Voice Actor for Lincoln Loud from The Loud House Gets Replaced (again)

If you didn’t know, the current voice actor for Lincoln Loud was not always Lincoln’s voice.

In the pilot, “Bathroom Break!!”, his voice actor was originally some kid named Sean Ryan Fox.

Then, the kid hit puberty, so to preserve the youth of the character, they replaced him with Grant Palmer, as can be heard in the short “Slice of Life”.

This would be the voice that everyone has gotten familiar with, as the show went on.

Then the ad for the Insta-Comic came out, and some people already noticed something kind of off.

Don’t see or, rather, hear it? Well, his voice is different. Getting different voice actors for cartoon commercials isn’t anything new, so I figured “Hey, calm down, it’s probably just for the commercial”.

But I guess not.

Source from Nika Futterman’s twitter, the voice actor for Luna Loud

Seems people should expect to accept another voice actor, as there’s already someone else lined up for the spot.


The Splat has announced that Loops and her original series are going to be airing over an unannounced weekend on The Splat (most likely sometime in October when the show turns twenty). I’m honestly really shocked; Nick confirmed legal reasons were what was holding the show back from airing.

Due to the issues with the one-shot shorts, I’m going to guess that The Splat is either going to have a very limited number of episodes or they’ll be doing the same thing they did with Weinerville, by editing out the shorts they no longer have the rights to and replace them with Rugrats.

So, while we’re still waiting for the weekend to be announced…Loopy’s back, goobers!

To all that people that is still complaining about Lincoln´s and Ronnie Anne “Abusive Relationship”

You’d think that all those years of watching Helga Pataki run roughshod over Arnold would’ve taught people that bullies sometimes act that way because they can’t help it yet, even if they know it ’s wrong and desperately wish they could change.

Ronnie Anne behaves this way. It will only change when Lincoln shows her that it’s safe for her to be herself without fear of being humiliated for it. The times that he actually said mean things appeared to really hurt her feelings, so it’s clear that the tough girl persona is very much an act for a very vulnerable girl.

Episodes in every American cartoon

- We got in a fight? Let’s split up the room/house with a line. That’s my half and that’s your half.
- Two characters accidentally swap bodies
- The musical episode
- It’s time to shrink really tiny and go into (other character) to solve their sickness!
- Character 1 and Character 2 are fighting for the affections of Character 3 (who probably does not like either of them)
- The background character-oriented episode
- Oh no! (Character) has made a bunch of clones of themself! We need to kill them all.
- The episode where a character gets successful/powerful/rich, becomes an asshole, then proceeds to ruin it all
- The birthday episode
- An episode that turns out to just be a dream
- A character dislikes a newly-introduced “adorable” character but nobody believes them until they eventually prove that the cute character is actually evil
- The “you saved my life”/lifedebt episode
- Holiday episodes
- The “how did the censors let them get away with this?” episode




The Gang. One Year Later. 

“The movie is very meta & answers pretty much every fan question I could think of” - Craig 

“The fact that so many employees currently at Nick are 90s Nickelodeon kids was crucial in bringing Arnold back for the Jungle Movie” -Craig 

“It’s a long fulfilled dream of mine to finally bring you this movie.”
- Craig Bartlett, creator of Hey Arnold (1996-2004; 2017)

The Jungle Movie premieres Thanksgiving 2017 

(Photos taken by Nickelodeon, Mike Peterson, and weirdfastballs, all on Twitter) 

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