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  • This episode has aired in Ukraine, so please be careful of any spoilers on this topic!

    Like all of the episodes I just watched, I'll rewatch them again in English when they're released.

    This one was okay, I thought. There wasn't as much replayability for me as there were with the other recently released episodes. It was nice seeing Dhahabu again, but I can't help but feel as though this episode would have been better if it had been played a little earlier, rather than so close a showdown.

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    • I really don't understand why you aren't giving the link.

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    • I loved it! Star and Ra (nicknaming them that) have such a cute bond with Dhahabu, and I loved that rock music they played when they were fighting lol

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    • FuliTheFastest wrote: I loved it! Star and Ra (nicknaming them that) have such a cute bond with Dhahabu, and I loved that rock music they played when they were fighting lol

      WHERE did you watch it? Seriously, why wont anyone tell us where to find the episodes? Do I need to get the link at the nearest Masonic lodge?

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    • Watched this one first, since it seemed to have the weakest connection to the Scar storyline.

      I thought this was a great episode, if a little laggy in parts. It was nice seeing Dhahabu again, and I felt so bad for Raha and Starehe when they had to leave her, even though I don't speak the language.

      FuliTheFastest wrote: I loved it! Star and Ra (nicknaming them that) have such a cute bond with Dhahabu, and I loved that rock music they played when they were fighting lol

      That music was the highlight for me!

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    • A mixture of action like that sounds quite entertaining, Rock music making the courage easier to look at. Dhahabu herself is one of my favorites of the newest characters.

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    • I watched all off the episodes in English here in India 

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    • Proof or link ILikeMyLife?

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    • I watched it on TV

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    • Season 2 finished for me a month ago here 

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    • Now that I’ve finally seen the episode in English, and can understand what in the Pride Lands was going on, I can do a decent review.

      Pros

      Character Appearances

      • Simba!!!!!!!!!
      • Nala!!
      • Kiara!!
      • Dhahabu!!!

      I love how excited the animals were to meet Dhahabu.

      I’m so glad Simba ended his eight-episode hiatus.

      The song was....pretty good.

      Bunga was adorable in this episode.

      The hyraxes are so cute.

      Cons

      I wish new named characters had been introduced.

      I wish Simba and Nala had gotten more screentime.

      I wish Dhahabu’s staus as a queen could’ve been explained more. Espically as it wasn’t addressed in her debut episode.

      Dhahabu pronounced Zuri’s name wrong.

      I wish Nala had gotten one speaking role. It would’ve been nice to see her and Dhahabu interact.

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    • RadSpyro wrote: This episode has aired in Ukraine, so please be careful of any spoilers on this topic!

      Like all of the episodes I just watched, I'll rewatch them again in English when they're released.

      This one was okay, I thought. There wasn't as much replayability for me as there were with the other recently released episodes. It was nice seeing Dhahabu again, but I can't help but feel as though this episode would have been better if it had been played a little earlier, rather than so close a showdown.

      I completely ageee.

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    • I actually like the episode. The song is great and we got some more character developments for Tiifu and Zuri. But of course, the highlight is when the jackals unknowingly pressed Raha and Starehe's berserk button. Like all equines, zebras can be very aggressive when they are threatened. I heard from somewhere that while horses tend to simply kick and run away, zebras will keep kicking until the threat is annihilated.

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    • Anyone notice that Scar acted like he already knew who Dhahabu was.

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    • The skinks probably filled Scar in with the details of Dhahabu's personality off-screen.

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    • You could be right.

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    • I’m surprised Rafiki and Zazu weren’t in this episode.

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    • I loved this episode the characters interactions with one another. Like the relationship between Dhahabu, Starehe and Raha. How Dhahabu met the rest of Kion's family and Tifu and Zuri. The song was so catchy I loved it better then Faboulous Dhahabu. The only things I would change would seeing Simba and Nala talk more. The skinks and the other Outlanders talk to Scar and Janja's clan helping to attack Dhahabu other then that good episode. I give it an 8/10.

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    • Ginnyharry4ever wrote:
      Anyone notice that Scar acted like he already knew who Dhahabu was.

      Even though the skinks didn't talk they probably told him about her.

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    • That’s true,

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    • Does anyone else wanna meet Goigoi's mom? Because he mentioned that he had a mama and now I want to meet her. Unless she's dead.

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    • I do.

      She’ll be the grandmother of Dogo, Kijana, and their siblings.

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    • Ginnyharry4ever wrote:
      I do.

      She’ll be the grandmother of Dogo, Kijana, and their siblings.

      I don't even know why he said he had a mom. I was like that's random whoever wrote the script probably just added that in there because they were bored.

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    • Goigoi can say some pretty random things sometimes.

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    • His mama should be part of the Army of Scar.

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    • I kinda want to see her now.

      And I want to see Dogo and Kijana again too.

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    • Also when Ono says they have "the best view of all" I actually think Simba's Pride has the best view because they're on top of Pride Rock and they can see it all. I also liked it when Dhahabu called Bunga her "little mongoose.

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    • This episode was good.

      It was nice to see Dhahabu again, and it did find the “Kick and Stomp!” Parts pretty funny.

      My only real gripe is as mentioned above, when did Dhahabu become queen? This was never mentioned before. Also, kind of odd we never saw any of the Pridelands zebras. And now I hate this episode for actually making me say I would like to see Thruston.

      Jokes aside, solid episode, though I’m with everyone else in wanting the battle already.

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    • Flamewarrior02 wrote: This episode was good.

      It was nice to see Dhahabu again, and it did find the “Kick and Stomp!” Parts pretty funny.

      My only real gripe is as mentioned above, when did Dhahabu become queen? This was never mentioned before. Also, kind of odd we never saw any of the Pridelands zebras. And now I hate this episode for actually making me say I would like to see Thruston.

      Jokes aside, solid episode, though I’m with everyone else in wanting the battle already.

      Those are some really good points.

      I’m also surprised Thurston wasn’t in this episode. He doesn’t seem like the type to miss a visit from royalty that’s the same species as him.

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    • Another good episode. 

      What I liked the most:

      -Fuli (sorry, but I ain't repeating my character-name-thrice running gag this time. Besides, I already did the Fuli one).

      -The song. I think the whole sequence was perfect for the end of the show, or at least, for the end of the season.

      -My little mongoose, my little mongoose. Aah aah aah aah... Oh wait, wrong series.

      -Tiifu's cuteness, as always.

      -The Jackals. It's nice to find out that the adult female jackal with blue eyes has a name: Masoni. By the way, there's no doubt that if the jackals were humans they would be cowboys, farmers, rednecks, or something like that, judging by their country musical theme.

      -When the jackals showed up, and all Tiifu, Zuri and Dhahabu did was scream like crazy, it was hilarious! I couldn't stop repeating that part! It should become a vine, or a meme! Same with "It's kinda hot around here." "You just noticed!?".

      -Raha and Starehe entering Angered Unikitty mode, and kicking some jackal tail. Of course, it was the best part of the episode.

      -The skinks (mainly Shupavu) not talking. I'm sorry, but I can't stand her evil squirrel voice. It's too annoying.

      -Scar (possibly) breaking the fourth wall. Something he rarely does.



      And what I didn't like:

      -Tiifu and Zuri not singing... again. Does the "Frolic and Romp" thing count as singing?



      Score: 7. Lucky score! Again! Now, let's wait for the next episode to come. From what I've seen, it's gonna be the most epic one of the latest four episodes. The bad thing is that the bad guys will be victorious, for the third time. But, hey, they must show Ralph that the bad guys can also win medals, right?

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    • ChalexGamer wrote:

      -The Jackals. It's nice to find out that the adult female jackal with blue eyes has a name: Masoni. By the way, there's no doubt that if the jackals were humans they would be cowboys, farmers, rednecks, or something like that, judging by their country musical theme.


      How do you know she has a name?
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    • Hmm. Curious. I thought I saw a page about her on this wiki. Did it got deleted? It even showed that her name was confirmed in the credits of The Fall of Mizimu Grove.

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    • Unfortunately, that information was proven false.

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    • Unless a new source has been discovered

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    • A FANDOM user
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