* Ego's review of Gusteau's in the finale. Yes, the restaurant was closed by health inspectors, but it's truly incredible if you don't come out of that monologue feeling inspired, or with a new respect for some critics, to a degree.
** Don't forget Ego's {{Flashback}} upon actually tasting Rémy's ratatouille. If that [[BestYearsOfYourLife sunny kitchen]] and the warm, reassuring smile of [[DotingParent Anton's mother]] as she cheers her son up with a bowl of homemade soup don't melt your heart... No wonder he gave them a rave review.
*** It's so simple and sweet -- and a ''perfect'' example of everything PetTheDog should be.
** Which segues very nicely into his review of the restaurant: even after [[spoiler:meeting Remy and having the situation explained to him, he gives it a highly positive rating, which eventually costs him his job. And just as a pick-up-and-cuddle-the-dog moment, Anton loses his credibility but is a regular customer at Remy's new restaurant, where he consistently orders the ratatouille.]] Say it with me: ''d'awwwww!''
*** [[spoiler:Not just a regular customer. It's highly suggested that Ego helped front the money to open La Ratatouille in the first place, making him co-owner along with Linguini and Colette.]]
** A subtle moment during that scene: Colette has mentioned how being a woman has handicapped her and forced her to work twice as hard to get where she is. Then she goes out to speak with Ego, [[spoiler:who immediately assumes she's the chef and begins congratulating her. The fact that she's a woman doesn't make any difference to him.]]
* Colette signals Remy that it's time to get back to work with a look of warm acceptance, a look that says she truly accepts him as her comrade and a master of the kitchen.
* Not to mention Remy's teeny-tiny little chef's hat. Awwww.
* My favorite was when Remy's dad whistled for the rat colony to [[MisfitMobilizationMoment come out of hiding and help Remy save the day]]. He was opposed to Remy's wild-eyed cooking dreams from day one, but when his son needed help, [[strike:he was]] they were there. Just ''thinking'' about that tears me up. He caps it off with just nine words.
-->"We may not be cooks... but we ''are'' family."
* "And this rat... this ''brilliant'', little chef... can take us there." No wonder it convinces Remy's dad that he was "wrong about... your friend."
* The kiss between Linguini and Collete: instead of pushing him off, she passionately kisses him back, even though [[ShutUpKiss Remy was the one who forced the kiss.]]
* Remy's final conversation with the imaginary Gusteau.
-->'''Remy''': I'm sick of pretending. I pretend to be a rat for my father, I pretend to be a ''human'' for Linguini. I pretend you ''exist'' so I have someone to talk to! You only tell me stuff I already know! I know who I am! Why do I need you to tell me? Why do I need to pretend?
-->'''Gusteau''': [''chuckles''] But you don't Remy. You never did. [''disappears'']