- 1. Aw!
- 2. Movie!
- 3. Okay, Lily, I didn't wake you up
at 6:00 in the morning just to play.
- 4. It's time for another lesson
on how to survive in a big family.
- 5. Poo-poo.
- 6. Lesson number 374,
Breakfast Burrito Saturday.
- 7. Bawitotos!
- 8. Now that you have teeth,
- 9. you'll want one of Dad's famous
breakfast burritos all to yourself.
- 10. - Lily!
- Just like your sisters.
- 11. Sisters.
- 12. Which means it's you against them
at the table.
- 13. - Uh-oh.
- Don't worry!
- 14. Because your big brother
is the man with the plan.
- 15. Patent pending.
- 16. And today's plan
- 17. is to get to those burritos
before our sisters wake up.
- 18. I can smell them now.
Okay, Lily, it's go-time.
- 19. Poo-poo.
- 20. So all you need to do
is just watch and learn
- 21. because around here,
no one outsmarts Lincoln…
- 22. Loud.
- 23. Nice try, Lincoln.
- 24. You're not the only one who remembered
it's burritos Saturday.
- 25. Yay! Burritos!
- 26. Lincoln!
- 27. The key is to having a plan
is to always have a backup plan.
- 28. Backup plan.
- 29. Hey! Morning, Lincoln! Hello, Lily.
- 30. Bawitoto.
- 31. That's right, sweetie. "Bawitotos." Mwah!
- 32. Hey, where're your sisters?
I thought I heard them.
- 33. Did you? Huh…
- 34. Uh-oh.
- 35. Burritos!
- 36. Sorry, Lily.
So much for watching and learning.
- 37. Backup plan.
- 38. Oh-ho-ho!
The student has become the master.
- 39. Lola, we need to go
to make it to your recital on time.
- 40. - Don't forget my science fair.
- I have the Junior Morticians Death Match.
- 41. I'm working pit crew at the race track!
- 42. Soccer playoff.
- 43. - Joke-A-Palooza!
- Don't forget my shred-off.
- 44. You all have activities today?
- 45. I just have my fashion show.
- 46. That's an activity, honey!
- 47. We're not prepared for this!
This is a ding dang disaster!
- 48. What do we do? Don't panic! Don't panic!
- 49. Don't panic!
- 50. Relax, everybody. I got this.
- 51. Another lesson, Lily.
- 52. It's always more important
to help your family than outsmart them.
- 53. All right, Louds. Let's go, go, go!
- 54. - Lori, golf clubs.
- 55. - Leni, measuring tape.
- 56. - Luna, guitar.
- 57. - Lynn, soccer ball.
- 58. Luan, rubber chicken.
- 59. - Lucy, black veil.
- 60. - Lola, flaming baton.
- 61. - Lana, wrench set.
- Thanks, Linc.
- 62. - Lisa, ammonium di…
- Dichromate! Thank you, male sibling.
- 63. - All right, we got everything?
- Yup, we're good to go.
- 64. Mom, Dad, you forgot something!
- 65. Oh, sorry, sweetie.
- 66. Okay, where to first?
- 67. - Race track.
- Soccer field.
- 68. Dad, Lori's first. Take a right.
- 69. - Go, Lori!
- Hole in one!
- 70. Hole in one!
- 71. Can someone please hold this for a minute?
- 72. I got it.
- 73. Leni's next.
- 74. Go left. I know a shortcut.
- 75. Amazing!
- 76. Gotta go!
- 77. - Who's next?
- It's Luna time.
- 78. Go, Luna!
- 79. Yeah, Luna!
- 80. Thanks, bro.
- 81. Go, go, go!
- 82. Why did the chicken cross the playground?
- 83. To get to the other slide!
- 84. Woo-hoo!
- 85. - Hey, Lincoln.
- I got it.
- 86. She shoots…
- 87. she scores!
- 88. Lincoln, catch.
- 89. Oof! Got it. Dang it.
- 90. Lincoln.
- 91. You're next, Lola.
- 92. - Uh-uh. Hands off.
- 93. Come on, we gotta get to Lana's race.
- 94. Woo-hoo!
- 95. Lincoln will hold it.
- 96. Lisa, you're up.
- 97. Lisa! Lisa! Lisa!
- 98. Oh! We did it. Thank you, Lincoln.
- 99. You sure know how to keep
the old Loud fam' running smoothly, kiddo.
- 100. Yeah, Loud and too loud!
- 101. Let's get a pic of the kids
for our Loud Wall of Fame.
- 102. Oh, great idea!
Everyone, hold up your trophies!
- 103. - Get my good side.
- I only have good sides.
- 104. - Yeah.
- Not sure I'll show up, but…
- 105. - Get my funny side.
- Whoa! Hey! Watch out!
- 106. Okay, everyone, squeeze in.
- 107. Sisters!
- 108. Hey. Guys, wait for me.
- 109. - Look, it's the Loud sisters!
- Nobody tosses a baton like that one.
- 110. She embalmed my Uncle Jack!
- 111. I wish my family
was as talented as they are.
- 112. Selfie!
Can I get an autograph?
- 113. Enough loudness. Scoots out.
- 114. Hey! You gotta pay
to ride this hog, sonny.
- 115. Wait! Hey? Hey, guys?
I want to be in the photo.
- 116. Oh, you just must be
so proud of your girls.
- 117. - You're ding dang darn tootin'.
- They are very special.
- 118. No trophy, no photo.
- 119. Loser!
- 120. - Guess! I'm gonna be in the newspaper!
- That lady wants to interview us on TV!
- 121. - Most "likes" ever.
- Me too.
- 122. How cool is that?
- 123. Let's go home
and put these trophies on display!
- 124. I wish everyone thought
I was special.
- 125. Ordinary? You're talking crazy.
- 126. You're just saying that
because you're my best friend.
- 127. Name one thing that makes me special.
- 128. How about three? You've read
every single Ace Savvy comic twice,
- 129. you're the fifth-best junior magician
in Royal Woods,
- 130. and that history report you wrote?
- 131. It was like I was at the signing
of the Declaration of Independence!
- 132. Oh! And you can sing! That's four!
- 133. Anyone can do those things.
- 134. Admit it, Clyde. I'm always going
to be stuck in my sisters' shadows.
- 135. I know exactly what'll cheer you up.
- 136. My homemade cream puffs!
- 137. Or, as I like to call them, "dream puffs."
- 138. Mm.
- 139. Mm…
- 140. What— What is it?
- 141. Too much cinnamon? Not enough cinnamon?
- 142. Actually, the recipe doesn't call
for cinnamon but I can add it—
- 143. No, Clyde, it's the best!
- 144. It's just that you, my sisters,
everyone is good at something.
- 145. Except me.
- 146. Nice one, Clyde.
You just made it worse.
- 147. Well, I'm not that good at baking.
- 148. Then how do you explain this?
- 149. I'm just lucky.
- 150. - Baking runs in my family.
- What do you mean?
- 151. Remember when I took that trip
to France with my Nana Gayle?
- 152. That's where I met my great-Nana May,
- 153. - who owns a bakery in Paris.
- 154. She told me about
my great-great-Nana Collette,
- 155. - who ran a crepe shop in Calais.
- 156. And my great-great-great-great-great-Nana
Helene, who baked for French royal family.
- 157. Enchanté.
- 158. When I got home,
Nana Gayle showed me their recipe books
- 159. and I made cream puffs.
- 160. She said baking was in my genes,
- 161. just like Nana May,
Nana Colette, and Nana Helene.
- 162. Sorry, was that confusing?
- 163. - It was a lot of nanas.
- 164. You just gave me an awesome idea!
- 165. You're the best best friend ever!
- 166. Mm.
- 167. Hey, kiddos, it's late.
Time to get ready for bed.
- 168. Last one has to take out the garbage…
- 169. for the rest of the month.
- 170. Uh-oh.
A superb time to evacuate the premises.
- 171. - I get the mirror first!
- Not happening, dude!
- 172. You can't brush me off.
- 173. Quickly, let's skedaddle!
- 174. Um, I'm literally trying
to brush my teeth here.
- 175. We all are, honey.
- 176. Shh, I'm trying to brush my hair
and you made me lose count.
- 177. Well, I'm plucking nose hairs
and I lost count too!
- 178. Mom! Dad!
- 179. Lincoln has
to take out the trash for a month!
- 180. I don't care. What part
of the world are we from?
- 181. - Who spit toothpaste on my arm?
- Clyde's family's from France.
- 182. Well, my family is from right here
in Royal Woods, honey.
- 183. I'm not sure where my family is
from originally. Why?
- 184. If we knew, we could take
a vacation and meet our relatives.
- 185. - Vacation!
- Five-star hotel, please.
- 186. All we need to do is find out
where Dad's family is from.
- 187. - Okay, let's just slow down, everyone.
- Well, it can't hurt to find out.
- 188. All I will need, Father, is a DNA sample.
- 189. No needles. I hate needles!
- 190. Pshaw. Oh, Father.
Needles are for amateurs.
- 191. I shoulda… picked the… needles!
- 192. Boy, I'm glad I know where I'm from.
- 193. Please don't!
- 194. You couldn't have just
made him spit in a cup?
- 195. There's a scientific word for that.
- 196. Boring.
- 197. - Dad?
- No more tickles!
- 198. - There, there.
- Is it over?
- 199. Indeed. My test has determined
that we hail from a land
- 200. the Romans called…
- 201. Caledonia.
- 202. Uh, just give us the street name, Lis.
- 203. Street name, Scotland.
- 204. - Whoa!
- 205. - Scotland?
- We have family in Scotland?
- 206. - Cool.
- So exotic.
- 207. So international.
- 208. So expensive!
Thirteen of us traveling all that way?
- 209. I know, but we always do find a way
to make vacations work.
- 210. - And the kids always have so much fun.
- Please! Can we, please?
- 211. Prove your love to us.
- 212. Scotland, here we come.
- 213. Yeah!
- 214. Let's check the old vacay coin jar!
This is just what we've been saving for.
- 215. Where'd all the coins go?
- 216. What? This winning smile
doesn't whiten itself, you know.
- 217. Oh!
- 218. No bucks, no luck, dudes.
- 219. Really?
- 220. Mom, Dad, we can make this work! Trust me.
- 221. We just gotta be…
- 222. a little adventurous.
- 223. Loud family, welcome to Scotland.
- 224. - Whoa.
- 225. - You did it, Stinkin.
- Way to go, bro.
- 226. - Lincoln, you're the man.
- Totes awesome.
- 227. - This is great, Lincoln.
- 228. It's like something
out of a fairy tale.
- 229. - I can't wait to meet our relatives.
- 230. I don't see a mall,
but it's still totes pretty.
- 231. It's so wonderful, I don't even mind
seeing it in the sunshine.
- 232. Time fer
a wee dauber doon yonder.
- 233. - An accent already, Dad? Really?
- At least he's not wearing a kilt.
- 234. - Oh, yeah? Check it out.
- My eyes!
- 235. Sweet knees, Pops.
- 236. Oh! Bobby's not gonna believe I'm here.
- 237. Boo Boo Bear.
- 238. Boo Boo Bear. Boo Boo Bear. Boo Boo Bear…
- 239. - Owie!
- Boo Boo Bear.
- 240. Babe. I miss you so much!
- 241. Oh, Boo Boo Bear.
- 242. I hope you got my texts!
- 243. I sent one every hour
on the hour just like you asked.
- 244. - How's the vacay?
- It's amazing here.
- 245. What? Oh, I lost you there for a sec.
- 246. - I was saying how much I love Scotland.
- 247. Wait. You're breaking up.
I can't hear you.
- 248. Babe, I can't hear you.
- 249. - I love Scot—
- 250. Breaking up… you.
- 251. Wait. What?
- 252. Breaking up… you.
- 253. Stupid phone.
- 254. Did Lori just break up with you?
- 255. She said she's in love with
some other guy!
- 256. Don't just stand there!
- 257. You can't let some other guy
be her Boo Boo Bear!
- 258. Heck no, I can't! There's only one
Boo Boo Bear and that's me!
- 259. Looks like I'm going to Scotland!
- 260. - Wait!
- 261. What was I thinking?
You can't ride a bike to Scotland…
- 262. …without a helmet.
- 263. Okay, everyone.
So what do you say we meet some Louds?
- 264. Yes! Yeah!
- 265. Hmm.
- 266. Let's ask that fisherman
where we can find them.
- 267. - Yes!
- 268. Excuse me. We've traveled halfway
around the world to meet our relatives.
- 269. - We're the Louds! Do you know where—
- Louds? Louds!
- 270. Louds! Louds!
- 271. Louds! Louds!
- 272. - Think he's coming back?
- Don't worry, everyone.
- 273. I bet there are Louds this way. Follow me.
- 274. Let's do this!
- 275. Oh, yeah!
- 276. Whoa, cool!
- 277. What the sheep?
- 278. Hmm. Quaint yet illogical.
Just like that door over there.
- 279. Have a lovely day, my dear.
- 280. - Watch your step, Mrs. Turnberry.
- Thank you, Angus.
- 281. Someday, someone will help us
fix this silly town.
- 282. One can only hope, ma'am.
- 283. Looks like someone failed Door-Making 101.
- 284. Hey, I bet those signs will tell us
where to look!
- 285. Or not.
- 286. Someone failed Sign Making 101 too.
- 287. How do I get out of here?
- 288. Dudes, look at that!
- 289. It's nine o'clock and all is well.
- 290. Never seen that before.
- 291. Rita! They have a fish shop
and a chip shop.
- 292. - The fish goes on chips!
- No, the chips on fish!
- 293. Nobody likes cold fish.
- 294. - You're a cold fish!
- Well, you married me, didn't you?
- 295. This place is crazy town.
- 296. Talk about bonkers.
- 297. Who's running this show?
- 298. Have a nice day, Scott!
Hi, Scott! Hey, Scott!
- 299. - Why are you calling everyone Scott?
- Um, we're in Scott Land? Duh.
- 300. What's up, Scott? You must be—
- 301. Scott.
- 302. Yeah. How did you know that?
- 303. Leni?
- 304. Uh, bye, Scott from Scott Land.
- 305. That was Scott.
- 306. Could it be?
- 307. Hey, Angus, you're not going
to believe who's here. Look!
- 308. Well, blow my bagpipes!
- 309. - Oh, hi.
- 310. Everyone is so friendly.
- 311. Pardon me. Are you really Louds?
- 312. Yes! We sure are!
- 313. Then welcome to Loch Loud!
- 314. - Loch Loud?
- That's right, lad!
- 315. This town was founded by your ancestors!
- 316. "For You" is a weird name for a town.
- 317. Uh, I'm sorry, but who are you?
- 318. Oh, ha!
- 319. Forgive me! I'm Angus,
the groundskeeper here at Loud Castle.
- 320. And I welcome you to your ancestral home!
- 321. - Sweet!
- So fancy.
- 322. - This is more like it.
- Wowie, wow.
- 323. I can't believe Louds lived here.
- 324. We could fit 100 of our houses in here.
- 325. Oh me, oh my!
- 326. Do my eyes deceive me? Why, you're, um…
- 327. Louds!
- 328. Yes, I heard the song, Angus.
Everyone in Scotland heard the song.
- 329. Our dreams have come true, Morag!
Louds are back after 400 years.
- 330. Oh, my!
- 331. Put me down!
- 332. Oh! Sorry. Sorry.
- 333. Loud family, may I introduce Morag,
the castle caretaker.
- 334. Oh! Would you care to take my bag?
- 335. Lola! Sorry.
- 336. I can barely believe Louds have returned
to their rightful place.
- 337. Well, for a week.
- 338. A week? Not forevermore?
- 339. Oh, let's not pry, Angus.
- 340. The family is only here on holiday.
- 341. Yes, well, I do hope you enjoy your visit.
- 342. You'll find lovely accommodations
in the village.
- 343. Or they could stay here!
It's their family's castle after all.
- 344. - You mean it?
- We can stay?
- 345. Yes!
- 346. What a marvelous idea.
- 347. - I've never been so excited.
- Can we call you Aunty Morag?
- 348. - Oi! Hands off the antiques.
- 349. - Oh, my.
- It was like that already.
- 350. That one's on me.
- 351. Uh, Mr. Angus, sir,
what can you tell us about our ancestors?
- 352. Oh! A grander clan
this land has never seen!
- 353. Whoa!
- 354. Am I experiencing double vision?
- 355. It's old-timey us!
- 356. When did we pose for this?
- 357. Ten girls and one boy.
Literally just like us.
- 358. That's amazing.
- 359. Yes!
- 360. Yeah. How about that?
- 361. Just a week. Only for a week.
- 362. Would you fancy a look
at the rest of the castle?
- 363. Yes!
- 364. Last one to their room
is a Scotch egg. Get it?
- 365. - No, I don't.
- No touching!
- 366. It's just impossible to find
good help these days.
- 367. - Woo-hoo!
- 368. No roughhousing. Hey, you!
Hey, hands off the tapestries. Tapestries!
- 369. So, let me guess.
The sisters were all special, right?
- 370. Oh, aye! All were exceptional.
- 371. Our loch has never seen anything
quite like the Loud lassies!
- 372. Of course.
- 373. But there was also—
- 374. - Stinkin!
- 375. - Come here.
- 376. - Chop, chop!
- Sorry, Angus, I gotta go.
- 377. What? What is it?
- 378. You have to see this.
- 379. Wow! Look at this!
- 380. We all get our own rooms!
- 381. Lincoln, come look.
- 382. I can jam in peace.
- 383. Cool.
- 384. I can rest in peace.
- 385. Spooky.
- 386. Whoa!
- 387. No more tea parties
ruined by Lana's burping.
- 388. Wanna bet?
- 389. My room has a hot tub.
- 390. Yeah, I noticed.
- 391. Whoa!
- 392. I've found my happy place.
- 393. Boom-boom!
- 394. Mine has a fashion runway!
- 395. Styling!
- 396. Mine is big enough to be a comedy club.
- 397. We each have our own bathroom!
- 398. What?
- 399. I'm gonna take like 100 leaks a day.
- 400. Ah, there you are, lad.
- 401. Before you were whisked away,
I tried to tell you
- 402. that the most special
of all your ancestors was the duke.
- 403. The duke?
- 404. Aye. And don't you know,
you'll be staying in his room.
- 405. Whoa!
- 406. Wait. The boy in the painting
was the duke?
- 407. - Aye.
- Hang on.
- 408. The boy in the painting
with the white hair was the duke?
- 409. Aye.
- 410. The boy in the painting
with the white hair that had ten sisters
- 411. and looked just like me was the duke?
- 412. The one and only!
- 413. He was the most special Loud
there ever was.
- 414. Yes!
- 415. Far and wide people knew his name.
- 416. His deeds were noble. His heart was stout!
- 417. - Whoa!
- 418. Sweet digs, Stinkin.
- 419. The boy was the duke!
- 420. Whatever tugs your tonsils, bro.
- 421. Hey, Angus, what's the deal
with all the dragon stuff?
- 422. Ah, so you noticed!
- 423. If it's dragons you fancy,
there's something you should see.
- 424. Ha!
Come with me.
- 425. Whoa.
- 426. The reason why dragons are celebrated here
is that they are a part of our history.
- 427. I knew it! Dragons are for reals.
- 428. Sounds like hooey to me!
- 429. Oh, they're as real
as the tartan in my kilt.
- 430. In fact, your ancestors
had their very own dragon.
- 431. And when the family left, so did she.
- 432. Whoa, a dragon cave!
- 433. Keep dreaming.
- 434. If it's proof you need,
- 435. take a gander at what
your ancestors' dragon left behind.
- 436. Whoa! Oh, man. I told you!
- 437. This is wack-a-doodle!
- 438. Miss Lynn, if you wouldn't mind
taking Miss Lily for a moment.
- 439. Just as we hoped
that someday Louds would return,
- 440. we hoped a dragon would too.
- 441. It's hatched!
- 442. You mean there's a dragon
on the loose in here?
- 443. - Uh-oh.
- No sudden movements.
- 444. Easy does it. Remain calm!
- 445. Angus!
- 446. Ah! Run for your lives!
- 447. - Aw, so cute.
- Puppy dragon.
- 448. Look at that little face.
- 449. We gotta name this little pup.
- 450. Lela.
- 451. Her name is Lela.
- 452. I love her so much.
- 453. She's so cute.
- 454. Biologically improbable yet so adorable.
- 455. Can we keep her?
- 456. Okay. But I am not changing her diaper.
- 457. - Yes!
- Thanks, Mom.
- 458. Dude, pick a key.
- 459. Uh, what are you doing, honey?
- 460. Duke-ing.
- 461. Right in front of us?
- 462. You know we have our own bathrooms now.
- 463. Hmm?
- 464. Hmm.
- 465. Nice toilet paper scarf.
- 466. Seriously? Pantaloons this time of year?
- 467. I think Lincoln's gone
a little panta-looney. Get it?
- 468. What the what?
- 469. At least someone knows royalty
when they see it.
- 470. The rest of you might wanna get on board.
'Cause this Loud is about to rule.
- 471. - Dinner is served.
- I'm okay.
- 472. - I cooked everything in the castle.
- 473. I ran out of garlic, so I used Gaelic.
- 474. Good one, Dad.
- 475. I call the turkey!
- 476. Save some for me.
- 477. Yay, burritos!
- 478. This is all your doing.
- 479. It was my pleasure.
- 480. What a day!
- 481. The Louds are back and so is a dragon.
- 482. Bawitotos.
- 483. I'm so glad we did this.
- 484. Aye, m'lady.
What a happy clan we have.
- 485. Thanks, Angus.
- 486. - Mmm.
- 487. So, what's a guy got to do
to become the duke around here?
- 488. Come again?
- 489. I was thinking about it,
and the duke and I look alike,
- 490. we both have ten sisters, white hair,
a turkey tail, we're the same height…
- 491. Dragon.
- 492. Whoa!
- 493. Holy moly, she grows fast.
- 494. Big girl!
- 495. So the way I see it,
A plus B equals me being the new duke!
- 496. What do you think?
- 497. Lincoln, I'm afraid
it's not that simple, lad.
- 498. Wisely spoken.
You should listen to Angus.
- 499. One can only become the duke
by making life better
- 500. for the people and our village.
- 501. I see.
- 502. Help the town and become the duke.
- 503. Piece of cake.
- 504. Now, if you'll excuse me,
I've got work to do.
- 505. 'Cause tomorrow, I'm gonna duke
this town up! Oh, yeah!
- 506. You fool! Blathering on
to that featherbrained boy
- 507. about becoming the duke!
- 508. Oh, the people would love a new duke.
- 509. "Oh, the people would love a new duke."
- 510. I don't care a jot
about those peasants!
- 511. They're not peasants, Morag.
They're our neighbors, friends.
- 512. Enough with your twaddle!
- 513. Thanks to you flapping your gob,
I'm stuck with these hooligans!
- 514. Crashing through the crowded halls,
dodging girls like—
- 515. - Ping pong balls?
- Just to reach the bathroom on time.
- 516. That's rather catchy.
- 517. Don't you get cheeky with me.
- 518. My ancestors have cared
for this castle in peace and quiet
- 519. ever since they drove away the…
- 520. I mean, ever since the, you know,
the first Louds sailed away forever.
- 521. Oh, I deserve better than
to be banished to your wretched hovel.
- 522. It's only for a week.
- 523. And you'll have oodles of quietness here
in my little castle.
- 524. Shall I give you the grand t— Oof.
- 525. Oh.
- 526. Good night, Morag.
- 527. Castle spirits, hear my plea.
- 528. I summon a Loud from my family.
- 529. On mystic winds, across Scottish moors,
- 530. send the girl
who once walked these floors.
- 531. - What time is it?
- It's late.
- 532. I'm still parachute-lagged.
- 533. What's this about, Luce? I need my sleep.
- 534. My family from this world,
meet our family from another.
- 535. Lucille Loud.
- 536. Charmed, I'm sure.
- 537. G-G-Ghost!
- 538. O-M-Ghost!
- 539. She's like a glow-in-the-dark Lucy.
- 540. It's a pleasure to meet you,
and to be home after 400 years.
- 541. Dragons and ghosts?
- 542. - This place has everything.
- 543. - She's literally floating.
- 544. - Love the see-through look.
- 545. - Honey?
- 546. We did take this trip to meet relatives.
- 547. Yeah, but not creepy ghosty ones.
- 548. I heard that.
- 549. - Good morning, Morag.
- Your athletic supporter, sir?
- 550. Not mine.
- 551. Dear Old Aggie,
- 552. you so cleverly drove away
those royal ruffians
- 553. to have peace and quiet.
- 554. How pained you'd be to hear
new Louds have returned!
- 555. Thank goodness it's only for a week.
- 556. - I wanna ride her!
- My turn!
- 557. Oh, you found it. Thanks, Morag.
- 558. Ow.
- 559. Oh! Poor Aggie!
Look what those beasts did to you.
- 560. - Say, "Ah."
- 561. Excellent.
- 562. Is someone there?
- 563. I—
- 564. Poo-poo.
- 565. Only for a week.
- 566. Good day, lad.
- 567. You got that right.
I'm about to become the new duke!
- 568. You might wanna tell Morag
to start polishing that crown.
- 569. I certainly will not be doing that.
- 570. So, did I make life better
around here or what?
- 571. All right.
Then how do we make this official?
- 572. - We have a coronation.
- Duke! Duke! Duke!
- 573. Oh, how glorious. Loch Loud will have
a new duke for a week.
- 574. Duke for a week?
- 575. Actually, six days, 11 hours,
23 minutes and four seconds.
- 576. But who's counting?
- 577. I burst into dance for a tourist?
- 578. Such a shame.
- 579. Lincoln?
- 580. Take heart, lad. The hard part is over.
- 581. Our people want you to be the duke.
- 582. Now all you need to do is convince
your family to move here, eh?
- 583. Easy peasy.
- 584. How do I look?
- 585. Oh! Brilliant, sir. But why a suit?
- 586. It's my blue convincing suit.
- 587. I wear it whenever I need to talk
my family into something.
- 588. It's never let me down. Right, Lil?
- 589. Man with plan.
- 590. Scotland! Where
the Loud clan first rose to prominence.
- 591. Our family came here on vacation
to find our ancestors.
- 592. We found so much more.
- 593. We found our town,
our castle, our history.
- 594. And most importantly, we found ourselves.
- 595. So true.
- 596. But soon, our vacation will end.
- 597. No!
- 598. Unless we seize the chance
of a lifetime and fulfill our destiny!
- 599. How, you may ask?
- 600. By moving to Scotland,
where the Louds can truly live loud!
- 601. Loud and proud.
- 602. That last part always gets me. So?
- 603. I'm in!
- 604. This is all 'cause you wanna be the duke.
- 605. What? No. It has nothing to do—
- 606. No, no!
- 607. - No, no, no.
- Fat chance, Lincoln.
- 608. Yeah, okay.
So maybe that has a little to do with it.
- 609. But moving here would be
wonderful for all of us!
- 610. Sweetie, we're on vacation.
We have a life in Royal Woods.
- 611. - Not to mention schools.
- 612. Adoring fans.
- 613. We're not moving to Scotland.
- 614. Yeah.
- 615. Mom's right. Forget it.
- 616. We should just enjoy our vacation
and go back home…
- 617. to our house with one bathroom.
- 618. We're moving to Scotland.
- 619. - Go, Lincoln!
- That's my brother.
- 620. Royalty runs in the family.
- 621. Oh, thank you.
- 622. Mwah! Mwah!
- 623. Oh!
- 624. For four centuries, our loch
has been without a duke,
- 625. ever since the first Louds
broke our hearts
- 626. and decided to sail away forever.
- 627. Aw!
- 628. I cannot believe my ears.
- 629. From today on,
our village will be duke-less no more.
- 630. Lincoln Albert Loud,
by the powers vested in me…
- 631. Ooh! Cool duke stick.
- 632. It's the royal scepter, sire.
- 633. By the powers vested in me,
- 634. I dub thee
- 635. the…
- 636. I dub thee…
- 637. Duke of…
- 638. The Duke of Loch Loud.
- 639. Yes!
- 640. Loud Castle!
- 641. Isn't this awesome?
- 642. Us Louds, you two,
hanging at the castle just like old times.
- 643. I hate
- 644. the Louds!
- 645. - What a wretched day.
- I wish we were out in it.
- 646. But seriously, cousin,
we have an urgent matter to discuss.
- 647. Our bond of eternal sadness?
- 648. Nay, what I must say,
others may not want to hear.
- 649. Lucy, what Morag said
at the coronation is not true.
- 650. My family did return to Loch Loud.
- 651. On that fateful day,
our hearts were as full as our sails.
- 652. We longed to be home again.
- 653. I've missed me laboratory.
- 654. And my coffin.
- 655. And me Scott. He's from Scott Land.
- 656. We know.
- 657. Home is on the horizon. Land ho!
- 658. Look, family! It's our Lolo.
She's come to escort us home.
- 659. - Lolo!
- That's our girl!
- 660. What's come over her?
She's turning us away.
- 661. - How are we to get home?
- We're not.
- 662. The dragon forbids it.
- 663. But why?
- 664. According to ancient lore,
the dragon is the protector of the loch
- 665. and a duke's truest friend,
until it deems the duke worthy no more.
- 666. Ding dang ancient lore!
- 667. I've done nothing to earn such a fate.
Lolo, I command thee to let us pass!
- 668. 'Tis no use, dear brother.
Our fate has been decided.
- 669. I shan't argue with that.
Mother, turn the ship around.
- 670. And to all,
bid your farewell to Loch Loud.
- 671. What now?
- 672. Uh… you must give the crown back.
- 673. Of course.
- 674. That's so sad.
- 675. Normally I like sad, but that's too much.
- 676. Why would Morag lie
about your family never returning?
- 677. Our caretaker Old Aggie!
- 678. She kept a journal that chronicled
everything that happened in the castle.
- 679. Perhaps the answer lies within its pages.
I wonder where it may be?
- 680. My deviously brilliant,
wicked, dear Old Aggie.
- 681. Mwah! Ew.
- 682. You were the first to rid this loch
of hideous Louds!
- 683. Well done,
you monstrous, pea-brained cretin.
- 684. You got rid of your duke
and I shall get rid of mine!
- 685. Hi, Lincoln!
- 686. How is the best bud that a best bud
- 687. could ever have enjoying his vacation?
- 688. You won't believe it, Clyde!
Turns out my family is royalty
- 689. and I'm the new Duke of Loch Loud.
- 690. Holy dream puff! That's awesome!
- 691. I guess now that you're a duke,
you don't have to worry if you're special.
- 692. Yup! No more being stuck
in my sisters' shadows.
- 693. Yes!
All hail the duke!
- 694. Wait a minute. How are you gonna be
the Duke of Loch Loud in Royal Woods?
- 695. Do they have, like, an exchange program?
- 696. Um, not exactly, which is why…
- 697. we moved to Scotland.
- 698. Clyde?
- 699. Lincoln, this is the coolest news!
- 700. It is? That's such a relief.
I can't wait for you to come visit.
- 701. Me too! I'd love to visit Scotland!
Hey, I gotta go.
- 702. But call me later, 'cause I wanna hear
all about your new amazing life!
- 703. Needs more cinnamon.
- 704. Ah, what a friend.
- 705. The sisters! Yes, that's it.
- 706. - Morag.
- 707. You… You're a ghost!
- 708. You told the people that my family
sailed away forever. 'Tis not true.
- 709. I was there.
- 710. I know only what
my ancestors passed down to me.
- 711. I want to see for myself.
- 712. - Old Aggie's journal. Where might it be?
- A journal?
- 713. I didn't know she kept a journal.
- 714. We've got our eyes on you.
- 715. Bravo, Miss Luna. Bravo.
- 716. Aw, thanks, Morag, dude. Rock on!
- 717. Indeed. Heh.
- 718. May— May I ask? Why hide
your musical light under a bushel?
- 719. I'd tell you if I knew what that meant.
- 720. The village has not heard
such stunning bagpipery
- 721. since the golden age of your ancestors.
- 722. Whoa! I had no idea
my oldies liked to rock.
- 723. Yes, they excelled in many things.
- 724. Music, fashion, sport, wise-crackery.
- 725. It was they who put the loud in Loch Loud.
- 726. Whoa.
- 727. Oh, how the people would love
- 728. for that golden age to return
with you lassies.
- 729. I'm snacking what you're packing.
- 730. Uh… come again?
- 731. I'm in, dude!
I'll go tell the other lassies.
- 732. Ooh, a letter! Say thanks to Lisa,
big metal bee.
- 733. I'm supes excited!
- 734. My sisters and I are gonna perform
in the village.
- 735. And you'll look smashing
in this new dress.
- 736. Oopsie.
- 737. Oopsie.
- 738. Quite funny.
- 739. For my next
spellbinding act of magic,
- 740. I need one crown.
- 741. Voila!
- 742. Oh, dear.
- 743. Royal crown, I see thee so.
- 744. But this duke is hungry,
and he wants a burrito!
- 745. Ta-da!
- 746. My bad, Lil. I didn't give you
enough time for the switcheroo.
- 747. Oh, no, sire!
It was jolly good enchantment!
- 748. Now, Sir Duke, I believe it's time
for you to seize the royal day
- 749. and go to the village,
and serve your people!
- 750. Um, I think me and Lil will stay here
and work on our trick.
- 751. But, sire,
the people have been waiting 400 years
- 752. for their duke to make
their loch a finer place.
- 753. Well, when you put it that way…
- 754. Lil, your big bro's got
some important duke business to do.
- 755. A banner job, sire.
- 756. Our chimneys have needed
a keen spiffying for centuries.
- 757. Uh-huh. How many more?
- 758. One down. Just 432 to go.
- 759. Well, it's worth it
if the people are happy.
- 760. Sire, I'm not certain
where that's coming from.
- 761. What? Not again!
- 762. Lincoln? Is everything all right?
- 763. Luna! Luna!
- 764. When is a piece of wood like a king?
When it's a ruler.
- 765. Here's Leni Loud.
She's the talk of the Highlands.
- 766. This is what talent looks like, people.
- 767. Yeah!
- 768. Look at that sister skating!
- 769. Oh, yeah. Drink in the talent.
- 770. Loud sisters hoo! Loud sisters ha!
Loud sisters ho, ho, ho!
- 771. Oh, poor, poor duke.
- 772. It's not fair. I'm the duke!
- 773. I'm supposed to be
the most special Loud of all.
- 774. Not stuck in your sisters' shadows.
- 775. That's what I always say.
- 776. Is it now? Hmm.
- 777. There must be something we could do
- 778. to put a proper spotlight
on our dear duke.
- 779. Yeah.
- 780. Ooh. What about that?
- 781. - What about what, sire?
- 782. I could ride the dragon
just like my ancestor.
- 783. Brilliant idea, sire!
- 784. I can just picture it.
- 785. The people watch you soar overhead,
then break into cheers,
- 786. more certain than ever that you are
the most special Loud there ever was.
- 787. This is gonna be so awesome!
- 788. Oh, yes.
- 789. More than you could ever imagine.
- 790. Hello, my people!
- 791. Oh, look at that!
- 792. Lincoln?
- 793. Go, Lela!
- 794. Woo-hoo! Yeah!
- 795. Woo-hoo!
- 796. This is amazing.
- 797. Duked it.
- 798. No one's ridden a dragon here
- 799. He drew his own face!
- 800. Hey! Adoring fans?
- 801. Yes!
- 802. Time for the real spectacle.
- 803. Lela, what are you doing?
- 804. - Lincoln!
- My baby bro.
- 805. Why… can't… I steer you?
- 806. - Lincoln.
- This way!
- 807. - Come on.
- There he is!
- 808. - Lincoln!
- 809. Ah! Get out of the way!
- 810. Look out!
- 811. - Ah!
- 812. Oh, no! We're in-tuh-rubble. Get it?
- 813. - Help!
- Lad, grab on!
- 814. Och, steady now, I've got you!
- 815. There you go.
- 816. Oh, no.
- 817. Don't worry. I can fix everything.
- 818. I'm the duke, remember? Here, watch.
- 819. See? Good as new.
- 820. Oh, no!
- 821. It's okay. You still have the fish shop.
- 822. That's a relief.
- 823. How could you?
- 824. - We trusted you.
- I loved that chippie!
- 825. How dare he?
- 826. Lincoln!
- 827. - What a mess.
- It's a disaster.
- 828. This place is trashed.
- 829. Oh, don't be sad.
- 830. Lela did precisely what
she was asked to do.
- 831. That's it.
- 832. Good girl! Morag needs you
to be big and strong.
- 833. Even dukes have bad days, sire.
- 834. Bad day? Try "worst day ever."
From the worst duke ever.
- 835. It hurts me to hear you say such a thing.
- 836. The people need you now more than ever.
- 837. Lincoln? Lincoln?
- 838. Hey, everyone! I found him!
- 839. - Are you all right?
- How you doing, buddy?
- 840. - We were worried about you, honey.
- Yeah, you really bombed out there.
- 841. - Lola!
- Not funny.
- 842. Totally uncool, dude.
- 843. If you'll let me finish!
- 844. We all blow it sometimes.
- 845. We want you to know
that we talked about it,
- 846. and tomorrow,
we're gonna help you rebuild the town.
- 847. Really? Aw, you guys are the best.
- 848. Well, of course they are! They're Louds!
- 849. Do you think the people will forgive me?
- 850. If there's one thing about our people,
it's that they don't keep a grudge.
- 851. Go home, Duke!
Go home, Duke! Go home, Duke!
- 852. - We've lost everything!
- Out with you!
- 853. Leave our loch!
- 854. They're just blowing off some steam.
- 855. - Oh, they'll come around.
- Just give 'em time, bro.
- 856. No, they're right.
- 857. Sire, no. I beg of you.
- 858. I don't deserve to be the duke.
- 859. Can we go home now?
- 860. Toodle pip. Bye-bye!
- 861. I wouldn't want this
to be seen by the wrong eyes.
- 862. Now, dear Aggie,
it's time I fulfilled my destiny.
- 863. Gasp. It cannot be. Old Aggie betrayed us!
- 864. My dearest friends, thanks to you,
the Louds will be gone forevermore!
- 865. Great job!
- 866. Glad that's over. Back home we go.
- 867. Oh, sorry, almost forgot to mention.
- 868. Before the Louds skedaddled off,
- 869. they requested that I be crowned duchess!
- 870. I was like, "Me? What?"
- 871. They were like,
"Yeah, totally, you're the best."
- 872. It was so embarrassing.
But how could I say no?
- 873. So let's get on with it.
Trumpets, robe, adoration.
- 874. Morag, this is not—
- 875. By the power vested in me,
blahddy blah blah,
- 876. Angus dubs me the Duchess of Loch Loud!
- 877. You can't do this.
- 878. Silence, you ninny.
- 879. Oh, for argyle's sake.
- 880. Duchess!
- 881. No!
- 882. The Louds did no such thing.
- 883. I was there.
They never gave you the crown!
- 884. Angus is as honest as the day is long.
- 885. Is it true, Morag?
- 886. You know what? I could lie.
- 887. But why bother?
- 888. Guilty as accused!
- 889. Our people deserve better
than a liar and a thief!
- 890. We willnae stand for it! Imposter!
- 891. Very well.
I tried doing this the nice way.
- 892. Now I'll do it my way.
- 893. Huh?
- 894. We've been run out of lots
of malls before,
- 895. but never a whole country.
- 896. I didn't get to say goodbye to Scott!
- 897. Lela!
- 898. Or Lucille.
- 899. - Yo, Luce, looks like you'll get a chance.
- 900. Cousins! Cousins!
- 901. Lucille.
- 902. I come with grave news.
- 903. The best kind.
- 904. Not this time, Lucy.
- 905. Morag has stolen the crown
from our family and made herself duchess.
- 906. - Rude!
- 907. That's nefarious.
- 908. She can't do that.
- 909. We knew Morag couldn't be trusted.
- 910. But I did trust her.
- 911. - I fear it gets worse.
- Of course it does.
- 912. Morag is using the dragon
to chase away the people of Loch Loud.
- 913. - What?
- 914. With the ancient dragon stone.
It can turn a good dragon evil.
- 915. Wait. My dragon ride.
- 916. That's why I couldn't control Lela!
She was under Morag's power.
- 917. Translation, Morag wrecked
the village, not you.
- 918. It's still my fault.
- 919. I wanted to be the duke so badly,
I let Morag trick me.
- 920. Now those people will lose their homes.
- 921. I've gotta do something about this.
- 922. No, we all do.
- 923. You're always helping us.
- 924. This time, we're helping you.
- 925. Careful now.
- 926. Hurry. Come on, this way.
- 927. - Angus.
- Blow me bagpipes!
- 928. Sire! Sisters!
- 929. You're back! But I'm afraid
Morag is mad as a March hare!
- 930. We know. We've got a plan
to get that scepter and save the village.
- 931. I'd say day one as the duchess
has been a smashing success!
- 932. Peace and quiet at last.
- 933. Testing one, two, three.
- 934. - What?
- Let's start the show.
- 935. The Louds!
- 936. - I don't ding-dang get it.
- A boat, a crown, a muscle-arm?
- 937. And a smiley-face poop?
What is Leni trying to tell us?
- 938. Boat go bye-bye.
- 939. Kids!
- 940. Starboard!
What does that mean?
- 941. I don't know!
- 942. I thought I was done with you!
- 943. Show yourselves,
you deplorable, knee-high plonkers.
- 944. Ah!
- 945. Okay, girls!
- 946. Operation "Get The Scepter From Morag
And Save The Village Before It's Too Late
- 947. And Also Think Of A Shorter Name
For This Operation" is a go!
- 948. Luan, you're up.
- 949. There once was a duchess named Morag
Whose hair smelled like a floor rag
- 950. When she stole the crown
- 951. 'Cause now their ruler was a poo-bag
- 952. Come on, feel the noise!
- 953. Fore!
- 954. Leni, go!
- 955. Yay!
- 956. Ah! My eyes!
- 957. That teeth whitening was worth it.
- 958. Oops. Sorry.
- 959. - Lucy, you know what to do.
- Morag, catch me if you can.
- 960. Gotcha.
- 961. I was almost a goner. Maybe next time.
- 962. Fire!
- 963. Angus! What is going on?
- 964. - My dear Louds, it's madness!
- Where are the kids?
- 965. Oh, you know, just battling
a fire-breathing dragon.
- 966. - This way.
- Wait! I'm not ready.
- 967. - Now I'm ready.
- Blow me bagpipes!
- 968. That's it, Luce! Keep coming!
- 969. Here we go. It's my turn. I can do this.
- 970. Yes! I'm on the dragon.
- 971. Ah! I'm on the dragon!
- 972. Easy now.
- 973. Phew.
- 974. Fire!
- 975. - You!
- I won't let you get away with this!
- 976. - Let go!
- 977. - You stole it.
- It's mine!
- 978. Lincoln needs our help.
We have to get the others.
- 979. I command you to let go!
- 980. Command?
Is that what this is all about? Power?
- 981. Ha! No, this crown will guarantee
no Louds ever bother me again!
- 982. Hate to bother you, but…
- 983. Ah!
- 984. Lincoln!
- 985. We're coming!
- 986. Holy moly!
- 987. - Ah! There he is!
- My baby!
- 988. We're here, brother. Don't worry.
- 989. No, Lela!
- 990. Oh, you really bungled it.
- 991. You should have sailed away
while you had the chance!
- 992. Now prepare to be loud no more!
- 993. Fire!
- 994. No!
- 995. Stop!
- 996. Lincoln!
- 997. You want the crown so bad?
Come and get it!
- 998. - Lincoln!
- Don't do this!
- 999. Lela.
- 1000. - Lincoln!
- What do we do now?
- 1001. Just don't panic. Don't panic!
Don't panic! Don't panic!
- 1002. Oh, what a pity. Nowhere to run.
- 1003. This isn't the way to get what you want.
Maybe you can tell everyone you're sorry.
- 1004. Why, yes, I could…
- 1005. if I were a hare-brained fool!
- 1006. Now give me the crown!
- 1007. Never, Morag.
- 1008. It's "Duchess" to you.
- 1009. You can have all the crowns in the world,
but you'll never be the duchess.
- 1010. You will never be special!
- 1011. Just plain, boring Lincoln Loud.
- 1012. Always in your sisters' shadows,
just where you belong.
- 1013. You're wrong.
- 1014. I'm the fifth-best junior magician
in Royal Woods.
- 1015. What?
- 1016. What enchantment is this?
- 1017. Enough!
- 1018. No more tricks!
- 1019. Except one! Presto!
- 1020. Dragon, obliterate this ninny
and bring me the crown!
- 1021. What?
- 1022. Oh, dear.
- 1023. Ta-da! Lela!
- 1024. No!
- 1025. Backup plan.
- 1026. We did it! Way to go, Lily!
- 1027. All I wanted was my peace and quiet.
- 1028. - And I will have it! Give me the crown!
- Let go!
- 1029. Lincoln!
- 1030. Gotcha, Lil!
- 1031. Wait. What?
- 1032. Lela!
- 1033. Good girl.
- 1034. Slow down, Rita!
- 1035. - Careful, sweetie.
- 1036. Lily flying dragon!
- 1037. Let me go, you horrid beast!
- 1038. - That was awesome!
- Way to go, Linc and Lily!
- 1039. My babies!
- 1040. Oh, Lela, we can't thank you enough.
- 1041. Way to go, Lincoln.
- 1042. We love you, Lela.
- 1043. Who's a good dragon?
- 1044. To the Louds! For saving our home!
- 1045. To Lincoln, whom history will remember
as the loudest of the Louds!
- 1046. I'm sorry we doubted you.
- 1047. Duke Loud hoo! Duke Loud ha!
Duke Loud ho, ho, ho!
- 1048. Our duke is back!
- 1049. What you waiting for, Linc?
Put that baby on.
- 1050. If you don't, I will.
- 1051. Ever since we came here,
I wanted this crown more than anything.
- 1052. I thought if I had it,
I'd finally be special like my sisters.
- 1053. When I wore it,
- 1054. all I cared about
was what it would do for me,
- 1055. not what I could do for you.
- 1056. I'm sorry for being selfish.
- 1057. The thing is,
- 1058. someone kept trying to tell me
what it really means to wear the crown,
- 1059. but I wouldn't listen.
- 1060. I'm sorry for that too.
- 1061. That's why there's only one person
who deserves to wear this crown.
- 1062. - Angus, with the power vested in me—
- Lad, no.
- 1063. - By the royal Loud family—
- I can't.
- 1064. I dub thee the Duke of Loch Loud!
- 1065. No, no, I'm just a simple groundskeeper.
- 1066. - Oh, you're so much more.
- You're like family.
- 1067. You've always been there for us.
- 1068. The people have spoken, Angus.
- 1069. The duke!
- 1070. - Astonishing.
- It's our family.
- 1071. Yo, cuz!
- 1072. Twelve more ghosts.
That's fine. I'm totally fi—
- 1073. A more worthy duke
I've never laid eyes upon.
- 1074. For you are the true caretaker
of our home and us all.
- 1075. Thank you, Your Dukeship.
- 1076. Well, blow my bagpipes.
- 1077. Oh!
- 1078. - So, Duke, what about me fish shop?
- What about my chip shop?
- 1079. What about her?
- 1080. Oh, dear.
- 1081. Unhand me, beast!
- 1082. The dragon is the true guardian
of the loch.
- 1083. She shall decide Morag's fate.
- 1084. The joke's on you,
you scaly, putrid lummox!
- 1085. You gave me my peace and quiet.
- 1086. What? No. No!
- 1087. No!
- 1088. Lincoln, you giving the crown
to Angus was the coolest!
- 1089. You're a good dude, dude.
- 1090. Yes!
- 1091. But all that stuff
about you not feeling special…
- 1092. What was that?
- 1093. You're all so good at everything.
- 1094. You win trophies,
get your pictures taken, and…
- 1095. I wanted to be special too.
- 1096. Lincoln, you are special.
- 1097. I am?
- 1098. Yeah. Just like how Angus
takes care of everyone in Loch Loud.
- 1099. You take care of us.
- 1100. Every day, bro.
- 1101. For reals.
- 1102. That's why you're
the most special brother ever.
- 1103. - Literally.
- That's right.
- 1104. - I'll say.
- 1105. Hmm.
- 1106. I'm good with that.
- 1107. I love you, Lincoln.
- 1108. Aww!
- 1109. Warm feelings.
- 1110. - Get my good side.
- The brain belongs…
- 1111. I'll miss you, lad.
- 1112. If you ever need any duke advice,
you can call me.
- 1113. Deal. You are, after all,
the man with the plan.
- 1114. - Thank you!
- Bye! We'll be sure to write!
- 1115. Goodbye!
- 1116. Ah, that was one vacation
we'll never forget.
- 1117. - That's right.
- 1118. So long, adoring fans!
Try not to miss me too much!
- 1119. Scotland! Finally!
- 1120. Whoa!
- 1121. Excuse me, I'm looking
for a girl named Lori Loud.
- 1122. Can you tell me where she is?
- 1123. No!
- 1124. - Welcome home, buddy.
- Thanks, Clyde.
- 1125. - Mm-mm-mmm.
- 1126. Just the right amount of cinnamon.