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PUMBAA: Maybe not.
TIMON: You never give up, do you?
SIMBA: You don't even know what I've been through.
NALA: I would if you'd just tell me.
SIMBA: Forget it.
TIMON: Pumbaa, do you know what this means?
PUMBAA: Uh, he can't express his feelings and she has commitment issues?
TIMON: We won. Ya ha ha! We split them up.
PUMBAA: And, uh, that's a good thing? Uh, he seems to be taking it kind of hard.
TIMON: Yeah, I know. Look, I... But it's the best thing for us. I mean for him. Ooh, let's go, Pumbaa. I think this storm's coming to a head. Hakuna matata is safe at last pal, because nothing's going to take our boy away now. He's gone? What do you mean, he's gone?
It's just like the baboon said: The king has returned.
Ohh. You want me to go over it again?
TIMON: Yes, please, but be a dear and just skip to the part about Simba not that your childhood wasn't fascinating.
NALA: OK, look, Simba's the rightful king but after he disappeared Scar proclaimed himself the king and formed an alliance with the hyenas.
PUMBAA: Poor Simba the treachery, the villainy the sheer indescribable horror.
TIMON: Blah, blah, blah. Why is she toying with us? Oh, this crazy chick is going to eat us.
NALA: Simba has to go home to challenge his uncle and reclaim his rightful place as king. Ooh, don't you get it? Simba needs us now!
TIMON: He needs us? Then he shouldn't have left us! If he wants to run off to be "His Highness" well, I say don't let the branches hit you on the way out. Leave hakuna matata to someone who appreciates it.
PUMBAA: But, Timon, it's not really hakuna matata without Simba.
TIMON: What's gotten into you? Not hakuna matata? That's crazy talk crazy talk, I tell you. Nothing's changed here. We had hakuna matata before Simba and we've still got it now.
PUMBAA: We got to go help our friend, Timon.
TIMON: Et tu, Pumbaa?
You're just going to walk away,
give up on all this? What happened to friends stick together to the end? Huh, huh, huh?
PUMBAA: I was about to ask you the same thing.
TIMON: I got everything I ever wanted right here. Now, this is more like it... Elbow room. Uhh. Oh, boy, oh, boy, oh, boy. Hakuna matata what a wonderful phrase, hakuna matata, ain't no passing craze, it means... Uhh. No worries. Hoo hoo hoo!
RAFIKI: Ha ha!
TIMON: You. No, no. Don't say a word. I know what you're going to say.
RAFIKI: Did you find hakuna matata?
TIMON: Well, yes, I did. Thank you very much. And I am happy. Happy, happy, deliriously happy. Ho ha ha! I see. Happy, is it? So, if you're so happy, why do you look so miserable? MiserabIe, you say? Why should I be miserable? Oh, I don't know. Maybe my two best pals in the world deserted me. Heh. They've they've headed off on some heroic mission.
My friends are gone and my hakuna matata went with them.
Would you mind? Ay! Thanks. I'm glad we had this talk.
RAFIKI: My work here is done.
TIMON: Friends stick together to the end.
TIMON: What was with the running? If you can call that running.
PUMBAA: I was giving you time to catch up.
TIMON: Aw, you big lug.
PUMBAA: Hop on, buddy. We got a fight to catch.
TIMON: Let's whip some grass. This is the stuff of legends an epic struggle the place where heroes are born. Pumbaa, this could be our finest hour. Luau!
TIMON SINGING: If you're hungry for a hunk of fat and juicy meat, Eat my buddy Pumbaa here because he... Heh heh.
TIMON: Let's just cut to the chase, shall we?
PUMBAA: Oh, sure.
TIMON: What the...
I love the smell of Pumbaa in the morning.
Hey, hey, hey, move your tush, honey. Ma? Uncle Max?
MOM: Oh, Timmy!
UNCLE MAX: Timon?
TIMON: What are you doing here?
MOM: Looking for you. Aw. Mommy's here.
TIMON: Well, let me introduce you to my best friend. Pumbaa, Ma, Uncle Max. Ma, Uncle Max, Pumbaa.
PUMBAA: Aah! Look, there's Simba, and that must be his uncle Scar.
TIMON: Oh, good, they're talking things out which is how it should be. You know, I have a feeling everything's going to be just fine. Ohh! On the other hand...
PUMBAA: ...the hyenas are up there protecting Scar. What do we do?
TIMON: Well, I've got a plan.
MOM: How can we help?
TIMON: Ma, Uncle Max, you're going to dig a trap. We're going to need dare I say it? Tunnels lots and lots of tunnels. And, Pumbaa, you and me we've got to get those hyenas away from Simba.
PUMBAA: Ooh, ooh! And lure them into the trap?
TIMON: Ho ho! Nothing gets past you. Come on, Pumbaa, let's ride.
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