- Awesome Music: Kirsten winning back Dana with her epic public rendition of Those Triple D's (Fat Bottomed Girls).
- Crosses the Line Twice: Chuck's response to All Gays Are Pedophiles: "You can keep your ugly children!"
- Funny Moments: Evan tries to expedite Dana's labor with Mentos and Diet Coke. Hilarity Ensues.
- Heartwarming Moments:
- Steve finally coming out to his ultra-conservative mother.
- In "Labor Days", Steve discovers that Rick has a hidden trunk full of "sexual souvenirs" from his ex-boyfriends. After fretting about it for the entire episode, he finally confronts Rick about his discovery. Rick explains that while he keeps the items to remind him of his past (because it help make him who he is), the most important item is the trunk itself: he acquired it from the "live mermaid" tank where he and Steve shared their first kiss, so he would always remember the happiest day of his life—the most important memory of all.
- Dana naming her newborn daughter "Dixie" in honor of her late brother, Dick—the only man she ever loved.
- Moment of Awesome: MOM FIGHT!!
- What Do You Mean, It's Not for Kids?: Don't let the fact that it's a stop-motion cartoon where the characters are made of Legos (actually Duplo, because LEGO objected) make you think this is some tame PBS or Nick Jr. show about friendship and life lessons. Yes, it does teach you about the LGBT lifestyle, but its not particularly interested in being educational, and has plenty of raunchier jokes.
YMMV / Rick & Steve: The Happiest Gay Couple in All the World