Bumble in the Jungle: In this -esque episode, Timon and Pumbaa try to catch a bumblebee. Pumbaa wants to return the meteorite to outer space, while Timon wants them to ignore it, leading to a falling-out between the two. She cannot decide which animal to study, the meerkat or the warthog. Frantic Atlantic: After being mistaken during their trip in , Timon and Pumbaa meet a dimwitted penguin named Irwin, whose apologies annoy Timon. It aired from September 8, 1995 to September 24, 1999. After a long pursuit, the three accidentally find themselves in the world of books — literally! Living in De Nile: While on their trip to Ancient Egypt, after Timon eats a , Tutun Pharaoh throws Timon and Pumbaa in the for all eternity. Timon and Pumbaa are hired to catch the worm.
Oahu Wahoo: While Timon and Pumbaa are relaxing on an island, a tiki statue named Bahuka comes out of a volcano and gives Timon orders. But is the fox really in danger? Scent of the South: When Timon suddenly finds Pumbaa's natural smell disgusting, the unhappy Pumbaa decides to freshen up his smell with the help of a perfume-knowledgeable skunk. Pumbaa later gets homesick, but Timon wants to stay because he has a crush on the king alien's daughter. Washington Applesauce: A voracious worm eats the apples of Apple Valley, threatening the continued existence of the annual apple festival. Rafiki Fables: Beauty and the Wildebeest: A wildebeest goes to Rafiki for help in impressing a beautiful gazelle he is in love with. He loves to laugh and play around, as well as pulling practical jokes. He is known for being a sly con-artist and always manages to trick Timon and Pumbaa or just Timon into helping him in his schemes and cons.
Mind Over Matterhorn: In order to get to Paris, France, Timon and Pumbaa attempt to get past a billy goat toll guard in numerous ways. Now Museum, Now You Don't: Timon and Pumbaa visit a museum where a security guard is protecting a bug exhibit from. However, it returned to broadcast reruns for a limited time in 2012 on. Rafiki orders Pumbaa to return the meteorite to outer space and orders Timon not to help Pumbaa. Colao Kevin Campbell, Mirith J.
Colao Steve Roberts David Fulp Amber Tornquist September 14, 1996 1996-09-14 Isle of Manhood: A letter from The Meerkitten Society forces Timon to reveal that he still hasn't become a man, so Pumbaa must man Timon up himself. 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. New Guinea Pig: Pumbaa gets tired of his tusks, so Timon decides to sell them to the Three Natives. Pumbaa doesn't wish anything for himself, but Timon has some suggestions. Although Quint repeatedly fakes saving Timon's life, Timon refuses to trust him. Sitting Pretty Awful: Timon and Pumbaa are hired to babysit triplets. Their first client is Smolder the Bear.
A prospector, Cusco Quint, convinces Timon the gold nugget is rightfully Timon's and helps Timon steal it from Pumbaa. Timon makes kids meet his every need or they won't get to talk to Santa. It's up to the two to save the warthogs from the Guinea fowl that guard the entrance to the sounder. Guillaume reprises his role from The Lion King. However, when the time comes, they realize that the venom has no effect on meerkats or warthogs. Eight days later, on September 16, the series also began airing on Saturday mornings on. Zazu's Off Day Off: It's Zazu's day off, but before he can enjoy it, he is informed that Jumbo Jumbo the Elephant is causing problems at the river.
The tigress has a large family and no way of feeding it, so Timon and Pumbaa try to teach her how to hunt. Timon resolves to never again do any good deeds, since this tactic will ensure that he'll live forever. He can be quite menacing and dangerous, but at least one episode shows that deep inside he is a nice guy. It is the first of two television series to be based on the film, the second being. Note: This episode is a parallel to the Brothers Grimm fairy tale, The Fisherman and His Wife.
But how long can they keep up the farce until Congo Quint finds them? Rafiki Fables: Good Mousekeeping: Rafiki comes across a mouse who wishes to be bigger to gain more respect. Going Over-Boar'd: While on a cruise ship, Timon and Pumbaa fight over who should be captain, and accidentally set the ship in motion. Nest Best Thing: Pumbaa builds a house for Little Jimmy, but Little Jimmy is actually a criminal, and his house is actually a. Note: This musical segment was released theatrically as a short film on December 22, 1995, attached to '. The series first aired in and on. In 1998, 39 new episodes were produced due to overseas demand.
When all of Pumbaa's ideas go wrong, Timon suggests becoming tornado watchers, which falls to pieces when a real comes along. Alone: Timon decides to start a new life by becoming a writer and in order to not be disturbed by Pumbaa, he wants to be alone, but he later changes his mind. At night, the bugs create a huge beanstalk that takes Timon and Pumbaa up into the clouds to a giant grasshopper. Later, Pumbaa realizes that he has to believe in himself to catch bugs. Gabon with the Wind: Pumbaa believes that Timon has betrayed him to Cheetata and Cheetato in order to save his own skin. Timon makes sure to take advantage of their mistake. Congo on Like This: After rumors begin to spread, Timon believes that Simba has become a carnivore and intends to eat him and Pumbaa.
Boary Glory Days: To prevent Pumbaa from bothering him in his bug hunt, Timon lies to him saying that his current age is considered to be old age. Zazu reluctantly agrees to fix the problem. Timon dislikes every story he reads, so he makes one up. When nothing works, Rafiki finally tells them to fight. It turns out that their is terrible. Then one of Santa's elves shows up and tells Timon that he's on the naughty list.
Paraguay Parable: A lazy anteater tricks Timon and Pumbaa into competing over who can catch the most bugs. Pumbaa is continuously beaten in the individual competitions, so Timon secretly cheats to make Pumbaa win. He values hard work and is sometimes too harsh on his employees. Colao Cynthia Petrovic Sharon Forward September 29, 1995 1995-09-29 How to Beat the High Costa Rica: After accidentally returning a stolen fortune to escaped convict, Criminal Quint, Timon and Pumbaa resolve to steal the money back themselves instead of going to the police. Doubt of Africa: Timon and Pumbaa meet a wisecracking widowed tigress with a constant cold. While the show focuses primarily on Timon and Pumbaa, it has four episodes centering respectively on Rafiki and the hyena trio Shenzi, Banzai, and Ed, which are under the names Rafiki Fables and The Laughing Hyenas, and two episodes centering on Zazu.