The Loud House
"Dance, Dance Resolution"
Season 1, Episode 22A
Original air date: September 19, 2016
Written by: Alec Schwimmer
Amaris Cavin (story)
Directed by: Chris Savino
Guest(s): Charlie Schalter as the DJ
Pamela Adlon as Tabby
Amanda McCann as Giggles
Georgie Kidder as Polly Pain and Haiku
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"Dance, Dance Resolution" is the first segment of the 22nd episode of The Loud House.


It's the day of the school's Sadie Hawkins Dance, but Lincoln hides from Ronnie Anne because he actually wants to go to arcade at Gus' Games and Grub, which is having a 2-for-1 deal tonight. When he arrives home, his sisters immediately ask him if Ronnie Anne asked him to the dance, which Lori says is the most important event of a girl's life. Lincoln lies to them, saying that he waited all day for it, but she never came to him. However, later that day, right before Lincoln can go to the arcade, Luna, Luan, Lynn, and Lucy tell him they each found a date for him. Upon hearing this, Lincoln tells them the truth, and they sternly force him to go to the dance so as not to let their respective friends down.

At the dance, Lincoln, with help from Clyde, manages to find equal time with each of his four dates - Tabby, an aspiring musician who is Luna's friend; Giggles, a friend of Luan's who attends clown school; Haiku, Lucy's friend who is a poet; and Polly Pain, Lynn's roller derby friend. However, things becomes problematic when Ronnie Anne unexpectedly arrives. Lincoln goes back into hiding again, getting Clyde, Liam, Rusty, and Zach to cover for him for Haiku, Tabby, Polly, and Giggles, respectively.

As Lincoln attempts to leave while keeping hidden from Ronnie Anne, he eventually bumps into the four girls. They are initially mad at him for deceiving them, but they admit that they've been having a great time with his friends and tell him that they're going to spend the rest of the dance with them instead. Then, just as Lincoln thinks he's out of trouble, Ronnie Anne comes up behind him, forcing him to apologize for avoiding her. However, it turns out that Ronnie Anne never really wanted to go to the dance and was actually going to invite him to the arcade. As the dance draws to a close with Lincoln's friends slow-dancing with their respective partners, Lincoln and Ronnie Anne go the arcade.


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