Surprisingly enough, for a movie like this, there are a few examples:
- Everything involving Pacha and his family.
- Pacha lending Kuzco his poncho.
- Kuzco accidentally (or not) saving Pacha from falling off a cliff. "Don't read too much into it."
- When Kuzco apologizes to Pacha after learning the truth about Yzma's plot to kill him.
- Watch Kuzco apologizing to the old man who he had thrown out the window at the beginning of the film.
Old Man: Oh now you stop being so hard on yourself. All is forgiven.
Kuzco: Your sure?
Kuzco: Okay buddy take care, heh, he's a sweet guy...
- Kuzco agreeing to build his summer home next door to Pacha's house.
Kuzco: So you lied to me.
Pacha: I did?
Kuzco: Yeah, you said when the sun hits this ridge just right these hills sing. Well pal I was dragged all over those hill and I did not hear any singing. So, I'll be building my summer home on a more magical hill, thank you.
Pacha: Can't pull the wool over your eyes huh?
Kuzco: No no I'm sharp, I'm on it. Looks like you and your family are stuck on this tuneless hilltop forever pal.
Pacha: ...You know, I think I heard some singing on the hill next to us.