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Got kicked out, Singled Out?
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"Singled Out" is the thirty-third episode of the fourth season, and the one-hundred-eighty-second episode of The Loud House.

Plot

Feeling like a third wheel when her teammates find significant others, Lynn seeks a boyfriend just to fit in.

Synopsis

At the Royal Woods Roller Rink, Lynn's roller derby team has won the game. Wanting to celebrate their victory, Lynn suggests they go to the Burpin' Burger. Her teammates agree and ask if they can bring their dates with them and Lynn reluctantly agrees. At the Burpin' Burger, Lynn can't sit with her teammates due to their dates filling their booth. This results in Lynn having to sit at the kiddie table. Afterwards, the roller derby team heads to Gus' Games and Grub to play some games. Lynn manages to get the high score on the basketball game, but her teammates are too distracted playing games with their dates. This makes Lynn leave early. At the Loud House, Lynn is watching sports bloopers on TV, when Lucy suddenly appears. Lynn bemoans that she feels like a third wheel because she's the only one who doesn't have a date. This gives Lynn the idea that to fit in, she must get a boyfriend.

It seems that Lynn is left out without a date.

Lynn attempts to find a boyfriend through various methods. First, she tries to race the track runners, but they leave when they realize that they can't keep up with her. Second, she tries to hold an arm wrestling contest, but she beats everyone effortlessly. Third, Lynn decides to give all the boys very spicy burgers, which none of them can tolerate. However, one boy can actually tolerate the burger. Lynn introduces herself, and the boy introduces himself as Dexter.

The next day, Lynn and her teammates win another game of roller derby and Lynn introduces Dexter to her teammates, who cheer over the fact that she has a date now. Arriving to Burpin' Burger, Lynn gets her meal, but starts to show signs of not knowing how a relationship works, like refusing to share her milkshake and not letting Dexter clean her face, which grabs the attention of the teammates. Lynn, not wanting to give the wrong impression to her friends, reluctantly agrees to let Dexter do things with her. At Gus', Lynn is challenged by one of her friends for a game of ping pong, but Dexter's clumsiness causes him and Lynn to lose.

Arriving to Dairyland, Lynn wants to go all out and have fun, but her teammates decide to spend their visit doing romantic activities together with their dates. This causes Lynn to escort Dexter into a private discussion where she states that she wants to break up, since dating is not her forte. Dexter reveals that the only reason why he agreed to go out with Lynn was because he was constantly ridiculed for not getting a girlfriend. Seeing how they're not big on dating, the two share a laugh.

Dates or not, the five of them are still the best of sporty friends. :)

The next day, at the Burpin' Burger, Lynn orders her meal and decides to sit at the kiddie table, where she proceeds to have a squirt bottle fight with a little kid. Seeing how much fun Lynn is having by being alone, her teammates temporarily excuse themselves from their dates to join her.

Cast

Byron and Unnamed Middle School Girl have no lines in this episode.

Music

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

  Hot Konga - Dweezil Zappa [Title card]
  Jammy Ring - Freebie and the Bean [opening]
  ? [Lynn's roller derby team sees their dates]
  ? [Grant gives Lynn her order]
  ? [Maddie distracted by her boyfriend]
  ? [Lynn's rash]
  ? [Lainey distracted by her girlfriend]
  ? [Lynn gets sad]
  ? [Lynn gets excited about Gus' Games and Grub]
  ? [Lynn plays basketball at Gus' Games and Grub]
  ? [Margo distracted by her boyfriend]
  ? [Maddie and Kaito playing Dance, Dance Revolution]
  ? [Maddie distracted by Kaito again]
  ? [Lainey and Alice playing a game at Gus' Games and Grub]
  ? [Lynn watches her DVD herself]
  ? [Lynn wants to finish watching her DVD]
  No Biggy - Blues Saraceno [Lynn scouting herself a date]
  ? [Lynn tries to arm wrestle]
  ? [Lynn realizes her strategys aren't working]
  ? [Lynn reveals that her burgers are hot]
  ? [Dexter likes the burger]
  Jammy Ring - Freebie and the Bean [Lynn's roller derby team wins another match]
  Pretty in Love (a) - Jay Price [Lynn's roller derby team is proud of her for getting a boyfriend]
  ? [Lynn is not sharing]
  ? [Lainey distracted by her girlfriend again]
  ? [Lynn plays a game at Gus' Games and Grub]
  Hot Konga - Dweezil Zappa [Lynn plays ping pong against Maddie and Kaito]
  ? [Maddie and Kaito do a victory hug]
  ? [Little boy plays basketball at Gus' Games and Grub]
  ? [couple's skate]
  ? [Lynn's roller derby team's plan for couple's sweetheartland]
  ? [Dexter and Lynn break up]
  ? [Dexter and Lynn feel good about breaking up]
  No Biggy - Blues Saraceno [ending]

Trivia

Ari Castleton confirming the episode.

  • Ari Castleton confirmed this episode on an Instagram story when he had a Q&A and was asked if Lynn would ever get "an actual love interest".
  • Lincoln appears on the title card as the emblem on the cup Maddie and Kaito (the couple in the left heart) are drinking out of.
  • The title card music is the same as "Lynner Takes All".
  • This episode seems to have given some insight to Lynn's current status with Francisco, her crush from "L is for Love". When Lynn was talking with Lucy, she comments "I thought I had a crush once, but it turned out I was just dehydrated." By this logic, it indicates that Lynn only ever had feelings for Francisco because she was delusional.
  • The ending is similar to "A Tale of Two Tables," where Lynn also joins the kiddie table and has fun there, albeit also initially irritated by the activities that occurred there.
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Sammie Crowley
@SammieCrowley
Hope my Loud House fans enjoyed today’s Valentine’s Day episodes!! I am obsessed with how cute Lainey and Alice are! It was important to Karla and the whole writing team that in an episode about coupling up we had LGBTQ representation. It was definitely worth fighting for ❤️🌈
Feb 15, 2020
  • Lynn's friends' crushes:
    • Margo - Elliot
    • Nadia - Theo
    • Maddie - Kaito
    • Lainey - Alice
  • According to Sammie Crowley, Karla Sakas Shropshire and the writing team really wanted to put a same-sex couple (Lainey and Alice) into this Valentine's Day themed episode.[1]
  • Irony: Lynn was wearing goggles for protection against the heat of the hot burgers, but she removed them just before people began breathing fire.

References

  • Singled Out - The title of this episode is a phrase meant to speak out towards someone specific in a group.
  • Star Wars - The character on Dexter's shirt has a similar appearance to the character Yoda from this science-fiction film franchise.
  • Fortnite - At Gus' Games and Grub, Lynn briefly performs a dance similar to one of this videogame's emotes, "Take the L", after setting a new high score at the basketball game.

Errors

  • Plot hole: Grant works at Burpin' Burger despite since "Cooked!" he started working at Lynn's Table.
  • Lainey has different hair color than she had in "Lock 'n' Loud".
  • Cartoon logic: When the boys try out the spicy burgers, the fire is enough to burn up the whole world to a crisp.
  • Tara Strong, Chandni Parekh, Shane Selloria, and Luke Youngblood are uncredited.

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Sources


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