Even though it was later undone, Ken telling Christopher he was proud of him in "Whats Up Hollywood" was genuinely sweet.
Season 2's "Reconciliation" has all three versions of Titus - his adult self, his teen self, and kid self - sharing the Neutral Space, and ends with his kid self asking to turn off the light, and his adult self helps him do so.
"Deprogramming Erin" has Ken give Titus some genuinely helpful advice - after Titus says his piece to Erin, Ken encourages him to walk away, escorting him into the house as Erin's family's car starts up and pulls away. The look of shared excitement when Erin knocks on the door is genuinely heartwarming.
Young Lucius runs to a store of dummy hands and presents them to his mutilated, traumatized aunt in hopes of cheering her. Her smile speaks volumes.
The ending, where Young Lucius, who had been taught to hate the black Moors, takes pity on Aaron's infant son by freeing him from the cage, and presumably, the cycle of revenge and bloodthirst. He walks with the baby in his arms, departing the colosseum of bloodshed towards a sunrise just peeping over the horizon. The visuals and the gestures speak for themselves.