Sally:(from off-screen, as the "camera" moves upstairs and towards her bedroom) Dear God above, this is a filthy thing you're making me do. Filthy! I feel so dirty! Am I dirty, Jack? Am I? I am dirty, aren't I, Jack? Call me a dirty girl, Jack! Call me a dirty girl!
(Cut to Jack and Sally having sex on Sally's bed; Sally going absolutely wild, pulling Jacks hair, scratching his back and screaming out her pleasure, while Jack, on top of her, looks slightly mortified.)
Sally:DO IT! Call me a strumpet! A whore! I'm so bad! I'm so dirty! Jack: Jesus God above, Sally! Can't you just shut up for a moment? Long enough to let me finish?
Clara the Dragon-Raven "catching" the bouquet at Snow White's wedding. Of course, when you can fly and breathe fire...
The literals, the anthropomorphic personifications are quite amusing:
Mystery's face is hidden behind a shroud, Science Fiction and Fantasy are a man in a spacesuit and a green skinned elf (Respectively), Western is a cowboy, Literature is a highbrow looking woman, comedy is a man in mismatching clothes... and most hilarious is the fact that Horror is a little girl.
Later on in the crossover, they're engaging in a gunfight with the Fables... Mystery has an old-fashioned pistol, Fantasy is shooting magic bolts, Comedy is firing a pop gun that says "Boom" on the end of a flag.
Fantasy also sends a messenger to the Fables... a unicorn. The girls proceed to shoot it.