In this episode, Carmelita and Sly have been captured, and Bentley, Murray, and all of the previous ancestors all must work together to save them. The ancestors go around Le Paradox's blimp, each collecting the stolen cane for the next ancestor, after which, they are returned to their respective time period. After all of the canes are collected, "Tennessee Kid" Cooper shoots the container that holds Sly and Carmelita, releasing them, and then returns to the Wild West. A battle then takes place between Le Paradox and Sly, which destroys the blimp. The battle ends with Le Paradox stealing Sly's backpack, and in turn, all of his paragliders, and floating off of the destroyed blimp, but is immediately hit by a plane, causing him to fall to the waters below. Sly, on the other hand, is standing pensively on the doomed blimp...
- Arc Villain: Le Paradox.
- Bottle Episode: The entire level takes place in Le Paradox's time-traveling blimp. Admittedly it is massive, but it's different to the various townships in the other eras.
- Bittersweet Ending: Le Paradox's plans have been foiled, but Sly is now lost in Ancient Egypt.
- But Now I Must Go: When each of the ancestors finish their part in the level, they all disappear, having been put back to where they were from. Bentley describes it as the temporal abnormality correcting itself.
- Evil Is Petty: Le Paradox admits that he only wanted the Cooper Canes as trophies for his conquest over the Cooper Clan.
- Final Boss: Sly vs. Le Paradox
- Godwin's Law of Time Travel: When the Cooper Gang make it back to the present, Paris has become Le Paradox's own personal Egopolis. Even the Eiffel Tower has a giant replica of his head on it.
- Gondor Calls for Aid: While Sly sneaks into Le Paradox's blimp, Bentley and Murray bring back Rioichi, Tennessee Kid, Bob, Galleth and Salim to the present to help them.
- Place Beyond Time: Le Paradox intended on using his time tunnel to send Sly and Carmelita hurtling through the time-space continuum for all of eternity.