This page describes all of Lynn Loud's relationships with her family and friends.
Her siblings generally
Lynn shows her love for her siblings with roughhousing and physical competition, so they can't help but take this very hard, physically, for the most part, but show they her love back in gentler ways. She considers them the best sport team of all. If one of her siblings fought back against her she would take this positively, as shown in "Space Invader", as this could either be that she denies her rough play is harsh, or that she really just wants someone who will fight back against her.
In "Lynner Takes All", her siblings become tired of her poor sportsmanship in board games and work to together to take her down. After they managed to beat her in the game of "The Settlers of Cat-Land", she goes on a competitive streak and obnoxiously gloats doing everything better than them. When they hold a rematch and plan to throw the game to get her to stop, Leni takes the phrase very literal, and tosses the game board out the window. Her siblings then reveal that she lost because they all teamed up against her, because they couldn't take anymore of her gloating after 300 wins. Lynn apologizes for being a sore loser and bad winner, and promises to be a better sport, which she manages to show by not gloating in their faces after winning a card game, but does her gloating outside on the driveway.
Lynn and Lincoln's relationship is somewhat complicated. When they appear together, she is usually making him play a sport with her, whether he wants to or not. She likely picked him as her sparring partner because he's the closest to her in strength and age. At times, she goes too far with her roughhousing or pranks. Despite this, the two share a solid sibling love. Because of her strength and attitude, she is the ideal person to help Lincoln defend himself against real bullies.
In "A Tale of Two Tables", she's the first of Lincoln's older sisters to leave the grownup table and ask him if she can join him and their younger sisters at the kiddie table.
In "Space Invader", after Lucy kicks her out of the room, she went straight to Lincoln's room hoping that he'd let her stay with him. This shows that she sees Lincoln as someone she can rely on. Although; in the same episode, she forced him to play "Lucha Libre" with her, pulled gross pranks on him and loudly snored while he tried to sleep. In an attempt to make her leave his room, Lincoln replicates her obnoxious behavior. However; instead of getting upset, she claims that he is the best roommate ever. She also complimented him for doing a perfect impersonation of Lucy and gave him a big hug as a reward for amusing her.
In "Changing the Baby", he asked her to join him in comic reading, she told him she doesn't like comics and made him a prank with her basketball.
In "Cover Girls", Lynn and the other sisters helped Lincoln get into his room undetected by their parents. Lynn was sad when Lincoln got injured by hitting himself on a wall, trying to get into his room. She was the first sister to ask him for cover and he immediately agreed.
In "April Fools Rules", Lynn showed concern for Lincoln's safety, as she told him to join the rest of the sisters in his room far from Luan's jokes. He choose to risk his safety for Ronnie Anne's sake.
In "The Loudest Yard", Lincoln was assigned by their mom to a football team and Lynn offered him to teach him how to play. She tried to train him but it was hard due to his laziness, much to her annoyance. Later Lynn agreed to impersonate Lincoln during his football matches. When Lynn got hurt during the second half of the game, Lincoln expressed his concern by asking Lynn if she was okay, which she replied that she was fine, but may have sprained her ankle.
In "The Whole Picture", it was revealed she and Lincoln used to take baths together.
In "Cheater by the Dozen", Lynn pulls Lincoln by the shirt which forces him to tell their other sisters (minus Lori) that Bobby's cheating on Lori.
In "No Such Luck", she states that Lincoln is bad luck after she loses her baseball game and tells their other sisters not to invite him to their activities. However, when Lincoln disguised himself as the squirrel mascot and revealed himself to his family when Lynn won her game, Lynn stated Lincoln was right about not being bad luck and she apologized to Lincoln as their family came.
Like her other siblings, she hates when Lori is bossy, overbearing, and controlling, as shown in "No Guts, No Glori".
In "Driving Miss Hazy", to get Lori to drive her to places the former wanted to go to, Lynn had to sand Lori's calluses and give pedicures, which she has great disdain for.
In "The Sweet Spot", Lynn was able to take down Lori from behind and scuffle with her.
In "Cheater by the Dozen", its revealed that Lori once beat Lynn with a loaf of bread for assuming they were out of bread, when there was still a loaf of bread in the house.
In 'Party Down", Lori joined Lynn in her bouncing ball race.
They don't have many interactions, but they do get along with each other.
In "No Such Luck", Lynn prevents Leni from being affected by Lincoln's "bad luck".
In "Room With a Feud", they become roommates, and get along relatively well. Lynn used Leni as a weight lift, and this helps the latter decorate the ceiling.
They don't have much interactions, but they do get along very well.
In "Chore and Peace", Luna vacuumed the hairy footbag that Lynn was trapped in, thus setting her free.
In "Linc or Swim", Luna carried Lynn on her back because they participated in "chicken fights" and they both played with a beach ball as well.
In "Cover Girls", she dresses up like Lynn at one point.
In "A Tattler's Tale", Lynn and Luna are seen talking with each other as the siblings leave Lola and Lana's room.
In "No Such Luck", when Lynn loses her first game, Luna can be heard saying "Don't worry about it, sis!".
In "Fool's Paradise", after Luna fell through the motel floor and into a huge gelatin, Lynn tried to help pull her out with her foot, but couldn't since her hands were covered in gelatin and sinks inside it.
In "Health Kicked", Luna allowed Lana and Lynn to hang onto her while she, and her other siblings, hold onto a hanging beam with their parents at the "Royal Woods Ultra Extreme Ninja Competition".
They don't have many interactions, but they do get along with each other.
In "Linc or Swim", Lynn hits Luan with a pool noodle due to not liking her joke.
In "In Tents Debate", they both preferred Dairyland over Aloha Beach because both are tomboys.
In "Chore and Peace", Lynn, along with Luan and Lucy, washed the dishes.
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.
Despite them having very different personalities, Lynn being energetic and joyful, and Lucy being dark and depressed, they still get along and love each other mutually.
The conflict in "Space Invader", is Lynn getting tired of Lucy's sighing and constant apathy. But she still enjoys her poems and presence, and Lucy also enjoys Lynn's presence. At the end of the episode, Lincoln succeeds to reconcile them as they hugged, but due to the food fight they had in their room, the girls can't sleep there that night. They go to sleep with Lincoln in his room.
In "It's a Loud, Loud, Loud, Loud, House", they worked together to find the money.
In "11 Louds a Leapin'", they worked together to find Christmas gifts.
In "Back in Black", Lynn and the other sisters attempt to make Lucy pretty for Rocky. Lynn also suggested that Lucy should mention sports as boys like that. However, things didn't go quite well for Lucy, but Lynn and the other sisters still love Lucy as they point out that Lucy is already perfect the way she is.
In "Vantastic Voyage", they worked together by cooking for their dad.
Though they may not have had full interactions in the series they both seem to enjoy each others' company due to their tomboyish natures. They both love to pretend fight on pool noodles in "Linc or Swim". They are seen pillow fighting each other in "A Tattler's Tale".
In "Funny Business", Lana was going to play football with Lynn, and they laughed at Lincoln's pratfall.
In "Suite and Sour", she and Lana have an elevator race, which they both lost and ended up stuck inside the elevators until they were able to get out. Lana also helped Lynn out when she broke the shower.
In "Room With a Feud", Lana and Lynn become roommates and they get along okay. But eventually, they start fighting because Lana left her rattle snake on Lynn's lucky jersey.
In "Change of Heart", Lynn and Lana were playing with a frisbee together.
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 the latter's annoyance.
In "The Loudest Yard", she prevents Lola from beating up Lincoln.
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.
They haven't yet spoke to each other on-screen until "Lynner Takes All", but it is shown in "Butterfly Effect" that she tutors Lynn for geology and possibly more subjects so she can get good grades and stay on her sports teams.
In "Heavy Meddle", when Lisa couldn't store Lincoln's secret that he was being picked on at school in her brain, she told Lynn who told everyone else and claimed Lynn's brain had plenty of room. Lynn thought it was a compliment at first, but then realized what her genius sister meant.
In "Brawl in the Family", Lincoln reveals that Lynn hates it when Lisa spits while she speaks.
She and Lynn have a good relationship.
In "Changing the Baby", Lynn tries to implement her sport interests on Lily, and make her a playing partner, because she had nobody that shared her likes.
In "Potty Mouth", Lynn accidentally swears in front of Lily.
In "Lynner Takes All", Lily is stacking blocks, and Lynn turns it into a competition and stacks more blocks higher.
Lynn gets along pretty well with her parents. In "Health Kicked", they go rock climbing together to get some exercise.
In "Future Tense", her parents drop her off at a learning center in order for her to become more academic.
In "The Loudest Yard", Rita was angry with Lynn because she pretended to be Lincoln.
In "Spell It Out", Rita tries to comfort Lynn after she gets kicked out of the canoe rowing team.
They both love sports, and Lynn is also named after her father.
In "Overnight Success", he yells at her after she breaks numerous things around the house.
In "Attention Deficit", he goes outside to play baseball with her.
In "Yes Man", he plays a game of basketball with her, and after making a bet, she makes enough baskets to beat him at the game, and he is left lying on the floor after tripping over the ball.
Clyde and Lynn have a good relationship. In "Making the Case", Clyde was worried about Lynn accidentally stepping on the rake behind her, which resulted in a series of escalating mishaps.
In "Overnight Success", when Lynn offers Clyde to play with her in a simple game of hackysack, he enthusiastically accepts it and plays with her.
In "Intern for the Worse", Clyde agrees to give snacks to Lynn and her team.
Margo is one of Lynn's best friends. They play together in the roller derby and baseball teams. They have a friendly relationship, but Lynn is so superstitious, she doesn't allow Margo to go to the toilet before the end of their plays. Margo is close enough to Lynn to protect her home from burglars.
In "Friend or Faux?", they were practicing hockey together.
Polly and Lynn are good friends, as both are energetic sport enthusiasts, and Roller Derby team members.
Francisco is Lynn's love interest. He plays for another softball team.
He and Lynn shook hands (which they spat on first) to congratulate each other for a good game. When Lynn thinks Francisco sent her a love letter, she first tries to go easy on him in the next game by giving him a walk. Then, she offers him her lucky jock strap, which she flings over his face, disabling his vision. Finally, she sneaks a love note under his helmet before the next game.