Aside from Eichner and Rogen's ad-libs as meerkat Timon and flatulent
warthog Pumba, every word and emotional crescendo is secondhand, beginning with a soaring cry of "Nants Ingonyama" from Circle Of Life as a sun rises over the animals' domain.
Lavender decides that in order to meet a prince, she has to be rescued by one--preferably from dragons--so she goes into the Forest of Toothy, Vicious and Flatulent
The 2005 Tony Award-winning musical is "Lovingly ripped off from the classic film comedy 'Monty Python and the Holy Grail,''' and follows the exploits of King Arthur and his knights as they encounter killer rabbits, flatulent
Frenchmen, a legless knight, and the Knights Who Say Ni.
A Romanian lawyer, Madalin Ciculescu, is taking the law into his own hands by suing his local Orthodox bishop and four additional priests for their failure to properly exorcise "flatulent
demons" from his home, reports the U.K.'s Daily Mail.
Washington, May 23 ( ANI ): A new advertisement for Samsung televisions portrays men as dirty slobs, flatulent
, dirty, couch-bound, unkempt, and unevolved - and it now has members of the male species crying foul.
The professional that he is, Errol Blyth was clearly in distress but carried on gallantly and it wasn't until the jokes started flowing that viewers realised that Blyth was, not for the first time, at the wrong end of a flatulent
Hammond said Mexican cars reflected national characteristics, saying they were "just going to be lazy, feckless, flatulent
Poor Simba is overwhelmed by guilt - inflamed by Scar's cruel words - and he flees his homeland, finally collapsing in the jungle where he befriends the eccentric double-act of neurotic meerkat Timon (Nathan Lane) and flatulent
warthog Pumbaa (Ernie Sabella).
TV's Top Gear had to apologise in February for calling Mexicans "lazy, feckless and flatulent
And when co-host Richard Hammond sparked a diplomatic row by branding Mexicans "lazy, feckless, flatulent
", Clarkson waded in too.
Now Mastretta hopes to parlay its new-found fame into greater car sales, even though the popular BBC programme Top Gear dismissed the cars produced by the Mexican carmaker as "lazy", "feckless" and "flatulent
" -- qualities it said paralleled the national character.
The Mexican ambassador complained to the BBC about the "outrageous, vulgar and inexcusable insults" made on the show after Hammond joked that Mexican cars reflected national characteristics, saying they were "just going to be lazy, feckless, flatulent