Lori: See, Lincoln? We all have to deal with hand-me-downs. We just learned to make the best of them. Lincoln:You don't have to deal with them. You're the oldest. Lori: Are you kidding me? This isn't really a tank top! It's literally the top of Mom's old girdle!
Lincoln: Well, if you all think your chores are so hard, I'm sure one of you won't mind trading with me. Lori: No way, Lincoln. There's a very delicate balance in this house, and if we all start trading chores, it will literally open up a can of worms. Lana: What's so bad about that? Worms rule!
Lola: Do not let Luna know that you're going to your first concert. She'll insist on going with you! Lincoln: What? Why? Lynn: I don't know, cause she's nuts? But she's done it to all of us. Lori: Yeah. And when she goes, she gets way too excited and literally ruins everything. There was my first Boyz Will Be Boyz concert.
Leni: So? Did Ronnie Anne ask you to the Sadie Hawkins Dance? Lincoln:[stammering] Uh, yee, uh, um... Lori: I bet she was so excited. The Sadie Hawkins is literally the most important dance in a girl's life.
Mr. Grouse:[distraught] They cleaned me out! My polka records! My black and white TV! My encyclopedias! All gone! [walks back inside and closes the door] Lori: I literally don't know what any of those things are.
Lori: Lincoln, I told you you're not invited! Lincoln: But my tricks are killing! Lori: I'm trying to throw a sophisticated party, and you're literally waving around your underwear! Now...SCRAM! Lincoln: They will hear about this at embassy!
Lori: I don't get it, you guys. I've been following the list, but people don't look like they're having fun. Leni: I think they're having fun. Lori: Leni, Joey is literally doing his homework. [shows Joey doing so in the corner]
Bobby: Don't feel bad, babe. I mean, a stubbed toe? That is pretty serious. Lori: Eeh. Nice try, Boo-Boo Bear. But I know my party was a bomb. Leni: What do you mean? Joey got all his homework done. Lori: Guys, if you don't mind, I literally wanna be alone for a little bit.
Leni: You guys, I need an outfit for dinner tomorrow. [holds up a purple dress] Does this print go with goulash? Lincoln: It doesn't matter, 'cause we're not having goulash tomorrow. Lori: Yes we are, Lincoln. We have it every Thursday, and there's literally nothing we can do about it.
Lincoln: Remember, guys, this is about more than just tonight's dinner. These grilled cheeses really have to change hearts and minds. Lola: Grilled cheese? I wanna make a cake! Lori: I can't eat cake for dinner! I'll literally break out!
[Lori slips on one of Lincoln's grilled cheese sandwiches on the floor, causing her to slam face first on the fridge and fall over, which leads to the contents to fall on her] Lori:[weakly]Literally?
Lincoln: I still don't know know why I have to come along. Lori:[rioting] BECAUSE RONNIE ANNE'S YOUR GIRLFRIEND!!! Lincoln: She is not my girlfriend! Lori: Lincoln, we are literally crossing a bridge. Do you really want to get into an argument WITH ME RIGHT NOW?! [makes an intimidating face to her brother]
Ronnie Anne: What do you mean you didn't convince him? Lori: He talked about the bodega for 40 minutes until the beef jerky guy showed up, and at that point, I had literally reached my limit.
Lori: Ta-da! [shows him a replica of the dinghy date] A one-on-one dinghy date. Sort of. Bobby: Wow. Just like the Dream Boat. It's so romantic, babe. Lori: I know. Because we're so romantic. I mean, we literally have such a great connection. Don't you think?
Lincoln: We're leaving? But Mrs. Casagrande's baking a cake. Lori:[heartbroken] Lincoln, I literally just lost my boyfriend. [angrily] Do you really wanna argue with me right now?
Whitney, wait till you see my new shoes. They will literally blow your mind!
Lincoln, is Clyde still here? This is literally my last pair of wearable shoes.
(To herself) If Lori Loud can sink this four-footer, she'll literally win the masters.
Carol did what? Hang on, Whitney. I literally need chips for this story.
I would never want to be in Leni's shoes. Literally.
Lincoln:[imitates a door knock] Oh! Someone's at the door. Who could it be? [Leni walks over dressed as Lori] Why, it's my eldest sister, Lori. Leni:[imitating Lori] OMG. Bobby. Texting. Literally.
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.
Lynn Sr: What say we take a little break and get our ice cream on, huh? Lola: Sorry, Daddy. Ice cream doesn't look good on a resume, especially if you spill it. Lori: Plus, it'll literally just make us sluggish.
Librarian Wetta:[with Lori's mystery novel] You! Twist ending! Go! Lori: So, it turns out it wasn't even a student running the blog, it was a teacher! And he literally tried to frame Gabby with a laptop in her- Librarian Wetta: That's enough. Very good.
Lincoln: Guys, wait! Remember, Librarian Wetta said the contest closes at 5:00. [checks his watch] It's only 3:00. We still have two hours! Lori: What about Lola? There's literally no point if she won't participate. Lincoln: Leave everything to me. I'll get her to read that book by 5:00.
Luna: Lincoln, it's 5:30! The contest ended half an hour ago! Lincoln:[taking blame] Totally my fault. It's just so quiet here. I must've fallen asleep. Lori: Well, you literally blew it.
I'm sick of it! I've literally been working for three months to get those many likes on my photos.
Okay, got my soft lighting, my flowers. Time for the mirror selfie. Literally a classic.
[gets hit in the face with dirt] Gah! LITERALLY?!
[Takes the photo which turns out well.] Wow, it's actually, literally perfect. And I didn't hurt myself.
Get back here, you animals. These tiny sweaters are literally the perfect size for you!
Boo-Boo Bear, we literally need to go on a picnic, right now.
Carol:[Nervously looks around] Uh! Uh. Hi, Lori. [Awkwardly waves] Lori: I know this is literally the most awkward thing in the world, but, I just wanna tell you that, you win. [Carol's jaw drops] You've been better than me at everything since kindergarten but, I'm okay with it, I can't live my life trying to compete with you anymore. Well, enjoy your shopping.
Lori:[Amazed] Wow, so all of our competing has literally been pointless? Carol: It's true, those selfies were getting out of control, I had to adopt that corgi, and he's mean.