His Majesty the King will say a few words about my father."
It's true. He always did have poop on him. And it always made us laugh. He always made us laugh. It's nice to remember the good times. Thank you, Your Highness."
He did. He truly had good on him. But more poop."
Kupatana, Beshte!" "Thank you, thank you. We're so glad to have all of you here to take part in our tradition. We're especially honored to have members of the royal family in attendance."
"Animals plan, and the savannah laughs."
Kion. And, uh. . .?
"We would be honored to hear
your song, Your Majesty." "I'm on my way to
Kion. Don't mean to be rude, but there's no time to talk." "I was so worried I'd miss it!"
"Just this morning that tree had plenty of flowers and leaves!"
It means there's a food thief in the
"Thank you, Kion. Come, everyone. Let's find another place to eat."
"Don't let them frighten you! Keep the young ones in the center of the
herd!" "But this is my first time leading the search. Hearing the underground water is a bit more difficult than I expected. And attacks from
hyenas don't help." "Yes. It's my responsibility. My role in the
Circle of Life. And as soon as I hear the new water source, everything will be fine..." "I don't know if there is. I believe we're in the general area of the new water source. But I haven't found the well site yet."
"Finally! The new water source for the
dry season has been found!" "That's true, Kion. But
Chama was a disruption to the herd." "Only because it's you who are asking it."
"Chama, you are welcome to return if you promise to behave as part of the herd. But this is your last chance."
"When I was little, we had the
Ukumbusho every year. So many wonderful memories. And now that we have a new Lion Guard to play the original Lion Guard, the tradition can continue. Are you all ready for your parts?" "Very well. Whatever it takes to get us closer to tradition. Just be sure you have time to paint the sunbursts on the
elephants, Makini. The performance won't look right without them. This is King Simba's first Ukumbusho, so it has to be perfect." "Oh, thank the Savannah."
"I'm so sorry we panicked, but...
Bees! They can fly up our trunks and sting us. It's very, very painful."
"It's difficult for elephants to break with tradition."
Dandy Claws? I don't like the sound of that." "What was it you said we'd be doing?"
"Hmm. I do love to perform."
"We elephants would be delighted to be in your Christmas performance."
"If we haven't learned it by now, I don't know if we ever will."