- There is no way to describe how awesome Spot (superdog)'s appearance in their Pridelands "game" is.
- King standing up to Pete in The Celestial beings' game room. It's worth noting that Pete is as powerful as a god, along with his pals at the table. Being able to stand up to Pete in front of his friends and pointing out his wrongdoings and being recognized for them is a strong sign that King knows how to back himself up.
- The introduction of Spirit Dragon.
King: "This would be so awesome if I didn't wet myself."
- Lampshaded by King.
- Cool Shades, avoiding certain defeat, and an Unflinching Walk? Awesome.
- Fox making a diving save to catch King's stopwatch. His somewhat reconciliatory dialogue afterwards doubles as a Heartwarming Moment.
- Grape, when she was two years old according to Word of God, fearlessly beats up a kidnapper armed with a gun... with just a broom.
- That is in addition to singlehandedly beating up the kidnapper's pet, an alligator.
- Bailey punching Bino. He had it coming.
- Some time later, she sinks him three times on a dunking booth.
- Jata, who's ripped and in his prime, versus the older and worn Uncle Deadeye. Surely a recipe for a curbstomp battle, right?
- Wow, I didn't know cats could bend like that
- Simple rule of thumb: that wolf is OLD for a reason. Jata, a predator himself, really should have known better...
- Fox beating down Joel in a Wham Episode.
- King, Bailey, Sabrina and Tarot deciding to stop fighting for Spirit Dragon and Pete thus making Kitsune stop the game.
- Extra awesome points for Kitsune who decides to give Pete and Spirit Dragon 10 minutes to convince the four to continue playing. He might be a god-like entity like the others but he certainly knows that neither of them stand a good chance of actually making that happen.
- Extra awesome points for Pete taking a well-deserved strawberry milkshake to the face from Bailey along with King's little Shut Up, Hannibal! speech.
- Sabrina and Tarot standing up to Dragon and telling her where to stick it when Dragon tries playing the moral high ground is a nice, if understated, moment. Dragon's face in the last panel shows she knows exactly how little hope she has of success.
- Kitsune continues his awesome Batman Gambit and even manages to give Pete a quite powerful Villainous Breakdown. He also manages to invoke a minor case of Fridge Brilliance.
- Res decided to take a chance, because they ran out of time with The Forgotten in Temple Crashers 2. He dove into Pete's mana pool and made himself a demigod. He then overpowered The Forgotten, using the limitless power of Pete's mana pool to blast it and Euodant back through the portal before closing it, saving Keene and Breel in the process with style.
Awesome / Housepets!