You probably saw I put quotation marks around apologizes. I mean, it's harmless as it is, Chandler is a pretty decent antagonist and the endingis really sweet. The episode ends with Lincoln deciding to go to a camp for the vacation and he has to be a slave for his sisters. Being the only boy in my family with 3 sisters, I can sort of relate to Lincoln. This is the only episode so far in my mega review I actually didn't go rewatch, and it's going to stay that way for good measure. Lincoln and Lana are caught but Lana convinces them to not dissect the frogs.
In fact, that's the best way to describe this episode: nothing. Lynner Takes All was the only time they tried to give Lynn more of an identity and not just an athlete. I love The Loud House, but let's face it; even this show can have it's fair share of episodes that are not as good as many of the other episodes this show made. Personally while the two biggest problems for alot of people are the gender stereotypes and thowing out continuity for the sake of the story, for me, I think my biggest issue is the runtime. Lincoln is able to get out of his sisters' activities and gets to stay home, but the Loud family soon bans him from all of their activities including going to the movies.
While I was okay with the sisters thinking of her as bad luck except Lily , making the parents hate Lincoln was messed up. Pratically nobody is side-able and the ending deems the episode completely pointless. For me, it has a similar problem that The Waiting Game had; you know everything that's going to happen just from the title alone. The sisters are saldy no better. However, comparing the episode with For Bros About to Rock which was the first Luna episode , she didn't give me any reason to like her character.
That's why The Waiting Game feels indeed like a game of waiting. . The last minute just shows the Louds getting embarrassed at their activities with, of course, Lincoln getting the most embarrassment. It takes a very tired story and does absolutely nothing with it. Jul 24, 2017 31 Garage Banned Jul 24, 2017 32 Job Insecurity Jul 25, 2017 33 Change of Heart Jul 26, 2017 34 Health Kicked Jul 27, 2017 35 Lynn-er Takes All Jul 28, 2017 36 Future Tense Sep 18, 2017 37 Yes Man Sep 19, 2017 38 Friend or Faux? At least the sisters worked in groups to do favors for Lincoln, but poor Lincoln has to do it all by himself.
Lynn's team loses and she automatically assumes it's Lincoln's fault and she says he's bad luck just because of one game. At the end Pop Pop wants to say bye to all of them, so they frantically dress into a different Loud to say bye. I thought it was really boring and bland. This episode just shows how bad the parents are and one thing that doesn't make sense is why didn't the Louds just be themselves instead of dressing into another Loud at the end because they're all there. But even at that, I feel like alot of the things that happen in here, even with the twist ending, tend to make no sense.
They then kick him out of the house and sell his furniture. Aside from Lynn's potrayal, Luna's national anthem and that glorious but wasted Peanuts refrence, everything about this episode was so insulting and so demeaning that it angers me. Their selfish, jerkish, hypocritical, minipulative, wasteful and idiotic actions are why this is one of the hardest episodes to sit trough. They hide the frogs in the house and the Principal comes and searches the students' houses to see if they stole the frogs. Lincoln doesn't want to go to his sisters' events but Lynn makes him go to her softball game. I know that sounds crazy, but I think the episode wants to state that Lincoln being a boy helps give balance to the family and if he was the same gender as the others, they wouldn't listen because they're all the same. But for how this episode went out.
Of course, I really loved the R63 concept with how they designed the genderbents of the Louds. The only thing that really saves the episode from being bad was that at least the sisters actually got a brain at the end, felt guilty for their actions and redeemed themselves. Before I post my favorite episodes of The Loud House, I thought I would get the bad out of the way. In short, Butterfly Effect is still an alright episode, but you can tell the Butterfly Effect itself can flutter a bit too far at times. The Louds try to do something about it by playing a different game that Lynn doesn't know how to play.
I get where they're going with the story in this episode, plus I did like the flash-backs with the older sisters with the bike, but the problem is that episode's plot is non-existent. Then the ending would be a bit more tolerable than Lincoln having to lie and take the laughter and teasing, only to then be falsely accused for blocking the toilet and missing his convention. And the Number One worst episode of Season 1 Or probably the entire show for now of The Loud House is. She is such a jerk to her whole family and is the meanest to Lincoln. I understand that thos episode is supposed to subvert Loud House's down-to-earth tone by making it off the walls. Sure, you can argue with that for other episodes of the show, but here, they went a bit too far and it comes off as unfunny.