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Lucas "Luc" Maxwell is one of the main protagonists of the 2016 Teletoon animated series Looped. He is the lazy and unintelligent best friend of Theo who uses the loop to indulge in endless mayhem with no regard for the consequences of what he does. He was voiced by Lyon Smith.
Why He Should Get Looped
- His voice is bad and grating by Lyon Smith, and really annoying for the most part.
- He never seems bothered when things go wrong in the loop and shrugs it off.
- He never gets any character development, nor does he learn from his mistakes.
- Many of his actions are downright questionable, mean-spirited and very cruel; here are just a few examples:
- In "Jan-Itor-Nado," he makes a mess all the time just so he can stop Jan from going on his break, and he shows no remorse whatsoever.
- In one episode, he and Theo tortured their principal and pranked him to the point when he was injured very badly by a grizzly bear; they shockingly didn't even care one bit in the slightest that he could die.
- He never gets punished for any of his actions, making him a karma houdini, and the whole "time loop" thing doesn't excuse him.
- He seems to show a lot of hate towards Kyle just because he's perfect.
- Most of his dialogue is laughable, such as "And you would have gotten away with it too if it weren't for us meddling kids!"
- In the final episode, "Balanced Breakfast Part 2", he gives a really great speech about ending the loop only to reveal he was joking.
- He often tortures Claire, his babysitter, and never shows remorse for that either.
- He acts like a toxic friend to Theo.
- He feels like a rip off of Phineas Flynn from Phineas and Ferb because of the similar kind of hairstyle.
- Hypocrisy: In "Loop-There It Is," he angrily asks Jerry why he didn't tell them the Loopy Loop was loose, even though he did multiple times.
- Despite revealing he was joking, his speech about ending the loop was actually very great.
- He does care about Theo at times.
- He did have a point that Jesse was alone too in one episode.
- His character design is decent.