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) , Literature is a highbrow looking woman, Romance is a very attractive looking woman who Really Gets Around, Western is a cowboy, Blockbuster is basically a Rambo Shout-Out, Noir is a brown-coated detective who slips in when nobody was looking, Comedy is a man in mismatching clothes... and most hilarious is the fact that Horror is a little girl.
The behaviour of the genres is hilarious to someone familiar with the stereotypes associated with them.
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, Science Fiction is shooting lasers, Blockbuster is of course going for More Dakka, War is using a rifle, and Comedy is firing a pop gun that says "Boom" on the end of a flag.
Science Fiction and Fantasy talk about how often that their little brother "Superhero" was killed that the mundies don't even care by this point.
Similarly, Western mentions how many times he's been killed and revived.
Fantasy also sends a messenger to the Fables... a unicorn. The girls proceed to shoot it.
Fairest: The Hidden Kingdom gives us the priceless scene after Bigby orders Frau Totenkinder, the most powerful witch yet seen, to accompany him to Japan. When the airport official asks the purpose of his visit, he cheerfully replies "Bucket list. I'm taking Great Aunt Totty to see Mount Fuji before she kicks it." Totenkinder's spectacularly pissed off expression makes it clear that Bigby is the only Fable badass enough to humiliate her like that without retribution, and Bigby's clearly gleefully aware of this.
In Legends in Exile, Bigby has way too much fun playing out the classic "parlor room summation" scene from every old mystery story, while the others keep urging him to get on with it.