There are a ton of CMOHs in the story...usually near the end of each year. And every one uses the Black Comedy set-up to do it. One almost thinks that Milholland should work for Bryan Fuller...or vice versa.
This one confirms that, while also being a moment of heartwarming. Kharisma saying she values you enough not to be the worst person in the world? That she took enough time away from being into her own shit to actually value you? That she asks you to do something to make yourself less unhappy? That's both how bad the job is and how much she'd grown (not very much, but it's there).
Mike: I guess it just surprised me. I was expecting you to make fun of me like you usually do. Davan: Haven't you noticed everyone gets made fun of around here by everyone else? It's not just you, Mike. We pick on each other because we like each other. In fact, if we didn't make fun of you it would probably mean we didn't like you.
When in one of his VLogs R.K. said that a lot of what happened with Davan's parents are the fears he has about his own parents as they get old, and how he really doesn't feel prepared for when they'll eventually go away. He then goes on to say that his parents have actually set up a work station for him at their house and his dad sometimes watches him make the comic, and compares it to putting the artwork you do when you're a little kid on the refrigerator.
Pythagorean: Yeah, you guys seem to think I'm respectable or something but just a heads-up. I tend to self-destruct, especially when I'm stressed. Factoid: We all have flaws, man. Pythagorean: No, see, I really screw up. Factoid: Everyone does. No one's perfect. We all fail, sometimes no matter how hard we try. You're human. The best heroes tend to be.
There's something oddly sweet and cute about the fact that Davan and Vanessa got married while wearing Kaiju costumes! (not to mention hilarious). In fact, the entire wedding arc (starting here) has it's fare share of memorable moments