Character

Principal Wilbur T. Huggins is a recurring character in The Loud House. He is the principal of school, and was first mentioned in "Making the Grade", but makes his first physical appearance in "Frog Wild".

Background

Pre-Series History

As a kid, he was a lonely boy who didn't have any friends to keep him company. Instead, he had Ace Savvy comics, which made him very happy, despite the harsh criticism he got from three boys who were playing baseball nearby. He wanted to make his own comic and get recognized but failed so he focused on studying. He worked towards becoming a teacher and later a principal of his school.

Personality

Wilbur takes his role very seriously as a school director. He's very strict towards the school rules, and he can be intimidating for some students.

But aside from that, he has a childlike attitude, as he loves to read Ace Savvy comics, despite his age. He seems to have an obsessive side as he stole Lincoln and Clyde's comics.

Whenever Huggins is either serious or angry, he tells someone that he'll do something for their benefit, only to shout "NOT!" one second later.

Appearance

He is a half-bald elderly man, with gray hair, and a gray mustache. He wears a white shirt, a dark teal suit jacket, a baby blue tie, brown shoes, and beige pants with a black belt.

As a child, he had curly brown hair, freckles and buck teeth with braces as a resemblance of Luan's teeth. He had a blue shirt with a white stripe, blue jeans, white sneakers, and also wore a propeller hat.

Trivia

  • He is a big fan of Ace Savvy comics.
  • He won an award for perfect attendance 30 years before Clyde, as revealed in "Absent Minded".
  • "The Write Stuff" reveals that he suffers from motion sickness.
  • In "Sand Hassles", it's revealed that his toupee is made out of horse hair.


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