Up Taunt: Banjo stands on his toes, stretching his body and arms, while Kazooie pokes her head out to yawn.
Side Taunt: Banjo and Kazooie swerve from left to right (and vice versa) in sync while looking at each other, followed by a confident thumbs up.
Down Taunt: Banjo performs a bow from right to left, subsequently giving his signature 'Guh huh!'.
Kazooie pecks Banjo on the head. A reference to their idle animation in Banjo-Kazooie and Banjo-Tooie.
Kazooie comes out and checks the surroundings.
Banjo collects a Jiggy and gives a thumbs up while saying "Guh huh!"
Banjo does a jig on the spot, before bowing twice and saying "Guh huh! Guh huh!" Kazooie also pops out to strike a pose.
Banjo and Kazooie play their signature instruments and strike a pose together, a reference to the intro sequence to Banjo-Kazooie.
In Competitive Play
Banjo & Kazooie's splash screen. Banjo-Kazooie are Raring to Go!
Banjo and Kazooie Victory Hand
Banjo Kazooie Taunt
Banjo firing eggs via Kazooie
Banjo & Kazooie’s reveal trailer is a spoof of King K. Rool’s reveal trailer.
This is possibly a reference to how Rare Limited developed both Donkey Kong games and Banjo-Kazooie games.
Banjo & Kazooie can be considered both Nintendo and Microsoft characters, due to the two console companies’ histories on owning the character publishing rights. This means that Banjo & Kazooie might be a dual-party character.
Banjo & Kazooie's introduction tagline refers to them as Banjo-Kazooie, the name of their game series instead of their actual names separated.
Their introduction tagline is also a nod to Rare Limited, who developed their titular game series.
Banjo & Kazooie are the first playable characters that their rights are currently owned by a direct competitor to Nintendo hardware-wise.
Kazooie along with Falco and the duck from Duck Hunt are the only avian characters.
Super Smash Bros. Ultimate – Best Friends – Nintendo Switch
Super Smash Bros. Ultimate – Mr. Sakurai Presents "Banjo & Kazooie"