The Lion King | 3Quotes TIMON: Jeez, it's a lion! Run, Pumbaa, move it!
PUMBAA: Hey, Timon, it's just a little lion. Look at him. He's so cute and all alone. Can we keep him?
TIMON: Pumbaa, are you nuts? You're talking about a lion. Lions eat guys like us.
PUMBAA: But he's so little.
TIMON: He's going to get bigger.
PUMBAA: Maybe he'll be on our side.
TIMON: That's the stupidest thing I ever heard. Maybe he'll... Hey, I've got it. What if he's on our side?
TIMON: You know, having a lion around might not be such a bad idea.
PUMBAA: So we're keeping him?
TIMON: Of course. Who's the brains of this outfit? My point exactly. Jeez, I'm fried. Let's get out of here and find some shade.
TIMON: You okay, kid?
SIMBA: I guess so. PUMBAA: You nearly died.
TIMON: I saved you. Well,
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Pumbaa helped. A little.
SIMBA: Thanks for your help.
TIMON: Hey, where you going?
TIMON: Gee, he looks blue.
PUMBAA: I'd say brownish gold.
TIMON: No, no, no. I mean he's depressed.
PUMBAA: Kid, what's eating you?
He's at the top of the food chain.
The food chain! So, where you from?
SIMBA: Who cares? I can't go back.
TIMON: You're an outcast. That's great. So are we.
PUMBAA: What'd you do, kid?
SIMBA: Something terrible. But I don't want to talk about it.
TIMON: We don't want to hear about it.
PUMBAA: Come on, Timon. Anything we can do?
SIMBA: Not unless you can change the past.
PUMBAA: You know, kid, in times like this, my buddy Timon here says "You got to put your behind in your past"
TIMON: No, no, no.
PUMBAA: I mean...
TIMON: Amateur. Lie down before you hurt yourself. It's "You got to put your past behind you". Look, kid, bad things happen, and you can't do anything about it, right?
TIMON: Wrong! When the world turns its back on you, you turn your back on the world.
SIMBA: Well, that's not what I was taught.
TIMON: Then maybe you need a new lesson. Repeat after me.
PUMBAA: Hakuna matata. It means no worries.
TIMON: Hakuna matata. What a wonderful phrase. Hakuna matata.
SIMBA: Hakuna matata?
PUMBAA: Yeah. It's our motto.
SIMBA: What's a motto?
TIMON: Nothin'. What's-a-motto with you?
PUMBAA: You know, kid, these two words will solve all your problems.
TIMON: That's right. Take Pumbaa, for example.
TIMON: Why... Very nice.
TIMON: Hey, not in front of the kids.
PUMBAA: Oh, sorry.
TIMON: Yeah, sing it, kid.
TIMON: Welcome to our humble home.
SIMBA: You live here?
TIMON: We live wherever we want.
PUMBAA: Yep. Home is where your rump rests.
SIMBA: It's beautiful.
PUMBAA: I'm starved.
SIMBA: I'm so hungry I could eat a whole zebra.
TIMON: We're fresh out of zebra.
SIMBA: Any antelope? Hippo?
Listen, kid, if you live with us, you have to eat like us.
Hey, this looks like a good spot to rustle up some grub.
SIMBA: Eugh, what's that?
TIMON: A grub. What's it look like?
SIMBA: Eugh! Gross.
TIMON: Tastes like chicken.
PUMBAA: Slimy yet satisfying.
TIMON: These are rare delicacies. Piquant, with a very pleasant crunch.
PUMBAA: You'll learn to love them.
TIMON: I'm telling you, kid, this is the great life, no rules, no responsibilities. The little cream-filled kind. And best of all, no worries.
TIMON: Well, kid?
SIMBA: Oh, well. Hakuna matata. Slimy, yet satisfying.
TIMON: That's it.
ZAZU singing: Nobody knows
, The trouble I've seen, Nobody knows
, My sorrow...
SCAR: Oh, Zazu, do lighten up. Sing something with a little bounce in it.
ZAZU singing: It's a small world after all...
SCAR: No! No. Anything but that!
ZAZU singing: I've got a lovely bunch of coconuts, diddely-dee-dee, There they are a-standing in a row...
ZAZU AND SCAR: Big ones, small ones, some as big as your head...
ZAZU: I would never have had to do this with Mufasa.
SCAR: What? What did you say?
SCAR: You know the law. Never, ever mention that name in my presence. I am the king
TIMON: Well, nice one, Simba. SIMBA: Thanks. Man, I'm stuffed. PUMBAA: Me, too. I ate like a pig. SIMBA: Pumbaa, you are a pig. PUMBAA: Oh. Right. PUMBAA: Timon? TIMON: Yeah? PUMBAA: Ever wonder what those sparkling dots are up there? TIMON: Pumbaa, I don't wonder, I know. PUMBAA: Oh? What are they? TIMON: They're fireflies. Fireflies that got stuck up in that big bluish-black thing. PUMBAA: Oh, gee. I always thought they were balls of gas burning billions of miles away. TIMON: Pumbaa, with you, everything's gas. PUMBAA: Simba, what do you think? SIMBA: Well, I don't know. TIMON: Oh, come on. Give, give, give, give. Come on. We told you ours. Please? SIMBA: Well... Somebody once told me that the great kings of the past are up there watching over us. PUMBAA: Really? TIMON: You mean a bunch of royal dead guys are watching us? Pfff! Who told you something like that? SIMBA: Yeah, yeah. TIMON: What mook made that up? SIMBA: Yeah. Pretty dumb? TIMON: Aw, you're killing me. SIMBA: Yeah. TIMON: Was it something I said? RAFIKI: Simba? He's alive? He's alive! It is time. PUMBAA singing: Ohi'mbube , Ohi'mbube ... TIMON singing: In the jungle, The mighty jungle , The lion sleeps tonight. In the jungle, The mighty jungle, The lion sleeps... TIMON: I can't hear you, buddy. Back me up. A-weeee ba-Pum-ba-bum-ba-way ... Pumbaa? Pumbaa? PUMBAA: Timon? TIMON: Pumbaa? Hey, what's going on? PUMBAA: She's going to eat me! TIMON: Jeez, why do I always have to save your assss... TIMON: Don't worry, buddy. I'm here for you. Everything's going to be okay. Get her! Bite her head! Go for the jugular! The jugular! See, I told you he'd come in handy. SIMBA: Nala? Is it really you? NALA: Who are you? SIMBA: It's me Simba SIMBA: Timon and Pumbaa, you learn to love 'em. What? What is it? NALA: It's like you're back from the dead. You don't know how much this will mean to everyone. What it means to me. SIMBA: Hey, it's okay. NALA: I've really missed you. SIMBA: I've missed you, too. TIMON: I tell you, Pumbaa. This stinks. PUMBAA: Oh, sorry. TIMON: Not you! Them! Him, her, alone. PUMBAA: What's wrong with that? TIMON: I can see what's happening Pumbaa: What?
TIMON: Can you feel the love tonight?
SIMBA: Isn't this a great place?
NALA: It is beautiful. But I don't understand something. You've been alive all this time. Why didn't you come back to Pride Rock?
SIMBA: Well, I just needed to get out on my own, live my own life. And I did, and it's great.
NALA: We've really needed you at home.
SIMBA: No one needs me.
NALA: Yes, we do. You're the king.
SIMBA: Nala, we've been through this.
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