While Beshte and Ono calm the panicked giraffes and zebras, Kion, Bunga, and Fuli confront the gorilla. She then sings "Now You See Me, Now You Don't", in which she explains her camouflage abilities to the team. When Mwenzi lands on Beshte's back, Bunga tackles him to the ground and holds him hostage while the rest of the Lion Guard gathers around. Back at the bamboo forest, Bunga is hailed as a hero by the pack. The Lion Guard struggles to keep Kion calm in the middle of the flamingo flock ("Flamingo Dance Party"). After making his promise, Tamaa imitates Bunga's voice as he swoops away. Kion is quick to order the antelope out of their grazing ground, but their leader, Bupu, points out that they do not wish to leave. Bunga has a habit of saying "Unbungalievable" (a play on the word "unbelievable") whenever he is amazed. Along the way, Beshte befriends a tapir named Tenuk. Without consulting Ono, she carries her egg to Ono's nest and deposits it among the twigs. Eventually, the friends grow impatient and insist that Beshte wrap up his conversation. Mama Binturong spies on the conversation and comes up with a plan to defeat the Lion Guard and the Night Pride. With the Lion Guard now back in commission, Janja takes off with his minions, and the Lion Guard returns to Pride Rock, another mission safely sorted out. Fuli asks Makini to give Kion some tuliza, but the herb does not soothe his bad temper. While reminiscing, Makini remembers a waterfall that she'd visited with her parents. A shocked Kion asks if the porcupines had been hiding from the Zimwi, and the rest of the team pieces together that Mtoto and his friends had seen the two porcupines huddling together and mistaken them for the Zimwi. That night, Kion notices something on the ground and rushes off to speak to the Pride Landers. The team streaks across the plains toward the gazelles, who shy away at the Guard's rapid advance. The jackals initially have the upper hand, but with the pangolins' help, Fuli and Ono manage to fend the pack off. Ono happens to spot Kiara and her friends, and he departs to warn Kion of the situation. When two gorillas named Hafifu and Majinuni enter the Pride Lands, they wreak havoc on several of the Pride Landers. The same rainstorm strikes Urembo Meadows, where Kiara and her friends seek shelter under a tree. As the crocodiles brawl, Kiburi's lackeys attempt to sneak up on an unknown target, using the mashindano as a distraction. Bunga's name means "fool, simpleton" or "foolish, silly" in Swahili. After this, the friends encounter more and more animals taking Bunga's bad advice, and they're forced to rescue the poor beasts. Bunga and the Guard rescue a pangolin from a dust devil. Bunga orders the red pandas to keep Chuluun surrounded, then releases gas in her face. Twiga is quick to deny this assertion, and Vuruga Vuruga backs her up, with both acting suspiciously. He uses the word to his advantage, spinning Kenge into a fury and causing him to chase Bunga around the canyon. Kion runs up and once again attempts to make Bunga see reason, but the honey badger points out that everyone loves his advice. Bunga mimics Rafiki by attempting to use a stick to defeat Cheezi. Bunga sings "Stand Up, Stand Out" in an attempt to cheer Ono. Furious, Kion demands to know why his friends are acting so strangely, and Bunga reminds him that Rafiki's paintings had predicted his fall from a tree branch. Bunga's catchphrase "Zuka zama!" Later, Bunga and the Lion Guard confront Kion and inform him that Mtoto has heard of another attack involving Makuu. Ono gets blown away in the storm and realizes that the direction of the wind has changed, which means that Makucha is leading them astray. In the Outlands, Scar gets word of Sumu's success and directs his army to intercept them. Bunga also rescues Kion from being attacked by Scar's vengeful snake ally Ushari (who earlier, bit Kion in the face, leaving a scar over his left eye), which results in both of them falling towards lava. The Lion Guard rushes down the slope to put a stop to the fight, but once there, Bunga gets sat on by an actively fighting Muhimu. In the midst of the celebration, the Army of Scar attacks, and the Pride Landers rise up to defend themselves. Once at Pride Rock, Kion tackles Makuu and swears that the Savannah Summit will proceed undisturbed. The Lion Guard finds themselves in the midst of a wildebeest stampede, unable to see through the thick dust. The Lion Guard rushes to stop a herd of gazelles from fighting with a herd of zebras. Presently, Ono spots a mudslide heading toward a nest of ostrich eggs, but he is cut off in his report by Simba, who finishes the report for him. Bunga and Simba happen to hear their cries, and the two race through the caverns until they reach a large ravine that cuts them off from Kion and his friends. The Night Pride takes on Makucha and his allies, defeating them easily, as they do not work well together. He also doesn't like it when other animals trample over him. Bunga tackles Janja, but relents once he remembers that Janja has reformed. She convinces a musk deer named Kiril to share the territory with the tigers, despite his initial hesitancy. However, before she can escape, Bunga tackles her, covering her in his orange paint. Kion lectures her for rushing ahead of them, but Fuli reminds him that she'd known she could handle it by herself. With the Lion Guard in pursuit, the gorillas race away into the fog, where they encounter a real forest hog. Bunga would purposefully annoy him or attack the cobra even when he was not doing anything wrong. They arrive just in time to stop Janja's clan from eating Zazu and begin to engage them in a fight. Since the Lion Guard no longer has Makini's staff to activate the moja kwa moja stone, they rely on Ono's memory of Rafiki's map to find their way. While the Lion Guard works to save Lumba-Lumba, a wave washes Ora and his friends back to shore. Makuu protests that he had been invited, and Simba confirms to Kion that he had invited Makuu to Pride Rock himself. Kion wonders where the next moja kwa moja stone is, and Anga explains that it is on a hill on the island. The hawk lets go of the hyrax, who falls to the savanna floor, and Ono rushes to save it despite its small weight. Out of pure reflex, Ushari bites him, and Ono worries that the bite is venomous. The Lion Guard rushes to the site of the scene, and Bunga bounds up the cliffside until he reaches Mtoto's mother. The Lion Guard arrives at Maji Baridi Falls, where Beshte, Bunga, Fuli, and Ono become so distracted worrying over Kion that they fail to notice him crossing a large log over the raging river. Just then, Ono spots a herd of stampeding antelope, and the Lion Guard rushes off to alleviate the problem. From outside the cave, Kion senses that something is not right, and he orders Ono to peek through the cracks in the rocks to see what is going on. Reirei tries to blame Hamu for harming Dogo, but Kion exiles her back to the Outlands, and the jackals take off for home. Bunga and Ono volunteer to find him and soon spot him overlooking the plains. Ono happens to catch sight of Beshte and Mtoto trapped between the hyenas and a float of crocodiles, and he races back to alert the team. Just then, Beshte approaches with Pinguino on his back. Bunga tells Kion of another plot supposedly involving Makuu. He tries to continue making hippo lanes, but Kion insists that he should not be putting weight on his injured leg, and Beshte adds that it is just not possible for Basi to be making hippo lanes in his condition. The animals start up a chant of "Poa.". On the other side of the savanna, Kion has appointed Beshte, Fuli, and Ono to positions on the Guard in addition to Bunga. He yells up to Kion, letting him know of his suspicion, and Kion agrees to travel through the entrance of the caverns, while Bunga and Simba climb through the tunnel to meet them. After finishing with the antelope, the rest of the Lion Guard arrives, and Bunga recklessly jumps into the sinkhole to save Simba. The rest of the Lion Guard arrives, impressed, but no sooner have they abated the danger when three galagos cry out for help. The Lion Guard tracks Mwenzi's scent to a tree. Ushari bites down with his fangs, but falls regardless. Meanwhile, Tiifu and Zuri attempt to give Kiara a mud facial, but Kiara protests that she needs to leave in time for the Wallow. Makini recalls having visited the river before with her parents, Fikiri and Kitendo, when they'd journeyed to the Tree of Life to present Makini to Rafiki. Fuli relents and departs for Nyani Grove with the baby baboon clinging to her back. Kongwe then assures Simba and the Lion Guard that good always triumphs over evil in the end. Realizing that Vitani is the true leader of the Lion Guard, Kion relinquishes his team's duties to Vitani and her pride. Bunga then announces to the herd that they can cross the Flood Plains safely. However, once they arrive, they find that the cubs are simply distressed about how the heat is messing up their fur. The two had engaged in a battle, and Simba had banished Zira and her followers to the Outlands after a crushing defeat. Ushari ends up getting caught up in the duo's game and gets the Baobab fruit wedged in his mouth. He excitedly announces his new status to his herd while the Lion Guard looks on in amusement. Bunga chides Ono for accidentally waking Makuu and his float. However, in the midst of the festivities, Sumu stings Simba's tail and then banks a hasty retreat as Simba collapses to the ground. In the Pride Lands, Bunga assists his uncles, Timon and Pumbaa, in decorating an acacia tree with colored gourds. The team moves on, but along the way, they are frightened by Beshte's continued bellowing practice. His teeth are large and distinctly gap-filled. After a few mishaps, including a run-in with Ushari, the friends realize that Bunga is lost. At the edge of the water, Bupu laments not being in his home territory. Zazu yells for Mbeya to get off him, and the rhinoceros complies. Together, the Lion Guard and Jasiri walk to the border of the Pride Lands, where Jasiri and Kion exchange fond farewells. Rafiki explains that the only cure is volcanic ash, which can be found in the Outlands, and tasks the Lion Guard with retrieving it. When they arrive, Kion attempts to stop Kiburi from hurting the animals in the water hole, but Kiburi refuses and engages Kion in a fight. Meanwhile, the Lion Guard finds Cheezi and Chungu, who deny having started the stampede, and overhears Janja yelling for Nne and Tano. Bunga and the rest of the Guard brace against Makuu and his float. When Bunga had succeeded and given the grubs to Timon, the meerkat had allowed him to stay, and the three have lived together ever since. Bravely, the team strides into the gorge, where they come face-to-face with what appears to be the Zimwi. When Bunga and Kion return to Pride Rock, Rafiki leads them to the Lair of the Lion Guard, where he explains that Scar used to lead the Lion Guard until he lost his powers. He offers Jasiri and her clan a place in the Pride Lands for protection, but she insists that they must protect their turf. After the genets run off, Kion chastises Bunga for unnecessarily frightening the genets and instructs him to not tell anyone else about the Zimwi. Meanwhile, the rest of the Lion Guard realizes that Beshte is missing, and Kion orders Ono to scope the area for their missing teammate. As Beshte and Mtoto defend themselves, the rest of the Lion Guard appears and dispatches of the crocodiles. No sooner have the bats flown out when the tree collapses, and the Lion Guard realizes that the termites have been the source of the collapsing trees. The Lion King Wiki is a FANDOM Movies Community. Bunga falls flat on his face after attempting to attack Goigoi with his staff. He manages to take the staff and defeat Mama Binturong by passing gas and ruining her tuliza stash. Lion Guard SCAR IS SUMMONED Kion's Roar of the Elders The Rise of Scar HD Clip. Once at Mizimu Grove, the Lion Guard comments on how well the animals are behaving. Kion gently explains to them the dangers of pretending to be hyenas, and the young animals vow to never play in such a way again. While the baboons run around in chaos, wrecking Pride Rock, Ono manages to use mint leaves to rid Bunga of his stink. According to Scar as he explains his story to a cobra named Ushari, he met him when he was the leader of the Lion Guard (going under the name Askari) at the time while scouting the Outlands alone. The Lion Guard presents it to her, adding that they have now fulfilled their end of the bargain. Simba refuses to surrender, and Scar mocks him for not having the power to defeat him. Bunga attempts to get the fish to lick him clean, but they steer clear of his odor. Before he can wreak havoc on the Flood Plains, he stops himself from roaring, and Nala calls for him to trust himself. Meanwhile, Ono distracts the hawk long enough for her to run head-on into a cliff face. They then grant him a hillside to use as his new home, and Kion leads the Lion Guard away on their daily patrol. Bunga volunteers to sit on the hammerkop egg left in Ono's nest. The Rise of Scar Add a photo to this gallery. With the help of the Roar, Bunga catches up to and defeats Mama Binturong. No sooner have they started to cross the Flood Plains when Ono arrives, forbidding the herd to enter the hippo lanes. Seeing the disaster for what it is, Kion attempts to talk Bunga out of his idiocy, but the honey badger refuses to rejoin the Lion Guard. Rafiki warns the Lion Guard that there will be trouble if Zira finds out that Kion is Simba's son, and the team takes off to save their friend. The Lion Guard notices the theft, but only after Mama Binturong has taken the staff and retreated to her hideout. He takes them to a wall of paintings and explains that Simba had banished the Outsiders to the Outlands after they had retained loyalties to Scar, Simba's evil uncle. Ushari was a red cobra with a creamy-tan underside and narrow purple markings. Fuli jokes that Bunga would look horrible with ears that big, and the rest of the Lion Guard laughs. Bunga urges Kion to use his Roar, but Kion worries that he will lose the Roar as Scar did for using it against other lions. Simba then gathers the Lion Guard for their morning patrol and leads them out of the Lair for their morning patrol. He admits that he had not been frightened of the monster because he had not believed it could exist, but the moment he had seen it for himself, he had reacted like a coward. Ono scouts the Outlands and catches sight of Jasiri's clan being attacked. Bunga and Simba get into an intense argument while navigating Nandembo Caverns. Anga spots the next moja kwa moja stone, and the Lion Guard continues on its way. Fuli and Kion immediately begin to suspect that the problem is their fault, and Kion learns from his father that aardwolves strongly resemble hyenas. This leads the Lion Guard to inquire about Zazu's whereabouts to Bupu and Nyuni, who have formed a partnership and are getting along famously. Bunga saves a galago from a fire in Ndefu Grove. Once the herds are safe, they begin to complain about Kion, criticizing his choice to take them through the canyon. At sunset, Fuli, Makini, and Kongwe converge with Bunga and the rest of the Lion Guard. Later, Ono laments having caused Makuu's float to awaken early. Just then, Simba arrives with the Lion Guard, Pumbaa, and Timon, and he apologizes to Ma Tembo and her herd for being late. Bunga then sings "Christmas in the Pride Lands", in which he extols the unconventional holiday. Beshte comforts her and tells her that her detours are fun, to which Makini remembers the first time her parents had told her that she might become a Royal Mjuzi. Beshte reminds Mwenzi that Kifaru is his friend and explains that Kifaru is lost without his tickbird, to which Kion adds that Mwenzi is not doing much better on his own. In answer, Dhahabu quickly takes action, knocking over Makucha and kicking him into the dam. The Lion Guard arrives at the Tree of Life, where they meet its matriarch, Queen Janna. They question him as to why he is not training Makini, and he admits that he is trying to escape his noisy new neighbors. While on patrol, Beshte and Bunga spot Dogo's brothers making themselves at home in aardvark warrens. Eventually, the team gives up on the chase, for they realize that the aardwolves are afraid of them. Though Beshte initially has the upper hand, he has to pause and roll around in the mud due to a severe sunburn, which allows Imara to win. Bunga attacks Kenge, but is bitten himself, allowing Kenge and his hyena allies to escape with the melons. As Kion's team works to free Bunga from the fallen rocks, Kion laments his bad choices and resolves to rely on his friends instead of himself ("Kion's Reckoning"). Bunga and Ono collect bugs for the Christmas celebration. They see that Janja and his clan are dropping rocks on Beshte, who is trapped in a pit. An ornery member of her herd, Zito, blames the Lion Guard for failing to save Kilio Valley, to which Kion guiltily accepts the criticism. Ushari was an adult male cobra who appears as a neutral character-turned-the tertiary antagonist in The Lion Guard. An enraged Makucha resolves to follow the Lion Guard to the Tree of Life, but his friends refuse. Bunga and Kion encounter Jasiri, who requests Kion's help. After noticing that the zebras have been left unharmed, Kion theorizes that Makucha is after Ajabu alone, and the team vows to protect the okapi from harm. Bunga promises to think up another competition for them to try. Bunga meets a female honey badger named Binga. He then tasks the Lion Guard with watching over the event. Bunga plops a snowball, Sokwe's "peace message," onto Simba's head. Beshte explains his situation to the team through the rocks, and Ono pinpoints his exact location. After Simba's tail gets stuck under a rock, the Lion Guard is unsure what to do next. Bunga uses his stench to fight Ora. Kion suggests that Thurston accompany them to ward off any remaining flies, and the zebra agrees to his request. Kion suggests breaking the branch off the tree, to which Bupu reluctantly agrees. After Simba and Nala leave, Hadithi thanks the Lion Guard for accepting the job and tells them to build his nest using leaves from the highest tree in the Pride Lands, as per tradition. After reconciling, Bunga and Simba sing an old family song, "Hakuna Matata". Take your favorite fandoms with you and never miss a beat. Meanwhile, Ushari was angry and poured out the yellow that was in him after what Bunga did to him. As a teenager, Bunga is taller, with longer white fur. Meanwhile, Makini attempts to use the ponya flowers to heal the Lion Guard. Bunga and Ono attempt to prevent Kenge and his hyena minions from stealing melons. After sending Janja to distract Kion, Scar explains to Ushari that he has double-crossed Janja. Makini exclaims that she had to cross the desert in order to reach a series of cliffs. Once on the island, Makini bounds off to gather tuliza for Kion. From overhead, Ono spots a canyon into which the Lion Guard can chase the antelope, and Kion leads the Guard in herding the team into the canyon. The Lion Guard investigates Twiga's tree. Meanwhile, Kiara and Kion start to execute their combined plans when Tiifu and Zuri fall into the river. Kion notices a boulder blocking a painting and instructs Beshte to move it. While Ono leads the herds to higher ground, Kion and the rest of the Guard rescue those still trapped in the rising waters, including Muhimu, who finds herself in Bunga's debt once more. After Kion's decision, Vitani questions Kion on what it means to master the Roar, and Kion demonstrates by picking up Pride Rock with the power of the Roar, which amazes his spectators, including Bunga. Meanwhile, Mama Binturong attacks Bunga and Binga. Ono suggests that they build a shelter for the day and wait until nighttime to continue their journey. The Lion Guard arrives on the scene and decides to scout out the situation. Just then, Zazu flies into the Lair and delivers news that a rock slide has blocked up the giraffes' access to their water hole. The group starts to break up and leave, but Kion calls them back. However, once she ventures closer, she realizes that she must have made a mistake, for the rock has no hole. She agrees and departs, leaving Bunga and the team to assess Jasiri's predicament themselves. Sometime after this, Bunga befriended Kion, the son of Simba. With the troop otherwise occupied, Bunga and the Lion Guard return to their patrol. When the amount of jackals becomes too much for them, they call out for Kion, who races to the rescue. Together with Raha and Starehe, the Lion Guard rushes to the rescue and fights off the pack. They gather together Bupu's herd, Laini's group, Ma Tembo's herd, and Mbeya's crash ("Pride Landers Unite!").
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