"The Roar of the Elders is a great gift, Kion. It will make you the fiercest animal in the Pride Lands. But..."
"Son, listen. The Lion Guard isn't a game you play with your friends. It's real. The Circle of Life, and your life, will depend on who's on your team. Please, Kion. There are plenty of good lions for the Guard. I need you to take your new responsibility seriously. Just as seriously as Kiara takes hers."
"Yes. Kion is ready. It is time. Time for the Lion Guard."
"Yes. He helped the Pride Lands return to normal after Scar was defeated. Once the elephants returned, all the other animals followed. And the Circle of Life came back into balance. And now Aminifu has completed his part of the Circle of Life."
"It's things like this that almost make me wish I wasn't king."
"And Aminifu was a good friend. He deserves the best. Thanks, Nala. Okay, Zazu. Once more, from the top."
"I knew Aminifu a long time. And now that he has completed his journey though the Circle of Life, I will remember him fondly."
"You made a mistake, Kion. But you made it in the spirit of Kupatana. You gave strangers a chance to fit in. And tonight we saw Kupatana in action. All the animals of the Pride Lands standing together as one."
"Sometimes I think my greatest duty as King is upholding the Pride Lands' traditions. And one day, it will be your duty, Princess."
"Of course I got mad. Do you have any idea how annoying it is to be trapped with you and your crazy ideas?"
"So nice to finally hear myself think. Looks like I was right. This has to be the way out. But if this is the right way out, Bunga's going the wrong way. And annoying or not, he is Kion's best friend. And my subject. I can't let him stay lost down here."
"That's King bro to you."
"It was quite an adventure. Thank you for your patience, Ma Tembo. And I thank all of you, my friends. I know how important music is to elephants. And I'm deeply honored to be included in your tradition. But since I missed your only concert of the season, I'd like to share a song that means a great deal to my family. All my family."
"We all know, Hadithi is a bird who never thinks of himself. Especially when an animal needs help. When a hero like Hadithi returns to the Pride Lands, it is important for us to mark the occasion. And this is why we'd like to honor you at Pride Rock with a Royal Mud Print ceremony."
"Animals of the Pride Lands, we are fortunate to have a great hero among us today. The legendary Hadithi. As you all know, Hadithi is a true hero. A brave bird, who always answers the call. When someone needs help, Hadithi never thinks of himself. He thinks of others, no matter what."
"And once Hadithi presses his talon into the mud, we can all be reminded of his bravery. His strength. And his selflessness. The sacrifice a true hero always makes to help others. And there are few heroes as true as the one we have here. Hadithi!"