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    Lynn Loud Jr. (seasons 3, 4 and 6-present)

    Lynn Loud Jr.
    "I finally figured out that if I acted tough, people would stop messing with me, and since it worked for me, I thought it could help protect you guys, too."
    Gender: Female
    Type: More Tolerable Athlete
    Chaotic Neutral Jock Turned Lawful Neutral Jock
    Age: 13-14
    Species: Human
    Portrayed by: Jessica DiCicco (animated)
    Annaka Fourneret (live-action)
    Status: Alive
    Media of origin: The Loud House
    First appearance: Left in the Dark


    Lynn Loud Jr. is one of the titular main characters of The Loud House. She is a 13-year-old girl (14 as of season 5), the fifth-oldest child in the Loud family, the youngest of Lincoln's older sisters, and occasionally acts as an anti-hero. She is voiced by Jessica DiCicco.

    While she was a bad character in the first two seasons (and season 5), she became much more tolerable and likable in seasons 3 and 4, and she redeemed herself in seasons 6 and 7.

    Why She Is a Redeemed Sports Sister

    1. She became a much more tolerable character and got some development in these seasons.
    2. She was at her absolute best in "Middle Men", as she helped her brother and Clyde get through middle school on their tour.
      • It was even revealed why she acts the way she is. Her first day in middle school was a nightmare. She ended up in troublesome situations that made her both the school's laughingstock and punching bag. She figured that if she acted tough, she would make it through middle school.
    3. She now accepts that winning isn't everything, as revealed in "Net Gains".
    4. In the episode "Hero Today, Gone Tomorrow", she apologized to Margo and admitted that she was jealous that she was getting the attention.
    5. Her relationship with Mr. Grouse in "Good Sports" is very touching and heartwarming.
    6. Despite being unlikable in seasons 1, 2, and 5, there are a handful of times where she can be very likable:
      • In the series premiere "Left in the Dark", she, along with the rest of her siblings (except Lucy) cheer Lincoln up after he feels depressed that he missed his favorite show.
      • In the episode "Cheer Pressure", she admits that cheerleading is hard and even became one herself.
      • In the episode "Diss the Cook", she helps Lincoln find out why they have been served bad food in the cafeteria. She even called Lincoln by his actual name.
      • In the episode "Hurl, Interrupted", she got the courage to tell her friends that she couldn't go on the ride due to her fear of puking.
    7. In the episode "Sitting Bull", despite being unlikable, she did at least get her sisters babysitting clients back.
    8. In the episode "Singled Out", she told her friend Dexter the truth and realized that she didn't need that that kind of romance isn't for her and still became good friends with the kid.
    9. She is tolerable starting in season 3 (except for season 5).

    Loser Qualities

    1. She was very unlikable the first two seasons and became unlikable again in season 5. Thankfully, she did redeem herself in season 6.
    2. Even in these seasons, she can be unlikable at times.
      • For instance, despite her being mostly likable in season 6, she was at her worst in the Taunting Hour, whereas she gets criticized by Scoots and blames Lincoln for no apparent reason.
    3. She's still one of the most hated Loud House characters aside from the antagonists like Chandler McCann and Mr. Bolhofner, even despite being likable in the seasons.

    Trivia

    • Her voice actor, Jessica DiCicco also provides the voice of Lucy and Zach.

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