The Loud House (2016– )
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Left in the Dark/Get the Message 

Lincoln is about to watch his favorite TV show when the power goes out. When Lincoln accidentally leaves a critical voicemail on Lori's phone, he must delete it before she finds out.

Director:

Chris Savino

Writers:

Chris Savino (creator), Chris Savino (story) | 5 more credits »
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Cast

Episode credited cast:
Grant Palmer ... Lincoln Loud (voice)
Catherine Taber ... Lori / Terrifying Zombie (voice)
Liliana Mumy ... Leni (voice)
Nika Futterman ... Luna (voice)
Cristina Pucelli ... Luan (voice)
Jessica DiCicco ... Lynn Loud / Lucy Loud (voice)
Grey Griffin ... Lola / Lana / Lily (voice)
Caleel Harris ... Clyde (voice)
Lara Jill Miller ... Lisa (voice)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Brian Stepanek ... Dad / Hunter Spector / TV Announcer (voice)
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Lincoln is about to watch his favorite TV show when the power goes out. When Lincoln accidentally leaves a critical voicemail on Lori's phone, he must delete it before she finds out.

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TV-Y
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Release Date:

2 May 2016 (USA) See more »

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Quotes

Clyde: [as the kids are in the basement looking for the fuse box] Lincoln! Lincoln!
Lincoln Loud: It's a ghost and it knows my name!
[Lincoln and the sisters scream]
Lincoln Loud: I'll save you, sisters!
[runs towards where the voice is coming from]
Lincoln Loud: Yahhhh!
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Connections

Featured in MsMojo: Top 10 The Loud House Episodes (2018) See more »

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Vibe Link (b)
(uncredited)
Music by Richard Myhill
[Plays in "Get the Message"]
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We're off to a great start!
24 September 2017 | by tanitoonsSee all my reviews

An above average pilot episode that manages to introduce all of the Loud kids and their different personalities, giving us a good indicator on what's to come.

I particularly enjoyed the first half of the episode as Lincoln acted more mature and less selfish than he does in the second half and in most of the episodes following this one. Yes Lincoln's ultimate goal is to get the power back on so that he can watch his show, but he's still taking on the role as a protective and caring brother when his sisters needs him to. The ending is adorable and the lesson Lincoln wants us to take away from this episode is one of the best ones of the season.

The second half however, aren't nearly as good as the first one. Lincoln acts incredibly selfish and the "I have to delete my cruel voicemail before the person I sent it to hears it" plot is far from an original idea. Still, I appreciated that Lori's "I couldn't care less" attitude regarding the entire situation seemed to make fun of how ridiculous it was in the first place.

To summarize, we're off to a really good start!


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