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Chandler McCann is a minor recurring antagonist in 1st-4th season and the main antagonist in 5th-present season of The Loud House. He is Lincoln's arch-nemesis and one of the most popular kids at Royal Woods Elementary School.

He is an villainous jerk who enjoys bullying and taking advantage of other kids and treat them as his slaves while torturing Lincoln and his friends. He is plotting and scheming to destroy Lincoln's life by making him miserable and missed all the fun that he like. As of the fifth season, he becomes even worse and more of a bully towards Lincoln and his friends.

Personality

Chandler is a freeloader and a conceited boy who despises for Lincoln and his friends (mainly Lincoln Loud). He only invited Lincoln and Clydeto his birthday party because they gave him free stuff at the pizza arcade, and not because he likes them as friends. He also frequently calls Lincoln "Larry" and later "Lincoln Lame". He seemed to be very popular in elementary school, as seen in "The Waiting Game" when all the kids were excited to know who was going to be invited to his party. In "Jeers for Fears", he briefly acts respecting towards Lincoln and Clyde, but he goes back to being their rival as of "Wheel and Deal". He seems to have become even more of a bully towards Lincoln and his friends in middle school, actively bullying Lincoln and getting him in trouble for his antics, and also mocking Zach for believing in aliens. Perhaps for this reason, he no longer seems to be popular with his fellow students like he was in elementary school. He is also skilled at plotting and scheming to ruin Lincoln's life by making him miserable and missed all the fun that he like.

Appearance

Chandler has fair skin and auburn hair in a hairstyle similar to Luna's. Like Lincoln, he has freckles on his cheeks. He wears a green long sleeve shirt with white sleeves, which has a print of a blue gear, black pants with a black belt, and white sneakers with green stripes.

In "Shell Shock" and "Jeers for Fears", his shirt is now yellow instead of green.

Starting from "Wheel and Deal", his shirt is now dark green with a white gear.

In all of his Season 5 appearances following "Schooled!" however, he wears the yellow shirt he wore in prior seasons.

In Season 6, however, his outfit reverts back to the dark green shirt he wore in Season 4.

Biography

Background

Chandler is the son of a sewage plant worker. He goes to the same school as Lincoln and Clyde, but doesn't seem to be in the same class as them (though he ends up becoming Lincoln's classmate following "Schooled!") despite Lincoln referring to him as their classmate in "The Waiting Game". He's one of the popular students in school.

Involvement

In his debut episode, "The Waiting Game" in the first season, he invites all of Lincoln and Clyde's classmates to his birthday party that he annually throws at the sewage plant where his father works, but ignores Lincoln and Clyde. Then, when he sees Lincoln getting free food and tokens at Gus' Games and Grub because he helped Lori get a job there, Chandler gets Lincoln to do all sorts of favors for him, taking advantage of Lori's generosity towards her brother. He eventually does invite Lincoln and Clyde to his party, but in the end, Lincoln, seeing that his sister has to work overtime due to all the favors Chandler tricked him into doing it, decides to skip out on Chandler's party and cover for Lori at the restaurant so she can go to the school dance with Bobby.

Two seasons later, in "Jeers for Fears", Chandler and his friends, Trent and Richie, plan on checking out the Royal Woods House of Terror. Chandler believes that Lincoln and Clyde are too chicken to visit the attraction themselves, but when Lincoln says that he and Clyde plan to go there themselves, Chandler opts to tag along. When they eventually do go to the House of Terrors, however, Chandler and his two companions ultimately are the ones who end up running out of the house in fear first, as it turned out that they were too scared by the House of Terrors. Chandler then sees that Lincoln and Clyde successfully made it all the way through the House of Terrors (unaware that the pair were actually just as frightened as he was), and worries that they might rub in his shame at school. But Lincoln and Clyde tell him that they won't do that to him, and as a result, he seemingly comes to respect them a lot more.

However, in the next season's "Wheel and Deal", Chandler is back to being in an antagonistic role, this time appearing as one of Lincoln and Lana's rivals in the Royal Woods soapbox derby. He is only interested in winning the race and doesn't seem to care about getting to meet Bobbie Fletcher like Lana wants to. Seeing how much better his and the other race-cars are over the one Lana has built leads Lincoln and his friends to try to cheat in Lana's favor during the race.

As of the show's fifth season, in which he has made more appearances than previous seasons, Chandler is now one of Lincoln's classmates in Mr. Bolhofner's class at Royal Woods Middle School (due to Lincoln being unable to get a spot in Mrs. Salter's class with his friends because there's no room left). He has unfortunately become even more of a jerk to Lincoln and his friends than before, actively bullying Lincoln and getting him in trouble for his antics, and also mocking Zach Gurdle for believing in aliens. Perhaps for this reason, he no longer seems to be popular with his fellow students like he was in elementary school. He is most prominently featured in "Broadcast Blues", in which he convinces Lincoln and his friends to let him join the school's morning news program by buying them new equipment, and then uses his position on the crew as an excuse to bully other students. In the end, Lincoln and his friends get him to quit when they find out that he's been secretly selling stuff that washed up in his dad's sewage plant to afford the equipment and threaten to reveal this to everyone.

Outside of the show itself, Chandler also appears in the book Campaign Chaos!, in which he is Clyde's rival in the election for Royals Woods Elementary School's treasurer. He also appears in episode 13 of the Listen Out Loud podcast, in which he snags the table meant for Lincoln and Clyde, and wins a chance to spin the Wheel of Pizza at Gus' Games and Grub.

Trivia

  • He, alongside Flip and Principal Huggins, is one of the few characters to play an antagonistic role in more than one episode.
  • He is considered by some fans to be the most antagonistic character, though Morag from the Loud House Movie proved herself to be sympathetic.
  • Chandler has gotten through five designs, making him one of the characters to have the most design changes.
  • The episodes "Shell Shock" the ending of "Jeers for Fears", the ending of "Zach Attack", one of the scenes of "Wheel and Deal", and "Grub Snub" are currently the only episodes where Chandler is a good guy.
  • He is similar to Jordan Buttsquat from Camp Lakebottom who is an villainous jerk and enjoys bullying McGee and his friends.
    • He and Buttsquat were both arch-enemy to Lincoln and McGee, and trying to ruin their lives.
  • Some fans and admins believed that Chandler is not a villain, although he is a villain because he is simply goes beyond and villainous jerk who enjoys to taking advantage of Lincoln and his friends.

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