Two early episodes when the series was just getting started. Big crime. And in TMP he is strongly affected by his experience with Vger so he sheds a tear. Big crime.
But that's not what you said. You said "The writers and the actor were smart enough to keep him consistent." You're inferring that he was consistent throughout the entire series, and he wasn't. His character changed from the beginning of the series to the end because of character development. His character changed throughout the TOS movies as well. His character changed yet again in "Unification," and finally changed again in Star Trek '09. The only consistent thing about Spock's character is its inconsistency
But you know what? I'm not interested in arguing with you. I'm much more interested in why you have so much hate for everything that isn't 1960's Star Trek.