Episode Information

"For Bros About to Rock" is the twenty-fifth episode of the first season of The Loud House.


Lincoln and Clyde are about to experience their first concert, but they get a warning from the sisters to not let Luna know, since she might ruin it. Unfortunately, Luna finds out, and is determined to make their first concert as memorable as possible.


Lincoln and Clyde are excited to go to their first concert of their favorite band SMOOCH at the mall, but just as Lincoln is about to leave, he's startled to see his sisters (minus Luna) behind him. They push him back into his room to tell him not to let Luna know that he is going to his first concert, since she'll insist on tagging along, and will probably ruin his experience, just like she did at their first concerts. After Lincoln's sisters manage to help him out of the house without Luna knowing, he meets up with Clyde at the mall. However, they're surprised to see Luna already in line for tickets, since she already knew about the concert, and saved them a spot in line.

Luna immediately tries to train Lincoln and Clyde for their best concert experience, including dressing them up, and teaching them to pose like rockers. After embarrassing him one time too many, Lincoln calls Luna out on her attitude. Saddened by her brother's harsh words, Luna walks out of the line. Lincoln feels guilty, and tries to run after her, but loses his place in line. He and Clyde are forced to go to the end of the line, and by the time they finally get to the box office, the concert is sold out, and to make matters worse, Lincoln and Clyde try to get tickets from who they believe is a scalper, but is really an undercover mall cop, and they promptly get arrested and thrown into the mall jail.

S1E13A Lincoln and Luna rockin'!

Luna finally succeeds in making a first concert unforgettable.

Later, Luna tries to get Lincoln and Clyde out by dressing up as her mother after the Mall Cop Captain called about them getting locked up, but Bobby, who is working at the mall as a cop, inadvertently blows her cover, leading her to get thrown in with the kids. Luna apologizes to Lincoln and admits that she only wanted his first concert to be memorable because she wanted him to feel like she did when she attended her first concert back when she was young. The Mall Cop Captain, touched by Luna's story, decides to let the three out, and gives Lincoln and Clyde their tickets to the concert back, and even Luna a spare ticket upon Lincoln's request. Lincoln apologizes to Luna for the things he said, which she happily accepts his apology, and the kids go to the concert. Unfortunately, the tickets are for seats way high up, making it hard to see the band, but thanks to Luna's teachings, Lincoln and Clyde make it down to the stage, and they all end up having the time of their lives.


Leni, Luan, Lucy, Lana, and Lily have no lines in this episode, though Lola had Lana's voice in one scene.


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  • Chris Savino considers this episode his personal favorite.[1]
  • Cristina from "Making the Case" makes a cameo.
  • The crowd looks like squiggles.
  • Luna is the only girl not crying at the Boyz Will Be Boyz concert.
    • In "Party Down", Luna sings the Boyz Will Be Boyz song with Lori.
  • This episode shows how Luna got into rock and roll for the first time.
  • This is the first time that Luna plays an acoustic guitar rather than an electric one.
    • However, if counting the pilot, this would actually be the second time Luna uses an acoustic guitar.
  • This is the first episode featuring the Royal Woods Opera.
  • This is the first time Lisa wears fancy clothing.
  • It is revealed in this episode that Bobby's surname is Santiago.
  • S1E13A Loud House writers

    The Loud House writers

    The people in the line for SMOOCH tickets were cartoon depictions of the writers for The Loud House.
    • One of them looks similar to Girl Jordan, with earrings that look similar to Lola's.
  • Luna watches a video of Lincoln obsessing over Cristina (and sees a picture of her) in "Making the Case", but in this episode, she forgets that she was recommending Cristina.
  • The Mick Swagger song Luna heard in 7th grade can be heard at the beginning of the episode "Undie Pressure", when Luna is listening to the radio.
  • This is the second time after "Making the Case" that Luna wears pants.
  • This is the first episode to be produced in 2016.
  • This is the first time Leni appears without any lines of dialogue.
  • In this episode, Luna gets dressed like Rita.
    • Coincidentally, in the Spanish dub of the series, both characters are voiced by Marta Estrada.
  • Irony:
    • Lincoln and Clyde purchase tickets from a scalper, but the scalper (who was an undercover cop) arrested them, despite giving them the tickets.
    • The girls told Lincoln that Luna doesn't know about the concert, but she does. So basically, the others sneaking Lincoln out of the house was pointless.
  • Karma: Luna disguised herself as her Mom to take Lincoln and Clyde out of jail, but was arrested, as she was recognized by Bobby.
  • Moral: Don't get too radical when you ensure fun for your family or friend.
  • Timeline:


  • For Bros About to Rock - The title is a parody of AC/DC's 1981 song "For Those About to Rock (We Salute You)". The Mall Cop Captain also mentions it in the episode itself.
  • KISS - The band SMOOCH is a parody of KISS. In addition, Clyde's face makeup is based on that of Gene Simmons, the lead singer of the band.
  • Barney & Friends - Blarney the Dinosaur is a parody of Barney the Dinosaur.
    • The Powerpuff Girls - This exact same parody on Barney was used in the The Powerpuff Girls episode "Child Fearing", featuring a guy in a green dinosaur costume, that talked with an Irish accent.
  • Richard Wagner - The performance Lisa and Luna see at the opera is likely a parody of Brunhilde's Battle Cry (Ho-To-Jo-Ho) from Wagner's "Die Walküre".
  • Doug - This episode is very similar to the episode Doug's Hot Ticket, where Doug and Skeeter travel to their own first concert to see their favorite band The Beets.
  • The Clash - Luna's remark "I fought the law, and the law won" is a reference to the band's song "I Fought the Law".


S1E13A Lola sets up her flashback

Our first voice swap.

  • Lola sounds a bit like Lana when she was warning Lincoln about Luna ruining their first Blarney the Dinosaur concert (since they're both voiced by the same actress).
    • Coincidentally, in its sister episode, Lana sounded a bit like Lola when she said "It's mine!".
  • Luna's right paperclip earring appears to be missing when she was telling Lincoln to do something about his "duds".
  • It's impossible to find rock outfits for 2 boys in 5 minutes.
  • When the camera is zoomed onto Clyde's rock pose, Lincoln's shoes don't have red stripes.
  • Luna returned to the mall for Lincoln and Clyde disguised as Rita, but when she was put into the cell with her brother, she wore her regular clothes. It's impossible because she didn't have them with her, or she was wearing her disguise over them.
  • The Mall Cop Captain told Lincoln and Clyde that their "mom" is here for them even though Clyde doesn't have a mother, just two dads. However, the Mall Cop Captain doesn't know the boys, so he easily got fooled by Luna.
  • In the Latin American dub of the episode, the boy band "Boyz Will Be Boyz" name wasn't translated.
  • Possible: This episode reveals that Luna got into music and got short hair when she was 13. However, in "Hand-Me-Downer", young Luna in the bike flashback had short hair and was interested music and in the later episode "Not a Loud", she was interested in music when she was lot younger. However, it could've been 14-year-old Luna in "Hand-Me Downer" and she was interested in music other than rock.

Running Gags

  • Flashbacks of Luna ruining her siblings' first concerts.
  • Clyde showing his "rock pose".
  • First Lincoln, and then Clyde dance with ice in their pants.
  • Luna trying to help Lincoln have a great experience.


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