Madam Secretary: Blake Gets the Job Without an Interview
Blake had been struggling with self-confidence and it was so touching to see his grief turn to surprise and pride when Elizabeth told him she wasn't going to interview him because he was already her choice for the Senior Policy Advisor position.
The Kids Are Alright: Mike Has an Honest Talk with Lawrence.
Mike is often so gruff with the kids, so it's always heartwarming to see his softer side. The moment with Lawrence where he explained that he works hard to try to provide for his family out of love was especially touching because these two so often butt heads.
The Neighborhood: Calvin Admits He is Proud of Malcolm
Calvin is a tough nut to crack and he's as hard on his adult kids as he is on his neighbor, especially Malcolm. So it was heartwarming to hear him admit that underneath all the critical and sarcastic comments, there's love for his son and concern that he's wasting his life.
The Good Doctor: Shaun Helps Two Feuding Brothers
Shaun's struggle to learn the human side of being a doctor is always heartwarming when he wins. In this case, it was a double win because he was the only one to take a seemingly selfish brother's demands seriously. Although there were missteps along the way, Shaun's actions ultimately helped the brothers reconcile as well as get the dying one the kidney he needed to keep on living.
Young Sheldon: Sheldon Understands His Mom's Need for Faith
Sheldon Cooper isn't exactly known for being empathetic, especially with abstract, unproveable concepts like faith that he deems ridiculous. So when he showed concern that Mary had stopped going to church after the death of a young member, it really touched viewers' hearts.
Murphy Brown: Jim Dial's Acceptance Speech
Murphy Brown often emphasizes the political part of political comedy, so an episode devoted to non-political stuff like Jim getting an award and making a subtle overture to Phyllis, who had pined for him throughout the ceremony, was doubly heartwarming.