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|“||Some jobs require you to get your hands dirty.||„|
|~ Lana Loud|
Lana Loud is one of the seven tetartagonists of The Loud House.
Personality and Bio
Lana is the fourth youngest member of the Loud family. second oldest of the younger sisters, and eighth oldest, at 7 (6 prior to Season 5) years old. Her most notable traits are that she is Lola's twin sister, and her polar opposite in every way: While Lola is girly and prissy, Lana is a complete tomboy who loves anything dirty or messy, and is also quite fond of animals (especially "icky" ones like lizards and frogs). In addition, Lana is shown to be quite handy for her age, good at fixing things and eager to learn how to be better at it. Her most annoying habit is playing in the mud.
Lana appears to be at least somewhat religious, as the episode 'Fool's Paradise' at one point showed her saying prayers before going to bed, asking God to bless each and every one of her pets.
One of her heroic acts involved helping Lincoln in the episode "Along Came a Sister." She and Lola use jump rope to tie up the Exterminator who came to kill Frank the spider. Another example, also tying into her helping to save the life of an animal, was in the episode 'Frog Wild': Upon learning that Lincoln's science class is planning to kill and dissect dozens of frogs, she convinces him that this is wrong, and the two of them rescue the frogs. Yet another example of heroism relating to Lana's love of animals occurs in the episode 'Scales of Justice.'
That entire episode centers around Lana's efforts to save a family of fish she cares for from losing their pond home to a construction/ development project. In "Trick or Treachery", while Luna is singing the song You Got Tricked!, Lana and Lola combine to form a ghost rising from a corpse.
- Her mirror world counterpart, who appeared in One of the Boys, is named Leif. He shares the same mechanic skills she does, as befits their normal/mirror pairing, but his personality started more abrasive compared to hers. He lacks her shirt, is missing his canine teeth in contrast to Lana missing her front teeth, and his hat has a square hole.
- In Really Loud Music, her song's title is Toilet Jam. It plays in Db Major and has a vaudeville style, running at 160 to 180 beats per minute and lasting about 21 seconds. Here, she is described as the best person to get the number twos to go down.
- In the Pokémon series, there is a character with the same given name.
Friends and Family