The kitchen scene, in which Monty creates a masterpiece of a meal out of the scraps left for the prisoners. The entire scene shows a softer side to Monty and his past, and he, Alex, Zee and Donovan getting a little closer as kids remembering the good times in their lives.
Donovan is so overwhelmed by the meal, after years of eating bleak prison food that he began to cry while eating.
Alex, Donovan and Zee spend an evening in their cell reenacting their favourite books and movies, often with terrible performances that causes each other to burst into genuine fits of laughter.
Alex and Zee share a much needed thoughtful hug before returning to their Solitary cells, though Zee jokes that Alex better not tell anybody that it happened.
Alex, Zee and Simon share a good cry together in the warden's control room, after seeing live footage of the rain in the outside world.
The restaurant scene, in which Alex finally makes that cheeseburger in honour of Donovan.
The time in Alex's house has so many of these moments:
Alex experiencing and remembering in perfect detail all the little things about his home and his parents that's both beautiful and heartbreaking.
Lucy, Simon, Zee and Alex having a cup of tea together, finally getting a chance to relax from the hunt.
Simon finding a picture of a bright, happy, six year old Alex in a class photo.
Lucy fixing a cup of tea for Sam who pretends to be indifferent, but secretly takes a sip when he thinks no one is looking.