This page is about the relationships and interactions between Fanny and the other characters.
Fanny is a very spiteful and angry character who has a hatred towards everyone and everything. Because of this she has far more enemies then she does friends.
- 1 Bell
- 2 Bracelety
- 3 Bubble
- 4 Cake
- 5 Clock
- 6 Cloudy
- 7 Donut
- 8 Flower
- 9 Four
- 10 Fries
- 11 Golf Ball
- 12 Grassy
- 13 Ice Cube
- 14 Leafy
- 15 Liy
- 16 Lightning
- 17 Loser
- 18 Marker
- 19 Match
- 20 Pencil
- 21 Remote
- 22 Robot Flower
- 23 Ruby
- 24 Snowball
- 25 Spongy
- 26 Taco
- 27 Tree
- 28 Two
- 29 X
- 30 Yellow Face
- 31 Everyone
- 32 Teams
- 33 Viewers
In "Getting Teardrop to Talk", Bracelety disagrees with Fanny's notion that everyone is worthy of hate by stating that Ice Cube isn't worthy of hate. When Fanny says she is, Bracelety turns Fanny's ideals around and says that Fanny is worthy of hate. When Fanny actually agrees with this, Bracelety is shocked and says that Fanny opened her eyes with her thought-provoking philosophy. Fanny says "You're welcome."
Despite Fanny being known for hating everybody, she seems to grow a liking toward Bubble starting in "Questions Answered". Fanny tells Bubble that Match didn't know the answers either and calls her a hypocrite, and Bubble thanks Fanny for this information.
In "Enter the Exit", when Match claims she needs Bubble back after she popped, Fanny tells Match to stop pretending like she cares about her.
In "What Do You Think of Roleplay?", Fanny sits next to Bubble for the Cake at Stake. Later, Fanny tells Bubble that she does not need Match after the latter is eliminated. She also yells at Four to recover Bubble when Snowball pops her.
In "Return of the Rocket Ship", when Bubble eagerly points out that Fanny is back in one piece, Fanny replies "Not mentally!" Later, Fanny is shows concern for Bubble when she is holding up Team Ice Cube and helps to blow the other team from landing on her. She is shocked when Flower ends up getting her popped anyway.
Status: Possible friends
In "Getting Teardrop to Talk", Fanny says she hates Clock after he mistakenly assumes Fanny was confronting Bracelety. This befuddles Clock, but Fanny replies that self-improvement only comes about once one acknowledges their own flaws.
In "Get to the Top in 500 Steps", when Flower announces that she's running for the team, Fanny just responds with "Okay". Snowball starts to protest because he wants to run, so Fanny tells him that letting Flower do what she wants is safer for the rest of them, even if one hates her.
In "X Marks the Spot", Fanny refers to Four as a lame host and says she hates him.
In "You Know Those Buttons Don't Do Anything, Right?", she says she won't switch back to Four because they betrayed their trust, and could just keep changing the prize over and over.
However, they both appear to be on good terms in "What Do You Think of Roleplay?" when Fries asks her how she figured out who the impostor on her team was, and Fanny explains.
In "You Know Those Buttons Don't Do Anything, Right?", when she convinces everyone that they shouldn't switch back to Four, Fries says that he admires her leader-like spirit but then argues that Two isn't doing any better. As he does this he leans on Fanny, which makes her noticeably irritated.
Status: Possible frenemies
Status: Enemies (on her side)
Lightning proposed Fanny should be on Snowball's team in "Getting Teardrop to Talk". When Lightning asks for clarification on the challenge, Fanny says she hates it. Later in the episode, Lightning zaps her.
In "What Do You Think of Roleplay?", Fanny reveals that Lightning always forgets to fly and is able to deduce that he is the impostor since Spongy was flying everywhere.
In "You Know Those Buttons Don't Do Anything, Right?", when Lightning blames himself for his team's loss, Fanny retorts that no one heard Two say the extra rule of preventing the contestants from going back down.
Fanny yelled at Loser for lying about popper toys in "The Liar Ball You Don't Want". Later in the episode, Remote mentions that Loser doesn't deserve criticism, which Fanny may have agreed or not agreed to.
In "You Know Those Buttons Don't Do Anything, Right?", when Marker asks what's wrong with prime numbers, Fanny shouts that they're impossible to divide equally. When Marker tells his team that they couldn't use the elevator due to it being broken, Fanny yells that she hates broken elevators in response.
In "Questions Answered", Fanny can be seen looking at Match angrily when Gelatin passes by them. Fanny tells Bubble that Match didn't know the answers to the questions and says that she is a hypocrite and that she hates her.
In "Enter The Exit", when Bubble dies and Match wants her recovered, Fanny tells Match to stop pretending to care about Bubble. This starts an argument between the two, but they are interrupted by Cloudy.
In "What Do You Think of Roleplay?", Fanny tells Bubble that she doesn't need Match.
In "You Know Those Buttons Don't Do Anything, Right?", Fanny interrupts Remote's challenge strategy halfway, exclaiming that she hates stairs, to which Remote tells her to let her finish. Later, when Remote falls over from exhaustion, Fanny replaces her battery, which energizes Remote enough to come up with a different strategy. Fanny is shocked when Remote knocks herself out by removing her battery to get Black Hole's attention.
Status: Possible friends
In "Don't Dig Straight Down", Ruby and Fanny agree with each other that they need to turn around to avoid Golf Ball.
Status: Possible Friends
In "Getting Teardrop to Talk", Fanny was chosen onto Snowball's team. Snowball is somewhat displeased with Fanny's lack of arms but accepts her for the aggressive nature they share. Fanny of course just responds with saying she hates him.
In "Get to the Top in 500 Steps", Fanny tells Snowball to calm down after being angered by Flower getting to do what she wants. She is then attacked by Snowball and thrown at Match.
In "What Do You Think of Roleplay?", it is revealed that Fanny's head has been separated from her body (only being connected by a wire) due to Snowball's attempt at killing her. She angrily glares at Snowball when Cake at Stake starts, though Snowball is seemingly clueless as to what for.
In "Return of the Rocket Ship", Snowball notices Fanny is back together, after being launched back to her team by Robot Flower. When Fanny states she's not back in piece mentally, Snowball's surprised expression turns to a bored, uninterested look.
In "You Know Those Buttons Don't Do Anything, Right?", she is standing on top of Snowball. He does not seem to mind.
In "You Know Those Buttons Don't Do Anything, Right?", Fanny can be seen blowing her propeller at Tree, which he finds very relaxing. When Tree wishes that the megaphone he dropped landed near Black Hole instead of in him, Fanny yells that they should throw something else.
In "You Know Those Buttons Don't Do Anything, Right?", Fanny screams when Two suddenly teleports from out of nowhere. After her team loses, she points out that no one heard Two say that they couldn't come down from the building during the challenge. She is shown among the crowd angrily yelling at Two as they get attacked.
Fanny seems to have an unconditional hate towards everyone due to her pessimistic outlook, although it isn't as strong for the very few that she's been shown to get along with.
In "The Escape from Four", she helps with pulling the eliminated contestants out of Four. Later, she announces to everyone how much she hates that the BFDI was replaced. Which convinces some of the contestants to leave Four's show for the same reason.
In "You Know Those Buttons Don't Do Anything, Right?", she says she won't switch back to Four because they betrayed their trust, and could just keep changing the prize over and over. Everyone else agrees with her.
Status: Enemies with most (on her side)
Four Colored Team
In "X Marks the Spot", she is glad when the Four Colored Team leaves, thinking they were giving up on getting X. Along with telling them to stick to their own lame host. She is also angry when they end getting X anyway, yelling that she hates lassos.
In her audition tape in "The Reveal", she says her catchphrase to the voters.