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    Jeffrey
    HE WAS WAY, WAY TOO LOUD!
    Gender: Male
    Type: The Coconut Fred Version of Lincoln
    Species: Human
    Portrayed by: Nico Colaleo
    Status: Alive
    Media of origin: Too Loud!
    First appearance: Loud Mouth Librarians
    Last appearance: Run Sara Run


    Jeffrey is the main protagonist of the 2017 DreamWorks web-series Too Loud!, along with his sister Sara. He works in a library, and was voiced by Nico Colaleo.

    Why He's Way Too Loud

    1. His design is ugly, even for Nico Colaleo's draw standards.
    2. Nico Colaleo didn't go a good prformance.
    3. At times, he is described as weird and trouble-prone.
    4. He's pretty much a rip-off of Lincoln Loud from The Loud House as both are energetic, sensitive and enthusiastic boys, white-haired, wear jeans, sneakers and geniuses. However, unlike Lincoln, Jeffrey is more annoying and obnoxious and he never redeemed himself.
    5. Along with his sister Sara, everything he does is extremely insane and makes him look more like a sociopathic jerk who annoys other readers.
    6. He gets little to no comeuppance for his actions whatsoever, which makes him and his sister a Karma Houdini.
    7. He never shuts up, and that once almost got everyone to be slaves forever.
    8. Due to his idiocy, he and his sister can also be described as an Idiot Houdini

    Redeeming Qualities

    1. He does care about every one, including his sister Sara.
    2. He got some character development.
    3. He does care about his friends.
    4. He is often described as silly and optimistic at times, despite WHWTL#3.

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