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The Fall of Mizimu Grove is the fifty-fourth episode of The Lion Guard and the twenty-eighth episode of Season 2.
When Timon and Pumbaa put on a show to lift everyone’s spirits, they soon find they’ve set the stage for a showdown no one will ever forget![more citation needed]
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At Big Springs, Beshte helps out a baby hippo, when they notice Timon and Pumbaa enter the area, chasing down a bug. They leave quickly, and Makini arrives to show off a plant root. After a bit of talking, they chase down Timon and Pumbaa, asking them to put on a show for them at Mizimu Grove. Overhearing this, Shupavu and Njano return to Scar with the latest news.
At the grove, Rafiki makes an announcement with Makini and Simba by his side, before Timon and Pumbaa start singing to the gathering of animals. The animals move to the beat, but it isn't long before the Army of Scar arrive, breaking up the party. Using the skills they have learned, the animals fend off the army, when a baobab tree breaks down and reveals Scar himself.
Scar warns the animals of his plan and disappears. Simba wipes away the Mark of Evil left behind, but this is not enough to prevent the animals from scarpering in all directions. The Lion Guard work together to stop them, but Makini cries over the loss of Mizimu Grove. Simba speaks with the animals over the incident.
That night, Kion contacts Mufasa, asking for help. After learning something about the land, he returns to Pride Rock, where Simba makes a tough announcement. Before he goes through with it, Kion arrives with his newfound knowledge.
They return to Mizimu Grove, and Makini plants her baobab tree, restoring their spirit.