* Finally beating the crap out of Rajan with Murray, after the tiger ran from his ancestral palace and denied you the chance to best him there, is sweet.
* Shortly [[spoiler:after Neyla betrays]] Sly and Murray and they are jailed, Bentley travels to said establishment, breaks Sly out (by using a ''flying locomotive''), eavesdrops on the Contessa, doodles on the level intro, and learns how to drive a stick shift all by himself! This nearly gives him qualities for his own portable game, and that's a great way to start off level 4.
* Bentley's first and only boss fight against [[spoiler:Jean Bison]] using his [[PuzzleBoss own equipment against]] him. Too bad it's after the [[ThatOneLevel log rolling event]].
* The climax of the game, which has Sly taking up the gunner seat of a helicopter piloted by [[spoiler:Carmelita]] to engage [[spoiler:Clock-La]] in an aerial battle, hammering away at the menace with machinegun fire while shooting down missiles and electro-rings. And that's just phase ONE.
* Phase TWO consists of Sly pursuing [[spoiler:Clock-La]] through the wreckage of [[spoiler:Arpeggio's airship as it comes apart]] in the skies above Paris. There's too much junk flying around for the helicopter to pursue, so what does Sly do? He jumps OUT of the helicopter and paraglides from one chunk of wreckage to the next, until he catches up with [[spoiler:Clock-La]] and grabs hold, then proceeding to slam away with his cane until they go plunging to earth together. Sly's got some serious [[FreudWasRight fuzzy]] [[UnusualEuphemism dice]], all right...