Heartwarming: My Life as a Teenage Robot
- A relatively minor example, but after Jenny saves the Crust Cousins when the lab catches fire (Which they caused in the first place by launching a hairpin into her laser arm) they stand up for Jenny when the principal tries to have her arrested, calling her a hero and letting her hang out with them. It's subverted a moment later when Jenny finds the hairpin and the principal recognizes it and has them arrested, but even if it was only for a minute, it doesn't change the fact that the Crust Cousins did genuinely want to be friends with Jenny
- In "Daydream Believer" when Jenny asks her mother if she can experience what it's like to dream, Mrs. Wakeman says that she'll consider putting the idea of a dream-chip on her very long list of things to do. Jenny feels sad, believing that she'll put the idea at the very bottom; she instead makes it the very first thing to do on the list.
- In "Puppet Bride" Mrs. Wakeman saving Jenny from Little Acorn saying she won't let him take her daughter as his bride showing that she does think of Jenny as more than a mere robot.
- In the Christmas special, everyone believes that Jenny has gone rogue and does whatever they can to shut her down...except Sheldon who remained convinced that Jenny was just Brainwashed and Crazy and ultimately helps her clear her name.
- The ending of the Big Damn Movie.
- A fan asks Rob to sign a rare piece of memorabilia, and Rob replies, "Oh, yeah, I remember that; I'll just send you one of my own." Then he sends not just his own autograph, but the signatures of all the fellow animators he could findnote as well as another poster for the TV Movie, signed and thanking him for being a "true" fan.