This page describes all of Rita Loud's relationships with her family and friends.
She loves her husband very much, and is often hanging out with him.
In "No Guts, No Glori", they went to a restaurant together and both agreed to leave the children under the care of Lori.
In "A Tale of Two Tables", they played with the peas, after all the children are gone.
In "Ties That Bind", Rita wanted Lynn Sr. to get rid of his eleven ties.
In "Chore and Peace", they both agreed to let their children resolve their conflict themselves and they resolved puzzles, while the kids were fighting.
In "Suite and Sour", they wanted to spend weekend alone at a spa resort, which is something they haven't done since 1998. They also went to the hotel pool together naked which got them kicked out of the resort.
In "Lock 'N' Loud", they arrived from a ballroom dance and Lynn Sr. twirls Rita into a rose bush and in another thing.
In "Potty Mouth", Rita forced Lynn Sr. to change his tie.
In "L is for Love", twenty years prior to when they first met, she sent secret admirer letters to Lynn Sr., and by her third letter, she invited her husband to a British restaurant for their first date. They were both celebrating their anniversary in the same restaurant.
In "A Fridge Too Far", Rita convinced Lynn Sr. that the investor will give him a chance of owning his own restaurant.
Rita loves all of her children. When she has to discipline and ground them, she will. When she sees how well they get along, she is very happy. And there are times where she can be as bit of a kid like them, such as playing with her food in "A Tale of Two Tables" and showing them how to do a proper victory dance in "Come Sale Away".
In "No Spoilers", they throw her a surprise birthday party.
Rita seems to be relatively closer with her son than her husband is. In "A Novel Idea", when Lynn Sr. takes the girls to his workplace for take your daughter to work day, she takes him to her workplace, a dentist office, and he tries to make the most of it, but fails. He unintentionally lost his mother's journal while he was at an arcade, and he goes to retrieve the book. Unfortunately, the book falls apart upon giving it to her, at first she was angry, but he had done her a favor since the book had a relatively boring plot. She decided to write a book about her only son, he was overjoyed and the two hug. After Lynn Sr. and the girls got home, they saw them on roller-skates, much to the girls jealousy.
In "Attention Deficit", she and her husband helped Lincoln to build his volcano.
In "The Loudest Yard", Rita could not bear Lincoln's lazy lifestyle. She tries to convince him to do some exercise rather than read comic and playing video games. After she discovered that he was not taking it seriously she signed him up for a football team to force him to be more active. Rita was furious at Lincoln when he persuaded Lynn to impersonate them during the football matches.
In "No Such Luck", she, her husband, and daughters think that Lincoln is bad luck, and start to ban him from family activities. Eventually, they exclude Lincoln from their home, and sell all his furniture. Making him homeless was the worst abuse they ever did.
In "Kick the Bucket List", she gives Lincoln a blanket to keep himself warm as he gets some sleep from working on shortening his list and reminds him to be back home before dark since he has to go to school the next day.
In "Health Kicked", Lincoln was worried that she and Lynn Sr. aren't exercising.
In "Not a Loud", Lincoln was worried about being adopted, but then his parents told him the truth.
In "Attention Deficit", Rita takes a magazine quiz with Lori.
In "One Flu Over the Loud House", Rita was worried about Lori for her sickness, and told her to get right back in bed.
In "Party Down", Rita wasn't angry with Lori and her party. Instead, she joined.
In "Spell It Out", she comforts Lori after her friends end their friendship with her due to her laryngitis. She also offers her to join her book club, but Lori rejects this.
In "Attention Deficit", she helps Leni to apply makeup, without making herself look like a clown.
In "No Spoilers", Leni organized a party for Rita, because she knew some aspects of her mother, like her favorite color.
They don't have many interactions, but she treats Luna like her other daughters and son.
In "House Music", after apologizing to her siblings and Dad, she offers her mom to join in the family band with a tambourine.
They don't interact too much.
In "Yes Man", Rita, along with Lynn Sr., enjoyed Luan's comedy and gave her money.
In "No Spoilers", Luan had jokes about Rita's age, but Lori told her that those jokes can be considered offensive to their mother.
In "The Loudest Yard", Rita was angry with Lynn because she pretended to be Lincoln.
In "Spell It Out", Rita tries to confront Lynn, after she gets kicked out of the canoe rowing team.
In "Health Kicked", Rita, along with Lynn Sr. exercise with Lynn, by rock climbing.
In "House Music", when Lucy told her favorite music genre is death metal, Rita called it cute.
In "Homespun", Rita said she's fine with Lucy reading horror romances.
In "Read Aloud", she actually approves of Lucy's idea of chaining Lola in the attic and pretending she never existed to win the library's reading challenge.
In "Tricked!", Rita allowed Lucy to do her corn maze idea for Halloween, and Lucy helps her mother look like a zombie.
In "Health Kicked", Rita was aided by Lana and Lola by jumping rope to help her exercise.
In "Health Kicked", Rita was aided by Lola and Lana by jumping rope to help her exercise.
In "April Fools Rules", she and her husband were frantically persuading Lisa to let them get in her bunker but only if they pay her back for punishing her for causing experimental explosions around the house.
In "Health Kicked", Rita was learning Tai Chi by Lisa to her exercise.
In "Yes Man", Rita asked Lisa what was that giant spider-looking arachnid climbing on the house shown on her virtual reality glasses.
In "No Place Like Homeschool", Rita appreciates that Lisa would design flowers using pipe cleaners.
In "Insta-gran", Lisa states that she would like to show them some fecal slides, Rita allows this but only after dinner.
They have a good relationship. Rita protects Lily, as shown in "Chore and Peace", when she and her husband take her out of the garbage.
In "Come Sale Away", after Rita washes Lily's blanket, she gives it back to her.
In "Potty Mouth", Rita was worried for Lily not getting accepted into the Academy, and when she was approved, Rita was happy.