Although Lincoln speaks to the viewing audience in most episodes, characters in bold have been observed doing so as well while others look at the fourth wall, not speaking to the audience, but breaking the fourth wall nonetheless.
Left in the Dark: Operation Distract My Sisters So That I Can Get to the TV First and Watch the Special Live Season Finale of ARGGH and Think of a Shorter Name For This Operation.
Come Sale Away: Operation Pretend You've Never Met Me And Are Really Interested In My Stuff So Other People Will Buy It And Also Think Of A Shorter Name For This Operation.
Homespun: Operation Paint The Peeling House To Give Mom And Dad The Greatest Anniversary Gift Ever And Also Think Of A Shorter Name For This Operation.
11 Louds a Leapin': Operation Scale the Fence and Retrieve Big Red Before Mr. Grouse Finds It and Takes It Into His House Forever and Also Think of a Shorter Name For This Operation.
The Whole Picture: Recreate All My Most Cherished Memories & Think Of A Shorter List Title, List.
Out of the Picture: Operation Sneak Into a Yearbook Group Photo So We're Not Forgotten Like Marty What's-His-Face. / Operation Get Coach To Hire Us So We Can Edit Ourselves Into The Yearbook Photos.
Fool's Paradise: Operation Find Our Family and Get Back at Luan for Causing Years of Emotional Damage and Also Think of a Shorter Name for This Operation. (Lynn Sr. made this long operation name, not Lincoln.)
Health Kicked: Operation Get Mom and Dad Out Of The House and Into Shape.
Promotional video for Lost Control: Operation Track Down Which Of My Sisters Has The Remote So I Can Watch My Favorite Show And Think Of A Shorter Name For This Operation.
Lori finds out Leni is wearing one of her shirts, and angrily demands her to take it off. Leni responds she can't, as there are boys present. The only "boy" present is Mr. Coconuts, who raises its eyebrows causing Luan to cover its eyes.
Lynn Sr. talks about getting rid of "the one with the white hair" which he doesn't even know if it's his. He's actually talking about a tie that's designed like a rabbit (hare), but Lincoln thinks he's talking about him.
"Butterfly Effect" - Luna was about to say that the family is on a highway to hell, but before she said "hell", she got interrupted, and said "hello" instead.
"Two Boys and a Baby" - The scene where Lily's dirty diaper is flung into the ceiling fan is a subtle visual pun on the phrase "sh*t hits the fan".
"A Novel Idea" - Lincoln: "I can see Uranus from here", and boy, "is it gassy."
"11 Louds a Leapin'" - During the third song Luna was singing, she was about to say "p***ed".
"Suite and Sour" - The Louds were actually kicked out of the resort due to Rita and Lynn Sr. skinny dipping in the pool. However, it is implied that they did much more than skinny dip.
"Back in Black" - Lincoln: Did you bring Uranus?, Rusty: Never leave home without it.
"Lock 'N' Loud" - When Lucy imagines the burglar stealing her bust of Edwin, the burglar is shown turning the bust around before stealing it. The way the burglar does this resembles someone snapping someone else's neck.
"Frog Wild" - When one of the classmates asks what two of the frogs are doing, Mrs. Johnson quickly covers them with a map of the United States, which implies they were doing something really inappropriate.
When Lincoln and Clyde were viewing the footage from the dog, Bobby is seen taking off his pants, and Clyde quickly shielded his eyes. The way this scene plays out is that Clyde was given the implication that he was watching an erotic film.
In addition, Pam's line, "Why don't you slip out of those clothes and we'll get started!" implies that something inappropriate will occur.
Lincoln and Clyde watch as Bobby goes with different girls, then with an older woman, with a dog, and then with a man; thus implying they thought Bobby was a gerontophile (sexual preference for the elderly), a zoophile (sexual preference for animals), and a homosexual (sexual preference for the same gender).
"Job Insecurity" - Mr. Grouse: "Now, if you'll excuse me, I have a date with two hot dishes..." [the siblings become disgusted] "...of lasagna, for Pete's sake!
"Change of Heart" - When Lola heard Lori talking to herself in the bathroom, Lola, who was horrified at what she heard, remarks "I don't think I need to tinkle after all.", which seems to imply that she wet herself.
"Health Kicked" - Lori and Leni witnessed their father's skinny jeans slip off, they quickly shielded their eyes in disgust, giving the implication that they were exposed to his private areas.