This page describes all of Clyde McBride's relationships with his family and friends.
Howard and Harold
Clyde loves his parents. They are much too overprotective of Clyde, since he is their only child. They tuck him in every night, are very attentive towards him, and always help him with school projects. As seen in "Roughin' It", they will not let Clyde out of their supervision unless he is at school or with Lincoln.
In "A Tale of Two Tables", Clyde helps his dads with the taxes.
In "Hand-Me-Downer", Clyde borrows his dads' tandem bike, earning him the nickname "Two-Seats McBride".
Clyde is not embarrassed of his dads' helicopter-parent tendencies. He seems to like it, even when they treat him like a baby (for example, Howard always spoon-feeds Clyde his food at dinner). It is revealed in "Lincoln Loud: Girl Guru" that Clyde hugs his dads very often, despite how it might seem unmanly to people like Lincoln.
In "11 Louds a Leapin'", Clyde and his dads sing to Mr. Grouse together, along with the Loud family.
In "Baby Steps", Clyde mistakenly thinks his dads are adopting another baby when he hears them talking about "adopting another one" and sees them covering the electrical outlets and preparing baby clothes. It turns out that they're actually adopting another cat.
In "Kick the Bucket List", Clyde's dads take him to Hawaii.
In "ARGGH! You for Real?", Clyde's dads are concerned when he stops believing in his superstitions.
In "Tricked!", it's revealed that Clyde's dads only allow him one piece of candy a day.
In "Snow Way Down" after a whole day of his dads being overprotective on their winter vacation, Lincoln points this out to Clyde and asks his dads to let go a little, and was irritated when they couldn't even though they said they would. He then planned to ride down the Ramp of Insanity, but backed out after realizing how dangerous it was. When his dads and Lincoln tell him they went to the ramp to stop him, but got stuck, Clyde rescues them using a grappling hook to climb up to them, his sled to ride down the ramp and a parachute to land safely. This experience allowed his dads to see how their son is capable of handling himself and promise not to be so overprotective.
In "Game Boys", it's revealed that Clyde's dads deprive him of meat on Mondays, wheat on Wednesdays, and screens on Sundays.
In "Rocket Men", when Clyde wants to go to Space Cadets Experience, a one-week event taking place at a space camp, his dads are at first hesitant due to fear that Clyde will not be able to take care of himself for a whole week. However, when they see how excited the boys are, they agree to let them go.
In "Last Loud on Earth", Clyde's dads and Lynn Sr. go to look for Lincoln and Clyde when they seemingly go missing, after a storm warning. But because he thinks they’re zombies, he attacks them.
In Living Loud: Summer School, Clyde notes that his dads would get nervous if he stayed up too late on his hypothetical date with Lori.
Clyde apparently sees his beloved pet cat Cleopawtra as a sibling. She is easily angered, and can get dangerous around Clyde, which is why he has a time-out crate for her.
In "Game Boys", Clyde fears that he's going insane because he talks to her (and Nepurrtiti), becoming even more nervous of this possibility when she meows at him.
Nepurrtiti is Clyde's other cat, who he also loves a lot.
In "Baby Steps", when Clyde sees his dads preparing for Nepurrtiti's adoption, he mistakenly thinks they're adopting another baby. Nepurrtiti then nuzzles him and she scuffles with Cleopawtra to get cat treats.
Clyde has a nice relationship with all the Loud family siblings. He is the only boy in Royal Woods that tolerates Lincoln's sisters' antics. Because Clyde is an only child, he feels a little alone. This is why he usually spends his time with the Louds and is considered an honorary member of the family.
In "One Flu Over the Loud House", Clyde cares for the Loud family after they all catch the flu.
In "11 Louds a Leapin'", he sings to Mr. Grouse along with the Loud family (and his dads).
In Living Loud: Surprise Party, Clyde helps the Louds and the Santiago siblings prepare for Lori's birthday party.
Clyde is Lincoln's best friend, so both of the boys are very close with each other, like brothers. Clyde is endlessly loyal to Lincoln. The only thing about Clyde that annoys Lincoln is his obsession with Lori, but this never gets in the way of their friendship. Because of their closeness, Clyde has called Lincoln his brother-in-law (in the Polish dub). As often mentioned in various episodes, their friendship name is Clincoln McLoud (which is essentially their names combined into one). The two boys like to cosplay as Ace Savvy and One-Eyed Jack together.
In "Left in the Dark", Clyde tries to help Lincoln, but gets distracted by Lori.
In "Get the Message", Clyde helps Lincoln delete his scathing message.
In "Heavy Meddle", Clyde is concerned for Lincoln when Ronnie Anne is bullying him.
Clyde has a tendency to unnecessarily hug Lincoln when he assumes the worst. As seen in "Making the Case".
In "The Sweet Spot", Clyde is very curious about Lincoln's plan to snag the Sweet Spot in Vanzilla.
In "A Tale of Two Tables", Lincoln is tired of sitting at the kiddie table and Clyde, because the McBrides don't have a kiddie table, educated him on how to politely dine at the grownup table.
In "Space Invader", the two walk to school together.
In "Changing the Baby", Clyde spies on Lincoln and thinks he is replacing him with Lily. This makes him sad and prompts him to dress up as a baby in an attempt to win Lincoln back. In the end, Lincoln tells Clyde that he will never replace him and that they are best friends forever.
In "Overnight Success", Lincoln and Clyde plan a sleepover. Lincoln gets mad when Clyde wants to spend time with his sisters and cancels their slumber party in an outburst. Later on, Lincoln realizes that Clyde is the only person in town who is not scared of the Loud House, so they make up and watch a movie with all the sisters.
In "Hand-Me-Downer", they join a bike gang together.
In "Sleuth or Consequences", Clyde plans on going to an Ace Savvy convention with Lincoln.
In "Butterfly Effect", Lincoln imagines Lori marrying Clyde.
In "The Green House", Clyde comes over to play video games with Lincoln after the electricity at the McBride house goes down.
In "Along Came a Sister", Clyde is the only one not jealous when Lincoln is assigned to look after Frances and is instead happy for Lincoln. Later, when Frances is thought to be dead, Clyde gives Lincoln some casserole because according to his grandmother, it's therapeutic for grieving individuals. Even later, he's the second person after Lynn to help Lincoln save her from the exterminator.
In Save the Date, he is the only one not to mock Lincoln. He also thinks he upset Ronnie Anne, which he did. When Lincoln told him, he tried to help him.
In "Two Boys and a Baby", Lincoln's whole life flashes before Clyde's eyes, showing that Clyde knows his best friend so well that he has practically lived the same life.
In "Attention Deficit", Lincoln does his homework and has dinner at Clyde's house.
In "Lincoln Loud: Girl Guru", Clyde acts as Lincoln's assistant.
In "Roughin' It", Lincoln and Clyde camp together to try and be tough.
In "The Waiting Game", Lincoln and Clyde dance the tango together three times. They also hold hands twice.
In "Dance, Dance Resolution", Clyde helps Lincoln juggle his dates despite being afraid (to the point of vomiting and passing out) of heights and having to be up high.
In "A Fair to Remember", Lincoln feels sorry for Clyde because Clyde is unconscious. Later, the boys play video games together.
In "The Price of Admission", Clyde wants to watch a Blarney movie with Lincoln, but Lincoln ends up watching The Harvester instead. Later, Lincoln phones up Clyde for reassurance, but Clyde is asleep.
In "11 Louds a Leapin'", Clyde helps Lincoln get his sled back.
In "Intern for the Worse", they compete against each other for an unlimited free Flippee cup until they realized Flip was using them.
In "Baby Steps", when Clyde believes his dads are adopting another baby, Lincoln teaches him how to be a good big brother.
In "Brawl in the Family", Lincoln remembers that he and Clyde didn't mind wearing the same clothes on Picture Day. Later, Clyde acts as a therapist for Lincoln.
In "Cheater by the Dozen", Lincoln and Clyde play video games together.
In "Lock 'n' Loud", Clyde assists Lincoln in keeping his home safe by monitoring the police scanner and prepping a bucket of bacon grease to use against intruders.
In "The Whole Picture", he helps Lincoln recreate his childhood photos after accidentally the entire photo library of them off his computer. In the end, he takes a picture of Lincoln and his sisters hugging and laughing together, making it the start of a new photo library of memories.
In "Kick the Bucket List", Lincoln and Clyde come up with a list of activities for spring break, but then Clyde has to go to Hawaii for eight days, so they do all the activities in one day, which proves unsatisfying.
In "Shell Shock", Clyde is shocked to hear that Lincoln broke his egg "baby" but doesn't hold it against him.
In "Pulp Friction", Clyde helps Lincoln make his comic.
In "Pets Peeved", Lincoln phones Clyde up to check if he has seen Charles, Cliff, Geo, Walt, or Watterson.
In "Out of the Picture", the two try to sneak into photos together in order to get into the yearbook.
In "Back Out There", Clyde suspects that that he's depressed over the fact that Ronnie Anne has moved, and that he misses her. To fix this, he plans a boy's night out for Lincoln with their friends to not think about Ronnie Anne. When it appears to have not worked, they arrange for him to meet multiple girls, which does not go well with any of them. Lastly, they arrange for him to stay at a fancy hotel. When Lincoln questions why they're doing this, the boys reveal they've seen him hanging out at Ronnie Anne's former house, and make the assumption that he's not over her. Before Lincoln can fully explain himself, the boys shove him into the bus to the hotel. After Ronnie Anne explains he was at her old house waiting on a package to arrive, they manage to stop the bus and are properly punished by being forced to clean off the bird poop stains on the suits they wore during their boy's night out.
In "Spell It Out", he plays an online game with Lincoln and Rusty. But, due to Lincoln being unable to talk at the time, he accidentally gets their characters killed.
In "ARGGH! You for Real?", the duo go to a live taping to their favorite show "ARGGH!", but then are disappointed when they discover everything about it is staged and fake. This causes Clyde to throw out everything that he once believed in and now thinks is a total lie because of what he saw on the set. In order to restore his beliefs, Lincoln teams up with the star of the show, Hunter, to act out set of the haunted house actually being haunted by a ghost and, with Clyde's help, capture it.
In "Change of Heart", he plays video games with Lincoln.
In "Yes Man", he shows up at Lincoln's house when SMOOCH and the Loud sisters (sans Lily and Lucy) are singing.
In "Friend or Faux?", they do a special handshake, which Lisa observes.
In "Not a Loud", Clyde helps Lincoln do "field tests" about his origin and becomes very sad and afraid at the prospect of not seeing him again.
In "Tricked!", the duo scoped out Huntington Manor to gain full-size candy bars for Halloween and conspire to pose as two boys that strike a very strong resemblance to them both to get in. They accidentally bump into Hank and Hawk while sneaking away and Lincoln tells them they can score the most candy at Franklin Ave., keeping them unaware of the full-size candies in Huntington Manor. Upon trick-or-treating time, they successfully pull off their trick to get inside and score full bags of candy as Ace Savvy and One-Eyed Jack. However, they find their street completely trashed, which they learn was because of Hank and Hawk running rampant on Franklin Avenue. Because of their actions, nobody came to Lucy's corn maze. Lincoln and Clyde set out to make things right by getting the candy back from them. But they were caught before they could get away and are thrown into a dumpster after actually being turned into human pretzels. They then realize that they can get back at the bullies with blood because of how nauseous they got during their first encounter. They lure them both into Lucy's corn maze, where they are terrorized and get a bucket of blood dumped on them. With Hank and Hawk scared out of their street, Lincoln and Clyde give away their full-size candy to trick-or-treaters and declare their Halloween a success by eating half of their last candy bar.
In "Snow Way Down", Lincoln accompanies Clyde and his dads on a trip to a log cabin.
In "White Hare", When Clyde called Lincoln on the walkie talkie at the wrong time, he accidentally revalled everything to him about topics to discuss with the new girl, which causes his sisters to hear everything and get excited and also causes Lincoln feeling depressed and disappointed and had to call him back later.
In "Deal Me Out", it is revealed that Clyde and Lincoln meet five years earlier when Lincoln was chasing after Lynn, who was separated from their mother. During the chase, Lynn passed by Clyde, and Lincoln ended up crashing into him, giving the latter a nosebleed. Lincoln apologized to him, and offered his cape to wipe his nose.
In "Pasture Bedtime", Clyde goes to Liam and Girl Jordan's parties with Lincoln, along with Rusty and Zach.
In "Racing Hearts", they were partners for the Astonishing Quest.
In "Game Boys", Clyde is nervous about lending Lincoln his console for fear of it breaking, but lends it to him anyway for fear of offending Lincoln. Clyde then spies on Lincoln.
In "Middle Men", the boys tour middle school together.
In "Jeers for Fears", Lincoln and Clyde prepare to go, and then later actually go, through the haunted house together.
In "Tea Tale Heart", Clyde invites Lincoln to therapy, but Lincoln declines.
In "Cooked!", Clyde helps Lincoln promote the latter's father restaurant Lynn's Table.
In "Recipe for Disaster", upon discovering Lynn Sr.'s recipes may have been stolen, they investigate the case as Ace Savvy and One-Eyed Jack.
In "Any Given Sundae", Lincoln comes over to help Clyde who'd gotten stuck in a pair of skinny jeans despite being occupied with mopping the floor.
In "Rocket Men", Lincoln and Clyde convince their parents to let them go to space cadets camp. At first, their experience doesn't turn out to be as good as they hoped and then call their parents to come pick them up. But they encouraged them to stick it out, which leads them to attempt to sneak out. While trying to find a way out of camp, they accidentally enter flight simulator. This actually helps develop a better experience for them and become excited for more activities in camp. Unfortunately, they were informed their parents arrived to pick them up. Lincoln and Clyde explain that to them that while they didn't enjoy it at first, they actually like it now. This speech makes the parents state that as long as they had fun, they can stay if they want, much to the boys' happiness.
In "Last Loud on Earth", they stay up watching a zombie movie marathon in Lisa's Bunker. Soon afterwards, they discover a majority of Royal Woods deserted and assume the apocalypse is upon them with the two of them as the few remaining survivors.
In "Kings of the Con", they ask Lincoln's sisters to attend the Ace Savvy convention in order to help win the title of "Kings of the Con", but the sisters are not interested until Lincoln mentions that the winners get a cameo in the new Ace Savvy movie. When Lincoln and Clyde overhear the judges saying that they are going to give the movie part to the sisters but not them, the boys stage a situation in which they will look like heroes and the judges will ignore the sisters and give the part to the boys. When the boys confess to their scheme, the sisters are understandably disgusted, but they forgive them afterward because they still get to be in the movie as the boys are then disqualified and the sisters are awarded the movie part in their place.
In Lincoln's episode of Listen Out Loud, Lincoln and Clyde do detective work to try and figure out who took Lincoln's hammock.
In Clean-O-Clock, when handed his walkie-talkie, Lincoln calls Clyde over.
In Ace Savvy on the Case, they work together to solve cases and go to an Ace Savvy convention.
In Living Loud: Lincoln's List, Clyde gives Lincoln advice on how to do his chores.
In Living Loud: Summer School, Clyde helps Lincoln prove he didn't cheat on a test and Lincoln throws away food with gluten to help Clyde because Clyde is celiac.
In Lights Out, Lincoln helps plug Clyde's nosebleed.
In Welcome to the Loud House, Lincoln talks to Clyde with his walkie-talkie.
Lori appreciates Clyde and Lincoln's friendship. However, she dislikes his obsession with her. Whenever he is around her, he involuntarily acts like a robot ("Does not compute! Circuit overload!") and bleeds from his nose.
In "Left in the Dark", Lincoln and Clyde decide that it is best to watch the show separately, because Clyde will obsess over Lori if he comes over. Later, Clyde asks Lincoln if his sister will be interested in dating younger men (obviously referring to himself) which Lori overhears and answers directly to him "never gonna happen."
In "Heavy Meddle", Clyde mentions that Lori gives great advice, such as when she told him to "never be himself", which he doesn't seem to mind.
In "Butterfly Effect", Lori dates Clyde after breaking up with Bobby. At the end of the episode, they can be seen riding a bike together, apparently having gotten married. This is used as a gag, happening only in what appears to be Lincoln's imagination, and is not mentioned in further episodes.
In "Chore and Peace", Clyde receives a message from Walt that Lori wrote that was meant for Bobby and broke the news to him, making Clyde confident enough to attempt to woo Lori. Later, he asks if their couple name should be either "Clori" or "Llyde". However, she tells him that she and Bobby are together again, and he loses his confidence immediately with a nosebleed.
In "Two Boys and a Baby", Clyde tells Lily a story in which he is a knight who ends up living happily with "Princess Lori".
In "Save the Date", Clyde attempts to woo Lori while disguised as a waiter at the French-Mex restaurant when she and Bobby attempt to patch up their relationship, and tries to sabotage Bobby so he can get close to her. This plan fails as Lori is oblivious to his presence and ultimately, she makes up with Bobby, much to Clyde's displeasure.
In "A Fair to Remember", Lori tries to make Bobby jealous by spending the day with Clyde. Since he is unable to function around her, he is unconscious for the entire time. Lori ends up having to carry him around like a doll. She reunites with Bobby later on and thanks Clyde by sending him a gift box full of photos from their day out.
In "One Flu Over the Loud House", Clyde cries hysterically after learning that Lori has come down with the flu. He then makes it his mission to bring some of his dads' good food to the sick Louds.
In "11 Louds a Leapin'", Lori willingly kisses Clyde under a mistletoe as an act of good will towards him, once again showing that she does care about him, despite often getting annoyed at his attempts to win her over.
In "Lock 'n' Loud", Lori vouched for Clyde when Bobby was interrogating him, showing that she does care for him.
In "Change of Heart", when it seems that Clyde has become smitten with Leni instead of her, Lori tries to win back his affection after realizing that she actually missed the way he doted on her in the past. Later, after realizing that she should apologize to him, Lori admits that Clyde has made her feel good about herself and that anyone would be lucky to be his crush. Also, it was from that point on that Lori now considers Clyde to be a close friend rather than a nuisance.
In "Absent Minded", Clyde imagines that he is married to Lori in the future.
Clyde and Leni's relationship seems to be pretty good.
In "Overnight Success", she asks for his help on a new facial cream she needs to test on, before trying it. She also seems to enjoy his company at the sleepover.
In "Along Came a Sister", Clyde recalls one time on Halloween when Leni mistook his spider costume for a real spider and sprayed him with bug spray. Of course, this was just her arachnophobia getting the better of her.
In "The Whole Picture", Leni cools Clyde down, after he passes out from seeing Lori, and tells Lisa not to say Lori's name so loud.
In "Kick the Bucket List", Leni offers to ride on the teeter-totter with Clyde, but he declines, as he wants to do it with Lincoln, by drawing him on a rock.
In "Game Boys", Clyde drinks Leni's kale juice to prevent her from spilling it on his console.
In "Change of Heart", Leni helps Clyde not to act nervous around Lori, which led Lori to believe that they liked each other.
In "Crimes of Fashion", like Lincoln, Clyde helps Leni get her job back by solving the case on who took the scarfs.
Luna and Clyde don't have many interactions, but they get along very well. In "Overnight Success", it is shown that he does enjoy listening to her playing rock music.
In "For Bros About to Rock", she teaches him, along with Lincoln, how to have a great first concert experience.
However, Clyde is sometimes annoyed by Luan's jokes like in "Kick the Bucket List". In that case, he was probably annoyed because the situation was annoying in general.
As seen in "April Fools Rules", Luan has severely pranked Clyde in the past on April Fools' Day.
In "Game Boys", Clyde worries that Luan will get pie filling on his console.
In "Fool Me Twice", Clyde watches over her to make sure that Luan does not prank her family on April Fools' Day.
She and Clyde have a good relationship.
In "Making the Case", Clyde was worried about Lynn accidentally stepping on the rake behind her which did result in a series of escalating mishaps.
In "Hand-Me-Downer", Clyde tries to return Lynn's bike.
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 "Middle Men", Lynn gives Clyde (alongside Lincoln) some questionable advice about Middle School.
In "Game Boys", Clyde steals Lynn's hockey puck to prevent her from breaking his console. She then inadvertently disgusts him by farting near him, and starts chanting, "Fight!" upon noticing apparent drama between him and Lincoln.
Lucy and Clyde have a good relationship.
As seen in "A Fair to Remember", Lucy often brings messages from Lori to Clyde (in order to keep him from seeing Lori and freaking out).
Despite their friendship, Clyde inadvertently helps expose Lucy as the culprit who clogged the bathroom toilet in "Sleuth or Consequences".
In "Baby Steps", he helps Lucy come up with a rhyme for Lori, but as it turns out, this was part of a plan cooked up by Lincoln and Lucy didn't really need help.
In "Game Boys", Clyde fears that Lucy will spill her drink on his console.
She and Clyde have a good relationship. In "Overnight Success", it is shown that Clyde enjoys playing with Lana's pets.
In "Kick the Bucket List", she and Lola beat up Clyde after he accidentally destroys their sandcastle.
In "Game Boys", he fears that she will get his console muddy. She also accidentally gives him a sausage, thinking he was Charles.
In Living Loud: Surprise Party, Lana stores coolant in Clyde's locker.
She and Clyde have a good relationship. In "Overnight Success", it is shown that Clyde enjoys Lola's makeovers.
In "Kick the Bucket List", she and Lana beat up Clyde after he accidentally destroys their sandcastle.
In "Out of the Picture", she thanks Lincoln and Clyde for getting her good photo into the yearbook.
In "Game Boys", Clyde worries that Lola will spill nail polish on his console. Later, she enthuses about the apparent drama between he and Lincoln.
In Last Loud on Earth, she yells at him to come to the mall. Later she gives him a look of confusion.
Lisa seems to get along well with Clyde most of the time. She treats him similarly to how she treats her sisters. Lisa has used Clyde as a test subject and called him a fool in the past, but seems to like him nonetheless. Clyde doesn't mind being used as part of her experiments.
In "Baby Steps", he ties her shoelaces and she tells him he is a lifesaver; however, it was part of Lincoln's plan.
In "Making the Grade", Lisa takes his seat next to Lincoln, leaving him heartbroken that he couldn't sit next to his best friend anymore.
In "Friend or Faux?", Lisa observes Lincoln and Clyde's handshake.
In "Game Boys", Clyde worries that Lisa will spill her potions on his console, so he trips her up, planning to apologize later.
In Dairyland Amoosement Park (game), Lisa and Clyde ride the Teacups ride together.
Clyde and Lily get along very well. Just like Lincoln and his sisters, Clyde can't resist the baby of the family.
In "Changing the Baby", Clyde fears that Lily will replace him as Lincoln's new best friend, and tries to win Lincoln back, by dressing up as a baby. When he realizes how cute Lily is, Clyde admits that he can't stay mad at her, and decides to spend some time with her.
In "Overnight Success", Clyde was playing with Lily for a little while as Leni was shampooing his hair.
In "Two Boys and a Baby", Clyde helps Lincoln babysit Lily, thinking it would be an easy task only to find out that it's much more difficult than intended. Lily, at one point, tears off strands of Clyde's hair while she throws a tantrum.
In "Baby Steps", Lily goes to Clyde with a storybook and Clyde agrees as he reads to Lily about the story.
In "Jeers for Fears", Clyde is afraid of Lily in a wolf suit.
In "Game Boys", he trips her up because she was covered in paint and he didn't want her to get paint on his console.
Due to his obsession with Lori, Clyde despises her boyfriend, Bobby. In "Two Boys and a Baby", Clyde's above-mentioned story ends with Bobby getting eaten by a monster, and in "Attention Deficit", Clyde mentions that on his volcano project, Bobby is inside the volcano boiling in hot lava. In "Save the Date", he repeatedly tries to humiliate Bobby to no avail.
Bobby does not feel the same way towards Clyde, as seen in "For Bros About to Rock" and "A Fair to Remember". In these episodes, Bobby acts kindly around him and also calls him "bro". At the end of the latter episode, Clyde performs a friendly handshake with Bobby, and does not act angrily around him (perhaps because he already fulfilled his dream of going on a date with Lori). This means that they could be on good terms.
However, in "11 Louds a Leapin'", Clyde hoped that Bobby got caught in Mr. Grouse's yard, and taken into his house forever. So, he likely still despises him.
In "Cheater by the Dozen", Clyde thinks that Bobby is cheating on Lori and he was very angry with him.
In "Jeers for Fears", Bobby helps him and Lincoln not be so scared about the House of Terror by showing them that all the effects are made of practical items, and all the monsters that pop out are just people in costumes. This backfires when the owner fired the staff to make revisions, making the house even more scarier than it originally was.
In Living Loud: Surprise Party, Clyde helps Bobby, Ronnie Anne, and the Loud siblings prepare for Lori's birthday party.
In "Dance, Dance Resolution", Clyde covers for Lincoln by dancing with one of his four dates: Haiku, a friend of Lucy. Clyde admits to Haiku that he is smitten with "an older woman," Lori. Haiku explains to him that she is also hoping to enter an impossible relationship with a 200-year-old vampire boy. They smile and have a conversation about unrequited love. Haiku tells Lincoln later in the episode that she enjoys Clyde, because they "share the same pain". She and Clyde share a slow dance together at the end, all while looking at photos of their respective crushes.
In "Friendzy", Clyde and Haiku met again. She seemed disappointed that he doesn't remember her.
In "Shell Shock", Clyde is partnered with Penelope to take care of an egg for the week. The two seem to have a good relationship with each other, as they are both willing to work together, and quickly get along well in taking care of their egg, which they name "Calliope".
Clyde and Ronnie Anne don't have many interactions, but they seem to get along fine once Ronnie Anne stopped bullying Lincoln.
In "Heavy Meddle", Clyde seems intimidated by Ronnie Anne and worries that she will do something very bad to Lincoln.
In "Shell Shock", after Lincoln makes up an excuse to sit with Lisa, she sits at the edge of a table with Clyde and Penelope, and seems them feeding her egg, she then rolls her eyes at them for unknown reasons.
In "Back Out There", Clyde confronts with Ronnie Anne on Lincoln's phone by telling her to let Lincoln have some privacy time, since he and his friends always see him hanging out at her former house. However, Ronnie Anne explains that the reason why Lincoln hangs out at her former house is because she shipped a package there, and Lincoln's been waiting for it to arrive.
In Living Loud: Surprise Party, Clyde assists Ronnie Anne, along with Bobby and the Loud kids, in preparing for Lori's birthday party.
In Brave the Last Dance, Emma is Clyde's ex-crush. Initially, she was one of his co-workers in the Valentine's Day Dance planning committee, and wanted to invite her to the Valentine's dance. With the help of his friends, he is convinced that Emma is in love with him and decides to invite her to the famous dance, but then he discovers to his dismay that she wants to be only his friend. Despite the initial and bitter disappointment of the letdown, Clyde ultimately decided to forgive Emma and accept her as her friend, thanks to the meeting with Chloe, who confessed to trying something for him.
After Emma rejected Clyde asking to be only as his friend, Clyde meets Chloe who confesses that she appreciates him very much. Clyde is flattered by that confession and he discovers to try something for her. So Clyde decides to invite Chloe to dance with him, and she accepts with enthusiasm. So the two dance happily together, at the Valentine's Day party.
Rusty is good friends with Clyde.
In "Hand-Me-Downer", Clyde gets to know Rusty and joins his bike gang.
In "Back Out There", he and Rusty work together with Zach and Liam to help Lincoln overcome what they believed to be post-breakup blues (PBB).
In "Pasture Bedtime", Clyde goes to Girl Jordan and Liam's parties with Rusty, along with Lincoln and Zach.
In "Brave the Last Dance", to conquer Emma and find out if she likes Clyde, Rusty advises Clyde to put on a particular cologne, saying that, according to his older cousin, some girls like perfumed boys. That way, if Emma likes and comments on his cologne, it means that she likes Clyde.
Zach and Clyde are friends.
In "Back Out There", Clyde and Zach (along with Liam and Rusty) work together to help Lincoln "get over his breakup" with Ronnie Anne.
In "Pasture Bedtime", Zach and Clyde go to Liam's party together, along with Rusty and Lincoln.
Clyde is also good friends with Liam.
In "Back Out There", Clyde works with Liam (along with Rusty and Zach) to help Lincoln get over his supposed post-breakup blues.
In "Pasture Bedtime", Clyde goes to Liam's slumber party.
In "Brave the Last Dance", To conquer Emma and find out if she likes Clyde, Liam advises Clyde to save the seat next to him for Emma. That way, if Emma wants to take him right next to Clyde, it means she likes Clyde.
Charles seems to get along fine with Charles despite their occasional altercations.
In "Game Boys", Charles is mad at Clyde because Clyde tried to eat some sausage that was meant for him.
In Living Loud: Surprise Party, Clyde claims to be allergic to dogs, even though he's interacted with Charles before and been fine.
Charles likes Cliff a lot.
In "Deal Me Out", Clyde suspects Cliff of tracking mud through the living room during a flashback.
In "Game Boys", Clyde throws yarn at a muddy Cliff to distract him from jumping on his console. Later, Cliff meows at Clyde.
In Living Loud: Surprise Party, Clyde is mean to Cliff and claims he's allergic to cats, but he evidently isn't as he owns two cats.
Charles seems to get along fine with Geo.
In "Game Boys", Clyde uses Geo (in his ball) to trip up Lisa.
In Living Loud: Surprise Party, Clyde refuses to touch Geo and claims he's allergic to hamsters.
Clyde and Walt seem to get on fine despite Walt's grumpiness.
In "Chore and Peace", Walt accidentally sends Lori's love letter to Clyde instead of Bobby.
In "Brawl in the Family", Clyde passes Dr. Lopez's advice onto Lincoln.
In "Making the Grade", Clyde calls Dr. Lopez after having to sit apart from Lincoln.
In "Back Out There", Clyde reads about post-breakup blues from the pamphlets in Dr. Lopez's waiting room.
In "ARGGH! You for Real?", it's revealed that Dr. Lopez has done therapy with Clyde since he was two.
In "Game Boys", it's revealed that Clyde's sessions with Dr. Lopez take place on Thursdays.
In "Tea Tale Heart", Clyde has a therapy session with Dr. Lopez.