Rafiki Fables: The Sky is Calling: A meteorite lands in-between Timon and Pumbaa. Big Jungle Game: Pumbaa joins an olympic jungle game to live out his dream. Although hard to tell apart, aside from their voices, Cheetata appears to be more eager and aggressive while Cheetato seems more likely to think things through and is the most conniving. Timon thinks this is because there is something wrong with the warthog's senses and so he purchases expensive aids for his friend. It's Bugs and Daffy for the Lion King fan. Sabella reprises his role from The Lion King.
Living in De Nile: While on their trip to Ancient Egypt, after Timon eats a scarab beetle, Tutun Pharaoh throws Timon and Pumbaa in the pyramid for all eternity. Guillaume reprises his role from The Lion King. The Truth About Kats and Hogs: An Animal Behavioral Scientist, Jean Farrel, is watching Pumbaa whom she calls Melvin , although he doesn't like it very much. Truth Be Told: Timon and Pumbaa is going to tell everyone their secret of their long and everlasting friendship, but then Rafiki sends out a Bee to stick them which makes them unable to lie. Based on the 1994 animated film , it centers on Timon the meerkat and Pumbaa the warthog, as they live their problem-free philosophy Hakuna Matata. The series centers around the meerkat and his warthog friend from the animated film. The warthog later realizes how useful his tusks are, as he uses them to free Timon and create an ice replica of himself.
The two try to stop the woodpecker from eating the tree. When Pumbaa is put up for bid against a man from a meat producing business who wins, Timon must rescue Pumbaa from being made into someone's lunch. Later, Pumbaa realizes that he has to believe in himself to catch bugs. Timon and Pumbaa were also main characters in , a former attraction in 's , which retold the story of the film using fully articulated puppets. Jailhouse Shock: Timon and Pumbaa end up in jail for eating June Bugs in July. The tigress has a large family and no way of feeding it, so Timon and Pumbaa try to teach her how to hunt. Just When You Thought You'd Cuisine it All: Timon and Pumbaa try to learn to cook.
However, Pumbaa feels a little left out. After they realize Simba has gone back to take his rightful place as king, it is revealed that Pumbaa had set off to help Simba before Timon, who was indifferent and reluctant. The Law of the Jungle: Timon breaks the law by using a certain stick to scratch his back. Doubt of Africa: Timon and Pumbaa meet a wisecracking widowed tigress with a constant cold. Timon resolves to never again do any good deeds, since that tactic will ensure he'll live forever. The game features a batch of 5 mini-games.
It is also the first The Lion King related media to feature humans, as humans did not appear in the film. Pumbaa eats the bugs in front of the assistant, burps in the Empress' face, ruins Etiquettica's Constitution by using it as a tissue to blow his nose, then ruins a painting of Etiquettica's first Emperor, and ruins a fancy dinner. It also has four respective episodes centering on and the hyena trio , which are under the names Rafiki Fables and The Laughing Hyenas, and two episodes centering on. When the pirates mess up on the directions to Nashville, Timon and Pumbaa go there themselves. Scent of the South: Pumbaa turns to a skunk's expert help when he thinks he can't be bestest best friends with Timon anymore because of his smell. Along the way, he first encountered Pumbaa, and the two became friends. He is destined for Heck, but gets a second chance.
He is a man of many disguises and his role varies from episode to episode, from mildly bothersome antagonist to full villain. Don't Wake the Neighbear: Timon and Pumbaa are throwing a party at Pumbaa's aunt's house, but are threatened by Smolder, who is trying to sleep. You Ghana Join the Club: After being thrown out of their favourite relaxing spot by a pesky group of ground squirrels, the Teds, Timon and Pumbaa are forced to perform a series of tasks involving a vicious lion in order to get back inside. Pumbaa is continuously beaten in the individual competitions, so Timon secretly cheats to make Pumbaa win. Paraguay Parable: A lazy anteater tricks Timon and Pumbaa into competing over who can catch the most bugs. As a result, Pumbaa starts to get tired of them and considers trading them to the three natives.
The film also shows more of Simba's life with Timon and Pumbaa before Nala came along, stating that Simba had beaten Timon in every bug-eating contest they had done with one another. This game has a rating of 87 out of 100 based on 36 user ratings. Timon tells Pumbaa that if he gets married, he will no longer do what he normally does with Timon. But Pumbaa soon discovers that the current champion, El Toro, is unwilling to give up his title without a fight, leaving Timon unaware that he's not fighting Pumbaa until its too late. Eventually, the enraged lion sees through the Teds' game and declares all out war against them.
Timon is still the one to come up with the wittiest and craziest ideas to get them out of or into trouble. The episode ends with Timon impersonating Toucan Dan, the Vulture Police capturing Timon, Toucan Dan impersonating Timon. The bug leads him right to a hungry lioness prowling around, who then tries to hunt down Pumbaa. Pumbaa thinks Timon is crazy when he follows the orders. Pumbaa also appears on certain floats in certain parades or shows. She's so crazy that some male Naturalists think she's a Wild Woman of the Jungle and take her away.
Only a sloth and a smart owl show up to their disbelief. He later realizes how lonely he is without Pumbaa and decides to find his friend and quit his new lifestyle as a writer. After Simba's coronation, they fear that Simba will forget them and let the other lions eat them, though Sora assures them that Simba will never forget them. Many years later, while out on a musical walk with Timon, Pumbaa is distracted by a bug, which he follows into the jungle. Pumbaa wanted to keep Bunga, but Timon didn't want to raise anymore kids since he and Pumbaa have already done so with Simba, but the two friends see that the honey badger wants to be with them as well. Like the Stooges, these characters sometimes hit one another, usually in response to some perceived stupidity.