27 May 2016 | jenkenton
Nickelodeon is getting its' groove bock!
Finally, after eight years of crappy sitcoms and brain dead cartoons, Nick is finally regaining its' old spirit. not since Avatar has there ever been a show that can truly relate to families everywhere.
the synopsis of the show is about an 11-year-old boy named Lincoln Loud who is part of a family of 10 sisters, each one having diverse, unique personalities that bring out the different sides of Lincoln. There's the first born Lori who constantly texts to her boyfriend, Bobby, and because of being the oldest, believes that she can get whatever she wants amongst her siblings, but despite her condescending attitude, she does care for her brother and sisters. There is the second born Leni who is the stereotypical dumb blonde and, unlike most of the family members, is the nicest person you'll ever meet, but can be taken advantage at times due to her naivety. There's the third born Luna who likes to listen, and play, loud music, along with being skilled in guitar and expressing the punk rock lifestyle. Luan Loud, the fourth born, is an amateur comedian who enjoys playing pranks on her family members and telling terrible jokes, which she is oblivious of the constant groans of her annoyed siblings. Lynn Loud is the fifth oldest sister who is energetic and enjoys playing extreme sports while playing and/or fighting with her brother, Lincoln, much to his chagrin. 8-year-old Lucy Loud is the oddball of the family and a preteen emo/goth girl who enjoys reciting poems of the macabre and hosting seances, despite creeping most of her family members whenever she appears out of nowhere. the twins, Lola and Lana, are polar opposites--one is a spoiled, tattle telling pageant girl while the other is a mud-loving, dumpster diving tomboy--that tends to get into fights dues to their clashing personalities. Lisa is a 4-year-old child prodigy who had skipped several grades and even graduated college early with a ph.d. last but not least is Lilly the baby who enjoys running around naked throughout the house and defecating in her own diaper while exclaiming "poo poo." like any normal baby.
At times, they can get on Lincoln's nerves due to the chaos they bring and sometimes wishes for them to go away (like any kid with siblings), but, most of the time, he loves them and is thankful that he has sisters who love him and has his back.
This show has a well-built storyline, excellent character development, a decent setting with episodes made by brilliant writers, and a protagonist we can all relate to. Along with Harvey Beaks, this is the show that can help bring Nick out of the darkness and into the light and i'm enjoying it every time i watch it.