* Charlie's moment with Don while seeing the victims in "Vector". Tell me you don't want to give them both a hug.
* In "Noisy Edge", Don tells Charlie that their dad likes to play golf with Charlie (who is an abysmal player) because it's the only thing he can teach his mathematical genius of a son. At the end of the episode, Charlie has renewed enthusiasm for the game and tells his dad "What can I say? You're a good teacher." Awwwwwwww!
* Everyone saying goodbye to Larry before he goes into space, and him going off with Buzz Aldren and them toasting his lift off.
* The Season Finale for the fifth season. [[spoiler:Charlie. Proposed. To. Amita. After ''everything else'' that had happened in that episode, too... I mean, yeah, it was almost impossible to not see it coming, but... gawd...]]
** Many of the episodes, at the end, since they usually have a nice touching family moment of the Epps together.
** "Dreamland": Alan, Amita, and the heirloom passed to daughters. So sweet.
* [[spoiler: Even though Dwayne Carter was essentially a villain who betrayed his country, he proved himself a true friend to Colby, saving him at the end of "Trust Metrics". This is despite the rescue meaning Dwayne's certain death and how Colby had turned him into the cops before.]]
** In the same episode before that, Charlie was supposed to list data on reasons to trust or distrust Colby and see which outweighs the other. What does it say? Nothing they don't already know in their hearts.
* "The Fifth Man" was pretty much a Crowning Episode of Heartwarming between Don and everyone else.
* A small one in "Conspiracy Theory": David and Colby have spent almost the entire episode arguing over the Kennedy assassination. Alan gets wind of this and in one of the last scenes of the episode, he shows David and Colby a model he made with some friends at the time, and then mentions that the ensuing arguments destroyed his relationships with that group. At which point, Colby and David look at each other and then cover the model back up, deciding that their friendship is more important than who's right.
* "Breaking Point" has one between Charlie and Colby, after Charlie is nearly killed. Colby is the first one to realize that Charlie's I'm-fine demeanor is a facade (having experienced the same kind of trauma reaction during his time in the Army) and even though he's had his head deep in the case, he takes the time to give Charlie exactly what he knows he needs. It works; Charlie is finally able to talk about what happened, which gives him the catharsis he needed to get his head back in the game.