This page is about everyone's interactions with Eggy.
Eggy is a calm contestant that gets along well with most of the other characters. She values silence and is glad to tell her life story to others who she trusts.
In "Getting Teardrop to Talk", Eggy tells Lollipop not to be mean to Barf Bag because of her puke, Barf Bag doesn't see it that way and says that Eggy, along with Lollipop and Pillow never take her seriously.
In "The Liar Ball You Don't Want", Barf Bag places a popper on Eggy's head, it closes on her face and she stumbles around blindly.
Status: Enemies on Barf Bag's side (BFB 1)
In "You Know Those Buttons Don't Do Anything, Right?", Eggy takes offense to Basketball saying she looks like a ball, until she explains that she would love to have her on her team. Later, Eggy asks is she's still thinking about who their final teammate is and tells her that there is only one person left, being Snowball. During the challenge, Eggy tells Basketball to look at Winner as they throw their teammates to the top of the building, suggesting they do the same. Basketball asks who they can throw and Eggy says they could do Foldy. Basketball later assigns Eggy to keep an eye on Foldy while she's still in the air. When the elevator opens on a random floor, Basketball starts hitting the close door button numerous times and Eggy tells her it doesn't do anything.
In "You Know Those Buttons Don't Do Anything, Right?", when Basketball says she'd like Bell and Foldy on their team, Eggy says they're good choices.
In "Four Goes Too Far", Eggy says the Twinkle is frighting, Cake agrees.
In "Return of the Rocket Ship", Eggy stops Cake from jumping into the hole, dug by iance, because her spiritual connection with Loser is telling her that jumping in would make them mere followers. She then argues she has a stronger spiritual connection to Loser then Cake.
In "You Know Those Buttons Don't Do Anything, Right?", when Cake exclaims that Eggy and Clock can't split because they are his friends, Eggy tells him they hardly do anything together and that it's okay, followed by her leaving him distraught.
Status: Bad terms
In "Four Goes Too Far", Eggy scolds Clock after he causes their team, The Losers! to lose. She says "I thought I could glide through the competition without danger, but it looks like Clock had to mess that up for us." Clock then apologizes and states that she shouldn't forget that he's the reason that their team won in episodes 1 and 3.
In "What Do You Think of Roleplay?", when Four asks which of their teammates are missing, Eggy can't figure out that it's Clock, and can't remember his name in "Return of the Rocket Ship" when she asks Four to recover "their possibly dead teammate."
In "The Four is Lava", when Clock is recovered, Eggy pretends that she and the team missed him, so as to not hurt his feelings.
In "You Know Those Buttons Don't Do Anything, Right?", Eggy asks 'who the egg' Winner is, so Clock explains Winner's history with Loser. Eggy says that they prefer Loser's more recent work and Clock says she's missing out by passing on the chance to team up with Winner, though Eggy could care less.
Status: Minor enemies
In "You Know Those Buttons Don't Do Anything, Right?" when she tries telling Two that it would have been better if they made up the team names for the contestants, Eraser shoves her aside to ask about the first contest. She doesn't seem to mind.
In "The Four is Lava", Eggy learns from Firey that Leafy stole Dream Island, which she is outraged by. Later, she gossips about Leafy with Firey and Needle.
Four and X
In "Today's Very Special Episode", she doesn't seem to have a problem with having X trapped in their papier mache statue.
In "What Do You Think of Roleplay?", Four tells Eggy and Leafy to pay attention to the contest rules, Eggy says they shouldn't have to listen since they know each other well enough, before Four explains that there's a teammate missing.
In "Return of the Rocket Ship", Eggy tries to get Four to recover their "possibly dead teammate", but Four says he'll only do it if she can say who the missing contestant is, she isn't able to say who it is.
In "The Four is Lava", Eggy asks Four to bring their dead teammates back.
In "X Marks the Spot", Eggy prefers having X as their host, calling him the kindest one they've seen between Four, Two, and the Announcer presumably since she never met him. She's also seen cheering when Coiny "glues" X to the ground so he can continue as their host.
Status: Enemies with Four, good terms with X
In "You Know Those Buttons Don't Do Anything, Right?", when Basketball says she'd like Bell and Foldy on their team, Eggy says they're good choices. Eggy suggests that they throw Foldy to the top of the building but she just ends up getting carried by the wind. Eggy ends up waiting for Foldy to get back down and they hurry towards the elevator with Snowball and Basketball.
Prior to "Get to the Top in 500 Steps", Eggy and Leafy had not interacted. However, when Leafy rejoins in the aforementioned episode, and thus moves from Beep to The Losers!, they begin a friendship due to Leafy's eagerness to make friends.
In "Return of the Rocket Ship", when Eggy is attempting to guess who her missing teammate is, Leafy interrupts and pulls her aside to compete.
In "Don't Dig Straight Down", Eggy and Leafy can be seen playing tic-tac-toe.
In "The Four is Lava", Eggy is happy to see Leafy after being recovered, but becomes confused when Leafy asks if they are friends. Eggy replies yes, but is made visibly uncomfortable by the question. Eggy is outraged to learn that Leafy stole Dream Island and later gossips about her with Needle and Firey. She also gives Leafy an angry look when she reveals to Clock that it is episode fifteen.
Status: Bad terms (Eggy's side)
In "Getting Teardrop to Talk", Lollipop asks Eggy about her talk with Teardrop. Eggy responded by saying that she tried to tell Teardrop one of her life stories, but she (Teardrop) clearly wasn't interested.
Later when Barf Bag enters the scene and Lollipop insults her, Eggy tells Lollipop that if Barf Bag's brain is infected with puke it isn't her fault and not be mean about it.
Status: Minor friends
When Eggy and Loser are in the final two in the elimination at "The Liar Ball You Don't Want", Eggy says "Wait, let's think about this!" This may indicate that Eggy is more worried about staying in the game herself then Loser getting eliminated. Once Loser gets eliminated, Eggy, her team, and all the recommended characters gasp in shock. Eggy and everyone else is clearly distressed from Loser's elimination.
In "Return of the Rocket Ship", Eggy argues that she has a strong spiritual connection with Loser that is telling her that they shouldn't jump in the same hole that several other teams jumped into because it would make them followers. She then states that Loser represents independence, perseverance, and dignity.
In "Get to the Top in 500 Steps", Eggy is happy at Needle for finishing the contest.
In "The Four is Lava", Eggy gossips about Leafy with Needle and Firey.
In "Why Would You Do This on a Swingset", Eggy says the season's hosts are a real mess, Pin agrees, saying she'd almost prefer the old Announcer. This gets Eggy's attention as she wants to know something about the old BFDI. Later in the episode, they are upset that Clock can't spin their swing fast enough.
In "Getting Teardrop to Talk", while Eggy and Lollipop are talking about how Teardrop is hard to impress, Pillow comes in and clarifies that the arm-fluttering gesture means that Teardrop doesn't care at all. Eggy and Lollipop believe Pillow.
Status: Minor friends
In "You Know Those Buttons Don't Do Anything, Right?", Eggy refers to Snowball being the last one picked as bad news. She also doesn't seem to be into the team name Snowball picked for them as she tells Two it might've been better if they picked the names. Eggy gives Snowball an irritated look when he brags that he can throw with his arms.
In "Getting Teardrop to Talk", Eggy attempts to comfort Teardrop by telling her she used to be silent as well. Teardrop is interested in Eggy's story and performs an arm-fluttering movement. Eggy takes this as her being disinterested.
In the stinger in "Today's Very Special Episode", Eggy decides to tell Teardrop her life story, despite Eggy believing Teardrop wouldn't find it very interesting. However, Teardrop is quite interested in the story.
In "You Know Those Buttons Don't Do Anything, Right?", Eggy tells Two that they're done making their teams. Two is relieved as they were worried they'd have to name them, though Eggy thinks that may have been for the better. Eggy also explains that the plant life was burnt up by lava. At the ending she kicks and yells at Two for not explaining one of the rules loud enough.
In "The Escape from Four", Eggy is one of the silhouetted characters in the background who try to help pull the eliminated contestants out of Four.