One day, I was with my sister and I asked her. "Hey. How about if we watch The Lion Guard?", she agrees. Because we used to love The Lion King's Timon and Pumbaa as kids, the good thing it's that it's still on TV. But we never got to see the new episodes, because we got many new things like, Martha Speaks, MLP, Spongebob, Splatoon, Thomas the Tank Engine, Tweenies, Family Guy and the simpsons
So we went to a Savers, looking for some The Lion King on Disney, but we couldn't find any. But luckily, we did. But the case looked dusty and there was a sticker labelled "The Lion Guard- Lost Episode". We then thought to ourselves, "Wow. An episode we haven't seen!".
So we bought it for $6.66, we were still confused. Then asked my sister, "How can a Lion Guard episode be that scary?". She replied, "I don't know, maybe we'll find out".
So, we went home, watch the The Lion Guard and the intro started. But it was very odd. The sky was black, the music was playing in reverse, the title card with the words "The Lion Guard" was in blood-red and Mufasa's voice sounded normal. And it just stayed there.
Then, the episode started. The episode was just called "Why?". Pride Rock was on fire, realistic fire. The camera panned into the living room, which gets more worse. Bunga, Fuli,Beshte and Ono all look scared, then one of the sharp wood from the ground fell and landed on Bunga's stomach with blood flying. My sister vomited on the floor, but we kept going.
It then cuts to outside. Then to our shocking surprise, Pride Rock was burned. There were no sign of firetrucks or ambulances during this. The dismembered heads of Bunga, Beshte, Fuli, Simba, Nala, Timon, Pumbaa, Rafiki and Ono are then seen flying. Kiara was nowhere to be seen. Then, it cut to a hill with... Oh my god, Kion! He looked dead, in fact... He was dead! It went to static for a good ten seconds.
Kion then appeared onscreen looking very sad. His body was dark grey, his eyes were missing, he was covered in blood and was frowning. We felt really bad for Kion. The picture looked more like someone would make in MS Paint. Then, Kion began to speak the most disturbing thing ever: "Why? Why did you not watch another episode of me? Thanks to you, The whole Pride Rock is dead. Can't you see that I'm suffering? Well, someday... you will regret it." The video ended there.
We took the disc out and smashed it to bits. We had nightmares from this. So after that, I couldn't take it anymore and I put all of my The Lion King stuff in the charity box. And since up to now, I never watched another episode and movie of The Lion King again.
So, the next time you come across this episode, don't watch it. Watch other things, it's for your own good.