The Loud House & Casagrandes Summer Cookout Guide | #FunniestFridayEver

The Loud House & Casagrandes Summer Cookout Guide | #FunniestFridayEver


The Louds and the Casagrandes
are having a summer cookout! It’s on. Let’s find the perfect job for everyone
to make this the biggest multi-family feast ever. With the Loud House and Casagrande
Summer Cookout Guide. First things first, we can’t have
a summer cookout without food. Who should be in charge of that?
Lincoln? Hey Lana, you wanna try half of my
peanut butter and sauerkraut sandwich? Uh, I eat some grody things,
but that is disgusting. [gagging] We’re with Lana on this one, Lincoln. We don’t think that’ll
be everyone’s favorite. Lynn Senior is the gourmet chef
of the family. I’m making a turgoosa. A pigeon stuff inside a goose,
stuffed inside a turkey. Three times the bird,
three times the deliciousness. But he’ll need help cooking
for that many people. Rosa Casagrande, AKA Abuela,
is also an amazing cook. She can bring all her
classic dishes as well. Oh, I wish you could smell
Abuela’s famous tamales. No Roberto, there are only
enough tamales for dinner. And is she’s cooking, we don’t
need to worry about a lack of food. Back it up, boys! [beeping] If Lynn Senior and Rosa are
cooking that much, they’ll need some aprons to stay clean. Leni and Carlota got this. Carlota’s great at thrift shopping. We’ll start by throwing out
all of these clothes. I usually donate, but nobody
is gonna want these. And Leni can work with any fabric. I was just doing the costume fittings
for our turkey pardoning skit. Quick! Bring Judge Lori her robe. Sowing custom aprons should be so easy. When you get this many people
together to eat, things can get messy. [yelling] That’s enough. So we need someone to manage this meal. Rita Loud is always on top of her game,
so she’ll be perfect! Why don’t you go and
help you father in the kitchen? Lincoln, I need you
to polish these spoons. Uh-oh, turns out Rosa brought
way too much canned food. But it’s great to donate
any extra food you can. Who can be in charge of food donation? I call this Yes We Can. Very clever, CJ. And now that I’m joining him,
we gonna double last year’s donations. Awesome, CJ and Ronnie Anne
are on the case. CJ look, it’s Mr. Park.
He hasn’t donated yet. Get him! With so much food in the house,
we gotta make sure no one spoils their appetite
before the cookout starts. Whose job should it be to protect
the grub from the greedy? – Ooh, mashed potatoes.
– Scram! Nice try, sister. But as officers of the Feast Force, it’s our job to protect
this food till tomorrow. – I was just–
– We said scram! Whoa, scary. Lola and Lana will definitely be
the barrier for this barbeque. But for the people that eat,
we need a table. Who’s gonna set it? Leni? We’re you going to put
a leaf in the table? I did, hello! OK, so Leni won’t be doing that. I know, Lori and Bobby can set the table. They make a great team. I mean, we literally have
such a great connection. – Don’t you think?
– Totally. But food’s not the only thing we need. A good cookout always
has ice-cold drinks. Lincoln loves Flip’s Flippies,
so he can get some for the whole party. Ooh, Flippies! A good barbeque needs good music. Who should be in charge of that?
Lucy? Embrace the emptiness.
Own the futility. The only song worth singing is silence. Whoa, that’s heavy Luce. A bit too heavy for a summer cookout. I know, Hector is a masterful songwriter
and so is Luna. They can do a duet. ♪ Two different families
Yet so much in common ♪ ♪ The loudness, the chaos
But we’ll just keep strumming ♪ ♪ Together is better
When we’re in harmony ♪ Do we have any other musicians
that would like to lend their talents? Mi vida, your beauty inspires my soul! Hey sweetie, got your chew-chew
jammies fresh from the dryer! Oh, Mommy! Buenisimo! It can be a trio. Now we’ll also need some dessert. Luan is pretty familiar with pies. [laughing] Just make sure the pies
make it to the table, Luan. Next up, we need some games.
Lynn’s got this. She can bring footballs, baseballs,
basketballs, you name it she’s got it. Just don’t get too competitive, Lynn. I hope you guys are hungry,
’cause it’s almost time for Lynner-Lynner chicken dinner!
Ding-a-ling-a-ling-a-ling! With contact sports happening
at the barbeque, it’s important to have
first aid kits on hand. Maria’s a nurse and she can
be in charge of cookout safety. Ah! Oh, this is just cranberry sauce.
I tripped on the way over. This is gonna be
the best cookout ever! We’ll need someone to take pictures,
so we can remember all the good times. Who should be the photographer?
Lincoln? Just gotta set the timer and… Everybody say ‘cheese’! Cheese! When is it gonna flash?
My jaw is cramping up. Give it a second. Yeah, I knew you’d blow it.
Let’s do selfies instead. – Totes!
– No, wait! Last time Lincoln tried to take
a family photo, it didn’t work out. But Frida is a photographer, she can
make sure we have all the memory. I love seeing my babies
play so sweetly. [crying] Summer cookouts usually
mean a lot of bugs. [screaming] We need someone to be on bug duty.
Lana? Now Chewy, share that
cookie with Chompy. Lana loves bugs, so that won’t work. I know, Lucy can use her séance candles
to keep them away. It’ll be a citronella séance. Ooh, spirit of Goldie,
our late family fish. Who really flushed you? And finally, none of this can happen
if we don’t have good weather. But how can we make sure
we have good weather? I called some friends at NASA.
They pulled a few strings, and a little cloud seeding later,
we have ourselves another snow day! Well Lisa, just call them and ask for
nice weather instead of snow. – Sound good?
– Yes! Thank you, NASA. Let’s see who’s left. Carlos, Carlitos and Lily. Well, Carlos can provide fun facts
for the whole family to enjoy. Ooh, did you know that sea anemones
glow when they’re scared? And Carlitos and Lily
can just enjoy being cute. Phew, we did it! This is gonna be the best
summer cookout ever! Which character would you like
to have a cookout with? Comment below and we’ll see you next time
on the Loud House and Casagrande Summer Cookout Guide!

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