"You were talking to your grandfather Mufasa, weren't you?"
"Yep! That's me. Someday I'll be a Royal Mjuzi, knowledge keeper of the Pride Lands, just like him! It's so exciting! Rafiki says if I'm quiet I'll be able to hear the Lions of the Past like he does. But I still haven't heard them! I only heard what you were saying. Can you believe it? I can't believe it."
"No, no, no! I totally, totally get it. It's just that it's so hard not to talk about it!"
"I know the bakora staff can help me hear the Great Lions of the Past, but is there a way to hear the bad lions of the past, too?"'
"The hardest part of listening is finding the quiet to hear."
" Me? You want me to escort the wisest animal in the Pride Lands to meet with the King?"
"I can't wait! Let's go, Fuli! I'm so excited to spend time with you. I'll learn all about you and you'll learn all about me. It's gonna be so great! Don't you think so, Fuli? Fuli?"
"My favorite is definitely bright pink flamingos. Oh, but orange and brown giraffes are pretty, too. What animal do you think's the prettiest, Fuli?"
"Yes, you are so right, Fuli! That's definitely something we should have asked Rafiki before we left. But at least we know where to find her. She should be right here."
"Of course, you are. What you just said sounded really wise. But you already know that, being so wise and all. And that's why the King needs to see you."
"Oh, that must be a good way to see things, too."
"Well, there is a lot to see here in the Backlands. I should come here more often."
"Wow, Fuli, that was amazing! You were amazing! I've never seen anything like that. Have you ever seen anything like that, Kongwe?"
"Rafiki will be so impressed if I can remember every super-wise thing you've ever said, Kongwe. But it's not easy. "A patient creature never misses a thing." I think that's right. Sure sounds smart, don't you think, Fuli?"
"I learned this move from Rafiki. Maybe I should have learned some other moves"