This page is about everyone's interactions with Clock.
Clock is a humble, yet righteous contestant of Battle for BFDI. He can be aggressive at times, but is usually a team player and helps a lot in challenges while keeping a good spirit.
In "Enter the Exit", Bell is one of the characters that he tells Four to recover.
Status: Minor enemies
In "Four Goes Too Far", Clock tells Cake that he'd make it his duty to find out what is hitting against their basket. Later Clock tries to justify making his team lose by saying a working clock is still wrong twice a day. Cake takes this literally and says he doesn't think that's true.
In "Questions Answered", when Cake says he's to scared to buzz in and answer the question because Loser isn't there to support him, Clock says "Same, same!"
In "You Know Those Buttons Don't Do Anything, Right?", Cake asks what he's looking at and Clock says he's looking at Winner. Cake doesn't seem to know who they are which annoys Clock, so he explains the history between Winner and Loser.
In "You Know Those Buttons Don't Do Anything, Right?", Clock asks Cloudy if he could carry Rocky to the top of the building any faster. Cloudy says he can't and demonstrates by showing that Rocky would just fall right through him.
In "Why Would You Do This on a Swingset", when Coiny asks if it's time for daylight savings, Clock yells back that it is indeed time.
Status: Friends (BFB 8), Frenemies (BFB 9)
Status: Possible friends
Eggy blames Clock for The Losers!'s failure during the challenge in "Four Goes Too Far", since Clock got the twinkle, causing his team to lose. Clock tells Eggy that he's sorry and reminds her that he's the reason that their team won contests 1 and 3. Eggy also forgot to recover Clock in multiple episodes, which Clock then got angry at The Losers! about.
In "You Know Those Buttons Don't Do Anything, Right?", when Eggy doesn't seem to know who Winner is, Clock is annoyed and explains the history between Winner and Loser which he says only a true Loser fan would know about. Eggy says that she prefers Loser's more recent work. Clock is disappointed in Eggy for passing up a chance to be with Winner and leaves to team up with them.
Status: Possible friends
In "Lick Your Way to Freedom", Clock tells Four all of the contestants that he needs to bring back. Clock then gets screeched.
In "Enter the Exit", Clock demands that Four recover the dead contestants, this time he avoids being screeched. Clock then proceeds to tell Four who was eliminated.
In "You Know Those Buttons Don't Do Anything, Right?", Clock learns that Four brought back the BFDI prize, but agrees that it isn't worth it to switch back to BFB since Four has proven to be too untrustworthy.
In "You Know Those Buttons Don't Do Anything, Right?", Clock remembers his truce with Ice Cube and invites her on his team. Later, Clock kicks Yellow Face over to save Ice Cube from shattering.
Status: Friends (truce)
In "Getting Teardrop to Talk", after Liy and Ice Cube try to make Teardrop talk, Clock and Liy put aside their differences and have a truce. While Liy attempts to make this truce, she tries to shake Clock's clock hands. Clock snaps at Liy, saying "Don't you ticking dare touch my clock hands!"
Status: Friends (truce)
In "Getting Teardrop to Talk", while everyone is forming teams, Clock is worried, saying that Loser said that they would be teammates while Loser joins with Firey, Needle, Pin, and Coiny. Loser then says that they can all be on the same team. During the contest, Clock tells Loser and Coiny to watch him as he hits the basket to X.
When Loser gets eliminated in "The Liar Ball You Don't Want", Clock, the rest of his team, and all the recommended characters gasp. He later says that he thinks Loser being trapped in the Liar Ball is horrifying.
In "You Know Those Buttons Don't Do Anything, Right?", Clock is shown to know the full history between Loser and Winner and claims that makes him a true Loser fan.
In "The Liar Ball You Don't Want", he seems confused when Naily states that Loser deserved to be eliminated.
Status: Minor friends
In "Getting Teardrop to Talk", Clock is horrified when Four mutilates Pin. Later when Pin says that she thinks that her team should focus on the basket more than Loser, Clock yells at Pin, saying she is ungrateful of Loser's presence.
In "Questions Answered", he is inspired by Pin's speech.
In "Getting Teardrop to Talk", Clock scolds Bracelety for condoning Teardrop's abuse. He then defends Teardrop when Liy and Ice Cube are trying to make her talk by telling them to cease the torment. However, after Teardrop chomps on Ice Cube's legs, Clock scolds Teardrop for it. Teardrop slaps both Clock and Liy for this.
In "You Know Those Buttons Don't Do Anything, Right?", Clock screams when Two appears out of no where. During Cake at Stake, Two says every recommended character got at least 200 votes, making Clock say "That's good to know". Two then reveals they're lying, making Clock upset. Two later says the remaining recommended characters got at least 1,000 votes. Clock asks if they're telling the truth and Two asks if he trusts them. Clock says he doesn't but Two was actually serious. During the challenge, Clock talks Two into counting Bottle's shattered body to make his team safe.
In "Chapter Complete", Clock runs over to Two and asks if they're more powerful than Four, hoping that they can do something about the sun. Two chooses to stay out of it, making Clock angrily point out that the sun is blue. Two just nonchalantly replies that they're green.
In "You Know Those Buttons Don't Do Anything, Right?", Clock is surprised to see Winner in the game and seems insulted over the fact that Cake and Eggy don't know them. Clock even knows about Winner's history with Loser. He then joins the same team as them. He tries to name his team The Winners! but Winner says that they don't really want their name in the team name. Clock understands and the name gets changed to The S! When the team realizes they can have Winner throw them to the top of the building for the challenge, Clock and Winner high five, with Winner placing their hand on Clock's face.
In "The Escape from Four", Clock assists in helping to free the EXITors from Four.
In "The Four is Lava", Clock suspects that his team forgot about him. His thoughts are shown to be true after Leafy reveals that they are currently in episode 15. Clock then walks off sarcastically grumbling to himself about how he feels missed and valued by his team.