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I wonder if the Snow Cone of Mount Kilimanjaro was the episode when a lot of people start to realize that Legends of the Hidden Temple didn't always tell true stories or legends based on true stories. It took me this episode to realize it. I remember it was once on Youtube and people were commenting on how untrue the legend is. I know this because the real first snow cone started in the 1850s in the USA. Because of that, I was doubting on whether or not I could find something to make a crossover video of it. I then starting thinking about one of my childhood Disney shows, Timon and Pumbaa (which is one of the few good Ren and Stimpy wannabe shows and one of the rare good shows that focuses on the comic relief, unlike Shnookums and Meat and Planet Sheen) and some of the episodes that focus on them in snowy enviroments, including the episode "To Kilimanjaro Bird". In this video. Let's have Timon as Reverend Charles New, Pumbaa as Tofiki (which oddly rhymes with Rafiki who also appears in the Timon and Pumbaa TV series) and the bugs as the fruits (as we all know, Timon and Pumbaa only eat bugs). We can also have the hot cocoa from the Yukon Con episode as the Snow Cone. On a side note, in Malaysia (where I'm living in), we have our own type of Snowcone called Ais kacang. Let me know if you guys want me to use the Timon and Pumba show for the Hidden Temple episode, The Bent Shaving Pan of Jedediah Smith. Let's just say Timon and Pumbaa have issues with a bear.