And just as the Monarchy was restored by the end of the French Revolution and the Napoleonic Wars, after this Lori's right to be in charge would never again be disputed. So Lori, Lincoln lasted more than five minutes. This is representative of the art movements that arose during and after the French Revolution. Is that why they drew Rita's butt so big? Finally, the episode ends with Dad discovering his gold club has been destroyed, symbolizing the destruction and mayhem of the Revolution, whose effects can never be undone as it was instrumental in shaping the course of history as we know it today. Unless Luan's using that teleportation ability that only Lucy is supposed to have. Star Wars - All works related the Star Wars franchise. This visual joke only makes sense when the dog tags are in this position! Either way, that's a sin.
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Rule 10 - Posts must be flaired We ask that you flair your post based on these criteria: FanTheory - A theory regarding past or present works. Rule 2 - Please provide evidence Evidence makes for a good theory, this will be judged at the discretion of the mods. Lucy grabs Lily and blocks the cupcake by shoving her butt through the hole. What are some other stupid names for villains you got there? Do the animators just have some kind of butt fetish or something? Does she wear nail polish under her princess gloves, too? In the Loud House, chaos reigns supreme as the girls act upon their slightest whims, making incredibly loud music, literally tracking industrial quantities of dirt into the house, creating science experiments that pose a huge threat to human life, and starting a huge food fight that leaves nothing but a total mess and a waste in its wake. In the cities, enemies of the Revolution are rounded up and killed while the countryside sees disgruntled serfs burn down their Lords' mansions in order to free themselves from their feudal obligations. Did you just change your mind all of a sudden? So what about when they're arranged any other way? This face turn represents the irreversible change that occurred due to the revolution. Just as Liberalism found a gateway to reality through the French revolution, art styles such as Neo-Classicism and Romanticism found their birth after the Revolution spelled the death of the Rococo style, which was deemed too representative of the old order and therefore should be removed.
However, the people of France see that he has become a Tyrant like the kings before him, and in an ironic twist, commit him to the guillotine, whereas Lincoln is berated for his attempt to regain control, and in fact is once again compared to Lori. We ask for at least 2 paragraphs of writing about your theory and a specific citation from the work. The first episode of The Loud House was broadcast in August, 2016. The N64 was discontinued before you were born. Rule 8 - Write up your theory if you link to an outside source People shouldn't have to leave the sub to know what your theory is, please include a write up about your idea.
Related Subreddits: Our friends: A bit of a stretch, but the inkling of an idea popped in my head while watching the episode so I'm going to dig this thing the whole way through and see what I can come up with. The issue with this is Lori is an absolute tyrant when she's in charge, disallowing Lincoln or any of the siblings to do the things they want, leaving them in a state of oppression and misery. He couldn't lead Cliff to the litterbox. Here I am, to list all the sins. Even though a de Bourbon was back on the throne, absolutism was all but dead. Lincoln riling up the rest of the girls is representative of the Middle Class Bourgeoisie, armed with enlightenment values, leading the lower classes and the plebeians towards revolting against Monarchic rule, and ultimately deposing of the Monarchy, just as how the girls devise a plan to capture Lori and strip her of her power, which is now vested into Lincoln, who takes the role of Maximilien Robespierre, now the leader of the Revolution and the state of the Loud House. This kind of behavior is guaranteed to leave the house little more than a pile of rubble if continued! That is so adorable and so awesome at the same time.
Or does he just like to take a shit wherever he pleases? All you do is shape mud into a pie! So the producers could get more shots of their butts? Filter via Flair The Rules Rule 1 - Don't be a jerk It's okay to dislike a theory but it's not okay to dislike a person because they don't agree with you, so please treat people with respect. Just how sinful is the segment, though? Meta - Posts regarding the sub-Reddit itself. This is like Robespierre's plan to save the Revolution for self-destruction by instituting the Reign of Terror to strike absolute fear into the hearts of Frenchmen with authoritarian measures, spying, and extremely liberal use of the guillotine in order to keep them in line. We have 22 episodes of The Loud House in our archive. Also, the Full Metal Jacket reference in the parody section is perfect. Because the way their faces look, it looks like they're looking at the perfume floating in the air.
Am I looking too deep into this? I'm betting on the former. What happened to my golf club?! Did you miss an episode of The Loud House but don't you wan't that to happen in the future? Likewise, after the Rise of Napoleon, the Empires of Europe were forced to band together to bring down Revolutionary France and return Europe to the Status Quo. In both of these endeavors, the Reactionaries are successful, with the Louds returning to normalcy successfully before their parents return, and Napoleon was defeated, and a de Bourbon was once again sitting on the throne by the end of 1815. That's not exactly a brand-new video game, now, is it? This is akin to the state of the Ancien Regime that ruled France for centuries before the French Revolution. I knew you wouldn't last five minutes! Lincoln escapes his capture and breaks into Lori's room, where he convinces her to come down and restore order to the House before Mom and Dad come home.
He even ends up tied to a chair after trying to bring Lori back, just as Lori was tied to a chair earlier in the episode, symbolizing again how the Revolution eats its own children, with the leadership of movements being annihilated by their own movements, like with Lincoln and with Robespierre. This one was so much fun to do. Is the water in Royal Woods even safe to drink, or is it more deadly than the water in Flint? Now it's time to kick back, forget your troubles, and crack open a brand new video game. This is reminiscent of the rise of enlightenment ideas across the Salons in France, and how the middle class, exhausted with being lumped in with the rest of the Third Estate, began espousing the very first instances of liberal ideas, and the concept of individual liberty. I've been wanting to use the 'Lola waited several minutes' one for a looooong time. This is probably my new favorite of the Loud Sins series I've done. Most likely yes, but bear with me since I just found this show so I gotta get all this Loudposting out of my system.
How did the siblings not see Luan blending in with her surroundings? Calm down, Lincoln, it's not like Jason Vorhees is coming after you! Rule 9 - Unapproved advertising Whether you want to promote your podcast, Youtube channel or blog, we do ask that you contact the mod team via mod mail before you post, but we are more likely to turn you down if it is not FanTheory related. And as the ruling class is totally disconnected from the lives of normal Frenchmen, Lori shows an absolute disregard for the state of her siblings, burying herself in teen magazines and texts from her sweetheart Bobby. Well, in that case, if all the siblings can teleport like this, why is it just Lucy's running gag that she pops up and scares people? By the same token, the people of Paris take their total freedom to heart and spread chaos all over the city as stability falls and insanity hits the streets. During the Food Fight earlier, the baking pan Lincoln uses as a shield is hit with food, causing it to become some sort of modern art. That sounds like the most generic title for a sci-fi franchise ever! Not even this segment, which was for some reason paired up with one of Lori's worst appearances in the last segment. Rule 4 - Tag all spoilers Please do not include spoilers in the title of your posts, be as vague as possible.