History WesternAnimation / TimonAndPumbaa

21st Nov '16 7:42:55 AM CJCroen1393
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* ArtisticLicenseBiology: "Nearly Departed" says that the Red Skeetle Orpion is the most dangerous insect and related to the scorpion, even though scorpions aren't insects but arachnids.

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* ArtisticLicenseBiology: ArtisticLicenseBiology:
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"Nearly Departed" says that the Red Skeetle Orpion is the most dangerous insect and related to the scorpion, even though scorpions aren't insects but arachnids.arachnids.
** In one episode, Zazu expresses disgust at the fact that Simba still eats bugs sometimes. Hornbills are also known to eat insects, so Zazu has no room to talk (hornbills also eat ''less'' pleasant things too, like snakes and lizards).
1st Nov '16 8:33:17 AM erforce
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* ADayInTheLimelight: Zazu, the Hyenas, and Rafiki have their own episodes.



%%* ContinuityNod: Several to Disney/TheLionKing.

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%%* ContinuityNod: Several to Disney/TheLionKing.''Disney/TheLionKing''.
* ADayInTheLimelight: Zazu, the Hyenas, and Rafiki have their own episodes.
23rd Oct '16 7:36:19 PM RisefromYourGrave
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''Timon and Pumbaa'' is an American cartoon starring the eponymous pair from the Disney franchise ''Disney/TheLionKing''. The show first aired on Creator/{{CBS}}. It premiered in 1995, betwewn the first two movies. It has been rerunning on various Creator/{{Disney}} channels ever since. Instead of the realistic style of the movie, it goes for SurrealHumor. The show seems to borrow a lot of its humor from both ''WesternAnimation/TheRenAndStimpyShow'' and ''{{Animaniacs}}'', which makes it a distinct change of pace from the movies.

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''Timon and ''The Lion's King's Timon & Pumbaa'' is an American cartoon starring the eponymous pair from the Disney franchise ''Disney/TheLionKing''.Disney's ''Disney/TheLionKing'' franchise. The show first aired on Creator/{{CBS}}. It premiered in 1995, betwewn between the first two movies. It has been rerunning on various Creator/{{Disney}} channels ever since. Instead of the realistic style of the movie, it goes for SurrealHumor. The show seems to borrow a lot of its humor from both ''WesternAnimation/TheRenAndStimpyShow'' and ''{{Animaniacs}}'', which makes it a distinct change of pace from the movies.
18th Aug '16 6:56:34 PM Ferot_Dreadnaught
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* DenserAndWackier: For whatever reason (likely TheyJustDidntCare), there's more SurrealHumor than in any of the films or ''WesternAnimation/TheLionGuard''.

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* DenserAndWackier: For whatever reason (likely TheyJustDidntCare), , there's more SurrealHumor than in any of the films or ''WesternAnimation/TheLionGuard''.
15th Jul '16 12:41:42 PM OffTheDeepEnd
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* DenserAndWackier: For whatever reason, there's a lot more SurrealHumor going on than in any of the films or ''WesternAnimation/TheLionGuard''.

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* DenserAndWackier: For whatever reason, reason (likely TheyJustDidntCare), there's a lot more SurrealHumor going on than in any of the films or ''WesternAnimation/TheLionGuard''.
15th Jul '16 12:39:45 PM OffTheDeepEnd
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* {{Gasshole}}: Pumbaa's constant farting is something of a RunningGag.

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* {{Gasshole}}: Pumbaa's constant farting is something of a RunningGag.RunningGag in some episodes.



* LatexPerfection: In "Congo on Like This" the tiny tarsier turns out to be a much bigger wolf in disguise.

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* LatexPerfection: In "Congo on Like This" the tiny tarsier turns out to be a much bigger wolf in disguise.



* LovableRogue: Timon.
** The hyenas, whose limelight episodes tone them down into this.

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* LovableRogue: Timon.
** The
Timon and the hyenas, whose limelight episodes tone them down into this.



* SaturdayMorningCartoon

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* %%* SaturdayMorningCartoon



%%* SitCom: Sort of.

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%%* SitCom: Sort of.SitCom



* StealthParody: It's pretty easy to see, when you look at the fact that it's the cast of ''The Lion King'' in this show, that it's pretty much a parody of every SaturdayMorningCartoon ever made. Most people took it at face value, however, and either loved it or considered it a complete cash-in on the franchise.

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* %%* StealthParody: It's pretty easy to see, when you look at the fact that it's the cast of ''The Lion King'' in this show, that it's pretty much a parody of every SaturdayMorningCartoon ever made. Most people took it at face value, however, and either loved it or considered it a complete cash-in on the franchise.



* {{Uncancelled}}: Was brought back n 1999 after a few years of not having new episodes produced, but with a new set of writers and a new director.

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* {{Uncancelled}}: Was brought back n 1999 after a few years of not having new episodes produced, but according to TheOtherWiki, with a new set of writers and a new director.
14th Jul '16 11:47:11 AM Sammettik
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* AbsenteeActor: Timon and Pumbaa usually don't appear in episodes centred around the film's other characters.



** Also, the episode dealing with h trying to enjoy his day off.
19th May '16 9:41:44 PM KnownUnknown
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* CanonDiscontinuity: The midquel focusing on Timon and Pumbaa's lives ignores this series.
** Maybe because the series is supposed to be set ''after'' the film? Whenever Simba appears, he's already as an adult, after all.
** Watch ''The Lion King 1 1/2'', and then watch the episode "Once Upon a Timon" which tells of how Timon and Pumbaa met. The circumstances and the reasons for Timon leaving the meerkat colony are wildly different. Which is canon? You decide for yourself.

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* CanonDiscontinuity: The midquel focusing on Timon and Pumbaa's lives and their first meeting ignores this series.
** Maybe because
series's events. As such, the series is supposed to be set ''after'' the film? Whenever Simba appears, he's already as an adult, after all.
** Watch ''The Lion King 1 1/2'', and then watch the episode "Once Upon a Timon" which tells of how Timon and Pumbaa met. The
circumstances and the reasons for Timon leaving the meerkat colony are wildly different. Which is canon? You decide for yourself.different.
3rd May '16 1:20:46 PM rjd1922
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* DenserAndWackier: [[TheyJustDidntCare For whatever reason]], there's a lot more SurrealHumor going on than in any of the films or ''The Lion Guard''.

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* DenserAndWackier: [[TheyJustDidntCare For whatever reason]], reason, there's a lot more SurrealHumor going on than in any of the films or ''The Lion Guard''.''WesternAnimation/TheLionGuard''.



* WidgetSeries: One episode will likely be all it takes for the average viewer to realize that this show is one of ''the'' [[DenserAndWackier densest and wackiest]] works to ever come from Disney---although why, no one knows.
10th Apr '16 12:08:10 AM TimG5
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* EatingTheEnemy: The episode ''Washington Applesauce'' gives us an [[ExaggeratedTrope exaggerated example.]] In the episode, Timon and Pumbaa are tasked with catching a worm that's eating all the towns apples. Over the course of the episode though, the worm gets bigger and bigger until it becomes [[AttackOfthe50FootWhatever a giant monster]] and eats the two. However, the two then turn the tables on it by eating the whole beast from the inside out and become big {{Balloon Belly}}'d oafs themselves.
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