- In "Episode 19: Ghost Bustin'", the boys go hunting for ghosts with Natalie Jean. Henry talks about how beautiful she is, but he also describes her as way out of his league. That was in 2011. By 2018, the two got married.
- In "Episode 96: Call 911!", Marcus caps off a particularly grim 911 call and the episode itself by playing "Rainbow Connection" by Kermit the Frog(and featuring Debbie Harry). This event upgrades itself to a Crowning Moment of Heartwarming towards the end of the song when all three hosts sing along with Kermit.
- The Round Table of Gentlemen's "Roast of Marcus Parks". Even when Henry, Ben, and the other comedians are calling Marcus a "bad-toothed psychopath", the obvious respect and affection the group has for each other is very sweet. Toward the end, Marcus audibly chokes up thanking everyone for sticking with him throughout the years.Marcus: It's very rare that a man gets to work with his best fuckin' friends every single day. I've done and I've heard a million things I never thought I would, and I'm not exaggerating when I say that you people saved my life.
- From Episode 311:Marcus: I don't have any more fun than I do with the two of you.Henry: If we were trapped on an island together, it would take me two years to murder one of you, and that's a lot.
- At the end of the "Bonnie & Clyde" series, Marcus takes a thirty-second of profanity-free time to thank his twelve year old niece, who helped him in researching some of the Parks family history that actually tied into the Bonnie & Clyde saga, specifically that an ancestor of theirs was killed by the Texas Ranger that eventually brought down Bonnie & Clyde. Marcus also notes he wanted this section profanity free because it would be the only section of the show his niece's father would let her hear, since the rest of the show is, by no means, for children.
Heartwarming / The Last Podcast on the Left