This page describes all of Albert's relationships with his family and friends.
He has a good relationship with his daughter.
In "Making the Grade", Albert told Rita that he has been waiting in the train station for an hour.
Albert loves his grandchildren, and enjoys talking to them, as shown in "Cover Girls".
In "Insta-gran", he gets a new girlfriend, who smothers his grandchildren, which they dislike. So much so that they created a photo to make it seem like Seymour is kissing her in attempt to break them up. However, after discovering that she does not really have a family of her own, they admit to Albert that the photo is fake and explain to him why they did it.
Albert is quite close to Lincoln, as they have a similar physical resemblance and the same white hairstyle. He greeted him with a hug when they met in person. They both like having fun with each other. They both tried to jump into the pool and play twister. In the past, they also played paintball in the forest. Lincoln is convinced that his grandfather, despite his age, he's still fit and fun loving and he is grateful for this.
Albert loves Leni just as much as his other grandchildren.
In "Leader of the Rack", He arrives at the mall with Myrtle for Senior Shop-aganza, calling her "Leni-penny" and she helps pick out matching tracksuits for them to wear at a five K marathon.
Albert loves Luna's music. In "Cover Girls", he wanted to hear a song from her.
In "Not a Loud", it's revealed that Albert watched Luna (along with Lori, Leni, Luan, and Lynn) the day Lincoln was born.
Albert loves Luan's comedy. In "Cover Girls", he wanted to talk with her two times.
In "Not a Loud", it's revealed that Albert babysat Luan (along with Lori, Leni, Luna, and Lynn) the day Lincoln was born.
In "Head Poet's Anxiety", Albert laughs at Luan's jokes.
Albert loves Lynn just as much as his other grandchildren.
In "Not a Loud", it's revealed that Albert babysat Lynn along with her older sisters the day Lincoln was born.
Albert and Lucy get along well.
In "Spell It Out", she is the only one of his grandchildren not to visit him at the retirement home, the reason being she was busy trying to cast a spell to take her siblings' voices.
In "Head Poet's Anxiety", she reads a poem dedicated to her Pop-Pop, which leaves him moved to tears. Later, he is among the crowd to see Lucy recite a poem dedicated to Luan.
Albert and Lola get along well.
In "Ruthless People", when Lola discovers that there is no pudding left in the machine, she begins hitting the machine until Albert comes in to stop her from hitting the machine.
Albert and Lisa get along well.
In "Geriantics", it is shown that he enjoys reading her science books at bedtime and getting "Lisa hugs" from her. When she becomes concerned about his lifespan, Lisa turns to science to ensure his longevity. At first, she makes changes to Albert's lifestyle, much to his reluctance. When that doesn't work out, she makes Pop-Pop a suit with several mechanical features to increase his lifespan, but after pointing out all the downsides to wearing it, Albert explains that while he may not be able to live forever, he still has a lot of time ahead of him and states that he would live those days to the fullest. Seeing his point of view, Lisa agrees to let Pop-Pop live his life the way he wishes.
She and Pop-Pop are currently dating as of "Insta-gran".
In "Racing Hearts", they were partners for the Astonishing Quest.
In "Leader of the Rack", they go shopping at the mall for Senior Shop-aganza.
Albert and Sue don't have a very good relationship because of the latter's controlling nature.
In "The Old and the Restless", Sue disallows Albert from dancing and eating food he likes because she thinks those things are bad for the elderly. She then nearly kicks him out when he breaks curfew but Scoots, Seymour, and Bernie stand up for him.
Albert and Scoots are in the same retirement home and seem to get along well.
In "The Old and the Restless", Scoots comes up with the plan to get Albert to stay in the retirement home. She is also amused by Albert claiming he doesn't need his trunks to swim in.
In "Head Poet's Anxiety", she laughs at Luan's jokes along with Albert and jokes to Albert about Bernie's teeth falling out.
Bernie is another friend of Albert's who lives in the same retirement home.
In "The Old and the Restless", he and Seymour use their canes to lift Albert up through the window because the door is locked. He also gives Albert a spare key and is the second person after Scoots to declare that he will also be kicked out if Sue kicks Albert out.
In "Head Poet's Anxiety", he is seen laughing at Luan's jokes along with Albert.
Seymour is another resident of Albert's home and seems to be on good terms with him.
In "The Old and the Restless", Seymour and Bernie link their canes together to lift Albert through the window because the door is locked. He also deliberately breaks his shower to distract Sue and is the third person after Scoots and Bernie to volunteer to leave if Albert is kicked out.
In "Head Poet's Anxiety", Seymour is seen laughing at Luan's jokes with Albert.