The only thing I'm being picky about is that we kind of see this a lot in The Loud House already. I also like the fact that Lily has received a focal episode. However, as the narrative progresses, the Louds abandon any selfish motivations and desires and demonstrate how they, as a collective sibling group, are good-natured and caring at heart, as they eventually come to realise their mistake, and understand that by taking Lily's fox toy away, they have made her deeply depressed and discontented. The parents seemed very content with detatching themselves from the whole situation. This and many other relatable scenarios make this cartoon another strong entry for the season, even if it does have an all-too familiar setup. Lily plays the little song on repeat which drives the siblings to the point of getting rid of it. But apparently, the noise it generates travels across the entire house.
After they find it in the attic and turn it on it still works after all those years? But there's only so much that the writers could come up with so that at some point in the episode I'm not thinking 'Oh, I know that they're gonna do'. When they tried to get Fenton the Fox back from the dumpster, I expected it to play out similar to Vantastic Voyage where the family saves the van and decides to keep it even though it was barely working as a car. Be responsible parents; the kids may not have the best solution, given how galling the toy is, but at least they're trying to help Lily. The montage that plays with the siblings showing Lynn Sr. You would think a way to truly help Lily deal with her state of emotional imbalance would be to discover the original source of her sadness and resolve the cause of her crying from there. I may hate that fox but that was cute.
Leni was trying to help the sick people, but she got sick, and Lincoln was trying to help his healthy sisters escape, but not only did they end up getting sick, he got sick too. My parents never told me until I was much older, probably to spare me from the sadness of losing it. Loud's first text message to Lori is very, very long. I thought it would be another one of those anti-technology episodes where the kids have to deal with getting their devices taken away, but it subverted that trope nicely, and ended with a good message of parents and kids working to increase their real life bonding time! She doesn't even yell or scream, but merely leaves for work completely downtrodden, after having been so grateful to Lincoln for helping her get the job. Some people might be annoyed by this one, as the parents lack involvement when they should be taking action, and the resolution, while heartwarming, is not necessarily the most creative or ideal one that could have been reached resorting to mimicking the chant played by the lost toy for Lily's satisfaction.
It seems unreasonable he should be so technophobic. Hmmm, I hate the song but like the charaters. She's not sneaking up on them, they always forget she's there. So we have a creepy fox singing an annoying song with charaters I sympathize a little too much with. As the cartoon opens with the Louds blocking out their surroundings with their phones and tablets, Dad gets annoyed and threatens to cut the internet. The parents become terrified that the toy is still around and tell everyone it nearly drove them insane when Lori had it as that toy is evil.
Lincoln: Lily, this is Bun-Bun. Anyway, the issue is resolved with the kids deciding to temporarily cut the internet, and through a montage of them doing various activities with Dad, they slowly break their technology attachment as the cartoon comes to an end. Surprisingly for me, this happened in the middle of the episode, and I liked how the family tries to get Lynn Sr. The destruction of that fox. Speaking of the toy, what was the deal with that final shot of Fenton the Fox's face suddenly becoming the sun? Hell, it was better than any movie released by Paramount Pictures this year both Paramount and Nick are owned by Viacom. Loud claims that Fenton drove her and Mr. Some might argue it's a bittersweet ending, since the Louds have to continue enduring the annoying fox toy jingle for their sister's amusement, but think about it.
I have to say though that they really nailed Rita as a Facebook Mom. They then sing and dance to the song while Lincoln wears a Fenton costume for Lily. As an aside, the ways Dad is taught these benefits without fully understanding at first are funny for how relatable they are to people not used to using electronic devices and learning about them for the first time. She's only 15 months old after all. What we got was a beautiful and happy finish.
Well this is going to be a weird recommendation but this is an episode I would recommend with the sound off. Yes, she tried to make him jealous by dating Clyde, but you still feel sorry for her at that moment. What initially caused her to be in that state? Both of these episodes worked. But in spite of that, I still found this story to contain a lot of merit, and gratifying to watch overall. Maybe there's something wrong with me. I just came back from watching Hey Arnold! Don't get me wrong I think it was a good pitch for an episode, especially since one character Lori, is always on her phone and is on social media.
That song was played over 15 times. Loud's reaction when they see Lori dug up her old Fenton toy again and gave it to Lily, since they remember all too well how annoying that toy can become. His kids try to convince him otherwise, and succeed. I always assumed there was a master bath inside the parents' room. Lincoln's surprise at seeing her in her work uniform not a minute later is nothing short of pure guilt. They want it to stop so Lori decides to give Lily her old toy, Fenton the feel better Fox, which helped her with her crying when she was a baby.
She goes into a full , always having a sad look on her face and doing nothing at all. I sympathize with everyone here. It's clear that as annoying as everybody else thought Fenton was, Lily really loved Fenton. Loud starts out as a type 1, as proven when Lori tries to teach him how to do something simple like texting. It was only like a third of the episode but, oh my god. .