Ever wonder what it's like to grow up in a big family? Eleven-year-old Lincoln Loud gives viewers an inside look at how to survive the chaos of a huge household, especially as the only boy with ten sisters!
Lincoln tries to prove he's mature enough to have dinner at the adult table, leaving the kiddie table behind him. / Lincoln devises a plan to get the best seat in the car for a long, family, road trip.
When Lincoln wants to watch the finale of his favorite show, he has to beat each sister to get to the couch first! After Lincoln leaves a scathing voicemail on Lori's phone, he realizes he has to erase it before she hears it.
Lincoln is given the responsibility of taking home his classes' tarantula, but it gets loose and wreaks havoc! Thinking he has the worst chores, Lincoln decides to go on strike until someone will swap chores with him.
Lincoln has to get to school on time but getting his sisters out the door proves to be the biggest obstacle of all. Lincoln is the deciding vote on going to the beach or the amusement park for their family vacation.
Tired of doing favors to get a ride from Lori, Lincoln decides it's time to help Leni pass her driver's test. Lincoln conspires with the rest of his sisters to overthrow Lori's tyranny as their "baby"sitter.
Lincoln purchases a kiddie pool, and things get out of hand when all 10 of his sisters want to use it.After noticing that none of his sisters share his interests, Lincoln attempts to mold Lily into his mini-me.
After spilling an experiment of Lisa's, Lincoln sets off a chain reaction that unravels the household. In an effort to be more energy-efficient Lincoln rallies his family to stop using so much electricity.
12. For Bros About to Rock/It's a Loud, Loud, Loud, Loud House
June 9, 2016
Lincoln is going to his first rock concert, and Luna is determined to make it the greatest experience ever. Lincoln finds a letter in the attic leading him to believe there is money hidden within the Loud house!
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We love the Loud House! Since we cut cable the kids have been sad to have lost all of the regular tv programming and they missed this show the most along with SpongeBob. I think it's a great idea to be able to purchase and stream their favorite shows and to have all the seasons of the show to include the newest ones are great. Now the kids are happy and we still don't need cable. It's a win win!
Should be more transparent, you get suprised with the kid with 2 dads. Everyone isn't teaching their kids those things so I wish they didn't try to force it on everyone because not ever person is in to that let alone in a kids show. I no longer let my daughter watch this show.
Bought this because my kiddo loves the show thinking I'd get all 26 episodes. No such luck I paid $20 bucks for 11 episodes after that it only gives me the options of getting the CBS All Access or Nick Hits channels. Disappointed because it never said buy episodes 1-11 for $20 it said buy first season. First season has 26 episodes. I give 3 stars because it is a cute show