|Princess Tutu Abridged Episode 10|
|Season 1, Episode 10|
Princess Tutu Abridged: Episode 9
Princess Tutu Abridged: Episode 11
In which Duck gets more in touch with her feathery side, Fakir stops taking his medication, and Mytho and Kraehe (almost) get hitched.
- Elf -- Duck/Tutu, Pike
- Blade -- Rue/Kraehe, Liliae, Mr. Cat
- Walker -- Mytho, Skepticism
- Runen -- Fakir, Drosselmeyer, Lil' Fakir
- Doodle -- Crocodelia
- Taslin -- Narrator
- Also Featuring: Blade/Taslin's Dad, as Charon.
(0:00 - 0:26) Introduction - Princess Tutu OST+
[Opening - "I Don't Feel Like Dancin'" by the Scissor Sisters]
(1:04 - 1:45) Chrysalis - Princess Tutu OST ++
(1:46 - 2:16) Chrysalis - Princess Tutu OST +
(2:34 - 2:54) Dance of the Sugarplum Fairy - Pyotr Tchaikovsky, The Nutcracker Suite
(3:08 - 3:45) Kangaroo - Camille Saint-Saëns, Carnival of the Animals
(3:46 - 4:00) End of the Story - Princess Tutu OST
(4:16 - 4:59) Aquarium - Camille Saint-Saëns, Carnival of the Animals
(5:00 - 6:26) Op. 10: In a Mountain Pass - Mikhail Ippolitov-Ivanov, Caucasian Sketches
(6:33 - 7:22) Mazurka at Op.6-1 in F-sharp Major - Frédéric Chopin
(7:29 - 7:45) Arabian Dance - Pyotr Tchaikovsky, The Nutcracker Suite
(7:46 - 8:00) Hand of Sorrow - Within Temptation
(8:01 - 8:24) Arabian Dance - Pyotr Tchaikovsky, The Nutcracker Suite
(8:25 - 8:45) Chrysalis - Princess Tutu OST ++
(8:52 - 9:25) Waltz-Coda (Allegro espressivo) - Sergei Prokofiev, Cinderella
(9:38 - 9:59) Midnight - Sergei Prokofiev, Cinderella
[Closing - "Caramelldansen" by Caramell]
(10:13 - 10:18) Kangaroo - Camille Saint-Saëns, Carnival of the Animals
+ Mix of Little Overture - Pyotr Tchaikovsky, The Nutcracker Suite ++ Mix of Siegfried's Funeral March - Richard Wagner, Götterdämmerung
(0:00) The story for this episode is a modified version of the Jim Henson movie Labyrinth.
(1:54) Drosselmeyer says that his heroine can't be a Mary Sue, and wonders if being a duck is enough of a character flaw to absolve her.
(2:12) Fakir's line is a reference to the commercials for Klondike Bars.
(5:00) Fakir's line is an oblique reference to Elan from Richard Burlew's webcomic, Order of the Stick.
(5:34) Fakir's line alludes to the popular TV game-show Jeapordy.
(9:12) Fakir's line is a reference to the Ace Attorney series of video-games.
(9:14) Fakir's line is a reference to The Wizard of Oz.
- This is the team's favorite episode in the first season.
- Blade and Taslin's dad voiced Charon, Fakir's foster-father, in this episode. He has agreed to reprise his role for Charon's later appearances.