Snow Way Down
"Snow Way Down" is the forty-eighth episode of the second season and the one-hundredth episode of .
The Loud House
Lincoln goes on vacation with Clyde, he realizes just how overprotective Clyde's dads are.
This is the second episode to have the word "snow" in the episode title. The first one is " Snow Bored".
This marks the 100th episode of the series overall.
This is also the fourth episode to have a winter theme.
The title is similar to the phrase, "no way down".
This is the fourth time that an episode has only four voice actors.
This will be the tenth time that the full episode will premiere, rather than airing the two parts of the episode separately. The other episodes to do this were " Left in the Dark"/" Get the Message", " Heavy Meddle"/" Making the Case", " Along Came a Sister"/" Chore and Peace", " Project Loud House"/" In Tents Debate", " The Sweet Spot"/" A Tale of Two Tables", " The Price of Admission"/" One Flu Over the Loud House", " ARGGH! You For Real?"/" Garage Banned", " Legends"/" Mall of Duty", and " The Crying Dame"/" Anti-Social".
Due to Chris Savino's contract being terminated, this is possibly the last episode to have his input, unless there are any Season 3 episodes that were already finished before his termination.
This is the second episode where Harold and Howard have a major role, after " Attention Deficit".
Lincoln calls his sled "Big Red II", after his original sled, which got broken in " 11 Louds a Leapin'".
This is the fourth episode where all ten of Lincoln's sisters are absent. The first was in " The Old and the Restless", the second in " Back Out There", and the third was in " Legends".
This is also the first episode not to feature any female characters.
This is also the first 4 voice actor episode to not feature Lola or Lana.
This is also the second time Lincoln’s relatives don't appear at all.
This is the fourth time the Loud House is never seen. The first three being " Raw Deal", " Intern for the Worse", and "The Old and the Restless".
This episode marks Clyde's last appearance in Season 2.
On TV airings, this episode comes after its sister episode, " Snow Way Out".
Moral: Let your children have their own fun when they're at a trustworthy age.
Lincoln read "Dear Dads," aloud as he looked at Clyde's letter, but a few seconds later, it's shown that "Dear Dads," wasn't on the letter at all.
Harold talks about Clyde developing a peanut allergy, despite the fact that he already has one.
Lincoln says this is his first vacation with Clyde and his parents, but he forgets that Clyde's parents already took the two of them on a camping trip once in " Roughin' It".
It could be possible that this could take place before the aforementioned episode.
Howard and Harold overprotecting Lincoln and Clyde.
Howard passing out.
Clyde explaining Lincoln what he and his dads can't suffer.
Lincoln saying "Ah".
Harold translating for Howard after he faints.
"Snow Way Down" Animatic The Loud House Nick Animation
"There's Nothing Here!"
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