Hannelore got hers after Faye and Sven hooking up caused drama. Faye got drunk and had wangst. This is how Hanners dealt with it:
Hannelore: You are going to put down that bottle right this instant. Then you're going to go take a nice, hot shower while I make you some coffee, and you're going to SOBER UP and QUIT WHINING because I am NOT PUTTING UP WITH ANY MORE OF YOUR SHIT!
To put this in perspective: Hannelore has severe OCD and usually curls fetal and cries when put in a confrontational situation. She must really have been sick of Faye's shit.
Also, Wil in this one. Breaks his arm in a road accident and his first priority is making sure his date doesn't feel rejected by him not turning up. THAT is chivalry.
Wil: I fear my arm's broken.
Penelope: What?! Why did you come HERE then? You should be at the hospital!
Wil: A gentleman never stands a lady up.
Instant karma kicking Faye in the ass when she laughed on hearing about Wil's accident, seen here.
Speaking of Angus, he gets one in this strip where he suddenly kisses Faye after Faye comments about how people are sometimes full of surprises and ends up not only rendering Faye completely speechless but also snagged a date with her as well. Gotta admire the sheer chutzpah on that dude.
Dora's brutal"The Reason You Suck" Speech to Faye after catching her drinking on the job. In one paragraph, she systematically rips apart the "quirks" that have been a hallmark of Faye's personality ( such as being snarky, mean to customers, insubordinate, and grouchy to the other workers at the coffee shop), pointing out that, instead of them being funny, her actions are getting tiresome. The entire situation, in context, is a tearjerker, but props to Dora for saying what needed to be said.
For many people, Claire stripping for Marten could be seen as one. We all know that she has a crippling fear of being rejected due to being transgender, so her standing up and saying "W-well, this-this is me" is nothing short of awesome. Marten's response is also a Heartwarming Moment.
And the best part? Elliott has almost never shown any violence in the comic, and has generally been more of a Gentle Giant. Not only that, but, as far as we know, he doesn't even KNOW Emily or Clinton. But when you hurt people around him, you're in for a world of pain.
Faye returns to Coffee of Doom and is so disturbed by the changes in the place that she buys herself a bottle of whisky, but then Bubbles insists on accompanying her home, and just stands there in silence as Faye prepares to drink. After a massive internal struggle, Faye doesn't drink the whisky and just beats the hell out of a punchbag instead, admittedly while weeping with frustration and self-hatred. On her return to work she walks straight up to Bubbles and gives her a huge hug.
After Hannelore discovers that her mother hired Tilly on as her PA so that she could gain a stepping stone in a business deal, she has Tilly fly them to her mother's office, barges into the middle of a meeting, throws everyone out, and reads her mother the goddamn riot act, capping it off by telling her mother to not ever contact her again unless Hannelore initiates it herself. All in all, pretty damn impressive for the resident worrywart.
Hannelore: I don't know if you're capable of feeling shame, but you ought to.
It's even more impressive because Hannelore completely falls apart when she's in the lobby far away from her mother's sight. It's hard for her to summon up courage around her mother, but she's able to do it when it counts.
Then it gets yet more impressive because Hannelore both willingly cries on someone else's shoulder and then lets that same person cry all over hers and she doesn't even briefly freak out. This shows she's come quite a long way from her childhood where she couldn't even be in the same room with people without going in a panic attack, and later on when even someone else touching her drove her into total hysterics.