YMMV / Between the Lions

  • Accidental Innuendo: "What's Cooking with Theo and Cleo" features a lot of rhyming titles like "Slammed and Rammed Ham", "Squished Fish in a Dish", "Beef in a Sheet", and "Tackled and Paddled Hamburger". Considering the two openly flirt on the show and sometimes seem to be close to killing the Y-rating, it could be intentional.
  • Awesome Music:
    • Pygmalion's Song in the episode Hug, Hug, Hug!note , if you're into power ballad love songs.
    • Click's song from Little Big Mouse. It WILL make you feel for a computer mouse.
  • Big Lipped Alligator Moment: The "We Choose to Cha-Cha-Cha" song Theo and Cleo sing in the episode "The Chap with Caps." They are simply enjoying their job as librarians, and then randomly break out into the song for no reason, and once finished, they resume what they were doing as if nothing happened.
  • Ear Worm - The theme song. C'mon, you can't tell me that theme song hasn't gotten stuck in your head at least once!
  • Ensemble Darkhorse: Click
  • Heartwarming Moments: Some of the lyrics to Sometimes Y were pretty sweet.
    Oh, and Sometimes Y
    Y, don't you cry
    You're not a fulltime vowel,
    but don't throw in the towel,
    My little sometimes Y.
  • Nightmare Fuel: Cleo getting captured by hunters in Little Big Mouse.
    • The "freebee" virus in The Good Seed for all the random chaos that happens because of it.
  • Tear Jerker: The entirety of "A King and His Hawk", both in-universe and out-of-universe. About half of the episode consists of crying.
  • Uncanny Valley: Arty Smartypants. That one messed-up eye and that the other one is cold, dead, unblinking and fixed on the viewer is already a bit unnerving, but his overall strange anatomy and his human hands can make his appearance downright harrowing to some viewers.
    • Heath the Thesaurus might also count. It's not so bad when we just see his head and neck, but when they show his whole body, he's downright creepy.