When Timon & Pumbaa stumble upon the scene where Simba is singing "I Just Can't Wait to Be King", it seems to occur about a day after the "Circle of Life" sequence. How could Simba possibly change from newborn to young cub in just one day?
Even though this film hasn't been released yet, I can tell that it contradicts T&P's backstory from the episode "Once Upon a Timon".
How did Timon manage to get his and Pumbaa's suitcase back (despite the fact that Quint's suitcase knocked it off the log when it landed)? Adding on, shouldn't Pumbaa and Timon be a little upset that they've lost some of their stuff?
Timon and Pumbaa live in Africa, but Criminal Quint lives in Tennessee. How did Timon and Pumbaa get to Quint's getaway so fast?
When we first see Timon and Pumbaa dressed as the salesman, they're a few feet away from the door, but in the next scene, they're like right in the door frame!
Something weird happens at the part where Quint knocks down the wall of his getaway. Either the hut got smaller or he got bigger! Either way, it doesn't make sense.
It's impossible for anyone to climb up a chimeny with ease.
How did Pumbaa and Timon manage to make the baby costume? Did Pumbaa shrink himself, or something?
Pumbaa's butt has a flip-top?
The mother eagle says that a picture of Timon stealing her baby's food was taken by a security camera. How can there be a security device in Mount Kilamanjaro?
If the Mother Bird knows that Timon stole things from Baby Earl, why would she trust him to watch her baby?
If Pumbaa was unable to get out of the bull costume, how did he get himself into it?
How did Pumbaa get out of his costume in future episodes?
A box that appears in "Gabon with the Wind" read Meerkat Helper which is a pun on Hamburger Helper.
The Sky is Calling is a spoof of the phrase The Sky is Falling, made famous by Chicken Little.
Gilbert Gottfried is probably best known as the voice of another famous Disney bird, Aladdin's Iago the parrot.
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.
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".
Beauty and the Wildebeest is a spoof of the famous 1991 Disney film Beauty and the Beast.