- Kenny wishing to reverse everything that happened, giving up his chance at being brought back to life."Goodbye, you guys."
- Later on, we're given a sweet scene of him shooting up into Heaven, while everyone at South Park, including his parents, all happily wave goodbye to him, as pictured right.
- Stan and Wendy making up at the end.
- Sheila apologizing to Kyle at the end.
- Plus, when Kyle reminds her that it was Cartman's "fucking filthy mouth" that saved them, she didn't go nuts as she would have.
- Sharon and the other mothers quitting the M.A.C. to help their kids. Doubles as a Moment of Awesome.
- Kenny's conversation with Satan.
- La Resistance gathering around Terrance and Phillip to stop the military and Kyle's mom from executing them. Also counts as a Moment of Awesome for Kyle for standing up to his mom. Unfortunately, she doesn't listen.
Kyle: I don't want a fighter, I want my mom.
- Terrance and Phillip appear to be quite taken aback by the gesture themselves.
- Sheila patting Terrance and Phillip on the shoulder during the reprise of "Mountain Town" at the end.The Mothers: (singing) Cause Terrance are Philip are sweet.Sheila: (hugs the duo) Super Sweet!
- When Kyle hides Ike in his attic, he makes a promise to Ike to stop all the madness, get their mom to come home, and become a happy family again.
- Kyle's Armor-Piercing Question to his mother, reminding her that her own adopted son is Canadian. This and the above moment each show that Kyle does care about Ike despite how he treated him at the beginning of the movie.
- A blink and you'll miss it one, during the La Resistance musical number, Kenny's dad has a picture of him on his helmet.
- "Through the Eyes of a Child", the last end credits song. It pulls off the seemingly impossible feat of being a tongue-in-cheek Award-Bait Song parody that retains the wit of South Park while still having a poignant melody and lyrics (about the innocence of children, or lack thereof).
- In the middle of the American/Canadian battlefield when things look incredibly grim, Cartman takes the time to apologize to Kyle for ripping on him for being Jewish. It's ruined due to Cartman Comically Missing the Point, telling Kyle that he's actually not a Jew, but let's face it: with Eric Cartman, that's the closest thing to a heartwarming moment you're going to get.
Heartwarming / South Park: Bigger, Longer & Uncut