In particular, at the conclusion of Wolf's trial, the judge proclaims: "We've heard the evidence, most of it quite ridiculous." An outraged Wolf takes umbrage at the "most" and snaps: "Some of it!"
"That's not funny." "...it'll get funnier if we keep doing it."
The vast majority of Tony's lines, as he has a tendency to lampshade things that the fairy tale characters do or say in a particularly snarky manner.
Tony: What is it with you people? What kind of twisted upbringing did you have? You know, why can't you just say, 'Oh, that'll be 100 gold coins'? Why does it always have to be, 'No! Not unless you lay a magic egg, or count the hairs on a giant's ass!'?
Virginia hitting Wolf over the head with the vase at her grandmother's apartment when he tried to kiss her.
He just breaks out a big grin after she does this.
During the Red Riding Hood scene at Grandma's apartment:
Wolf:(speaking of the meat cleaver in his hand) Oh, no! How did this get here?
When they go back to rescue Tony from the prison:
Wolf: Okay, how about, I wear the shoes, and then you touch me, 'cause if you're touching me we'll both be invisible. Virginia: No way. You're lying, you just want the shoes for yourself! (Actually just about any scene with the magic shoes is hilarious.)
Tony: What is the point of having a door with a horrible death behind it? WHAT DOES THAT ACHIEVE? (throws frog through door) * BOOM* Wolf: I guess it's the other door.
As she goes to chase after the dog Wendell:
Blabberwort: He can't escape, we're in a prison!
Would that beInsane Troll Logic? Actually a lot of the Trolls' lines would count as that, particularly Burly rejecting Bluebell's idea that they were shrunk by Virginia and put in a matchbox in her pocket with "How can we be in a matchbox—where are all the matches?"