The place where Timon and Pumbaa are located "Rottingham" is a pun on the English city Nottingham.
Cogsworth from Beauty and the Beast makes a cameo appearance in "Serengeti Western".
In the original movie Nala's eyes are pale green. In the second movie her eyes are blue.
In The Truth About Kats and Hogs, afer Jean gives Pumbaa the bag of bugs she gave Timon, and she says how Timon has also captivated her interest, Pumbaa's snout turns the same color as his body, then turns back to normal in the next shot
In the closing credits, "Dealer's Choice Cut" is misspelled as "Dealer's Chioce Cut".
At the end, the prizes are taken away from Timon and Pumbaa when some guy makes a new record. But this guy arrived minutes after Timon and Pumbaa, so they should have won.
How did Simba get to Rome?
Alcatraz-mataz Does Not Have An Ending
When Timon and Pumbaa come in disquised as books Timon has Uncle Timon's Cabin writen on him and Pumbaa has Winnie the Pumbaa written on him these are puns on Uncle Tom's Cabin and Winnie The Pooh.
When Rafiki was holding a cub, it looked almost like Kiara. But Kiara wasn't born yet. Was she? I know it couldn't have been Kopa because it looked too girly. And if that was Kiara, then why wasn't Nala or Simba there?
When Zazu was empting his bucket, a lot of things fall out like Scar alive. Um, didn't Scar Die in The lion King? Or were the Hyenas Just teasing him?
In the segment "Zazu's Day Off", whilst searching for the book on how to move elephants, Zazu reads off titles from his bookshelf, which are puns of famous literary works. They include: Of Mice And Hen (Of Mice And Men) The Great Batsby (The Great Gatsby) The Red Badger of Courage (The Red Badge of Courage) Cannery Crow (Cannery Row) Donkey Quixote (Don Quixote) The Apes of Wrath (The Grapes of Wrath) For Whom the Bull Tolls (For Whom the Bell Tolls) In addition, when Zazu starts to make it rain, he says "Tut, tut. It looks like rain." This is a quote from Winnie the Pooh & The Honey Tree, based on another great literary work.
During the first few airings of "Catch Me If You Kenya", there was a scene in which the butterfly collector came back in Chinese clothes, after Pumbaa budged him out of his house toward China, and threatened to put Timon and Pumbaa in a new collection he's starting after realizing they let his collection go. Soon after, the butterflies he collected, for their revenge, came back to place him into a jar, before leaving again. After Disney Channel's first few airings of this episode, they cut the scene out, and it's also happened on Toon Disney's airings of this episode.
This the episode get in costumes like in the scene where Martin Pardon tells about the Armadillo protects itself from predator, Shenzi comes out in a ballet costume and calls it the Balle Ballet. The next scene of what do Armadillo's do during the rainy seasons and the summer, Banzai comes in and sings in a costume that resmbles as Elvis Presley only with blonde wig and a white tuxeduo. In next scene, where aramdillo's don't take anything too sericously, Ed jumps in a comedian costume. At the end of the episode, they were director costume.
Beauty and the Wildebeest is a spoof of the famous 1991 Disney film Beauty and the Beast.
Two actors voice Pumbaa in this episode: Ernie Sabella through the first cartoon and most of the second, and then Jim Cummings takes over for the aged, wheezy Pumbaa seen at the end of "Amazon Quiver".
In "Yukon Con" you can hear that Timon has two voices, one changing from time to time: his usual Nathan Lane voice, and his TV-version Kevin Schon voice.
Yukon Con can be found on the Disney DVD Around the World with Timon & Pumba.
Gilbert Gottfried is probably best known as the voice of another famous Disney bird, Aladdin's Iago the parrot.
The Sky is Calling is a spoof of the phrase The Sky is Falling, made famous by Chicken Little.