- The ending. As Didymus and Hoggle say to Sarah, through the mirror, "And remember, fair maiden, should you need us..." "Yes, should you need us, for any reason at all...". It's what True Companions is all about.
- There's more; "I do need you..." "You do? Well, why didn't you say so!?" (Sarah turns around and sees Ludo, Hoggle, Didymus, Ambrosius, and several of the labyrinth's creatures, including two fireys and the wise old man. They start partying.)
- Sarah giving Lancelot, her teddy bear, to Toby in the end. Remember, she was furious that her stepmother or her father took it from her room in the beginning. Now she's acting like a good sister and sharing her stuffed animals with her brother.
- Sarah accepting Hoggle as her friend.
- Sarah helping and befriending Ludo. She immediately recognizes that the lumbering creature is more of a lost child than a dangerous beast and treats him with compassion and tenderness. She doesn't even fault him for not knowing the way to the Goblin City or being scared when they travel through a dark, creepy meadow a few scenes later.
- Ludo and Sir Didymus becoming "brothers".
- Sir Didymus is quite adamant that no one may cross the bridge without his permission. But when Sarah asks him if they can have his permission, he's quite willing to give it after he realizes he can help his new friends without violating his oath.
Heartwarming / Labyrinth