This page describes all of Lynn Loud Sr.'s relationships with his family and friends.
He loves his wife very much and often hangs out with her.
In "No Guts, No Glori", they went out on date night and both agreed to leave the children with Lori as their babysitter.
In "A Tale of Two Tables", they played with the peas after all the children are gone from the grown-up table.
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 "The Price of Admission", he eats some of her cake.
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 take ballroom dance classes and Lynn Sr. twirls Rita into a rose bush each time they came home.
In "Potty Mouth", Rita forced Lynn Sr. to change his tie.
In "L is for Love", twenty years prior to when they first met, Rita sent secret admirer letters to him, and by her third letter, she invited him to a British restaurant for their first date. They were both celebrating their anniversary in the same restaurant.
In "Future Tense", they watch comedy videos together.
In "Anti-Social", he is annoyed by Rita, along with their kids, using social media all the time.
In "A Fridge Too Far", Rita convinced Lynn Sr. that his investor will let him open his own restaurant.
In "Pipe Dreams", Rita and Lynn Sr. build a bathroom in their closet so they do not have to wait a long line to use the upstairs bathroom all the time.
In "Rita Her Rights", he gives her a break from the morning routine by initiating it instead of her.
In "Head Poet's Anxiety", Lynn Sr. tells Rita to get the camera while Lucy is doing something relating to happiness.
In "Breaking Dad", he asks Rita for advice on what to do when Lily calls Mr. Grouse "Dada".
In "Really Loud Music", they performed a country song together.
In "Racing Hearts", they were partners for the Astonishing Quest.
In Clean-O-Clock, the two go out together and leave the kids in charge of cleaning the house.
Lynn Sr. loves all of his children very much and will go to great lengths to ensure their happiness.
In "No Guts, No Glori", he mildly teases his kids' tendency to make messes by claiming to be glad the house is still standing after they were home alone.
In "Ties That Bind", the children overhear a conversation about Lynn Sr.'s ties, and mistakenly believe that the parents are kicking them out.
In "Sleuth or Consequences", he grounds them all until it's revealed who clogged the toilet. He then un-grounds the girls when Lincoln takes the fall for Lucy clogging it.
In "Chore and Peace", he and Rita decide not to interfere with their children's strike.
In "It's a Loud, Loud, Loud, Loud, House", he buries money in the yard and pretends it was left by an ancestor named Sharon DeMonet, in order to teach his children how to share money.
In "Attention Deficit", the children try to get his and Rita's attention.
In "One of the Boys", the dream version of Lynn Sr. in the gender-swapped dimension doesn't like his children jumping on him.
In "Homespun", during a flashback, Lynn Sr. got sentimental when his kids put their hand prints on the side of the house for his and Rita's anniversary.
In "Suite and Sour", he and Rita nearly don't bring their kids with them to the hotel, but they convince him and Rita to bring them.
In "Vantastic Voyage", the children convince him to buy a new van, but then get annoyed when he becomes overprotective of it.
In "Fed Up", they become frustrated with him cooking the same dinners and sabotage dinner so that he would order takeaways instead.
In "L is for Love", the children find a love letter written for Lynn Sr. by Rita and presume it is for one of them since it was addressed to "L. Loud".
In "Job Insecurity", the children mistakenly think they have gotten Lynn Sr. fired and try to find him a new job.
In "Health Kicked", he serves them grubs and onion water for lunch as he believes those are healthy. This grosses them all out except for Lana.
In "Future Tense", he and Rita try to make the children more well-rounded.
In "Yes Man", his children use their talents to convince him and Rita to give them money.
In "Anti-Social", he becomes frustrated with his kids (plus Rita) using social media all the time.
In "A Fridge Too Far", the children unwittingly throw his food away, thinking their siblings put it in the fridge. They later help him cook.
In "Pipe Dreams", he and Rita keep the bathroom they built a secret from the kids for fear of them trashing it.
In "Home of the Fave", when he believed that his kids thought he was starting to play favorites, he spends time with each and every one of them so that none of them feel left out. Even cooked all of their favorite dinner meals. However, the kids state they never believed that he was playing favorites and know that he loves all of them equally.
In "Cooked!", his kids all come up with ideas for his restaurants. This, unfortunately, ends up being too much for him.
In "Washed Up", he and Rita tell their children never to quit, and then later the children tell him and Rita the same.
In "Present Tense", the children try to find a present for Lynn Sr.'s birthday.
In "Any Given Sundae", Lynn Sr. is the one who tells the kids that they are going out for ice cream.
In "A Tale of Two Tables", Lynn Sr. is the first parent to let Lincoln sit at the grown-up table, but then later the first parent to send him back to the kiddie table.
In "Project Loud House", Lincoln gives Lynn Sr. a break from cooking breakfast by cooking it.
In "Ties That Bind", Lincoln becomes nervous when Lynn Sr. mentions that he is unsure if "the one with the white hair/hare" is even his. Thankfully, Lynn Sr. was only talking about his Easter tie.
In "Picture Perfect", Lincoln tries to take the perfect photo for Lynn Sr. and Rita for their anniversary.
In "Sleuth or Consequences", he and his daughters (except Lucy) blame Lincoln for clogging the toilet, since his son has a history doing it, but it turns out that Lincoln was innocent of clogging the toilet. Lucy was actually guilty of clogging the toilet, and Lincoln takes the blame for her in order to save her from embarrassment, and as a result his dad grounds him.
In "Along Came a Sister", Lynn Sr. indirectly inconveniences Lincoln by calling the exterminator to kill the spider Lincoln was in charge of looking after.
In "A Novel Idea", Lincoln tries to sneak into Lynn Sr.'s workplace by dressing in drag, but it doesn't work.
In "The Loudest Yard", Lynn Sr. tried to do jogging with Lincoln. He was angry with Lincoln when he discovered that he prefers playing at the arcade. Rita assigned Lincoln to a football team and he asked Lynn Jr. to dress up as him. Lynn Sr. was proud that his son was a football star, but disappointed when he discovered it was false.
In "Raw Deal", Lincoln mistakes Lynn Sr. in a swimsuit for a sea monster.
In "The Price of Admission", Lincoln overhears Lynn Sr. talk about slicing something down the middle and thinks it's the Harvester from a horror movie he saw, but he was really talking about Rita's cake.
In "Study Muffin", Lynn Sr. interrupts Lincoln's studying to discuss British culture with Hugh.
In "The Whole Picture", it was revealed that Lynn Sr. taught Lincoln how to ride a bike.
In "No Such Luck", Lynn Sr, his wife, and daughters start to ban him from all of the family activities after Lynn Jr. declares him bad luck for losing her baseball game. Eventually, they kicked Lincoln out of the house, and gave away all his belongings.
In "Fool's Paradise", Lynn Sr. and Lincoln worked together to prank Luan back after she was pranking the rest of their family.
In "Yes Man", Lincoln tries to get money out of Lynn Sr. by playing sports with him, but Lincoln loses.
In "Not a Loud", Lincoln believes that he and Rita swapped him for another daughter because they wanted a boy, but it turns out that was not the case.
In "Anti-Social", they spend time together by playing chess.
In "Game Boys", Lincoln makes it so that Lynn Sr. spills pizza on him instead of on Clyde's snap console.
In "Predict Ability", Lynn Sr. points out that Lincoln always has his breakfast burritos with cheese and no potatoes, which makes Lincoln worry that he is predictable.
In "Home of the Fave", Lynn Sr. mistakes Lincoln's looking at him to acknowledge him for a sign he was feeling left out, so he watched Legends with him.
In "Cooked!", Lincoln comes up with an ad for Lynn Sr.'s restaurant.
In "Recipe for Disaster", Lincoln, along with Clyde, investigates when some frozen dinners use the same recipe as Lynn Sr.'s food.
In "Last Loud on Earth", Lincoln (along with Clyde) mistakes Lynn Sr. and Clyde's dads, who were looking for the boys, for zombies.
In "Schooled!", he gives Lincoln a ride to the ferry to Canada.
In "Vantastic Voyage", Lynn Sr. helps Lori with her math homework.
In "Party Down", Lynn Sr. gives Lori props for her party.
In "Garage Banned", Lynn Sr. gets upset when Lori moves into the garage.
In "Health Kicked", she and Leni are grossed out when they accidentally see him in his underwear.
In "The Crying Dame", it's revealed that he and Rita hated the sound of Lori's toy fox when she was a baby and hid it in the attic before Leni was born.
In "Anti-Social", Lori taught Lynn Sr. how to text in a correct way. Later on, they fold laundry together.
In "Home of the Fave", Lynn Sr. sees Lori feeling grumpy, assumes she feels left-out, and cheers her up by playing mini-golf.
In "Cooked!", Lori installs a photo booth at Lynn Sr.'s restaurant.
Their relationship comes into focus in "Can't Hardly Wait" when they discuss how Lori will be moving away to attend college soon and that once she leaves, they wouldn't be able to spend as much time together anymore. In order to make the most of the time they have left, Lori goes to work at his restaurant. After failing numerous positions, Lori believes that working at her dad's restaurant isn't possible, but after telling him a couple announcements she planned in advance as she's about to walk out, Lynn Sr. realizes there actually is a job perfect for Lori: being the restaurant's manager.
During "Schooled!", Lynn is sad about her leaving for college, to the point of being unable to focus properly. When she leaves, he clings to the back of her car, begging her not to go.
In "Overnight Success", Lynn Sr. yells at Leni after she causes a power outage.
In "Fed Up", Leni helps him with dinner, and says she has the perfect outfit for the dish they made for dinner.
In "Job Insecurity", it's revealed that Leni wants to get her belly button pierced, but her father said no.
In "Health Kicked", they fold shirts together as an exercise.
At the end of "No Spoilers", Leni ruins her father's surprise party.
In "The Crying Dame", it's revealed that he and Rita nearly didn't have Leni because they hated Fenton the Fox so much. They ended up remedying the situation by putting Fenton in the attic before Leni was born.
In "Home of the Fave", Lynn Sr. observes a sad Leni, believes she feels left out, and models for her to cheer her up.
In "Cooked!", Leni adds a bingo to Lynn Sr.'s restaurant, and she later accidentally knocks him unconscious with the door.
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 for a sleepover but Lynn Sr. was kicked out because he wasn't on the list. He screamed at Luna for this. He also screamed at Leni for causing a blackout when she had too many hairstyling tools plugged into the wall. And he screamed at Lynn Jr. for breaking a window with her soccer ball.
In "House Music", he joined the family band, but Luna considered him too embarrassing, so she kicked him out of the band. He went into deep despondency because of it and returned to normal when Luna apologized and admitted she was wrong from the start. Afterwards, they both received a shock when they meet Mick Swagger, and fainted in surprise as a result.
In "L is for Love", Luna mistakes a letter addressed to Lynn Sr. as being for her, because it mentions a love for British culture.
In "Anti-Social", he and Luna have a jam session together after she and her siblings convince him not to be so addicted to his cellphone.
In "Pipe Dreams", Lynn Sr. and Luna play musical instruments in the middle of the night which wakes up Luan.
In "Home of the Fave", he mistakes her frustration at her guitar string breaking for feeling left out, so they play music together to cheer her up.
In "Cooked!", Luna adds jam sessions with the meals to Lynn Sr.'s restaurant.
Lynn Sr. is one of the few people who enjoy Luan's jokes. They both have a similar sense of humor, and enjoy each other's jokes.
Even though he usually likes her jokes, in "April Fools Rules", he couldn't stand Luan's madness during April Fools, and hid himself in fear from her pranks.
In "Vantastic Voyage", Lynn Sr. made Luan walk all the way home from school.
In "Fool's Paradise", Luan made a deal with Lynn Sr. to help her in pranking the rest of the family in exchange for a decade of prank immunity.
In "Anti-Social", Luan spends time with her dad by juggling together to help him get by without the Internet.
In "Pipe Dreams", Luan gets mad when Lynn Sr. and Luna wake her up in the middle of the night.
In "Cooked!", Luan adds a birthday song to Lynn Sr.'s restaurant.
In "Feast or Family", Luan and Lynn Sr. bond over cooking when Luan has to take Intro to Cooking as her elective. Originally, Luan enjoys cooking with him, but when he begins to make her wake up early to get fish, mix batter extremely, and takes away Mr. Coconuts all to prepare her for running the restaurant, she becomes angry at him. Lynn Sr. apologizes for taking her away from what she loves, they end up reconciling, and they promise to have as much fun as they can while cooking.
They both love sports, and Lynn is also named after her father.
In "Overnight Success", Lynn Sr. gets mad at Lynn Jr. for breaking a window.
In "Attention Deficit", he goes outside to play baseball with her.
In "Yes Man", he plays a game of basketball with her, and after making a bet, she makes enough baskets to beat him at the game, and he is left lying on the floor after tripping over the ball.
In "Anti-Social", he plays a game of hockey with her to help him get by without the Internet.
In "Pipe Dreams", he and Rita ask if they can cut in front of line to the bathroom due to the fact they were in a hurry. Also, Lynn Jr. expresses concern when Lynn Sr.'s pants are bulging (due to him hiding things in his pants).
In "Home of the Fave", he mistakes her disappointment at her favourite QB being injured for feeling left-out, and plays sports with her to cheer her up. Earlier, he had promised to play sports with her but by the time she got disappointed, both had apparently forgotten.
In "Cooked!", she adds a policy to his restaurant that if a meal is not delivered in fifteen minutes, it will be free.
In "Vantastic Voyage", Lucy gives Lynn Sr. pancakes and a slice of pizza.
In "Fed Up", she writes a poem complaining about the monotonous dinners.
In "Anti-Social", to help her Dad get by without the Internet, Lucy spends time with him by playing with her tarot cards.
In "A Fridge Too Far", Lucy tells her dad that his leftovers are the best things in the world.
In "Head Poet's Anxiety", Lynn Sr. telling Rita to get the camera while Lucy is doing something relating to happiness.
In "Home of the Fave", he mistakes her usual frown for a sign she feels left out, so, to cheer her up, he shows her where their ancestor is buried.
In "Cooked!", she decides to have Katherine Mulligan interview Lynn Sr.
In "Health Kicked", she is the only one of the kids to like the grubs and onion water he serves up.
In "Anti-Social", they play Duck, Duck, Goose together, along with Lola.
In "Home of the Fave", he sees her sad, thinks she feels left out, and cheers her up by helping her give Hops a bath.
In "Cooked!", she allows pets at Lynn's Table.
In "Sister Act", she enjoys Lynn Sr.'s leftover hash.
In "Sleuth or Consequences", Lola always tells Lynn Sr. whenever the toilet is clogged.
In "Lincoln Loud: Girl Guru", he reads Lola a bedtime story.
In "Anti-Social", they play Duck, Duck, Goose together, along with Lana.
In "Pipe Dreams", Lola wants to sleep in her parents bedroom due to the fact that she had a nightmare.
In "Home of the Fave", she gets annoyed by his joking with Luan and he spends the day playing with her so that she won't feel left-out.
In "Cooked!", Lola adds tea parties to her dad's restaurant.
In "Recipe for Disaster", she accidentally takes his recipe book to the library.
In "Sister Act", she complains whenever he serves leftover hash for dinner.
In "Vantastic Voyage", Lynn Sr. made Lisa wear a saliva shield which she disliked.
In "Health Kicked", Lisa helps Lynn Sr. exercise by teaching him Tai Chi.
In "Making the Grade", it's revealed that she helps him cook dinner.
In "Anti-Social", to help her Dad have fun without the Internet, Lisa spends time with him by building a model molecule.
In "The Mad Scientist", Lynn Sr. gets up upset that Lisa leaving to work at an institute.
In "Home of the Fave", Lynn Sr. sees a sad Lisa and thinks she feels left out. He reads to her and, while Lisa wasn't feeling left out, she seemed happier after being read to anyway.
In "Cooked!", she adds bottomless fries to the menu at his restaurant.
In "Two Boys and a Baby", Lynn Sr. looks after Lily while the rest of family goes to Aunt Ruth's house.
In "Anti-Social", Lily and Lynn Sr. build blocks together.
In "Breaking Dad", Lynn Sr. leaves Lily with Mr. Grouse while he goes to a cowbell concert for the day. But when Lily starts calling Mr. Grouse "Da-da", he believes that Lily doesn't recognize him and spends the whole day with Lily to remind her that he's her father and not Mr. Grouse. However, it is revealed that Lily kept thinking Mr. Grouse was her father was because Mr. Grouse was wearing Lynn Sr.'s favorite sweater, making him feel relieved that she never forgot or stopped loving him.
In "Ruthless People", he promises to change a hundred of her diapers, and eventually potty train her and teach her to drive, as part of a bargain with Rita.
In "Home of the Fave", Lynn Sr. wrongly believes that Lily is feeling left out because she is crying. To cheer her up, he dresses as Fenton the Fox and dances.
In "Cooked!", she suggests putting her fridge art on display at his restaurant.
In "Present Tense", Luan mentions that she gave him a tie as restaurant opening gift.
Lynn Sr. dislikes Ruth and does everything to avoid visiting her.
In "Two Boys and a Baby", he is not happy when he has to stay with Ruth.
In "Ruthless People", he goes out of his way to avoid staying with Ruth.
In "Any Given Sundae", it's revealed that he once had a three-hour phone conversation with her which he didn't like.
His fatherLynn Sr.'s father used to favor his other child over him. Still Lynn Sr. inherited his van.
They first met in "Vantastic Voyage".
In "Friend or Faux?", they were making music together.
In "Breaking Dad", they go to a music festival together to rock out.
In "Cooked!", Kotaro gets a job at Lynn Sr.'s restaurant.In "Recipe for Disaster", Kotaro is suspected of stealing Lynn Sr.'s recipes, but he turns out to be innocent.
CharlesIn "Pets Peeved", Charles eats some of Lynn Sr.'s food, along with Cliff, Geo, and Walt, to frame Watterson, but it makes him throw up.
In "Pipe Dreams", he eats Lana's lucky chicken bone, then coughs it up in the secret bathroom, causing Lynn Sr. to think Lana had put it there and install a lock.
In "Home of the Fave", Charles, along with Geo and Walt, frowns at Lynn Sr.
In "Pets Peeved", Cliff eats some of Lynn Sr.'s food, along with Charles, Geo, and Walt, to frame Watterson, but it makes him throw up.
In "A Fridge Too Far", Cliff eats Lynn Sr.'s food that the kids threw away, but it makes him vomit. Lynn Sr. blames Cliff, but the kids come clean.
In "Pipe Dreams", Cliff unravels Lynn Sr.'s (and Rita's) toilet paper, and they mistakenly think it was Lynn Jr.
In "Home of the Fave", Cliff sits on Lynn Sr.'s knee.
In "Present Tense", Cliff plays with Lynn Sr.'s scrapbook.
In "Suite and Sour", Geo runs off with Lynn Sr.'s hat on his head.
In "Pets Peeved", Geo eats some of Lynn Sr.'s food, along with Charles, Cliff, and Walt, to frame Watterson, but it makes him throw up.
In "Game Boys", Lynn Sr. accidentally steps on Geo.
In "Home of the Fave", Geo glares at Lynn Sr. along with Charles and Walt.
In "Feast or Family", Lynn Sr. shoos Geo away.
In "Pets Peeved", Walt eats some of Lynn Sr.'s food, along with Charles, Geo, and Cliff, to frame Watterson, but it makes him throw up.In "Home of the Fave", Walt, along with Charles and Geo, gives Lynn Sr. a dirty look because they all wanted to sit on his knee instead of Cliff.