Episode Information
S1E05B Waiting in line to the bathroom Better get used to standing in lines if you're gonna vote for Dairyland.
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"ARGGH! You For Real?" is the eighty-third episode of The Loud House.


Lincoln and Clyde find out that ARGGH! is coming to town, and decide to go to the taping.


The episode starts with Lincoln and Clyde watching ARGGH!



  • The title of this episode is a mashup of two things: the phrase "Are you for real?", and "ARGGH!", Lincoln's favorite show.
  • This is the second episode of Season 2 where Hunter Spector appears. The first is "Kick the Bucket List".
  • This is the first time that ARGGH! plays a big part/role in an episode.
  • This is the third piece of released Loud House media to have an exclamation point in the title, the first being the title for the pilot, "Bathroom Break!", and the second being the short "Deuces Wild!".  This is also the first episode to have a question mark in the title.
    • In addition, this is the first episode to have both a question mark, and an exclamation point in the title.
  • Becky, Teen Girl, and the African American teen from "Party Down" make cameos.
  • Harold states that Dr. Lopez is on vacation, and says she and her husband really need it, implying that she is having marital issues.
  • This episode marks the first time Howard is referred to by his full first name, as opposed to just "Howie".
S2E17A Pennsylvania to Michigan

The location finally revealed.

  • A map reveals that Royal Woods is located south of Saginaw Bay in Michigan.
  • This is the fourth time that only one sister appeared in an episode.
    • And the first time it was not Lori.
  • This is the first time Carlos PenaVega voices a minor character, but doesn't voice Bobby.
  • This episode reveals that Lola watches a show on TV called Plastic Surgeries Gone Wrong.
  • This is the second episode to show Clyde's fear of heights. This was first shown in the Season 1 episode "Dance, Dance Resolution".
  • Irony: At the end, Clyde was convinced that ghosts were real because of fake effects, but Lincoln and Hunter Spector were convinced that ghosts were real because of a real ghost.
  • Moral: You shouldn't believe everything you see on TV.


  • Ghostbusters (song) - At the cemetery, where the ARGGH! fans have all gathered, a sign that reads "I AM UNAFRAID OF ALL GHOSTS" is seen being held by one of the spectators. This is a nod to one of the lyrics of the Ghostbusters theme song, that being, "I ain't afraid of no ghost."
    • In addition, the ghost trap that Hunter Spector uses is also like the ghost trap used in the franchise.
  • Star Wars - One of Clyde's toys is similar to an AT-AT from the franchise.

Running Gags

  • The ghost trap being used.
  • Clyde's dads wanting to call Dr. Lopez.
  • Lincoln and Clyde participating with Hunter Spector and ARRGH! in ghost events.
  • Clyde being in a bad mood.