|Princess Tutu Abridged: Episode 18|
|Season 2, Episode 5|
Princess Tutu Abridged: Episode 17
Princess Tutu Abridged: Episode 19
In which a coup de théâtre shocks the world, Fakir has a brush with the avant-garde, and subtitles provide a certain je ne sais quoi.
- Elf -- Duck/Tutu, Pike,Yaoi Fangirl, Drama Club VP, French Woman, Announcer
- Blade -- Rue/Kraehe, Liliae, Anna Conda, Drama Dork
- Walker -- Mytho, Mytho's Conscience, Drama Club President
- Runen -- Fakir, Drosselmeyer, The Raven, The Ghost Knight, Drama Dork
- Doodle -- Drama Dork
- Taslin -- Narrator, Drama Dork
(0:00 - 0:26) Introduction - Princess Tutu OST+
[Opening - "I Don't Feel Like Dancin'" by the Scissor Sisters]
(1:04 - 1:22) Egmont Overture - Ludwig van Beethoven
(1:30 - 2:10) Funny Ahiru/Mr. Cat - Princess Tutu OST+
(2:25 - 2:29) Strange Goldcrown Town - Princess Tutu OST+
(2:56 - 3:33) End of the Story - Princess Tutu OST
(4:44 - 5:03) Aquarium - Camille Saint-Saëns, Carnival of the Animals
(5:35 - 5:49) Aquarium - Camille Saint-Saëns, Carnival of the Animals
(5:49 - 6:30) Les Préludes - Franz Liszt
(6:46 - 7:27) Chrysalis - Princess Tutu OST++
(7:28 - 7:45) The Black Rider - Howard Shore, The Fellowship of the Ring OST
(7:57 - 8:31) Egmont Overture - Ludwig van Beethoven
(8:32 - 8:40) La Marseillaise (French national anthem)
(8:41 - 9:39) Egmont Overture - Ludwig van Beethoven
[Closing - "Caramelldansen" by Caramell]
(9:54 - 10:04) Concrete Angel - Martina McBride
(10:05 - 10:13) Etude II - Princess Tutu OST
+ 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 version of the George Lucas film Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith.
(4:00) Duck's line is a reference to the song "Pink Elephants on Parade" from Walt Disney's animated film Dumbo.
(7:15) Fakir's line is a reference to Marvel's comic series Spiderman.
(7:30 - 7:48) This sequence is a reference to Peter Jackson's film version of The Fellowship of the Ring.
(7:58) Fakir's line is simultaneously a reference to The Lone Ranger and to Miguel de Cervantes's novel Don Quixote.
(9:28) Fakir's line reference to William Shakespeare's Hamlet.
(10:06) The commercial for the Plot Case 2.0 (TM) claims to be a product of 'ACME Fictioneer Supply;' this name is an oblique reference to the Coyote & Roadrunner shorts from Looney Toons.
- All the French in this episode was written/translated by Elf, who (along with Runen) took several years of the language in high school. Taslin, on the other hand, had to be seriously coached in proper pronunciation for her lines.
- In the middle of editing the video this episode, Blade's copy of Adobe Premiere became corrupted, and she was forced to finish on a borrowed machine.