Lynn decides that she doesn't want to spend the night with her roommate. It starts to take its toll on him as she and Lucy continue their fight over the next few days. The first time it happens is when Lincoln decides to become a bad roommate for Lynn after Clyde mentions that he's such a good one. His face was edited to not change when Lynn tells him about the lack of balls. When I move to Michigan and Meet the Loud Kids, The Entirety of the Universe will change forever. Lincoln has his space back, but Lynn returns and brings all her stuff in and declares Lincoln the best roommate ever and decides to move into his room as a permanent resident.
Errors Did I ever tell you about the Full Front Teeth Fiasco? When Lincoln grabs it, Lynn tells him that he needs to learn how to share. Creator: Chris Savino Stars: Grey Griffin, Caleel Harris, Lara Jill Miller More information: , ,. The next morning, after another shower awakening, Lincoln notices that Lucy and Lynn actually do miss each other as they are holding onto some of the trinkets that they gave each other, while denying it to Lincoln. Sound of Silence: Lincoln buys a pair of earbuds to block the sounds his sisters make, but he gets into trouble when he says yes to all the girls' requests and doesn't know what he agreed to. Lincoln's plan that night is to fight fire with fire so Lynn will think he's the worst roommate ever. But when Lynn overstays her welcome, Lincoln must get the two to reconcile.
Crossovers with other shows later on. On the way to school, Lincoln explains to what happened, but can't just kick her out given the circumstances beyond his control. The next morning, is getting ready to take a shower to start her day but notices that Lincoln is in the shower and asks him angrily what he's doing. The other sisters don't want to get involved in this, and just decide to pretend they never saw that. First, when he tries to emulate Lucy, Lynn thinks he's just doing an impression for comedy's sake, and when he tries to use Lynn's own roughhousing antics against her, she instead loves it so much that she decides to move in with him permanently.
Lynn stretches saying she slept well and comments Lincoln looks terrible. After that, they decide to get some sleep. Afterwards, she plays with his toys, which he doesn't like. Lynn is happy to be bunking with Lincoln. They have themselves a little feud and Lincoln admits that he set up the whole dinner so that they could make up and Lynn could move out of his room and back into Lucy's.
Cowering before her, Lincoln confesses that he was wearing earplugs and couldn't hear her demands. The Universe now has a bunch of new Champions. Even though he's got the smallest room, Lincoln's still happy that he doesn't have to share it with anyone. Space Invader: After Lynn and Lucy get into a fight, Lincoln agrees to let Lynn bunk in his room for the night. Lincoln decides that he should do all the things Lola would expect him to do for her, such as cleaning her room, cleaning out the gutters, and creating topiary statues in the front yard. They then see what he tried to do and have themselves a little food fight to show that they have made up. Unfortunately, Lola has inadvertently forgotten to fill in on the plan, as her experiment about to explode and the others except Lisa are in shock to expect what is coming to them.
. With the help of his right-hand man Clyde, Lincoln finds new ways to survive in such a large family every day. He also promised to be her sparring partner for kickboxing, to act as a mannequin for her new fashion idea, and to use him as an ottoman to rest her feet, so she can paint her toenails. Lynn pins Lincoln down for the count and wins the match. It then comes up again at the very end, as the girls forgot to keep Lisa in the loop, resulting in her experiment that she thought Lincoln would help her with going out of control and causing a massive explosion, deafening everyone except her, since she used the earbuds Lincoln wore earlier. She even snores so loud and drools so much, that Lincoln can't get any sleep, so he goes to sleep in the bathroom where is peace and silence.
Lincoln suggests that they go to bed, but Lynn's not tired. He's even more tired while walking to school and at his wit's end about this whole Lynn issue. Even though the resolution was pretty sweet, I think the execution could've been better. Lincoln begs Lucy to make up with Lynn, but Lucy refuses to by saying she'd rather wear pink, something a goth like her would never do. Just then, he gets an idea that will surely drive Lynn out. However, she's not the only one he unknowingly made a promise to. During the night, Lynn's bouncing a tennis ball across the room.
As they meet, the two of them, instead of preparing to apologize, are awaiting the other to do so, thinking it's the other's fault their little squabble started. After getting them in the mail same-day delivery via drone , he puts the plugs on, and finds that he can no longer hear his sisters' noises. As soon as Lynn enters, Lincoln tries to tell her to not touch his stuff, but she takes his toothbrush, and uses it as her own. This is ultimately subverted when the girls reveal that they made up the stories about Lola in order to teach Lincoln a lesson. He first tries dressing up as a goth and read Lynn a depressing poem to mimic Lucy's lifestyle in hopes that she thinks that he's now following in Lucy's footsteps and doesn't want to hang with someone who is like her gloomy sister, but she thinks he's just impersonating her for fun and is impressed with him doing it spot-on so that backfires.