The Casagrande family is voiced by guest stars, including: Carlos Alazraqui The Fairly OddParents, Rocko's Modern Life, Hey Arnold! Lori promises to visit Bobby often, and Carl tells her that if Bobby ever cheats on her, he will happy to be her new boyfriend. Anyway, the Santiagos then set off to Great Lakes City and arrive at the apartment building of their relatives: the Casagrande Family, who, like the Louds, are also a big and noisy family. But the moment is cut short when they realize that they forgot to close the door outside and the cats barge into the apartment and start attacking everyone. And baby Carlitos likes to imitate everyone he sees The Casagrandes also have two pets: Lalo the Dog and Sergio the Parrot, who seems to hate Bobby for some reason. When John isn't running a business full-time, he likes to go to concerts with your mother. Crossovers with other shows later on.
Not wanting to force her daughter into something that she doesn't feel comfortable with, Maria tells her they can go home tomorrow. It also ends the running gag of Bobby having many jobs, since he found a permanent one in his grandfather's store. Lincoln points out that Ronnie Anne could just tell her family how she really feels about the decision, but Ronnie Anne rebuffs that no one else will listen to her, as she's the only one who disagrees with it. Santiago decides to make the move permanent which at first gains the ire Ronnie to the point of calling in Lincoln and Lori in an attempt to help convince Lori to get Bobby to return back home, but after talking, Lori learns that Bobby really likes his new gig working at the family grocery. She then tries to get some privacy in the bathroom, but even there she is not safe from the overcrowding family. But Lori reveals what really happened: after finally talking it over, and ultimately just wanting her boyfriend to be happy, Lori's willing to let Bobby stay with the Casagrandes and keep up a long-distance relationship with him--they can reunite after they get done with high school by enrolling at the college that Bobby and Ronnie Anne's uncle teaches at. Synopsis Act I and are seen leaving the in a rush.
However, when they go back into the building, they forget to close the door, leaving an opportunity for the cats. Hector throws a can of sardines to distract the Cats, so he, Bobby and the others can get to the Bodega. They end up tearing the place apart when Ronnie Anne and her mother accidentally leave the door open. Since parrots, such as Sergio, are known to repeat spoken words, it can be implied that Sergio once peeked in on one of the Casagrandes while they were showering and associated that phrase with the moving of a shower curtain. Lori, furious at this revelation, quickly drives off to the apartment with Lincoln in tow. Carlos Casagrande voiced by Carlos Alazraqui is a college professor and becomes the lynchpin for Bobby wanting to stay in his new setting. Maria asks them to not tell them yet, figuring that it will be best if they hear it from her.
Grandpas pants get pulled down by the cats, and Bobby then removes his own pants to show hes wearing the same kind of. Ronnie-Anne catches the Cake, but she drops it when the Cats leave the house, causing the family to laugh. Although Ronnie Anne loves the Casagrandes, she doesn't like the idea of living with so many people under one roof and that she really misses her old life back in Royal Woods. While a couple of characters may make you think of those at Royal Woods, Michigan, the majority all jammed together in an apartment make for a silly Loud House complement that fans should enjoy. Maria and Bobby don't mind the idea of moving in with their extended family, but Ronnie Anne's clearly distraught by what has just happened. When I move to Michigan and Meet the Loud Kids, The Entirety of the Universe will change forever. Her mom's surprised by this and questions her about it.
At night, Ronnie Anne tries to get some sleep, but no matter where she sleeps, someone or something would get in the way, such as Maria rolling onto her, a passing train making a lot of noise, the black alley cats meowing loudly, Lalo taking her sleeping spot, Bobby being too noisy to sleep with, the contents of the closet falling onto her, and Sergio sleeping in the shower. The first time she does this is when she becomes very emotional when Bobby is about to leave to visit his extended family on his mother's side. Lori is upset, because Bobby, along with Ronnie-Anne and their mom, is going out of town for the weekend to visit their relatives in the city. Below is the demo breakdown of the ratings for the debut of the all-new half-hour The Loud House special: P18-49 Rating: 0. This is my own version of the Loud House where I move to Royal Woods, Michigan. Bobby says that he has ideas for improvement too: like moving the milk to the end of the store, so customers can buy more stuff on the way there.
Sometime later, Bobby, Ronnie Anne and Maria arrive at the. Casagrande, who has Down syndrome. She sees that breaking the fourth wall does help after all. That night, Ronnie Anne is in her room enjoying an ice pop and starts to talk to the viewers, which is the tip Lincoln gave her, about how she'll have to get used to living with the Casagrandes. Lincoln runs back in the house, but he and Ronnie-Anne soon see that Lori and Bobby are now happily hugging each other.
Carlota, meanwhile, shows Ronnie-Anne the matching outfits she bought at the thrift store. Little do they know, their mother has a secret motive. Bobby fits in great, but Ronnie Anne struggles with the smothering nature of their relatives. Then Ronnie-Anne tells Lincoln to get Lori. While Lincoln gets accommodated with the Casagrandes, Ronnie Anne takes Lori over to the bodega, where Bobby's excited to see her, and leaves Lori alone with her brother. Hector runs the grocery store that Bobby works at and already appears to be a fun character.
And since Lincoln befriended the Casagrandes too, the disappointed Ronnie-Anne storms out of the house. Bobby fits in great but Ronnie Anne struggles with the smothering nature of their relatives. Ronnie Anne's happy that her mother understands her plight and they hug it out. Before the guys can exit the building, Hector tosses a container of fish onto the front steps, causing a swarm of to fight over the fish. This Memorial Day, one mission would be a real disaster! Aunt Frida loves taking pictures of everything she sees and she bursts out crying almost every time 5. Ronnie Anne is touched with what they did for her and changes her mind about moving before Maria tells them that they wouldn't be moving in after all. Lincoln, not wanting to see all the emotional drama, goes back inside.