- The 10th Anniversary Reunion Special.
- At the end of the special, in a very subtle addition to the rest of the episode, Clavis and Mavis wake up to find that they're all alone, symbolically representing the true end of their era, as well as all of their castmates. They say their infamous line and slowly walk away. A major Tear Jerker for long time fans.
- Hell, the entire damn thing. For Nickelodeon, a network notoriously bad at remembering and accepting their own history and dead-set on ignoring anyone who has outgrown their shows (at least until The '90s Are All That came along) brought back five members of the original cast who no one in the show's target age group could be expected to remember, reused old footage, and gave us some truly amazing mash-ups. It also makes for a sweet passing the torch moment, given that the special added three new cast members and the resurrection of Vital Information.
- Although it doesn't go as planned, Dullmont's staff throwing a surprise party on Coach Kreeton's birthday.
- The entire opening of the revival's first episode. The new kids are all nervous about the possibility of screwing up their first show and struggle to find their comedic groove as a result. In comes Lori Beth Denberg, Josh Server, and Kel Mitchell to offer advice on how to be funny. The kids gain new confidence and, once everyone is gathered in the green room, join the old cast in reciting the show's classic opening narration.
- Lori Beth Denberg handing over her role as Vital Information host to newcomer Reece Caddell. Doubles as a funny moment as Lori is leaving to go back to her home planet.
Heartwarming / All That