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Trivia[]

  • Her first name means "famous warrior" in Old German.
  • Her dress has pockets as seen when she pulls out the treasure map in "The Belchies."
  • She and Tina once shared a bedroom until Louise converted the hall closet into her own bedroom. It is unknown at what age she moved into the closet.
  • She is the only main character to be voiced by a woman, while her mom and sister and the other main characters are voiced by men. Additionally, many other female characters are voiced by male actors.
  • She calls almost everyone "buddy." She also often calls people "baby" despite hating being called that. (The Bob's Burgers Movie)
  • Like most characters, her birthday is unknown. However, it's "not even close" to September 2nd, the day before the anniversary of her parents. ("The Ring (But Not Scary)")
  • As a toddler, she used to build pillow forts with her parents. ("Sacred Couch")
  • Besides her siblings, Louise is best friends with the Pesto twins. In "Slumber Party," she becomes friends with Jessica. In "Three Girls and a Little Wharfy," she becomes friends with Megan after hunting for Wharfy with her and Jessica. In "Prank You for Being a Friend," she becomes friends with Kaylee Morganstern despite asking her for help on how to get into trouble. In later seasons, Louise and Regular Sized Rudy hang out more frequently (usually with Gene and Tina), and Louise comes to consider him a close friend. Besides her siblings, Rudy is likely one of Louise's closest friends.
  • In "Spaghetti Western and Meatballs," Louise cries for the first time. She cries for the second time in "Large Brother, Where Fart Thou?."
  • In "The Unnatural," she claims to have sold her soul and suffered no ill effects.
  • She and Bob like to watch TV together and roast the shows at night, which they call "the burn unit." ("Spaghetti Western and Meatballs")
  • Louise claims only poops once a week as she doesn’t get enough food. ("Broadcast Wagstaff School News")
  • She hates Canada. ("Hamburger Dinner Theater")
  • Her favorite object or thing in the world is her Kuchi Kopi toy.
  • Despite her tomboyish nature, she has a doll in "The Laser-inth."
  • She seems to have an affinity for animals and she is very compassionate towards them, even those she doesn't like.
  • Louise has been shown to have a soft spot for puppies, such as Colonel Fluffles and Ringo.
  • She claims that she always carries a gun when she goes out, but it varies depending on the situation or location.
  • She inherited Bob's fear of the dentist. ("The Kids Run Away")
  • According to Louise herself, she, among her siblings, is the only one who knows the way to school and always guides Gene and Tina.
  • She once told Andy and Ollie that she wants to save her blood and her saliva for their wedding night ("Burgerboss"), so she has likely thought of marrying.
  • She saw "Game of Thrones."
  • She holds the record for the most punishments at her school. ("Prank You for Being a Friend")
  • She has a mature way of thinking for her age and can come up with very elaborate and calculating plans and strategies, however, as demonstrated in the episode "The Millie-Churian Candidate," it is her own emotions and her own sense of justice that make it fail at times.
  • She during previous seasons is shown as a sadistic and destructive entity, however, in recent seasons, this has possibly been reduced, due to her slow maturation.
  • Bob claims that Gene and Tina were born solely because he and Linda were bored, while Louise was genuinely born out of her passion and desire.
  • She is possibly the most beloved by the rest of her family:
    • Bob prefers to work with Tina only because she is the most responsible for her children, but with Louise, he seems to understand each other and have more fun.
    • Tina likes spending more time with Louise than with Gene because she feels that as a woman, she has a duty to guide and teach her. In the same way, they are both considered the most intelligent and manipulative in her household.
    • Gene spends more time with Louise than with Tina, as Louise seems to understand him better, they bond constantly and manage to spy, mischief and deceive Tina, and play food court (a courtroom drama for food) during lunch at school ("Fraud of the Dead: Zombie-docu-pocalypse"). In the same way, all this affection could be mainly due to the fact that she is the youngest in her house.
  • Despite her young age, Louise is considered a tomboy.
  • Often times, if there is an argument and division in her home, Louise chooses to join the side of chaos and madness.
  • She and Gene both have a hall pass that allows them to go anywhere in the school. ("Midday Run")
  • She uses mostly her right hand, but in "Crawl Space," she is seen to do coloring with Mr. Frond's crayons using her left hand, hinting that she may be ambidextrous.
  • Unlike her family, she appeared in three cameos on The Simpsons and not just two.
  • She doesn't like country music.
  • She is a great connoisseur of Japanese culture, so she could be considered an Otaku.
  • She's been stealing from Tina and Gene's allowances since she was four. ("Turkey in a Can")
  • She is often seen drawing. ("Crawl Space" & "Li'l Hard Dad")
  • She is closer to her dad than her mom. Even when she was an infant, she preferred Bob over Linda. ("Mother Daughter Laser Razor")
  • Starting in the episode "Boyz 4 Now," Louise has an extreme crush on boyband member Boo Boo, of which she is completely embarrassed ("The Hauntening," "Bye Bye Boo Boo," & "Just One of the Boyz 4 Now for Now")
  • She often gets detention, as seen in "The Cook, the Steve, the Gayle & Her Lover." Once, she even got in school suspension ("Thelma & Louise Except Thelma is Linda").
  • She and Regular Sized Rudy shared their first kisses in the Valentine's Day episode "Bob Actually."
  • According to creator Loren Bouchard in an interview with The AV Club,[1] Louise's signature rabbit ears are based off a character from the anime Tekkonkinkreet, claiming "You get a little cognitive dissonance where you experience Louise both as a little girl and Bugs Bunny at the same time."
  • When she grows up and possibly takes over the restaurant, she might rename it "Louise's Burgers" and visit Bob at the retirement home Gene and Tina dumped him in. ("Carpe Museum")
  • She has a knack for thinking adults are way older than they actually are, such as thinking Bob is 80 and how Edith fought the dinosaurs.
  • Her pink bunny ears might be reference of Sanrio's most popular character's hood My Melody.
  • According to Gene in "Worms of In-Rear-ment," Louise has always wanted to see Machu Picchu.
  • Like her siblings, she believes in Santa Claus.
  • She doesn't let her family cut her nails. ("Housetrap")
  • She doesn't like mustard. ("Fraud of the Dead: Zombie-docu-pocalypse")
  • She watched every season of American Horror Story (or tried to, before her parents stopped her). ("Fraud of the Dead: Zombie-docu-pocalypse")
  • The Bob's Burgers Movie reveals that Louise started wearing her rabbit ears when she started preschool.
  • One fan theory claims she’ll resemble Linda without her bunny ears.
  • She might have a form of hemophobia like her father. In "Pig Trouble in Little Tina," she's afraid to inject a needle into Gene to draw out blood.
  • She got her first cavity in "The Kids Run Away."
  • She was afraid of going to public bathrooms before "Poops!… I Didn't Do It Again."
  • Louise showed interest in Critter and Mudflap's skull collection. ("Ear-sy Rider")
  • Felix thinks she looks like a burger. ("Beach, Please")
  • In various ways, it is possible Louise takes after her father.
  • Louise is similar to Bart Simpson in many ways: they’re both in the fourth grade, they’re both troublemakers in their families and at school, they’re in the fourth grade, and they’re voiced by women. Besides their gender, their primary difference is their relationship with their fathers (Bart has an infamously adversarial relationship with his father Homer while Louise greatly loves and respects Bob, despite taking the opportunity to poke fun at him whenever she gets the chance).
  • Louise's personality is also similar to Dale "What's His Last Name" from King From the Hill: They both have hats and manage to bribe others no matter how hard they tried.
  • Louise is also similar to Fluttershy from My Little Pony, because they both have a number of phobias to overcome and they have a connection with rabbits: Louise’s hat has rabbit ears, and Fluttershy has a pet rabbit.
  • Her personality is also similar to Mabel Pines from Gravity Falls, apart from the fact they're both voiced by Kristen Schaal.

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