- Bruce suffering from the nano-meds and his anger are worthy of many tears.
- David's Beard of Sorrow, all because he was in prison for thirty years without seeing his son.
- After Bruce's survival of the blast of gamma radiation, Betty worries that he should have died.
- General Ross and Betty's argument over Bruce being either an ally or an enemy.
- David confessing to Betty that he deeply regrets the death of his wife Edith. The entire scene is a tearjerker thanks to Danny Elfman's score and the imagery accompanying Nick Nolte's voice.David: Fear? Perhaps, Miss Ross. And loneliness, too. Yes... I feel them both. But I have lived... completely once. I was so much in love, and she so much wanted a baby. My baby. I could tell from the moment she conceived that it wasn't a son I had given her but something else. A monster, maybe. I should have put a stop to it right then, but I was curious and that was my downfall. And as I watched this tiny life unfold, I began to imagine the horror of it and my curiosity was replaced with compassion. But they took away my chance to cure him. Your father threw me out. I remember that day so well, every moment, every sensation, walking into the house, the feeling of the handle of the knife in my hand. I knew I was doing a father's work, fulfilling a father's mercy. But then, she surprised me. It was as if she and the knife merged. You cannot imagine the unbearable finality of it. And in that one moment, I took everything that was dear to me and transformed it into nothing more than a memory.
- This exchange between Bruce and David:Bruce: I should have killed you.David: Yeah? I should have killed you.Bruce: I wish you had.
- Bruce's memories about his mother, who had brown hair and brown eyes. It gives him Manly Tears, as well.
- David yelling in sadness in front of his son about the military, perfectly demonstrating how deep (or deeper, given he had gone off the deep end early on in the film) into madness he had fallen:David: Stop what?! Stop what?! Think about all those men out there, in their uniforms! Barking and swallowing orders! Inflicting their petty rule over the entire globe! Think of all the harm they've done! To you! To me! To humanity! And know this, that we can make them and their flags and their anthems and their governments disappear! In a flash! You and me!Bruce: I'd rather die!David: Oh, that's your answer. And indeed you shall die. And be reborn... a hero! Of the kind that walked Earth long before the pale religions of civilization infected humanity's soul!Bruce: GOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!!!!
- David's final moments in life are quite sad when he wanted to give back the energy to Bruce because it was too much for him to handle and it results in his death.
Tear Jerker / Hulk