"Hello, Lion Guard. I couldn't help but overhear. You need directions?"
"Flat Ridge Rock? Oh! Is that near Ukuni Woods? Or Big Springs?"
"I see. Well, that's too bad. I'm not sure where it is. Now, where was I going?"
"Oh yes, of course! Thank you!"
"Oh, my! Whose idea was this?"
"Hey, it worked. What a good idea."
"Rafiki says he's the wisest . . ."
"Mmm, Bunga the Wise, suppose I see a pile of rocks with a leak in it. Where do I find a stick?"
"We're eating here."
"Hyenas? You guys chased them out of the Pride Lands yesterday!"
"What is the point of living in the Pride Lands, if we have to run from hyenas all the time? I mean, really!"
"Maybe not for them. But zebras are the most delicious animals in the Pride Lands and the hyenas know it!"
"It's true. Deal with it."
"Oh, not again! Don't listen to these little troublemakers!"
"Oh, now, really! Who's going to protect me?"
"You don't have to tell me twice! Panic and run, panic and run!"
"Panic and run! Head to the Outlands. It's the only safe place to be!"
"Yes, you did. I heard you say it to the impalas. And everyone knows zebras have the best hearing in the Pride Lands."
"I am going, I just . . . don't know where the Outlands are."
"So? Hearing is believing."
"Well, we were at our grazing grounds, when all of a sudden there was a big boom!"
"So we did what we always do when something scares us - we panicked and ran!"
"How are we supposed to follow him? We can't fly..."
"Not to get personal, stranger, but are you a zebra?"
"I knew it! You're not a zebra!"
"No... let me guess. Are you a fancy antelope? A short giraffe?"
"Hm. So it is. Well, in that case, my advice is: panic and run, panic and run! Panic and run!"
"I know I'm delicious, but don't eat me! Please!"
"Well! I've never been so insulted in all my life! Tastier than me, I mean, really!"
"Calm down and trot. Calm down and trot."
"The Zimwi? Why should I panic about the Zimwi?"
"Why would I be? Everyone knows it's just a story. Right?"
"Yes. To think that I'd panic and run over a creature that doesn't even exist. How silly!"
"Hmm. What was I? Ooh! I remember! It was genets! There were three of them! Running wild! So small and furry, with long tails! Panic and run!"
"Now, see here, I was drinking that."
"Oh, dear! Panic and run, panic and run!"
"Me, too! I was in a panic, let me tell you!"
"Oh! It's funny because it's true!"
"Excuse me! I believe I was about to say something very important!"
"There was scads and scads of grass! Everywhere! And now it's all gone!"
"I beg your pardon!"
"Panic and run! Panic and run!"
"Well it better be! I'm parched!"
"Yes! I need a drink!"
"Well everyone. I'm afraid we have no other choice. Panic and..."
"I simply don't understand. There used to be a river here. But now everything is so dry."
"Oh yes. Capital idea."
"I don't understand. You said it was the dry season."
"Hmm. You're right. Zebras, remember that for next time. Panicking was enough."
"Panic and run! panic and run!"
"Well, I saw the grass..."
"Why, yes. Then I saw a big flash of bright light!"
"You heard the bird. After him."
" A Lion Guard escort? Well, I suppose it's only fitting."
"And in my fifth dry season, I fought off a leopard. That's how I earned the stripes on my backside. See?"
"Wait for me. I've never seen a vent blow. What's a vent?"
"You've come to the right place. Zebras have the best sense of direction in the Pride Lands."
"I'm a member of the Lion Guard. Wait till I tell my herd. Everyone, I'm a member of the Lion Guard!"
"It's like I'm talking to myself!"
"I do sound silly!"
"We certainly do!"
"I just said 'ta-ta' to me!"