King William and Queen Uberta singing about how the young Odette and Derek are getting along, oblivious to what's going on behind them. While they're singing, it's obvious that the kids are definitely not getting along.
Jean-Bob:(Oh, Crap! face, before the stick starts swinging)
The musical sequence for 'Practice, Practice, Practice' involves the servants dressing up as animals. Hilarity Ensues.
Special mention goes to this little gem:
Rogers ordering the musicians to act more like animals by growling and snarling - and only the guy dressed as a rabbit responds.
"Not you, Wesley, you're a rrrrabbit!"
The musicians bitching about having to do it.
Leader: Lord Rogers, I must protest! We are musicians, not animals!
Rogers: The servants had the day off, we had to use someone!
Leader: I am an ARTIST, not a BOAR!
Rogers: *muttering* Coulda fooled me...
This was a rather subtle moment, but, earlier Bridget had been seen nursing an infatuation with the Chamberlain during Rothbart's Villain Song. When Bridget shows up as the fake Odette to Uberta's ball, she winked at the Chamberlain as she walked in. She was flirting with him.
During the 'Princesses On Parade' number, we see a few princesses from different kingdoms: one with a cotton dress decked out in ears of corn (apparently she made it herself), Antonia, who shoves two other girls out of her way and does a cartwheel/backflip combo when greeting Derek, Brizzelda, who blows kisses to people and sends Derek into a dizzying spin while shaking his hand, and then Brunhilde, a princess whose dress in made entirely of heavy armor. When she slides off her equally armored horse, there is an audible clang! beneath the music.
As the seeker gains on them, and to make things worse, the carriage is headed straight for a cliff!
Jean-Bob: I don't like my options! Odette: Everybody out! Jean-Bob: I still don't like my options!
The Swan Princess Christmas
Jean-Bob: The chances of me being kissed and turned back into a prince on Christmas are almost...ZIP! Speed: (chuckles) Down to the usual one in a million.
The Ghost of Rothbart and Number 9 the cat are trying to come up with an idea to destroy Christmas. Number 9 keeps coming up with totally absurd ideas. Rothbart is not impressed to say the least.
Number 9: How's this? The little chef make him make bad decisions with all his little Christmas creations! (imagines the Chef throwing the cake in Bromley's face) Rothbart: You call that an idea? Number 9: Okay, how 'bout this one? Christmas cheer makes the frog go berserk! (imagines Jean-Bob ripping a Christmas wreath off Speed's neck, then knocking the turtle on his back and spinning him like a top) Rothbart: I've got better ideas in my elbow! Number 9: How 'bout this? Christmas gifts. Odette; she's got incredibly bad taste. (imagines Odette giving Derek a gift and he opens it to reveal a bright pink bow and arrow; Derek gives a forced smile) Rothbart: I can't cast a spell on Derek and Odette! They've got too much Christmas spirit! Come on, Number 9! Number 9: You said there were no bad ideas! Rothbart: There ain't! But there sure are a lot of lousy ones!
When Odette is preparing to sing to Uberta and Rodgers.
Odette: Wish me luck. Jean-Bob: If it goes well, tell them it was my idea. If it goes bad, tell them it was his idea. (points at Puffin)
A Royal Family Tale
When Alise is confirmed to lack any living relatives, and thus, be free and clear for adoption, Derek is so happy that he confuses his nouns. "I'm going to be a mom! I mean, I you're (Odette) going to be a dad! I mean..."
When Bridget plays Hide-And-Seek with Alise she seeks like a dog by putting her nose to the ground and sniffing. Onlookers look baffled and suggest someone bring out dog treats.
Watching Uberta, Rogers, etc. getting kidnapped by an army of flying squirrels is so ridiculous it's hard not to laugh.