Between the Lions

How to Be a Good Dog & Not Afraid of Dogs

Season 7, Ep 4, Aired 10/8/07
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  • Episode Description
  • "How to Be a Good Dog" Theo reads the story How to Be a Good Dog, written and illustrated by Gail Page, to Lionel. In the story, a dog named Bobo gets tips from Cat on how to be on his best behavior for his owner, Mrs. Birdhead. Lionel is inspired by the story to try to train his sister, Leona, but with less than stellar results. Various segments teach the "oo" sound. "Not Afraid of Dogs" Cleo reads Leona the story Not Afraid of Dogs, written by Susanna Pitzer and illustrated by Larry Day. In the story, a boy named Daniel insists he's not frightened of dogs, but steers clear when a dog is brought into his home. The story helps Leona to learn about getting over fears, and after all -- what could be so scary at a library? Segments teach synonyms for the word "afraid."moreless

  • Cast & Crew
  • Terry Bradshaw

    Himself

  • Brigid Sullivan

  • Stanley Graham

  • Chris Cerf

  • Norman Stiles

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  • Trivia & Quotes
  • Quotes (2)

    • Lionel: Boy, I sure wish there was a book that could teach a lion cub how to train his little sister.

    • Theo: How to Be a Good Dog, written and illustrated by Gail Page. All right, I like an author with the last name "Page." Lionel: It's got to be good. Theo: It's somehow appropriate, right?

    Trivia (2)

    • The Adventures of Cliff Hanger: Cliff Hanger dresses up as a lap dog in Adventure 212: Cliff Hanger, the Lap Dog and the Riddle. When he overhears a father looking for a lap dog for his daughter, he dons the costume. However, her riddle sends him flying high.

    • Blending Bowl: A new feature, similar to Gawain's Word. In this segment, featuring play-by-play by Terry Bradshaw, "C" and "ook" blend to make "Cook." The theme from Monday Night Football is played.

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