I mean, you can stream the show live for fans around the world. Anyway, the issue is resolved with the kids deciding to temporarily cut the internet, and through a montage of them doing various activities with Dad, they slowly break their technology attachment as the cartoon comes to an end. So that's why he was upset with us. This is what I've been trying to tell you kids. Maximus: calmed down Can I see your parents? We go now to the replacement reporter who's viewing the carnage from above. Hank: I don't know who that is.
There's a rumor going around that 90% of the news given out is not true. Not an unreasonable assumption; the timelines add up then again, the 47 in my name is completely arbitrary. A montage shows the Loud kids showing Maximus around the house Lisa: Stay here, while we pee since we haven't gone bathroom since you got here. Papa Loud in the house! We're being watched by creeps!! What they do not know is that their mother plans to get together with their family. I Luan: They're still at work. Lincoln: How do you know my name? Maximus: Can I come in? I would usually rank this month's batch of episodes, but I was thinking about waiting for those last episodes of the season to come out before I rank them. I just wanted to hold it.
The kids are having a sibling meeting. Lynn Sr: Relax, they stopped fighting. Lincoln then goes into the park crashing through the park rangers office Lincoln: Sorry, about that Mr. I used it during our episode! She then calls 911 911 Operator: 911, what's your emergency? Louds Kids bawling : Mom, Dad, we don't want to do this movie anymore! No looking at devices, Dad. Also I can't imagine Lori of all people at the end being fine with not getting the Internet back.
The attempt fails, but their alternate plan is far more impactful than simply saving the toy. Lisa is stunned that he took the words out of her mouth. Maximus: Don't you have a bathroom to go to? That's grim, even for me. Just then, the doorbell is heard. But what if we could show Dad how much better it could make his life? Let me introduce you to my sisters. How could you post a picture from my. Loud Kids: kick the projector out the tray, destroying it, before they run away crying it cuts to their house Lincoln: Let me guess.
Grouse's window and sees him ordering socks online. Rita: Well, stop them before they start swearing. Anti-Social had a good message but there were many off-character moments and it made me feel guilty which is probably not what they intended. Besides, we don't even have the internet. Leni's trying to cut herself with a plastic knife Leni: Why doesn't this work?! They then sing and dance to the song while Lincoln wears a Fenton costume for Lily. Besides, what am I going to tell my sisters? When Lana hears about it, she convinces Lincoln that it is wrong, and the two embark on a frog rescue mission. Linka: You guys do look cute as girls.
I belong in the bell tower! I'm surprised Lily isn't upset. Lisa: Better not messing up with my algorithms. Maximus: We don't talk about that. We now go to our reporters on the ground to the story develop. You may as well have cut off my oxygen supply! Posts and comments, whether in jest or with malice, that contains racist, sexist, homophobic content, etc. Rita: My day was fine.
Lincoln then arrives Lincoln: There you are! Luna angrily : We get it!! Loud to the joys of technology and it ends up going to his head. Luna's reading one of Rita's erotic novels Luna: This is sooooo. The video begins Lincoln: Hey, isn't that what happened last night?!?! Lisa: Well, lets just hope it wasn't to poison us or something. You can start putting these up on Oak Street. We shouldn't being fighting about that. Lucy: It's not that, or that, or that.
I can't handle the preachiness. Naturally, they are not happy. Little do they know, their mother has a secret motive. There's also the issue that the kids are made to feel guilty for ignoring their dad early on but he's not made to feel guilty for the same thing not to mention all the things they showed him were things that would improve his life. Hangs up Okay, I record this. You keep it occupied while I go find a stabilizer.
Other than that, this is still a good cartoon built on genuine cuteness and proof of how more considerate and loving the Loud kids have become. Luan: It doesn't matter who's wrong or right. Rita: He's a friend of mine. Discussing politics and religion is not allowed unless directly related to the show. One day, I will become a chef myself.