The Loud House Encyclopedia
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The Loud House Encyclopedia

The Miller Family is a family in The Loud House, who made their only appearance and are the main villains in the episode "Family Bonding".

About the family

On first impressions, the Millers are shown to be a normal perfect family. However, unbeknownst to the people of Royal Woods, the Millers are actually a family of spies working for an evil spy organization called the "Secret Underground Society of Peach Entrepreneurs Nixing Sour Exports" (or "S.U.S.P.E.N.S.E." for short) to destroy all the cherries in Royal Woods, so that Georgia peaches can "rule the world". They began their mission by moving in next to The Loud Family. Unfortunately for them, their secret was exposed due to Lincoln and Clyde being paranoid about the family being spies. Thanks to Lincoln, their plan failed and the Louds started to make plans to have them handed over to the FBI. However, they disappeared through a peach-themed smoke bomb before they were able to be caught. Katherine Mulligan later reported on Lincoln and Clyde's heroic actions and the fact that the authorities are searching for the Millers.

Family members

Jeff Miller


Jeff Miller is a one time character in The Loud House, who first appeared in the episode "Family Bonding".

Biography

Jeff and his family appear in "Family Bonding", where they move into the neighborhood and next to the Loud family. When he visited the Royal Woods Library and asked Molly Wetta where the suspense section is, Jeff is directed there as Lincoln and Clyde witness him getting approached by a woman in a trenchcoat. When she asks "Do you like suspense books", Jeff quotes "Yes, yes I do like suspense books". He then receive a book about peaches from her.

Appearance

Jeff has light skin, a long pointy nose, long brown hair and thick, brown eyebrows. He wears a light blue long sleeve collar shirt, with white pants, black belt, an orange sweater tied around he shoulders, and light brown shoes.

Carly Miller


Carly Miller is a one time character in The Loud House, who first appeared in the episode "Family Bonding".

Biography

Carly and her family appear in "Family Bonding", where they move into the neighborhood and next to the Loud family. She visited Flip's Food & Fuel where she bought a peach flippee. When Flip asked if she can get her a cherry flippee, she quoted to Flip that she hates cherries.

Appearance

Carly has light tan skin, a small pointy nose, two pairs of eyelashes with three on each eye, long blonde hair in the form of ponytail, pink earrings, and orange lipstick. She wears a white sleeve shirt, with blue jeans, an orange sweater tied around her shoulders, and red high heeled shoes.

Ryan Miller


Ryan Miller is a one time character in The Loud House, who first appeared in the episode "Family Bonding".

Biography

Ryan and his family appear in "Family Bonding", where they move into the neighborhood and next to the Loud family. When Ryan was enrolled at Royal Woods Middle School, Lincoln and Clyde slipped a listening device shaped like a pepperoni onto Ryan's pepperoni pizza. They listened in on Ryan being offered by Lynn to attend her cage match in the backyard of her house. When the Miller Family's plans were foiled by Lincoln and the Loud Family plans to hand them over to the FBI, Ryan was the one who used peach-shaped smoke bomb so that the Millers could get away.

Appearance

Ryan has light tan skin, blonde hair in the form of a pompadour and glasses. He wears a short sleeve white shirt, with brown pants and black belt, an orange sweater tied around his shoulders, and dark grey sneakers.

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Trivia

  • The Millers are a unique family in the show as they are the first to not have names that have the same first letter in their first names.
  • The Millers' outfits consist of wearing sweaters over their necks, similar to the Yates Family.
  • The Millers are probably references to the Klopeks, a family in the 1989 black comedy film The 'Burbs as well the main antagonists. Except where the Millers were spies, the Klopeks are murderers.
  • While the show has always had antagonists, the Millers (along with Morag and Dr. Linnaeus) are the only characters who are legitimately evil, having plans that would ruin Royal Woods's economy.


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