- "Chris Messin' August"
- Split Kit states that he doesn't want to see Santa because he's been pretty rotten lately. Elliot Mess replies by putting a hand (or rather, a foot) on his friend's shoulder and telling him that no one is perfect.
- At the end of the episode, Split Kit states that he's learned it is better to give than to receive, and he proves it by giving a present to Patty Putty.
- After Hal undoes his magic at the end of "Heartless Hal", Split Kit recites a poem to Patty Putty informing her that while he still doesn't care for Valentine's Day, he really does like Patty. After Patty runs away with joy, Kit glares at the audience before smiling and blushing.
- The Garbage Pail Award segments for the episodes "A Rhyme in Time" and "A Fishy Story" have the awards dedicated to mothers everywhere and fathers everywhere respectively, both of them even acknowledging the nice things that caring parents do for their children. It's also sad and ironic, considering that unfounded parental complaints were what prevented this show from airing in the United States in the first place.
Heartwarming / Garbage Pail Kids Cartoon