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"No Guts, No Glori" is the sixth episode of the first season of The Loud House.


Lincoln and nine of his sisters work as a team to thwart the tyranny they face with Lori as their babysitter.


It's Friday night, and Lynn Sr. and Rita are going out on a date. Unfortunately for the Loud kids, Lori is in charge, and apparently takes glee in bossing them around. She won't let Luna rock out, Lana make mud pies, Leni talk on the phone, or Lincoln play his new video game. Dressing up as a military drill sergeant, she instructs them that they will have a very boring evening, to which they obey.

When Lori is in charge, no one is safe.

Lincoln invites his other sisters to sneak into his room, and suggests a plan to overthrow "The Queen of No". After distracting Lori, the others ambush her, and tie her to a chair. The other sisters vote for Lincoln to be their new babysitter, and despite her warning that Lincoln won't make a good leader, and that the house will fall apart without her, they confine Lori to her room with Lola on guard duty.

However, Lori's warning proves to be true, as in under five minutes, the kids mess up the house with their roughhousing and destructive antics. Lincoln attempts to get them to stop, but they refuse to do so, derisively calling him Lori. Realizing that Lori is the only one who can stop the chaos, he tries to get Lola to release her, but she instead knocks him out with a golf club, and ties him to a chair.

Lincoln and Lori realized they're in huge trouble.

Upon using Geo to free himself, Lincoln makes his way into Lori's room through her window and begs her to help him. She refuses at first, but accepts the help. The two make their way downstairs, and Lori uses glitter to distract Lola and the warning that Mom and Dad will be home in ten minutes to get the other sisters to cease their madness and clean up the house, and they have to do it fast since she gets a call saying that they'll be home really soon. Under Lori's authority and through Luna's cleaning montage, the kids manage to clean the giant mess just as their parents get home. Lori joins Lincoln in playing his new game, having learned that you can't say "no" all the time, and all is well until Dad notices his broken golf club which Lola used to knock out Lincoln earlier, as Lori and Lincoln stare at each other in shock, knowing that they're in huge trouble.


Despite being voiced by Cristina Pucelli in this episode, Luan has no lines in this episode, but was heard obeying Lori's command with her other siblings, cheering, and laughing when she chases Leni.


 ) Associated production music
 ) Original music
 ) The Loud House/The Casagrandes music

  Justice League - Jean-Claude Monaca, Eddy Abidi, Pascal Atenza [Title card]
  The Late Set - Laurence Cottle [Opening]
  Cold Fear - Dick Walter [Lincoln smells Mom's expensive perfume]
  The Evil Twins - Gregor Narholz ["And no videogames!"]
  Arms Race (a) - John Knowles, Christopher Knowles, Frank Ricotti [Lori assembles the siblings and pets]
  Secret is Out (a) - Magnum Opus [Geo passing around the sibling's notes]
  Night Talking - Anthony Hymas [Lincoln's pep talk]
  The Evil Twins - Gregor Narholz [Loud siblings rope up Lori]
  Arms Race (a) - John Knowles, Christopher Knowles, Frank Ricotti [Loud siblings take Lori away]
  ? ["The king of yes!"]
  The Reaper - Phil Xenidis, Elizabeth Hooper, Andrew Bojanic, Russell Emanuel, Randall Cooke, Keith Armstrong [Luna plays guitar]
  ? [Lincoln's video game]
  The Reaper - Phil Xenidis, Elizabeth Hooper, Andrew Bojanic, Russell Emanuel, Randall Cooke, Keith Armstrong [Luna plays guitar]
  Pop Punk - Doug Rockwell [Lisa makes an explosion]
  The Reaper - Phil Xenidis, Elizabeth Hooper, Andrew Bojanic, Russell Emanuel, Randall Cooke, Keith Armstrong [Lincoln recalls what Lori said]
  Arms Race (a) - John Knowles, Christopher Knowles, Frank Ricotti [Lincoln getting furious]
  Comic Capers (b) - Charlie Brissette, Norman Mamey [Lincoln runs into Lola]
  The Reaper - Phil Xenidis, Elizabeth Hooper, Andrew Bojanic, Russell Emanuel, Randall Cooke, Keith Armstrong [Lincoln roped up]
  Do or Die - John Powell ["Let's roll!"]
  The Reaper - Phil Xenidis, Elizabeth Hooper, Andrew Bojanic, Russell Emanuel, Randall Cooke, Keith Armstrong [Lori sees the mad house]
  Pop Punk - Doug Rockwell [Luna plays clean up music]
  ? [Lori and Lincoln see the crack in the wall]
  ? [Mom and Dad come home]
  ? [Lincoln and Lori play a video game]
  ? [Ending]

Physical distribution

This episode is available on the "Welcome to the Loud House", "The Complete First Season", and "L'amour Vache" DVDs.


  • The "clean-up music" Luna plays towards the end of the episode has a part that sounds like "Pop Punk," a pseudo-fourth wall break.
  • The episode takes place on Friday the 13th, a day often considered to bring superstitious misfortune.
    • Coincidentally, this episode premiered in the US on a week that had a Friday the 13th.
  • This episode takes place in February, because the calendar is shown to only has 28 days.
    • In fact, this episode takes place on Friday, February 13, the day before Valentine's Day.
  • It is revealed that Lori is the only sibling who can keep the house from ending up in a pile of rubble or ashes.
  • It is revealed that Lori is very good at playing video games.
  • It is revealed that the Loud family also own four pet fish, and so far, this is their only appearance.
  • During the scene where the sisters sneak past Lori's room into Lincoln's room, Lana is wearing the shades she had in "Get the Message."
  • The situations made by Lincoln's sisters:
    • Leni & Luan - The former being chased while on the house phone by the latter's fake spider.
    • Luna - Playing her music too loud.
    • Lynn - Pouring dirt, and using a water hose for her dirt bike.
    • Lucy & Lana - Having a food fight.
    • Lisa - Doing her weird science experiments.
    • Lily - Running around without her diaper on.
      • Lori and Lola were the only sisters who did not cause any disasters. This is due to the former originally being put in charge before Lincoln overthrows her, and takes her job, and the latter standing guard in front of Lori and Leni's room.


  • No Guts, No Glori - The title references the phrase "no guts, no glory," which means that success doesn't come without the courage to take risks.
    • This pun is kept in several foreign dubs of the series too:
      • Arabic: لا شجاعة، لا غلوري [la shajaeata, la ghLori]
      • Dutch: Geen lef, geen gLori
      • Latin American Spanish: Sin Agallas, no hay Glori
  • Street Fighter - The title screen for Lincoln's game is in a similar font to this Capcom fighting series as seen in arcades and gaming consoles.
  • NES and Nintendo 64 - The game console Lincoln has seems to have some similarities with the Nintendo Entertainment System, in terms of its design, but the game cartridges for it look more like those for Nintendo 64 games.
  • AC/DC - Before Luna starts to jam on her guitar with her numerous amps setup. She says "For those about to rock" which is a reference to the song For Those About to Rock We Salute You. This is the first time this song was referenced in the show, preceding "For Bros About to Rock," and "Cereal Offender."
  • The Pink Panther - The scene in which Luan slides from the wall to Lincoln's bedroom is the same as that of the Pink Panther episode "The Pink Phink."


  • Lori says no phone calls allowed, but she doesn't realize that she's breaking her own rule by talking to Bobby.

Lori's shoes and eyelids are colored wrong.

  • When Lori's siblings are carrying her while she's tied up in the chair, her slip-ons are black instead of blue.
    • Also, when Lori starts to laugh at Lincoln being left in charge, her eyelid is her skin tone, not the color of her eye shadow.
    • This error also occurs in "A Tattler's Tale" and "Get the Message."
  • When Lori pulls out the schedule of the evening, the title up top says "Lori's Rules" instead of "Lori's Schedule."

Lori's Schedule is labeled wrong.

  • Luan has camouflage on her, but when Leni comes in Lincoln's room for the meeting, the camouflage disappears.
  • Lincoln got hit by a slice of pizza and waffles in Lucy and Lana's food fight, but in the next scene, Lincoln doesn't have food on him.
  • Right after Lincoln takes away the whistle from Lori and broke the string, the string of the whistle is somehow fixed.
  • Lincoln's hands are shown in this episode, but in another one of those behind the scenes gifs, his hands aren't shown.
  • When Lisa's creature grabs Lily with its tentacle in the scene where the sisters clean up, Lily is shown to be giggling, but no giggling sound is heard.

Luan is wearing camouflage.

  • In the Latin American Spanish dub, Lana says, "Ma'am, yes ma'am!" like her siblings as opposed to "Sir, yes sir!" So, it wouldn't make sense for Lori to glare at Lana for addressing her properly like how she did in the English version when she called her "sir".
  • It's unknown how Lori knew about Lynn Sr.'s golf club getting damaged, as she was in her room, and didn't see Lola hit Lincoln with it.
  • In the Hungarian dub, when Lana was about to fishing only to be stopped by Lincoln, he calls her "Lola."

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