The narrator doesn't even know what she's talking about anymore.
"Once Upon a Time, there was a Rabbit... which was actually a Swan. There was also a Fox that wanted to eat the swan--rabbit. So it made a baby swan out of black tar. Brer Swan tried to talk to the Tar Swan, but it would not respond. When Brer Swan touched the tar, she got stuck. The only way to escape the Fox was to go into the briar patch. But swans don't live in briar patches rabbits do. And I am aware that this story makes absolutely no sense."
Fakir is not happy with Tutu giving in to Kraehe's demands.
"Wait a minute you moron! What part of Screw Destiny do you not understand? You have to —and this is a shocker— not do what they tell you! If you vanish like the story says then I probably get chopped in half. And I don't know about you but I AM NOT OKAY WITH THAT!"
This scene, where the characters contemplate the broken Fourth Wall and wonder how Kraehe's outfit stays on.
Kraehe: Tutu, it just seems like every time I try to monologue at you, you start with the whole shouting expletives thing. I mean, seriously, it's getting kind of old. You're a Ballerina Princess, have a little class. Or is Princess Tutu nothing more than a vulgar, man-stealing, ho?
Kraehe: Oh but Fakir, we're just getting warmed up. Don't you want to hear Mytho's theory?
Kraehe: Rhetorical question, darling. No one actually cares what you think. You're not important. After all, I am holding the essence of your plot relevance right here. Not sure why it took away you're pupils though.
"Oh come on! His sword just turned into a pair of birds. That doesn't make any fucking sense!"
Fakir's control issues in the early episodes are usually this.
Fakir: Where's Mytho? He went out without my authorization and he must be recaptured.
Duck: You control freak. He's Rue's boyfriend, not yours.