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Episode Information

"Project Loud House" is the ninth episode of the first season of The Loud House.


Lincoln struggles to get his sisters out the door so that he can get to school on time.


Lincoln has spent weeks constructing a project based on his family to present in his class. Knowing the destructive nature of his sisters, he wants to get all ten out the door as quickly as possible in order to protect his project. He manages to get them ready by dressing Lily, helping Lucy with her poems, avoiding Luan's bucket pranks, giving Leni her acne cream, helping Lisa with one of her potions, helping Lynn find her rollerskates, and settling a fight between the twins.

Lincoln prepares to get everybody out of the house and keep his project safe.

Just when Lincoln thinks everything has turned out alright, Lori gets into a fight with Bobby over the phone, and refuses to come out of her room, leaving the family without transportation, since she is the only kid in the family with a driver's license, and Mom is away. More things then start to go wrong; Leni's skin turns blue because the "acne cream" was really one of Lisa's experiments, Lily takes off her clothes and walks around naked, and the twins fight over their sandwiches. Lincoln manages to solve all their problems, and he gets Lori out of her room by impersonating as Bobby over the phone and settling the fight.

While helping Luna pack her equipment into the van, and only ten minutes to spare before school starts, Lincoln accidentally leaves his project in the driveway. He realizes that as the car starts pulling out, but he manages to save it just in time, only to drop it after slipping on one of Lynn's skates. Feeling sorry for their brother, the girls tell him that they have a plan to help him pass in such a short amount of time.

A triumphant Luan with ten shocked siblings

At school, Lincoln is seen concluding his presentation by saying how his sisters will always be there to help him through the chaos of the house, and their plan is revealed to be standing still to create a life-sized version of the project. The presentation is a success, and Lincoln is given an "A" for his project, but it gets revised to an "A-" after Luan drenches Mrs. Johnson with her water bucket prank. Luan feels triumphant, while Lincoln and the other nine sisters are in shock towards what Luan did.


Chunk has no lines in this episode.


 ) Associated production music
 ) Original music
 ) The Loud House/The Casagrandes music
  ? [Title card]

  ? [Opening]
  Pop Punk - Doug Rockwell [Luna's "Man with a Plan" music]
  Mexican Hat Song - Ossi Bashiri, Anon [Lynn playing Lucha Libre]
  Pop Punk - Doug Rockwell [Luna's music returns]
  Skaters Waltz - Emil Waldteufel, George Wilson [Lincoln roller skating]
  Pop Punk - Doug Rockwell [Luna's music returns again]
  ? [Lincoln makes breakfast]
  Night Talking - Anthony Hymas [Lincoln goes to grab his project]
  Comic Capers (b) - Charlie Brissette, Norman Mamey [Lincoln falls down the stairs]
  ? [Lincoln talks to the audiance]
  Gypsy Flame - Douglas Kinloch [Lincoln chasing Lily]
  ? [Lincoln thinking of how to deal with Lori]
  ? [Lori is now ready for school]
  Dead Drop - Christopher Lennertz [Lincoln leaves his project behind the car]
  ? [Lincoln screams stop]
  ? [Lincoln trips on a roller skate]
  ? [Lincoln asks what his sisters could do]
  ? [Mrs. Johnson gets splashed with water]
  Pop Punk - Doug Rockwell [Ending]

Physical distribution

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


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  • Lincoln's project is based on the show's first promotional poster.
  • The color scheme of the characters on the title card seems to match the color scheme they had in the episode "Left in the Dark".

I heard Lucy's eggs are to "die" for.

  • If one is quick to notice, Lucy's extra well done eggs is shaped like a corpse.
  • When the girls notice Lincoln's despair from the destruction of his project and explain to him how they can fix it, they're all standing in the same group formation as they were in "Heavy Meddle" when they were there cheering him on to kiss Ronnie Anne. Lori, Luna, Lily, Lisa, and Lynn are on one side, and Leni, Luan, Lana, Lola, and Lucy are on the other.
  • In this episode, Lily can be seen walking the same way she walks at the end of the intro.
  • Considering Lori fell for Lincoln pretending to be Bobby over the phone, it is unknown how she and Bobby actually settled the tux issue.
  • After crashing down the stairs, Lynn says "todo bien", which is Spanish for "all good/all is well".
  • Lincoln's sisters' preferred serving of eggs:
    • Lori - Hard boiled
    • Leni - Egg whites
    • Luna - Sunny-side up
    • Luan - Funny-side up
    • Lynn - Scrambled
    • Lucy - Extra well done
    • Lana and Lola - Deviled
    • Lisa - Fried
    • Lily - Extra goo-goo gooey
  • Innuendo: Lincoln steps in Lily's soiled diaper.
  • Irony: Lori says it is a hassle getting Lincoln out of the house in the morning, despite that he has been doing that to his sisters throughout the episode.
    • When Lincoln accidentally destroys his diorama of himself and his sisters, and he cries and calls himself stupid for it, Lori, who threw a hissy fit and refused to go to school because Bobby didn't want to wear the tuxedo she picked out for the school dance, tells Lincoln to stop being dramatic.


  • Jurassic Park - The scene where the water in Lincoln's cup vibrates from his sisters' antics is a callback to the iconic scene from this movie.
  • Bob Marley - Luna's line "Every little thing is gonna be alright" is from the 1977 song "Three Little Birds".
  • Peanuts -
    • The music played during the title card is similar to a piece from this show and has a similar tune to the song "With A Little Help From My Friends". It is later played during the title card of "Picture Perfect", and the football scene in "The Loudest Yard".
    • Lincoln getting hit by Lynn, causing his clothes to fly off is a reference to Charlie Brown getting hit by a baseball, causing his clothes to fly off.
      • Charlie Brown - The lamp in the living room has the same colors and zig-zag pattern as Charlie Brown's shirt.
  • The Rolling Stones - Luna mentions their 1969 song "You Can't Always Get What You Want" right before the siblings go back to their respective rooms.


  • When Lori stops the van for Lincoln, it appears she is really stepping on the gas pedal.
  • Leni was already out in the hallway when Lori was just walking out, yet Luan's water bucket didn't splash her first.
  • When Luan finally gets her bucket prank to work on Mrs. Johnson and cheers, Lola's arm which she points at Lana with is missing.
    • Her left arm was also dislocated.

Lola's broken sash, and Lana's incorrect button colors.

  • When Lynn is tossed into the van, her skates pop off and slide onto the grass, but when Lincoln steps on one of them causing him to drop the project, they are on the driveway.
  • When Lola and Lana walk past Lincoln before he runs into Lisa, part of Lola's sash is missing.
    • In that same scene, the buttons on Lana's suspenders are white instead of light blue.
  • When Luna says "You got it, man!", her ears are not aligned with each other.
    • In the same scene, the bottom parts of her hair are puffed out and longer.
  • In the European Spanish dub, when Lincoln says "Espera, espera!" ("Wait, wait, wait, wait, wait!"), he says it in Lisa's voice.
  • When Lincoln first manages to get his sisters out the door, Luan's braces are of the same color as her teeth, not silver.

Luna's sleeveless shirt.

  • While Luna was introducing her roadie, Chunk, to Lincoln, her shirt was sleeveless instead of short sleeve.
  • When Lincoln tells Lynn there are no field hockey sticks in Roller Derby, he has no clothes on, but in the next shot, he has them again.
  • When Lori is talking to Bobby before the kids leave, her mouth is not aligned to her voice.
  • In one scene, it shows Lincoln skating down the hall. However, the hall appears very long in length. This is impossible, as the rooms are very close together.
  • When Lincoln says "Noooooo!" in slow motion, his mouth movements do not match up.


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