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Episode Information

"Crimes of Fashion" is the twenty-seventh episode of the third season, and the one-hundred-twenty-eighth episode of The Loud House.

Plot

When Leni gets fired from her job due to missing scarves, Lincoln and Clyde take on the case as Ace and Jack.

Synopsis

Ace Savvy and One-Eyed Jack are in the Fortress of Solitaire where they are finally solving a case. Before Ace reveals the who did it, it goes back to Lincoln and Clyde who celebrate the fifth case their heroes have solved, only to be interrupted by Leni who is crying. When Lincoln and Clyde ask what happened, Leni reveals that during her job at Reiningers, her boss, Ms. Carmichael, called her to tell her something important. Leni mistook this as an invitation for a scavenger hunt when in reality she is going to fire her. It turns out that Ms. Carmichael believes that Leni stole several scarves. After hearing her plight, Lincoln and Clyde decide to take the case.

At the mall, Clyde and Lincoln start their investigation, only to be interrupted by Carmichael's son who wants to play with them as his mom is too busy to pay attention to him. While watching Gabby attempting to buy some scarves, Lincoln and Clyde assume instanly that she is the culprit, only to discover that she is actually attempting to buy them with her mom's credit card. After bumping into a stand of training bras which frustrates Fiona, Lincoln and Clyde see Scoots shoplifting some scarves. In an attempt to stop her, they make a tripwire made of clothes hanger only to fail, making both Lincoln and Clyde crash into a stand of fragrance which causes Fiona to be angry again. While thinking in a new plan, they discover Fiona running away holding a duffel bag which has a blue cloth. Assuming they have finally found the culprit, they call Ms. Carmichael, while dismissing her son again, at the parking lot, they make Fiona reveal that she actually bought a dress from the competitors store.

Lincoln and Clyde disappointed in their failure, lament that they don't deserve in wearing their costumes, only for Leni to state that a cape can also be a scarf, which causes Lincoln and Clyde to discover the real culprit. Back at the mall, they convince Ms. Carmichael to give them another chance. They ask her son if he wants to play superheroes with them, which causes him to lead them to his hideout, revealing that he was the one who took the scarves as he mistook them for capes. Realizing her mistake, she thanks Lincoln and Clyde.

S3E14B Just got a new case

Leni thanks Clincoln McCloud for saving her job.

Back at her job, Leni encounters Ms. Carmichael who wants to apologize for firing Leni and asks her how can she make it up to her. Lincoln and Clyde later bump into Leni, who tells them they got another case. While Lincoln and Clyde are celebrating, they once again bump into a stand with has sunglasses, angering Fiona yet again.

Cast

Girl Jordan has no lines in the episode.

Music

 ) Associated production music
 ) Original music
 ) The Loud House music

  Hit and Run - Sam Spence [Title card]

Trivia

  • This episode's plot is connected to that of "Shop Girl", as Leni has a job at Reiningers.
  • Lincoln mentions that Scoots was in mall jail which traces back to "For Bros About to Rock".
  • This episode reveals that Scoots was or is married.
  • Lincoln and Clyde didn't wear their regular clothes in this episode.
  • This segment is tied with "Fandom Pains" and "Scales of Justice" as the lowest viewed episode of Season 3 and the whole series.
  • When Leni cries before she heads to her room, she has mascara-smudged tears (but not much) that's nearly similar to Lori when she cries with the mascara-smudged tears on it.
  • When this episode first aired, it came on before its sister episode, "Scales of Justice".

References

  • Crimes of Fashion- The title of this episode is a pun of crimes of passion, which refers to a violent crime, especially homicide, in which the perpetrator commits the act against someone because of sudden strong impulse such as sudden rage rather than as a premeditated crime.
  • SpongeBob SquarePants  - The background music "Hit and Run," composed by Sam Spence, can be heard in the title card of this episode. As well as the background music "Dramatic Climax," composed by Mike Sunderland, when Lincoln and Clyde take Ms. Carmichael to where the scarfs are.
  • Sly Cooper - Music from Thieves in Time plays throughout the episode starting from when Lincoln and Clyde start to find who stole the scarfs.

Errors

  • On the title card, Lincoln is missing one of his sideburns.

Running Gags

  • Lincoln and Clyde knocking stuff over, and Fiona complaining about it.


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