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|~ Lori L. Loud.|
|“||How dare you bully our brother! Only we get to do that.||„|
|~ Lori L. Loud.|
|“||There's only one rule in this house: Stay out of my bedroom! If I catch you in here again, I will literally turn you into a human pretzel!||„|
|~ Lori threatening her brother Lincoln for accidentally entering her room while playing a VR game.|
|“||Clyde! I was just on my way to see you. There's something I really wanted to tell you. First, I wanted to apologize for never appreciating how kind and thoughtful you are. And second, I wanna thank you for making me feel so good about myself all these years. You're a special guy, Clyde, and literally anyone would be lucky to be your crush.||„|
|~ Lori's redeemed in Change of Heart and decides to become a better sister.|
Lori L. Loud is the deuteragonist in the The Loud House franchise. She is also a supporting character in The Casagrandes and one of the deuteragonists in the 2021 Netflix/Nickelodeon film The Loud House Movie. She is the oldest of the titular family and the former oldest sibling of the house, before the fifth season which she eventually moved out to college at Fairway University and visiting home on weekends (previously once in a while).
Lori is a 17-year-old girl who loves shopping, talking on her phone, occasionally bullying and yelling at her younger siblings, mainly Lincoln Loud (even though Lincoln wants his own privacy) though she mostly cares about him despite she didn't admit it that she loves him, and in the all times, in reality, she reveals herself to Lincoln (like Leni and Luna) in episodes "The Waiting Game" and "A Fair to Remember" and in the second season onward, Lincoln's favorite older sisters, Lori is his third lovely older sister and she continually truly loves her own brother actually during the series. In reality, despite Lori really loves Lincoln, is him that continually denies her, although Lori feels shame and guilt for her brother that she showing a heart of gold of Lincoln since her past of occasionally bullying him and other sisters is over.
She is very bossy not just to her siblings but also her boyfriend Bobby and Clyde. In all times she really loves her siblings and Bobby.
Her former roommate is her sister Leni Loud, who is to Lori what Laural is to Hardy, what Castello is to Abbott, and what Ernie is to Bert.
She likes to keep her shoes under her bed for unknown reasons. She doesn't like the others touching her possessions, especially her cell phone, which seems to be her most valuable object. The reason for this is that she doesn't want to waste her phone memory for messages other than the ones from Bobby. She's also very territorial as she loudly yells at anyone who goes into to her room without permission before kicking them out.
In some occasions, she acts without thinking, and commits malicious actions against the others for her own selfish benefits, like in "Driving Miss Hazy", but since her love for her family always comes before any petty problem, she has a caring heart underneath a rough exterior, and she will always try to fix her mistakes. Deep down, Lori is insecure and is usually frustrated with the responsibilities and burdens of having to take care of her nine wild sisters and only brother. It is also shown that while she gets annoyed and easily agitated by a lot of people, she feels lonely without the people she loves and cares about (such as Bobby and her family) and her worst fear is in fact, losing them forever.
Following Bobby having moved to Great Lakes City in "The Loudest Mission: Relative Chaos" during The Loud House's second season, several of Lori's spotlight episodes in the third and fourth seasons centered around her preparing to graduate high school and go to college. "Driving Ambition" has Lori obtaining a scholarship at Fairway University, a golfing college just five miles outside of Great Lakes City which she'll be close to Bobby again, and she takes a tour of the college in "Don't You Fore-get About Me". In the meantime, she gets a job as the assistant manager for her dad's restaurant in "Can't Hardly Wait" and also tries working as a ride-share driver to save up money to buy her own car for college in "Coupe Dreams", eventually buying an old car from Mr. Grouse. In "Senior Moment", she, along with her friends Carol and Roger, does several activities for the last year of high school.
In the fifth-season premiere, "Schooled!", she moved out to start her freshman year of college at Fairway University and retired from being in charge, but initially having trouble fitting in and then ultimately deciding that she can make things work out. Since then, she has appeared less frequently on the show and visiting home once in a while, such as for Lana and Lola's birthday party in "Strife of the Party" and Christmas in "Season's Cheatings". She also has episodes focusing on her at Fairway for the first time in "Ghosted!" which shows her without in the Loud House, due to her moving out to attend college and be close to Bobby again. Since in "Lori Days", she is now visiting home every weekend, due to her been away from the Loud House for so long and missing out on everything with her younger siblings.
Lori is tall, with her hair cut to the top of her shoulders. She wears blue eyeshadow, a blue tank top, brown shorts, and blue shoes.
Lori is like your common firstborn daughter, being bossy, stubborn, and easily annoyed by her younger siblings. She happens to be in love with a young man named Bobby, so much, that she talks with him on her smartphone. As the oldest sibling, she is supposed to act responsibly and mature, but sometimes she doesn't act like it, because she behaves like her youngest sisters (which most likely woman-child) such as in Left in the Dark who she's afraid to go down into the dark basement. Despite this, she is calm, warm-hearted, and she speaks in almost monotone. She is prone to saying the word literally to express a point. However, she tends to use the word literally in an incorrect context. Lori and Leni also were roommates before Lori left for college in the fifth season.
She also got mad at Lincoln in the episode Save the Date, when Lincoln hurt Ronnie Anne's feelings and got her and Bobby broken up, so she forced him to apologize to her for the mean thing he said to make up to her. This does not mean that she and Lincoln do not love each other. However, she is shown to have a gold heart for Lincoln in the later episodes of Season 1 to Season 2 onward.
In Season 5, she eventaully moves out to attend college at Fairway University on weekdays and has retirement of being in charge of her siblings, but she can now coming home for visit on weekends (previously once in a while) and still loves them so much.
- Lori helped scare Hank and Hawk as the bullies make their way through town in Trick or Treachery, while Luna sings the song You Got Tricked
- She is usually very protective of her family and Bobby.
- Her mirror world counterpart, Loki, may actually be kinder and less of a speed demon when he drives (at least in Linka's reality), although he is shown as abrasive in his debut appearance. He and Leonardo (TMNT 2012) share their voice actor.
- Their outfits are similar, except Loki wears sneakers.
- She was the main antagonist in some episodes such as Get the Message, Driving Miss Hazy, No Guts No Glori, A Fair to Remember, and Party Down.
- She is similar to Squidward Tentacles from SpongeBob SquarePants who enjoys bullying and yelling at SpongeBob.
- Since in season 5, she is also similar to Olga Pataki from Hey Arnold! who has her life at college and visiting home once in a while.
- Her personality is very similar to Candace Flynn from Phineas and Ferb as well as Gloria Sato from Big City Greens and Bulma from the Dragon Ball franchise.
- Her Casagrandes counterpart is her boyfriend, Bobby Santiago.
- She moves out to college at Fairway University and is no longer roommates with Leni in Season 5. In addition to that, she has now appeared less frequently and is retired from being in charge. Leni is also now the deuteragonist of the fifth season and the new oldest in the house.
- It just happened to Bobby and Ronnie Anne who moved out to the city in "The Loudest Mission: Relative Chaos".
- In "Ghosted!", she has a first tournament of her college career to win and keep her scholarship.
- Lori has her new phone in "Season's Cheatings" while she visiting home for Christmas break.
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