Part 3 of the breakdown goes over the last 2 big/important riffs.
#1. Here is another lick that is intended to imply a tonicization of the IV(4) chord, Dm.
This time we take a different approach and play the A altered scale (Bb melodic minor).
Any time there is a V(5) to I(1) progression, the altered scale off the V chord is always a good choice.
#2. This lick is done over the b6 to 5 progression and we'll be using the same approach as last time.
Playing B altered over the F7 and then playing a nice A harmonic minor run over the E7alt.
If you notice, toward the end of this lick I almost play the same thing as last time.
This can tend to happen in an improvised situation, whether you notice or not.