Timon and Pumbaa start to watch the original Lion King movie, but Timon keeps insisting to fast forward to when they come in, because they weren't seen in the beginning of the story or anywhere until halfway through. Pumbaa suggests telling the audience their story, which begins before Simba's journey begins. Through this, we meet Timon's mother and Uncle Max, discover why he left his meerkat colony, where he learned Hakuna Matata, how he meets Pumbaa, and the perils they encountered while searching for their dream home.
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There is a part in which Pumbaa and Timon argue about whether to help Simba or not, and Timon refuses to go with Pumbaa but eventually changes his mind. This part is loosely based in the added part of "Disney's The Lion King" children's novel, written by Gina Ingoglia. See more
Though Timon and Pumbaa left the Jungle to go back to the Pride Lands separately, they somehow arrive at the same time. A Similar Goof as to what happened with that in the first film (see The Lion King
Goofs). See more
That's right, Mister! Because the world out there is fraught, FRAUGHT I tell you!
Oh, boy. It's the fraught fest.
They're gonna rip us limb from limb!
Bravo, Uncle Max! Way'ta sell it to the cheap seats!
The first few credits "fall apart." See more
The French track on the DVD plays a cover of Kool and the Gang's "Jungle Boogie" in place of the original. Unless otherwise noted, all other songs featured in the movie are sung in French. See more
Hawaiian War Chant
Written by Johnny Noble
and Prince Leleiohoku
Performed by Nathan Lane See more