In the movie, Max and Thor are two poachers posing as trackers were hired by Lyle who thinks that they are the best guiders in the world to find Ursula Stanhope. Their goal was to find the white ape and kidnap it. The next day, Ursula was believed to be kidnapped by the white ape said Lyle, so this was their chance to capture it so Max told Mr. Kwame and his men he'll will pay 50 zamoles a man if they help capture the white ape and bring him alive, the men agreed if only 100 zamoles a man which he's fine with. The nex day, they finally found her and the white ape who really is a man named George of the Jungle. While they were waiting for Lyle, they saw Shep, George's pet elephant, and they were going to shoot him then an ape named Ape stopped them and they were paused to hear him talk and shoot him with the tranquilizer gun but stopped when Lyle shot George. Them and Lyle had to go to Bujumbura Jail but they were released unlike Lyle. After that, their new goal was to kidnap Ape for using his skills in Las Vegas to have cash, room service, girls etc... and they believed nobody will stop them not even George. When they got back to Ape Mountain, their plan of Ape had succeeded and they locked him in a cage to leave Ape Mountain but had trouble leaving the place. When they were back to the treehouse they were upset, even Thor argued with the Narrator then with Max, then out of nowhere, George came back to rescue Ape then it turned into a fight with the help from the jungle animals and Ursula, Ape was saved. Later on, when Lyle came back (after escaping from jail and becoming a minister of marriages), he and his minion of mercenaries Gunner, Scooter, Hobbs, Yon and Phil locked them, Ape, and George, until a bunch of apes appeared to save George and Ape but not them. Later, they and the mercenaries were trapped in that cage and going to get peed on by Shep. In the last scene of the movie, Ape became famous in Vegas and their final fate was them being dressed as a prop tree during his show.
George of the Jungle 2
They appear in a flashback of Lyle falling into the elephant droppings as a reminder from the narrator to the audience of who Lyle is.