It’s a Loud family whodunit as Lincoln Loud is looking for his stolen lucky drawers. He suspects one of his ten sisters (either Lori, Leni, Luna, Lynn, Luan, Lucy, Lola, Lana, Lisa, or Lily) could be the sticky-fingered culprit! Then, Lola takes on caring for animals as Lana comes down with a case of food poisoning and is too sick to watch her many, many pets. Will she roll up her gloves and take on this dirty job? Meanwhile, Lincoln’s friend Zach hunts a monster at the school. All this and the Casagrandes too! Is Sergio able to level up in the Casagrandes household? The shocking answers to these questions, some big belly laughs, and more in all-new stories by the Loud House creative comics team!
"Comic Relief" reveals that Albert reads Ace Savvy and Myrtle and Bernie play Muscle Fish.
"Tongue Tied" reveals that Vito barely knows any Spanish words, but has always known "amigo". It also implies he speaks Italian as Hector wants to learn some Italian from him.
The sisters' strange behaviours in "The Case of the Stolen Drawers":
Lori - Pretending to be a football player.
Luna - Dressing up as a sports coach, calling herself "Coach Rockowski", and claiming she doesn't know who Luna is.
Lynn - Wearing sunglasses and a wig and eating expired leftovers out of the trash.
Lucy - Wearing a happy face mask.
Lana - Dressing up as Lola's dog.
Lola - Wearing a fake beard, pretending Lana is her dog, and calling herself "Mr. Beardly".
Lisa - Claiming to be a gardener.
Lily - Being able to be heard by Lincoln, but not seen.
Leni and Luan were the only sisters not to behave unusually, since they weren't in Lincoln's dream.
In "The Great Escape", Stanley and Becca can be heard arguing from an apartment on the top level. However, the Changs actually live on the middle level.
Possible: In "Cake-enstein's Monster", Leni says that her cupcake doesn't match her shirt, but she was wearing a dress, not a shirt. However, given that Leni isn't very bright, she might have forgotten that she was wearing a dress.