Lucy's Mom (by
Crossing guard (formerly)
1216 Franklin Avenue, Royal Woods, Michigan
Her kids working together
Spending time with her family Dancing Exercise Books Book Club Violet Chocolate cake Pizza Having time for herself Country music
Her kids fighting and arguing
Her husband's tie collection
Luan clogging the sink with comedy props
Her wedding vase from Aunt Ruth
Getting shot with gravy
Powers and abilities
Stomatologist knowledge Piloting skills Craftsmanship Car driving Chess playing Poetry teaching
"Not five minutes! Now!"
Rita Loud is the mother of the Loud children and wife of Lynn Loud Sr.. Rita is a supporting character in the first season, and a major character from Season 2 and onwards.
Rita is caring towards her children, but is not afraid to punish them if they go too far. She and her husband act playfully romantic towards each other, though she is apparently more level-headed than him. An example of this is when she's concerned about Lincoln playing video games too much and tells him to do some sport outside in "
The Loudest Yard".
She dreams to be a novelist but initially seems to lack a creative side, as she wrote a story about a bored dental assistant talking to her fish before being inspired by Lincoln to write about a thrill seeker with white hair, himself.
Rita wears a pink buttoned shirt with a white collar and cuffs, and purple pants. She has big blonde hair and white earrings. She also wears blue eye shadow and red lipstick. She also wears black low tops. She has bags under her eyes, just like
Rita is voiced by Jill Talley, who is known for voicing Karen Plankton on , another animated series on SpongeBob SquarePants Nickelodeon.
Rita's entire face was never shown during the first season. It was revealed along with Lynn Sr.'s in the Season 2 premiere " 11 Louds a Leapin'".
Before "11 Louds a Leapin'", most of Rita's face was already revealed by " Cereal Offender".
It is revealed in " A Novel Idea" that her first name is Rita and that she dreams of being a novelist.
Rita is the only member of the immediate Loud family whose first name is not alliterative.
Her name is a pun on the words "read aloud".
This is a reference to her goal to become a novelist.
There's also an episode named after that.
Out of all of the kids, she is closest with Lincoln.
It was revealed in " Cover Girls" that before Rita met her husband, she used to be a crossing guard.
Rita made a voice speaking cameo on March 23, 2017, in the Saturday Morning Hang Zone with Lincoln Loud.
In " The Price of Admission", it is revealed that she is strong enough to carry Lynn Sr.
She also appears to be stronger than Lynn Sr. himself, as she was able to turn the wrench when taking out the tire from Vanzilla, while he couldn't in Lana's Podcast from Listen Out Loud.
In " Spell It Out", it's revealed that she's part of a book club.
The colors and styles of clothing that the Loud and McBride parents wear correspond with each other. Rita and Howard both wear red button-up shirts, with collars, and rolled-up sleeves.
In the Polish version, she's one of the few characters who have their original name.
Rita's Russian dubber, Anastasiya Lapina, also voices Lori, Leni, Lola, Lily, and Ronnie Anne.
Rita's Hebrew dubber, Talya Barkai, also voices Lily and Zach.
In the Latin American Spanish dub, Cecilia Gómez (Rita), is the mother of Abril Gómez (the first voice of Lily) in real life.
Rita's Filipino dubber, Ruffa Valera, also voices Luan.
It is revealed in " L is for Love", that she had freckles when she was younger.
It is revealed in " No Spoilers" that her favorite color is violet.
Rita is the third named character who had a birthday onscreen, the first character was Chandler and the second was Maggie.
It is revealed in " Tripped!" that she knows how to fly a plane, because Pop-Pop told her stories of when he was in the navy, and got the necessary knowledge on how flying a plane works.
According to the episode " Missed Connection", Rita and Lynn Sr. had to separate at least one point in their marriage.
It is shown that Rita can make some dental jokes in the eleventh episode of Listen Out Loud.