And keep in mind, she pushes through ALL the memories of her father without missing a beat, which was one of the most tramatic events in her life that defined her personality (her alternate didn't experience it, and they're on two completely different sides of the spectrum), ignoring her past prejudices to help a friend in need.
Debatably, Dan can get one himself, for recognizing his own Cerebus Syndrome, and actually making efforts to counteract it. As far as it can be told so far, quite successfully.
Also, Justin gets one here—Dan even says as much in the author commentary.
Melissa getting promoted from a madlimpet to a Girl With Guts, instead of Holding Out for a Hero standing against the... uh... dracobulldog who knocked out the local "superhero" right before her eyes and trying first to stare it down and then to make it disappear in a puff of logic.
The "Death Sentence" arc has one for Catalina and Rhoda: Catalina for making a Big Damn Heroesentrance to rescue Rhoda from a charging boar, then using her camera flash to scare it off; and Rhoda for managing to stop panicking, remember her own camera and join in on Catalina's plan rather than lie and wait for the all clear.
So. Somewhere in the universe there is something called a 'Deathless Army of Rage', and said army apparently had its sights set on Earth. Past tense, because this happened. Apparently, all that's needed to protect the world isn't magic or force, but a whiteboard and some Verbal Judo. It's the nonchalant hands-in-the-pants-pockets (whilst staring up a ...thing twice his size and half again as many limbs) that clinches it, though.