Another strength of this story is how Lori was portrayed. If in doubt, do not use. And the episode ends with Lincoln and Clyde, after spending most of the episode trying to get cookies, manage to buy a box from Lana and Lola. For a start, what is it with the references to zoo philia and bestiality in a kids show like this? This earns both of them the Friendship Badge, allowing them to become Bluebells after all. We're still on for disconnected eyelashes, right? They use the girl's dog to get a camera into the house, and Bobby begins to remove some of his clothing, as this only strengthens their suspicions. .
Lincoln plans to tell Lori, but when he sees her, she looks so happy talking to Bobby, that he can't bring himself to tell her about what he and Clyde saw. Before this scene, Clyde was nowhere to be seen. According to Lynn, one time, she claimed that there was no more bread left, but when Lori found a loaf of bread, she beat up Lynn with said loaf. They arrive at the restaurant, and question Bobby about proposing to that other girl. The kids confront Bobby about his alleged cheating. His efforts were hilariously pathetic, if that makes sense.
It's possible she was referring to Monica, but her hair is red, not blonde. When he suspects that Bobby might be cheating on Lori, its enough to get him to exercise so he can beat him and win back her honor. And even then, the evidence could still be circumstantial at best. It is your responsibility to ensure that you comply with all your regional legalities and personal access rights regarding any streams to be found on the web. Lincoln and Clyde continue to pursue them, eventually Bobby gets dropped off, and they follow him to yet another house. When they exit the house, however, it turns out that the guy kissing Clyde's neighbor was a different person presumably her actual boyfriend , while Bobby's apparently just friends with the couple.
Near the end of the episode, when Lori tells her siblings she should beat them for almost ruining her and Bobbys anniversary, Lynn. Cheater by the Dozen: Lincoln and Clyde think that Bobby is cheating on Lori, so they conduct an investigation on him. Sometime later, the sisters minus Lori are with Lincoln at Clyde's house, as they stake out to get more info on Bobby. Oh, and one last gripe, and I know this is a personal one, but where in the blue hell was Ronnie Anne in this story? Lana and Lola try out for Bluebell Scouts, but soon discover that one of them may be more suited for it than the other. Still, did Lynn have to yet again threaten to brutalise her brother? Now, unlike with previous episodes such as No Such Luck, Making the Grade and Brawl in the Family, this episode tones down its mean-spiritedness to far more acceptable and justifiable levels.
The setup was predictable from the start, but the story still contains a solid level of humour regardless. The sisters conclude that Bobby's not cheating on Lori, and get upset at Lincoln for apparently wasting their time despite them barging in his room and coming up with the stakeout in the first place. When the Louds ask him to explain what he was doing with all these other girls, he immediately agrees to do so, and does so while retaining a friendly expression, tone of voice and overall demeanour the entire time. Right off the bat, you can tell where this story is going. After Bobby leaves, they go across the street, and ask him what he was doing, but Bobby tells them to not tell Lori he was there, stating it's complicated, and rides off. Where has she been so far in season 2? All the information listed here is to be found on the web elsewhere.
This was a neat example of character development for Lori. Later, when they get to the tasks that Lola is good at and Lana finds boring, Lola tells her the exact same thing. Cast: Carlos Alazraqui, Collin Dean, Grey DeLisle, Jessica DiCicco, Nika Futterman, Caleel Harris, Lara Jill Miller, Liliana Mumy, Carlos PenaVega, Cristina Pucelli, April Stewart, Catherine Taber. Still, most of the faults I identified here were nit-picks at best, and nothing that ruined the overall experience. Lori arrives, and is surprised to see her siblings at the restaurant, and Lincoln tells her that Bobby has been cheating on her, which surprises both Lori and Bobby. Everything seems fine until Giovanni mentions how Clyde destroyed the food they had on the cart, and that they need to pay him back for it. His failures to lift weights in the gym and open a jar of anchovies were pretty funny, as were the scenes in which is he was performing push-ups or working on his legs, all the while speaking with Lincoln about how Bobby is a two-timer who needs to be dealt with.
The girl whom he drove around with is a girl named Monica whom he knows from his tour guide job , and explains that she was helping him out by showing him romantic locations that Bobby can bring Lori to. They now feel they have enough evidence to prove that Bobby is indeed cheating on Lori, and go to tell the sisters minus Lori. He says that the older woman whose house he visited, Pam, was fitting him for a tuxedo, and that the man from the café is named Darin, whom Bobby met on the bus, and that he was instructing Bobby on how to dance. They once again suspect Bobby of being a cheater, just with a different girl, and proceed to try and get photographic evidence before telling Lincoln's sisters again. Patching Things Up: Lana and Lola try out for Bluebell Scouts, but they soon discover that one of them may be more suited for it than the other.
Finally, he explains that the first girl, Teri, is his co-worker from the pizzeria, and that she was teaching him how to order food in Italian Mandarin. There were also other effective gags in this episode, such as the mention by Lynn that Lori once beat her over the head with a loaf of bread after she falsely stated they had no bread left. There are quite a few laughs to be found here. Cheater By The Dozen This episode was pretty funny. There was a decent level of humour in this story, so at the very least, the episode succeeds in relation to its basic requirement to entertain the viewers. Like Lori, he displays no resentment towards the Louds or Clyde for their actions in trying to sabotage their anniversary due to false assumptions. Lincoln presents all of the evidence that they gathered to prove Bobby's cheating on her, but Bobby disproves all of their suspicions.
He mentions that the girl from the mall, Dana, is his co-worker from the department store, and explains that she assisted him with the dress and earrings that he purchased Lori for their date. Lincoln and Clyde think that Bobby is cheating on Lori, so they conduct an investigation. We provide no support for third party add-ons installed on your devices, as they do not belong to us. Clyde attempts to attack Bobby, but he falls back, and lands against a bunch of food, causing it to fall over on the floor. While she refers to the option of a violent reaction and that she should beat them all up for their actions, she decides to thank them for them consideration and for looking out for her, as well as the extent to which they all went to do so. They go off to tell Lori, but she's already gone, and they can't contact her cellphone, so Lincoln decides that they need to head over to the restaurant to confront Bobby themselves.