Posted by: Amanda (simba_nala94@hotmail.com)
Date: Wed Dec 20 21:22:38 2000
Just now on the South Park Christmas Special!!! Oh my Gosh!! Mr. Hankey was trying to explain to his son themeaning of being a Christmas poo! There were TLK spoofs everywhere. My friends and I died laughing! It was too funny. They were standing on a little rock that bore a striking resemblance to Pride Rock. There were antelope and zebra and that sort of thing on an African grassland. At the end of the stupid little song, Mr. Hankey held his son up like Rafiki holds up Simba and then the there was a boom and the screen went to black. It was great. Just thought I'd let ya'll know.

Also reported by: Sema Sopoci (Eminette2786@aol.com) and Cymmba (Cymmba@ureach.com)


Posted by: Agent 99 (agent99@dryden.co.uk)
Date: Thu Jan 3 07:02:55 2002
Further to the South Park sighting, Mr Hankey and his son do in fact perform a musical number, 'Circle of Poo'. The lyrics are here:
http://www.geocities.com/spscriptorium/SPsongs.htm
Juvenile? Yes. Tasteless? Yes. Was I on the floor laughing helplessly? Yes.

Also another Simpsons one: in the episode 'Round Springfield'
Lisa's sax-playing mentor Bleedin' Gums Murphy dies. His face appears in the sky and speaks to her. He's closely followed by several famous movie ghosts, including Mufasa who says "Avenge my death, Kimba - I mean, Simba!"



Posted by: Steven Pelzel (LORDSOFTRUNKS@aol.com)
Date: Wed Apr 17 21:14:07 2002
I just watched South Park and one of the characters had TLK on DVD! Yet they couldn't watch the DVD because they didn't have a DVD player! The rich kid asked if they had TLK on VHS, and they asked what was a VHS! Ha Ha!


Posted by: Tyrell (kingtyrell@hotmail.com)
Date: Sun Jun 16 13:40:43 2002
I'm surprized no one saw this. On a episode of South Park it was the one where they said the S word 100 something times, Stan or one of the guys said " Hey Guys I have tickets to see the Lion King today wanna come?" and his friends said "No" What a shame. I would have went. lol.


Posted by: posthuman (linx4355@yahoo.com)
Date: Tue Aug 10 04:12:58 2004
in the episode of south park called 512 "here comes the neighborhood"
Token is made fun of because he is rich, when he joins the otheres he brings the lion king on dvd they all laugh at him because they never heard of dvds.
also i was watching the fresh prince of bellair and the little kid gets a bunny from will or someone and phil accidentaly sits on the shoe box containing the rabbit and when the kid finds out, the dad tries to explain, "you see when mufasa died...." and the kid was all like you sat on him didnt you.




Posted by: secrete prowler (wolfdemon822000@yahoo.com)
Date: Wed Dec 15 21:27:57 2004
In south park Stan had to kill a Mountain Lion so it didn't kill these talking "critters" and he tricks it off a cliff. Then its cubs come saying "Mommy Mommy, wake up Mommy" in the exact way Simba does to Mufasa and the lion was lying the same way too


Posted by: posthuman (linx4355@yahoo.com)
Date: Mon Jan 3 01:47:18 2005
In an episode of southpark (and i cant belive no one else saw it), kyle was looking for someone to go to TLKoB and no one would go with him, and cartman said something like hes just pissed of cause no one would go se the brodway play.

The Lion King rules all


Posted by: Brian Tiemann (btman@lionking.org)
Date: Sun Dec 17 04:06:51 2006
In the first season episode "Big Gay Al's Big Gay Boat Ride", the musical score in the scene where Stan goes back to the place where Big Gay Al's Animal Sanctuary was is a modified version of the "King of Pride Rock" theme, in what appears to be a deliberate homage.