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The Loud House (seasons 4-present)
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Nickelodeon, could you please stop clinging on to opportunities if it means making a profit, just like what happened with SpongeBob SquarePants and The Fairly OddParents!? We're tired of this!
Genre: Fantasy
Comedy
Running Time: 11 minutes
45 minutes ("Schooled!" only)
22 minutes (Special episodes only)
Country: United States
Canada (animated)
Release Date: May 2, 2016 - present (Overall)
May 27, 2019 - present (season 4-present)
Network(s): Nickelodeon
Created by: Chris Savino
Distributed by: Paramount Media Networks
Starring: Tex Hammond (Early Season 4)
Asher Bishop (Late Season 4-Early Season 6)
Catherine Taber
Liliana Mumy
Nika Futterman
Cristina Pucelli
Jessica DiCicco
Grey Delisle Griffin
Lara Jill Miller
Andre Robinson (Seasons 3-5)
Jahzir Bruno (Early Season 6)
Jaeden White (Mid Season 6-present)
Jill Talley
Brian Stepanek
Bentley Griffin (Early Season 6-present)
Sawyer Cole (Mid Season 7-present)
John DiMaggio
James Arnold Taylor
Dee Bradley Baker
Jeff Bennett
Episodes: 50 (Season 4)
48 (Season 5)
49 (Season 6)


"This was a show that originally had a lot of talent behind it, and to some extent that talent is still there. I just don't think it's being properly utilized, because they're trying to do things with the show that it was not designed to work with. In the end, we were all fools, deceived by a man's reputation and career even though he was a Nickelodeon showrunner, so something had to be up behind the scenes. And the people following the hype of YouTubers without thinking for themselves made the problem exponentially worse. You could probably tell that this video isn't my most sophisticated or... fƱȻk it, I guess it's not filled with much content. That kind of explains just how much I have to say about the show because it really can just be summarized to a few key points. I guess I do better when there are more things to rip into to explain why something is bad, but for The Loud House, there isn't much to explain. Its flaws are in plain sight."

Cartoonshi, ["The Painful Decline of The Loud House"[1]]

"You know that trope you hear all the time "only the creator does it right"? People will say it when shows start going downhill, like SpongeBob did when Stephen Hillenburg left, or the Simpsons when Matt Groening moves on to Futurama. And there definitely is some logic to it; except in cases where the more involvement the creator has, the worse the show is, like with Danny Phantom. Usually, the creator has the most pure understanding of their work. They've known it the longest, and can understand its strengths better than anyone else? The problem, of course, is that this trope doesn't just apply to good people. Let me be absolutely clear here. No show on earth excuses anything that Chris Savino did. Nickelodeon was absolutely right to remove him. That being said, since Chris Savino's departure, the show has gone downhill heavily. I'd imagine it's because Nickelodeon itself has gotten its tendrils into it deeply, and is doing its Nickelodeon thing: spin-offs, extra episodes, a live-action s-- A LIVE-ACTION SPECIAL??!! You're serious!! Really, we're doing this again??!!"

MrEnter, [Animated Atrocities 189: No Such Luck [The Loud House][2]]

The Loud House is an American animated television series created by Chris Savino. It premiered on Nickelodeon on May 2, 2016, and is still airing new episodes to this day. Since May 17, 2023, the show is currently in its seventh season. While the first three seasons were good In general, the fourth season onwards were criticized by critics and audiences for several reasons. The fifth season is known to be the season where the show officially jumped the shark. Season 6 did a little better, especially after Leni got her driver's license, and the 7th season currently has an unknown status.

Plot

Pre-Movie Era (Seasons 1-4)

Lincoln Loud is an accident-prone 11-year-old boy who lives with ten sisters. Lincoln finds new ways to survive in such a large family every day. He has ten sisters with distinctive personalities consisting of bossy eldest child Lori, ditzy fashionista Leni, musician Luna, comedian Luan, athletic Lynn Jr., gloomy poetic goth Lucy, polar opposite twins Lana and Lola, child genius Lisa, and baby Lily.

To avoid problems and to be loved by his sisters, Lincoln continually devises plans to make his life in the Loud House better, without his parents finding out.

Post-Movie Era (Seasons 5-present)

In the fifth season, the Loud siblings aged up a year with Lori going to Fairway University, Lincoln going to middle school, and Lily going to preschool.

Why It's Way Too Loud Nowadays

  1. The main problem is that these lack many of the same charm as the first two seasons and to a lesser extent, the third season. This is because the show's creator, Chris Savino, was no longer in charge due to being fired from Nickelodeon for sexual harassment allegations in 2017 when the third season was still in production. While Nickelodeon had every right to fire him, it still doesn't change the fact that the series went downhill since season 3.
    • It doesn't help with the fact that the fifth season sped up the decline of the show, and is also considered the worst season of the entire series, because of how it showed so much bad character change, and that it also made the show hardly able to recover from its dark ages with its premiere, "Schooled!", where Lincoln is forced to go to a middle school in Canada, due to how he had way too much unnecessary amounts of torture.
    • To make matters worse, as if A Loud House Christmas and The Fairly OddParents: Fairly Odder weren't enough, they announced a live-action TV show named The Really Loud House, showing how milked this franchise is.
  2. Similar to Family Guy (post season 8), the last two seasons of Star vs. the Forces of Evil, the second half of season two of Kick Buttowski: Suburban Daredevil (where Chris Savino worked on), the final two seasons of The Fairly OddParents, The last three seasons of Johnny Test (2005) and Bunk'd (post season 3) the writing has become mostly pretty poor as the show often recycles and rehashes episodes from the previous seasons, many times even from other TV shows and movies, and barely from books, despite most of the rehashes being good or decent. Many of the writers also don't seem to show any respect for the show’s fans, proven by how they have disrespected their audience's intelligence several times, despite the fact that these seasons are generally considered better than the final two seasons of The Fairly OddParents. While this could be due to the writers running out of ideas, it can become way too repetitive at times. Even more, baffling is that, unlike most other cartoons that experience seasonal rot, The Loud House wasn't even five years old by the time its fourth season premiered, proving how limited storytelling ideas have become with this series. Here is a complete list of the rehashed and/or recycled episode plots:
    1. The season 4 premiere, "Friended! with the Casagrandes", while good, is a rehash of season 3's "White Hare" and "Be Stella My Heart". Lincoln and his friend gang are replaced by Ronnie Anne, where the Casagrandes family, Sid Chang (who makes her first appearance in this episode as a minor recurring character in the show and later became a main character in the spin-off series), Mr. Scully (who makes his debut in this episode and later became a recurring character in the spin-off series) and Royal Woods elementary school is replaced with the Casagrandes apartment.
    2. "Power Play with the Casagrandes", while good, is a rehash of season 1's "The Green House". Lincoln and his family, except for Lori, are also indeed truly replaced by Ronnie Anne and her family, and this time, it is Sergio who causes the energy to go down. The Loud house is also replaced by the Casagrandes apartment.
    3. "Room for Improvement with the Casagrandes", while good, is a rehash of season 3's "Pipe Dreams". Rita, Lynn Sr., and the Loud family are replaced by Ronnie Anne, Sid, and the Casagrandes apartment residents. In addition, The Loud house is replaced by the Casagrandes apartment.
    4. "No Show with the Casagrandes", while it can be decent, is a rehash of season 1's "Sound of Silence". Lincoln and his family are replaced by Ronnie Anne and her family and the Casagrandes appeasement. In addition, the Noise-B-Gone 2000 is replaced by a fictional TV show called Adios Ana, Adios.
    5. "Lucha Fever with the Casagrandes", while it can be okay, is a rehash of season 1's "One Flu Over the Loud House" and "Tough Hooky" from The Loud House graphic novel Family Tree, as both episodes involve sickness, and "Tough Hooky" also revolves around Ronnie Anne faking sick in order to get out of doing something. Lincoln, his family, and Clyde are replaced with Ronnie Anne, her family, and Sid, and the Loud house is replaced with the Casagrandes apartment.
    6. "A Mutt Above", while good, is a rehash of season 1's "Toads and Tiaras", as both episodes also do have someone also indeed trying to make someone very unsophisticated into a more proper person. Lana replaces Lincoln. Lana is also replaced by Charles. Lana is also the trainer instead of the trainee. Coincidentally, both episodes also star Lana in them.
    7. "Last Loud on Earth", while it can be decent, is a rehash combination of season 1's "The Price of Admission", season 2's "Mall of Duty", and season 4's "Washed Up", as both the first latter episode has Lincoln watching a scary movie despite the fact that his parents told him not to, and both the second and third latter episodes have Lincoln using Colonel Austin's methods of surviving a zombie apocalypse that is similar to Lincoln's attempts of using his Rip Hardcore methods in the second and third latter episodes. This episode, however, has a scary theme, rather than "The Price of Admission", and Harold and Howard are added in. The Royal Woods movie theater is replaced with the Royal Woods mall. Not to speak of, it's the sixth Lincoln-centered episode in season 4.
    8. "Stall Monitor" is a rehash combination of season 1's "Raw Deal", season 3's "White Hare", and season 3's "Predict Ability, as both "Raw Deal" have Lincoln going paranoid over nothing, and all of these episodes have Lincoln going paranoid. Grand Venture State Park is replaced with Royal Woods Elementary School, and additionally, Lincoln's friends are added in. And that episode cannot be much better either. Not to speak of, it's the seventh Lincoln-centered episode in season 4.
    9. "A Pimple Plan" is very similar to season 3's "Stage Plight", the comic book "Hiccup Hijinks" from Live Life Loud!, and the SpongeBob SquarePants episode "Barnacle Face". Both "Barnacle Face" and "A Pimple Plan" involve someone trying to get something similar. Both "Stage Plight" and "A Pimple Plan" involve Luan being insecure about her love relationship with Benny, with those being shyness and pimple, where she does try to get closer to him, but keeps on stalling him due to her insecurity. In the end, Benny also tells her she doesn't need to be afraid of anything. Both "Hiccup Hijinks" and "A Pimple Plan" involve someone trying to get rid of something. Royal Woods high school, though it is mentioned, is replaced with the Loud house and Tall Timbers park. Also, in both episodes, Mr. Coconuts and Mrs. Appleblossom are briefly living puppets. Additionally, Luan's siblings are added, and there is no theatre club; Amy, Leo, Lyberti, Paravana, Rex, Ruby, Shannon, Spencer, teen girl, unnamed punk girl, Jackie, and Errol, nor Mrs. Bernardo. Coincidentally, both episodes premiered in 2016, whereas "Stage Plight" aired in the USA eight months before "A Pimple Plan" on March 30, 2019.
    10. "Kings of the Con" is a reversal of season 2's "Pulp Friction". In "Pulp Friction", the Loud sisters also go out of their way to help Lincoln and Clyde with their comic book competition, and, after Lincoln performs an act of kindness, combining their comic with one made by their principal, allowing him to share the credit, the boys win the competition. In this episode, the Loud sisters also only agree to go to the convention for the sake of winning a cameo in the Ace Savvy movie, and after Lincoln and Clyde commit an act of selfishness: kidnapping the kitty and staging a rescue, they are disqualified and are ultimately featured in the movie as the kitty's pooper-scoopers. Not to speak of, it's the eighth Lincoln-centered episode in season 4 and the fourth Clyde-centered episode.
    11. "Good Sports", while good and arguably the best episode of season 4, is a rehash of season 1's "Changing the Baby", as both episodes involve someone trying to hang out with their siblings, but they are rejected, and they eventually do find a companion that has similar interests to the main character. Lincoln, and his siblings, with the exceptions of Leni, Luna, and Lola, are replaced with Lynn, Lily is replaced with Mr. Grouse, and Clyde is not added in. Also, Mr. Grouse's house is added in.
    12. "Exchange of Heart", while good, is a rehash of season 2's finale "Snow Way Down" and season 3's "The Spies Who Loved Me", as both episodes involve the main character (Clyde and Ronnie Anne respectively) wanting and trying to prove to their overprotective parents (Howard, Harold, Rosa, and Hector respectively) that they can take care of themselves. Lincoln is replaced with Clyde, and the McBride holiday home is replaced with the McBride house. Not to speak of, it's the fifth Clyde-centered episode in season 4.
    13. "Community Disservice", while good, is a rehash of season 2's "Friend or Faux?", as both episodes involve a younger Loud sibling using a new Royal Woods elementary school friend for their own wanting benefits, but later find out and realize how selfish it was of them to do those things. Lisa is replaced by Lola, and Ms. Shrinivas' classroom is replaced with Miss Allegra's classroom. Coincidentally, both episodes were written by Karla Sakas Shropshire.
    14. "Deep Cuts" is a rehash combination of season 1's "Chore and Peace" and season 3's "Friendzy", as both "Chore and Peace" involve the Loud siblings protesting and "Friendzy" involves the Loud siblings getting territorial and do fight against each other while getting help from their friends, but eventually cause damages. Lincoln is replaced by Luna, there is no Trashy, Clyde, or Lincoln's friend gang, and the Royal Woods high school students are added in. The Loud House is also replaced by Royal Woods high school, and that episode can be not much better.
    15. "Game Off", while good, is a rehash of season 1's "Hand-Me-Downer" and season 3's "Tea Tale Heart", as both episodes have the main character (Lincoln and Lola) touching one of the character's stuff without their permission and they accidentally destroy them, and eventually try to get it back to normal. Lincoln is replaced by Lana and Lincoln's pink girly bike is also replaced with Total Trash Takedown. Not to speak of, it's the ninth Lincoln-centered episode in Season 4.
    16. "Write and Wrong", while good, is a rehash of season 1's "Picture Perfect" and season 2's "Future Tense", as both episodes involve the main character having the Loud siblings being changed into more proper characters. Both "Future Tense" involves Rita changing the Loud kids into more proper characters. Rita replaces Lincoln.
    17. "Purrfect Gig", while it can be decent, is a rehash combination of season 1's "Two Boys and a Baby" and season 3's "Breaking Dad", as both episodes have one of the Loud siblings taking on some sitting task, and in "Two Boys and a Baby", they eventually find it's harder than they did expect where they do call their friend for help. Lincoln is replaced by Luna, and Sam replaces Clyde. The Loud House is replaced with the McBride house, and Howard, Harold, Cleopatra, Nepurrtiti, and Simon, who make his debut in this episode as a one-time character, are added in. Not to speak of, it's the sixth Clyde-centered episode in season 4.
    18. "Sister Act", despite not stealing any elements from the previous seasons, is a rehash combination of Lottle and Lisa, The Parent Trap film series, its TV shows, and its plays, as both media involve twin sisters switching their identities so they can fool their mom and dad. Lisa and Luise are replaced with Lana and Lola, Lisa and Luise's parents are replaced with Lynn Sr. and Rita, and all of the The Parent Trap characters are replaced with The Loud House characters.
    19. "Don't You Fore-Get About Me", despite not stealing any elements from the previous seasons, is a rehash of the Arthur episode "Arthur's Faraway Friend", as both episodes involve something similar. Arthur is replaced with Lori, where all of the Arthur characters are replaced with The Loud House. Arthur's house and the Baxter residence are replaced with the titular Loud house place and Fairway university.
    20. "A Star Is Scorned", while good, is a rehash of season 4's "Kings of the Con", as both episodes involve someone losing the spotlight to sisters, and they try to sabotage the second main character's plans. Lincoln is replaced by Lola, there is no Clyde nor the judges, and Lincoln's sisters are replaced with Lily. The Royal Woods convention is replaced with the Royal Woods mall. Coincidentally, both episodes are in season 4, and "Kings of the Con" premiered eight months before "A Star Is Scorned" on October 14, 2019. Not to speak of, it's the fourth Lori-centered episode in season 4 and that episode is CLEARLY not much better.
    21. "Senior Moment", while it can be decent, is a rehash of season 1's "Kick the Bucket List", as both episodes involve someone trying to also do all of the crazy activities from their list, but they realize that they are more focused on finishing the list than actually having fun. Lori replaces Lincoln. The Loud house and all of the places where Lincoln and Clyde go to in the second aforementioned episode are the McBride House, Dairyland Amoosement Park, the pet store, Tall Timbers park, Gus's Games and Grub, and the bus are replaced with the Royal Woods movie theater, Royal Woods high school, Tad's lake house, and Hole In One-derland. Not to speak of, it's the fifth Lori-centered episode in season 4.
    22. "A Dark and Story Night", while good, is a rehash of "Ghost of the Town" from the graphic comic novel After Dark, as both of the media involve one of the siblings telling stories. Lucy is replaced by Lincoln, and there is no Clyde. Not to speak of, it's the thirteenth Lincoln-centered episode in season 4.
    23. "Sand Hassles" is a rehash of season 1's "In Tents Debate", as both episodes involve the main character going to the beach. Lucy replaces Lincoln, and the family is replaced by Lucy's friends, minus Bertrand as he is now on the cruise with many people and with his father, are added in. The Loud house is also replaced with Royal Woods elementary school, where the camp the siblings go to is replaced by Lake St. Byron.
    24. "How Double Dare You!", while good, is a rehash of season 2's "Legends" and the Sanjay and Craig episode "Trouble Dare", as both episodes involve someone competing on Double Dare to win a prize. Sanjay and Craig are replaced by Lincoln and his siblings, and Lisa is added in. The Sanjay and Craig characters who are in the episode are replaced by The Loud House characters. The Patels' house and Sanjay's ant farm are also replaced by the Loud house. Not to speak of, it's the fourteenth Lincoln-centered episode in season 4.
    25. "Snoop's On", is a rehash of season 1's "Ties That Bind", as both episodes involve the Loud kids having false information about a Loud sibling. Lola is replaced by Luna, and Sam is added in. In addition, Royal Woods high school is added in too. Not to speak of, it's the fourteenth Lincoln-centered episode in season 4, implying how nearly repetitive the show was at the time. Not to speak of, it's the fifteenth Lincoln-centered episode in season 4.
    26. "Friends in Dry Places" is a rehash of season 3's "Middle Men", as both episodes involve Lincoln listening to Lynn's advice about Royal Woods middle school, but he eventually gets in trouble for following her advice. Royal Woods middle school, though it is mentioned multiple times in the episode) is replaced with Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore. Not to speak of, it's the sixteenth and final Lincoln-centered episode in season 4.
    27. The season 4 finale, "Coupe Dreams" is a rehash of The Casagrandes episode "Walk, Don't Run", as both episodes involve someone taking care of too many characters, and eventually learn being overworked. Ronnie Anne is replaced with Lori, Sid is replaced with Leni. Great Lakes City is replaced with Royal Woods, where the titular Casagrandes Apartment, its places, the Great Lakes City Park are replaced with the titular Loud House. Not to speak of, it's the sixth and final Lori centered episode in season 4, implying how nearly repetitive this show was at the time.
    28. The season 5 premiere "Schooled!" is a rehash of the SpongeBob SquarePants episode "Hall Monitor", The Adventures of Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius episode "Hall Monster" and The Fairly OddParents! episode "Chloe Rules!", as all those episodes involve someone being the hall monitor. Patrick, Timmy, and Jimmy are replaced by Lincoln, and all of the SpongeBob SquarePants, Jimmy Neutron, and The Fairly OddParents! characters are replaced with The Loud House characters. SpongeBob, Chloe, and Chuck are replaced by Lynn, whom is the hall monitor here. Mrs. Puff's boating school, Bikini Bottom, Dimmsdale elementary school, Dimmsdale, Lindbergh elementary school, and Retroville, are are also replaced with the Loud house, Royal Woods middle school, Royal Woods, Fairway university, Baby Bunker preschool, Canada, and Mapleton middle school. "Chloe Rules!" is also not much better.
    29. "The Boss Maybe", while decent, is a rehash of season 1's "No Guts, No Glori", but this time, it replaces Lori with Leni, and Lily goes along with the parents, too. It's also a rehash of season 4's "Leader of the Rack" as both episodes focus on Leni trying to be a cool leader and facing chaos until Fiona and Miguel help her. Also, in both episodes, Leni is a passenger of Vanzilla, with the driver comforting her.
    30. "Family Bonding", despite not stealing any elements from the previous seasons, steals the plot from the 1989 black comedy film The 'Burbs, and The Angry Birds Movie, but this time, the Miller family aren't killers, robbers, but instead they are spies. Ray Peterson and Red are replaced with Lincoln, Art, and Chuck and Bomb are replaced with Clyde, all of The 'Burbs and Angry Birds characters are replaced with The Loud House characters, Ray's house, and Bird Island are also replaced with The Loud House and the Klopeks' family house, and Piggy Island is replaced with the Miller family house. It is also a rehash combination of the James Bond franchise, season 2's "Future Tense", Nickelodeon's other series The X's, and this episode marks the first appearance of the fictional David Steele franchise, and parody of the James Bond franchise.
    31. "Strife of the Party", despite not stealing any elements from the previous seasons, is similar to the Thomas and Friends episode "Buffer Bother", as it even takes the same type of "You can't always get what you want". moral. Bill and Ben are replaced with Lana and Lola. All of the Thomas and Friends characters are replaced with The Loud House characters. The Sodor Slate quarry and the island of Sodor, are replaced by the titular Loud House, Royal Woods, and Tall Timbers Park. implying how nearly repetitive this show was at the time. That episode is also not much better either.
    32. "Band Together", while it can be good, is a rehash of season 1's "House Music", as in both episodes Luna initially enjoys playing with her bands, but she later abandons them for sake of her career and going despite her claims of working together. In the end, Luna returns and apologizes. Luna's family, minus Lynn Sr., is replaced with the moon goats and Chunk, where the titular Loud house is replaced with The Burnt Bean.
    33. "Saved by the Spell" is a rehash of season 4's "Don't You Fore-get About Me", as both episodes involve someone trying to sabotage someone from succeeding their dream, due to the fact that they want them to keep the friend close to Royal Woods. Leni is replaced with Stella (this is Stella's only episode focusing on her to date), Lori (due to her also truly attending college now), and Lincoln's friends, minus Ronnie Anne, are added in. Fairway university is replaced with Royal Woods middle school. Not to mention, it's the eighth Lincoln centered episode in season 5.
    34. "Season's Cheatings", while it can be good, is a rehash combination of season 1's "The Sweet Spot" and season 2's "Mall of Duty", as "The Sweet Spot" involves Lincoln trying to get the book, and using a seating chart to rig stuff like him trying to get the sweet spot on the car trip. "Season's Cheatings" has Lincoln trying to get the Rip Hardcore backpack, much like "Mall of Duty" also has trying to get an autograph signed by Rip Hardcore's of his copy of the book at the Royal Woods Mall. In this one, however, Lincoln doesn't get the book unlike the third aforementioned episode, and this episode also has a Christmas theme. Not to speak of, it's the seventh Lincoln centered episode in season 5.
    35. "A Flipmas Carol", despite not stealing any elements from the previous seasons, while it can be good, is an obvious parody of A Christmas Carol, as well as its title being an obvious pun, too, as well, as both Flip, Lisa, Lincoln, Clyde, Lucy, Lynn, and the Loud siblings take on the roles of the different characters. All of the A Christmas Carol characters are replaced with The Loud House characters. Not to speak of, it's the eighth Lincoln centered episode in season 5 and the fourth Lynn centered episode in season 5.
    36. "No Bus No Fuss" is a rehash of Season 1's "Heavy Meddle" all because the main premise of the episode is that Lincoln gets bullied, though not by Ronnie Anne Santiago, and instead by three eighth-graders. Additionally, Lincoln's friend group, minus Ronnie Anne, the Royal Woods middle school bus, and Royal Woods middle school are added in. Not to speak of, it's the tenth Lincoln centered episode and the fourth Lincoln and the gang centered episode in season 5. That episode is also not much better, either.
    37. "Resident Upheaval", while it can be good, is identical to season 2's "Intern for the Worse", as both episodes involve Lincoln and Clyde competing and fighting each other only to learn that they were manipulated by someone else. Flip is replaced by Scoots, where Myrtle and Nana Gayle (she makes her first appearance in this episode after so many mentions) are added in. Flip's Food and Fuel is replaced with Sunset Canyon retirement home. Not to speak of, it's the eleventh Lincoln centered episode in season 5 and the fourth Clyde centered episode in season 5, implying how nearly repetitive this show was at the time.
    38. "Undercover Mom", despite not stealing any elements from the previous seasons, while it can be good, is a rehash combination of the movie Fast Times at Ridgemont High and its spin-off television show Fast Times, Mrs. Doubtfire, Some Like It Hot, Fanfarn der Liebe and Never Been Kissed. The first and second one involves someone writing a book about going undercover at a high school, and Mrs. Doubtfire having someone disguising the main protagonist as someone. Never Been Kissed has someone writing an article about going undercover at a high school, so all of the "writing" types are almost the same. Cameron is replaced with Rita, Ridgemont high school is replaced with Royal Woods high school, where the Royal Woods gazette from "Write and Wrong" is added in, and all of those characters from those movies are replaced with The Loud House characters. Not to speak of, it's the seventh Rita centered episode and the sixth Lynn Sr. centered episode in season 5.
    39. "School of Shock" is a rehash of season 1's "Making The Grade", as both episodes involve Lisa acting out-of-character as a know-it-all at the elementary school. Lincoln is replaced with Lisa, and there is no Clyde, Liam, Rusty, Zach, and Mrs. Johnson. Mrs. Shrinivas' classroom and Mrs. Johnson's classroom are also replaced with Miss Allegra's classroom. Coincidentally, both episodes were storyboarded by Darin McGowan, where this is the last episode he storyboarded before he left Nickelodeon, though he worked on the then-upcoming The Loud House Movie. It's also the only episode in season 5 boarded by him. Not to speak of, it's the sixth Lisa centered episode in season 5. That episode is also not much better either.
    40. "Electshunned" is a rehash of season 3's "Shop Girl", as both episodes involve Leni trying and wanting to be aggressive to win her fight, where she eventually chooses to be nice, rather than being aggressive. Mayor Davis, the Royal Woods town hall, Vic, who makes his first appearance in this episode, is the main antagonist of the episode, and later became a minor recurring character in the show, Lola, Rita, Lynn Sr., Royal Woods high school are added in. Lori is absent in this episode, because she's attending college now. Not to speak of, it can be seen as the fourth Leni centered episode in season 5 if counting "Undercover Mom" as one, the eighth Rita centered episode in season 5, and the seventh Lynn Sr. centered episode in season 5. That episode premiered two months after this episode on March 26, 2021.
    41. "Zach Attack", despite not stealing any elements from the previous seasons, while good, is slightly similar to the 1988 sci-fi movie They Live, and the What's with Andy? season 1 episode "It Came from East Gackle", as the idea that Scoots says about the aliens posing as people is identical to the plot of They Live, as both media involve an alien posing as humans. It Came from East Gackle" also has Andy/Zach convincing everyone that aliens are real. Nada is replaced with Zach, and Zach's friend gang, except for Ronnie Anne, Mr. Gurdle and Mrs. Gurdle are added in as well. Zach's house, where it makes its first appearance in the episode, is also added in. Not to speak of, it's the fifth Lincoln and the gang centered episode in season 5.
    42. "Flying Solo" is a rehash combination of season 4's "Kings of the Con" and season 4's "A Star Is Scorned", as both episodes involve someone failing to get the spotlight to a sister/friend who did outperformed them by pure accident, where they do become envious and trying to sabotage them so they can get their spotlight back. Eventually, the main character tells them where the second main character is upset, and try to fix things. Lincoln is replaced with Clyde, where Clyde's friend gang is added in too, Paula, Byron, Mr. Budden, and Leon Cavaratti are added in. The Royal Woods convention center is also replaced with Royal Woods middle school. Not to speak of, it's the thirteenth Lincoln centered episode in season 5, the fifth Clyde centered episode in season 5, and the sixth Lincoln and the gang centered episode in season 5. Coincidentally, both "Kings of the Con" and "A Star Is Scorned" are in season 4. That episode is also not much better either.
    43. "Hurl, Interrupted", while good, is a rehash of the SpongeBob SquarePants season 6 episode "Roller Cowards", as both episodes involve someone being scared of telling their friend their secret at a theme park, before going on a roller coaster. SpongeBob is replaced with Lynn, where Lynn's friends are added in, and all of the SpongeBob SquarePants characters are replaced with The Loud House characters. Glove World is replaced with Dairyland Amoosement Park. Not to speak of, it's the fourth Lynn centered episode in season 5.
    44. The season 5A finale "Diamonds Are for Never" is a rehash of season 1's "It's a Loud, Loud, Loud, Loud, House", as both episodes involve someone fighting over something. Lincoln is replaced with Lola, and money is replaced with a diamond. Lori is not there because of college and Mr. Grouse is added in. Mr. Grouse's house is added in. Not to speak of, it's the seventh Lisa centered episode in season 5. And that episode is not much better either.
    45. "Rumor Has It", while good, is a rehash of the Arthur books Arthur's Teacher Trouble and Arthur and the True Francine. It's also a rehash of the Arthur season 1 episode "Arthur and the Real Mr. Ratburn", as both episodes involve someone hearing rumors about their main teacher and believing it is true. Arthur and his friend gang are replaced with Lincoln and his friend gang, where Mr. Ratburn is replaced with Mr. Bolhofner, and Lakewood elementary school is replaced with Royal Woods middle school. The Woods and Mr. Bolhofner's cabin are also added in. Not to speak of, it's the fourteenth Lincoln centered episode in season 5 and the seventh Lincoln and the gang centered episode in season 5.
    46. "Training Day", while good, is a rehash combination of Monty Python and the Holy Grail, season 1's "Toads and Tiaras", and season 4's "A Mutt Above", as both "Toads and Tiaras" and "A Mutt Above" involve someone training someone. "A Mutt Above" also has Lana training an animal and being the trainee. Lincoln is replaced with Lana, where Lincoln's friends, the rabbit of Caerbannog is replaced with Jazzy, and Snazzy are added in. There is no Royal Woods pageant. Coincidentally, both episodes indeed star Lana in them. Not to speak of, it's the eighth Lincoln and the gang centered episode in season 5.
    47. "Friday Night Fights", while good, is a rehash of season 5's "Cow Pie Kid", as both episodes involve one of Lynn's sports teams losing through the sports season until she gets some outside help from someone. Lynn and Liam are replaced with Lisa, Maddie, Touchdown Bot, who makes his first appearance in this episode, is added in. The Royal Woods roosters, and the place they do baseball in are replaced with Royal Woods roosters and the place that they play in from "The Loudest Yard". Coincidentally, both episodes are in season 5, where that episode aired four months before, on January 22, 2021. Not to speak of, it's the sixth Lynn and the seventh Lisa centered episode in season 5.
    48. "Grub Snub" is a rehash combination of season 1's "Space Invader" and season 3's "Friendzy", as both episodes involve one of Lincoln's older sisters hogging a personal place of his, where he tries to get one of his older sisters out of his area. Lynn is replaced with Leni, where Lincoln's friends, Leni's friends, and Gus, who later became a recurring character in the show, are added in. The titular Loud House is replaced with Gus's Games and Grub. Only in this one, Lincoln's friends attempt to get another friend group out of public space. Unfortunately it gets bad to the point where the owner got injured and the place got destroyed. Not to speak of, it's the fifteenth Lincoln centered episode in season 5, the eighth Lincoln and the gang centered episode in season 5, the (fifth Leni centered episode if counting "Undercover Mom" as one) fourth Leni centered episode in season 5.
    49. "She's All Bat", while good, is a rehash combination of season 4's "A Grave Mistake", "Kings of the Con", "A Star Is Scorned", season 5's "Flying Solo", and The Casagrandes season 2's "Karate Choppers". "A Grave Mistake" has Lucy saying to one of her younger siblings to join the Mortician's club for her own help, where she originally gets benefits because of that, eventually, however, she causes troubles that do make all the members of the Mortician's club turn against Lucy for her being selfish. "Kings of the Con" has a Loud sibling asks other siblings for assist, but they eventually don't win the spotlight, and try to sabotage as a result. Lola also does play a major role in both episodes. "A Star Is Scorned", "Flying Solo", and "Karate Choppers" also have someone not getting the spotlight. Eventually, the main character also tells them where the second main character is upset, and try to fix things. Lincoln is replaced with Lucy, and Lola and Lisa (voice cameos only) are added in. Coincidentally, both "Flying Solo" and "She's All Bat" are in season 5, where the former episode premiered three months before on February 8, 2021, and "Karate Choppers" coincidentally premiered two months before on March 20, 2021.
    50. "Much Ado About Noshing" is a rehash of season 2's "No Laughing Matter" and The Casagrandes season 2's "Achy Breaky Art", as both episodes involve a character, who seemingly cannot accept criticism and being sensitive to it. Lori is also not in this episode due to attending Fairway university now, and Lynn Sr., Principal Huggins, Mr. Grouse, Mrs. Bernardo, her horse, Kotaro, and Flip are added in. The Chortle Portal is replaced with Lynn's table. Not to speak of, it's the sixteenth Lincoln centered episode in season 5, implying how nearly repetitive this show was at the time. That episode is not much better either.
    51. "Camped!", while good, is a rehash of season 1's "In Tents Debate" and season 1's "Roughin' It", as both episodes involve Lincoln camping. "In Tents Debate" also has Lincoln and his family camping at a camp. Scratchy Bottom Campgrounds is replaced with Camp Mastodon. Leonard Loud Gramps (more commonly named to as Gramps, who makes his first appearance in this episode after appearing in flashbacks in "Vantastic Voyage" and "Home of the Fave, who later became a recurring character in the show) being and Flip are added in. Not to speak of, it's the eighteenth Lincoln centered episode in season 5 and the tenth Lynn Sr. centered episode in season 5, implying how nearly repetitive this show was at the time.
    52. "Dream a Lily Dream", while good, is a rehash of the 2010 science fiction action thriller film Inception, as both media involves a group of people going into a person's dream to have an effect on the character, where Lisa does warn they can get trapped into limbo if something goes wrong. Not to speak of, it's the eighth Lisa centered episode in season 5, the fourth Lily centered episode in season 5, and the fourth Flip centered episode in season 5, implying how nearly repetitive this show was at the time.
    53. "How the Best Was Won" is a rehash combination of season 2's "Out of the Picture", season 3's "Friendzy", season 4's "Deep Cuts", season 5's "Grub Snub", and The Casagrandes season 2's "Battle of the Grandpas", and The Casagrandes season 2's "Throwing Pains", as both "Out of the Picture" and "How the Best Was Won" does involve Lincoln and Clyde doing their best effort because they want to get in the school yearbook, however, they face bad things in the process of getting into the yearbook (as mentioned earlier). Both "Friendzy", "Deep Cuts", and "How the Best Was Won" have a group of someone's friends do crippling each other, because of their own beliefs. Grub Snub", "Battle of the Grandpas" and "Throwing Pains" have a group of characters or a person, except for "Battle of the Grandpas" doesn't have a group of people and the stuff that's mentioned below, wanting the same stuff, of which they eventually contend each other as they want it. The battle, however, eventually becomes intensely heated, and where it becomes wild, someone says for them to cease because of doing it, of which they do figure out that the battle was pointless. There is no Lola and Coach Pacowski, where Royal Woods elementary school is replaced with Royal Woods middle school, as Lincoln and his friends attend middle school as of the season 5 premiere "Schooled!". Not to speak of, it's the ninteenth Lincoln centered episode in season 5, the sixth Clyde centered episode in season 5, and the eleventh Lincoln and the gang centered episode in season 5. That episode is also not much better either.
    54. "Animal House", while decent, is a rehash combination of the Listen Out Loud "Pet Adoption Day with Lana Loud", The Casagrandes season 1's "Walk, Don't Run", and "Coupe Dreams", as both "Pet Adoption Day with Lana Loud" and "Animal House" involve Lana at the Royal Woods animal shelter, of which she struggles to find owners for the pets. The Casagrandes episode "Walk, Don't Run" and "Animal House" involve someone taking care of too many pets, and eventually learn being overworked. Both "Coupe Dreams" and "Animal House" involve one of the Loud sisters taking more work than she can handle. Not to speak of, it's the twelfth Lincoln and the gang centered episode in season 5, the tenth Rita centered episode in season 5, and the eleventh and final Lynn Sr. centered episode in season 5.
    55. "Lori Days", while good, is a rehash of season 3's "Missed Connection", as both episodes involve Lori becoming scared of her relationship with someone, because of them now living in different places, as of the season 5 premiere "Schooled!", however, it does indeed eventually turns out to be only a misunderstanding, and Lori was worried for nothing. Bobby is replaced with Lori, there is no Ronnie Anne, Maria Santiago, and the rest of the Casagrandes family, and the rest of the Loud siblings are added in. The Casagrandes apartment and the mercado are replaced with Fairway university and Tall Timbers park. Not to speak of, it's the ''fourth Lori centered episode in season 5.
    56. "Fam Scam", while it can be good, is a rehash of season 4's "Write and Wrong" and The Casagrandes season 1's "Mexican Makeover", as both episodes involve someone acting to be better than they actually are, for the sake of having a beneficial company. Rita is replaced with Lola, there is no Lori because of her attending college now, Jessie is not there, and there is no Rita and Lynn Sr., though they are mentioned. Cricket Van Doren, who makes her first appearance in this episode, Howard and Harold are added in. The McBride house and the Royal Woods mall are added in. Eventually, the "liar reveal" cliché is used, where the character is sad, apologizes, and gets their trust back, and everything is happy. Not to speak of, it's the fourth and final Lola centered episode in season 5 and the seventh Clyde centered episode in season 5.
    57. "Farm to Unstable", while good, is a rehash of season 3's "What Wood Lincoln Do?", as both episodes involve Lincoln doing hard work but don't know how to do it, and eventually find shortcuts to work faster so they can do their tasks and be done, but eventually mess up and make it up by working harder. Mrs. Johnson is replaced with Liam's Mee-Maw, where Lincoln's friends, Flip, Mr. Grouse, Cheryl, Meryl, Scoots, and Tyler are added in. There is also no Rita. Royal Woods elementary school is replaced with Liam's farm, where the super mart and Flip's Food and Fuel are added in. Not to speak of, it's the twentieth Lincoln centered episode in season 5 and the thirteenth Lincoln and the gang centered episode in season 5.
    58. "Diss the Cook", is a rehash of The Proud Family season 1 episode "Teacher's Pet", as both episodes involve someone having a grudge against someone, trying to stop it, and having them becoming friends again. Penny is replaced with Lincoln and Ms. Dinkins is replaced with Chef Pat, where Lincoln's friends, Lynn, Lori, Leni (in pictures and mentioned only), Luna (in pictures and mentioned only), Luan (in pictures and mentioned only), Lynn, Suga Mama is replaced with Rita, and Pop-Pop are added in. Willie T. Ribbs middle school is replaced with Royal Woods middle school, The Proud house is replaced with the titular Loud house, and the private preschool is replaced with Fairway university. Not to speak of, it's the twenty-first Lincoln centered episode in season 5, the fourteenth Lincoln and the gang centered episode in season 5, the fifth and final Lori centered episode in season 5, the (sixth Leni centered episode if counting "Undercover Mom" as one) fifth Leni centered episode in season 5, the fifth and final Luna centered episode in season 5 if counting "Undercover Mom" as one, the fourth and final Luna centered episode if counting "Undercover Mom" as one, the seventh and final Lynn episode, and the ninth Rita centered episode in season 5.
    59. "For Sale by Loner", while good, is a rehash combination of season 2's "Garage Banned" and season 3's "The Mad Scientist", as both episodes involve someone being sick and tired of the Loud family's antics, and they move out, however, they eventually miss them. Lori is replaced with Mr. Grouse, and Mr. Bolhofner is added in. Chateau Royal Condos from "A Flipmas Carol", coincidentally both episodes are in season 5, where "A Flipmas Carol" premiered in the United States of America on December 5, 2020 at 5:00 PM and 8:00 PM respectively, Sunset Canyon retirement home, Mr. Bolhofner's different cabin in the woods, and Mr. Grouse's then-cabin in the woods are added in. Not to speak of, it's the twenty-second Lincoln centered episode in season 5.
    60. "Fright Bite", while it can be good or decent, is a rehash combination of The Burbs, season 1's "The Waiting Game", season 2's "ARGGH! You for Real?, season 4's "Kings of the Con", The Casagrandes season 2's "Dynamic Do Over", and season 5's "Family Bonding", as both The 'Burbs, "Family Bonding", and "Fright Bite" involve the main characters thinking someone is extraordinary because to their suspicious appearance, however, unlike that former episode the difference between the two episodes is that is in "Family Bonding" their suspicions were proved correct, and in "Fright Bite", they were proved wrong. "The Waiting Game" and "Fright Bite" involve the main characters trying to impress someone for their own wanting benefits. However, they are ignored by that character. Both "ARGGH! You for Real?" and "Fright Bite" have the main characters thinking and believing that undead creatures are real, however, they eventually do indeed find out that it is fake. Coincidentally, both episodes and shows have the same female director. Both "Kings of the Con" and "Fright Bite" involve the main characters trying to impress an annoyed person so they can get rewarded only, but they are to ignored, however, unlike the former episode, there is also a difference; in the end, the main characters get rewarded instead of punished. Ray Peterson is replaced with Lucy, there is no Art, the Klopeks family are replaced with Sir Spooky, who makes his first appearance in this episode, where all of The 'Burbs characters are replaced with The Loud House characters. Ray's house is replaced with the Royal Woods cemetery, a massive mansion where the fictional season finale of the fictional The Vampires of Melancholia show, the Royal Woods mall, and Tall Timbers park. Coincidentally, both "Family Bonding" and "Fright Bite" are in season 5, where the former episode premiered eight months before "Fright Bite" on September 18, 2020.
    61. "The Loudly Bones", while it can be decent, is a rehash of the comic "Find of the Century" from the graphic novel The Struggle is Real, as they both involve one of the younger Loud sisters believing what they found a dinosaur bone. Lana is replaced with Lisa, where the rest of the Loud family, and Dr. Alvarez, who makes her first appearance in this episode, is added in. The Royal Woods museum is added in. Not to speak of, it's the ninth Lisa centered episode in season 5.
    62. "Runaway McBride", while good, is a rehash combination of Arthur season 2's "Arthur's Faraway Friend", The Loud House "Don't You Fore-get About Me", and season 5's "Saved by the Spell", as both episodes do really indeed involve something similar. Arthur is replaced with Harold, the rest of Clyde's friend gang, Gus, and Flip are added in, where all of the Arthur characters are replaced with The Loud House characters. Arthur's House and the Baxter Residence are replaced with the McBride house, Gus's Games and Grub, and Flip's Food and Fuel. Coincidentally, both "Saved by the Spell" and "Runaway McBride" are in season 5, where the former episode premiered fourteen months prior to "Runaway McBride" on January 22, 2021 at 4:00 PM and 7:00 PM. Not to speak of, it's the twenty-second Lincoln centered episode in season 5, the fifteenth Lincoln and the gang centered episode in season 5, the ninth and final Clyde centered episode in season 5.
    63. The season 5 finale "High Crimes" in that is the last season 5 episode to air, while alright, is a rehash combination of the James Bond franchise, as both media involve spies. James Bond is replaced with Lincoln, Felix Leither is replaced with Clyde, Ernst Stavro Blofeld is replaced with Vic, and Nana Gayle, Myrtle, Gus, Flip, Tyler, Scoots, Pop-Pop, Bernie, and Seymour are added in. Sunset Canyon, Gus' Games and Grub, Tall Timbers park, and Flip's Food and Fuel are added in. Not to speak of, it's the twenty-third Lincoln centered episode in season 5 and the eighth and final Clyde centered episode in season 5.
    64. The first episode to premiere in 2022, "Appetite for Destruction" is a rehash of season 5's "Training Day", as both episodes involve a little, and, subjectly, cute character becoming angry, where they do cause massive destruction. Jazzy is replaced with Lily, there are no Lincoln's friends, there is no El Diablo, Walt, Bitey, Izzy, Hops, and Cliff. Scoots and Mrs. Shuttleworth are added in. Baby Bunker preschool and Lynn's table are also added in. Coincidentally, both episodes are in season 5, where the latter episodes premiered eight months before the former episode on May 14, 2021. Not to speak of, it's the (seventh Leni centered episode if counting "Undercover Mom" as one) sixth and final Leni centered episode in season 5, the eleventh and final Lisa centered episode in season 5, the fourth and final Lily centered episode in season 5, the tenth and final Rita centered episode in season 5, and the eleventh and final Lynn Sr. centered episode in season 5.
    65. The season 5 finale in production order, "Frame on You" is a rehash of season 3's "Crimes of Fashion", as both episodes involve Lincoln and one of his friends trying to clear the name of a framed character, of where they got wrongly punished. Leni is replaced with Rusty, where the rest of Lincoln's friends are added in, Girl Jordan, Principal Ramirez, Meryl, Chandler, and Mr. Bolhofner are added in, there is no Mrs. Carmichael and Carmichael's son. Royal Woods Mall and Reininger's. Not to speak of, it's the twenty-fifth and final Lincoln centered episode and the sixteenth and final Lincoln and the gang centered episode in season 5. That episode is also not much better either.
    66. The season 6 premiere in airing order, "Don't Escar-Go" is a rehash combination of season 4's "Don't You Fore-get About Me", season 5's "Saved by the Spell" and "Runaway McBride", and the Arthur episode "Arthur's Faraway Friend". Both episodes do indeed involve something similar. Both "Don't You Fore-get About Me", "Saved by the Spell", and "Don't Escar-Go" involve someone trying and wanting to sabotage someone from succeeding their dream, because of the main character wanting them to stay home in Royal Woods. "Runaway McBride" and "Don't Escar-Go" involve a group trying to have Clyde stay in Royal Woods, and both episodes involve all characters playing major roles (Lincoln, Clyde, Liam, Rusty, Zach, Stella, Harold, and Howard). Arthur is replaced with Lincoln, where Buster is replaced with Clyde, Lincoln's friends (minus Ronnie Anne), Seymour, Nana Gayle, Dean Dupont, who makes her first appearance in this episode, Lynn Sr., Kotaro, Chef Pat, Waffles, who makes her first appearance in this episode, Harold, and Howard are added in. Arthur's house and the Baxter residence are replaced with the McBride house, where Royal Woods middle School, Sunset Canyon retirement home, Lynn's table, Royal Woods middle school, and the culinary school that Clyde wanted to attend in Paris, France, which makes its first appearance in this episode, are added in. Coincidentally, both "Saved by the Spell" and "Runaway McBride" are in season 5. Coincidentally, both "Runaway McBride" and "Don't Escar-Go" premiered in 2022 and in the same month (March), where the second latter episode premiered seven days before in the United States of America on a Friday at 5:30 PM and 8:30 PM respectively. That episode can also not be much better either.
    67. The season 6 episode "Present Danger", in production order, despite not stealing any elements from the previous seasons, while it can be decent, is a rehash combination of the James Bond franchise, as this episode pays as a big homage to the franchise. The original title for this episode is You Only Gift Twice is a reference to the 1967 James Bond movie called You Only Live Twice. The scene where Lincoln is in a David Steele costume is similar to the iconic James Bond opening. Lynn Sr.'s preference for his milkshake, which is "shaken, not stirred", is similar to James Bond's preference for his martinis. Lincoln's character as David Steele is a reference to the titular James Bond character himself. Cue Stick's character is a reference to Q, James Bond's weapons expert. Rusty being dressed up as the villain is a reference to the main antagonist of the James Bond franchise named Ernesto Stavro Blofeld, where he is best known for stroking a cat in every of his appearances. Lincoln's friends being dressed up as different David Steele villains are references to these James Bond villains. Golden Toe is a reference to Goldfinger, and he is the main antagonist of the movie of the same name. Blowfish is a reference to Osato, who is a villain in You Only Live Twice. Patty Whack is a reference to Emilio Largo, who is the main antagonist of Thunderball. MALICE (Masterminds Acting Lawlessly In Committing Evil), where it first appeared in "Family Bonding" is a reference to the iconic James Bond fictional organization called SPECTRE (Special Executive for Counterintelligence, Terrorism, Revenge and Extortion). The scene in Gus's Games and Grub with Lincoln playing poker alongside Flip, Scoots, and Chandler parodies the iconic poker scene in Casino Royale.
    68. "Double Trouble" is a rehash combination of season 4's "Kings of the Con" and "A Star Is Scorned", season 5's "Flying Solo" and "She's All Bat", and The Casagrandes episode "Karate Choppers", as both "Kings of the Con" and "Double Trouble" involve two people trying to sabotage two other main characters so they can win a contest. "A Star Is Scorned", "Flying Solo", "Karate Choppers", and "She's All Bat" involve someone trying to sabotage someone for their own benefits. Lincoln is replaced with Lola, Clyde is replaced with Lana, there are no Judges, Cheryl, Meryl, Auntie Pam, Flip, Mr. Grouse, Liam, his two then-baby goats from "Stall Monitor", Scoots, Mopes (who makes her first appearance in this episode), and Principal Huggins are added in. The Royal Woods Convention is replaced with Auntie Pam's Parlor, where Chateau Royal Condos and Royal Woods Elementary School are added in. Coincidentally, both "Kings of the Con" and "A Star Is Scorned" are in season 4, "Flying Solo" and "She's All Bat" are also in season 5 and premiered in the United States of America in the same year, and "Karate Choppers" premiered in the same year as well. The former episode can also not be much better either.
    69. "Flip This Flip", while good, is a rehash of season 2's "Back in Black", as both episodes involve someone trying to go on a date with their love. Lucy is replaced with Lincoln, there is no Lori, due to her indeed attending college, Luna, Luan, Lynn, Lucy, and Lily. Flip and Nacho are added in, where Rocky Spokes is replaced with Tammy Gobbleworth, who makes her physical first appearance in this episode. Flip's Food and Fuel, Lynn's table, and the Royal Woods opera are added in.
    70. "Haunted House Call", despite not stealing any elements from the previous seasons, while good, is a rehash combination of the Ghostbusters franchise and the Super Mario spin-off franchise Luigi's Mansion, as both media involve getting rid of ghosts. However, this episode's concept of ghosts is role reversed almost all of the time, as the Mortician's Club almost always get rid of the ghosts instead of sucking them up with vacuum cleaners. Peter is replaced with Lucy, the rest of the Ghostbusters team are replaced with the Mortician's club, Mr. Grouse, Lady Emmeline, who makes her first appearance in this episode, Spirit Boris, who makes his first appearance in this episode, Mr. Spokes, the ghost that is destroying his Duds for Dudes store from "Back Out There", Liam, Dolly, who makes his first appearance in this episode, Cheryl, Meryl, the ghost that also does keep on changing Cheryl and Meryl's favorite show called Southern Housewives to Hisper Island, Buzz, who makes his first appearance in this episode, Scoots, Tyler, Lynn Sr., and Flip are added in, where all of the Ghostbusters characters are replaced with The Loud House characters. The firehouse, Hook & Ladder Company 8 is replaced with the Royal Woods cemetery, where Mr. Grouse's house, Duds for Dudes, Liam's farm, Chateau royal condos, Sunset Canyon retirement home, Lynn's table, Flip's Food and Fuel, and the Royal Woods convention center are added in.
    71. "Save Royal Woods!", while it can be good, is a rehash combination of Hey Arnold!: The Movie, The Simpsons Movie, the SpongeBob SquarePants episode "SpongeBob's Last Stand", Ice Age: Collision Course, and even The Loud House Movie, as both media involve someone saving a town. Arnold is replaced with Lincoln, Alphonse Perrier du von Scheck is replaced with Joyce Crandall (who makes her first appearance in this episode as the main antagonist of this episode), Future Tech Industries is replaced with an unnamed organization that tries to flood people's towns to make rooms for Great Lakes (which makes it's first appearance in this episode), where Maggie's mom, Pop-Pop, Bernie, Katherine Mulligan, Mrs. Gurdle, Mr. Gurdle, Zach, Mayor Davis, her mom, Cheryl, Flip, Lynn Sr., Rita, Luan, Leni, the Burpin' Burger mascot (on the logo only), Lisa, Lucy, Lynn, Stella, Luna, Lola, Lana, Mr. Grouse, Mrs. Johnson, Hops, Clyde, Mrs. Bernardo, Judy Zhau, Unnamed woman, Cookie QT, Unnamed boy, Nana Gayle, Seymour, Rusty, Lily, Harold, Howard, Liam's Mee-Maw, Todd, Meryl, Margo, Maddie, Persephone, Boris, Haiku, one of Liam's goats from "Stall Monitor" and "Double Trouble" (coincidentally, both "Double Trouble" and "Save Royal Woods!" premiered in the United States of America four months before "Save Royal Woods!" on March 11, 2022 at 5:00 PM and 8:00 PM), Sam, Nacho, Meli, Darcy, the horse that Lynn Sr. is riding (which makes its first appearance in this episode), Ace Savvy (mentioned and shown through Lincoln's Ace Savvy comics that he still has), Squirrel, Scoots, Fiona, Miguel, Virginia, Cleopatra, Nepurrtiti, Morpheus, Mr. Coconuts, Benny, Gus, Chef Pat, Geo, Cliff, Lori, the bulldozing men who were going to destroy Royal Woods but decided not to do it anymore and fired Joyce (who make their first appearances in this episode as one-time characters), and Katherine Mulligan's reporter are added in. Sunset Arms is replaced with Royal Woods, where Royal Woods High School, Joyce's mom's house, Burpin' Burger, Royal Woods Middle School, Flip's Food and Fuel, Market, many unnamed background places, the Royal Woods Dam, the titular Loud House place, Lynn's exercise place, Mr. Grouse's house, the cornfield where Zach, Mrs. Gurdle, and Mr. Gurdle look at for aliens in UFOs at night, the Royal Woods Mall, the Royal Woods Spa, Tall Timbers Park, the McBride house, the Royal Woods Cementary, the Chortle Portal from "No Laughing Matter", the Royal Woods Bowling Alley, Auntie Pam's Parlor, Gus's Games and Grub, and Fairway University are added in. Not to speak of, it's the fourth Lincoln centered episode in season 6. That former (excluding The Simpsons Movie) and latter films aren't much better.
    72. "The Taunting Hour" is a rehash of season 3's "House of Lies", as both episodes involve the Loud family being unable to take ugly and bad truths/accepting criticism, of which they eventually blame the Loud kid saying it out. Lisa is replaced with Lisa, where Scoots, Lincoln, Mr. Grouse, the Judge who criticizes Lola for her pageant ribbon dancing, Chandler, the Judge, Sully, Judy, Mazzy, Sam, the Burnt Bean manager, Kotaro, Mr. Grouse, Mr. Coconuts, Todd, the scientists who criticize Todd, Cheryl, Chunk, Rachel, Dirk, Amaila from "Broadcast Blues", Rusty, Zach, Stella, and Liam are added in, and there is no Lori due to her also really indeed truly really attending college now. Not to mention, it's the sixth Lincoln centered episode in season 6, the fifth Lincoln and the gang centered episode in season 6, and the fourth Lisa centered episode in season 6, implying how nearly repetitive this show was at the time for being the fifth Lincoln and the gang centered episode in season 6 as mentioned earlier (depending on your view). That episode can also not be much better either.
    73. "A Bug's Strife", while good, is a rehash combination of old classic cartoons like the Tom a nd Jerry franchise and the Herman and Katnip franchise, season 1's "Two Boys and a Baby", season 1's "Raw Deal", season 1's "One Flu over the Loud House, season 2's "No Such Luck, season 3's "Ruthless People", season 4's "Lucha Fever with the Casagrandes", season 4's "Purrfect Gig", The Casagrandes season 1's "Cursed!", and the end of the second half of season 5's "Diamonds Are for Never". Both old cartoons like the Tom and Jerry franchise, the Herman and Katnip franchise, and "A Bug's Strife" involve classic torture slapstick humor. Both "Two Boys and a Baby" and "A Bug's Strife", as both episodes involve one of the Loud family members succeeding in not going to Aunt Ruth's house because they hate it, face their own personal but comical and funny trouble, where they eventually hilariously go to Aunt Ruth's house at the end. Both "Raw Deal", "No Such Luck", "Cursed!", and "A Bug's Strife" involve something similar, where both the latter episode and the fourth aforementioned episode have one of the Louds lying so they can have free time for own self getting locked out of the house, except there is no supposed "bad luck". Both "Ruthless People" and "A Bug's Strife" involve something similar happening to the titular Loud House place. Both "Lucha Fever with the Casagrandes" and "A Bug's Strife" involve someone faking sick to watch TV at their own home while the other characters are not at home. Both "Purrfect Gig" and "A Bug's Strife" involve a character at home. Both the ending of the real second half of "Diamonds Are for Never" and "A Bug's Strife" involve someone destroying the titular Loud House in search of something/someone. Lincoln is replaced with Lily, Lori's not in this episode (due to due to her also really indeed truly really really attending college now), there is no Clyde, Charles, Cliff, Geo, Walt, Aunt Ruth, the Grasshopper (which makes his first appearance in this episode and is the former antagonist of this episode), and Mr. Grouse is added in. Aunt Ruth's house and Mr. Grouse's house are added in. Coincidentally, both "Two Boys and a Baby", "Rawl Deal", "One Flu over the Loud House" are in season 1. Coincidentally, both "Lucha Fever with the Casagrandes" and "Purrfect Gig" are in season 4.
    74. "Sofa, So Good" is a rehash combination of season 1's "Come Sale Away", season 4's "Any Given Sundae", and season 4's "House Flip". Both "Come Sale Away" and "Any Given Sundae" involve the Loud kids losing the furniture, however, unlike the former episode, of which they did purposely sold the titular Loud House's furniture and getting rid of almost everything in the place, they accidentally lost it here and do not get rid of anything else in the house. Both "Any Given Sundae" and "Sofa, So Good" involve Rita and Lynn Sr. getting the Loud siblings a big reward for behaving well. However, unlike that former episode, where their misbehaviors are unnoticed by the parents, their misbehaviors get discovered, however, the Loud kids are still rewarded regardless. Both "House Flip" involve the Loud siblings causing damage by accident, where they try to fix it without Rita and Lynn Sr.'s knowledge out of fear losing something. However, while the Loud siblings still get punished at the end (in spite of being a light punishment), in "House Flip", they are fully rewarded in this episode, and in the end, the Loud siblings funnily get a new couch which looks exactly like the old couch. There is no Lori due to her really indeed also really truely indeed attending college now, where Todd, Mr. Grouse, Dom (who is actually Flip and makes his first appearance in this episode) Mr. Bolhofner, Meryl, Cheryl, El Diablo, the Auctioneer (which makes his first appearance in this episode), Nacho, Scoots, and Tyler are added in. The Royal Woods Dumpster from "The Crying Dame", Flip's Food and Fuel, Coach Pacowski's houseboat (map only), Mr. Bolhofner's other cabin from "For Sale by Loner", Sunset Canyon Retirement Home (map only), Royal Woods Auction House, and Chateau Royal Condos are added in. Not to speak of, it's the ninth Lincoln centered episode in season 6, the seventh Lisa centered episode in season 6, the seventh Lynn Sr. centered episode in season 6, the fourth Rita centered episode in season 6, the sixth Todd centered episode in season 6, implying how nearly repetitive this show was at the time. That episode is also not much better either.
    75. "Time Trap!" is a rehash combination of the Back to the Future franchise, The Fairly OddParents episodes "Father Time!" and "It's a Wishful Life" and the SpongeBob SquarePants episodes "SB-129" and "Back to the Past". Both the first Back to the Future movie and "Time Trap!" also involve someone(s) changing their Mom and Dad's past, where they have to fix their actions or unfortunately, they will disappear forever. Coincidentally, one of Lincoln's lines that he says to Lisa, "You built a time machine out of Vanzilla". is a reference to one of Marty McFly's lines that he says to Doc, "Doc, are you telling me that you built a time machine out of a DeLorean?". Both Back to the Future Part II, Back to the Future Part III, and "Time Trap!" involve similar time-traveling as well. Both "Father Time!" and "Time Trap!" involve someone destroying their parents' trophied possessions, where they figure out the first and only way to fix that big problem is going back in time to stop them from getting that gift. Both "It's a Wishful Life!" and "Time Trap! involve something similar. Both "SB-129", Back to the Past" and "Time Trap!" involve similar time-traveling as well. Doc, Cosmo and Wanda, Jorgen Von Strangle, SpongeTron, and present Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy are replaced with Lisa, with Luna, Leni, Lola, Luan, Lana, Lily, Lori, Lynn, Marty, Timmy, and Squidward are replaced with Lincoln and Ace Savvy (Lincoln dresses up as him), Lorraine, SpongeBob, past Mermaid Man, and Timmy's friends are replaced with Rita, El Diablo, Geo, George McFly, Patrick, Vicky, Crocker, Timmy's parents, and past Barnacle Boy are replaced with Lynn Sr., Todd, Chunk, Ruth, Flip, Philip (who makes his first appearance in this episode as an alternate version of Flip who works at Phillip's Greens and Greens got inspired to sale healthy food, Mr. Grouse, Chandler, Alternate Universe Chandler, Clyde, Alternate Universe Clyde, Liam, Alternate Universe Liam, Zach, Alternate Universe Zach, Stella, and Alternate Universe Stella are added in. Doc Brown's house, the McFly Residence, Dimmsdale, Bikini Bottom, and all of the Back to the Future places are replaced with the titular Loud House, Fairway University (likeness only), the place where Lynn Sr. and Rita got married (which makes it's first appearance in this episode as a one-time location), the past Loud Philip's Greens and Greens, and the Gurdle house from "Zach Attack" are added in. Not to speak of, it's the fourteenth Lincoln centered episode, the ninth Lincoln and the gang centered episode, twelfth Lisa centered episode, the the eleventh Lynn Sr. centered episode in season 6, the eighth Rita centered episode in season 6, and the tenth Todd centered episode in season 6, implying how nearly repetitive this show was at the time for being the ninth Lincoln and the gang centered episode in season 6 (depending on your view). That episode is also not much better either.
    76. "Puns and Buns", while good, is a rehash of season 4's "Can't Hardly Wait", as both episodes involve a Loud sibling gets a job at a restaurant, starts working there as a result, where it's because of the fact that they want to spend time with someone that they want to be with, however, unfortunately, they don't do tasks the right where they also do indeed get bounced around to different jobs (waiter/kitchen worker/valet/manager/food worker/Burpin' Burger sign spinner where she dresses up Tippy the Cow from Dairyland because of her dressing up as him before in "Stressed for the Part") the same restaurant. However, due to that, one of the characters want the Loud sibling to get fired from the restaurant, only for that character to change their mind by wanting the Loud sibling to have a different job at the restaurant. However, unlike "Can't Hardly Wait", Lori wants to quit her job working at Lynn's Table, Andre (who makes his first appearance in this episode) wants Luan to get fired from her job at the Burpin' Burger because of her inappropriate behavior. Lori is replaced with Benny, there is no Lisa, Kotaro, Biker (who makes his first appearance in this episode), T-Bone, Biker Woman, Principal Huggins, Cheryl, Scoots, Rita, Grant, a Background woman, the man who Leni thinks is Lynn Sr. from "Job Insecurity", and Flip, where Andre, Otis (who makes his first appearance in this episode), Renee's mother, Tippy, a younger recolored version of Unnamed Teammate #3, Mr. Coconuts, Mr. Grouse, and background characters are added in. There is no the titular Loud House place, Fairway University, and Lynn's Table, where Lynn's Table is replaced with the Burpin' Burger, and Dairyland (on a picture on Benny's phone only that has Luan dressed up in her Tippy costume from the aforementioned "Stressed for the Part" episode as she surprises Benny at his job there selling popcorn on the weekends are added in. Not to speak of, it's the fourth and final Luan centered episode and the twelfth Lynn Sr. centered episode in season 6, implying how nearly repetitive this show was at the time.
    77. Crashed Course is a rehash of Season 4's Don't You Fore-Get About Me (which is no better), but instead of being Leni the one that ruins Lori's college career, all the Louds ruin it.
    78. The season 6b premiere "Lights, Camera, Nuclear Reaction" in terms of production order, while good, is a rehash combination of the James Bond franchise and Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs 2. Both Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs 2 involve Todd/Chip Micro using holograms of himself to confuse Lincoln with a remote as it is in the same manner of this movie. David Steele is replaced with Lincoln, where Clyde, Todd, Chip Micro (who makes his first appearances as the main antagonist of this episode in Lincoln and Clyde's home-made unofficial David Steele movie, Mr. Reinforced Titanium Alloy Arms, Flip, Lisa, Nacho, Flip's yellow inflatable, Leni (shown in flashbacks only), Luna (shown in flashbacks only), Lori (shown in flashbacks only), Lana (shown in flashbacks only), Lily (shown in flashbacks only), Lucy (shown in flashbacks only), Lynn (shown in flashbacks only), Lola, Mr. Sprinkles, Eunice are added in, where all of the James Bond characters are replaced with The Loud House characters. The David Steele city, the mountains (which make their first appearance in this episode as one-time place), Chip Micro's base (which makes it's first appearance in this episode as a one-time place), the titular Loud House place, Flip's Food and Fuel, Tall Timbers Park, Royal Woods Middle School, Todd/Chip Micro's warehouse base, a dancing place where Todd performs on a flashback via his screen on his monitor, and the Dance hall from "Racing Hearts" (through flashbacks only) are added in. Not to speak of, it's the sixteenth Lincoln centered episode in season 6, the fourteenth Lisa centered episode in season 6, the fourth Clyde centered episode in season 6, and the eleventh Todd centered episode in season 6, implying how nearly repetitive this show was at the time.
    79. The season 6b premiere "Food Courting", while good, is a rehash combination of the James Bond franchise, the 1989 teen romantic comedy film called Say Anything..., and The Casagrandes season 3's "Squawk in the Name of Love". Both Say Anything... and "Food Courting" involve a scene where someone (Lloyd/Gavin) trying to carol their love interest (Diane/Leni) in the aforementioned movie, where it's identical to the scene in the movie where Lloyd tries to carol Diane in this movie, where this scene in numerous other media ever since that movie's release. Lloyd is replaced with Gavin (who makes his first appearance in this episode after being Leni's fourth love interest after Chaz, the Cowlick boy from "Undercover Mom", and Scott from The Loud House Movie), Diane is replaced with Miguel and Leni, where all of Say Anything... characters are replaced with The Loud House characters. Diane's house is replaced with the titular Loud House. In the plot, Lloyd is replaced with Miguel, where Leni, Tanya, Felix (who makes his first appearance in this episode as Miguel's second crush in the end), Gavin, (who makes his first appearance in this episode as Miguel has a crush on him which reveals that he is gay, eventually Leni's fourth crush in the end), Scoots, Tippy, Charles, and Lynn are added in. Both "Squawk in the Name of Love" and "Food Courting" involve someone taking a friend's advice to get their love interest to love them. Lloyd's house is replaced with the Royal Woods Mall, Reininger's, the tunnel from "Mall of Duty" and "Eye Can't" (coincidentally both "Eye Can't" and "Food Courting" premiered in the United States of America three months before "Eye Can't", where that aforementioned first episode premiered on April 8, 2022 at 4:00 PM and 7:00 PM respectively), Spaghetti on a Stick, Dairyland, Seas o' Cheese, and the titular Loud House are added in.
    80. "Save the Last Pants", while good, is a rehash combination of season 1's "Come Sale Away" and season 6's "Sofa, So Good", as both episodes involve a group of characters selling an important object and try real hard to get it back under a time limit, however, unlike the former episode, of which they also did purposely sold the titular Loud House's furniture and getting rid of almost everything in the place, they accidentally lost it here and do not get rid of anything else in the place. There is no Lincoln's blue teddy bear (which makes his first appearance in this episode), Lori (due to her also really indeed truely also attending college now), Lisa, Lynn, Leni, Lana, Lola, Luan, Lucy, Luna, Rita, Lynn Sr., Mrs. Johnson, T-Bone (who makes his first appearance in this episode and becomes a very minor recurring character in the show), El Diablo, one of Lana's unnamed snakes (which makes his first appearance in this episode), Flip (however, he is mentioned in "Save the Last Pants"), where Rusty, Liam, Zach, Stella, Mr. Grouse, Morpheus (this being the second episode where he is shown without the rest of the Mortician's Club and what he does alongside when he is not with Haiku, Boris, Dante, and Persephone), his crow (this being the second episode where he is shown without the rest of the Mortician's Club and what he does alongside when he is not with Haiku, Boris, Dante, and Persephone), Scoots, Tyler, Bernie, Seymour, Ken Mu, a Waiter (who makes his first appearance in this episode), Unnamed woman, Unnamed man, Meryl, Cheryl, and Mick Swagger are added in. There is no the titular Loud House and Flip's Food and Fuel, where Royal Woods Middle School, Duds for Dudes, Gus's Games and Grub, the place where Rodney goes to in Hazletucky (which makes its first appearance in this episode), Sunset Canyon Retirement Home, the Burnt Bean, Banger's and Mosh, Giovanni Changs Italian Chinese Bistro, and the Karokie-Dokie from "Roadie to Nowhere" are added in. Not to speak of it's the seventeenth Lincoln centered episode in season 6 and the tenth Lincoln and the gang centered episode in season 6. Coincidentally, both "Sofa, So Good" and "Save the Last Pants" are in season 6, where the former episode premiered three months before on April 15, 2022 at 5:00 PM and 7:00 PM, and "Save the Last Pants" premiered three months after the former episode on July 15, 2022.
    81. Snow Escape (while alright) is a rehash of Season 1's "Snow Bored" Both episodes involve Lisa (Snow Bored) and Lynn Jr. (Snow Escape) respectively, involve them going crazy and attacking their siblings with snowballs.
  3. Many of the characters have been flanderized and lack the original charm for the most part they once had (especially the Loud family):
    • Lincoln himself went from being a kind-hearted "man with the plan" and a very likable character who is respectful to his friends and family into a huge butt-monkey and a punching bag who the world often beats down on. While this was always a problem, it has increased since Season 4. Worst of all, Lincoln going through unnecessary torment is always used for the sake of laughs and something like that makes you feel like the writers just wanted to express all their unjustified hatred towards him. He also became even more selfish as he started doing more things for the benefit of himself such as in Kings of the Con. He slightly improved in Season 5 and mostly improved in Season 6.
    • Rusty, while still likable, has been slightly flanderized since season 5 into a stupid and selfish boy, who only cares about helping others for his benefit. Examples include "Saved by the Spell", "Zach Attack", "Frame on You", "Don't Escar Go", "All the Rage", etc.
      1. Lincoln's friend group, most notably Clyde and Rusty, has become much more selfish than that of previous seasons. Half of the time when they are in an episode that takes place in the middle school, they usually tend to sacrifice each other's aspirations or talents for their benefits, whether it be all of them (like in "Saved by the Spell" and "Don't Escar Go") or one of them (such as the aforementioned Clyde in "Flying Solo"). Their actions during the season are nearly comparable to what Lincoln was like in most of his episodes in season 4. Starting in season 5, they are no longer classmates with Lincoln because Principal Ramirez does not work out for Lincoln to assigned to Mrs. Salter's class with them and there's no room left.
    • Leni starting in season 5, went from being an airheaded and naïve yet compassionate, fun-loving, and still clumsy teenage girl to a total idiot who behaves as if she's lost all signs of intelligence, so much so it makes Harry Dunne and Lloyd Christmas from Dumb & Dumber look like a pair of Einsteins. As of season 6, she has improved herself considerably, especially since in season 6 episode "Driver's Dread", when she finally got her driver's license and able to drive Vanzilla completely after she passed her driving test.
    • Luan, while still likable, became more of a one-dimensional character and most of her episodes mainly focus on her, Benny and their relationship.
    • Lynn Jr. arguably suffers the worst flanderization as she has reverted into and has completely become an unlikable jerk since season 5, especially in "Schooled!", where she abused the post of the monitor in the hall such as stuffing Lincoln into a locker just because he was running. This makes her a hypocrite, as in the episode "Middle Men", she was worried about Lincoln if he was to get bullied on his first day of middle school. But here, she does the exact thing she was against with Lincoln for no apparent reason other than she is the hall monitor.
    • Lucy, while still likable, just like Lincoln, became more selfish to get what she wanted in seasons 4 and 5:
      1. In "A Grave Mistake", she manipulated Lincoln to joining her club so that she could become the leader of her club.
      2. In "She's All Bat" where she wanted to get rid of Lola just because Lola was stealing her attention. She went as far as forging a document which could've gotten her in big trouble by the school or even suspended.
    • Chandler went from "manipulative asshat" (at worst) to "inconsiderate, apathetic bully" and become more of a bully towards Lincoln and his friends. What makes it worse is that he became friends with Lincoln in "Jeers for Fears". Starting in season 5, he becomes the main antagonist of the show. He is also skilled at plotting and scheming to torture Lincoln's life by making him get into trouble and missed any fun that he like.
    • Lisa, while still likable, has become a Lisa Simpson wannabe who only thinks she is in the right but sometimes acts stupid like in House Flip and Time Trap.
    • The rest of the sisters like Lori, Luna, Lana, Lola, and Lily, while still likable, have become background characters since season 5.
    • Mr. Bolhofner went from being a "strict, but fair" retired military man, to a pigsty, a very dim-witted buffoon, and a very mean, sneaky, rude, and crafty madman who hates children and takes his anger out on Lincoln just for sick kicks until he has a change of heart in the near end of "Rumor Has It". On top of that, he's not working really hard, as a teacher, due to his utter stupidity.
    • Lynn Sr., while still likable, became an immature father who is scared to defend himself from his own children.
    • Rita, while still likable, became a terrible mother at times who tell her children to lie to get their problems solved.
  4. A number of bad-to-mediocre episodes (see the Notable bad episodes from these seasons so far section).
  5. The mean-spirited vibes and negative tones that plagued several episodes of the first three seasons return here and they're somehow worse here than they were in the first three seasons.
  6. There are far too many Lincoln torture episodes (or jokes). Not only have they returned to prominence in these seasons, but this time, they've been cranked up to eleven because the show's writers think making a likable main character suffer for stupid reasons or no reason is funny when in reality, it's the exact opposite.
    • The most notable instance of this comes from "No Bus No Fuss", where a group of bullies' pummels Lincoln (and his friends) due to him sitting in their seat, which is located in the very back of the bus. What makes this feel so undeserved is that Lincoln wasn't even aware that the seat in question was claimed by the bullies, resulting in them coming off as rather petty and horrible.
  7. Like the Gene Deitch era of Tom and Jerry, some of the episodes are a huge waste of potential since, even though they do utilize a bunch of good ideas, whether it be a middle school setting (in various episodes, despite being a bit odd for this show), a Canadian setting (in Schooled), the college setting (in some episodes like Schooled) and even the preschool setting (in some episodes like Appetite for Destruction), for heaps of comedic gags while at the same time to show the viewers what is it like to be in these real life settings in a positive way, but unfortunately, those ideas are ruined by many stale or unfunny jokes that rely more on stereotypes and the negative tone, while the rest of the episodes rely more on the torture elements on various episodes like on Lincoln and even Rita and Lynn Sr.
  8. The Loud House, despite having stereotypes itself, had a unique charm that didn't come off as disrespectful and insulting. But since Season 5, it's done in even more one-dimensional and exaggerated ways and the portrayals of them can come off as stupid, cringeworthy, or downright disrespectful, and not only that, but it also makes the show look racist in terms of stereotyping cultures.
    • The worst offender is "Schooled!", where Canada is depicted as being a horrible country to live, in that is obsessed with ice hockey, log cabins, and is snowy with lots of mooses, all of which any Canadian would point out are no more commonplace than in the United States. These jokes are not done in a charming way like South Park (especially seasons 1-19), and instead come off as just annoying where they try to shove in a Canadian joke every 2 seconds. There is even one part where a character tells Lincoln to say he’s allergic to Canada, which is just an un-self-aware xenophobic line. The fact that Canada was portrayed negatively is also as bad as what happened in the Teen Titans Go! episode Hot Salad Water, where Robin became racist to the British people and culture by thinking that Tea is their favorite drink and a way to recolonize America!
    • And to make matters worse, Kyle Marshall is Canadian himself much to the irony of the show. Wouldn’t he know how to tell some good Canada jokes?
  9. Many of the newer episodes are very predictable, with morals that are so basic, half-baked, forced down the viewers' throat, and far-fetched it's not even funny, and some of the episodes don't need any morals, to begin with. Even when it's not them, it's usually how almost every episode plays its plotline, except it switches its formula around now and again.
    • Here is how this predictable kind of plot goes. Something is the main concept or plot point for the story on what happens today, the character gets a stupid idea or two that they have in mind, the character goes off to stick to their plan, all goes fine until bad things happen, sometimes they notice or don't notice and don't care, all hell breaks loose, the character is reprimanded, the character goes "It's all my fault!" and apologizes for the events, they end the episode with either the character setting things right or learning a lesson and all is happy. This was a formula used before in some episodes of the show, and while it was present, it was not used this much. Here, it feels like the writers began to run out of ideas entirely as the way this formula is used makes the episodes duller and more mundane to watch.
  10. Some of the jokes are not as good as the jokes that played in the first three seasons. Instead, they come off as annoying, stale, unfunny, painful to laugh at, and/or even offensive to some people.
  11. The animation in these seasons, while not terrible, is a pretty big downgrade from the first three seasons. It's especially surprising since the show is still animated by Jam Filled Entertainment. Here are some examples of poor animation:
    • The character animations can either look very limited, uncanny or fluid.
    • The lines of the characters are now headachingly too thin. While not a bad thing to change the art style a little, this here is not the case as it makes the animation look uncanny in some scenes.
    • The color palette is far too colorful and may give someone a headache.
    • In some scenes, viewers can also notice reused assets.
    • This is due to the show having a new creative director named Jessica Bourtski, making the animation software transition from Toon Boom Harmony to Adobe Flash Animate.
  12. The plots are a lot more nonsensical and stupid due to these seasons having a more cartoony feel compared to the previous seasons. The show always had some cartoonish elements in the first three seasons, but they weren’t there to advance the plot. "White Hare" from season 3 had the element where Lincoln is a rabbit named Warren and has 25 sisters, and the overall execution was done extremely well. The same cannot be said with "Schooled!" for several reasons. The same is with The Casagrandes, though thankfully not as much.
    • In addition, seasons 4, especially 5, and early season 6 have been having a lot of overly cartoonish elements in many episodes. This started to surface in season 3, but at least there, the show still had its slice-of-life roots. In the first two seasons, some episodes have cartoonish elements, but they were minor and didn't do anything to the plot. Seasons 4 and 6 had most episodes which have at least one cartoonish moment, and in season 5, such moments have become more commonplace and in more episodes. Some episodes that have them are the Miller family being spies, working for SUSPENSE, and their evil plan in "Family Bonding", ghosts existing in "Ghosted!", Flip's biological oddities in "Blinded by Science", Liam's wounded arm being so visibly deformed and Lucy using her ghost magic to cure Liam's arm in "Cow Pie Kid", Lisa making an invention to bring Dolly the Dinosaur in The Loud House universe in "School of Shock", Jazzy destroying a lot of Royal Woods in "Training Day", and Lisa making an invention to go inside and fighting the monsters in Lily's nightmare with Leni, Lynn, Lincoln, Lola, and Lily in "Dream a Lily Dream".
  13. Like SpongeBob's, these seasons' continuity is very inconsistent.
    • In "Schooled!", Lincoln's teacher is different as he was in Middle Men.
  14. These seasons rarely have good character development, as they learn their lesson in the end and apologize, only to revert to their old ways in the next episode, showing that the show does now keep a Status Quo because the Status Quo is God to Nickelodeon or something. However, Lincoln is a little bit more likable in season 5 whilst everyone else has either lost their way or forgot they even had character development at all. How awfully and vaguely familiar to this one...
  15. The show doesn't know how to handle its focus on the characters anymore (as of season 5):
    • There have been way too many Lincoln and the gang episodes in season 5 as opposed to there being some in the first four seasons, with the exceptions of "Silence of the Luans" and "Much Ado About Noshing".
    • Lincoln himself has been the focus of way too many episodes, though this is obviously excusable as he didn't have as much focus in season 4 and after all, he's the main protagonist of the show. The most notable Lincoln-centric episodes are: "Schooled!", "Family Bonding", "Kernel of Truth", "Ghosted!", "Blinded by Science", "Saved by the Spell", "Season's Cheatings", "A Flipmas Carol", "No Buss No Fuss", "Resident Upheaval", "Silence of the Luans", "Flying Solo", "Rumor Has It", "Training Day", "Grub Snub", "Much Ado About Noshing", Broadcast Blues", "Camped!", "How the Best Was Won", "Farm to Unstable", Diss the Cook", "For Sale by Loner", "Runaway McBride", "High Crimes", "Frame on You", "Present Danger", "Don't Escar-Go", "Flip This Flip", "Save Royal Woods!", "The Taunting Hour", "Musical Chairs", "All the Rage", "Scoop Snoop", "Dine and Bash", "Sofa, So Good", "Driver's Dread" (depending on your view), "Bummer Camp", "Sleepstakes", "Time Trap!, "Crashed Course", "Lights, Camera, Nuclear Reaction", "Save the Last Pants", "A Stella Performance", "The Orchid Grief", "Forks and Knives Out", "The Loud Cloud", "Great Lakes Freakout!", "Pop Pop the Question", "Snow Escape", "Snow News Day", "Day of the Dad" (depending on your view), "Small Blunder" (depending on your view), "Doom Service", "The Hurt Lockers", "Master of Delusion", "Tough Guise", "Road Trip: Bizarritorium", "Road Trip: Bringing Down the House", "Road Trip: Hide and Sneak", "Too Cool for School", "Fluff and Foiled", "Hunn-cut Gems", "Can't Lynn Em All", "'Twas the Fight Before Christmas", "A Dish Come True", "Beg, Borrow and Steele", "Riddle School", and "Love Me Tenor". This list also includes many episodes that don't directly focus on him.
    • While it is nice to see Lincoln having more episodes to himself, he has been getting so many episodes even to the point where sisters like Luan, Lucy, and Lily, have had only one episode, sisters not having one more episode, sisters not having more than two episodes, etc. The same is with Clyde.
      • This was also the case with season 1-3, but at least it was executed better there as the show was formerly more focused on Lincoln's point-of-view when it came to living with ten sisters.
    • While it is nice to see Lori go to college, however, she has been appearing less frequently even to the point where the sisters and other characters have been appearing more than her and having more major roles. There are also a lot of episodes where the whole Loud family appears without her as a result.
    • Depending on your view, Lisa and Lynn have gotten too many episodes as of season 5. Lisa's ones and appearances are: "Schooled!" (depending on your view), "Blinded by Science", "Season's Cheatings" (depending on your view), "A Flipmas Carol" (depending on your view), "Silence of the Luans" (depending on your view), "School of Shock", "The Loud House Mega Music Countdown" (depending on your view, if considering the stand-alone special a part of the show), "The Loud House Mega Music Countdown" (digital version, depending on your view, if you considering the stand-alone special a part of the show), "Diamonds Are for Never" (depending on your view), "Friday Night Fights", "Much Ado About Noshing" (depending on your view), "Dream a Lily Dream", "A Loud House Christmas: Behind the Scenes - Episode 4" (depending on your view, if considering the special an episode of the show), "The Loudly Bones", "Lincoln Loud's Holly Jolly Gift Guide" (depending on your view, if considering the stand-alone special an part of the show), "High Crimes" (depending on your view), "Appetite for Destruction", "Present Danger" (depending on your view)", "Flip This Flip" (depending on your view), "Save Royal Woods!" (depending on your view)", "The Taunting Hour" (depending on your view)", Eye Can't", "Dine and Bash" (depending on your view), "Sofa, So Good" (depending on your view), "The Last Laugh" (depending on your view), "Driver's Dread" (depending on your view), "Sleepstakes" (depending on your view), "Time Trap!", "Robot Reboot" (if considering the short as an episode in the show), "Right Where We Belong" (depending on your view, if considering the short as an episode in the show), "Right Where We Belong" (if also considering the short as an episode in the show), "Flippee Jingle" (depending on your view, if indeed considering the short as an episode in the show), "Crashed Course" (depending on your view), "Lights, Camera, Nuclear Reaction", "A Major Hiccup" (depending on your view), "Stroke of Luck" (depending on your view), "Space Jammed", "The Orchid Grief" (depending on your view), "The Loud Cloud", "Great Lakes Freakout!" (depending on your view), "The Really Loud House: Behind the Scenes - Episode 5" (depending on your view, if also considering the special an episode of the show), "The Really Loud House: Behind the Scenes - Episode 6" (depending on your view, if indeed considering the special an episode of the show), "Pop Pop the Question" (depending on your view), "Snow Escape" (depending on your view), "Snow News Day" (depending on your view), "Day of the Dad" (depending on your view), "Small Blunder", "Waking History", "Candy Crushed" (depending on your view), "Bye Bye Birthday" (depending on your view), "Road Trip: Bizarritorium" (depending on your view), "Road Trip: Bringing Down the House" (depending on your view), "Road: Trip: Mountain Hard Pass" (depending on your view), "Road Trip: From Brad to Worse" (depending on your view), "Road Trip: Doll Day Afternoon" (depending on your view), "Road Trip: Screen Queen" (depending on your view), "Road Trip: Hide and Sneak" (depending on your view), "Out of Step" (depending on your view), "Fluff and Foiled" (depending on your view), "Leave No Van Behind" (depending on your view), "Sponsor Tripped" (depending on your view), and "Sleepless in Royal Woods" (depending on your view). Lynn's ones are: "Schooled!", "Family Bonding" (depending on your view), "A Flipmas Carol" (depending on your view), "Cow Pie Kid", "Hurl, Interrupted", "Friday Night Fights" "Diss the Cook", "Save Royal Woods!" (depending on your view), "The Taunting Hour", "Cheer Pressure", "Lynn and Order", "Snow Escape", "Sponsor Tripped", and "Can't Lynn Them All"..
    • Although Lily has gone to preschool as of "Schooled!", she has yet to have her episode (or one involving her in preschool like making a friend or something else), to the point where all of the sisters and Lincoln himself have had their episodes. This is the same case with the first three seasons, of which whenever there is a Lily-themed episode, it is always someone else that is the main protagonist and not Lily. She only has had one episode solely focusing on her, which is "Any Given Sundae", though she eventually got another preschool episode (at the very end of season 5, despite the fact there were many opportunities beforehand that season the preschool could be showcased) called "Appetite for Destruction". She is also going to get a preschool episode at the very end of season 6, despite the fact there were many opportunities beforehand that season the preschool could be showcased) called "Small Blunder".
    • Ronnie Anne and her family (alongside Sid Chang and almost all of the secondary Casagrandes characters) have been completely absent since "Washed Up" and in seasons 5-onward without any mentions or cameos (except for Bobby and Sergio who were seen/mentioned in "Schooled!"). It doesn't help that Bobby has appeared in season 5 (he has appeared in "Schooled!", is mentioned in "The Boss Maybe", "Ghosted!", "Camped!" (on Lori's phone) and is mentioned in the then-upcoming "Diss the Cook" on Lori's Fairway University account on her computer, and appears in the upcoming "Crashed Course" alongside a lot of other Great Lakes City residents), and the main and secondary characters of the show have been making a lot of appearances in their spin-off series, though it is obviously admittedly excusable since they are the main characters in the spin-off series. Not to mention, there was a twenty-seven hiatus between "Washed Up" and "Don't You Fore-Get About Me" of Ronnie Anne, Bobby, Carlos, and Sergio's return to the show. They will return to the show for another season after Ronnie Anne's spin-off show The Casagrandes ends. After The Casagrandes was cancelled, almost all of the secondary characters in the series aside from the Casagrandes family have been completely absent.
    • Some new fan-favorite characters that could potentially be used more are introduced in one episode (i.e. Carol Pingrey from "Picture Perfect", Bratty kid from "Cereal Offender", Tabby, Giggles, Polly Pain from "Dance, Dance, Resolution", Unnamed Brunette Haired Woman from "Raw Deal", Maggie from "Funny Business", Hugh and Mrs. DiMartino from "Study Muffin", Rocky Spokes (Rusty's little brother) from "Back in Black", Amy, Morgan, and Diane from "Net Gains", Sasha, Superintendent Chen, and Amir from "The Write Stuff", Midred, Lacey St. Claire from "A Mutt Above", the Female Duck from "Love Birds", Colonel Austin from "Last Loud on Earth", Simon from "Purrfect Gig, Theo from "Singled Out", Emma and Chloe from "Brave the Last Dance", the Miller Family from "Family Bonding", Tabby Gobblesworth from "A Flipmas Carol", Taylor and Pablo from "No Bus No Fuss", Jazzy and Snazzy from "Training Day", etc.), only to make little-to-no appearances again. While this problem was present before the downhill (a lot of the episodes are in the same episodes), they could still bring these characters back to give them more story ideas again.
      1. On the subject of "L is for Love", the love interests of the siblings, with the exceptions of Sam and Benny, have been pretty much forgotten by season 4, which is disappointing because there have been a fair few episodes focusing on some of the siblings' events where the interests would have wanted to cheer on or support them. Leni, in particular, was said to be dating her interest in the season 3 episode "Really Loud Music", but he isn't seen or mentioned since then, and in season 5, she gets new crushes, first an unnamed boy with a cowlick in "Undercover Mom", then Scott in the movie.
    • Supporting-to-recurring characters besides Rita and Lynn Sr. and characters outside of the Loud Family besides Clyde get their own episodes like Ronnie Anne ("("A Flipmas Carol"), Stella ("Saved by the Spell" and "A Stella Peformance"), Zach ("Zach Attack" and "Tough Guise"), Mr. Grouse ("For Sale by Loner"), Harold ("Runaway McBride"), Leonard ("Bummer Camp"), Benny ("Puns and Buns"), Miguel ("Food Courting"), Rusty ("Save the Last Pants" and "Tough Guise"), Sergio ("Fowl Play)", Liam ("Hunn-cut Gems" and "There Will Be Mud"), get their episodes. While it is nice to see them get their episodes in seasons 5-onward, it can be insulting and tiresome for some fans since they want/wanted to see their favorite characters get one or three episodes.
    • While it is nice to see Lincoln, his friends, and all of the former elementary school students go to middle school in season 5, however, the elementary school and its staff (most notably Mrs. Johnson, Coach Pacowski, and Principal Huggins) have been appearing less frequently even to the point where the middle school and its staff have been appearing more than the elementary school and its staff and almost none of its non-main staff have been appearing except for Miss Allegra. Not helping by the fact that Cheryl still gets to make a handful of appearances in seasons 5-onward, though it is excusable due to the fact that her sister Meryl was introduced in "Schooled!", and the fact that the writers likely realized that they couldn't have show Cheryl as Principal Huggins' staff frequently anymore due to the then-elementary school students graduating elementary school off-screen and going to middle school in "Schooled!", so they could at least try and put Mrs. Johnson, Coach Pacowski, and Principal Huggins with lines in the non-elementary school episodes, or introduce siblings of them to have them appear more often. In fact, Mrs. Johnson and Coach Pacowski only have one appearance in season 5 without any lines, in "School of Shock" and "For Sale by Loner" respectively, thus wasting their characters and creating two missed opportunities. Not helping by the fact that there was a one-hundred nine gap from "Stall Monitor" to "Crown and Dirty" when Mrs. Johson had lines again.
    • There has been no Ace Savvy-centered episodes after "Kings of the Con" as well as seasons 5-onward, most likely due to the negative reception of "Kings of the Con" and/or the writers favored episodes about Lincoln's other interests like Muscle Fish, magic and magic shows, and David Steele. Not to mention, Ace Savvy and related stuff has rarely been seen and mentioned in seasons 5th-present, where many fans have speculated that Lincoln moved on from Ace Savvy and/or started liking David Steele more.
    • In season 5, almost all of the main characters got three (except for Luan, if not including "Undercover Mom" as one) centered episodes and two episodes directly focusing on themselves. While almost all of them did get three episodes focusing on themselves (as mentioned above), Lori, Leni, Luan, Lynn, Lana, Lily (as mentioned above), Clyde, Rita, and Lynn Sr. (due to him not getting any episodes focusing on himself from season 3's "Home of the Fave" to season 6's "A Bug's Strife") didn't get more than two episodes focusing on themselves in season 5, with the worst, biggest, and most notable being Luan and Clyde, who the former only got two (three if counting "Undercover Mom" as a Luan-centered episode in season 5) episodes in that season, thus making fans (like users from its Fandom wiki called The Loud House Wiki) really wanting her to get another episode focusing on her and centering around her, especially SnkLuanChalicefan86 (formerly known as Snkcole8630 at the time), who really wanted Luan to get another episode in season 5, got so worried about it, even to the point where she took a break from the wiki from October 2021 when she figured out that the then-unannounced 525B named "Runaway McBride" and later "High Crimes" would focus on Harold and eventually Lincoln instead of Luan as SnkLuanChalicefan86 had wanted it to be a Luan X Benny (LuBenny) really bad.
    • Depending on your view, Luan has gotten too many episodes in seasons 5-onward. Luan's episodes are: "Stressed for the Part", "The Taunting Hour" (depending on your view), "The Last Laugh", "Catastrophe" (depending on your view), "Puns and Buns", "Pranks Fore Nothing", "Road Trip: oll Day Afternoon", "An Inspector Falls", and "Dread of the Class"..
    • Lynn Loud Sr. doesn't have any episodes in seasons 4 and 5. Much like the Lily centered episodes in seasons 1-3, and whenever in seasons 4 and 5 ("Present Tense", "Recipe for Diaster", "Feast or Family", "Schooled!", "The Boss Maybe", "Family Bonding" (depending on your view), "Ghosted!" (depending on your view), "Undercover Mom (depending on your view), "Electshunned" (depending on your view), "Much Ado About Noshing", "Camped!", "Dad Reputation", "Animal House" (depending on your view), and "Appetite for Destruction") there is a Lynn Sr.-centered episode, it does focus on someone else besides him. However, Lynn Sr. would eventually get an episode in season 6 called "A Bug's Strife, thus there a one hundred twelve episodes and a three and a year gap between "Home of the Fave" and "A Bug's Strife" between him getting another episode.
    • Clyde began making less appearances in season 4, but eventually started to make more appearances and major roles as of season 5.
    • Similar and like Mr. Turner, Mr. Crocker Sparky, and Chloe Carmichael being severely overused as the creator's pets because of that show's creator Butch Hartman and the writers favoring almost them over most of the secondary characters and a lot of episodes being rehashed so the episodes could shoehorn them in major roles in The Fairly OddParents, these seasons have overused Flip, Scoots, and Mr. Grouse, becoming the creator's pet, especially in its fifth season onward. Most of the time, one or two of them are put into an episode as a brief gag for laughs as well as being used for multiple different purposes in the show too as well. In the fifth season, their appearances increased, and by the sixth season, they have been appearing in almost every episode, as well as ones not even directly focusing on themselves, where Scoots and Mr. Grouse were promoted from recurring characters to supporting characters. A similar case is with Cheryl and Meryl, though not as much as Flip, Scoots, and Mr. Grouse. Sound familiar and similar?
    • A few characters haven't appeared in season 7 (Benny Stein, Howard, Harold, Miguel, Fiona, and almost all of the characters from The Casagrandes) or haven't had any lines at all (Cheryl, etc).
    • The characterization can be rather lackluster at times, especially in episodes when there are not a lot of characters ("Strife of the Party", "Blinded by Science", "Cow Pie Kid", "Resident Upheaval", "Runaway McBride", "Stressed for the Part", "Double Trouble", "Flip This Flip", "Haunted House Call", "The Taunting Hour", "Musical Chairs", "A Bug's Strife", "All the Rage", "Scoop Snoop", "Eye Can't", "Dine and Bash", "Sofa, So Good", "The Last Laugh", "Driver's Dread", "Bummer Camp", "Eye Can't", "Puns and Buns", "The Loathe Boat", "Cheer Pressure", "Space Jammed", "The Orchid Grief", "The Loud Cloud", "You Auto Know Better", "Love Stinks", "Walking History", "Candy Crushed", "Road Trip: Bringing Down the House", "Road Trip: Moutain Hard Pass", "Road Trip: From Brad to Worse", "Road Trip: Doll Day Afternoon", "Road Trip: Screen Queen", "Road Trip: Hide and Sneak", "Out of Step", "Fluff and Foiled", "Leave No Van Behind", "Party Fowl", and "Sleepless in Royal Woods".)
  16. Alongside many other shows like Teen Titans Go!, some episodes have rather misleading titles and some episodes have rather misleading plots. On top of that, some titles are really lame, especially "No Bus, No Fuss", "Fam Scam" and "Frame on You". The worst title is "Grub Snub", because not only does it sound stupid, but it references Grubhub, which is yet another attempt to be relevant.
  17. Speaking of jumping the shark, one way the show lost its charm was to stop making it have a slice-of-life feel and more of a fantasy genre in season 4 onwards. This is at its worst in the movie where it has dragons and magic in it. Even if the slice-of-life feel is present, it no longer stays consistent within the show anymore. Leaving the show to become a neutered and dumbed-down show that lost all of its mojos. Plus, the slapstick feel was at least normal in the first 3 seasons, but at this point, it has been amplified to no longer seem even a bit funny and fitting for a realistic show. One major example of unrealism were the infamous episode "Time Trapǃ" in which it involves the Louds time traveling.
  18. Like the Gene Deitch era of Tom and Jerry, Teen Titans Go!, Ren and Stimpy Adult Party Cartoon, seasons 6-9a of SpongeBob SquarePants, Herman and Katnip, and Popee the Performer, these seasons relies more on gratitious over-the-top violence instead of slapstick, but cranked up to 11 here.
  19. While it was a good idea to age up the characters and move them up a grade in season 5, it felt unnecessary to do and it removes the charm that the first four seasons had.
  20. Just like the 11th and 12th seasons of The Simpsons, these seasons rely more on over-the-top stories, with the previously mentioned Schooled! being the worst offender.
  21. Despite all of the changes since the fifth season the intro remains the same for the most part, which can cause some viewers confusion thinking its gonna be the previous fourth seasons.
  22. Much like Teen Titans Go!, their films are just as inconsistent:
    • The Loud House Movie, while it had some positives that kept it from being bad, had a lot of flaws that kept it from being good either.
    • A Loud House Christmas was made just to give the franchise the aforementioned live-action series that mainly nobody asked for.
  23. Overall, these seasons damaged the reputation of the show, and has caused some people to hate the show even though despite suffering from a case of seasonal rot, the show was good before said seasonal rot. This show is an example of some terrible Seasonal Rot within Nickelodeon's history. Along with that, despite the fanbase's claims and season 6's improvements, hardly any improvement has happened ever since "Schooledǃ" (until late-Season 6), and more terrible episodes have come along, which contributed to the downfall of the now toxic fanbase as well. But still, Nickelodeon uses this as their second cash cow besides SpongeBob SquarePants, as there is currently 7 seasons, two whole movies, a long special, and the live-action show. And it's safe to be said- it is unlikely the series will recover and it most likely won't be as good as it was ever again, not even a reboot from a decade after its cancellation can repair the damage. At least SpongeBob is lucky to recover for the most part since Stephen Hillenburg was still involved on the show, even during its seasonal rot in seasons 6-9a, that is until he died, leading to the newer seasons still being somewhat of a downgrade, though the show still remains good for the most part, but sadly Chris Savino isn't around for this show due to the sexual harassment accusations, and most SpongeBob fans should be thankful that as SpongeBob has got out from its seasonal rot. It’s like the South Park (Season 20 onwards), Family Guy (post Season 8) or seasons 4-6 of Johnny Test in that matter, except that at least for Family Guy, Seth MacFarlane had a good reason for why the show went downhill and it was out of his control, and the latter had improved in its 2021 reboot. Plus, most of the problems these seasons have been so bad that many fans decided to stop watching the show altogether and the viewership has been decreasing a lot. When the show premiered, the first episode received 2.07 million views upon its broadcast, "Antiqued Off" from season 3 had 1.22 million viewers, and the season 6 episode, "Time Trap" had 310,000 viewers upon premiere, showing how less and less people are willing to watch the show. It even disrespects its audience and cannot handle any criticism at all as shown with The Taunting Hour. The Big City Greens episode Boss Life, keep in mind, taught its moral on how to handle criticism way better than how The Loud House would.

Redeeming Qualities That Can Still Show Our Love

  1. The show used to be good in its first 3 seasons.
  2. There are still several decent, good, or great episodes from these seasons such as:
    • "Friended! with the Casagrandes" (Which started season 4 and these seasons on a high note)
    • "Power Play with the Casagrandes"
    • "Store Wars with the Casagrandes"
    • "Room for Improvement with the Casagrandes"
    • "Face the Music with the Casagrandes"
    • "Lucha Fever with the Casagrandes" (which ended the Casagrandes miniseries on a okay note)
    • "Washed Up"
    • "Recipe for Disaster"
    • "Any Given Sundae"
    • "A Mutt Above"
    • "Leader of the Rack"
    • "Tails of Woe"
    • "Last Loud on Earth"
    • "Good Sports" (Arguably the best episode from these seasons)
    • "Geriantics"
    • "Exchange of Heart"
    • "Community Disservice"
    • "Game Off"
    • "Write and Wrong"
    • "Purrfect Gig"
    • "Singled Out"
    • "Brave the Last Dance"
    • "A Star is Scorned"
    • "Senior Moment"
    • "Wheel and Deal"
    • "A Dark and Story Night"
    • "How Double Dare You!"
    • "The Boss Maybe" (Despite being a rehash)
    • "Kernel of Truth"
    • "Blinded by Science"
    • "Band Together"
    • "Cow Pie Kid"
    • "Season's Cheatings"
    • "A Flipmas Carol"
    • "Resident Upheaval"
    • "Silence of the Luans"
    • "Wet, Lather and Scrub"
    • "Undercover Mom"
    • "Zach Attack"
    • "Hurl, Interrupted"
    • "Rumor Has It"
    • "Training Day"
    • "Director's Rut"
    • "Friday Night Fights"
    • "She's All Bat"
    • "Camped!"
    • "Dad Reputation"
    • "Dream a Lily Dream"
    • "Animal House"
    • "Lori Days"
    • "In the Mick of Time"
    • "Farm to Unstable"
    • "Fam Scam"
    • "For Sale by Loner"
    • "Fright Bite"
    • "The Loudly Bones"
    • "Runaway McBride"
    • "High Crimes" (An alright way to end season 5 and Lincoln's last episode in being 11 in terms of broadcast order)
    • "Present Danger" (Which ended and started Asher's Bishop's role as Lincoln season 6 on a decent note in terms of airing order and production order respectively, and started Lincoln's first appearance in being 12)
    • "Stressed for the Part"
    • "Flip This Flip" (Which ended Asher Bishop's role as Lincoln on a high note in production order)
    • "Haunted House Call"
    • "Save Royal Woods!" (Which started Bentley Griffin's role as Lincoln on an amazing note in production order)
    • "A Bug's Strife"
    • "Scoop Snoop"
    • "The Last Laugh"
    • "Driver's Dread"
    • "Sleepstakes"
    • "Cat-astrophe"
    • "Puns and Buns"
    • "Food Courting"
    • "Lights, Camera, Nuclear Reaction"
    • "Save the Last Pants"
    • "A Stella Performance" (Which ended Jahzir Bruno's voice role as Clyde on a high note)
    • "Hiccups and Downs"
    • "The Loathe Boat"
    • "Cheer Pressure"
    • "Stroke of Luck"
    • "Crown and Dirty"
    • "The Orchid Grief" (Which started Jaeden White's role as Clyde on a high note)
    • "Forks and Knives Out"
    • "You Auto Know Better" (The highest-rated episode of season 6)
    • "Pop Pop The Question"
    • "Lynn and Order"
    • "Snow Escape"
    • "Snow News Day" (An alright way to end the episodes in 2022.)
    • "Day of the Dad"
    • "Fashion No Show"
    • "Love Stinks" (A good way to end season 6)
    • "Pranks For Nothing"
    • "Child's Play"
    • "Candy Crushed"
    • "Master of Delusion" (A great way to end Lucy's last episode in being 8 in terms of production order)
    • "Bye Bye Birthday" (Which started Lucy's first appearance in being 9 on a great note in terms of production order)
    • "Tough Guise"
    • The Entire "Road Trip" Arc. ("Bizarritorium", "Bringing Down the House", "Mountain Hard Pass", "From Brad to Worse", "Doll Day Afternoon", "Screen Queen" and "Hide and Sneak")
    • "Out of Step"
    • "Too Cool for School"
    • "Music to My Fears"
    • "Fluff and Foiled"
    • "Leave No Van Behind"
    • "Sponsor Tripped"
    • "Sleepless in Royal Woods" (A great way to end Lucy's last episode in being 8 in terms of airing order)
    • "'Twas the Fight Before Christmas" (A great way to end the episodes in 2023.)
  3. In addition, the shorts are still good, such as
    • "Wet, Lather and Scrub"
    • "Muscle Fish"
    • "King of the Chair"
    • "Robot Reboot"
    • "Super Switcheroo-nivsere"
    • "Right Where We Belong"
    • "Flippee Jingle"
  4. The relationship between Lincoln and Lori is still cute.
  5. Most of the characters are still likable like:
    1. Lincoln (A bit as of season 5 and fully as of season 6 depending on your view, but it's not enough to fully go back to his original personality as mentioned above)
      • Even he (Despite becoming more selfish in seasons 4 and 5) has done plenty of selfless acts like telling the class all of the good things Mr. Bolhofner has done at the end of "Rumor Has It" and depending on your view, he went back to his original personality as of season 6.
    2. Lori
    3. Leni (Before season 5)
    4. Luna (Despite being a background character)
    5. Luan
    6. Lucy (Despite her Flanderization in seasons 4 and 5 as mentioned above and improved a lot as of season 6)
    7. Lana
    8. Lola
    9. Lisa
    10. Lily
    11. Clyde (Despite his slight Flanderization by season 5 as mentioned above)
    12. Rita
    13. Lynn Sr.
    14. Liam
    15. Zach
    16. Stella
    17. Flip
    18. Scoots
    19. Mr. Grouse
    20. Pop-Pop
    21. Myrtle
    22. Bernie
    23. Seymour
    24. Bobby
    25. Maria
    26. Rosa
    27. Hector
    28. Frida
    29. Carlos
    30. Carlota
    31. CJ
    32. Carl
    33. Carlitos
    34. Sid Chang
    35. Mrs. Johnson (Despite barely appearing in the show as of season 5)
    36. Coach Pacowski (Despite also barely appearing in the show as of season 5)
    37. Principal Huggins (Despite not appearing a lot in the show as of season 5)
    38. Cheryl
    39. Meryl
    40. Tyler
    41. Howard
    42. Harold
    43. Fiona
    44. Miguel
    45. Sam
    46. Sully
    47. Mazzy
    48. Chunk
    49. Benny
    50. Mrs. Bernardo
    51. Margo
    52. Paula
    53. Maddie
    54. Kotaro
    55. Grant
    56. Rodney
    57. Hakiu
    58. Boris
    59. Dante
    60. Morpheus
    61. Persephone
    62. Betrand
    63. Charles
    64. Cliff
    65. Geo
    66. Walt
    67. Cleopawtra
    68. Nepurrtiti
    69. Nacho
    70. Mayor Davis
    71. Vic
    72. Mrs. Salter
    73. Coach Keck
    74. Chef Pat
    75. Principal Ramirez
    76. Mick Swagger
    77. Bun-Bun
    78. Principal Rivers
    79. Katherine Mulligan
    80. Patchy Drizzle
    81. Even some of the flanderized characters (such as Leni, Lynn Jr., Lincoln, Lucy, Lily, the Loud parents, Mr. Bolhofner, Clyde, Zach, Rusty, Liam, and Stella) occasionally retain their original personalities.
  6. Clyde also stopped his nosebleed on Lori.
  7. The animation, while restricted, is still decently well done, thanks to being produced by the same company that was also known for producing the final seasons of Thomas and Friends: Jam Filled Entertainment.
  8. Season 4 is currently the least bad of these seasons, as it still has some of the charms of the first three seasons and most of the characters (aside from Lincoln and Lucy) aren't as flanderized, though that isn't saying much due to the aforementioned flaws.
    • Speaking of which, Lynn Jr. massively improved in seasons 3 & 4 she was actually starting to get character development and started to treat her family and Lincoln more nicely. Sadly, she got flanderized since season 5.
    • In addition, the season was okay for its first few episodes, especially The Casagrandes miniseries. It wasn't until "A Grave Mistake" that the seasonal rot became noticeable.
    • To some extent, season 6 is a bit of an improvement over season 5, as it had more good episodes compared to that season, Lincoln and Lucy went back to their original personalities (though, the former depends on your view) and some other great aspects like Leni now being able to drive Vanzilla. Plus, the pacing is not as atrocious as in season 5. However, there are still numerous flaws in this season.
      • It's also worth mentioning that this season has far fewer rehashes than seasons 4 and 5, with only 8 episodes being rehashes.
      • The characterization has improved a bit, since some characters became a bit likable, while other characters reverted to their original personalities (most notably Lincoln (depending on your view) and Lucy).
      • They also brought back the Casagrandes after the spin-off ended.
      • Also, the second half is a noticeable improvement over the first half, especially since the writing has become a bit better.
    • Late-season 6 (after Leni got her driver's licence) and Season 7 is also a noticeable improvement over seasons 5 and 6, since the writing has become more polished, and most of (if not, all) the characters have recovered from flanderization. However, it still has some unrealistic elements scattered and some of the writing can be poor, which makes the season polarizing and debated if its considered good or bad.
  9. Depending on your point of view, season 5 had a unique and clever idea of the characters aging up one year despite the poor execution. Typically in cartoons, characters would never age up, regardless of how long it's been running.
    • In addition, it was also a good idea to have the characters move up a grade as opposed to cartoons where when they move up a grade, they would rarely age up a year.
  10. The title cards in season 5 have a new design with the three lower boxes being themed around the episode, which makes them more unique from each other.
  11. After "Silence of the Luans", Lily has finally stopped her dirty diaper running gag, as she finally got potty-trained. She is also now in preschool. She also speaks full sentences and also wears clothes now.
  12. While most of the jokes have become stale, some of the jokes are still good such as Lincoln angrily screaming in Vanzilla in Season's Cheatings and eventually he doesn't have the time, so, he just yells out the window, annoying Mr. Grouse.
  13. Lincoln has been getting more focus in season 5 as he didn't have a lot of focus in season 4.
  14. The voice acting is still great as usual, despite some of the voices still being hammy and high-pitched.
  15. Despite its downfall, everyone still feels bad for Lincoln and his family's rough relationship which is played with sympathy.

Notable Bad Episodes from These Seasons

Season 4 (2019-2020)

  1. "Pranks for the Memories with the Casagrandes"
  2. "Snoop's On"
  3. "Present Tense"
  4. "Can't Hardly Wait" (Which started Jessica Borutski's career on a creepy note)
  5. "Rocket Men"
  6. "A Grave Mistake" (Which started the decline of the whole series)
  7. "Stall Monitor"
  8. "A Pimple Plan"
  9. "Kings of the Con"
  10. "Deep Cuts"
  11. "Sister Act"
  12. "House Flip" (A torture episode for the Loud siblings and to a lesser but worse extent, Flip)
  13. "Don't You Fore-Get About Me"
  14. "Tough Cookies"
  15. "On Thin Ice"
  16. "Feast or Family"
  17. "Sand Hassles"
  18. "Friends in Dry Places"
  19. "Coupe Dreams" (Which ended season 4 on a sour note)

Season 5 (2020-2022)

  1. "Schooled!" (which accelerated the downfall of the show, it's also considered one of the worst episodes of the whole show, and was also an abysmally terrible opening for season 5, making the show officially jump the shark)
  2. "Family Bonding"
  3. "Strife of the Party"
  4. "Ghosted!"
  5. "Saved By the Spell"
  6. "No Bus No Fuss"
  7. "School of Shock"
  8. "Electshunned"
  9. "Flying Solo"
  10. "The Loud House Mega Music Countdown"
  11. "The Loud House Mega Music Countdown" (Digital standalone version)
  12. "Diamonds Are For Never" (Depending on your view)
  13. "Grub Snub"
  14. "Diss The Cook"
  15. "Much Ado About Noshing"
  16. "Broadcast Blues"
  17. "How the Best Was Won"
  18. "Appetite for Destruction" (The lowest-rated episode of the series)
  19. "Frame on You" (a bad way to end season 5 in terms of production order)

Season 6 (2022-2023)

  1. "Don't Escar-go" (Which started season 6 on a bad note in broadcast order)
  2. "Double Trouble"
  3. "The Taunting Hour" (Which proves that the crew see criticism as a bad thing)
  4. "Musical Chairs" (Another Lincoln torture episode)
  5. "All the Rage"
  6. "Eye Can't"
  7. "Dine and Bash"
  8. "Sofa, So Good"
  9. "Doom Service" (A Loud Family torture episode)
  10. "Bummer Camp"
  11. "Prize Fighter"
  12. "Time Trap!"
  13. "Crashed Course"
  14. "Space Jammed"
  15. "The Loud Cloud"
  16. "Great Lakes Freakout!"
  17. "Small Blunder"
  18. "The Hurt Lockers"

Reception

While the first two seasons received mainly positive reviews, with the third and seventh season gaining mixed-to-positive reception, the fourth season to the sixth season has been met with mainly mixed-to-panned repection from critics, audiences, and even many Loud House fans alike.

Since the show continues to "jump the shark" with the overuse of cartoony elements, some decided to quit watching the show (such as YouTuber Yoshi Player, who reviewed the first four seasons of the show).

However, the fourth season onward has been received in a mainly mixed-to-positive way from The Loud House Wiki, the primary hangout of the fandom, though the fifth season was more polarizing, praised by the vehement portion of the fandom, while receiving mixed-to-panned reception from everyone else. Some on the wiki defended Season 4 and 6 to an extent, but still trashed Season 5.

These seasons were so hated, that a bunch of users completely invaded its IMDb page in late 2021, spamming 1-star reviews on both the show itself and almost every single episode from this era. At one point, the majority of episodes from season 5 were rated below the 4/10 mark until IMDb took as much action as they could by balancing out the score for each episode affected by the invasion by early 2022, though the episodes still remained below the 6/10 mark due to the "weighted average" metric. This would later change since Present Danger/Stressed for the Part from season 6 however, as that episode received a 6.5/10 and after those episodes, season 6 continued to have episodes with ratings that range from 6/10 to 7.8/10, with occasional episodes receiving below 6/10 and some episodes even receiving higher than 8/10, compararable to the episodes of the first 3 seasons.

In January 2022, the aforementioned Yoshi Player apologized on Twitter and YouTube for his over-the-top reactions to episodes from this era, specifically the episode Schooled!, and he felt like as he has created a hate-base for both himself and this era.

Trivia

  • Even though Lily wears clothes now and Lori is in college, the theme song remains unchanged, so it still shows Lori physically at home and Lily is still in her previous design. In The Loud House Movie, Lori is at home and Lily is in her previous design from the first 4 seasons. This is also the same with Season 4, and that is the season where the animation got changed and is now slightly thinner.
    • This is because the movie takes place between seasons 4 and 5.
  • As of Season 5 onward:
    1. The title cards have a new design with the three lower boxes being themed around the episode.
    2. Lori has moved out from Royal Woods to attend college. She is now visiting home once in a while while retired from being the oldest in the house.
    3. Leni is now the new oldest in the house since her ex-roommate Lori is moving out to attend college. She is also now in 12th grade. She later successfully got her driver's license and is now to drive Vanzilla completely after she passed her driving test as of season 6 episode "Driver's Dread".
    4. Luna is now in eleventh grade.
    5. Luan is now in tenth grade.
    6. Lynn is now in eighth grade
    7. Lincoln is now in middle school and has special talents from his magic shows and the Action News.
    8. Lucy is now in fourth grade.
    9. Lana and Lola are now in second grade. They would later become 7 years old as of "Strife of the Party".
    10. Lisa is now in first grade.
    11. Lily is now potty-trained and is now in preschool. She also now speaks full sentences and no longer wears diapers. It also ends her dirty diaper running gags.
    12. Clyde, Zach, Rusty, Stella, and Liam are now in middle school too, but in a different class from Lincoln Principal Ramirez doesn't work out for him to assign him to Mrs. Salter's class with his friends and there's no room left.
  • The show stands as the forth longest running nicktoon next to SpongeBob SquarePants, The Fairly OddParents, and Rugrats.
  • Starting in Season 5 as the change for the Loud characters' roles:
    1. Lincoln is always the main protagonist.
    2. Clyde is still the deuteragonist.
    3. Stella quickly became the tritagonist.
    4. Zach, Rusty, and Liam are now on of the main characters.
  • Like the first three seasons, the titles of episodes are mostly puns on lines that relate to the episode.
  • Once this page was no longer a sandbox, this page caused conspiracy from people from the fanbase, as they wanted it to be deleted to give it a chance because they didn't know when the season would improve or not. At one point, this page was deleted, speculated because of major backlash from several members of the fanbase. That time, they celebrated this page's deletion (though it was later re-added here much to more conspiracy again). The actual reason for the page's deletion is because "This page doesn't include a single source nor any mention of the reception, which obliterates any credibility this page has."
  • This series has a movie named The Loud House Movie for Netflix, and it was released on August 20, 2021, and mostly received mixed-to-positive reviews from critics. Although many people, including fans of this show, consider it to be an improvement over Seasons 4 and 5, most likely since the movie was made before the fifth season, though released during that season. Plus, there is also another TV movie called A Loud House Christmas for Nickelodeon and Paramount+. It was released on November 26, 2021, and received a bunch of negative reviews from critics and some fans of the series. On the other hand, it received positive reviews from fans of the series.
  • Season 5 is the season to play the standard title card music (named Pop Punk) the least, as it has only played five times in the season, in the episodes "No Buss No Fuss", "Much Ado About Noshing", "Animal House", "Lori Days" and "For Sale by Loner".
  • While most people thought that aging up the characters and moving up the grade was a good idea, it has made some fans not want it to happen. One such infamous example is Jake Stone, who made a petition to stop the characters from aging up a year and he later changed it.
  • Jahzir Bruno (who played live-action Clyde McBride in A Loud House Christmas) is confirmed to be Clyde McBride's new voice actor for Season 6 after Andre Robinson's voice deepens and hits puberty.
  • Some people have believed that Lincoln is unlucky, although he is not unlucky because he's just a butt-monkey and an accident-prone which the writers made a copy from SpongeBob SquarePants and Gumball Watterson. It has been mistaken for an unlucky character because of the episode "No Such Luck", Lincoln said he doesn't have bad luck at all.
  • Seasons 3 and 4 are the only seasons to receive an actual poster. Seasons 1, 2 and 5-present haven't received one. As a result, the page used fan made posters for seasons 5 onwards.
  • This is the second largest page on this wiki.

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