This article showcases Stapy's relationships and interactions with the other characters.
Stapy is usually calm and somewhat kind, especially to his friends. He tends to act aggressive towards others when Foldy is harmed or killed, he also occasionally has his rude moments that aren't influenced by Foldy however.
The two spend most of their interactions together in "Enter the Exit", where they are the only eliminated males who are sucked up by Four and are able to talk normally (Not counting Loser, since he was in the liar ball) and they both catch the eliminated females up on everything that's happened in the game.
Status: Possible enemies
In "Enter the Exit", Clock points out he was eliminated to Four and Stapy gets mad because he didn't get to see Foldy. When Clock says he shouldn't be there, Stapy tells him he just wanted to stay and watch the game, so Clock calls him a wannabe, Stapy attempts to threaten Clock but is sucked by Four.
In "Enter the Exit", when David says "Aw, seriously" after Four says that one of them would rejoin, Stapy looks at David with a thinking expression.
In "Questions Answered", when Donut gives his team a question only they would know, Stapy accuses Donut of being biased.
In "This Episode Is About Basketball", Stapy asks if it's time for Cake at Stake and Donut angrily finishes his sentence.
Status: Minor enemies
Even though they haven't really interacted, they are assumed to be friends since they are on the same team.
Status: Likely friends
In "The Escape from Four", when the eliminated contestants are attempting to escape Four through Spongy's holes, Stapy stops Firey Jr. from travelling through Spongy, as he is flammable. When Stapy is sucked back into Four, he apologizes to Firey Jr. and allows him to climb through Spongy.
Status: Possible friends
- Main article: Foldy/Relationships/Stapy
Status: Best friends
In "Four Goes Too Far", Stapy throws a fork at Four for killing Foldy. Four responds by zapping him.
In "Get to the Top in 500 Steps", when Four tells him that he didn't rejoin, Stapy says "Rats!"
In "Getting Teardrop to Talk", when Fries scolds Foldy and Stapy for playing rock paper scissors, Stapy basically tells him that RPS helps them stress less and they'll guess who's the best in the challenge but bless everyone else on the team who isn't, in rhyme. Stapy would later get angry at Fries for accidentally killing Foldy in an attempt to get the basket down.
In "Questions Answered", Stapy is constantly annoyed by Fries telling him to answer the questions, Stapy assures him that what he's doing will help. When Stapy's cheating works, Fries tells him he did a good job.
Status: Minor friends
In "Get to the Top in 500 Steps", Stapy repeatedly attempts to undermine Liy, calling her "scared" and trying to rub in her failures in her face. However, Liy is unperturbed by all of this, only being slightly annoyed rather than angered or anguished.
However, in "The Escape from Four", Stapy calls Liy's plan of stacking up to Four's mouth brilliant, although this might've been a joke as he raises his eyebrows to her. He then names off items he will use to stack with, to which Liy calls a very specific plan, but she tells him to go for it.
Status: Good terms
- Main article: Marker and Stapy
Status: Best friends
Status: Possible Enemies
In "The Escape from Four," Stapy climbs through Spongy's pores along with the other eliminated contestants to escape Four. Stapy prevents Firey Jr. from climbing into Spongy as he is flammable, showing Stapy cares about Spongy and doesn't want him to get hurt.
In "Fortunate Ben", when Beep starts to plummet towards the ground, Stapy says they need to learn about weight distribution. In order to keep his team from losing, he ends up cutting part of a mountain half, causing Beep to hit the ground first.
In "Fortunate Ben", he accidentally staples his team within their paper plane and only barely manages to save them from being up for voting.
When he's eliminated in "This Episode Is About Basketball", he says peace to his team and hops away.