The Loud House joins Histeria!-Part 9Miss Information: On June 20, 1782, the United States Congress decided to make the bald Eagle the national symbol.
Eagle: But take it from me pilgrims, it's not easy representing an entire country. There's Memorial Day and all that marching. There's President's Day and all those sales.
Lori: Hey, 99% off all shoes! (her and other runs over the eagle)
Eagle: Veteran's Day can be especially hazardous. (almost run over by scooters) Watch, it guys I'm a national treasure. Then, there's Independence Day. (fireworks went off) Incoming! And then posing for coins, T-shirts, postcards. Well after a few photo sessions, you can forget about sharp vision and eagle eye thing. Even the US flag gets his own special day. But I get nothing, not even a day. I just want one weekend off so I can spend time being a normal bird for a chance.
Leni: But Mr. Eagle, who would take your place?
Turkey: I will. (gobbles)
Eagle: Who the blue blazes are you?
Lisa: According to his resume, this turkey a honorary bird
The Loud House joins Histeria!-Part 8Father Time: For a 118 years, from 1485 to 1603, there was a family that ruled England and greatly influenced the rest of Europe.
Lincoln: Namely, we call them, The Terrible Tudors.
The Tale of the Tudors
Oh listen ye all to a tale that's true
When the War of Roses tore England in two
King Richard III one fateful day
Fought Henry Tudor in a brutal fray.
For poor King Richard life grew worse
He lost his kingdom for want of a horse
Henry VII was then made king
To Elizabeth of York he offered his ring
Elizabeth of York
I do! Let's give a fling!
This union again made England one
The couple was blessed with a healthy son
Young Henry grew up, the castle his home
When his father passed on he ascended the throne
Henry the VIII took a wife from Spain
Catherine Aragon was her name
She bore him a daughter a cute lit
The Loud House joins Histeria!-Part 7Pepper Ann: And now, Winston Churchill, Prime minister of Great Britain during World War II. (laughs hysterically)
Winston Churchill: I have nothing to offer but blood, toil, tears, and sweat.
Luna: And we have nothing to offer but this next cartoon, love.
PA: (laughs hysterically)
WC: Good show.
Father Time: The year 1945. The second World War draws to a close. (bullets flies everywhere) Slowly.
PA: Today, the leaders of Britain, the US, and the Soviet Union meet in Yalta on the Black Sea, to see who controls what of Europe. (Laughs hysterically)
Luna: The leaders of the meeting known as the Yalta Conference includes: Soviet Premier, Jospeh Stalin, American president, Franklin Roosevelt, and British Prime Minister, Winston Churchill.
WC: Friends, allies, please. We must resolve the issue before us.
FR: Here, here.
WC: World War II is nearly over and our side shall be victorious. Now we have to decide how to carve up Europe. Bring in the map!
(The kids bring in the map)