|There's a Fly in My Soup|
|Season 1, Episode 15|
|Air date||April 21, 2000|
|Written by||Joe Fallon|
Episode 14: Lionel's Great Escape Trick
Episode 16: The Popcorn Popper
There's a Fly in My Soup is the 15th episode of Season 1 of Between the Lions.
The lions try to make Click laugh, but they made her cry instead until she swallows a fly.
- The Vowelles sing the "y" sound from their hit word "my".
- Fred Says: fry
- Stage: fry, fly, sly, shy
- Arty Smartypants: My, Shy, Fly, Butterfly, Cry
- World-renowned mezzo-soprano Ms. Denyce Graves will sing the sound of the letter Y in the word "butterfly". (Versions 1 and 2)
- Sloppy Pop sings Sometimes Y (Version 1)
- Sky: fly, flying
- Fun with Chicken Jane: Chicken Jane and the Big Flying Duck (Versions 3 and 4) (EKA: Episode 09: Fuzzy Wuzzy, Wuzzy?)
- The Vowelles (back again) with the "y" sound from their big hit word "cry".
- Gawain's Word: cry
- Dunderhead Lab with Dr. Nitwhite and Watson: Words with the Letter Y, Y as an I (Versions 1 and 2)
- Fred Says (again): fly
- B.B. the King of Beasts sings Troubled by the Letter Y (Version 1)
- Robots: fly, sly, shy, why
- Who's Here? (EKA: Episode 06: The Hopping Hen)
- Rectangular Bugs: when, hen, en, ten (Versions 1 and 2)
- Heath the Thesaurus sings Ten Small Words (Version 1)
- Barnaby Busterfield and the Pigeons: What's that fly doing on Buster's head?
- Unlike the other word morph segments, the rectangular bugs segments features words that end with "en" instead of words that end with the letter Y.
- This is the first episode that focuses on the sometimes vowel Y.
- This is the first episode where the grey cursor hand pulls out only one highlighted letter from a page of a book, instead of three. This would continue in Season 2.
- Also the only episode with Y being the focused vowel in the Vowelles segment, thus making the segment the least aired of the Season 1 Vowelles segments.
- The waiter in the book has a voice based off of Frank Nelson, a regular on The Jack Benny Program.
- In the second Fred Says segment, when Fred runs into the backdrop, which is obviously paper, his left foot goes through it.