I'd rather lick the bathroom floor than kiss you! When finds a quarter between the sofa cushions, his sisters fight with him to get their hands on it. Lincoln: Ronnie Anne has a brother? Back in the house, the Loud parents watch their kids celebrate their discovery outside. Classmate 3: Girls are intense, man. As Bobby puts Lori down, a waiter slips on the mints and crashes offscreen, sending a mask rolling away from where he crashed. But since his plan ended up causing so much damage around the house, forces him to clean it all up.
I'd rather lick the bathroom floor than kiss that weirdo. The classmates react in surprise while Lori and Bobby gleefully hug each other. Wait, how do you know? Lincoln: Yeah, and they turned out to be poison ivy! Cheesier than this Fromage Con Queso! Lincoln vehemently denies the idea of Ronnie Anne being his girlfriend and insults her. Please don't mess this up for me. Classmate 3: When's the wedding day, Lincoln? It eventually comes out, and it's a sloppy joe with a note on it. Lincoln pulls up a pedestal and tells Ronnie that he actually does like her, and then shows it by kissing her in plain sight of everyone, while Lori and Bobby happily reunite.
I know I'm not supposed to call you at home, but it's a Lori emergency. I hope no one else had the Chile Con Escargots!. Lori: Oh, Bobby Boo-Boo Bear! Sorry about the sloppy joe. Tears well up in her eyes and she runs for the entrance. I just convinced them she's not my girlfriend. I know how you feel.
Classmate 4: It's okay to be single. Fortunately for them, Pop Pop can't see well without his glasses. Please set an alarm and add The Loud House to your favorites, so we can remind you by email when there's a new episode available to watch. Upset that they haven't found anything yet, the sisters attack Lincoln to get the letter, believing it contains another clue that Lincoln left out. Ronnie Anne: Yeah, we weirdos clean up nice. Classmate 4: Isn't that Ronnie Anne? I'll just hang out here till those guys leave.
Which is why we're going on a double date! He said he could never date someone related to someone who hurt someone he's related to! As the kids begin to complain that their clue to finding the money is destroyed, Lincoln snaps some sense into his sisters by reminding them that if they keep on acting like this, they won't get any closer to finding the money. But when he arrives home from school, is furious with him because he made Ronnie Anne cry, and as a result, her older brother, , has broken up with Lori. Lincoln tells his sisters of the letter, but they don't appear to believe his claims of the hidden money. Loud decide to move Spring Cleaning Day to tomorrow. The first episode of The Loud House was broadcast in August, 2016. With help from Clyde, he attempts to escape without them seeing him. We have a reservation at Jean Juan's French-Mex Buffet at six! Loud tells the viewers that he is glad his kids are sharing the money, and how in their house, there isn't a lot to go around.
But I think I have something that'll cheer you up! You won't even know I'm here! Clyde: She thinks I'm cute?! Lincoln: Just, uh, dropped my fork. Save the Date: Bobby breaks up with Lori when Lincoln insults his little sister, Ronnie Anne, so Lori forces Lincoln go on a double date in hopes of patching things up. You gotta get me out of here! The parents are happy that their kids worked together. Lori and Bobby look happy to see each other, but their respective siblings don't. Back in the attic, Lincoln re-reads the letter and decides to follow a potential clue by looking in a mirror. At the end of the episode, Lincoln dances with Clyde when the latter brings the mariachi band to the lunchroom to cheer him up. Classmate 5: Your bros are here for you, bro.
Actions speak louder than words! Lincoln: Yeah, and how about all the selfies? Attempting to save face, Lincoln insists he is not, using the same harsh words as before, but again, Ronnie Anne hears him saying this and is heartbroken, and Bobby dumps Lori again. Lincoln: Okay, Clyde, less talking, more walking. I'd rather lick the bathroom floor than kiss that weirdo. Unfortunately, he is soon caught by his peers, who figure out that he is on a date with Ronnie Anne. It turns out they did believe it, and they begin searching the house to find it.
Lori: We need our check. I gotta get that check for Lori! Lincoln: I have to go on a double date at Jean Juan's French-Mex Buffet with Ronnie Anne. The main plot kicks off the next day, when all ten of them need Lincoln to cover for them while they skip out on Spring Cleaning. Just then, however, Lincoln's classmates who were teasing him at the beginning of the episode show up at the restaurant. It is revealed that Mr. Realizing that he's right, the sisters decide to bury the hatchet, and promise to work together from now on.
But she is then suddenly started by the appearance of a Mexican band. Sure enough, he finds a second letter in the reflection, which reveals another letter from Sharon DeMonet. Lopez, I'll call you back. I, I mean, family friends. I'll call her right now and apologize! Lincoln turns around and is shocked to see her. Bobby: Hey babe--I mean, Lori. And don't get me started on the kissing.
The only differences are, aside from the added money, Leni and Luan have switched places, as well as some of the characters having angrier expressions, and Luna's teeth not showing. Lori swelled up like a salted turkey! Lincoln offers to call Ronnie Anne on the phone and apologize, but Lori insists that he has to do it in person and in front of Bobby, so she has arranged for them to have a double date at Jean Juan's French-Mex Buffet. Lincoln brushes this off, thinking that Ronnie Anne will get over it quickly. Lily walks in to the hallway, having woken up from her nap, and they find an envelope taped to her diaper. Ronnie Anne, you're really cool, and funny, and I've had an awesome time hanging out with you tonight. I thought she was raised by trolls. Let's just get this over with.