Three colorful boxes appear showing Lincoln exiting out of his room, he quickly dodges both Lynn and Lisa, the former on her bike playing sports and the latter doing another one of her experiments. He briefly joins Lola's tea party, jams out to Luna's playing, and praises Lucy's poem. He dodges a fight between Lori and Leni over a dress. He leaps over a pile of laundry and is disgusted by Lily's stinky diaper as she walks by.
Luan appears to throw a pie at her younger brother, but Lincoln dodges it in time as he finally makes it in the bathroom. In there, Lana unscrews the bathroom's sink with her wrench, resulting in Lincoln getting caught in a large stream of water until he reaches the stairs and slides on the banister. He runs past his sisters and grabs the TV remote. The sisters surround their brother and give a chase.
It shows a black screen of Lincoln and then his sisters, showing how many siblings he has. It shows the Loud residence, and Lincoln jumps on the couch as he's about to watch TV, but his sisters immediately join him too. Lincoln is shocked at first, but he's happy his sisters are with him as he turns on the TV. The screen turns black with Lily walking past the show's logo. As Lily says her famous catchphrase, "Poo-poo!", the caption "Created By Chris Savino" appears.
The Cardinal directions - The TV remote has buttons on each side with letters N, E, S, and W, which resembles the four cardinal directions.
Connections to the show
"Crashing through the crowded halls" - The fact that Lincoln is part of a huge family.
"Dodging girls like ping pong balls", "Guy's gotta do what he can to survive", "Me time, a little room to breathe time", "A little quiet and peace, I've never had" - The Loud Family's children always fight and do their loud hobbies, which Lincoln is trying to avoid.
"Just to reach the bathroom on time" - Lincoln making it to the bathroom before any of his sisters.
"Leaping over laundry piles" - With 11 children, there would be too much laundry to store.
"Diapers you can smell for miles" - Lincoln's baby sister, Lily, always fills her diaper.
"In the Loud House! In the Loud House!", "Loud! House! Loud! Loud House!" - The title of the series.
"Duck, dodge, push, and shove! It's how we show our love!" - Meaning that all of their constant fights is how they live.
"One boy and ten girls" - Lincoln being the only son in his family.
"Wouldn't trade it for the world", "At least I'm never lonely", "Maybe this crazy's not that bad" - Lincoln accepting the hullabaloo in his family; in other words: teamwork.
"We're never lacking for a sports team" - The Loud siblings work together, focusing on big problems and occasions involving their family. It also refers to the large number of children in the family.
"Gotta love Mom and Dad for not going completely mad" - Their parents want them to get along, and they try to avoid driving their parents crazy.
The sisters are all shaded with their theme colors.
Lori: Light blue
Leni: Seafoam green
Lincoln retains his usual color scheme rather than being shaded with orange.
On the title card of "Lynner Takes All", the siblings' game pieces are colored with their theme colors.
The earlier episodes of Season 2 had the instrumental version of the intro in Poland.
In "Croaked" (an episode of The Casagrandes), a sample of the theme song was being played at the end after Carl finishes spreading the marigold petals and asks himself where he is, which was revealed to be in Royal Woods in front of the Loud House.
There have been two changes after the theme song.
In "11 Louds a Leapin'", the background changes to a winter scene, with Lily wearing winter clothes.
In "Tricked!", she appears as a ghost, and eerily wails instead of saying "Poo poo!".[note 1]
Lucy is the only Loud sister that doesn't smile in her portrait in the opening.