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"Yes Man" is the thirty-seventh episode of the second season and the eighty-ninth episode of The Loud House.


The sisters enlist the "Master of Convincing" (AKA Lincoln) to teach them how to ask Mom and Dad for money.


As Lori and Leni argue over the fact that their clothes are getting mixed up in their closet, Luna comes in, saying she wants to win a ragged t-shirt once owned by Mick Swagger from an online auction, but doesn't have the money for it. She tries asking Lori and Leni for money, but they're broke, and recommend that she ask their parents, but Luna is unsure how to convince them. At the same time, Lincoln is preparing to go to a SMOOCH concert with Clyde, Liam, and Zach, because it's a VIP concert where the guests get to meet the members of SMOOCH backstage. When Lincoln says he still has to get the money for a ticket, Luna overhears him saying that he's the "Master of Convincing", and can easily convince his parents to give him the money needed. Luna comes into his room, and pleads with him to teach her how to convince the parents to give her money for the shirt she wants. Lincoln tells Luna that in order to convince their parents, she has to "use her strengths". She follows this advice by explaining to Lynn Sr. and Rita why she needs money in the form of a rock song, which convinces them enough to give Luna money.

When Luna tells Lincoln that his plan worked, the other sisters come in, saying that they need money for their own requests. When Lincoln says that he has to convince Mom and Dad for his own request, the sisters pretend to feel downtrodden by saying that Lincoln loves Luna more than the others, convincing Lincoln to help them out. He tells them the advice he gave to Luna, and end up getting the money they wanted. After all his sisters get their money, Lincoln tries to convince Rita and Lynn Sr. to get the money required to get his SMOOCH ticket. Despite liking the presentation, Lincoln is denied any money.

Thinking he went about it the wrong way, Lincoln tries to use other methods of trying to convince his parents to give him some money, such as using statistical data, but they still deny to give him money. Just as Lincoln beings to ponder why his methods aren't working, he suggests on using his sisters' tactics, since they worked. Despite doing all eight methods, Rita and Lynn Sr. still deny, and explain that even though they'd like to give him the money he needed to buy his ticket, they don't have anymore money. They say that if he asked them sooner, they would've given him money. The sisters, realizing that Lincoln didn't get money because of them, begin to regret their actions.

Lincoln gets to experience SMOOCH after all.

Later that night, as a despondent Lincoln lays in bed for missing on a VIP experience with his favorite band, a letter slips under his door. He opens up the envelope, and finds a card reading "V.I.B. Very Important Brother". He suddenly hears a guitar riff outside, and peeks out the window. He discovers that his sisters, wearing SMOOCH garb, have set up their own concert for Lincoln to experience. They begin to sing a song that explains Lincoln's generous acts that he's always the best brother ever. As Lincoln tells the viewers that seeing this concert really makes it up, Luna announces that SMOOCH has arrived, thanks to the sisters convincing them to visit. In the end, Lincoln, along with his friends and sisters, finally gets to experience the SMOOCH concert he has long anticipated for. But the celebration comes to an end, as a giant robotic bug (from Lisa's virtual reality simulation) creeps out of the house, making everyone flee in terror.


Zach and two of the SMOOCH bandmates have no lines in this episode.


Physical distribution

This episode is available on the "Absolute Madness", "The Complete Second Season", "Photo de groupe", and "Intégrale de la Saison 2" DVDs.


  • On the title card, Lincoln is wearing his SMOOCH attire from "For Bros About to Rock."
    • Also, the title card music is reused.
  • The siblings' requests and methods of convincing Rita and Lynn Sr. to give them money:
    • Lincoln - A SMOOCH ticket; a slideshow / statistical data / his sisters' methods.
    • Lori & Leni - A closet organizer; chattering at the same time.
    • Luna - A worn out t-shirt worn by Mick Swagger; a rock song.
    • Luan - A tuxedo for Mr. Coconuts; a comedy gig with said dummy.
    • Lynn - A new basketball hoop; score more baskets than Lynn Sr.
    • Lucy - A preserved skeleton of an 1840s gold miner; a funeral sermon.
    • Lana & Lola - A new engine for the latter's jeep so the former can install it; puppy eyes.
    • Lisa - Isotopes; a virtual reality simulation.
    • Lily - A teddy bear; crying at the top of her lungs.
  • The title card has a color scheme which is almost identical to that of "L is for Love".
  • Lola's hair is in the same style as it was in "No Such Luck," when she was getting ready for a pageant.


  • Yes Man - The title of this episode is a term that means a person who agrees with everything being said.
  • Teddy Ruxpin - The teddy bear that Lily wants, "Teddy Listen," might reference this 1980s toy.
  • The Beatles - When Luna comes into Lincoln's room to ask how to convince their parents to give her money, she closes Lincoln's laptop and says to his friends, "You say goodbye, and I say hello," which references this band's song "Hello, Goodbye."
    • The Temptations - Also, when Luna begs Lincoln to help her convince their parents into giving her money, she says "I ain't too proud to beg," which is the hook and title from this group's song "Ain't Too Proud to Beg."


  • When Lincoln first tries to convince his parents for money, Rita's eyelashes are disconnected from her left eye.
  • Lincoln is wearing his SMOOCH outfit on the title card, despite not wearing it in the actual episode (instead, he was in his pajamas).
  • In "Along Came a Sister," Lana hates being called adorable, but in this episode, she doesn't mind it.
  • In the final scene where everyone run away, Lana's boots were white instead of black.
  • In the credits, Jessica DiCicco is misspelled as "Jessica DeCicco."
  • During the sisters' concert for Lincoln, Lana and Lola are not playing their tambourines in sync with the actual music.


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