The Flash and more
Bunga believes Rafiki's paintings predict the future and enlists the Lion Guard to protect Kion.
Beshte rescues a young elephant that idolizes him, after he wanders into danger.
Floodwaters threaten the Pride Lands, but Bunga comes up with a quick fix.
Kion fears he has lost control of his roar and vows to never use it again, after he tries to save his mother from a group of hyenas.
Ono fills in for a rhino's "seeing-eye bird" while the Guard helps the rhino and tickbird resolve their differences.
The Lion Guard worries that Fuli spends too much time alone, so they begin to include her in their own family activities.
Kion, second-born cub of Simba and Nala, becomes leader of the Lion Guard. In the opener, Kion gets lost in the Outlands and is rescued by a friendly hyena.
The Guard help a leopard stand up to a bully challenging his territory.
Fuli overextends herself and learns the importance of teamwork.
When tales of a mysterious creature plague the Pride Lands, the Guard must conquer their fears and track down the beast.
Ono meets his idol, the legendary eagle Hadithi, but learns that his hero isn't what he expected.
Beshte befriends a shy okapi, which makes the Lion Guard think Beshte has an imaginary friend.
Ono temporarily loses vision in one eye and questions his value to the Lion Guard as the "keenest of sight."
Kion and the Guard lead a large herd through the Outlands to a less-crowded grazing ground.
The Lion Guard steps in when they encounter a deceptive drongo bird named Tamaa who mimics predators to scare off smaller animals.
A baby baboon is rescued by the Lion Guard and Fuli is charged with returning it to its mother.
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