The Loud House 2x28
The Loud House
The Loud House Things are crowded in the Loud household, with 11 children — 10 girls and one boy — causing craziness in the house. As the only boy, 11-year-old Lincoln is in the middle of all of the chaos.
Whether his sisters are giving him unwanted makeovers or he’s racing them to the couch to gain control of the TV,
Lincoln is often getting involved in antics with his siblings.
Lincoln’s best friend Clyde, who happens to be an only child, is jealous of Lincoln’s large family and is always willing to play his part in the schemes.
Clyde has a crush on Lori, Lincoln’s oldest sister and self-proclaimed boss,
who is dating Bobby, who holds many jobs — including lifeguard and mall security guard — even though he’s not very smart.
Yes, I like the later Dexter’s Laboratory and the Powerpuff Girls episodes from the 2000s. But that’s because I think Chris Savino is a great animator. Sure, he doesn’t beat Genndy Tartakovsky or Craig McCracken, but this is my kind of show, next to Harvey Beaks. Nickelodeon actually gave another good Nicktoon. While I haven’t seen much of the Legend of Korra, I can understand why people like it. I really love Harvey Beaks, because I love C. H.
Greenblatt’s work. I also admire Miraculous Tales of Ladybug and Cat Noir, because I think magical girls are cute. I like T.U.F.F. Puppy, because it’s another Butch Hartman cartoon that’s not the Fairly OddParents! And now, we have the Loud House. This is Chris Savino’s improvement over producing that lousy Kick Buttowski show. I really like the characters, the animation, and the premise. It feels like a 2000s cartoon I really like. The 2010s is mostly a bad decade for animation, much like the late 2000s. I am so glad Chris Savino finally has a show of his own for once.