The Lion King 2: Simba's Pride

Synopsis: Simba and Nala have a daughter, Kiara. Timon and Pumbaa are assigned to be her babysitters, but she easily escapes their care and ventures into the forbidden lands. There she meets a lion cub named Kovu and they become friends. What she and her parents do not know is that Kovu is the son of Zira - a banished follower of the now-dead Scar. She plans to raise Kovu to overthrow Simba and become the king of the Pride Lands. This tests not only Kiara and Kovu's relationship as they mature, but Simba's relationship with his daughter.
Director(s): Darrell Rooney, Rob LaDuca (co-director)
Production: Walt Disney Television Animation
  3 wins & 3 nominations.
Rotten Tomatoes:
81 min


And the spirit of life




There's no mountain too great

Hear the words and have faith

Have faith

He lives in you

He lives in me

He watches over

Everything we see

Into the water

Into the truth

In your reflection

He lives in you

He lives in you

He lives in you

He lives in me

He watches over

Everything we see

Into the water

Into the truth

In your reflection

He lives in you

He lives in you

Ah, Pumbaa, look at that little guy.

A chip off the old block. And you

gotta know who's gonna raise him.

- His parents?

- OK, sure, get technical.

But who's gonna teach him

the really important stuff?

Like how to belch.

And dig for grubs.

I'm tellin' ya, buddy,

it's gonna be like old times.

You, me and the little guy.

- It is a girl.

- Girl.




Where do you think you're going

in such a hurry?

Daddy. Let go.

Now, I just want you to be careful.

Kiara, are you listening?

Accidents can happen.

- You could easily get hurt...

- Hurt or stepped on or even get lost.

And remember, I want you to stay

in sight of Pride Rock at all times.

I know. And if I see any strangers,

don't talk to them, come straight home.

OK, OK. Can I go now? Please?

Hmm. Very funny.

- Mind your father, Kiara.

- Yes, Mom.

And stay away from the Outlands.

Nothing there but a bunch

of back-stabbing, murderous Outsiders.

Zazu's right.

You can't turn your back on them.

- Really? How come?

- Never mind.

- Just run along now.

- But, Dad, I...

- You'll understand some day. Go on.

- Dad.

And stay on the path I've marked for you.

Simba. Who does she remind you of?

Huh? What? Who?

She's just like you were

when you were young.

Exactly. Do you realise the dangers

we put ourselves in?

You mean the dangers you put us in.

She'll be fine.

- Hey, Timon, Pumbaa. Come here.

- Good morning, mon capitaine.

I want you to keep a close watch on Kiara.

You know she's bound to run off.

Don't worry, Simba.

We're on her like stink on a warthog.

- Hey!

- It's a hard truth, Pumbaa. Live with it.

Guys, I'm counting on you.

Danger could be lurking behind every rock.

Aha! Hmm.

Hey, wait. Come back.

I just wanna play.

The mighty hunter has cornered her prey.


Cool. The Outlands.

I wonder what's out there.

Don't worry, Kiara.

Uncle Pumbaa's coming.

Oh, no.

Oh! Uh...

Let's see. "Gee, Simba, the good news

is we found your daughter."

"The bad news is we dropped a warthog

on her. Is there a problem with that?"

- Kiara? Kiara!

- Pumbaa!

Let me define "baby-sitting".


Princess Kiara, as Simba's daughter,

you know better than to go off all alone.

- You could have been hurt.

- But...

Hurt? Oh, Simba would kill us.

You didn't slip a disc, did ya?

- But...

- Catch a fever? Get a hangnail?

- Timon.

- I had one once.

- Very painful.

- Excruciating.

Darling, with your complexion

you should stay out of the sun.

What? Do you wanna wrinkle?

Will somebody please just listen to me?

I'm sorry, I wasn't listening.

Did you say something, Princess?

I'm not just a princess, you know.

That's only half of who I am.

- Oh. Who's the other half?

- Uh, well, I, um...

Well, while you're figuring it out, let's eat!


- The other white meat.

- And so high in protein.

Ew! Gross!

No? How about you, big boy?

- Love grubs.

- Not like. Love!

You always do that!

You take a bite out of every one

and then put it back. It drives me crazy.

But you can't tell from the outside

which are the real slimy ones.

Slimy? Pumbaa, my corpulent compadre,

it's the crunchy ones that make the meal.

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