L is for Love
Studio: Nickelodeon Release Date : June 15, 2017 Series: The Loud House
Cumulative rating:
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Associated Studio(s)

Jam Filled Entertainment

Synopsis

When the kids find an anonymous love letter addressed to "L. Loud", they try to figure out who it's for and who it's from.

Characters

Lincoln Loud
(Voice: Collin Dean)
Lori Loud
(Voice: Catherine "Cat" Taber)
Leni Loud
(Voice: Liliana Mumy)
Luna Loud
(Voice: Nika Futterman)
Luan Loud
(Voice: Cristina Pucelli)
Lynn Loud
(Voice: Jessica DiCicco)
Lucy Loud
(Voice: Jessica DiCicco)
Lana Loud
(Voice: Grey DeLisle-Griffin)
Lola Loud
(Voice: Grey DeLisle-Griffin)
Lisa Loud
(Voice: Lara Jill Miller)
Lily Loud
(Voice: Grey DeLisle-Griffin)
Lynn Loud, Sr.
(Voice: Brian Stepanek)
Rita Loud
(Voice: Jill Talley)

Credits

Director

Christopher M. "Chris" Savino

Story

Darin McGowan

Voices

Richard Steven Horvitz

Character Design

Kat Ketchum
Todd Oman

Producer

Karen Malach

Executive Producer

Christopher M. "Chris" Savino

Animation Director

Mark Woodcox

Storyboards

Jordan Koch

Creator

Christopher M. "Chris" Savino

Voice Director

Lisa Schaffer

Writer

Kevin Sullivan

Assistant Editor

Rick Dominicus

Supervising Picture Editor

Gayle M. Grech ("Gayle McIntyre")

Vice President of Animation Production

Dean Hoff

Senior Director of Digital Operations

Eric Swanborg

Senior Manager of Post Production

Oliver Pearce


Broadcasters

Nickelodeon (Original broadcast network)

Television

The Loud House (Season 2, Episode 12)

DVD

United States

The Loud House: Relative Chaos (Season 2, Volume 1)

United Kingdom

The Loud House: A Very Loud Christmas

Technical Specifications

Animation Type: Flash Animation
Aspect Ratio: 16:9 (HD - Television)
Color Type: Color
Print Type: Video (HDTV)
Negative Type: Digital
Original Language: English
Original Country: United States

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From Justin Delbert :

When I started very late in the Loud House game, I pretty much assumed that Sam was well established who she was as was Luna. However, after watching and listening closely the L is for Love, that's not necessarily the case. Scenes with Sam show her with a group of rocker kids including this one guy. Also, Sam was NEVER referred to as pronouns. No "Where is she?" or "She's out of my league dudes." Instead, "Where's Sam? and "Sam's out of my league dudes." It could be assumed that this rocker dude Sam was hanging out with was actually Sam as it's a boys and girls name, but it wasn't revealed until the very very end that not only Sam was a girl but Luna is Bi. Perhaps that writing was done on purpose to surprise everyone causing the media to go nuts, but at the end of the day, it shouldn't matter if Sam and Luna are gay or straight. They're awesome, and people love seeing them. And with the exception of Benny, Sam would become the more popular admire while the rest sort of just faded away.
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