"Hey, everybody! Who wants a water slide?"
"What's the kerbubble, Kion?"
"Well, lick my tail and call me a meerkat!"
"I don't get it. They've already scored a couple gazelles. That should be plenty for all of them."
"What about what Simba said?"
"That's right. Easy there. You're all okay now."
"Easy, Fuli. We just need to ask somebody for directions."
"Oh yeah! Guess I better be going. See you later, Mbeya."
"Too bad Kion's not here to lead us."
"Well, any friend of Kion is a friend of ours."
"Lil' B, I think the hyrax's trying to avoid bein' shredded by thorns."
"Oh. I just might need a bath."
"The fish in Big Springs love eatin' the muck and dirt off us hippos! They even go for the food stuck in my teeth! Check it!"
"No points in mashindano, Bunga. My dad says they have to keep going till one of 'em surrenders."
"Makuu's got no respect for anybody."
"Maybe you can use the Roar on the grove of trees near the Spring. Far as I know, nobody lives there. And I know just about everybody!"
"Sure. But whatever you're gonna do, do it fast."
"They like it here. It's cozy."
"Okay, I'll just be out here."
"Why's that, Fuli? He did figure out how to keep the lake from flooding."
"Zebras, stay close to each other and follow Kion. Twende kiboko!"
"I'm sure she'll be a nice queen."
"Hard to believe something so small could bother something so big."
"I don't think they liked us."
"Easy there, Ono."
"Well, I think it's Poa. And if I ever get dirt in my eye, I want one just like it."
"Oh, right. I almost forgot the most important part. She saw Janja and his hyenas on the ledge overlooking the plains."
"I think I can move this rock. Maybe it'll make an opening big enough for us to squeeze through."
"Thanks, Your Majesty. He's been practicing. It's not every day you get to be a part of the Kupatana celebration."
"You think Janja celebrates Kupatana, too?"
"Tonight, all of these baobab trees will bloom for the very first time."
"Easy there! I'm sure they didn't mean any harm."
"Enough with the nipping!"
"Hey Ushari, why did you do that?"
"If it is true, we haven't been very good friends to Fuli."
"So, I thought you might wanna join me for a swim."
"Maybe we shouldn't have tried to stop her from being alone."
"That's a beautiful thing to say, Fuli."
"I don't think that's my stomach."
"Poa! You're right, Bunga! That means... Uh... What does that mean?"
"Follow the dung? Like follow the poop?"
"Would you look at that. Hey, little guys."
"Aw, Little B. That was beautiful!"
"Hi, little guy. Uh... Did you want to ask me something?"
"Kion is a great leader. And Fuli's just so fast! Bunga's not afraid of anything. And Ono..."
"It was your first time training with the Lion Guard, Mtoto. You'll get better if you keep practicing."
"The current's slower through here. I should be able to make better time. Almost home, Mtoto!"
"Mtoto, ready for stealth mode?"
"Did we see any crocodile tracks?"
"Good thing that drongo actually saw where the hyenas went."
"But you did it to steal their food!"
"You said it. we were so busy searching for phony crocs, jackals and hyenas, we almost missed the real hyenas' attacks."
"But why would Tamaa fool the impalas into going to the Outlands?"
"Twende kiboko! Okay, Little B! Pull away!"
"They predict the future? Poa. Hey, doesn't this one look like-"
"Looked to me like you pushed him, and Janja saved him. Besides, what if that wasn't the right tree?"
"Don't worry, Little B. Maybe there aren't any trees between here and Maji Baridi Falls."
"But what if it's true? How would you feel if Kion got hurt?"
"Hey, wait. I know these herds! Those zebras follow Muhimu. And the gazelles follow Swala. But Muhimu and Swala are friends!"
"'Scuse me, guys. I think I can handle this. Twende kiboko!"
"Wait. So you zebras and gazelles aren't really mad at each other. You're just hungry!"
"A baby zebra? It's gonna be so cute!"
"Then we're gonna have to stay here till she's had it."
"Easy, Little B. I got just the trick . . . there we go!"
"How deep is it? Can I see? Whoa!"
"I didn't hurt anybody, did I?"
"Yeah . . . hippos aren't exactly experts when it comes to tunnels."
"Like my dad always says, 'Live long enough, and you'll see everything.'"
"You got me. Pretty good hiding place, though, right?"
"I've never met anyone that looks like you. And I've met pretty much everyone in the Pride Lands."
"Well, you've got nothing to hide from here. We don't have any leopards in the Pride Lands."
"But guys. He really is real. Why don't you believe me?"
"That's okay. He does look different from anyone I've ever seen. I might not have believed me, either."
"But we've always had termites in the Pride Lands. Why are there too many now?"
"Those poor aardwolves must be gettin' awful hungry."
"But we're the Lion Guard. We can't be the bad guys."
"Sorry, Little B. Nothin' personal."
"Miss the termites?"
"We'll even walk you there."
"I don't think you'd like that."
"But why didn't you just tell us a mean leopard kicked you out of your territory?"
"And I can help you get stronger."
"No, don't let him call you names."
"Poa! Nothing better than the feel of squishy mud under your feet."
"Twende kiboko! Phew! There we go. Last one."
"Good question, Little B. I never did see anyone chasing them."
"I'd never start a stampede."
"I love a happy ending."
"Aw, that's so cute! I think the little guy likes you."
"Ready when you are."
"Poa! That sure looks like fun."
"I need to practice. Tomorrow I'll be bellowing for the Bellow Fellows."
"It's poa! If they like me, I'll get to bellow all the time with them! It's gonna be so much fun! But, uh, I'm kinda nervous to bellow in front of 'em."
"I don't know, Bunga. I've never seen anything like that. But there's probably lots of things I've never seen."
"I can't believe we got so scared."
"You're right, Kion. Thanks! Now I'm ready for that audition! Here I go."
"You're back just in time. Ono and Fuli are about to race!"
"I don't think so."
"Why was Jasiri here?"
"We've heard about her."
"Guess they're not giving up today."
"You're not hurt, are you?"
"Nah! Just looks smooth, like a hippo's backside."
"Poa! It's a whole new look, Ono."
"Look at that, Ono. You started a trend!"
"I've never seen anyone like them. And I know every animal in the Pride Lands."
"No, they're princes!"
"Maybe we can ask this little green guy."
"I don't even know what forest hogs sound like."
"Nothing too bad, I hope."
"Poa! The King and us!"
"Usually, Kion just has me run through the mud."
"At least he's not mad at us for almost losing that egg."
"Should we remind him how easily gazelles spook when they're surprised?"
"That's why we're a great team."
"Look at that! I've never seen so many birds in one place."
"He sounds Poa, Ono."
"Almost there, Little B."
"That was very nice of you, Mtoto."
"Back off, Makuu. The flood plains are a safe zone after a rainstorm."
"My first time making the hippo lanes. What a big day!"
"Oh, no, Ono! I must've gotten distracted by all the rides I was giving. Those lanes aren't straight and true at all! I let everybody down."
"So, now the herd is waiting on the other side. I let everyone down. Especially you."
"Makuu? We went to a lot of trouble to make these lanes nice and safe for everyone. So why don't you use them and get outta here!"
"Hey! That's Kifaru! But he's a nice rhino. Why's he smashin' into things?"
"Don't worry. Everything's gonna be okay. The Lion Guard's here now."
"Poor guy seems awfully sad he won't get to go."
"Oh, no! I'm a lonely little rhino covered with ticks! If only I had a tickbird to help me out!"
"Just come with us and talk to him. Real friends work things out."
"You just need to relax, Muhimu. Take some time for yourself."
"Fuli, you know Bunga is the bravest."
"At least now we know, I'm not good at climbing."
"Poa, I'm sure they're having fun."
"Don't worry. We'll get you out of there."
"Poa. So far everyone seems to be getting along!"
"Why don't you both take a deep breath before you say something, or eat something you'll regret?"
"I don't think it was that, Little B. They seemed real nervous."
"Good thing Mtoto can hear if anything bad's happening."
"Who's going to do what right after sunset?"
"At least you got to be a part of the act, Ono."
"Anybody know how he made those other two baboons disappear?"
"Like my dad always says, "It's not fair to take more than your share!""
"Well, it was pretty funny when they juggled you like a sausage fruit."
"And for that they deserve to get eaten?"
"Aww, It's a stampede of cuteness."
"It's okay, Ono! You can let him go. I'll catch him!"
"Uh, Ono? You think the egg will be okay up there by itself?"
"We just came to get you and walk you back to your egg!"
"You kidding? Ono's the best."