"Don't worry, ladies. Me and Pumbaa have everything under control."
"Zuri! You hit the jackpot!"
"It's worse than that, Pumbaa. It sounds like work."
"Work? Danger? Definitely not. Have you forgotten our problem-free philosophy? It means no worries . . ."
"Congratulations, Bunga! We always knew you had it in you!"
"Yeah! And in Bunga's case, he's a stinky little honey badger!"
"Dinner is served!"
"Whoa, whoa, whoa. Not so fast, kids."
"All right, all right. Everybody back in line. No more freebies."
"Come on, kid, er, I mean, Your Sage-iness.
"You're too kind."
"You said it, Pumbaa. He's even given the Lion Guard advice. Anybody remember a little thing called the dam?"
"Bunga! The bird said a snake bit you on the bottom."
"But he's not! He's fine. So let's celebrate!"
"You're right, Pumbaa. It is. Friends don't let friend eat alone!"
"Not this girl cheetah! Not today! You're eating with us, and I'm not taking no for an answer."
"Good, good. Oh, wow. You are so soft. Do you know how soft you are?"
"Come on, Pumbaa. The Utamu grubs only come out once a year. And this year, we're gonna get 'em."
"Keep him? No. No more kids. We already raised a lion, remember? Besides, he's a honey badger. He can fend for himself! So long, kid. Thanks for the grub!"
"Can we? The little Bunga got us the most delicious grubs in the Pride Lands! How can we not? C'mon, Bunga! From now on, you're with us!"
"Eh, Bunga. Utamu grubs are great. But that's not why we celebrate."
"Besides, this year . . . We got the Utamu!"
"Why? Why? Oh, cruel savanna, to take both of our babies in the same day!"
"See? Barely inside and we're already lost!"
"Sorry I lost it back there, Kion."
"And just let them into your heart, you know, just enough, and . . . and then . . ."
"And to think . . . you were worried that we'd never find them."
"Now that I have your attention, let an expert tell you all about the Zimwi."
"Ha! You better believe it! More or less."
"Well, not exactly me. See, my Ma's cousin's friend knows an ox who told him he ran into the Zimwi! And it ate him!"
"Uh, you'd have to ask the ox. The point is, nothing can stop the Zimwi!"
"Nothing you can do, kid."