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    Lincoln Loud (seasons 1-3, 6-present)

    Lincoln Loud
    "Man with the Plan!"
    Gender: Male
    Type: Egotistical Strategist with a Heart of Gold
    Age: 11-12
    Species: Human
    Portrayed by: Sean Ryan Fox (pilot)
    Grant Palmer (S1E1a-S1E22b)
    Collin "The CD" Dean (S1E23a-S3E18a)
    Tex Hammond (S3E18b-S4E21b (TLH) + S1E4b (TC))
    Asher Bishop (S3101-S3102 (TLH) + (S4E23a (TLH) + S1E04B-S2E13a (TC)-S6E3a (TLH)
    Wolfgang Schaeffer (ALHC and TRLH)
    Bentley Griffin ("The Loud House Super Sports Special"-"Back to School with Big Nate and The Loud House") + S3E10a-S319 (The Casagrandes) + S6E4-S7E13b (The Loud House)
    Sawyer Cole (S7E15b-present)
    Status: Alive
    Media of origin: The Loud House
    First appearance: Left in the Dark

    "As the middle child and the only boy, Lincoln is often used as a lab rat, or fashion show participant. On the plus side, he gets his own room. Even if it is a converted linen closet. To survive in this house, Lincoln always has to have a plan. With 10 sisters and 1 bathroom, he has to!"

    Nickelodeon's official description for Lincoln.

    "If I had to worry about my sisters every time I wanted to do something, I'd never do anything."

    "Along Came a Sister"

    "In my family, every day is a challenge. But you can be sure that when I need them, my sisters will always be there for me. All of them. And sure, life in the Loud House can be summed up in one word: chaos. But I love that chaos. And I wouldn't trade it for the world."

    "Project Loud House"

    Lincoln Albert Loud is an 11 (later 12-year-old boy as of "Present Danger") year old 5th grade elementary student at Royal Woods Elementary School (later 6th grade at Royal Woods Middle School), and the main protagonist of the long-running 2016-present Nickelodeon show The Loud House, its movies, and a recurring character in the 2019-2022 spin-off The Casagrandes, and its live-action recreation named The Really Loud House. He is a happy-go-lucky, Chaotic Good, and accident-prone boy who lives in a house with his ten sisters and two parents. With the help of his friends, he finds new ways to survive in such a large family every day.


    Lincoln is a good-hearted and well-meaning person, who is always looking for fun, and thinking about the well-being of others. As the family nerd, along with Lisa, Lincoln is an avid fancier of comic books, manga, video games, fantasy, and science fiction stories, which are typical interests for a boy his age. His favorite comics are Ace Savvy, David's Castle, and Comix Jokes. His favorite music band is SMOOCH.

    He is known to be "the man with a plan," as he is usually elaborating plans with a specific objective, most of them for his own benefit. His plans rarely succeed because of his own selfish and reckless decisions or by his sisters' interference. When he goes too far, he will always find the solution even if that means making himself look like a fool.

    Lincoln's best friends are Clyde, Liam, Rusty, Zach, Ronnie Anne, and Stella. He is the leader of this group and, similar to with his sisters, comes up with most of their plans. Lincoln also gets along with and sometimes hangs out with other kids, but the rest of his social life has not been fully explored, and other kids can tease him depending on the circumstance.

    He is a very individual person with limited experience of teamwork in contrast to his sisters who cooperate as roommates. He is also, however, shown to be a surprisingly skilled and influential leader over his sisters, including the older ones, as he often creates plans and strategies that they more often than not follow.

    Most of the time Lincoln is quiet and relaxed, but sometimes he gets upset when he is annoyed, or when something goes wrong. Also, he has proved to be very patient, especially with his sisters. His greatest fear is the family falling apart, along with being hated by his sisters.

    Why He's the Best Dang Brother Anywhere Around

    1. He is one of the most iconic cartoon characters ever, along with a certain blue tank engine, a certain blue hedgehog, and a certain yellow sponge.
    2. Unlike most other Nicktoons characters, he likes to break the fourth wall to talk to the viewers, but in a non-annoying way (unlike one of those weird kid shows Lola watches).
    3. He comes up with the most creative plans and operations, because after all, he calls himself the Man with the Plan...although, come to think of it, he should probably come up with shorter names for them.
    4. In spite of his main character complex (namely at the beginning of the show), he's usually very caring towards his sisters, and he wouldn't trade them for the world.
      • Despite having various relationships with his aforementioned sisters, he has his true preference with Lori, and his favorite sisters are Leni and Luna.
    5. He and Clyde have a great friendship together, and their friendship name is Clincoln McCloud. Yeah, but not every time.
    6. He and Ronnie Anne's friendship in later episodes of the show and The Casagrandes is really fun to watch.
    7. He may be a comic book and video game nerd, but he also likes cute stuff.
    8. He is a character with a whopping 10 sisters, which is a creative idea for kids, teens, adults, and (possibly) elders alike.
    9. He is nicely voice acted, except for his real life counterpart by Wolfgang Schaffer in A Loud House Christmas, which was the worst. However, he did improve his acting in The Really Loud House.
    10. He is hands-down the best kid of Royal Woods ever, but just for his sisters.
    11. As of season 5, he now attends Royal Woods Middle School with his older sibling Lynn, with whom he has a great on/off sibling rivalry.
    12. He has a lot of funny moments in the series.
    13. Despite having many issues, he fully returned to his original personality in season 6, and also redeemed himself in the live-action show.
      • He also became less of a main character complex as of season 6.
    14. "Lincoln Loud in the house!"

    "Dang It" Qualities

    1. He has received notable flanderization in seasons 4 and 5, becoming a bigger jerk and more of a punching bag, similar to Rigby and Eddy. However, he was slightly more likable in late-season 5, and he has fully returned back to his original personality in season 6.
      • He has received notable and frequently clumsy, accident-prone, and zany moments, like SpongeBob, and even before and after his flanderization, he can be jerkish at times, and also be treated like a horribly written butt-monkey sometimes in those seasons (especially in the first season), but that is due the producers and writers’ fault, as THEY treat him like this. When Lincoln's constant torture received so many complaints, the show were force to toned down…until this was taken back to seasons 4 and 5, like the producers and writers have learned nothing from seasons 1 and 2, just because they trying too hard to be like Chris Savino, who was already a huge jerk to Lincoln in those seasons.
    2. His scenes in his undies are cringeworthy. However, he thankfully stopped doing that in recent seasons.
    3. Despite his intelligence, he can be very gullible and quick to jump to conclusions (similar to Charlie Brown).
    4. Due to his trademark egotistical personality, he is usually the cause of most unpleasant fights from his sisters. For instance, in the infamous “The Sweet Spot," he deliberately snuck out of his room to get the first seat to Vanzilla, only to get caught by the rest of the angry Loud sisters, which resorts in a fight so loud it wakes up the entire neighborhood. The second one was much more worse as he and the Loud sisters race to the van to get the sweet spot which results in another infamous brawl inside the van, but this fight was so bad that it actually destroys the van.
      • Another infamous example is in “Brawl in the Family," where due to his own cockiness and impulsiveness, he starts lot of useless fights between his sisters.
    5. Wolfgang Schaeffer was terrible at portraying him in A Loud House Christmas. The same thing goes for majority of the cast who most of them do not sound a lot like (especially Dora Dolphin and Morgan McGill) or barely sound like the original cast. What's even somewhat worse for many, he reprises his role in the The Really Loud House and should have been replaced with a better actor. However, as mentioned above in WHSHL#9, he improved his acting in The Really Loud House.
    6. While he redeemed himself in season 6, he still has made a handful of bad mistakes:
      • Perhaps the most infamous case is in the infamous episode, “The Taunting Hour", where he teaches to ignore criticism, which is an awful moral to teach people.
      • He can occasionally retain his idiotic personality, such as in the episodes "!Time Trap!" and "All the Rage", and speaking of the latter episode, he, along with his friends, took advantage of Clyde's anger issues by figuring out what ticks him off to win dodgeball from the eighth grade bullies at the middle school, which is incredibly selfish for them to do so.
      • In the episode, "The Loud Cloud", after his family started to use the cloud, he and Lisa said 'Technology makes our lives better!". Dude, you know that can be false for most people, right?
    7. In season 4, while he is still the main protagonist of the show, however, unfortunately, he rarely gets any focus at all in the fourth season (though he did thankfully start to get more focus in the season 4 at the near-end of the fourth season in 2020, especially with the bad fact that Lincoln only has fifteen episodes out of the fifty episodes, and they are the following on this page, including the ones that you will see and read on this long page:



    • Like Patrick Star, Greg Heffley, and Gumball Watterson, he is shown to be inconsistently admirable.
    • Although it is unexplained why his hair is white instead of red, or blonde/yellow, or black, or blue, or even brown (light or dark), he is apparently born with poliosis, which means absence of color on one's hair.
    • He has seven voice actors in the series and both films, the first one being Sean Ryan Fox (in the pilot), Grant Palmer (in season 1's episodes "Left in the Dark - "A Fair to Remember"), Collin "The CD" Dean (in season 1's "One of the Boys" - "Homespun" and season 2 - onwards), Tex Hammond (Listen Out Loud Podcast Episode #7: Lincoln Loud and Clyde), Asher Bishop, Wolfgang Schaeffer in live-action appearances, and Bentley Griffin.
    • He is Tex Hammond's very first character he has voiced, in fact, The Loud House is the first cartoon is where he plays a character in the series.
    • In "Not a Loud", his birth story was revealed to be born in the limousine belonging to the President of the United States of America.
      • This may be the reason why his name is Lincoln, as it was the name of a city in Nebraska and that of a former U.S.A. president. Wait...we're not supposed to be sharing the latter with you! Just...forget we said that. Heh heh.
    • He's the only character to appear and have dialogue in every single episode of the first two seasons, due to him being the protagonist and all.
    • Unlike his sisters, Lincoln has more than four letters in his name.
    • He is loosely based on Ferris Bueller as both characters usually speak to the viewer, have a best friend who's name starts with C with a interesting dynamic with Fathers, (Clyde and Cameron respectively), have a love interest who's name ends with N and E Ronnie Anne and Sloane respectively), have a teenaged strict, bossy but kind hearted sister (Lori and Jeanie Respectively) and are both owned by Paramount Global.
    • As mentioned in WHR#17, he now attends Royal Woods Middle School as of season 5 (in "Schooled!") with his older sister Lynn. In addition, he is no longer the only sibling to sleep alone in the house and is no longer the only Loud sibling to have no roommate, since Lori left for college and Leni is no longer roommates with the former. He is also the fifth sibling to live in the house now. He would eventually turn 12 as of the season 6 premiere "Present Danger".
      • In that same episode, according to Gus, he shares the same birthday as the Fox Quintuplets.
    • 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 some other characters (namely Gumball Watterson and Coconut Fred). They were all clumsy and accident-prone characters. It has been mistaken for an unlucky character because of the episode, "No Such Luck", which he is not bad luck in the series.


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