"Says who? I'm not afraid of the
Well, however you did it, it was un-Bunga-lievable!"
Kion, wait! Before you go asking whoever you think is the bravest, think about this . . . I might not be the biggest honey badger. But I know what's in my heart. And I'm not afraid of anything, or anyone!" "Stand back,
Pride Landers! Bunga of the Lion Guard is here!" "And I'm the best. Just ask me!"
Zuka Zama? What's Zuka Zama?!"
"This time, yours truly has a plan!"
"Kion! Hang on, Kion we're coming!"
"Nope! Gotta be this way. Well, it's one of these ways."
"Oh, yeah, yeah, yeah! I know
this place! I've been here hundreds of times! You know, there's a great shortcut we could have used!" "But
she's a hyena."
"Sure is nice having Kion lead us again. Even if he is walking behind us."
"We rushed all the way across the
Pride Lands for this?" "Does the last time I fell off a waterfall count . . .? In that case, it's been . . . I don't know how long!"
"Why not? I'll try anything once!"
"C'mon, Kion. You could take
"Hakuna matata. I'm sure my minty smell will wear off . . . and the sooner, the better!"
"And you know what makes this a great idea? It was so simple to do. Quick and easy. That's the way to do it."
"You hear that, everybody? I'm the Pride Lands' smartest animal.
Rafiki said so. I'm smart and I give good advice. Say, wait till my uncles hear about this." "So, then, I had an even better idea. I could share my great ideas. I can help everybody in the Pride Lands by telling them what to do."
" Me? Bad advice?"
"Think things through? Uh. Guess I'm not so wise after all. Oh, well. I can live with that."
"It's my pleasure,
Your Majesty. Your wish is my command!" "Yeah! Let's move the
bees! What could go wrong?" "What are you guys running for? Bees taste even better when they're mad!"
"Yeah, totally delicious!"
"I admit it, Your Majesty!"
"Let's get 'em,
Beshte!" "Yeah, yeah, yeah! It totally brings out
your eyes . . . Did I say your eyes? I mean it brings out your one eye. The one you've got left. I mean, I know the other one's still there, but you can't see it. I mean, uh . . ." "Wait a minute. I know. Paint me in action . . . but don't paint me like this."
"Let's do that again!"
"We can go around the long way to get to the
zebras, and then . . . oh." "And I can't wait! It's the biggest party in the Pride Lands!"
"Yeah. We have that effect on no-goods."
Dogo! These are aardvarks' dens! You can't stay here!" "Zuka Zama! Got you, Dogo. You know what? I don't think you're cute anymore."
"You kidding? Usually we just get to look at these things. Mmm. This is the best
Kupatana ever." "
He's got a point. Wonder if he left a mark?" "You gotta help me. I can't have much time left. I think this is the end. Goodbye, everyone. Hello,
Circle of Life." "Right here! Check it out! Open wide! Ha! Look at me! I'm immune!"
"Play in a volcano? That's a great idea!"
"But . . . this means . . . I'm not immune!'
gally-ally-goes, off 'a the kitty." "I'm un-dunga-lievable!"
"So now, at the peak of every rainy season, we celebrate. I always bring the utamu. My uncles love 'em! And I don't want to let them down."
"Yeah! Even I've been in trouble once or twice . . . okay, lots of times."
"Here's to the two best uncles a honey badger could ask for!"
"Zuka Zama! Huh. Not as deep as I thought."
"Yeah, yeah! Where we practice sneaking up on bad guys and surround them . . . I always ace this once."
"Eh, I got tired of that. Running right at ya's more my style."
"I can't believe I beat her!"
"Well, I'm not gonna tell 'em."
"I bet Makuu,
Goigoi, and Janja heard us coming. See? That's just how good we are. We just show up, and all those baddies run off." "Un-Bunga-lievable!
You sounded just like Janja!" "Right, right, right. You're the leader of the Lion Guard. Imitate Kion first, then me."
"Wow. I really sounded heroic. Hey, wait for me!"
"I really do have a great voice."
"Those rocks are gonna fall on the zebras!"
"Don't you get it? These paintings show what's gonna happen, before it actually happens!"
"And don't come back!"
"Then he's still in danger! At least the zebras are safe and we can head back home. There aren't any trees in the lair."
"Cleaning the floor? That doesn't look like fun!"
"You seein' okay, Ono? Look. How many fingers?"
""It is time"? Don't get all Rafiki on me, Muhimu. We're almost ready to go. Just keep your stripes on."
"Yummy? You know it's gonna taste like grass, right?"
"Baby? You're having a baby? Like a baby baby? Like a baby, baby, baby? Why didn't you tell me?"
"I don't know much about babies, but that's a pretty cool kid you've got there."
"I know! We fill the hole with water and then float up to the top! Got any water?"
"Pfft! Nah! We should go down this tunnel! Duh."
"Crazy ideas? Crazy ideas? You're right. I'm full of crazy ideas! And I just had another one. How about you go down your tunnel, and I'll go down mine. Then you won't have to put up with me and my crazy ideas anymore."
"Oh, right! They raised you. Just like they raised me. That kind of makes us... Brothers? Sort of?"
"Just call me Uncle Bunga."
"Oh, yeah? Well, I'm the fastest hider!"
"I think your new
friend's safe, Beshte. The leopard will be going after real animals." "He looked pretty imaginary to us."
"Yup! Looks like we're on the right 'track.' Get it?"
"Hey, Big B? Don't be mad. We're sorry we didn't believe your friend was real."
"Hey! Just because there are a lot of
termites, it doesn't mean there's too many." "Pfft! All this tracking's taking too long. I'm goin' up and over. Zuka Zama!"
"On it. I'll go in alone. Oof!"
"Almost unlimited! Some of those termites are mine!"
"I'm trying to be brave about it. But I gotta admit... I do miss 'em."
"Hey, there, little gally-ally-go"
"Hey, easy there! I can't free your tongue if you keep moving it."
"There we go. Now, anyone else think that watering hole sounded good?"
"You could teach him how to fly! Or not."
"I'm totally gonna use that line."
"Oh, gotta go around! Big mudslide up ahead. It's a mess!"
"'Heads-up.' Good one. You're a
giraffe. Your head couldn't get more up!" "
She said, 'Thanks for sticking your neck out!' Haha! No, wait. That's not right. She said..." "Whoa! You're pretty heavy for a... Whatever you are."
"Can't we just leave him on the ledge?"
"Don't worry, baboonie! The Lion Guard will save you."
"Too bad Fuli doesn't like
baboons." "A-ha! I got it! Use the Roar to get rid of all the water! Then they could just walk off the island."
"And there it goes..."
"Yeah! Bet you're glad to be rid of that pesky little baboonie."
"That's too bad. I'd kinda like to meet
the Zimwi." "Come on! Come on! We can't let this thing get away."
"Yeah. For all we know it could be some other eight-legged, super tall, sharp-toothed thing stalking through the Pride Lands tonight."
"Hey, wait! If you do see the Zimwi, try to keep it where it is till we get there, okay? Then leave the rest to us. Think they'll do it?"
"All right, Zimwi, it's just you and me. Ah!"
"Hyena in the Pride Lands? All right, hyena! You picked the wrong day to come into the Pride Lands! That's right! And I'm gonna..."
"Wait. You're not from Janja's clan. You're the hyena that helped Kion when he was trapped in the Outlands!"
"Oh, right. I'll be the ref! On your marks... Get set... Go! And they're off! It's Fuli in the lead!"
"Oh, Kion! That's right. Kion told me to tell everyone he's going to the Outlands with Jasiri. But he'll be right back."
"That's not why he lost it! It was 'cause he used it for evil! Remember Rafiki's paintings?"
"What? Don't they know when they've been beaten?"
"Oh, they'll definitely notice. It's impossible not to notice. I mean, everyone's gonna notice."
"My uncles say
Scar was the worst lion ever! Good thing you're the one with the Roar now, huh?" "There ya go. Glad I could help! Another problem solved by Bunga the Wise. Now I'm gonna go help Ono!"
"Shh! I'm trying to get the sides even. There. Now let's see what I can do about these tail feathers."
Zazu. Can't understand ya with your beak in that beehive." "Maybe next time try flying under the beehive, not through it!"
gorilla-dillas are my kinda guys!" "Hogging in on his territory! Get it?
Forest hog... Hogging? Ah?!"
"That's a lot of words for silly."
"Relax, Ono! I know Simba pretty well. And you've got nothing to worry about. Let me tell ya what he's like."
"The way you walk? Your smile? Your fabulously groomed mane?"
"Good thinking, Big B! Now the log's not gonna roll over the eggs."
"Nah! Simba knows what he's doing. It'll be fine."
"Don't worry, Your Highness. We'll have you out of there in no time. Careful, Big B. If you let the boulder roll the wrong way it'll squish him."
"Pfft! Big deal. Nuggets fall outta my mouth all the time."
Royal Mud Print ceremony! Un-Bunga-lievable! What's a Royal Mud Print ceremony?" "Aw, what's a little favor among heroes?"
"But it's the tallest tree in the Pride Lands. I can see Pride Rock. I can see Mekundu Cliffs. I can see the tallest tree in the Pride Lands. Uh-oh."
"Fast as you can, little klippies!"
"You and your dad did all that? Maybe Basi should be on the Lion Guard too, Kion."
"So they've got nowhere to eat? That's horrible!"
"Don't worry, Bigger B. I know Big B can handle it."
"Eh, Kion's got this. Hang on to your antlers."
"This way. This way. Step right up. One new Beshte-made hippo lane for all your crossing pleasures! Moms and babies first!"
"And I thought
your pointy end was the dangerous one." "Ono! Shh! He's standing right there!"
"I know! We find him a temporary
tickbird to take him there. A tickbird like me!"
"Hey, Kifaru! We're back in business! Bring on the bugs! Hey! Did Ono eat 'em all?"
"Hey, Ono! Wanna be my tickbird?"