In "Cover Girls", he makes his first on-screen appearance. He makes a video call through the computer to talk with his grandchildren. Because he wasn't using his glasses, he couldn't clearly recognize the Loud children, who were dressed up like their other siblings.
In "Raw Deal", he is mentioned by Leni, when she says that she cannot wait to see Pop-Pop. Lincoln corrects her by saying they're going to see a geyser, not geezer.
He has a major role in "The Old and the Restless". He moves into the Sunset Canyon retirement home, where he is under the supervision of a strict nurse, named Sue, but he and Lincoln go out for a fun time. At first, Lincoln is happy to have a fun time with his Pop-Pop until he realizes they need to get back to the retirement home before curfew, or he'll be kicked out. When it's too late, the other senior citizens stand up for Albert, and Sue lets him stay. Albert thanks Lincoln for the fun day that they had together.
In "Brawl in the Family", Lincoln mentions that Lola snores as loud as Pop Pop.
In "Room With a Feud", Lisa states that she invented a computer match up for Pop-Pop to find a soulmate, but he was not ready for love again.
In "Spell It Out", the Loud Family (excluding Lucy) visit him and watch him play shuffle board, which he ends up winning, and his grandchildren lift him up, while chanting his name in celebration.
In "No Spoilers", he attended his daughter's birthday party.
Albert is a burly man, with white hair, and a large tuft of his hair that sticks up, much like Lincoln's hair. He also has gray mustache and thick gray eyebrows as well. On his right forearm he has a tattoo of an anchor.
He wears a white button-up shirt, blue jeans with a black belt and orange suspenders. He also has glasses hanging on his neck when he's not using them.
He loves all his grandchildren and likes talking to them and hanging out with them. He loves adventures, sport activities, and eating spicy food. Because of Sue's toxic control, he lost his self-confidence, but Lincoln proved he's still fit, despite his age. He was grateful for this.