This article is about Taco's interactions and relationships with the other characters.
Taco tends to act competitive and reckless in challenges, without thinking about how her actions will affect other characters. While she usually enjoys the company of others she's shown to be somewhat sensitive as she isn't able to speak up for herself when she's being berated or insulted. Regardless of her treatment, she stays loyal to .
- 1 Announcer
- 2 Barf Bag
- 3 Bell
- 4 Blocky
- 5 Book
- 6 Bottle
- 7 Coiny
- 8 Eraser
- 9 Firey
- 10 Flower
- 11 Four
- 12 Gaty
- 13 Gelatin
- 14 Ice Cube
- 15 Leafy
- 16 Lollipop
- 17 Loser
- 18 Pie
- 19 Purple Face
- 20 Ruby
- 21 Saw
- 22 Snowball
- 23 Spongy
- 24 Teardrop
- 25 Two
- 26 Woody
- 27 X
- 28 Everyone
- 29 Teams
In "B.F.B. = Back From Beginning", Taco asks Announcer if he's still buying random stuff with the show's budget. The Announcer says that there is so much money that it doesn't matter and demonstrates by blowing 50,000 dollars towards Flower. Taco starts to realize that he's just being reckless with the budget and says she's going to go tell X, but the Announcer zaps her with a laser.
In "SOS (Save Our Show)", Taco is first seen spying on the Announcer from a bush, wanting to know why he returned after being gone for so long, at the end of the season, and keeps blowing the show's budget. After Announcer digs up the BFDI and BFB, Taco says that she knew he was up to something, the Announcer attempts to zap her again, but she broke the laser. She then begins to confront him and threatens to break him. He asks why she still doesn't trust him, and she answers that she saw him wasting the budget. The Announcer says it doesn't matter and that BFB will become yet another incomplete season. Taco asks what the point of that is and he says it's none of her business. She then pulls a bowling ball on him when he resists. She asks why he stole the BFB, and he says that he doesn't care about the BFB all too much but adores the BFDI. Taco says she kinda doesn't even care for it after the many years battling for it, but is proven wrong when the Announcer holds it out right in front of her, as it turns out she still really wants it. Taco then asks why he decided to leave for nine years and then come back. The Announcer attempts to lie by saying he was always there like Profily, but Taco knows better than to believe that. After failing to lie his way out of having to come clean to Taco, the Announcer finally gives in and explains everything.
When he's done, he claims the BFDI is his forever. Taco argues that they've been battling for it for three years and that a contestant should have the right to earn it. The Announcer says it doesn't matter as it's rightfully his. The budget of the show then drops to MS Paint and Taco leaves to tell the rest of the BFB crew.
Status: Minor enemies
In "Return of the Rocket Ship", Taco, in a frustrated, desperate manner, tells Barf Bag to hang out with her. Barf Bag declines since she's busy with Spongy. Taco then says that she's the only person she wants to talk to anymore and it's been so long, implying they used to be closer friends before (unless Taco meant that it's been so long since she's interacted with anyone). When Barf Bag brings up Taco's team one too many times, Taco walks away ignoring her.
Status: Neutral/Bad terms (on Barf Bag's side)
However, in "The Liar Ball You Don't Want", Taco and Bell are seen standing by each other, seemingly on better terms.
In "Enter the Exit", Taco attempts to apologize to Bell for giving her the Twinkle of Contagion, but her apology is rejected by Bell, who gets angry at Taco and shouts at her.
Status: Enemies on Bell's side
- Main article: Blocky and Taco
Status: Friends (sometimes frenemies)
- Main article: Book, Lollipop, and Taco
Status: Good terms
Status: Possible enemies
In "Getting Teardrop to Talk", she can be seen sitting with Firey, Coiny and possibly Snowball. Firey tells her to try throwing some seeds into a pot and she manages to make them land inside. Firey and Coiny cheer over this.
Status: Very minor friends
In "Getting Teardrop to Talk", she can be seen sitting with Firey, Coiny, and possibly Snowball. Firey tells her to try throwing some seeds into a pot and she manages to make them land inside. Firey and Coiny cheer over this.
In "A Taste of Space", she tells Firey that he needs to sink into the sun to make it hotter.
In "Let's Raid The Warehouse", after Firey insults Four for his dancing, Taco makes Firey admit that he was being sarcastic, which Firey does reluctantly. When the contestants are about to board the train, Firey excitedly says to Taco that it looks like they're about to go on an adventure. When Firey suggests getting bug larvae for Flower, Taco reminds him that she has a bad reception of bugs. Firey tells Taco about how they found out about Woody's fear of the color gray before she joined the show.
In "Chapter Complete", she swipes the BFDI from Firey.
In "X Marks the Spot", Taco is approached by Flower, who compares how they both have rotten flesh in their heads, using that as a reason for them to form an alliance. Taco says she might've said yes nine years ago but not so easily today. She then questions what Flower meant about having rotten flesh. Flower tries to explain but just starts gaining and losing petals, making Taco less likely to want to team up with her. Taco tells her to try again when she can keep her story more consistent.
In "Take the Tower", while their team is about to go on the tightrope bridge, Taco mistakes Flower for Dora and pushes her off, telling her that TPOT contestants are not allowed to compete.
In "A Taste of Space", when Flower suggests that they have to make it nighttime, Taco points out how that won't make the sun colder. Flower then whispers to Taco how they'll probably get points if they just get X colder. Taco is annoyed with Flower when says that they need nothing from Firey.
In "Who Stole Donut's Diary?", Taco decides that she wouldn't mind being in alliance with Flower, but Flower refuses. Taco tries to ask what made her change her mind, but Flower doesn't acknowledge her, as she starts talking to her through Leafy. Taco seems shocked that she's stuck in the bottom two with Flower of all people. Flower brags at Taco, telling her to enjoy her zero votes, so Taco reminds her that they all got over 10,000. Taco attempts to get on Four's good side in order to stay by pretending that one being less than four is surprising. Flower tells her that won't get her any bonus points. Taco shrugs it off, saying it was worth a shot.
In "B.F.B. = Back From Beginning", however, they appear to be on at least slightly better terms, as Taco smiles at Flower when she was about to explain the final challenge for her but was interrupted by Spongy.
In "Chapter Complete", despite voting for Gelatin to win, Taco initally helps Flower get her prize from Purple Face, before they all start fighting over it for their own personal reasons.
Status: Enemies (BFB 22-28), better terms (BFB 28 and onwards)
In "Getting Teardrop to Talk", when Four kills Pin, Taco and Donut ask "So what do you want murderer?!" After Four recovers Balloony, Pin, and Pillow, Taco asks Four to leave. Four says no, so Taco asks if Four can "at least stop--" but is cut off by Four.
In "The Four is Lava", when Taco's happy thought ends up being when Book saved her from lava, Taco says that she wouldn't call that moment happy, and still isn't sure how to feel about it. Four simply responds that she should get over it, making Taco give an annoyed gasp. Every time Taco tries to talk to Book, Four keeps interrupting her.
In "The Escape from Four", after being teleported to a different area, Taco asks Four if the show will be okay due to it losing over half of the cast.
In "X Marks the Spot", Taco asks Four to tell them what's going on with the competition. Taco notices that Four is unresponsive, and after telling Firey he doesn't know where his co-host is, Taco reminds Four that he told X to leave and that they know where he is. Four, now cheered up, asks if they could bring him back. Taco isn't sure. Later when Four asks if she'll help, she says no.
In "A Taste of Space", Taco points out to Four how the Have Cots have an unfair advantage in the challenge since they are in space. She then commends Four, saying that he's anything but a liar, after sarcastically answering yes to Four's "Did I ask you?" question.
In "Let's Raid The Warehouse", when Four is shocked and insulted by Firey telling him to stop dancing, Taco tries to make him feel better by telling him that Firey was being sarcastic.
In "Who Stole Donut's Diary?", Taco tells Four that they're fine with protecting the prize while he and X prepare Cake at Stake. Taco attempts to get on Four's good side in order to stay by pretending that one being less than four is surprising.
In "Chapter Complete", Taco helped with setting up Four's party.
Status: Good terms
In "The Four is Lava", when Gaty says that the team is sorry for how they treated her over the "jawbreaker thing", Taco smiles a little.
Status: Likely friends
In "Why Would You Do This on a Swingset", believing that Taco abandoned them, when she's freed from the jawbreaker, Ice Cube tells Taco that she tires her and that she doesn't get tired.
In "The Four is Lava", Taco talks about her feelings towards Book saving her next to Ice Cube.
In "Who Stole Donut's Diary?", Taco feels charmed that Leafy considers her a friend and they both jump rope together.
In "SOS (Save Our Show)", Taco is greeted by Leafy from far away, proving that her hiding spot isn't very effective.
- Main article: Book, Lollipop, and Taco
In "X Marks the Spot", Taco shows that she doesn't appear to have a high opinion of Loser unlike everyone else. She's skeptical about how he's so sure they will win, calling him "cuboid" and referring to Loser's logic as pseudoscience. She later calls his strategy nonsense only to be proven wrong when X lands in Loser's spot.
In "A Taste of Space", when Loser says that they need to run in place to make the earth rotate, Taco says it's worth a shot.
In "Let's Raid The Warehouse", Taco says "Oh my gordita!" in response to Loser's elimination.
Status: Bad terms (on her side)
Status: Enemies (on Pie's side)
In "Take the Tower", she and Ruby fight on the tightrope bridge connecting their respective team's towers.
Status: Neutral, enemies in BFB 18
In "Getting Teardrop to Talk", when choosing teams, Saw invites Taco and Lollipop to join her team, calling them her friends. During the challenge, every time Saw asks why they are running and swimming in different locations, Taco responds saying they have to get the basket.
In "Why Would You Do This on a Swingset", when Saw says it's too bad that Taco isn't there to compete with them, Taco tries to tell her she is there. Taco is indirectly inspired by Saw's words "push through" and gains the strength and courage she needs to break out of the jawbreaker.
In "Fortunate Ben", Taco looks down sadly when Saw and Book are angrily glaring at her.
In "The Four is Lava", Taco is too upset to acknowledge her team's excitement for seeing her, only saying "ow" when Saw hugs her since her body is hot from lava.
In "Why Would You Do This on a Swingset", Snowball responds to Taco about how she didn't win the respect of her team. In the stinger, Taco is seen on the swing next to broken Jawbreaker pieces while upset. Snowball approaches her with duct tape and asks if she wants to go back inside the Jawbreaker.
Status: Sympathetic (Snowball's side)
In "How Loe Can You Grow?", Taco realizes Spongy isn't wearing his friendship bracelet, making Taco think Spongy is not her friend anymore.
In "B.F.B. = Back From Beginning", Spongy interrupts her explanation of the final part of the challenge. Taco angrily tells him that she's been preparing that sentence all day, and he proudly states that he stole it.
In "SOS (Save Our Show)" Spongy greets Taco nicely, possibly on better terms. He can be seen liking the nickname "Tacster" for her.
In "The Escape from Four", when Two asks the contestants if they are tired of battling for a dumb prize, Taco says no and that A BFDI is awesome. Two then asks if it's really awesome and Taco, slightly undecided, still claims it is. Taco is impressed by Two's ability to lift a building out of the ground, claiming to want that power.
In "Take the Tower", Taco calms down a terrified Woody on the friendship bracelet tightrope.
In "How Loe Can You Grow?", Taco mentioned Woody while telling Blocky where he was and suggests that Blocky should be more gentle with him.
In "Let's Raid The Warehouse", when Blocky refuses to acknowledge Woody raising his hand, Taco calls him out and tells Woody he can be a receiver, which makes him happy. When Woody gets his gift, an empty box, he quickly becomes infuriated with it, as Taco nervously tries to explain how he could use it to hide from whatever he's afraid of. Taco says that she thought the gift would help him, making Woody rant at her. Seeming to be too angry to acknowledge that Taco had good intentions with the gift.
In "Chapter Complete", near the ending, Woody is trying to get over the fear of the color grey while Taco and Blocky both root for him.
In "A Taste of Space", she tells X that if he doesn't want to burn, he should stop standing directly in the sun. X then deducts points from her team for being mean.
In "SOS (Save Our Show)", Taco tells everyone that the Announcer confirmed to her that BFB is ending and that they have just moments to save it.
In "Chapter Complete", when the bus is dangling off a cliff, Taco shames everyone for still caring more about the BFDI over their lives and tells them all to get out.
In "Why Would You Do This on a Swingset", she wrongfully assumes that everything her team said about her during the challenge was because they knew that Taco herself was the only one who could free herself from the jawbreaker.
In "Four Goes Too Far", she ditches her team in order to get the twinkle off her team.
In "The Four is Lava", the team all show that they are happy to see Taco, though Taco is too upset to care until Gaty says that they are sorry for the jawbreaker incident.
Status: Good terms
In "What Do You Think of Roleplay?", disguised as Tree, she tries to get Death P.A.C.T. to get her unstuck. When Pie tells her that slow and steady is the only way out, she shatters Bottle. This angers Remote and Pie, the latter of which figures out that she's the impostor. Taco claims she thought she had them stumped.
Status: Enemies (on their side)
In "A Taste of Space", she tells her team to run in place in order to rotate the earth.