History WesternAnimation / TimonAndPumbaa

26th Dec '17 11:54:15 PM AndyLA
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** Elephant skeleton are frequently shown to have bones which represent trunks, despite an elephant's trunk being mostly made up of muscles and containing no bone.

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** Elephant skeleton are frequently shown to have bones which represent trunks, despite an elephant's trunk being mostly made up of muscles and containing no bone. Notable in which the show's source material actually got this right.
19th Nov '17 3:18:30 PM Rm1993
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Set after the events of the film, Timon and Pumbaa are shown having adventures/misadventures in their jungle home as well as WalkingTheEarth and having some sort of adventure wherever they go, often encountering their enemies Quint and Smolder. It introduced many settings besides the African Savannah, as well as more {{Hammerspace}}. In the long run, while not entirely considered non-canon, it takes a bit of a stretch of the imagination to fit in with the film.

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Set after the events of the film, Timon and Pumbaa live their Hakuna Matata lifestyle, as they are shown having adventures/misadventures in their jungle home as well as WalkingTheEarth and having some sort of adventure wherever they go, often encountering their enemies Quint and Smolder. It introduced many settings besides the African Savannah, as well as more {{Hammerspace}}.Savannah. In the long run, while not entirely considered non-canon, it takes a bit of a stretch of the imagination to fit in with the film.



* {{Talking Animal}}s: Animals and humans can talk to each other with no problem.

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* {{Talking Animal}}s: Animals Being a Disney cartoon, animals and humans can talk to each other with no problem.
12th Oct '17 2:52:29 PM Rm1993
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** This also happens twice in "Now Museum, Now You Don't". The first time is when after the museum closes, Timon makes an elaborate plan on how he and Pumbaa can sneak into the museum, but Pumbaa points out that they can just go through the doggy door. The second time is when the two make it to the bug exhibit, which gets surrounded by laser beams. When Timon makes a plan on how they can get one of the bugs, Pumbaa reveals that they can just pull down the lever to remove the laser beams.


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** It is revealed by Timon in the finale that Pumbaa was the one who wanted to go around the world, as he blames the warthog for getting them into trouble and telling him that they should have just stayed home in Africa.
7th Oct '17 4:04:13 PM nombretomado
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* NoCelebritiesWereHarmed: [[IronicNickname Speedy The Snail]] is BingCrosby.

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* NoCelebritiesWereHarmed: [[IronicNickname Speedy The Snail]] is BingCrosby.Music/BingCrosby.
28th Sep '17 3:09:22 AM AnoneMouseJr
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%%* BitterSweetEnding: "Zazu's Off-By-One Day". Zazu is working as Gopher's pathetic assistant, but reasons, "It's a living."

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%%* BitterSweetEnding: BittersweetEnding: "Zazu's Off-By-One Day". Zazu is working as Gopher's pathetic assistant, but reasons, "It's a living."


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* FireBreathingDiner:
** The season 1 episode ''Hot Enough For Ya?'' has both Timon and Pumbaa breathing fire, more than once each, after trying the dishes in their Spicy Bug Chili cook-off.
** The season 2 episode ''Wide Awake in Wonderland'', in which Timon reads meerkat/warthog versions of a few classic stories to Pumbaa, has Timon portraying Goldilocks in Pumbaa's version of "Goldilocks and the Three Bears" and breathing fire after he has a rather spicy bowl of bugs from the bears' home. (This scene also appears in a few versions of the opening credits.)
23rd Sep '17 2:37:01 PM Rm1993
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''The Lion's King's Timon & Pumbaa'' is an American [[RecycledTheSeries spin-off television series]] to Disney's ''Disney/TheLionKing'', which stars the eponymous pair from the film. The show first aired on Creator/{{The Disney Afternoon}} and Creator/{{CBS}}. It premiered in 1995, between the first two movies and has been rerunning on various Creator/{{Disney}} channels ever since. As the show focuses on Timon and Pumbaa, who are the comic reliefs of the movie, the tone is considerably more comedic than the film. Much like the ''{{WesternAnimation/Little Mermaid}}'' and ''{{WesternAnimation/Aladdin}}'' TV series, the series has the characters going on new adventures, giving them backstories and occasionally showing more depth on the characters' friendship.

Set after the events of the film, Timon and Pumbaa are shown having adventures and misadventures in their jungle home as well as WalkingTheEarth and having some sort of adventure wherever they go, often encountering their enemies Quint and Smolder. It introduced many settings besides the African Savannah, as well as {{Hammerspace}}. In the long run, while not entirely considered non-canon, it takes a bit of a stretch of the imagination to fit in with the film.

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''The Lion's King's Timon & Pumbaa'' is an American [[RecycledTheSeries spin-off television series]] to Disney's ''Disney/TheLionKing'', which stars the eponymous pair from the film. The show first aired on Creator/{{The Disney Afternoon}} and Creator/{{CBS}}. It premiered in 1995, between the first two movies and has been rerunning on various Creator/{{Disney}} channels ever since. As the show focuses on Timon and Pumbaa, who are the comic reliefs of the movie, the tone is considerably more comedic than the film. Much like the ''{{WesternAnimation/Little Mermaid}}'' ''[[WesternAnimation/TheLittleMermaid Little Mermaid]]'' and ''{{WesternAnimation/Aladdin}}'' TV series, the series has the characters going on new adventures, giving them backstories and occasionally showing more depth on the characters' friendship.

Set after the events of the film, Timon and Pumbaa are shown having adventures and misadventures adventures/misadventures in their jungle home as well as WalkingTheEarth and having some sort of adventure wherever they go, often encountering their enemies Quint and Smolder. It introduced many settings besides the African Savannah, as well as more {{Hammerspace}}. In the long run, while not entirely considered non-canon, it takes a bit of a stretch of the imagination to fit in with the film.
25th Aug '17 12:56:29 PM SuperSonicHeroes
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* SpotTheImposter: Pumbaa needs to figure out who the real Timon is at the end of "I Don't Bolivia" when he and Toucan Dan both claim to be the real Timon, despite Toucan Dan's PaperThinDisguise. He has the Vulture Police lock them both up in stockades and have them bite down on a snail shell. Timon's teeth break but Toucan Dan crushes his shell. Pumbaa figures out which is Toucan Dan since Toucan Dan has a bill that is specialized for crushing.
9th Aug '17 12:48:00 PM schoi30
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** Elephants are frequently shown to have bones in their trunks, despite trunks being essentially ''noses''.

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** Elephants Elephant skeleton are frequently shown to have bones in their which represent trunks, despite trunks an elephant's trunk being essentially ''noses''.mostly made up of muscles and containing no bone.
9th Aug '17 12:45:40 PM schoi30
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** Elephants are frequently shown to have bones in their trunks, despite trunks being essentially ''noses''.
8th Jul '17 1:49:35 PM nombretomado
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* {{Uncancelled}}: Was brought back in 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.

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* {{Uncancelled}}: Was brought back in 1999 after a few years of not having new episodes produced, but according to TheOtherWiki, Wiki/TheOtherWiki, with a new set of writers and a new director.
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