|The Loud House|
|"Left in the Dark"|
|Season 1, Episode 1A|
|Airdate:|| July 11, 2015 (SDCC)|
February 5, 2016 (TVfest)
May 2, 2016 (TV premiere)
|Written by:|| Chris Savino|
Karla Sakas (story)
|Directed by:||Chris Savino|
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Lincoln is excitedly ready to watch the live season finale of AARGH! tonight and explains to the viewers that, since his sisters are always fighting over the TV remote, he has a plan to keep them preoccupied so he can watch his show. He seemingly manages to provide distractions for all of his sisters, but when he gets down to the couch, he finds that Lucy, whom he always forgets to take into account, has already beaten him to the TV and is about to watch the season premiere of her favorite show, Vampires of Melancholia. Lincoln convinces her that she should watch the show on the family's old black-and-white TV, but when he sets the old TV up in her and Lynn Jr.'s room, he causes a power outage in the house right when he plugs it in.
After he and his sisters gather together, Lincoln says they need to turn on the circuit breaker in the basement, but Lori insists on doing it herself since their parents left her in charge. Before any of them can go into the basement, however, they hear moaning coming from inside it, and Lana and Lola think it's a ghost. Lincoln calms his sisters down, saying he'll protect them. He then calls Clyde for assistance, but he fails to help due to his crush on Lori getting in the way.
Using the infrared on Luan's video camera, Lincoln heads down into the basement with his sisters right behind him, when they see a figure chanting Lincoln's name. Fortunately, when Lori gets the power turned back on, they find that it's just a pile of laundry, and the voice was Clyde calling Lincoln on his walkie-talkie. With the power back on, Lincoln successfully rushes back to the couch before any of his sisters can make it there, but to his dismay, he finds that the AARGH! season finale has already ended. His sisters feel sorry for him, and cheer him up by pointing out to him that he just lived his show, and they all sit down together to watch the video Lincoln recorded.