, as well as Mr. Sprinkles and Rosie. Later, Lola apologises to Eunice for not being able to rely on her for emotional support like she does with Mr. Sprinkles.

In "Strife of the Party", Duncan rips through Eunice's chest and Eunice is later repaired.

In "Prize Fighter", Lola tells Eunice her plan to act like a "monster".

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No Laughing Matter

The Crying Dame

Tea Tale Heart

Strife of the Party

Training Day

The Last Laugh

Prize Fighter

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Lights, Camera, Nuclear Reaction

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The Maltese Bear

Robot Reboot

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Lily's teddy bear

Lily's Teddy Bear is a teddy bear owned by Lily, and has a crush on it in "L is for Love".

Appearance

The teddy bear has brown fur, with nougat tones for the belly and insides of the ears, pink cheeks, pink and nougat undersides for the feet, black eyes with three pairs of eyelashes, and a large black round nose. It was first seen in Lily's crib when it fell on her, and she gave it a hug. It was later seen when Lily crawled up to it, winked at it and hugged it. The teddy bear was then seen when Lily showed a drawing of the two of them, and hugged it again.

Despite being an inanimate object, Lily is in love with her teddy bear, both in a friendly way and in a romantic way. It's justified in that Lily's still just a baby, and probably does not have a full understanding of the concept of love.

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Fearsome Flyer

The Fearsome Flyer is a brand of sled that first appeared in "11 Louds a Leapin'".

Appearance

The Fearsome Flyer has the following two designs:

  • The Fearsome Flyer 1000 is dark red, and has a black texture.
  • The Fearsome Flyer 8000 is red, and has a yellow texture.

Fenton

Fenton the Feel-Better Fox (also known as The Demon Toy) was a toy that appeared in "The Crying Dame".

Description

Fenton was originally Lori's favorite toy when she was a baby. While he always cheered her up, his constant singing drove her parents crazy to the point that they almost didn't have any more children. Presumably around the time of Leni's birth, the parents stored Fenton in the attic, though they believed each other to have gotten rid of him.

In "The Crying Dame", Lori passes down Fenton to Lily to stop her from crying. The toy succeeds in cheering Lily up, though Rita and Lynn Sr. warn their children that Fenton will drive them crazy, too. Over the course of three days, Fenton's constant singing aggravates the kids, even driving away Lori's friends. Under Lincoln and Lola's suggestion, the kids plan to get rid of the toy. While Lily undergoes a diaper change, they steal Fenton and toss him into a dumpster. Despite their attempts to keep Lily from crying, she deeply misses Fenton to the point of depression, so the siblings go to search in the dumpster, but Fenton isn't there. They check the local dump in hopes of still recovering the toy, but to their distress, it is destroyed in a trash compactor upon their arrival. As they sadly drive back home in guilt of destroying Lily's favorite toy, they realize that Fenton's song is still in their heads. To make up for destroying Fenton, Lincoln dresses up as Fenton and dances in front of Lily, while Luna sings its song. Lincoln admits that he and his sisters might have to sing Fenton's song for the rest of their lives, but they do it to make Lily happy. When the parents come back home from shopping and see the kids singing and Lincoln in a Fenton costume, they put their earmuffs on and run away screaming in horror.

In "Home of the Fave", Lynn Sr. dresses up as Fenton while spending time with Lily. This is ironic, considering his fear of (or at least aversion to) the toy.

In The Loud House Movie, Fenton is seen in a picture in the end credits, being cuddled by a baby Lori. The same picture can also be seen barely in the "Life is Better Loud" sequence.

In "Super Switcheroo-niverse", Fenton makes a cameo as a construction worker.

Song

"Cheer Up, Baby" is Fenton's signature song, which it sings when its foot is pressed. Its lyrics are:

Cheer up, baby, don't you cry
No more tears, it's cheer up time
Laugh with me and we will be
Happy, happy, happy!

It does a side-to-side dance as it sings, moving its arms up and down in synchronization while shaking its hips. It has wheels on its feet so it can rotate as it dances.

Fenton's jingle was listed as an honorable mention in The Loud House Mega Music Countdown.

Trivia

  • The name "Fenton" is a parodical reference to the species "fennec fox".
  • Fenton's appearance bears some resemblance to Foxy from the Five Nights at Freddy's franchise, except that Foxy is a pirate, not a singer.
  • Though technically genderless due to being an animatronic toy, Fenton is referred to with male pronouns as Lori reminisces that "he always cheered [her] up."
  • According to Rita, because Fenton's singing almost drove her and Lynn Sr. crazy, they almost didn't have any more children, which would have left Lori an only child.
  • Fenton's jingle is titled "Cheer Up, Baby", so he's possibly aimed at babies.
  • Fenton was presumably taken to the attic around the time of Leni's birth because the comic "It's Just a Phase" shows a one-year-old Lori blaming her flatulence on Fenton.
  • In The Loud House Movie, Fenton is depicted with his legs in a sitting position, even though previous appearances had no indication his legs can be articulate.

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Lisa's water guns

Lisa owns at least five water guns that she keeps in her closet.

Appearance

They are dark green water guns with pink highlights and lime green barrels.

History

In "One Flu Over the Loud House", Lisa filled up her water guns with chicken soup (using the chunky variety because it's "heartier") and handed one each to herself, Leni, Luna, Lincoln, and Lucy to fire at their sick sisters and parents to "slow them down".

The water guns can be seen in Lisa's closet in the game Living Loud: Lincoln's List.

In "Robot Sitcom", Teddy tries to play with them with Lisa's three robots, but this causes them to short out instead.

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Lola's tea set

Lola Loud owns a tea set, which she plays with and keeps in her room.

In the intro, Lola is seen drinking tea from her tea set.

In "Left in the Dark", the twins and two frogs have a tea party with the tea set.

In "Changing the Baby", Lola plays with her tea set when Lincoln ask if she want to see his coin collection. later in the episode she was have a tea party with Lily.

In "Sleuth or Consequences", Lola pours tea to one of her stuffed animals

In "Study Muffin", Lola offers Hugh tea.

In "Room with a Feud", Lola and Lucy are having a tea party.

In "No Laughing Matter", Lola plays with her tea set while giving out finger sandwich. Later in the episode she was giving Luan a dollar.

In "Read Aloud", Lola is making tea on the dining room table.

In "The Crying Dame", Lola pours too much tea into a teacup due to being stressed out, then later in the episode Lola has a tea party with Lily to keep her from crying.

In "Friendzy", Lola is seen drinking tea with her friend Roxxane.

In "Tea Tale Heart", Lola plays with her tea set and Lucy's doll Rosie.

In "Love Birds", Lola offers Miss Hummingbird some tea from her tea set.

In "Strife of the Party", Lola is having a tea party with Mr. Sprinkles and Eunice discussing her and Lana's birthday party.

In "She's All Bat", Lola serves tea to Lucy's friends.

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Mr. Snuggles

Bunny is a puppet owned by Luan in her youth. In the episode "Room and Hoard", Bunny co-hosts The Mick and Bunny Variety Hour with a Mick Swagger puppet owned by Luna.

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Mr. Sprinkles

Mr. Sprinkles is a decent-sized, brown teddy bear with a blue charm belonging to Lola.

In "A Tattler's Tale", Lola exclaimed, "Busted!", which scared Lincoln because he thought she was talking to him, but really she was talking to Mr. Sprinkles and telling him not to eat sweets before dinner.

In "Mall of Duty", he can be seen laying on the couch.

In "Anti-Social", he can be seen playing Duck, Duck, Goose.

In "Tea Tale Heart", Lola carried money around in a zip-up pouch in Mr. Sprinkles's back.

In "A Pimple Plan", Lola put Luan's makeup on Mr. Sprinkles.

In "A Star is Scorned", Lola complains to Mr. Sprinkles about Lily stealing her glory.

In "Strife of the Party", Lola talks to him about her 7th birthday.

In "A Loud House Christmas", Mr. Sprinkles is seen during Lola's tea party.

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Rafo

Rafo is Darcy's stuffed giraffe doll.

Appearance

Rafo is a stuffed giraffe that belongs to Darcy Helmandollar. It has yellow fur with big brown spots, black dots as eyes, and three pairs of eyelashes.

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Rosie

Rosie , short for Lady Rosalind Cordelia Annabella Pembrookington, is a doll Lucy keeps in a miniature coffin, who featured in the episode "Tea Tale Heart".

Appearance

Rosie has ceramic limbs and head but a cloth body, blonde curly hair, and tan "skin".

Initially, she had a full head of hair that went down to her shoulders and a white poofy dress with a blue bow and short sleeves. However, when Lola Loud washed the tea stain off her dress, it got stained pink due to Lana Loud's cap being in the wash. In addition, Rosie's head got a large crack in it and when attempting to fix it, Lola accidentally removed most of Rosie's hair, so now Rosie only has a few strands of hair. Rosie's shoes are also pink.

Replacement

When Lola was unable to restore Rosie, she tried to cover her tracks by replacing Rosie with a different doll. Initially, this doll looked just like Rosie originally did but with different eyeliner, straight hair, and teeth showing. However, Lola changed the eyeliner, curled the hair, and filed down the teeth, so now the replacement looks just like the original Rosie.

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Teddy Bear

Teddy Bear was a sentient teddy bear who Todd brought in "Robot Sitcom" to replace Toaster as their roommate. However, he proved annoying for the robots, so Toaster came back and burnt him.

Appearance

Teddy was a brown teddy bear with blue mittens that had white trim.

Personality

Teddy somewhat resembled a small child in his personality, berating his roommates for not sharing and wanting to have a water gun fight with them. His voice also resembled a small child's.

Trivia

  • It is unknown where Todd got him from, or how he became sentient.

Teddy Talks-a-Lot

{{Object |title1 = Teddy Talks-a-Lot |type = Stuffed animal |owner = Casagrande family |first episode = "[[Silent Fight"}} Teddy Talks-a-Lot is a purple teddy bear.

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When Carlitos couldn't sleep and was in a bad mood due to having a cold, Frida offered him the bear. However, he ripped its voice box out.

Dirt Bike

The Dirt Bike is a motocross bike currently owned by Lynn. It first appeared in "No Guts, No Glori".

Appearance

It has a red plate that says "1", just like Lynn's BMX bike. It has two wheels, and most of the mechanism on the bottom. There is a seat and 2 handles. It has some related things to a motorcycle, but different. It only appeared in the episode, "No Guts, No Glori" and the show's intro.

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Lydia

Lydia is a car that Lori coveted in "Coupe Dreams".

Appearance

Lydia is sky blue, with two doors and an off-white interior.

History

When Lori was car shopping, she instantly loved the blue car, which Lori named 'Lydia', but they could not afford it.

Lori tried to raise money for Lydia by carpooling, babysitting, delivering food, and painting nails, but was unsuccessful due to getting fired because she was incompetent and too busy to do the jobs properly. She ended up buying Mr. Grouse's old car, which Leni named "Eliza", instead.

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Pink Bike

The Pink Bike is a bike that was previously owned by Lori, and is currently owned by Lynn. It first appeared in "Hand-Me-Downer".

Appearance

It is a pink bike, with glitter on it. It also has lots of heart and flower patterns on it. The bike seat is white, and the basket is light brown with a flower on front of it. It also has pink, blue, and white streamers.

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Sick Bike

The Sick Bike is a bike that is owned by Lincoln. It first appeared in "Hand-Me-Downer".

History

According to Leni, she was the first owner of the sick bike, which was purple in the flashback. Then Luna says Leni handed the bike to her, but she made some adjustments, by making it dark indigo, with spikes. Then Luna handed it to Luan, which she made into a yellow unicycle. Finally, Luan handed it down to Lynn, which she made into the bike that Lincoln now owns. Then at the end of the episode, Lincoln hands it down to Lana, who makes some unknown adjustments to it.

Appearance

The bike has light gray coloring, has a red plate with the number "1" on it, and light blue pegs on each side of the wheels.

Trivia

  • This bike was handed down to each sibling in birth order; For example, it was first owned by Leni, then she handed down to Luna and so on with Luan, Lynn, and finally Lincoln.
    • Lincoln also handed down the bike to Lana, but she's not next to him in birth order.

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Sledzilla

The Sledzilla (named after Vanzilla) is a toboggan people that first appeared in A Loud House Christmas. It is owned by Lincoln. It is able to seat 13 people.

The sled was delivered to Lincoln through the mail, and he originally wanted to use it to sled down a hill at Tall Timbers Park, and when his family had other plans, he attempted to change their minds using the sled, but found it to be broken upon unwrapping it.

While Lincoln was asleep, the family fixed it as a gift to Lincoln for his thoughtfulness.

Tandem Bike

The Tandem Bike is a hand-me-downed bike currently owned by Clyde. It first appeared in "Hand-Me-Downer".

Appearance

The Tandem Bike is a yellow colored bike with two seats.

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Luan's unicycle

Luan's unicycle is a unicycle belonging to Luan Loud.

In "Funny Business", Luan works at a pirate-themed birthday party, juggling fruit on her unicycle. She later uses her unicycle to go to Maggie's birthday party and help Lincoln.

In "One Flu Over the Loud House", Luan's unicycle is seen lying discarded in the hallway because Luan is sick.

In "Predict Ability", Lincoln, in attempt to seem unpredictable, rides Luan's unicycle to school.

In "Puns and Buns", Benny tries to get Luan out of the way by having her deliver burgers on her unicycle.

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