This page describes all of Luna Loud's relationships with her family and friends.
Luna gets along well with her siblings. She's always singing songs for them to make them feel better when they're sad, but the worst part of this is that she can sometimes play her music too loudly, and the mere odd inconsiderate moments, like in "Changing the Baby", where she almost stage dives onto Lily, or in "No Guts, No Glori", where she plugs her guitar into numerous amps, and sends Lincoln flying against the wall, causing it to crack. As a big sister, she is protective with her younger siblings, and will help them whenever she can.
In "House Music", Luna suggested making a family band for a fair contest. All her siblings agreed and were happy when their dad joined. However Luna's lust of fame lead her to train her siblings very strictly, much to their annoyance. After she expelled her father from the band, all her siblings were disappointed and expelled Luna for her bossy behavior. When she realized she was a jerk and apologized to her siblings, they all forgave her.
In "L is for Love", all her siblings accompanied Luna as moral support in meeting her love interest. However, Luna was too insecure to approach her love interest. After hearing her parents' story of how they met, she felt inspired to express her feelings towards her love interest, and encourages her siblings to do the same.
Luna and Lincoln have a stable and genial relationship. They both help each other, and usually spend time together for fun. Usually, Luna sings songs to him to encourage him whenever he's putting a plan into action.
However, she is not above getting angry with Lincoln, or having inconsiderate, and/or ballistic moments with him, such as in "The Sweet Spot", where she attacks him in order to get the best seat in Vanzilla, or in "Sleuth or Consequences", where she accuses Lincoln of clogging the toilet without any proof, and later, like the other sisters, is smug towards him about the Princess Pony reveal. In "It's a Loud, Loud, Loud, Loud, House", she brutally kicked him out her room (along with Lynn and Lola in their respective rooms) by using powerful sound speakers, because she didn't want him to interrupt her in search for hidden money. Then later, she and the others sisters barged into Lincoln's room because they think he has the money. Also, after searching the whole house Luna thinks that Lincoln missed something in the letter, and she, and the others viciously assaulted him, but they all made up at the end of the episode. Despite all of this though, their relationship is steady.
Sometimes, she asks him to help her fix her guitar strings, as mentioned in "Sound of Silence".
In "Hand-Me-Downer", she gave Lincoln her old, but broken guitar.
In "For Bros About to Rock", she wanted to make his first concert very unforgettable. However, he brutally admitted he doesn't want her to ruin his first concert, as she already did to Lori, Lana, Lola, and Lisa. She felt hurt, but realized he's correct about her. After Lincoln was arrested for attempted illegal purchasing of concert tickets, Luna disguised herself as their mom to get him out, so he and Clyde could go to the concert. It worked, until Bobby inadvertently blew her cover and then gets locked up as well. She then shares her memory of her first concert, which convinces the Mall Cop Captain to let them attend the concert. At the end, they all enjoyed the concert together.
In "Cover Girls", Lincoln dresses up as Luna at one point.
In "Roughin' It", it's revealed that she taught him how to knit.
In "The Loudest Yard", Luna was so excited about Lincoln becoming a football star, she volunteered to play the national anthem on her brother's big match.
In "Dance, Dance Resolution", Luna got a date for Lincoln for the Sadie Hawkins Dance, because he was "sad", but then she, along with Luan, Lynn, and Lucy, were angry with him because he lied to all of them.
In "Kick the Bucket List", Lincoln was playing a one-man band instrument. Luna saw this and offered to join him, and was disappointed when he refused.
In "Garage Banned", Luna accidentally damaged Luan's puppet Mr. Coconuts. When Lincoln told Luna to pay for damages, she threatened him with her fist.
In "Future Tense", when Lincoln was reading a comic and Luna was playing on guitar, they were sitting next to each other.
In "Yes Man", Luna was the first sister to ask Lincoln for teaching her how to convince their parents to give her money. She agreed to lend him her guitar when he was trying to convince them himself. After he failed and missed the SMOOCH concert, Luna organized her own concert with her sisters to return the favor to Lincoln.
In "Not a Loud", Lincoln asks Luna some details about the day he was born.
In "Tripped!", Luna and Lincoln can be seen playing together.
In "White Hare", Luna tells Lincoln that he is rockin'.
In "Insta-gran", after Myrtle trimmed Lincoln's hair into a bowl cut, Luna gave him a ski mask to cover up his embarrassing new hairdo. Later, she complimented him after he edited a photo to make it seem as if Myrtle and Seymour were kissing each other.
In "The Loudest Thanksgiving", Lincoln gives a thumbs-up to Luna and she dims the lights on her laptop.
Luna and Lori don't have much interactions, but Luna really detests when Lori breaks her music practicing as shown in "No Guts, No Glori". However, Luna plays to make all work faster when Lori asks her to do so.
In "Brawl in the Family", she believes that Lori has the right to be mad at Leni.
In "Party Down", although Luna was invited and eventually kicked out of Lori's sophisticated party, Luna was singing Lori's song from Boyz Will Be Boyz, and invited Lori to sing along with her, when Lori came to join the upstairs party. Even though Lori felt she couldn't, she ended up joining Luna, and they both sang together.
In "Driving Ambition", while practicing for an important golf match, Luna helps her with how to keep her hands shaking by telling her she had the same problem, but told herself to recite a mantra so she can concentrate, and managed to perform without any setbacks. Lori eventually creates her own mantra to concentrate.
In "Racing Hearts", Lori was very excited when Luna told her and Leni she would be partners with Sam at the Royal Woods Astonishing Quest. Later on when Luna expresses how they both don't have much in common, Lori reassures her that she went through the same thing with Bobby when they first started dating and advises her to embrace Sam's interests so she can understand her better. When it was all over, she gives Luna a thumbs up as she watches the two embrace each other.
The two of them don't interact with each other much, but in "Along Came a Sister", it is shown that she does enjoy listening to her music and dances while she and Lily used pots and pans as drums, although it was actually a diversion to keep Leni from noticing Frances.
In "Hand-Me-Downer", is revealed that Leni gave her bike to Luna as a hand-me-down.
In "House Music", Luna lets Leni sing backup, but the latter is unable to, due to not understanding her role.
In "Come Sale Away", Luna corrects Leni, because she thought that a welcome mat was Lily's blanket.
In "L is for Love", Leni was the first to ask Luna why she wasn't cheering over the fact that she was still in the running of the secret admirer mystery.
In "No Laughing Matter", Leni accidentally burns Luna by flushing the toilet after Luan does not make a joke.
In "No Spoilers", the last flashback shows that Leni ruined Luna’s surprise party.
In "Really Loud Music", Leni mistakes Luna for Lola when Michelle and Doug gave her a makeover.
In "Racing Hearts", Leni was very excited when Luna told her and Lori she would be partners with Sam at the Royal Woods Astonishing Quest. By the end of the quest, she was very happy to see them hugging one another.
Because Luna has to share a room with Luan, they appear to be on good terms. Like all of her siblings, she gets annoyed by Luan's unfunny jokes. Sometimes Luna helps her by being the "band show", or bringing mood music every time Luan is practicing her stand-up comedy puns, like in "Overnight Success".
In "Hand-Me-Downer", it's explained that Luna handed the bike down to Luan.
In "Sleuth or Consequences", they were fighting for the TV remote control.
In "It's a Loud, Loud, Loud, Loud, House", they worked together to find the money.
In "Brawl in the Family", they were the second sisters to get into a fight.
In "No Laughing Matter", Luna was angry for Luan's pranks, but then, she helped Luan to be funny again.
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 as 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 "Homespun", Luna and Lynn are seen to embrace each other as the Loud family accepts their home for the way it is.
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".
In "Really Loud Music", Lynn alongside Lana prevent Doug and Michelle from sabotaging Luna's performance.
They don't have many interactions, but in the short "Slice of Life", Luna shows that she doesn't like Lucy speaking with ghosts.
In "In Tents Debate", Luna was surprised and disappointed that Lucy preferred lying on Aloha Beach instead of playing in DairyLand.
In "Picture Perfect", they comment on how ugly Lincoln's coffee mug he originally planned to give his parents looks.
In "House Music", they wrote the lyrics and tune for their song, "Plastic Bag Blown Through The Gutter Of Life".
In "Future Tense", Lucy and Luna go to different houses to get people to vote.
In "Rita Her Rights", Luna helped Lucy bring her coffin downstairs while wrecking the stair banister in the process.
These two do not interact very much, but it is shown that while they have been shown to work together with their siblings, they seem to have a little conflict every now and then.
In "For Bros About to Rock", Lana, along with her other sisters, warns Lincoln not to let Luna find out about going to his first SMOOCH concert, as she'll come along and ruin the experience, just as she did when she went with her and Lola to see Blarney the Dinosaur, where she tried to crowd surf on small children, only to crush them, including her twins, under her.
In "In Tents Debate", they worked together to sabotage the "Beach team".
In "It's a Loud, Loud, Loud, Loud, House" Lana asks Luna for some digging music while she digs for the money.
In "Cereal Offender", Luna was carrying Lana on her back, while they were playing in a cereal food fight with the rest of their siblings.
In "Pets Peeved", Lana lamented all the pets are missing. Luna embraced her to make her feel better.
In "Room with a Feud", it was revealed that Luna and Lana would be the most compatible roommates.
In "Job Insecurity", Luna tried to save her sandwich from her and Lola from fighting, then later Luna was seen fist bumping her, along with Lola.
In "Health Kicked", Luna allowed Lana and Lynn to hang onto her.
In "Really Loud Music", Lana alongside Lynn prevent Doug and Michelle from sabotaging Luna's performance.
These two do not interact very much, but it is shown that while they have been shown to work together with their siblings, they seem to have a little conflict every now and then.
In "For Bros About to Rock", Lola, along with her other sisters, warns Lincoln not to let Luna find out about going to his first SMOOCH concert, as she'll come along and ruin the experience, just as she did when she went with her and Lana to see Blarney the Dinosaur, where she tried to crowd surf on small children, only to crush them, including the twins, under her.
In "Cover Girls", Lola dresses up like Luna at one point.
In "Come Sale Away", during the competition to see who can get Lily's blanket back first, they confront a lady who bought a malfunctioning vacuum cleaner at the sale, and try to blame the other for selling it to her.
In "A Tattler's Tale", when Lola finds out about her secret about blowing out the power one night, she forces her to let her have the middle seat on the coach, and dress up as a medieval bard and sing songs for her.
In "Job Insecurity", Luna tried to save her sandwich from her and Lana from fighting, then later Luna was seen fist bumping her, along with Lana.
In "No Spoilers", Lola tells Luna that her music will make their Mom's ears bleed and the latter tells the former that her cake is too sweet.
She and Luna don't have a lot of interaction between them, but they do get along with each other. However in "The Sweet Spot", it is revealed that Luna's singing annoys Lisa, because it gives her tinnitus.
In "In Tents Debate", they both want to go to Dairyland, and try to get Lincoln to vote for their side.
In "For Bros About to Rock", it is revealed that Luna ruined her first opera concert.
In "Room with a Feud", they are paired as roommates based on Lincoln's compatibility test. They get along well until Luna plays a note above a D6, causing them to get into an argument.
In "Roadie to Nowhere", Lisa gives Luna some advice about her future.
In "The Mad Scientist", Luna is saddened and worried when Lisa informs the family of her plans to move permanently into the science institute, so far away from the family. She even feels hurt as Lisa reveals the pie chart prioritizing science over her own family, dubbing the younger sister as being "cold as ice".
In "House of Lies", Luna tells Lisa that she cannot force their family to tell the truth all the time, but Lisa disagrees with Luna's statement.
In "Really Loud Music" Lisa gives Luna some advice when Luna keeps hearing songs.
Luna has a nice relationship with her baby sister, and Lily seems to enjoy being with her. Out of all their siblings and (presumably) after their parents, Luna seems to be Lily's primary caregiver, and is also the one who normally carries Lily when they, and the rest of their siblings are on the move.
In "Changing the Baby", Luna tries to implement her interests on Lily, because she had nobody that shares her likes.
In "A Tattler's Tale", she is seen playing with Lily.
In "Cheater by the Dozen", Luna covered Lily's eyes from inappropriate images.
In "Potty Mouth", after accidentally crying out the "D" word in anger from breaking a string on her guitar in front of Lily, Luna repeats her actions, but ends up breaking the guitar neck and calmly reassures Lily she was done with it anyways and starts playing drums with her.
In "The Crying Dame", Luna is seen carrying Lily from bed in the morning.
Luna gets along well with both of her parents, much like she does with her siblings.
In "Health Kicked", they exercise together by playing guitar, which she calls it "Luna-cise".
In "Future Tense", her parents drop her off at a community college in order to brush up on her English.
They don't have many interactions, but they both share a love for music and British culture.
In "Overnight Success", Luna once invited her friends to a house party, but Lynn Sr. was kicked out because he was not on the list. He screamed at Luna for this.
In "House Music", he joined the family band, but Luna considered him too embarrassing, so she excluded him for the band. He went into deep depression because of it and returned to normal when Luna apologized and admitted she was wrong from the start.
In "Anti-Social", they have a jam session together after she and her siblings convince him not to be so addicted to his mobile devices.
They don't have many interactions, but Rita treats Luna like all of her other children.
In "House Music", after apologizing to her siblings and father, she offers her mother to join in the family band with a tambourine.
In "Really Loud Music", Rita mistakes Luna for being one of Lori's friends when Michelle and Doug gave her makeover.
Luna and Clyde don't have many interactions, but they get along very well.
In "Overnight Success", it is shown that he enjoys 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.
He is Luna's inspiration for being a rock girl, and she looks up to him as a hero, since she met him during his concert, as seen in "For Bros About to Rock". She often listens his songs and imitates his rock poses. Luna can also get excited and nervous when he's near to her. In "House Music", she and Mick establish a friendly relationship.
In "Butterfly Effect", Mick offers Luna to join his tour after hearing her music video about her family falling apart on the internet. But later, he kicks her out from his tour after she destroyed her hotel room in a fit of rage. However, the whole episode was just Lincoln's fantasy.
In "Sleuth or Consequences", Luna chases him to obtain a lock of his hair during a concert.
In "Yes Man", Luna wanted to buy Mick's sweaty shirt at his auction.
He is Luna's roadie. He often helps her with her equipment when she is getting ready to perform, as shown in "Project Loud House". He and Luna look to be in good terms.
In "Overnight Success", it was revealed that he was the bouncer for Luna's sleepover in a flashback.
In "Chore and Peace", Luna asks him what does he think about the song she composed. He answers her saying it stinks, but was referring to her room, due to the lot of garbage that was there, thanks to Lincoln.
In "Roughin' It", he once tried to get a piano into her room, which was impossible, due to its size.
In "Roadie to Nowhere", Luna learns that Chunk used to attend her school and starts to worry that she won't make it as a rock star since he was like her in high school. However, she eventually finds out that he still performs to this day in his own band and regains her confidence to perform at the Royal Rumble. During her performance, they both play on stage together.
Luna and Tabby are good friends, as both are energetic rock music enthusiasts.
In "L is for Love", Luna is revealed to have a crush on a girl named Sam, whom the audience is initially led to believe is a boy. Throughout the episode, she is hesitant about giving a token of her affection to Sam, and eventually places a love letter in Sam's locker at the end of the episode. It is then revealed to the audience that Sam is actually a girl, which in turn reveals that Luna is apparently bisexual (meaning that she's sexually attracted to both men and women).
In "Friendzy", in a dispute over privileges with her siblings, Sam was the first of her many friends she invites to her place in order to gain special privileges.
In "Racing Hearts", Luna and Sam participate in the Royal Woods Astonishing Quest. Initially, Luna believes the two of them would be perfect partners together. However, as they progress throughout various challenges, they begin to realize how much less they have in common, even when Luna takes Lori's advice to embrace Sam's interests so she can better understand her. On the final challenge, they had learned they did have something in common, which is their lack of interest in baking. Despite the fact they didn't win, they brush it off, saying that even if they don't have much in common, they want to spend time together so they can discover new things they like together.
In the comic "Sam's Pick" (printed in Live Life Loud!), Luna and Sam spend the day jamming throughout the Loud House and then exchange their guitar picks. The next day, Luna thinks she has lost Sam's pick and tries to distract Sam while her siblings look for it. When they couldn't find it and Sam asks why she's been acting nuts, Luna admits that she lost her pick. But Sam reveals that she put both picks inside Luna's guitar case to make sure they wouldn't lose them. With the pick found and all is forgiven, Luna performs in the attic for her siblings with Sam.
In the comic "Midnight Melody" (printed in After Dark), Luna was staying up at midnight after being struck by inspiration to write a song for Sam. As she struggles with finding the right word that rhymes with "world", she decides to call Sam for advice (while fearing she may be asleep, that she'll think that Luna is a weirdo or both). Fortunately, when Luna does call her, Sam was up binge-watching a new cooking competition show. As Luna confides to her with her rhyming issue, Sam explains that she's had the same problem and figured it would be "more punk" to make lyrics that don't rhyme and as long as they come from the heart, that's all that matters. Thanks to her advice, Luna was able to finish the song.