* Film/TheThreeStooges may have been a lowbrow act, but they still managed to create the first Anti-Nazi American comedy film and get it released ''months'' before Creator/CharlieChaplin's controversial ''TheGreatDictator''.
* Also one in {{Real Life}}, when the boys heard about a [[LittlestCancerPatient dying child]] who loved watching them, and who was hospitalized in the city they'd just performed in. They took the time to go and visit him, giving a very ill child some laughs, and learned later that [[TearJerker he died the very next morning]]. Doubles as a {{Crowning Moment of Heartwarming}} as well.
* Some people may dislike Shemp and see him as a ReplacementScrappy, but Shemp had a very successful solo career (He was the star of his own shorts series and was a popular character player in movies featuring anyone from Abbott and Costello to JohnWayne). After Curly's stroke, Shemp essentially gave up his own career to step in and make sure his brother and close friend weren't dropped by Colombia Studios after Harry Cohn (a notorious miser) told Moe "I ain't paying for Two Stooges". Shemp stepping in essentially saved the act and Moe and Larry's careers.