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This is a list of continuity errors, or events in certain episodes, that contradict what happened in other episodes.

Season 1

  • In "Get the Message", Lori told Lincoln to never call on her phone, but in "Cover Girls", he called her when he had trouble, and she had nothing against it (though she probably did not have a problem since it is an emergency).
  • In "Making the Case", Cristina switched classes, but she's seen in Lincoln's class in "The Green House".
    • This might be because she was either denied the class switch, simply chose to stay in Lincoln's class, or that the "The Green House" takes place before "Making the Case".
  • In "Making the Case", Lincoln has a single hair on his chest but in later episodes he lacks it.
    • Though it might be possible that the hair was removed from his chest some way or another.
  • In "Making the Case", the Louds have a grey pool and in "Linc or Swim", Lincoln bought new one.
  • In "Driving Miss Hazy", Leni had no problem with playing Total Turbo XXII to help her learn how to drive, but in "Changing the Baby", she refused to play video games with Lincoln.
    • It is possible that she either played the game just so she could practice for her test, or she only likes certain video games.
  • In "The Sweet Spot", Vanzilla was destroyed in a violent brawl with Lincoln and his sisters, but it is seen perfectly intact in later episodes.
    • It is possible that the van was fixed after the events of that episode (possibly a discontinuity).
  • In "A Tale of Two Tables", the elder sisters returned to the kiddie table, but in "Homespun", they and Lincoln eat at the grown up table and in "Brawl in the Family", Lincoln was seen at the grown up table.
  • "In Tents Debate" shows half of Lincoln's sisters enjoy Dairyland, also Lana is eager to go there in "Toads and Tiaras", but in "One of the Boys", they reject going there.
    S1E23A Sisters reject before Lincoln answers

    Luna, Luan, Lynn, Lana, and Lisa turning down Dairyland? Now THAT'S a nightmare!

  • In "Sound of Silence", Luan is seen taking out the garbage, but in "Chore and Peace", it's shown to be Lincoln's chore.
  • In "Space Invader", Lucy states she hates wearing pink, but she wears Lola's dress in "Cover Girls".
    • However it's possible that she was just doing it to help her siblings.
  • In "Linc or Swim", on every community pool, the siblings needed to get dressed, but after the third time, they all were walking in their swimsuits on the street, and nobody was carrying their regular outfits.
    • Lincoln separated from his sisters to go to the shop, but he was in his regular outfit, despite he didn't carry it.
  • In "Linc or Swim", Lincoln wasn't able to carry Lynn on his shoulders, but in "It's a Loud, Loud, Loud, Loud, House", he could carry her on her head with no effort.
  • In "Undie Pressure", Lincoln said he reads comics in his underwear because clothes make him uncomfortable, but in "In Tents Debate", "Hand-Me-Downer", "The Loudest Yard", and "Funny Business", Lincoln has no problem with reading comics fully clothed.
  • In "Undie Pressure", Lola pleads with her sisters to be accepting of each others different hobbies, when it's revealed that she bought Lincoln the new underwear, despite him losing the bet, and they all agree. However, in "Sleuth or Consequences", they all laugh at Lincoln's makeshift Ace Savvy costume, and are really smug about the Princess Pony, which contradicts how they agreed to be accepting of each other's differences.
    • Though, they may have only accepted him reading comic books in his underwear.
  • In "Hand-Me-Downer", Lincoln gave his bike from Lynn to Lana, however, he uses the same bike in "Butterfly Effect", "A Fair to Remember", and "Shell Shock".
  • In "Hand-Me-Downer", younger Luna wears her rock clothes, but in "For Bros About to Rock", it's revealed she used to have long hair, and wore feminine clothes before 7th grade.
    • Or, it could have been Luna from the 8th grade, after 7th grade, and before the current events of the series.
  • In "The Green House", Lori doesn't seem to know what the Mona Lisa is, even though she understood Lincoln's reference to it in "Picture Perfect".
  • "Two Boys and a Baby" contradicts Lincoln's ability to take care of Lily as shown in "Project Loud House", "Linc or Swim", and "Changing the Baby".
  • In "Come Sale Away", Lori wears earrings in an old photo. In "Homespun", she said she received them from Bobby, but in "Undie Pressure", it's revealed they have only been dating for a few months, so she couldn't have owned those earrings a few years ago, before she met Bobby.
  • In "One of the Boys", Lincoln's sisters considered burping gross, even though they all enjoyed going to "Burpin' Burger", a restaurant whose it's name and song is based around belching, in "Out on a Limo".
  • In "A Tattler's Tale", Lola learns that tattling is wrong, but she does it to Lana in "One Flu Over the Loud House", when Lana drank juice from the carton and cough on her.
  • In "The Price of Admission", Lincoln is said to have never watched horror movies, but in "One Flu Over the Loud House", he claims that he had watched millions of zombie films. He also watched a zombie movie in "Two Boys and a Baby" with Clyde.
  • In "Homespun", it's said that the walls are very thin, which contradicts "A Tattler's Tale", because if that is the case, Lola could have just listened in from outside the room, and wouldn't have needed a hidden microphone.

Season 2

  • In "The Loudest Yard", Lincoln is lazy and hates sports, when in "The Old and the Restless", Lincoln had no problem with climbing on a mountain in company of Albert.
  • In "Suite and Sour", Lucy agreed to join Lincoln in ghost hunting, but in "Changing the Baby" Lucy said she won't hunt ghosts, because they are her friends.
  • In "Baby Steps", Clyde said he doesn't know how to deal with babies, but in "Two Boys and a Baby" he claimed otherwise.
    • He manages to save Lana and Bitey from the tree they get stuck in, even though in "Dance, Dance Resolution", he was shown to be afraid of heights like them.
      • It is possible that he got over his fear between "Dance, Dance Resolution" and "Baby Steps".
  • In "Baby Steps", Lily eats a cookie but in "Changing the Baby" she can't bite.
    • It is possible that Lily's teeth grew between "Changing the Baby" and "Baby Steps".
  • In "Brawl in the Family", Lincoln was incapable of helping his sisters with their problems. However, he helped Lynn and Lucy make amends in "Space Invader" and helped Lola and Lana with their problems in "Project Loud House" and "Baby Steps". Also, in "Room With a Feud", there is even no mention of the Sister Fight Protocol.
  • Lana does not want to go to Aunt Ruth's house in "Suite and Sour", despite the fact that she enjoyed going there in "Two Boys and a Baby".
    • Also, Lily goes to Aunt Ruth's even though she doesn't trust Lily around her cats.
  • In "Back in Black", Rusty Spokes asks Lincoln's sisters for date despite he has Polly Pain since "Dance, Dance Resolution".
  • In "Back in Black", Rusty Spokes faints on sight of fake blood despite he had no problem to watch a gory horror "movie" in "The Price of Admission".
  • In "11 Louds a Leapin'", Lucy has a statue of Edwin with pink sparkle. In "Back in Black", she has only the regular statue without the sparkle.
  • Lisa graduated from college as a teacher as seen in "Cover Girls", but in "Making the Grade" she's still in Kindergarten.
    • Also, all of the siblings were seen sitting at one table.
  • In "The Old and the Restless", Albert was living in a retirement home, but in "Cover Girls", he was living in his own house. It is possible that between that episode and this one, he was interned there.
  • In "No Such Luck", Lisa is supersitious, and believes Lincoln brings bad luck, but in "Raw Deal", she was clear that she doesn't believe in superstitions.
  • In "No Such Luck", Rita and Lynn Sr. kicked Lincoln out the house despite that in "Ties That Bind", they said they would never kick out any of their children.
  • In "Patching Things Up", Lola got sick easily due to having to use worms as bait while fishing, but in "Raw Deal", Lola had no problem fishing while using worms as bait.
  • In "The Whole Picture", Lynn Sr. says they don't have the cloud on their computer, but in "Study Muffin", Lisa says they do and that she stashed more photos of Hugh in it. Although, there's the possibility that "The Whole Picture" took place before "Study Muffin".
  • In "Kick the Bucket List", the Louds have a yellow pool but in "Making the Case", they have a gray one, and in "Linc or Swim", they have a yellow one in black spots.
  • In "Shell Shock", Ronnie Anne and Lincoln are in the same class but in previous episodes, they weren't.
  • In "Fed Up", Lynn Sr. cooked alone, but in "Making the Grade", he claimed he needs Lisa's assistance in cooking, and in "A Tale of Two Tables", there was a kiddie table, but in this episode, they all sit at the same table.
    • That was because in "Making the Grade", the recipe he cooked had the measurements in metric which Lisa could read.
  • Lincoln says in "Pulp Friction", that Lola wouldn't have his back. However, in previous episodes (ex. "Heavy Meddle" and "Cover Girls"), she covered his back, and helped him out.
  • In "Project Loud House", Lori drives all her siblings to schools. Both Lori and Luna go to same high school, so it's strange Luna uses a school bus in "L is For Love".
  • In "Changing the Baby", Lincoln is shown to be an expert at Chess, which he tries to get Lily interested in. It is unknown why he would not join the Chess Club in "Out of the Picture".
  • Leni does not think Luan's puns are funny in previous episodes, but in "Room With a Feud", she laughs at everything Luan says.
  • In "Room With a Feud", Lincoln and Lily do not make good roommates, but in "Changing the Baby", and other episodes, the two of them get along fine.
  • In "Fool's Paradise", Leni gets the "Nose Goes" method of touching your nose to indicate you don't want to do something wrong, despite getting it right before in "Suite and Sour" and later in "Potty Mouth".
  • In "Fool's Paradise", it is revealed that Lana is allergic to rhubarb, despite Lincoln claiming that nobody has an allergy in "One Flu Over the Loud House".
    • It is possible that Lincoln claimed this for the following sisters: Lisa, Lucy, and Leni, and Lana was already infected with the flu.
    • Alternatively back then Lincoln simply didn't know that Lana is allergic to rhubarb.