The three hyenas were named Shenzi, Banzai, and crazy Ed, but the one that gives the orders and helps keep the group in line is Shenzi.
King Mufasa's majordomo, affectionately called "banana beak" by Simba, is a type of African bird known for its strange beak. It's even mentioned in the song "I Just Can't Wait to be King," where Simba sings "kings don't need advice from little hornbills for a start."
Simba's all, "I'm gonna be a mighty king, so enemies beware." And Zazu goes, "Well, I've never seen a king of beasts with quite so little hair!"
"Forgive me for not leaping for joy. Bad paws, you know.""Forgive me for not leaping for joy. Bad legs, you know.""Forgive me for not leaping for joy. Bad back, you know.""Forgive me for not leaping for joy. Bad tail, you know."
"Forgive me for not leaping for joy. Bad back, you know."
Oh Scar, ya twisted ol' weirdo.
"Slimy... yet tasty!""Slimy... yet satisfying!""Slimy... yet pleasant!""Greasy... yet satisfying!"
"Slimy... yet satisfying!"
Sorry for the PTSD on that one.
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"I walk on the wild side. I laugh in the face of danger. Ha ha ha!" says Simba until he's interrupted by hyena laughter.
That whenever Simba is in trouble, he must look at the stars and ask for help, because they are wise and speak with those in need.That the great kings of the past look down on us from the stars, and that whenever Simba feels alone, he must remember that those kings will be there to guide him.That the stars are an important guide for Simba to remember the way home whenever he feels lost.That the great gods of the jungle are always watching over all the animals, and that whenever Simba feels alone, he must look up at the clouds.
The scene goes: Mufasa: The great kings of the past look down on us from those stars. Simba: Really? Mufasa: Yes... So whenever you feel alone, just remember that those kings will always be there to guide you ... And so will I.
"Home is where you fill your belly.""Home is where your body swings.""Home is where your rump rests.""Home is where you don't have problems."
"Home is where your rump rests."
It's a motto second only to "hakuna matata," of course.
"... you turn your back on the world."
Hence, the need for living hakuna matata — with no worries!
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"He's a big pig, you could be a big pig, too!"
Simba himselfSimba's fatherSimba's uncleSimba's brother
It's a play on the phrase "Well I'll be a monkey's uncle," heh.
This post was translated from Portuguese.