Lola starts to manipulate her other siblings to do things for her. The stereotypes bother the most. Plus, Lincoln has no room of his own in this new reality, instead having to share one with Lars and Boy! The jokes are just toilet jokes and its cringy, feels like a Teen titans go episode. Synopsis: Lincoln Loud is an eleven-year-old boy who lives with ten sisters. However, it turns out to be a as Lola is smart enough not to put her secrets in a diary that anyone can easily access. Does this mean Chris Savino's trail was happening longer than we thought? She hides another one taped to the bottom of her trash bin.
It works and he has 10 brothers. Finally, she hides a third one attached to the cactus standing under her bedroom window, which Lincoln lands on after fleeing through the window. With the help of his right-hand man Clyde, Lincoln finds new ways to survive in such a large family every day. I also like how Lola's cleverness is portrayed here. Like with the notes in her room, and how she had a mic in the Tiara she threw down, that was clever.
Although, there is one thing i want to talk about that most people don't and that is the way the opposite gender characters look. I think they are poorly designed and unappealing and i know some people dedicate a whole profile pic based off the opposite gender characters but i do not like it at all. Lincoln wonders what it's like to have 10 brothers instead of 10 sisters. He gets along with his brothers so well cause they do things with Lincoln that he could never do with his sisters and Lincoln decides to stay with his brothers. She is left out of the group cause she's a tattletale and it gets her mad.
They tell each other that to get it off their chest and cause they can trust them. I feel like the first half of the episode wasn't the best since it's Lola torturing her siblings but i can't complain too much cause it does set the plot of the episode and her reactions were hilarious. It's to the point where, if the brothers happen to hear their sister screaming in the middle of the night, all ten of them run to her room to see if she's okay—they even offer to stay with her until she falls asleep. Things like breaking a disco ball, scratching the car, causing a huge blackout, and ruining Mom's wedding dress. The next day, Lola is in Lincoln's room and wants him to play butler with her. It's even lampshaded by Lincoln: Lincoln: I'm so glad my sisters are nothing like my brothers, Lynn comes back and pull down his pants except for Lynn. The latter really seems to have taken the cake, as he's the one who kickstarts the game towards the end.
Anyway, my opinion on A Tattler's Tale. It even provides the page-image for this trope. Loud in the other dimension wear a pink vest, due to being essentially a version of Mrs. Except I did like Luan's but that's about it. One of the Boys: Lincoln and Clyde search the fridge for something to eat and find peanut butter and one by one his sisters complain about his silly boy antics.
Lynn's status as this is lampshaded in how identical Boy! Leon, Lily's male-counterpart, also looks pretty much identical to Lily, but without the eyelashes. Grouse sarcastically asks him if he's going to one after seeing him wear one of Lola's pageant-tiaras but then genuinely wishes him good luck when he thinks that Lincoln actually is entering a beauty pageant. This episode was also a lot of fun, especially the second, and the ending was really good and it's funny how she tells her stuffed animals. We all know the Chris Savino allegations but this episode was made and aired before the allegations was announced. They steal Lincoln's clean shirts for themselves because they don't have any clean shirts of their own.
Loud in the dimension when Lincoln has ten brothers instead of ten sisters, where the boys dog pile on him every chance they get. How Lola took the blame for all they did because she realized she was she what doing was messed up. In all honesty, do i have to explain why this episode is so bad? Lynn, meaning that he has to put up with vampire bats and Lynn bullying him. After all, they won't be talking. And how they accepted her in their group was sweet. But i think the best part was near the end.
Gosh I hate one of the boys. Later, they gather together to find out how she knows all their secrets and how to stop her. Want us to stay here until you fall asleep, Linka? I do like the second half where Lincoln tries to expose Lola and when he gets a secret from Lindsay Sweetwater. They look to much like the regular louds. The lazy writing, the bad jokes, the boy stereotype, and that it's a Lincoln torture episode.