This page describes all of Luan Loud's relationships with her family and friends.
Luan tells a lot of jokes, but rarely makes any of her siblings laugh. She also plays a lot of practical jokes on them, some of which seems truly mean spirited, as seen in "April Fools Rules", "Fool's Paradise", and "Fool Me Twice", where she goes all-out on April Fools Day. In other cases, the impression does come off that she doesn't mean for anybody's feelings to be hurt.
She's always willing to help her siblings when they have a problem, and she has a generally friendly, and caring personality outside of her pranking nature, but can get violent tempered with her siblings, as seen in "The Sweet Spot", "Brawl in the Family", and "Making the Grade".
She can at times pull nasty pranks on him, but this is likely due to the fact that she is trying to be funny, and isn't really aware that what she does can cause him grief, so it appears that she does it without malicious intentions.
In "Making the Case", he came to her for advice on making funny viral videos, and she happily gave him the idea to always have the camera on. After he humiliated all his sisters, Luan was the only one who had any desire to speak with him and help him to fix his relationship with their sisters (probably because she was one of the sisters who was not recorded). She gave him humiliating videos of him and he used them to be even.
When he thought he was going to be expelled from his family in "Ties That Bind", he left her his comic book collection, but she refused them as she didn't want him to leave.
In "Cover Girls", Lincoln dresses up as Luan at one point.
In "April Fools Rules", Luan insidiously used his relationship with Ronnie Anne to make him fall in all her traps set for April Fools Day.
In "Funny Business", Luan makes Lincoln her clown assistant, but Lincoln accidentally gets laughs from the kids and loves it so much, that he starts to take away the attention using pratfalls. The two have a disagreement, but eventually make up, and become closer siblings from the experience.
In "Not a Loud", she tells some details about his birth. She told she was excited to finally have a brother.
In "White Hare", Luan told Lincoln that he was funny.
In "A Fridge Too Far", when Luan tried to steal one of Lincoln's leftover mac 'n' cheese bites, a booby trap makes a watermelon drop on her foot, breaking it and forcing her to use crutches. This makes Luan get into the action of protecting her leftovers. Later, when Lincoln is hanging upside down (due to a booby trap) from the ceiling, he asks one of his siblings to let him down gently. Luan cuts the rope suspending him, hurting her brother.
In "Head Poet's Anxiety", Lincoln knows that Luan's is to the youngest person performing at Royal Woods Theater.
Lori and Luan do not often interact with each other, but their relationship ranges between good and bad at times.
In "A Tale of Two Tables", they're sitting next to each other.
In "Sound of Silence", when Lola tells the other sisters about Lincoln's earbuds, Luan believes the reason he didn't laugh at her jokes is because of said earbuds. Lori sarcastically agrees immediately after.
In "Ties That Bind", when the kids all try to be quiet and behave, while Luan is miming cleaning, Lori irritably gives her a real broom to clean with.
In "House Music", after Lori drops her sheet music thanks to Geo bumping into her and picks up her sheet music, Luan plays her whoopee cushion to make it look like Lori farted.
In "Come Sale Away", when the kids are trying to see who can get Lily's blanket back first, Luan throws a trash can at Lori to try to stop her from winning.
In "11 Louds a Leapin'", Luan caught Lori trying to open a Christmas present, and convinced her not to open a present until Christmas morning.
In "Party Down", Luan really wants to go to Lori's party and begs her to invite her. Lori agrees to let her stay until she kicks her out.
In "Garage Banned", they wash the dishes together.
In "No Spoilers", Luan tells an offensive joke about her mother and Lori responds that their mother doesn't want to hear that joke about how old she is.
Luan gets easily annoyed by Leni's absent mindedness, as much as Leni gets annoyed by Luan's bad jokes. Luan often scares Leni with her plastic spider. Despite this, she and Luan have a good relationship, and they can be seen having fun in some episodes.
In "Linc or Swim", Leni doesn't know the rules of the game "Marco Polo", much to Luan's annoyance and/or dismay.
In "Cover Girls", she dresses up as Leni at one point and they even copy each other's movement.
In "Funny Business" Luan revealed she asked Leni to be her her clown assistant, but she failed due to her ditziness.
In "Brawl in the Family", she believes that Leni has the right to be mad at Lori.
In "Room with a Feud" Leni reveals she finds Luan's jokes funny. However, Luan couldn't stand Leni laughing non-stop.
In "No Laughing Matter", Leni stated Luan has been "so annoying" with her pranks during the sibling meeting. Then, when her siblings state how weird it is that Luan suddenly became serious, she's the only one who had some concern for her and wanted to see if she was okay. At the end of the episode, she congratulated Luan on being the winner of her contest and hugs her.
In "A Fridge Too Far", Leni tried to steal Luan's leftover brownie, but was hit in the face by a boxing glove Luan booby-trapped, making Luan taunt her. This made Leni get into the action of protecting her leftovers.
Because Luan shares a room with Luna, and they both enjoy performing, they appear to be on good terms. As seen in "Overnight Success" sometimes Luna helps her being the "band show" or bringing mood music every time Luan is practicing her stand-up comedy. Despite Luna being older, Luan sometimes tells Luna what to do. In some episodes, ("Potty Mouth", "Read Aloud", etc.) They are standing next to each other at least almost the entire episode.
In "It's a Loud, Loud, Loud, Loud, House", they worked together to find the money. Luna shoved Luan in the furnace in the basement when she heard Lincoln come down, telling her to hide. When Lincoln questions Luna about what she was doing, she makes an excuse to have been practicing her drums. Then, even knowing Luan was still in there, she bangs on the furnace. Lincoln leaves the basement. Luan comes out of the furnace, completely dazed from the noise Luna made, asks if someone can answer the ringing in her head, then immediately faints.
In "House Music", Luna growled in annoyance at Luan when she played her whoopee cushion when Luna was picking up her guitar to make it look like Luna farted. This happened twice.
In "Brawl in the Family", they were the second sisters to get into a fight.
In "Fed Up", Luna said she "got some jams" and Luan asks her where. She then realized Luna meant by playing her guitar.
In "Garage Banned", Luan complains to Luna about her fog machines ruining Mr. Coconuts' face. This leads to them having a small argument, tempting both roommates to threaten Lincoln, who was literally in the middle of them.
In "Health Kicked", they worked together to sabotage their parents into thinking they exercise a lot.
In "No Laughing Matter", when bugging Lori and Leni while they're in the bathroom, at the punchline of a joke, she flushed the toilet, messing with the water when Luna was in the shower, making her furious. After the siblings wanted to get Luan back into comedy, Luna was acting like she needed a reason to make a rimshot, trying to get her roommate to crack a joke, Luan responds with, "Good luck with that" then left. In another scene, Luan asked Luna if she was gonna be out of the bathroom soon and Luna started cracking up when the siblings decided to laugh at whatever Luan says. This made her very angry.
In "No Place Like Homeschool", when Luan says that they can get a fresh start, Luna says, "Good call, brah!" and they smile at each other.
In "Fool Me Twice", at the end, Luna, while acting, tells Luan that it's too late after she pranked them to do anything, and Luan tries to tell her that it isn't.
In ""Pipe Dreams", Luan was angry with Luna and Lynn Sr., because they played music in the middle of the night.
They don't have many interactions, but they do get along with each other.
In "Chore and Peace", Lynn, along with Luan and Lucy, washed the dishes.
In "In Tents Debate", they both preferred Dairyland over Aloha Beach.
In "Cover Girls", they both cooperated in preparing land zone with pillows for Lincoln.
In "A Tattler's Tale", Luan is the only one who applauds Lynn's little joke about saying "that is juicy" when she is referring to a burger she's eating, and then saying that Lincoln got some good dirt on Lola after.
In "Funny Business", Luan revealed she asked Lynn to be her clown assistant, but the latter failed due to throwing a watermelon hard at the former.
In "A Fridge Too Far", Luan states that she smashed a pie in Lynn's face, which Lola was saving.
They don't have many interactions, but they do get along with each other, despite being complete opposites.
In "Cover Girls", Luan dresses up as Lucy at one point.
In "Funny Business", Luan revealed she asked Lucy to be her clown assistant, but she failed due to popping balloons.
In "Lock 'n' Loud", they claim that both their inanimate objects, Edwin and Mr. Coconuts, are their soulmates and hid them in the bathroom. She also uses Mr. Coconuts to talk with Edwin, and gave him cards.
In "Room with a Feud", Lucy and Luan become roommates and are seen playing poker with Edwin and Mr. Coconuts.
In "Health Kicked", Luan allowed Lucy to hang onto her.
In "No Laughing Matter", Luan used Edwin to make a joke to Lucy, and Lucy just tells her not to touch Edwin.
In "Head Poet's Anxiety", Luan teaches Lucy the ups and downs of pursuing the life in the arts.
They don't have many interactions, but they do generally get along with each other.
In "In Tents Debate" along with Luna, Lynn, and Lisa, Luan sided with Lana to encourage Lincoln to choose Dairyland for their vacation instead of Aloha Beach.
In "Undie Pressure", they were playing a board game in the end of the episode.
In "No Laughing Matter", she eggs Lana and invites her to the Chortle Portal and, despite trying to resist, makes jokes about her breakfast after falling over.
While the two don't have much interaction, the two do get along as sisters. It is shown that Lola can get extremely annoyed with her jokes.
In "Out of the Picture", Luan helped Lola to take a picture, but she used a wrong camera.
In "No Laughing Matter", Lola reveals to everyone that she read Luan's diary.
They don't have many interactions, but they do get along with each other.
In "Left in the Dark", Lisa gave Luan a cookie for her joke.
In "In Tents Debate", they both want to go to Dairyland, and try to get Lincoln to vote for their side.
In "Funny Business", Luan revealed she asked Lisa to be her clown assistant, but she failed, due to taking the cake away from the children.
In "Snow Bored", Luan tried to show Lisa how to pull pranks with snow.
In "Garage Banned", at the end of the episode, Luan told Lisa to "Have a heart, but just not mine" (pun intended).
In "Future Tense", Lisa and Luan work to together to get people vote.
In "No Laughing Matter", Lisa was afraid of Luan's pie pranks, but then, she congratulated Lisa because she was finishing her math equation.
Luan and Lily have a good relationship.
Luan likes making Lily laugh and feel happy.
She plays with Lily while wearing her Groucho glasses in "Picture Perfect".
In "Changing the Baby", she tries to implement her interests on Lily, because she had nobody that share her likes.
In "Cover Girls", she is carrying Lily.
In "Out on a Limo", she plays Peekaboo with Lily by messing with the partition window in the limo.
In "Homespun", she's able to translate Lily's baby language.
In "Brawl in the Family", she is shown reading a story to Lily.
In "The Crying Dame", Luan tries to cheer up Lily with a balloon animal when she is depressed.
In "Rita Her Rights", Luan uses Lily as a "sawing someone in half" act.
In "Future Tense", her parents force her to take an internship at the mayor's office to show her that life is not all about laughs.
Lynn Sr. is one of the few family members who enjoy Luan's jokes. They both have the same sense of humor and enjoy each other's jokes. However, he couldn't stand Luan's madness during "April Fools Rules" and hid himself in fear from her.
In "Fool's Paradise", Luan made a deal with Lynn Sr. to help her in pranking the rest of their family in exchange for a decade of prank immunity.
In "Anti-Social", Luan spends time with her dad by juggling together to help him get by without the Internet.
In "Rita Her Rights", Luan told Rita a prisoner joke, and she enjoyed the joke.
Mr. Coconuts is Luan's cherished dummy. She uses him to practice ventriloquism, and sometimes just likes to hang around with him. She can sometimes let him say what's on her mind.
In "Ties That Bind", Mr. Coconuts reacts hostilely to Luan's pun of how his delivery of a joke was "wooden", much to her befuddlement.
In "Butterfly Effect", during Lincoln's fantasy of what would happen if he didn't tell Lisa the truth, Luan gives him Mr. Coconuts out of fear of being reminded of trees dying whenever she looks at him.
In "Lock 'n' Loud", it's revealed that she cherishes Mr. Coconuts so much, she calls him her "soul mate".
In "Party Down", the two of them attend Lori's sophisticated party, but gets kicked out after telling laundry based puns in reaction to Luna getting kicked out.
In "Garage Banned", Mr. Coconuts' face got warped from Luna's fog machine, and Luan complained to her about ruining her ventriloquist partner.
Luan and Giggles are good friends, as both are comedy enthusiasts, and go to same clown school.
In "Dance, Dance Resolution", Luan asked Giggles to go on a date with Lincoln at the Sadie Hawkins dance party.
Benny is a boy that Luan has a crush on. Not much is known about him, but he seems to have similar interests in her such as pantomime and theater.
In "L is for Love", Luan tried to get Benny's attention and show her attraction to him, only for it to backfire at first. But then, she sent him a love letter on a fishing line to lure him to her.