This pages describes Lola Loud's relationships with her family and friends.
She is very stuck up, selfish, and fierce tempered with them, often being a brat just to get her way, threatening to tell mom and dad, or worse, if they don't please her, taking the advantage that their parents would believe her over them, as she is only six years old. She still enjoys having fun with them, though when they anger her, she will approach them with malice. Her siblings find it most wise to avoid any chance of setting her temper off at all costs.
In "A Tattler's Tale", it is shown the Loud kids have a club for sharing secrets, but refuse to let Lola join because of her reputation as the family tattletale. As such, Lola leaves a hidden microphone in their meeting, and then blackmails them into doing favors and spending time with her under the threat of her telling their secrets to their parents. When they eventually discover the microphone, the other kids try to find a secret of Lola's they can use for revenge, but she manages to keep a step ahead of them at every turn. Eventually, they do find out a secret from a spiteful pageant rival of hers, reveal to her they know about it, and threaten to reveal it to their parents if she reveals their secrets, thus negating her threat, but also leaving her lonely and remorseful after they indicate she may never be trusted enough to be in their club. Later on, to their shock, Lola then takes the blame for her siblings' secrets, getting them off the hook and herself grounded for a month. Lola admits that she only wished to be included in their group and spend time with them, but realizes she should have tried to earn their trust instead of exploiting their secrets. This finally earns her the other Loud kids' trust and entry to their club, though she does tell the secrets to her stuffed animals (as she has to let the secrets spill somewhere, and knows that the animals can't talk, and thus will never tell anyone).
He often ceases arguments between Lola and Lana. In "Left in the Dark", he hugged Lola and Lana when they were scared of a possible ghost in the basement. He promised to protect them from ghosts much to their joy. She often blames him for many bad things that happen to her even if she can only blame herself like in "Chore and Peace" and "It's a Loud, Loud, Loud, Loud, House".
He's afraid of Lola's anger, and she can easily take advantage of him, even though she is almost half his age (although in "Sound of Silence", it is shown that she can be intimidating and or threatening to any of her siblings). She was his main opponent in "Undie Pressure". He lost and abandoned his habit as part of the deal, but Lola felt bad for him, so she bought him the underwear, which caused him to hug her in return. Lola is always grateful towards Lincoln when he does nice things for her.
In "Making the Case", she permanently uninvited Lincoln to all her birthday parties due to him uploading a video of her and their other sisters.
In "Toads and Tiaras", Lincoln works relatively hard for a week to make sure Lola wins the "Little Miss Prim & Perfect" beauty pageant.
In "Cover Girls", Lola helps cover for Lincoln by fighting with Lana to distract their parents. Also, Lincoln dressed up as both Lola and Lana.
In "The Loudest Yard", she agrees to help Lincoln get an injury so he wouldn't be involved in football, although it didn't go so well, and she was angry with Lincoln for crashing her car, and attempted to beat him up, but was stopped by Lynn.
In "Out of the Picture", she thanks Lincoln and Clyde for getting her a good photo into the yearbook.
In "Read Aloud", Lincoln helps Lola to learn how to read, and when Lincoln is going to take the blame for the family losing the reading contest, Lola doesn't want her brother to go through this, and tells the family that it was because it's hard for her to learn how to read, and that's why it took so long for her to read a book.
In "White Hare", Lola along with Lana tell Lincoln that he is friendly.
While the two don't have much interactions, they get along as sisters. They share the same traits by being stubborn when something doesn't go their way or when being annoyed by something. Lori can be somewhat scared of Lola's temper and what she is capable of, as shown in "Sound of Silence" and "A Tattler's Tale". Despite this, Lola does recognize Lori's authority as shown in "No Guts, No Glori".
In "Back in Black", Lori blames Lola for taking her lipstick.
In "Vantastic Voyage", Lori scolds Lola for not helping her and their other siblings push the van.
In "Room with a Feud", they get along really well as roommates during Lisa's compatibility test.
In "Health Kicked", Lori allowed Lola to hang onto her.
While the two don't have much interaction, they are shown to get along as sisters. Lola tends to get annoyed when Leni acts dumb, and Leni gets scared of getting on Lola's temper, as Lola once gave her stuff away after she accidentally sat on Lola's crown (although this was shown to be a made up story). As the most feminine sisters, they enjoy fashion and in "Homespun", the two were shown to enjoy dressing up in traditional ball gowns during the time of the Wild West, with Leni helping her dress up.
In "In Tents Debate", Lola and Leni both wanted to go to Aloha Beach and try to get Lincoln to vote for their side.
In "Back in Black", Lola blamed Leni for taking her perfume.
In "Lock 'N' Loud", Leni scolded Lola for attacking a dummy robber who she claimed liked her.
In "Kick the Bucket List", Leni watched over her and Lana.
These two do not interact very much, but it is shown that while they have been shown to work together with their siblings, they seem to have a little conflict every now and then.
In "For Bros About to Rock", Lola, along with her other sisters, warns Lincoln not to let Luna find out about going to his first SMOOCH concert, as she'll come along and ruin the experience, just as she did when she went with her and Lana to see Blarney the Dinosaur, where she tried to crowd surf on small children, only to crush them, including her twins, under her.
In "Cover Girls", Lola dressed up as Luna.
In "Come Sale Away", during the competition to see who can get Lily's blanket back first, they confront a lady who bought a malfunctioning vacuum cleaner at the sale, and try to blame the other for selling it to her.
In "A Tattler's Tale", when she finds out about Luna's secret about blowing out the power one night, she forces her to let her have the middle seat on the coach, and dress up as a medieval bard and sing songs for her.
While the two don't have much interaction, the two do get along as sisters. It is shown that she can get extremely annoyed with Luan's jokes. She also gets pied by Luan in "Attention Deficit".
In addition, it is shown in "April Fools Rules" that she is extremely afraid of Luan on April Fool's Day.
In "A Tattler's Tale", Lola blackmailed Luan to be her jester and tell her jokes. Luan was so displeased with this she faked her laugh from own jokes.
In "Out of the Picture", Lola asks Luan to take a photo of her, but Luan uses the wrong camera.
In "No Laughing Matter", Lola reveals to her siblings that she read Luan's diary.
They don't have many interactions but in "A Tattler's Tale", Lola blackmailed Lynn to make her paint her toenails and wear clothes of a maiden much to Lynn's annoyance.
In "Back in Black", Lola blamed Lynn for taking her perfume.
In "Lock 'N' Loud", Lynn trained Lola in karate to attack a burglar. Lynn motivated her by giving her a hypothetical situation of a stolen tiara.
In "Fed Up", Lola attacked Lynn, because she destroyed her cake.
In "Spell It Out", Lola and Lana played canoeing with Lynn.
They don't have many interactions but they do get along as sisters. Like all their siblings, Lola gets scared of Lucy popping up out of nowhere (or by her sudden appearance out of thin air, in other words), and Lucy gets scared of Lola's anger.
In "A Tattler's Tale", Lola blackmailed Lucy to make her drive her toy car.
In "In Tents Debate", Lola and Lucy both want to go to Aloha Beach to try to get Lincoln to vote for their side.
In "Cover Girls", Lola dresses up as Lucy at one point.
In "Roughin' It", it was revealed Lucy is also afraid of Lola's anger as she played dead to avoid her.
In "Back in Black", she and her other sisters give her a makeover.
In "Room with a Feud", Lucy and Lola become roommates. They seem to get along at first, but Lola decorates Edwin in a pink coat, which Lucy dislikes.
In "Rita Her Rights", Lola and Lucy was seen fighting over a book.
Being twins, they share the same room, and are generally in a great relationship, but they still have differences between them, as Lola is a girly girl, and Lana is a tomboy.
Though Lola has a tendency to be mean when she is angry, Lana herself is also rather mischievous. In "Along Came a Sister", she tried to cut the hair of Lola's doll, which Lola would really dislike. Despite this, they enjoy playing together, and wanted to watch the same cartoons on television.
In "Picture Perfect", they were playing together.
In "It's a Loud, Loud, Loud, Loud, House", they made a group to find the money.
In "Cover Girls", she fought with Lola to get Lincoln more time to get into his room before their parents came in.
In "Brawl in the Family", they were the third sisters to get into the fight.
In "Patching Things Up", they were excited to become Bluebell Scouts together, but when during tryouts, one of them was good at a task, while the other one failed. This caused them to have a falling out. Later, the two admit that they deliberately failed, because they didn't want to be Bluebells without each other, and they hug and make up, which causes them to earn the friendship patch.
Overall, they definitely have the best relationship among the younger sisters.
She and Lisa interact quite a bit, though their relationship is hit and miss considering the circumstances.
In "A Tale of Two Tables", Lola laughs at Lisa getting hit by Lana's peas, though this was by accident.
In "A Tattler's Tale", Lola blackmails Lisa into doing her homework for her.
In "Snow Bored", Lola tries to get Lisa to try figure skating only for Lisa to calculate Lola's weight breaking through the ice.
In "11 Louds a Leapin', Lisa continuously tells Lola that she has no chance of getting on Santa's nice list.
In "Suite and Sour", they act out the business center scene in their play to beg their parents to take them and the rest of the kids to the spa with them.
In "Making the Grade", Lola wants Lisa to give the answer to a radio contest, but Lisa botches it after giving up her smarts.
In "Out of the Picture", Lisa takes her x-ray instead of a picture for the yearbook.
In "Garage Banned", Lisa creates a serum that sprays and cuts off Lola's hair, leaving her bald and enraged.
She and Lily have a good relationship.
In "Changing the Baby", Lola tries to implement her interests on Lily, and make her a playing partner, because she had nobody that shares her likes.
In "Out of the Picture", Lily took pictures of Lola, and it saved her, because she had the right photo.
In "Potty Mouth", Lola accidentally swears in front of Lily.
In "The Crying Dame", Lola tries to cheer up Lily by having a tea party with her when she looks depressed.
She seems to get along with her parents, though she may be closer to her mother, because whenever she doesn't get her way she calls for her mother. In "The Price of Admission", she states whenever she is scared she sleeps with her parents. However, she has shown the desire to get revenge if she feels wrong, as shown in "Ties that Bind", where when she believes they are getting rid of her, she states they will pay. Nonetheless, it is evident she loves them and vice versa.
In "Future Tense", her parents forced her to work at a volunteer soup kitchen.
In "Pipe Dreams", Lola wanted to sleep with her parents because she had a nightmare.
Her father often spoils her, as it is shown in "Toads and Tiaras", that he got her the princess channel, sacrificing his sports channel.
In addition, in "Sleuth or Consequences", whenever Lincoln clogged the toilet, she told on him to their father.
In "Lincoln Loud: Girl Guru", she was happy about him reading her a bedtime story, but angrily wanted him to read another one.
When she takes the blame for the things her siblings did in "A Tattler's Tale", Rita did not yell, but grounded her for a month.
In "Fool's Paradise", Lola doesn't want to stay at a 2-star motel that they didn't know was a trap at the time, but Rita makes her stay with a witty retort.
She and Clyde have a good relationship.
In "Overnight Success", it is shown that Clyde enjoys Lola's makeovers.
In "Baby Steps", Clyde helps her put her seat belt on for her toy car and she thanked Clyde with a hug calling him a life saver, however, it was Lincoln's plan.
In "Kick the Bucket List", she and Lana beat up Clyde after he accidentally destroys their sandcastle.
In "Out of the Picture", she thanks Lincoln and Clyde for getting her good photo into the yearbook.
Winston is a boy who Lola has a crush on. He seems to be a judge for pageants. He gives Lola a perfect score for her baton act, to which she responds with a flattered blush.
To get his attention and show that she is interested in him, she gives him a perfect score for going down the slide, despite his failed dismount. She later buried a love letter in the sandbox for him to dig up.