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According to all known laws of aviation, there is no way that a bee should be 
able to fly. Its wings are too small to get its fat little body off the ground. 
The bee, of course, flies anyway. Because bees don’t care what humans think is 
Sneakers on the ground. Camera PANS UP to reveal BARRY BENSON’S BEDROOM ANGLE 
ON: Barry’s hand flipping through different sweaters in his closet. BARRY Yellow
black, yellow black, yellow black, yellow black, yellow black, yellow 
black...oohh, black and yellow... ANGLE ON: Barry wearing the sweater he picked,
looking in the mirror. BARRY (CONT’D) Yeah, let’s shake it up a little. He picks
the black and yellow one. He then goes to the sink, takes the top off a 
CONTAINER OF HONEY, and puts some honey into his hair. He squirts some in his 
mouth and gargles. Then he takes the lid off the bottle, and rolls some on like 
BENSON, yells up at Barry. JANET BENSON Barry, breakfast is ready! CUT TO: "Bee 
SFX: Phone RINGING. Barry’s antennae vibrate as they RING like a phone. Barry’s 
hands are wet. He looks around for a towel. BARRY (CONT’D) Hang on a second! He 
wipes his hands on his sweater, and pulls his antennae down to his ear and 
mouth. BARRY (CONT'D) Hello? His best friend, ADAM FLAYMAN, is on the other end.
ADAM Barry? BARRY Adam? ADAM Can you believe this is happening? BARRY Can’t 
believe it. I’ll pick you up. Barry sticks his stinger in a sharpener. SFX: 
BUZZING AS HIS STINGER IS SHARPENED. He tests the sharpness with his finger. 
SFX: Bing. BARRY (CONT’D) Looking sharp. ANGLE ON: Barry hovering down the hall,
sliding down the staircase bannister. Barry’s mother, JANET BENSON, is in the 
kitchen. JANET BENSON Barry, why don’t you use the stairs? Your father paid good
money for those. "Bee Movie" - JS REVISIONS 8/13/07 2. BARRY Sorry, I’m excited.
Barry’s father, MARTIN BENSON, ENTERS. He’s reading a NEWSPAPER with the 
HEADLINE, “Queen gives birth to thousandtuplets: Resting Comfortably.” MARTIN 
BENSON Here’s the graduate. We’re very proud of you, Son. And a perfect report 
card, all B’s. JANET BENSON (mushing Barry’s hair) Very proud. BARRY Ma! I’ve 
got a thing going here. Barry re-adjusts his hair, starts to leave. JANET BENSON
You’ve got some lint on your fuzz. She picks it off. BARRY Ow, that’s me! MARTIN
BENSON Wave to us. We’ll be in row 118,000. Barry zips off. BARRY Bye! JANET 
BENSON Barry, I told you, stop flying in the house! CUT TO: SEQ. 750 - DRIVING 
his CAR. "Bee Movie" - JS REVISIONS 8/13/07 3. ANGLE ON: Barry’s friend, ADAM 
FLAYMAN, standing by the curb. He’s reading a NEWSPAPER with the HEADLINE: 
“Frisbee Hits Hive: Internet Down. Bee-stander: “I heard a sound, and next thing
I knew...wham-o!.” Barry drives up, stops in front of Adam. Adam jumps in. BARRY
Hey, Adam. ADAM Hey, Barry. (pointing at Barry’s hair) Is that fuzz gel? BARRY A
little. It’s a special day. Finally graduating. ADAM I never thought I’d make 
it. BARRY Yeah, three days of grade school, three days of high school. ADAM 
Those were so awkward. BARRY Three days of college. I’m glad I took off one day 
in the middle and just hitchhiked around the hive. ADAM You did come back 
different. They drive by a bee who’s jogging. ARTIE Hi Barry! BARRY (to a bee 
pedestrian) Hey Artie, growing a mustache? Looks good. Barry and Adam drive from
the suburbs into the city. ADAM Hey, did you hear about Frankie? "Bee Movie" - 
JS REVISIONS 8/13/07 4. BARRY Yeah. ADAM You going to his funeral? BARRY No, I’m
not going to his funeral. Everybody knows you sting someone you die, you don’t 
waste it on a squirrel. He was such a hot head. ADAM Yeah, I guess he could’ve 
just gotten out of the way. The DRIVE through a loop de loop. BARRY AND ADAM 
Whoa...Whooo...wheee!! ADAM I love this incorporating the amusement park right 
into our regular day. BARRY I guess that’s why they say we don’t need vacations.
Adam come to a stop. They exit the car, and fly over the crowd to their seats. *
BARRY * (re: graduation ceremony) * Boy, quite a bit of pomp...under * the 
circumstances. * They land in their seats. BARRY (CONT’D) Well Adam, today we 
are men. "Bee Movie" - JS REVISIONS 8/13/07 5. ADAM We are. BARRY Bee-men. ADAM 
Amen! BARRY Hallelujah. Barry hits Adam’s forehead. Adam goes into the rapture. 
An announcement comes over the PA. ANNOUNCER (V.O) Students, faculty, 
distinguished bees...please welcome, Dean Buzzwell. ANGLE ON: DEAN BUZZWELL 
steps up to the podium. The podium has a sign that reads: “Welcome Graduating 
Class of:”, with train-station style flipping numbers after it. BUZZWELL Welcome
New Hive City graduating class of... The numbers on the podium change to 9:15. 
BUZZWELL (CONT’D) ...9:15. (he clears his throat) And that concludes our 
graduation ceremonies. And begins your career at Honex Industries. BARRY Are we 
going to pick our job today? ADAM I heard it’s just orientation. The rows of 
chairs change in transformer-like mechanical motion to Universal Studios type 
tour trams. Buzzwell walks off stage. BARRY (re: trams) Whoa, heads up! Here we 
go. "Bee Movie" - JS REVISIONS 8/13/07 6. SEQ. 125 - “FACTORY” FEMALE VOICE 
(V.O) Keep your hands and antennas inside the tram at all times. (in Spanish) 
Dejen las manos y antennas adentro del tram a todos tiempos. BARRY I wonder what
it’s going to be like? ADAM A little scary. Barry shakes Adam. BARRY AND ADAM 
AAHHHH! The tram passes under SIGNS READING: “Honex: A Division of Honesco: A 
Part of the Hexagon Group.” TRUDY Welcome to Honex, a division of Honesco, and a
part of the Hexagon group. BARRY This is it! The Honex doors OPEN, revealing the
factory. BARRY (CONT’D) Wow. TRUDY We know that you, as a bee, have worked your 
whole life to get to the point where you can work for your whole life. Honey 
begins when our valiant pollen jocks bring the nectar to the hive where our top 
secret formula is automatically color-corrected, scent adjusted and bubble 
contoured into this... Trudy GRABS a TEST TUBE OF HONEY from a technician. "Bee 
Movie" - JS REVISIONS 8/13/07 7. TRUDY (CONT’D) ...soothing, sweet syrup with 
its distinctive golden glow, you all know as... EVERYONE ON THE TRAM (in unison)
H-o-n-e-y. Trudy flips the flask into the crowd, and laughs as they all scramble
for it. ANGLE ON: A GIRL BEE catching the honey. ADAM (sotto) That girl was hot.
BARRY (sotto) She’s my cousin. ADAM She is? BARRY Yes, we’re all cousins. ADAM 
Right. You’re right. TRUDY At Honex, we also constantly strive to improve every 
aspect of bee existence. These bees are stress testing a new helmet technology. 
ANGLE ON: A STUNT BEE in a HELMET getting hit with a NEWSPAPER, then a SHOE, 
then a FLYSWATTER. He gets up, and gives a “thumb’s up”. The graduate bees 
APPLAUD. ADAM (re: stunt bee) What do you think he makes? BARRY Not enough. 
TRUDY And here we have our latest advancement, the Krelman. "Bee Movie" - JS 
REVISIONS 8/13/07 8. BARRY Wow, what does that do? TRUDY Catches that little 
strand of honey that hangs after you pour it. Saves us millions. ANGLE ON: The 
Krelman machine. Bees with hand-shaped hats on, rotating around a wheel to catch
drips of honey. Adam’s hand shoots up. ADAM Can anyone work on the Krelman? 
TRUDY Of course. Most bee jobs are small ones. But bees know that every small 
job, if it’s done well, means a lot. There are over 3000 different bee 
occupations. But choose carefully, because you’ll stay in the job that you pick 
for the rest of your life. The bees CHEER. ANGLE ON: Barry’s smile dropping 
slightly. BARRY The same job for the rest of your life? I didn’t know that. ADAM
What’s the difference? TRUDY And you’ll be happy to know that bees as a species 
haven’t had one day off in 27 million years. BARRY So you’ll just work us to 
death? TRUDY (laughing) We’ll sure try. Everyone LAUGHS except Barry. "Bee 
Movie" - JS REVISIONS 8/13/07 9. The tram drops down a log-flume type steep 
drop. Cameras flash, as all the bees throw up their hands. The frame freezes 
into a snapshot. Barry looks concerned. The tram continues through 2 doors. FORM
flume photo, as Barry looks at it. ADAM Wow. That blew my mind. BARRY (annoyed) 
“What’s the difference?” Adam, how could you say that? One job forever? That’s 
an insane choice to have to make. ADAM Well, I’m relieved. Now we only have to 
make one decision in life. BARRY But Adam, how could they never have told us 
that? ADAM Barry, why would you question anything? We’re bees. We’re the most 
perfectly functioning society on Earth. They walk by a newspaper stand with A 
SANDWICH BOARD READING: “Bee Goes Berserk: Stings Seven Then Self.” ANGLE ON: A 
BEE filling his car’s gas tank from a honey pump. He fills his car some, then 
takes a swig for himself. NEWSPAPER BEE (to the bee guzzling gas) Hey! Barry and
Adam begin to cross the street. "Bee Movie" - JS REVISIONS 8/13/07 10. BARRY 
Yeah but Adam, did you ever think that maybe things work a little too well 
around here? They stop in the middle of the street. The traffic moves perfectly 
around them. ADAM Like what? Give me one example. BARRY (thinks) ...I don’t 
know. But you know what I’m talking about. They walk off. SEQ. 400 - “MEET THE 
JOCKS” SFX: The SOUND of Pollen Jocks. PAN DOWN from the Honex statue. J-GATE 
ANNOUNCER Please clear the gate. Royal Nectar Force on approach. Royal Nectar 
Force on approach. BARRY Wait a second. Check it out. Hey, hey, those are Pollen
jocks. ADAM Wow. FOUR PATROL BEES FLY in through the hive’s giant Gothic 
entrance. The Patrol Bees are wearing fighter pilot helmets with black visors. 
ADAM (CONT’D) I’ve never seen them this close. BARRY They know what it’s like to
go outside the hive. ADAM Yeah, but some of them don’t come back. "Bee Movie" - 
JS REVISIONS 8/13/07 11. The nectar from the pollen jocks is removed from their 
backpacks, and loaded into trucks on their way to Honex. A SMALL CROWD forms 
around the Patrol Bees. Each one has a PIT CREW that takes their nectar. Lou 
Loduca hurries a pit crew along: LOU LODUCA You guys did great! You’re monsters.
You’re sky freaks! I love it! I love it! SCHOOL GIRLS are jumping up and down 
and squealing nearby. BARRY I wonder where those guys have just been? ADAM I 
don’t know. BARRY Their day’s not planned. Outside the hive, flying who-knows-
where, doing who-knows-what. ADAM You can’t just decide one day to be a Pollen 
Jock. You have to be bred for that. BARRY Right. Pollen Jocks cross in close 
proximity to Barry and Adam. Some pollen falls off, onto Barry and Adam. BARRY 
(CONT’D) Look at that. That’s more pollen than you and I will ever see in a 
lifetime. ADAM (playing with the pollen) It’s just a status symbol. I think bees
make too big a deal out of it. BARRY Perhaps, unless you’re wearing it, and the 
ladies see you wearing it. ANGLE ON: Two girl bees. "Bee Movie" - JS REVISIONS 
8/13/07 12. ADAM Those ladies? Aren’t they our cousins too? BARRY Distant, 
distant. ANGLE ON: TWO POLLEN JOCKS. JACKSON Look at these two. SPLITZ Couple of
Hive Harrys. JACKSON Let’s have some fun with them. The pollen jocks approach. 
Barry and Adam continue to talk to the girls. GIRL 1 It must be so dangerous 
being a pollen jock. BARRY Oh yeah, one time a bear had me pinned up against a 
mushroom. He had one paw on my throat, and with the other he was slapping me 
back and forth across the face. GIRL 1 Oh my. BARRY I never thought I’d knock 
him out. GIRL 2 (to Adam) And what were you doing during all of this? ADAM 
Obviously I was trying to alert the authorities. The girl swipes some pollen off
of Adam with a finger. BARRY (re: pollen) I can autograph that if you want. "Bee
Movie" - JS REVISIONS 8/13/07 13. JACKSON Little gusty out there today, wasn’t 
it, comrades? BARRY Yeah. Gusty. BUZZ You know, we’re going to hit a sunflower 
patch about six miles from here tomorrow. BARRY Six miles, huh? ADAM 
(whispering) Barry. BUZZ It’s a puddle-jump for us. But maybe you’re not up for 
it. BARRY Maybe I am. ADAM (whispering louder) You are not! BUZZ We’re going, 
oh-nine hundred at JGate. ADAM (re: j-gate) Whoa. BUZZ (leaning in, on top of 
Barry) What do you think, Buzzy Boy? Are you bee enough? BARRY I might be. It 
all depends on what oh-nine hundred means. CUT TO: SEQ. 450 - “THE BALCONY” "Bee
standing on the balcony alone, looking out over the city. Martin Benson ENTERS, 
sneaks up behind Barry and gooses him in his ribs. MARTIN BENSON Honex! BARRY 
Oh, Dad. You surprised me. MARTIN BENSON (laughing) Have you decided what you’re
interested in, Son? BARRY Well, there’s a lot of choices. MARTIN BENSON But you 
only get one. Martin LAUGHS. BARRY Dad, do you ever get bored doing the same job
every day? MARTIN BENSON Son, let me tell you something about stirring. (making 
the stirring motion) You grab that stick and you just move it around, and you 
stir it around. You get yourself into a rhythm, it’s a beautiful thing. BARRY 
You know dad, the more I think about it, maybe the honey field just isn’t right 
for me. MARTIN BENSON And you were thinking of what, making balloon animals? 
That’s a bad job for a guy with a stinger. "Bee Movie" - JS REVISIONS 8/13/07 
15. BARRY Well no... MARTIN BENSON Janet, your son’s not sure he wants to go 
into honey. JANET BENSON Oh Barry, you are so funny sometimes. BARRY I’m not 
trying to be funny. MARTIN BENSON You’re not funny, you’re going into honey. Our
son, the stirrer. JANET BENSON You’re going to be a stirrer?! BARRY No one’s 
listening to me. MARTIN BENSON Wait until you see the sticks I have for you. 
BARRY I can say anything I want right now. I’m going to get an ant tattoo. JANET
BENSON Let’s open some fresh honey and celebrate. BARRY Maybe I’ll pierce my 
thorax! MARTIN BENSON (toasting) To honey! BARRY Shave my antennae! JANET BENSON
To honey! "Bee Movie" - JS REVISIONS 8/13/07 16. BARRY Shack up with a 
grasshopper, get a gold tooth, and start calling everybody “Dawg.” CUT TO: SEQ. 
One group of bees stands on the pavement, as another group hovers above them. A 
doubledecker bus pulls up. The hovering bees get on the top level, and the 
standing bees get on the bottom. Barry and Adam pull up outside of Honex. ADAM I
can’t believe we’re starting work today. BARRY Today’s the day. Adam jumps out 
of the car. ADAM (O.C) Come on. All the good jobs will be gone. BARRY Yeah, 
Processor, is at the counter. Another BEE APPLICANT, SANDY SHRIMPKIN is EXITING.
SANDY SHRIMPKIN Is it still available? BUZZWELL Hang on. (he looks at changing 
numbers on the board) Two left. And...one of them’s yours. Congratulations Son, 
step to the side please. "Bee Movie" - JS REVISIONS 8/13/07 17. SANDY SHRIMPKIN 
Yeah! ADAM (to Sandy, leaving) What did you get? SANDY SHRIMPKIN Picking the 
crud out. That is stellar! ADAM Wow. BUZZWELL (to Adam and Barry) Couple of 
newbies? ADAM Yes Sir. Our first day. We are ready. BUZZWELL Well, step up and 
make your choice. ANGLE ON: A CHART listing the different sectors of Honex. 
Heating, Cooling, Viscosity, Krelman, Pollen Counting, Stunt Bee, Pouring, 
Stirrer, Humming, Regurgitating, Front Desk, Hair Removal, Inspector No. 7, 
Chef, Lint Coordinator, Stripe Supervisor, Antennae-ball polisher, Mite 
Wrangler, Swatting Counselor, Wax Monkey, Wing Brusher, Hive Keeper, Restroom 
Attendant. ADAM (to Barry) You want to go first? BARRY No, you go. ADAM Oh my. 
What’s available? BUZZWELL Restroom attendant is always open, and not for the 
reason you think. ADAM Any chance of getting on to the Krelman, Sir? BUZZWELL 
Sure, you’re on. "Bee Movie" - JS REVISIONS 8/13/07 18. He plops the KRELMAN HAT
onto Adam’s head. ANGLE ON: The job board. THE COLUMNS READ: “OCCUPATION” 
“POSITIONS AVAILABLE”, and “STATUS”. The middle column has numbers, and the 
right column has job openings flipping between “open”, “pending”, and “closed”. 
BUZZWELL (CONT’D) Oh, I’m sorry. The Krelman just closed out. ADAM Oh! He takes 
the hat off Adam. BUZZWELL Wax Monkey’s always open. The Krelman goes from 
“Closed” to “Open”. BUZZWELL (CONT’D) And the Krelman just opened up again. ADAM
What happened? BUZZWELL Well, whenever a bee dies, that’s an opening. (pointing 
at the board) See that? He’s dead, dead, another dead one, deady, deadified, two
more dead. Dead from the neck up, dead from the neck down. But, that’s life. 
ANGLE ON: Barry’s disturbed expression. ADAM (feeling pressure to decide) Oh, 
this is so hard. Heating, cooling, stunt bee, pourer, stirrer, humming, 
inspector no. 7, lint coordinator, stripe supervisor, antenna-ball polisher, 
mite wrangler-- Barry, Barry, what do you think I should-- Barry? Barry? "Bee 
Movie" - JS REVISIONS 8/13/07 19. Barry is gone. CUT TO: SEQ. 775 - “LOU LODUCA 
SPEECH” EXT. J-GATE - SAME TIME Splitz, Jackson, Buzz, Lou and two other BEES 
are going through final pre-flight checks. Barry ENTERS. LOU LODUCA Alright, 
we’ve got the sunflower patch in quadrant nine. Geranium window box on Sutton 
Place... Barry’s antennae rings, like a phone. ADAM (V.O) What happened to you? 
Where are you? Barry whispers throughout. BARRY I’m going out. ADAM (V.O) Out? 
Out where? BARRY Out there. ADAM (V.O) (putting it together) Oh no. BARRY I have
to, before I go to work for the rest of my life. ADAM (V.O) You’re going to die!
You’re crazy! Hello? BARRY Oh, another call coming in. "Bee Movie" - JS 
REVISIONS 8/13/07 20. ADAM (V.O) You’re cra-- Barry HANGS UP. ANGLE ON: Lou 
Loduca. LOU LODUCA If anyone’s feeling brave, there’s a Korean Deli on 83rd that
gets their roses today. BARRY (timidly) Hey guys. BUZZ Well, look at that. 
SPLITZ Isn’t that the kid we saw yesterday? LOU LODUCA (to Barry) Hold it son, 
flight deck’s restricted. JACKSON It’s okay Lou, we’re going to take him up. 
Splitz and Jackson CHUCKLE. LOU LODUCA Really? Feeling lucky, are ya? A YOUNGER 
SMALLER BEE THAN BARRY, CHET, runs up with a release waiver for Barry to sign. 
CHET Sign here. Here. Just initial that. Thank you. LOU LODUCA Okay, you got a 
rain advisory today and as you all know, bees cannot fly in rain. So be careful.
As always, (reading off clipboard) watch your brooms, hockey sticks, dogs, 
birds, bears, and bats. "Bee Movie" - JS REVISIONS 8/13/07 21. Also, I got a 
couple reports of root beer being poured on us. Murphy’s in a home because of 
it, just babbling like a cicada. BARRY That’s awful. LOU LODUCA And a reminder 
for all you rookies, bee law number one, absolutely no talking to humans. 
Alright, launch positions! The Jocks get into formation, chanting as they move. 
LOU LODUCA (CONT’D) Black and Yellow! JOCKS Hello! SPLITZ (to Barry) Are you 
ready for this, hot shot? BARRY Yeah. Yeah, bring it on. Barry NODS, terrified. 
BUZZ Wind! - CHECK! JOCK #1 Antennae! - CHECK! JOCK #2 Nectar pack! - CHECK! 
JACKSON Wings! - CHECK! SPLITZ Stinger! - CHECK! BARRY Scared out of my shorts -
CHECK. LOU LODUCA Okay ladies, let’s move it out. Everyone FLIPS their goggles 
down. Pit crew bees CRANK their wings, and remove the starting blocks. We hear 
loud HUMMING. "Bee Movie" - JS REVISIONS 8/13/07 22. LOU LODUCA (CONT'D) LOU 
LODUCA (CONT’D) Pound those petunia's, you striped stem-suckers! All of you, 
drain those flowers! A FLIGHT DECK GUY in deep crouch hand-signals them out the 
archway as the backwash from the bee wings FLUTTERS his jump suit. Barry follows
everyone. SEQ. 800 - “FLYING WITH THE JOCKS” The bees climb above tree tops in 
formation. Barry is euphoric. BARRY Whoa! I’m out! I can’t believe I’m out! So 
blue. Ha ha ha! (a beat) I feel so fast...and free. (re: kites in the sky) Box 
kite! Wow! They fly by several bicyclists, and approach a patch of flowers. 
BARRY (CONT'D) Flowers! SPLITZ This is blue leader. We have roses visual. Bring 
it around thirty degrees and hold. BARRY (sotto) Roses. JACKSON Thirty degrees, 
roger, bringing it around. Many pollen jocks break off from the main group. They
use their equipment to collect nectar from flowers. Barry flies down to watch 
the jocks collect the nectar. JOCK Stand to the side kid, it’s got a bit of a 
kick. The jock fires the gun, and recoils. Barry watches the gun fill up with 
nectar. "Bee Movie" - JS REVISIONS 8/13/07 23. BARRY Oh, that is one Nectar 
Collector. JOCK You ever see pollination up close? BARRY No, Sir. He takes off, 
and the excess pollen dust falls causing the flowers to come back to life. JOCK 
(as he pollinates) I pick some pollen up over here, sprinkle it over here, maybe
a dash over there, pinch on that one...see that? It’s a little bit of magic, 
ain’t it? The FLOWERS PERK UP as he pollinates. BARRY Wow. That’s amazing. Why 
do we do that? JOCK ...that’s pollen power, Kid. More pollen, more flowers, more
nectar, more honey for us. BARRY Cool. The Jock WINKS at Barry. Barry rejoins 
the other jocks in the sky. They swoop in over a pond, kissing the surface. We 
see their image reflected in the water; they’re really moving. They fly over a 
fountain. BUZZ I’m picking up a lot of bright yellow, could be daisies. Don’t we
need those? SPLITZ Copy that visual. We see what appear to be yellow flowers on 
a green field. "Bee Movie" - JS REVISIONS 8/13/07 24. They go into a deep bank 
and dive. BUZZ Hold on, one of these flowers seems to be on the move. SPLITZ Say
again...Are you reporting a moving flower? BUZZ Affirmative. SEQ. 900 - “TENNIS 
GAME” The pollen jocks land. It is a tennis court with dozens of tennis balls. A
COUPLE, VANESSA and KEN, plays tennis. The bees land right in the midst of a 
group of balls. KEN (O.C) That was on the line! The other bees start walking 
around amongst the immense, yellow globes. SPLITZ This is the coolest. What is 
it? They stop at a BALL on a white line and look up at it. JACKSON I don’t know,
but I’m loving this color. SPLITZ (smelling tennis ball) Smells good. Not like a
flower. But I like it. JACKSON Yeah, fuzzy. BUZZ Chemical-y. JACKSON Careful, 
guys, it’s a little grabby. Barry LANDS on a ball and COLLAPSES. "Bee Movie" - 
JS REVISIONS 8/13/07 25. BARRY Oh my sweet lord of bees. JACKSON Hey, candy 
brain, get off there! Barry attempts to pulls his legs off, but they stick. 
BARRY Problem! A tennis shoe and a hand ENTER FRAME. The hand picks up the ball 
with Barry underneath it. BARRY (CONT'D) Guys! BUZZ This could be bad. JACKSON 
Affirmative. Vanessa walks back to the service line, BOUNCES the ball. Each time
it BOUNCES, the other bees cringe and GASP. ANGLE ON: Barry, terrified. Pure 
dumb luck, he’s not getting squished. BARRY (with each bounce) Very 
close...Gonna Hurt...Mamma’s little boy. SPLITZ You are way out of position, 
rookie. ANGLE ON: Vanessa serving. We see Barry and the ball up against the 
racket as she brings it back. She tosses the ball into the air; Barry’s eyes 
widen. The ball is STRUCK, and the rally is on. KEN Coming in at you like a 
missile! Ken HITS the ball back. Barry feels the g-forces. ANGLE ON: The Pollen 
Jocks watching Barry pass by them in SLOW MOTION. "Bee Movie" - JS REVISIONS 
8/13/07 26. BARRY (in slow motion) Help me! JACKSON You know, I don't think 
these are flowers. SPLITZ Should we tell him? JACKSON I think he knows. BARRY 
(O.S) What is this?! Vanessa HITS a high arcing lob. Ken waits, poised for the 
return. We see Barry having trouble maneuvering the ball from fatigue. KEN 
(overly confident) Match point! ANGLE ON: Ken running up. He has a killer look 
in his eyes. He’s going to hit the ultimate overhead smash. KEN (CONT'D) You can
just start packing up Honey, because I believe you’re about to eat it! ANGLE ON:
Pollen Jocks. JACKSON Ahem! Ken is distracted by the jock. KEN What? No! He 
misses badly. The ball rockets into oblivion. Barry is still hanging on. ANGLE 
ON: Ken, berating himself. KEN (CONT’D) Oh, you cannot be serious. We hear the 
ball WHISTLING, and Barry SCREAMING. "Bee Movie" - JS REVISIONS 8/13/07 27. 
BARRY Yowser!!! SEQ. 1000 - “SUV” The ball flies through the air, and lands in 
the middle of the street. It bounces into the street again, and sticks in the 
grille of an SUV. INT. CAR ENGINE - CONTINUOUS BARRY’S POV: the grille of the 
SUV sucks him up. He tumbles through a black tunnel, whirling vanes, and 
pistons. BARRY AHHHHHHHHHHH!! OHHHH!! EECHHH!! AHHHHHH!! Barry gets chilled by 
the A/C system, and sees a frozen grasshopper. BARRY (CONT’D) (re: grasshopper) 
Eww, gross. CUT TO: INT. CAR - CONTINUOUS The car is packed with a typical 
suburban family: MOTHER, FATHER, eight-year old BOY, LITTLE GIRL in a car seat 
and a GRANDMOTHER. A big slobbery DOG is behind a grate. Barry pops into the 
passenger compartment, hitting the Mother’s magazine. MOTHER There’s a bee in 
the car! They all notice the bee and start SCREAMING. BARRY Aaahhhh! Barry 
tumbles around the car. We see the faces from his POV. MOTHER Do something! "Bee
Movie" - JS REVISIONS 8/13/07 28. FATHER I’m driving! Barry flies by the little 
girl in her CAR SEAT. She waves hello. LITTLE GIRL Hi, bee. SON He’s back here! 
He’s going to sting me! The car SWERVES around the road. Barry flies into the 
back, where the slobbery dog SNAPS at him. Barry deftly avoids the jaws and 
gross, flying SPITTLE. MOTHER Nobody move. If you don’t move, he won’t sting 
you. Freeze! Everyone in the car freezes. Barry freezes. They stare at each 
other, eyes going back and forth, waiting to see who will make the first move. 
Barry blinks. GRANNY He blinked! Granny pulls out a can of HAIR SPRAY. SON Spray
him, Granny! Granny sprays the hair spray everywhere. FATHER What are you doing?
GRANNY It’s hair spray! Extra hold! MOTHER Kill it! Barry gets sprayed back by 
the hair spray, then sucked out of the sunroof. CUT TO: "Bee Movie" - JS 
REVISIONS 8/13/07 29. EXT. CITY STREET - CONTINUOUS BARRY Wow. The tension level
out here is unbelievable. I’ve got to get home. As Barry flies down the street, 
it starts to RAIN. He nimbly avoids the rain at first. BARRY (CONT’D) Whoa. 
Whoa! Can’t fly in rain! Can’t fly in rain! Can’t fly in-- A couple of drops hit
him, his wings go limp and he starts falling. BARRY (CONT'D) Mayday! Mayday! Bee
going down! Barry sees a window ledge and aims for it and just makes it. 
Shivering and exhausted, he crawls into an open window as it CLOSES. SEQ. 1100 -
Barry SHAKES off the rain like a dog. Vanessa, Ken, Andy, and Anna ENTER the 
apartment. VANESSA Ken, can you close the window please? KEN Huh? Oh. (to Andy) 
Hey, check out my new resume. I made it into a fold-out brochure. You see? It 
folds out. Ken holds up his brochure, with photos of himself, and a resume in 
the middle. ANGLE ON: Barry hiding behind the curtains, as Ken CLOSES THE 
WINDOW. "Bee Movie" - JS REVISIONS 8/13/07 30. BARRY Oh no, more humans. I don’t
need this. Barry HOVERS up into the air and THROWS himself into the glass. BARRY
(CONT’D) (dazed) Ow! What was that? He does it again, and then multiple more 
times. BARRY (CONT'D) Maybe this time...this time, this time, this time, this 
time, this time, this time, this time. Barry JUMPS onto the drapes. BARRY 
(CONT'D) (out of breath) Drapes! (then, re: glass) That is diabolical. KEN It’s 
fantastic. It’s got all my special skills, even my top ten favorite movies. ANDY
What’s your number one? Star Wars? KEN Ah, I don’t go for that, (makes Star Wars
noises), kind of stuff. ANGLE ON: Barry. BARRY No wonder we’re not supposed to 
talk to them. They’re out of their minds. KEN When I walk out of a job interview
they’re flabbergasted. They can’t believe the things I say. Barry looks around 
and sees the LIGHT BULB FIXTURE in the middle of the ceiling. "Bee Movie" - JS 
REVISIONS 8/13/07 31. BARRY (re: light bulb) Oh, there’s the sun. Maybe that’s a
way out. Barry takes off and heads straight for the light bulb. His POV: The 
seventy-five watt label grows as he gets closer. BARRY (CONT’D) I don’t remember
the sun having a big seventy five on it. Barry HITS the bulb and is KNOCKED 
SILLY. He falls into a BOWL OF GUACAMOLE. Andy dips his chip in the guacamole, 
taking Barry with it. ANGLE ON: Ken and Andy. KEN I’ll tell you what. You know 
what? I predicted global warming. I could feel it getting hotter. At first I 
thought it was just me. Barry’s POV: Giant human mouth opening. KEN (CONT’D) 
Wait! Stop! Beeeeeee! ANNA Kill it! Kill it! They all JUMP up from their chairs.
Andy looks around for something to use. Ken comes in for the kill with a big 
TIMBERLAND BOOT on each hand. KEN Stand back. These are winter boots. Vanessa 
ENTERS, and stops Ken from squashing Barry. VANESSA (grabs Ken’s arm) Wait. 
Don’t kill him. CLOSE UP: on Barry’s puzzled face. KEN You know I’m allergic to 
them. This thing could kill me. "Bee Movie" - JS REVISIONS 8/13/07 32. VANESSA 
Why does his life have any less value than yours? She takes a GLASS TUMBLER and 
places it over Barry. KEN Why does his life have any less value than mine? Is 
that your statement? VANESSA I’m just saying, all life has value. You don’t know
what he’s capable of feeling. Barry looks up through the glass and watches this 
conversation, astounded. Vanessa RIPS Ken’s resume in half and SLIDES it under 
the glass. KEN (wistful) My brochure. There’s a moment of eye contact as she 
carries Barry to the window. She opens it and sets him free. VANESSA There you 
go, little guy. KEN (O.C) I’m not scared of them. But, you know, it’s an 
allergic thing. ANDY (O.C) * Hey, why don’t you put that on your * resume-
brochure? * KEN (O.C) It’s not funny, my whole face could puff up. ANDY (O.C) 
Make it one of your “Special Skills.” KEN (O.C) You know, knocking someone out 
is also a special skill. CUT TO: "Bee Movie" - JS REVISIONS 8/13/07 33. EXT. 
WINDOWSILL - CONTINUOUS Barry stares over the window frame. He can’t believe 
what’s just happened. It is still RAINING. DISSOLVE TO: SEQ. 1200 - “BARRY 
SPEAKS” EXT. WINDOWSILL - LATER Barry is still staring through the window. 
Inside, everyone’s saying their good-byes. KEN Vanessa, next week? Yogurt night?
VANESSA Uh, yeah sure Ken. You know, whatever. KEN You can put carob chips on 
there. VANESSA Good night. KEN (as he exits) Supposed to be less calories, or 
something. VANESSA Bye. She shuts the door. Vanessa starts cleaning up. BARRY 
I’ve got to say something. She saved my life. I’ve got to say something. 
Alright, here it goes. Barry flies in. "Bee Movie" - JS REVISIONS 8/13/07 34. 
INT. VANESSA’S APARTMENT - CONTINUOUS Barry hides himself on different PRODUCTS 
placed along the kitchen shelves. He hides on a Bumblebee Tuna can, and a 
“Greetings From Coney Island” MUSCLE-MAN POSTCARD on the fridge. BARRY (on 
fridge) What would I say? (landing on a bottle) I could really get in trouble. 
He stands looking at Vanessa. BARRY (CONT'D) It’s a bee law. You’re not supposed
to talk to a human. I can’t believe I’m doing this. I’ve got to. Oh, I can’t do 
it! Come on! No, yes, no, do it! I can’t. How should I start it? You like jazz? 
No, that’s no good. Here she comes. Speak, you fool. As Vanessa walks by, Barry 
takes a DEEP BREATH. BARRY (CONT’D) (cheerful) Umm...hi. Vanessa DROPS A STACK 
OF DISHES, and HOPS BACK. BARRY (CONT’D) I’m sorry. VANESSA You’re talking. 
BARRY Yes, I know, I know. VANESSA You’re talking. BARRY I know, I’m sorry. I’m 
so sorry. VANESSA It’s okay. It’s fine. It’s just, I know I’m dreaming, but I 
don’t recall going to bed. "Bee Movie" - JS REVISIONS 8/13/07 35. BARRY Well, 
you know I’m sure this is very disconcerting. VANESSA Well yeah. I mean this is 
a bit of a surprise to me. I mean...you’re a bee. BARRY Yeah, I am a bee, and 
you know I’m not supposed to be doing this, but they were all trying to kill me 
and if it wasn’t for you...I mean, I had to thank you. It’s just the way I was 
raised. Vanessa intentionally JABS her hand with a FORK. VANESSA Ow! BARRY That 
was a little weird. VANESSA (to herself) I’m talking to a bee. BARRY Yeah. 
VANESSA I’m talking to a bee. BARRY Anyway... VANESSA And a bee is talking to 
me... BARRY I just want you to know that I’m grateful, and I’m going to leave 
now. VANESSA Wait, wait, wait, wait, how did you learn to do that? BARRY What? 
"Bee Movie" - JS REVISIONS 8/13/07 36. VANESSA The talking thing. BARRY Same way
you did, I guess. Mama, Dada, honey, you pick it up. VANESSA That’s very funny. 
BARRY Yeah. Bees are funny. If we didn’t laugh, we’d cry. With what we have to 
deal with. Vanessa LAUGHS. BARRY (CONT’D) Anyway. VANESSA Can I, uh, get you 
something? BARRY Like what? VANESSA I don’t know. I mean, I don’t know. Coffee? 
BARRY Well, uh, I don’t want to put you out. VANESSA It’s no trouble. BARRY 
Unless you’re making anyway. VANESSA Oh, it takes two minutes. BARRY Really? 
VANESSA It’s just coffee. BARRY I hate to impose. "Bee Movie" - JS REVISIONS 
8/13/07 37. VANESSA Don’t be ridiculous. BARRY Actually, I would love a cup. 
VANESSA Hey, you want a little rum cake? BARRY I really shouldn’t. VANESSA Have 
a little rum cake. BARRY No, no, no, I can’t. VANESSA Oh, come on. BARRY You 
know, I’m trying to lose a couple micrograms here. VANESSA Where? BARRY Well... 
These stripes don’t help. VANESSA You look great. BARRY I don’t know if you know
anything about fashion. Vanessa starts POURING the coffee through an imaginary 
cup and directly onto the floor. BARRY (CONT'D) Are you alright? VANESSA No. 
DISSOLVE TO: SEQ. 1300 - “ROOFTOP COFFEE” "Bee Movie" - JS REVISIONS 8/13/07 38.
EXT. VANESSA’S ROOF - LATER Barry and Vanessa are drinking coffee on her roof 
terrace. He is perched on her keychain. BARRY ...He can’t get a taxi. He’s 
making the tie in the cab, as they’re flying up Madison. So he finally gets 
there. VANESSA Uh huh? BARRY He runs up the steps into the church, the wedding 
is on... VANESSA Yeah? BARRY ...and he says, watermelon? I thought you said 
Guatemalan. VANESSA Uh huh? BARRY Why would I marry a watermelon? Barry laughs. 
Vanessa doesn’t. VANESSA Oh! Is that, uh, a bee joke? BARRY Yeah, that’s the 
kind of stuff that we do. VANESSA Yeah, different. A BEAT. VANESSA (CONT’D) So 
anyway...what are you going to do, Barry? "Bee Movie" - JS REVISIONS 8/13/07 39.
BARRY About work? I don’t know. I want to do my part for the hive, but I can’t 
do it the way they want. VANESSA I know how you feel. BARRY You do? VANESSA 
Sure, my parents wanted me to be a lawyer or doctor, but I wanted to be a 
florist. BARRY Really? VANESSA My only interest is flowers. BARRY Our new queen 
was just elected with that same campaign slogan. VANESSA Oh. BARRY Anyway, see 
there’s my hive, right there. You can see it. VANESSA Oh, you’re in Sheep 
Meadow. BARRY (excited) Yes! You know the turtle pond? VANESSA Yes? BARRY I’m 
right off of that. VANESSA Oh, no way. I know that area. Do you know I lost a 
toe-ring there once? BARRY Really? "Bee Movie" - JS REVISIONS 8/13/07 40. 
VANESSA Yes. BARRY Why do girls put rings on their toes? VANESSA Why not? BARRY 
I don’t know. It’s like putting a hat on your knee. VANESSA Really? Okay. A 
JANITOR in the background changes a LIGHTBULB. To him, it appears that Vanessa 
is talking to an imaginary friend. JANITOR You all right, ma’am? VANESSA Oh, 
yeah, fine. Just having two cups of coffee. BARRY Anyway, this has been great. 
(wiping his mouth) Thanks for the coffee. Barry gazes at Vanessa. VANESSA Oh 
yeah, it’s no trouble. BARRY Sorry I couldn’t finish it. Vanessa giggles. BARRY 
(CONT'D) (re: coffee) If I did, I’d be up the rest of my life. Ummm. Can I take 
a piece of this with me? VANESSA Sure. Here, have a crumb. She takes a CRUMB 
from the plate and hands it to Barry. "Bee Movie" - JS REVISIONS 8/13/07 41. 
BARRY (a little dreamy) Oh, thanks. VANESSA Yeah. There is an awkward pause. 
BARRY Alright, well then, I guess I’ll see you around, or not, or... VANESSA 
Okay Barry. BARRY And thank you so much again, for before. VANESSA Oh that? 
BARRY Yeah. VANESSA Oh, that was nothing. BARRY Well, not nothing, but, 
anyway... Vanessa extends her hand, and shakes Barry’s gingerly. The Janitor 
watches. The lightbulb shorts out. The Janitor FALLS. CUT TO: SEQ. 1400 - 
is in a wind tunnel, hovering through increasingly heavy wind. SIGNS UNDER A 
FLASHING LIGHT READ: “Test In Progress” & “Hurricane Survival Test”. 2 BEES IN A
LAB COATS are observing behind glass. "Bee Movie" - JS REVISIONS 8/13/07 42. LAB
COAT BEE 1 This can’t possibly work. LAB COAT BEE 2 Well, he’s all set to go, we
may as well try it. (into the mic) Okay Dave, pull the chute. The test bee opens
his parachute. He’s instantly blown against the rear wall. Adam and Barry ENTER.
ADAM Sounds amazing. BARRY Oh, it was amazing. It was the scariest, happiest 
moment of my life. ADAM Humans! Humans! I can’t believe you were with humans! 
Giant scary humans! What were they like? BARRY Huge and crazy. They talk crazy, 
they eat crazy giant things. They drive around real crazy. ADAM And do they try 
and kill you like on TV? BARRY Some of them. But some of them don’t. ADAM How’d 
you get back? BARRY Poodle. ADAM Look, you did it. And I’m glad. You saw 
whatever you wanted to see out there, you had your “experience”, and now you’re 
back, you can pick out your job, and everything can be normal. "Bee Movie" - JS 
REVISIONS 8/13/07 43. ANGLE ON: LAB BEES examining a CANDY CORN through a 
microscope. BARRY Well... ADAM Well? BARRY Well, I met someone. ADAM You met 
someone? Was she Bee-ish? BARRY Mmm. ADAM Not a WASP? Your parents will kill 
you. BARRY No, no, no, not a wasp. ADAM Spider? BARRY You know, I’m not 
attracted to the spiders. I know to everyone else it’s like the hottest thing 
with the eight legs and all. I can’t get by that face. Barry makes a spider 
face. ADAM So, who is she? BARRY She’s a human. ADAM Oh no, no, no, no. That 
didn’t happen. You didn’t do that. That is a bee law. You wouldn’t break a bee 
law. BARRY Her name’s Vanessa. "Bee Movie" - JS REVISIONS 8/13/07 44. ADAM Oh, 
oh boy! BARRY She’s so-o nice. And she’s a florist! ADAM Oh, no. No, no, no! 
You’re dating a human florist? BARRY We’re not dating. ADAM You’re flying 
outside the hive. You’re talking to human beings that attack our homes with 
power washers and M-80’s. That’s 1/8 of a stick of dynamite. BARRY She saved my 
life. And she understands me. ADAM This is over. Barry pulls out the crumb. 
BARRY Eat this. Barry stuffs the crumb into Adam’s face. ADAM This is not over. 
What was that? BARRY They call it a crumb. ADAM That was SO STINGING STRIPEY! 
BARRY And that’s not even what they eat. That just falls off what they eat. Do 
you know what a Cinnabon is? ADAM No. "Bee Movie" - JS REVISIONS 8/13/07 45. 
BARRY It’s bread... ADAM Come in here! BARRY and cinnamon, ADAM Be quiet! BARRY 
and frosting...they heat it up-- ADAM Sit down! INT. ADAM’S OFFICE - CONTINUOUS 
BARRY Really hot! ADAM Listen to me! We are not them. We’re us. There’s us and 
there’s them. BARRY Yes, but who can deny the heart that is yearning... Barry 
rolls his chair down the corridor. ADAM There’s no yearning. Stop yearning. 
Listen to me. You have got to start thinking bee, my friend. ANOTHER BEE JOINS 
IN. ANOTHER BEE Thinking bee. WIDER SHOT AS A 3RD BEE ENTERS, popping up over 
the cubicle wall. 3RD BEE Thinking bee. EVEN WIDER SHOT AS ALL THE BEES JOIN IN.
"Bee Movie" - JS REVISIONS 8/13/07 46. OTHER BEES Thinking bee. Thinking bee. 
HOUSE - DAY Barry sits on a RAFT in a hexagon honey pool, legs dangling into the
water. Janet Benson and Martin Benson stand over him wearing big, sixties 
sunglasses and cabana-type outfits. The sun shines brightly behind their heads. 
JANET BENSON (O.C) There he is. He’s in the pool. MARTIN BENSON You know what 
your problem is, Barry? BARRY I’ve got to start thinking bee? MARTIN BENSON 
Barry, how much longer is this going to go on? It’s been three days. I don’t 
understand why you’re not working. BARRY Well, I’ve got a lot of big life 
decisions I’m thinking about. MARTIN BENSON What life? You have no life! You 
have no job! You’re barely a bee! Barry throws his hands in the air. BARRY Augh.
JANET BENSON Would it kill you to just make a little honey? Barry ROLLS off the 
raft and SINKS to the bottom of the pool. We hear his parents’ MUFFLED VOICES 
from above the surface. "Bee Movie" - JS REVISIONS 8/13/07 47. JANET BENSON 
(CONT'D) (muffled) Barry, come out from under there. Your father’s talking to 
you. Martin, would you talk to him? MARTIN BENSON Barry, I’m talking to you. 
DISSOLVE TO: EXT. PICNIC AREA - DAY MUSIC: “Sugar Sugar” by the Archies. Barry 
and Vanessa are having a picnic. A MOSQUITO lands on Vanessa’s leg. She SWATS it
violently. Barry’s head whips around, aghast. They stare at each other awkwardly
in a frozen moment, then BURST INTO HYSTERICAL LAUGHTER. Vanessa GETS UP. 
VANESSA You coming? BARRY Got everything? VANESSA All set. Vanessa gets into a 
one-man Ultra Light plane with a black and yellow paint scheme. She puts on her 
helmet. BARRY You go ahead, I’ll catch up. VANESSA (come hither wink) Don’t be 
too long. The Ultra Light takes off. Barry catches up. They fly sideby-side. 
VANESSA (CONT’D) Watch this! Vanessa does a loop, and FLIES right into the side 
of a mountain, BURSTING into a huge ball of flames. "Bee Movie" - JS REVISIONS 
8/13/07 48. BARRY (yelling, anguished) Vanessa! EXT. BARRY’S PARENT’S HOUSE - 
CONTINUOUS ANGLE ON: Barry’s face bursting through the surface of the pool, 
GASPING for air, eyes opening in horror. MARTIN BENSON We’re still here, Barry. 
JANET BENSON I told you not to yell at him. He doesn’t respond when you yell at 
him. MARTIN BENSON Then why are you yelling at me? JANET BENSON Because you 
don’t listen. MARTIN BENSON I’m not listening to this. Barry is toweling off, 
putting on his sweater. BARRY Sorry Mom, I’ve got to go. JANET BENSON Where are 
you going? BARRY Nowhere. I’m meeting a friend. Barry JUMPS off the balcony and 
EXITS. JANET BENSON (calling after him) A girl? Is this why you can’t decide? 
BARRY Bye! JANET BENSON I just hope she’s Bee-ish. CUT TO: "Bee Movie" - JS 
FLORIST SHOP - DAY Vanessa FLIPS the sign to say “Sorry We Missed You”, and 
locks the door. ANGLE ON: A POSTER on Vanessa’s door for the Tournament of Roses
Parade in Pasadena. BARRY So they have a huge parade of just flowers every year 
in Pasadena? VANESSA Oh, to be in the Tournament of Roses, that’s every 
florist’s dream. Up on a float, surrounded by flowers, crowds cheering. BARRY 
Wow, a tournament. Do the roses actually compete in athletic events? VANESSA No.
Alright, I’ve got one. How come you don’t fly everywhere? BARRY It’s exhausting.
Why don’t you run everywhere? VANESSA Hmmm. BARRY Isn’t that faster? VANESSA 
Yeah, okay. I see, I see. Alright, your turn. Barry and Vanessa walk/fly down a 
New York side street, no other pedestrians near them. BARRY Ah! Tivo. You can 
just freeze live TV? That’s insane. "Bee Movie" - JS REVISIONS 8/13/07 50. 
VANESSA What, you don’t have anything like that? BARRY We have Hivo, but it’s a 
disease. It’s a horrible, horrible disease. VANESSA Oh my. They turn the corner 
onto a busier avenue and people start to swat at Barry. MAN Dumb bees! VANESSA 
You must just want to sting all those jerks. BARRY We really try not to sting. 
It’s usually fatal for us. VANESSA So you really have to watch your temper? They
kick a wall, take a walk, write an angry letter and throw it out. You work 
through it like any emotion-- anger, jealousy, (under his breath) lust. Barry 
hops on top of some cardboard boxes in the middle of an aisle. A stock boy, 
HECTOR, whacks him with a rolled up magazine. VANESSA (to Barry) Oh my goodness.
Are you okay? "Bee Movie" - JS REVISIONS 8/13/07 51. BARRY Yeah. Whew! Vanessa 
WHACKS Hector over the head with the magazine. VANESSA (to Hector) What is wrong
with you?! HECTOR It’s a bug. VANESSA Well he’s not bothering anybody. Get out 
of here, you creep. Vanessa pushes him, and Hector EXITS, muttering. BARRY 
(shaking it off) What was that, a Pick and Save circular? VANESSA Yeah, it was. 
How did you know? BARRY It felt like about ten pages. Seventy-five’s pretty much
our limit. VANESSA Boy, you’ve really got that down to a science. BARRY Oh, we 
have to. I lost a cousin to Italian Vogue. VANESSA I’ll bet. Barry stops, sees 
the wall of honey jars. BARRY What, in the name of Mighty Hercules, is this? How
did this get here? Cute Bee? Golden Blossom? Ray Liotta Private Select? VANESSA 
Is he that actor? "Bee Movie" - JS REVISIONS 8/13/07 52. BARRY I never heard of 
him. Why is this here? VANESSA For people. We eat it. BARRY Why? (gesturing 
around the market) You don’t have enough food of your own? VANESSA Well yes, we-
- BARRY How do you even get it? VANESSA Well, bees make it... BARRY I know who 
makes it! And it’s hard to make it! There’s Heating and Cooling, and 
Stirring...you need a whole Krelman thing. VANESSA It’s organic. BARRY It’s our-
ganic! VANESSA It’s just honey, Barry. BARRY Just...what?! Bees don’t know about
this. This is stealing. A lot of stealing! You’ve taken our homes, our schools, 
our hospitals. This is all we have. And it’s on sale? I’m going to get to the 
bottom of this. I’m going to get to the bottom of all of this! He RIPS the label
off the Ray Liotta Private Select. CUT TO: "Bee Movie" - JS REVISIONS 8/13/07 
DAY Barry disguises himself by blacking out his yellow lines with a MAGIC MARKER
and putting on some war paint. He sees Hector, the stock boy, with a knife 
CUTTING open cardboard boxes filled with honey jars. MAN You almost done? HECTOR
Almost. Barry steps in some honey, making a SNAPPING noise. Hector stops and 
turns. HECTOR (CONT’D) He is here. I sense it. Hector grabs his BOX CUTTER. 
Barry REACTS, hides himself behind the box again. HECTOR (CONT’D) (talking too 
loud, to no one in particular) Well, I guess I’ll go home now, and just leave 
this nice honey out, with no one around. A BEAT. Hector pretends to exit. He 
takes a couple of steps in place. ANGLE ON: The honey jar. Barry steps out into 
a moody spotlight. BARRY You’re busted, box boy! HECTOR Ah ha! I knew I heard 
something. So, you can talk. Barry flies up, stinger out, pushing Hector up 
against the wall. As Hector backs up, he drops his knife. BARRY Oh, I can talk. 
And now you’re going to start talking. "Bee Movie" - JS REVISIONS 8/13/07 54. 
Where are you getting all the sweet stuff? Who’s your supplier?! HECTOR I don’t 
know what you’re talking about. I thought we were all friends. The last thing we
want to do is upset any of you...bees! Hector grabs a PUSHPIN. Barry fences with
his stinger. HECTOR (CONT’D) You’re too late. It’s ours now! BARRY You, sir, 
have crossed the wrong sword. HECTOR You, sir, are about to be lunch for my 
iguana, Ignacio! Barry and Hector get into a cross-swords, nose-to-nose 
confrontation. BARRY Where is the honey coming from? Barry knocks the pushpin 
out of his hand. Barry puts his stinger up to Hector’s nose. BARRY (CONT'D) Tell
me where?! HECTOR (pointing to a truck) Honey Farms. It comes from Honey Farms. 
ANGLE ON: A Honey Farms truck leaving the parking lot. Barry turns, takes off 
after the truck through an alley. He follows the truck out onto a busy street, 
dodging a bus, and several cabs. CABBIE Crazy person! He flies through a metal 
pipe on the top of a truck. BARRY OOOHHH! "Bee Movie" - JS REVISIONS 8/13/07 55.
BARRY (CONT'D) Barry grabs onto a bicycle messenger’s backpack. The honey farms 
truck starts to pull away. Barry uses the bungee cord to slingshot himself 
towards the truck. He lands on the windshield, where the wind plasters him to 
the glass. He looks up to find himself surrounded by what appear to be DEAD 
BUGS. He climbs across, working his way around the bodies. BARRY (CONT’D) Oh my.
What horrible thing has happened here? Look at these faces. They never knew what
hit them. And now they’re on the road to nowhere. A MOSQUITO opens his eyes. 
MOOSEBLOOD Pssst! Just keep still. BARRY What? You’re not dead? MOOSEBLOOD Do I 
look dead? Hey man, they will wipe anything that moves. Now, where are you 
headed? BARRY To Honey Farms. I am onto something huge here. MOOSEBLOOD I’m 
going to Alaska. Moose blood. Crazy stuff. Blows your head off. LADYBUG I’m 
going to Tacoma. BARRY (to fly) What about you? MOOSEBLOOD He really is dead. 
BARRY Alright. The WIPER comes towards them. "Bee Movie" - JS REVISIONS 8/13/07 
56. MOOSEBLOOD Uh oh. BARRY What is that? MOOSEBLOOD Oh no! It’s a wiper, triple
blade! BARRY Triple blade? MOOSEBLOOD Jump on. It’s your only chance, bee. They 
hang on as the wiper goes back and forth. MOOSEBLOOD (CONT'D) (yelling to the 
truck driver through the glass) Why does everything have to be so dog-gone 
clean?! How much do you people need to see? Open your eyes! Stick your head out 
the window! CUT TO: INT. TRUCK CAB SFX: Radio. RADIO VOICE For NPR News in 
Washington, I’m Carl Kasell. EXT. TRUCK WINDSHIELD MOOSEBLOOD But don’t kill no 
more bugs! The Mosquito is FLUNG off of the wiper. MOOSEBLOOD (CONT'D) 
Beeeeeeeeeeeeee! BARRY Moose blood guy! "Bee Movie" - JS REVISIONS 8/13/07 57. 
Barry slides toward the end of the wiper, is thrown off, but he grabs the AERIAL
and hangs on for dear life. Barry looks across and sees a CRICKET on another 
vehicle in the exact same predicament. They look at each other and SCREAM in 
unison. BARRY AND CRICKET Aaaaaaaaaah! ANOTHER BUG grabs onto the aerial, and 
screams as well. INT. TRUCK CAB - SAME TIME DRIVER You hear something? TRUCKER 
PASSENGER Like what? DRIVER Like tiny screaming. TRUCKER PASSENGER Turn off the 
radio. The driver reaches down and PRESSES a button, lowering the aerial. EXT. 
TRUCK WINDSHIELD - SAME TIME Barry and the other bug do a “choose up” to the 
bottom, Barry wins. BARRY Aha! Then he finally has to let go and gets thrown 
into the truck horn atop cab. Mooseblood is inside. MOOSEBLOOD Hey, what’s up 
bee boy? BARRY Hey, Blood! DISSOLVE TO: "Bee Movie" - JS REVISIONS 8/13/07 58. 
INT. TRUCK HORN - LATER BARRY ...and it was just an endless row of honey jars as
far as the eye could see. MOOSEBLOOD Wow. BARRY So I’m just assuming wherever 
this honey truck goes, that’s where they’re getting it. I mean, that honey’s 
ours! MOOSEBLOOD Bees hang tight. BARRY Well, we’re all jammed in there. It’s a 
close community. MOOSEBLOOD Not us, man. We’re on our own. Every mosquito is on 
his own. BARRY But what if you get in trouble? MOOSEBLOOD Trouble? You're a 
mosquito. You're in trouble! Nobody likes us. They’re just all smacking. People 
see a mosquito, smack, smack! BARRY At least you’re out in the world. You must 
meet a lot of girls. MOOSEBLOOD Mosquito girls try to trade up; get with a moth,
dragonfly...mosquito girl don’t want no mosquito. A BLOOD MOBILE pulls up 
alongside. MOOSEBLOOD (CONT'D) Whoa, you have got to be kidding me. Mooseblood’s
about to leave the building. So long bee. "Bee Movie" - JS REVISIONS 8/13/07 59.
Mooseblood EXITS the horn, and jumps onto the blood mobile. MOOSEBLOOD (CONT'D) 
Hey guys. I knew I’d catch you all down here. Did you bring your crazy straws? 
CUT TO: SEQ. 1900 - “THE APIARY” EXT. APIARY - LATER Barry sees a SIGN, “Honey 
Farms” The truck comes to a stop. SFX: The Honey farms truck blares its horn. 
Barry flies out, lands on the hood. ANGLE ON: Two BEEKEEPERS, FREDDY and ELMO, 
walking around to the back of the gift shop. Barry follows them, and lands in a 
nearby tree FREDDY ...then we throw it in some jars, slap a label on it, and 
it’s pretty much pure profit. BARRY What is this place? ELMO Bees got a brain 
the size of a pinhead. FREDDY They are pinheads. The both LAUGH. ANGLE ON: Barry
REACTING. They arrive at the back of the shop where one of them opens a SMOKER 
BOX. FREDDY (CONT’D) Hey, check out the new smoker. "Bee Movie" - JS REVISIONS 
8/13/07 60. ELMO Oh, Sweet. That’s the one you want. FREDDY The Thomas 3000. 
BARRY Smoker? FREDDY 90 puffs a minute, semi-automatic. Twice the nicotine, all 
the tar. They LAUGH again, nefariously. FREDDY (CONT’D) Couple of breaths of 
this, and it knocks them right out. They make the honey, and we make the money. 
BARRY “They make the honey, and we make the money?” Barry climbs onto the 
netting of Freddy’s hat. He climbs up to the brim and looks over the edge. He 
sees the apiary boxes as Freddy SMOKES them. BARRY (CONT'D) Oh my. As Freddy 
turns around, Barry jumps into an open apiary box, and into an apartment. HOWARD
and FRAN are just coming to from the smoking. BARRY (CONT’D) What’s going on? 
Are you okay? HOWARD Yeah, it doesn’t last too long. HE COUGHS a few times. 
BARRY How did you two get here? Do you know you’re in a fake hive with fake 
walls? HOWARD (pointing to a picture on the wall) "Bee Movie" - JS REVISIONS 
8/13/07 61. Our queen was moved here, we had no choice. BARRY (looking at a 
picture on the wall) This is your queen? That’s a man in women’s clothes. That’s
a dragqueen! The other wall opens. Barry sees the hundreds of apiary boxes. 
BARRY (CONT'D) What is this? Barry pulls out his camera, and starts snapping. 
BARRY (CONT’D) Oh no. There’s hundreds of them. (V.O, as Barry takes pictures) 
Bee honey, our honey, is being brazenly stolen on a massive scale. CUT TO: SEQ. 
Barry has assembled his parents, Adam, and Uncle Carl. BARRY This is worse than 
anything the bears have done to us. And I intend to do something about it. JANET
BENSON Oh Barry, stop. MARTIN BENSON Who told you that humans are taking our 
honey? That’s just a rumor. BARRY Do these look like rumors? Barry throws the 
PICTURES on the table. Uncle Carl, cleaning his glasses with his shirt tail, 
digs through a bowl of nuts with his finger. "Bee Movie" - JS REVISIONS 8/13/07 
62. HOWARD (CONT'D) UNCLE CARL That’s a conspiracy theory. These are obviously 
doctored photos. JANET BENSON Barry, how did you get mixed up in all this? ADAM 
(jumping up) Because he’s been talking to humans! JANET BENSON Whaaat? MARTIN 
BENSON Talking to humans?! Oh Barry. ADAM He has a human girlfriend and they 
make out! JANET BENSON Make out? Barry? BARRY We do not. ADAM You wish you 
could. BARRY Who’s side are you on? ADAM The bees! Uncle Carl stands up and 
pulls his pants up to his chest. UNCLE CARL I dated a cricket once in San 
Antonio. Man, those crazy legs kept me up all night. Hotcheewah! JANET BENSON 
Barry, this is what you want to do with your life? BARRY This is what I want to 
do for all our lives. Nobody works harder than bees. "Bee Movie" - JS REVISIONS 
8/13/07 63. Dad, I remember you coming home some nights so overworked, your 
hands were still stirring. You couldn’t stop them. MARTIN BENSON Ehhh... JANET 
BENSON (to Martin) I remember that. BARRY What right do they have to our 
hardearned honey? We’re living on two cups a year. They’re putting it in lip 
balm for no reason what-soever. MARTIN BENSON Even if it’s true, Barry, what 
could one bee do? BARRY I’m going to sting them where it really hurts. MARTIN 
BENSON In the face? BARRY No. MARTIN BENSON In the eye? That would really hurt. 
BARRY No. MARTIN BENSON Up the nose? That’s a killer. BARRY No. There’s only one
place you can sting the humans. One place where it really matters. CUT TO: SEQ. 
2300 - “HIVE AT 5 NEWS/BEE LARRY KING” "Bee Movie" - JS REVISIONS 8/13/07 64. 
news sequence rolls. We see the “Hive at Five” logo, followed by shots of past 
news events: A BEE freeway chase, a BEE BEARD protest rally, and a BEAR pawing 
at the hive as the BEES flee in panic. BOB BUMBLE (V.O.) Hive at Five, the 
hive’s only full hour action news source... SHOTS of NEWSCASTERS flash up on 
screen. BOB BUMBLE (V.O.) (CONT'D) With Bob Bumble at the anchor desk... BOB has
a big shock of anchorman hair, gray temples and overly white teeth. BOB BUMBLE 
(V.O.) (CONT'D) ...weather with Storm Stinger, sports with Buzz Larvi, and 
Jeanette Chung. JEANETTE is an Asian bee. BOB BUMBLE (CONT'D) Good evening, I’m 
Bob Bumble. JEANETTE CHUNG And I’m Jeanette Chung. BOB BUMBLE Our top story, a 
tri-county bee, Barry Benson... INSERT: Barry’s graduation picture. BOB BUMBLE 
(CONT'D) ...is saying he intends to sue the human race for stealing our honey, 
packaging it, and profiting from it illegally. CUT TO: "Bee Movie" - JS 
wearing suspenders and glasses, is interviewing Barry. A LOWER-THIRD CHYRON 
reads: “Bee Larry King Live.” BEE LARRY KING Don’t forget, tomorrow night on Bee
Larry King, we are going to have three former Queens all right here in our 
studio discussing their new book, “Classy Ladies,” out this week on Hexagon. (to
Barry) Tonight, we’re talking to Barry Benson. Did you ever think, I’m just a 
kid from the hive, I can’t do this? BARRY Larry, bees have never been afraid to 
change the world. I mean, what about Bee-Columbus? Bee-Ghandi? Be-geesus? BEE 
LARRY KING Well, where I’m from you wouldn’t think of suing humans. We were 
thinking more like stick ball, candy stores. BARRY How old are you? BEE LARRY 
KING I want you to know that the entire bee community is supporting you in this 
case, which is certain to be the trial of the bee century. BARRY Thank you, 
Larry. You know, they have a Larry King in the human world, too. BEE LARRY KING 
It’s a common name. Next week on Bee Larry King... "Bee Movie" - JS REVISIONS 
8/13/07 66. BARRY No, I mean he looks like you. And he has a show with 
suspenders and different colored dots behind him. BEE LARRY KING Next week on 
Bee Larry King... BARRY Old guy glasses, and there’s quotes along the bottom 
from the guest you’re watching even though you just heard them... BEE LARRY KING
Bear week next week! They’re scary, they’re hairy, and they’re here live. Bee 
Larry King EXITS. BARRY Always leans forward, pointy shoulders, squinty eyes... 
(lights go out) Very Jewish. CUT TO: SEQ. 2400 - “FLOWER SHOP” INT. VANESSA’S 
FLOWER SHOP - NIGHT Stacks of law books are piled up, legal forms, etc. Vanessa 
is talking with Ken in the other room. KEN Look, in tennis, you attack at the 
point of weakness. VANESSA But it was my grandmother, Ken. She’s 81. KEN Honey, 
her backhand’s a joke. I’m not going to take advantage of that? "Bee Movie" - JS
REVISIONS 8/13/07 67. BARRY (O.C) Quiet please. Actual work going on here. KEN 
Is that that same bee? BARRY (O.C) Yes it is. VANESSA I’m helping him sue the 
human race. KEN What? Barry ENTERS. BARRY Oh, hello. KEN Hello Bee. Barry flies 
over to Vanessa. VANESSA This is Ken. BARRY Yeah, I remember you. Timberland, 
size 10 1/2, Vibram sole I believe. KEN Why does he talk again, Hun? VANESSA (to
Ken, sensing the tension) Listen, you’d better go because we’re really busy 
working. KEN But it’s our yogurt night. VANESSA (pushing him out the door) 
Oh...bye bye. She CLOSES the door. KEN Why is yogurt night so difficult?! "Bee 
Movie" - JS REVISIONS 8/13/07 68. Vanessa ENTERS the back room carrying coffee. 
VANESSA Oh you poor thing, you two have been at this for hours. BARRY Yes, and 
Adam here has been a huge help. ANGLE ON: A EMPTY CINNABON BOX with Adam asleep 
inside, covered in frosting. VANESSA How many sugars? BARRY Just one. I try not 
to use the competition. So, why are you helping me, anyway? VANESSA Bees have 
good qualities. BARRY (rowing on the sugar cube like a gondola) Si, Certo. 
VANESSA And it feels good to take my mind off the shop. I don’t know why, 
instead of flowers, people are giving balloon bouquets now. BARRY Yeah, those 
are great...if you’re 3. VANESSA And artificial flowers. BARRY (re: plastic 
flowers) Oh, they just get me psychotic! VANESSA Yeah, me too. BARRY The bent 
stingers, the pointless pollination. "Bee Movie" - JS REVISIONS 8/13/07 69. 
VANESSA Bees must hate those fake plastic things. BARRY There’s nothing worse 
than a daffodil that’s had work done. VANESSA (holding up the lawsuit documents)
Well, maybe this can make up for it a little bit. CUT TO: EXT. VANESSA’S FLORIST
SHOP They EXIT the store, and cross to the mailbox. VANESSA You know Barry, this
lawsuit is a pretty big deal. BARRY I guess. VANESSA Are you sure that you want 
to go through with it? BARRY Am I sure? (kicking the envelope into the mailbox) 
When I’m done with the humans, they won’t be able to say, “Honey, I’m home,” 
without paying a royalty. CUT TO: SEQ. 2700 - “MEET MONTGOMERY” EXT. MANHATTAN 
COURTHOUSE - DAY P.O.V SHOT - A camera feed turns on, revealing a newsperson. 
"Bee Movie" - JS REVISIONS 8/13/07 70. PRESS PERSON #2 (talking to camera) 
Sarah, it’s an incredible scene here in downtown Manhattan where all eyes and 
ears of the world are anxiously waiting, because for the first time in history, 
we’re going to hear for ourselves if a honey bee can actually speak. ANGLE ON: 
Barry, Vanessa, and Adam getting out of the cab. The press spots Barry and 
Vanessa and pushes in. Adam sits on Vanessa’s shoulder. INT. COURTHOUSE - 
CONTINUOUS Barry, Vanessa, and Adam sit at the Plaintiff’s Table. VANESSA (turns
to Barry) What have we gotten into here, Barry? BARRY I don’t know, but it’s 
pretty big, isn’t it? ADAM I can’t believe how many humans don’t have to be at 
work during the day. BARRY Hey, you think these billion dollar multinational 
food companies have good lawyers? CUT TO: EXT. COURTHOUSE STEPS - CONTINUOUS A 
BIG BLACK CAR pulls up. ANGLE ON: the grill filling the frame. We see the 
“L.T.M” monogram on the hood ornament. The defense lawyer, LAYTON T. MONTGOMERY 
comes out, squashing a bug on the pavement. CUT TO: "Bee Movie" - JS REVISIONS 
matter? BARRY I don’t know. I just got a chill. Montgomery ENTERS. He walks by 
Barry’s table shaking a honey packet. MONTGOMERY Well, if it isn’t the B-Team. 
(re: the honey packet) Any of you boys work on this? He CHUCKLES. The JUDGE 
ENTERS. SEQ. 3000 - “WITNESSES” BAILIFF All rise! The Honorable Judge Bumbleton 
presiding. JUDGE (shuffling papers) Alright...Case number 4475, Superior Court 
of New York. Barry Bee Benson vs. the honey industry, is now in session. Mr. 
Montgomery, you are representing the five major food companies, collectively. 
ANGLE ON: Montgomery’s BRIEFCASE. It has an embossed emblem of an EAGLE, holding
a gavel in one talon and a briefcase in the other. MONTGOMERY A privilege. JUDGE
Mr. Benson. Barry STANDS. JUDGE (CONT’D) You are representing all bees of the 
world? "Bee Movie" - JS REVISIONS 8/13/07 72. Montgomery, the stenographer, and 
the jury lean in. CUT TO: EXT. COURTHOUSE - CONTINUOUS The spectators outside 
freeze. The helicopters angle forward to listen closely. CUT TO: INT. COURTHOUSE
BARRY Bzzz bzzz bzzz...Ahh, I’m kidding, I’m kidding. Yes, your honor. We are 
ready to proceed. ANGLE ON: Courtroom hub-bub. JUDGE And Mr. Montgomery, your 
opening statement, please. Montgomery rises. MONTGOMERY (grumbles, clears his 
throat) Ladies and gentlemen of the jury. My grandmother was a simple woman. 
Born on a farm, she believed it was man's divine right to benefit from the 
bounty of nature God put before us. If we were to live in the topsy-turvy world 
Mr. Benson imagines, just think of what it would mean. Maybe I would have to 
negotiate with the silk worm for the elastic in my britches. Talking bee. How do
we know this isn’t some sort of holographic motion picture capture Hollywood 
wizardry? They could be using laser beams, robotics, ventriloquism, 
cloning...for all we know he could be on steroids! Montgomery leers at Barry, 
who moves to the stand. "Bee Movie" - JS REVISIONS 8/13/07 73. JUDGE Mr. Benson?
Barry makes his opening statement. BARRY Ladies and Gentlemen of the jury, 
there’s no trickery here. I’m just an ordinary bee. And as a bee, honey’s pretty
important to me. It’s important to all bees. We invented it, we make it, and we 
protect it with our lives. Unfortunately, there are some people in this room who
think they can take whatever they want from us cause we’re the little guys. And 
what I’m hoping is that after this is all over, you’ll see how by taking our 
honey, you’re not only taking away everything we have, but everything we are. 
ANGLE ON: Vanessa smiling. ANGLE ON: The BEE GALLERY wiping tears away. CUT TO: 
INT. BENSON HOUSE Barry’s family is watching the case on TV. JANET BENSON Oh, I 
wish he would dress like that all the time. So nice... CUT TO: INT. COURTROOM - 
LATER JUDGE Call your first witness. CUT TO: "Bee Movie" - JS REVISIONS 8/13/07 
74. INT. COURTHOUSE - LATER BARRY So, Mr. Klauss Vanderhayden of Honey Farms. 
Pretty big company you have there? MR. VANDERHAYDEN I suppose so. BARRY And I 
see you also own HoneyBurton, and Hon-Ron. MR. VANDERHAYDEN Yes. They provide 
beekeepers for our farms. BARRY Beekeeper. I find that to be a very disturbing 
term, I have to say. I don’t imagine you employ any bee free-ers, do you? MR. 
VANDERHAYDEN No. BARRY I’m sorry. I couldn’t hear you. MR. VANDERHAYDEN (louder)
No. BARRY No. Because you don’t free bees. You keep bees. And not only that, it 
seems you thought a bear would be an appropriate image for a jar of honey? MR.
VANDERHAYDEN Well, they’re very lovable cr
eatures. Yogi-bear, Fozzy-bear, Build-a-bear. BARRY Yeah, you mean like this?! 
Vanessa and the SUPERINTENDANT from her building ENTER with a GIANT FEROCIOUS 
GRIZZLY BEAR. He has a neck collar and chains extending from either side. "Bee 
Movie" - JS REVISIONS 8/13/07 75. By pulling the chains, they bring him directly
in front of Vanderhayden. The bear LUNGES and ROARS. BARRY (CONT'D) Bears kill 
bees! How would you like his big hairy head crashing into your living room? 
Biting into your couch, spitting out your throwpillows...rowr, rowr! The bear 
REACTS. BEAR Rowr!! BARRY Okay, that’s enough. Take him away. Vanessa and the 
Superintendant pull the bear out of the courtroom. Vanderhayden TREMBLES. The 
judge GLARES at him. CUT TO: INT. COURTROOM- A LITTLE LATER Barry questions 
STING. BARRY So, Mr. Sting. Thank you for being here. Your name intrigues me, I 
have to say. Where have I heard it before? STING I was with a band called "The 
Police". BARRY But you've never been a police officer of any kind, have you? 
STING No, I haven't. "Bee Movie" - JS REVISIONS 8/13/07 76. BARRY No, you 
haven’t. And so, here we have yet another example of bee culture being casually 
stolen by a human for nothing more than a prance-about stage name. STING Oh 
please. BARRY Have you ever been stung, Mr. Sting? Because I'm feeling a little 
stung, Sting. Or should I say, (looking in folder) Mr. Gordon M. Sumner? The 
jury GASPS. MONTGOMERY (to his aides) That’s not his real name? You idiots! CUT 
TO: INT. COURTHOUSE- LATER BARRY Mr. Liotta, first may I offer my belated 
congratulations on your Emmy win for a guest spot on E.R. in 2005. LIOTTA Thank 
you. Thank you. Liotta LAUGHS MANIACALLY. BARRY I also see from your resume that
you’re devilishly handsome, but with a churning inner turmoil that’s always 
ready to blow. LIOTTA I enjoy what I do. Is that a crime? "Bee Movie" - JS 
REVISIONS 8/13/07 77. BARRY Not yet it isn’t. But is this what it’s come to for 
you, Mr. Liotta? Exploiting tiny helpless bees so you don’t have to rehearse 
your part, and learn your lines, Sir? LIOTTA Watch it Benson, I could blow right
now. BARRY This isn’t a goodfella. This is a badfella! LIOTTA (exploding, trying
to smash Barry with the Emmy) Why doesn’t someone just step on this little creep
and we can all go home? You’re all thinking it. Say it! JUDGE Order! Order in 
to Humans: Buzz Off”. NEW YORK TELEGRAM: “Sue Bee”. DAILY VARIETY: “Studio Dumps
Liotta Project. Slams Door on Unlawful Entry 2.” CUT TO: SEQ. 3175 - 
candle light dinner. Visible behind Barry is a “LITTLE MISSY” SET BOX, with the 
flaps open. BARRY Well, I just think that was awfully nice of that bear to pitch
in like that. "Bee Movie" - JS REVISIONS 8/13/07 78. VANESSA I’m telling you, I 
think the jury’s on our side. BARRY Are we doing everything right...you know, 
legally? VANESSA I’m a florist. BARRY Right, right. Barry raises his glass. 
BARRY (CONT’D) Well, here’s to a great team. VANESSA To a great team. They 
toast. Ken ENTERS KEN Well hello. VANESSA Oh...Ken. BARRY Hello. VANESSA I 
didn’t think you were coming. KEN No, I was just late. I tried to call. But, 
(holding his cell phone) the battery... VANESSA I didn’t want all this to go to 
waste, so I called Barry. Luckily he was free. BARRY Yeah. KEN (gritting his 
teeth) Oh, that was lucky. "Bee Movie" - JS REVISIONS 8/13/07 79. VANESSA Well, 
there’s still a little left. I could heat it up. KEN Yeah, heat it up. Sure, 
whatever. Vanessa EXITS. Ken and Barry look at each other as Barry eats. BARRY 
So, I hear you’re quite a tennis player. I’m not much for the game myself. I 
find the ball a little grabby. KEN That’s where I usually sit. Right there. 
VANESSA (O.C) Ken, Barry was looking at your resume, and he agreed with me that 
“eating with chopsticks” isn’t really a special skill. KEN (to Barry) You think 
I don’t see what you’re doing? BARRY Hey look, I know how hard it is trying to 
find the right job. We certainly have that in common. KEN Do we? BARRY Well, 
bees have 100% employment, of course. But we do jobs like taking the crud out. 
KEN That’s just what I was thinking about doing. Ken holds his table knife up. 
It slips out of his hand. He goes under the table to pick it up. "Bee Movie" - 
JS REVISIONS 8/13/07 80. VANESSA Ken, I let Barry borrow your razor for his 
fuzz. I hope that was alright. Ken hits his head on the table. BARRY I’m going 
to go drain the old stinger. KEN Yeah, you do that. Barry EXITS to the bathroom,
grabbing a small piece of a VARIETY MAGAZINE on the way. BARRY Oh, look at that.
Ken slams the champagne down on the table. Ken closes his eyes and buries his 
face in his hands. He grabs a magazine on the way into the bathroom. SEQ. 2800 -
him. He’s not happy. Barry is washing his hands. He glances back at Ken. KEN You
know, I’ve just about had it with your little mind games. BARRY What’s that? KEN
Italian Vogue. BARRY Mamma Mia, that’s a lot of pages. KEN It’s a lot of ads. 
BARRY Remember what Van said. Why is your life any more valuable than mine? "Bee
Movie" - JS REVISIONS 8/13/07 81. KEN It’s funny, I just can’t seem to recall 
that! Ken WHACKS at Barry with the magazine. He misses and KNOCKS EVERYTHING OFF
THE VANITY. Ken grabs a can of AIR FRESHENER. KEN (CONT'D) I think something 
stinks in here. He sprays at Barry. BARRY I love the smell of flowers. KEN Yeah?
How do you like the smell of flames? Ken lights the stream. BARRY Not as much. 
Barry flies in a circle. Ken, trying to stay with him, spins in place. ANGLE ON:
Flames outside the bathroom door. Ken slips on the Italian Vogue, falls backward
into the shower, pulling down the shower curtain. The can hits him in the head, 
followed by the shower curtain rod, and the rubber duck. Ken reaches back, grabs
the handheld shower head. He whips around, looking for Barry. ANGLE ON: A 
WATERBUG near the drain. WATERBUG Waterbug. Not taking sides. Barry is on the 
toilet tank. He comes out from behind a shampoo bottle, wearing a chapstick cap 
as a helmet. BARRY Ken, look at me! I’m wearing a chapstick hat. This is 
pathetic. ANGLE ON: Ken turning the hand shower nozzle from “GENTLE”, to 
“TURBO”, to “LETHAL”. "Bee Movie" - JS REVISIONS 8/13/07 82. KEN I’ve got 
issues! Ken fires the water at Barry, knocking him into the toilet. The items 
from the vanity (emory board, lipstick, eye curler, etc.) are on the toilet 
seat. Ken looks down at Barry. KEN (CONT'D) Well well well, a royal flush. BARRY
You’re bluffing. KEN Am I? Ken flushes the toilet. Barry grabs the Emory board 
and uses it to surf. He puts his hand in the water while he’s surfing. Some 
water splashes on Ken. BARRY Surf’s up, dude! KEN Awww, poo water! He does some 
skate board-style half-pipe riding. Barry surfs out of the toilet. BARRY That 
bowl is gnarly. Ken tries to get a shot at him with the toilet brush. KEN Except
for those dirty yellow rings. Vanessa ENTERS. VANESSA Kenneth! What are you 
doing? KEN You know what? I don’t even like honey! I don’t eat it! VANESSA We 
need to talk! "Bee Movie" - JS REVISIONS 8/13/07 83. She pulls Ken out by his 
ear. Ken glares at Barry. CUT TO: INT. HALLWAY - CONTINUOUS VANESSA He’s just a 
little bee. And he happens to be the nicest bee I’ve met in a long time. KEN 
Long time? What are you talking about? Are there other bugs in your life? 
VANESSA No, but there are other things bugging me in life. And you’re one of 
them! KEN Fine! Talking bees, no yogurt night...my nerves are fried from riding 
on this emotional rollercoaster. VANESSA Goodbye, Ken. KEN Augh! VANESSA Whew! 
Ken EXITS, then re-enters frame. KEN And for your information, I prefer sugar-
free, artificial sweeteners, made by man! He EXITS again. The DOOR SLAMS behind 
him. VANESSA (to Barry) I’m sorry about all that. Ken RE-ENTERS. "Bee Movie" - 
JS REVISIONS 8/13/07 84. KEN I know it’s got an aftertaste! I like it! BARRY 
(re: Ken) I always felt there was some kind of barrier between Ken and me. (puts
his hands in his pockets) I couldn’t overcome it. Oh well. VANESSA Are you going
to be okay for the trial tomorrow? BARRY Oh, I believe Mr. Montgomery is about 
ANGLE ON: Medium shot of Montgomery standing at his table. MONTGOMERY We would 
like to call Mr. Barry Benson Bee to the stand. ADAM (whispering to Vanessa) Now
that’s a good idea. (to Barry) You can really see why he’s considered one of the
very best lawyers-- Oh. Barry rolls his eyes. He gets up, takes the stand. A 
juror in a striped shirt APPLAUDS. MR. GAMMIL (whispering) Layton, you’ve got to
weave some magic with this jury, or it’s going to be all over. Montgomery is 
holding a BOOK, “The Secret Life of Bees”. "Bee Movie" - JS REVISIONS 8/13/07 
85. MONTGOMERY (confidently whispering) Oh, don’t worry Mr. Gammil. The only 
thing I have to do to turn this jury around is to remind them of what they don’t
like about bees. (to Gammil) You got the tweezers? Mr. Gammil NODS, and pats his
breast pocket. MR. GAMMIL Are you allergic? MONTGOMERY Only to losing, son. Only
to losing. Montgomery approaches the stand. MONTGOMERY (CONT’D) Mr. Benson Bee. 
I’ll ask you what I think we’d all like to know. What exactly is your 
relationship to that woman? Montgomery points to Vanessa. BARRY We’re friends. 
MONTGOMERY Good friends? BARRY Yes. MONTGOMERY (softly in Barry’s face) How 
good? BARRY What? MONTGOMERY Do you live together? BARRY Wait a minute, this 
isn’t about-- "Bee Movie" - JS REVISIONS 8/13/07 86. MONTGOMERY Are you her 
little... (clearing throat) ... bed bug? BARRY (flustered) Hey, that’s not the 
kind of-- MONTGOMERY I’ve seen a bee documentary or two. Now, from what I 
understand, doesn’t your Queen give birth to all the bee children in the hive? 
BARRY Yeah, but-- MONTGOMERY So those aren’t even your real parents! ANGLE ON: 
Barry’s parents. MARTIN BENSON Oh, Barry. BARRY Yes they are! ADAM Hold me back!
Vanessa holds him back with a COFFEE STIRRER. Montgomery points to Barry’s 
parents. MONTGOMERY You’re an illegitimate bee, aren’t you Benson? ADAM He’s 
denouncing bees! All the bees in the courtroom start to HUM. They’re agitated. 
MONTGOMERY And don’t y’all date your cousins? "Bee Movie" - JS REVISIONS 8/13/07
87. VANESSA (standing, letting go of Adam) Objection! Adam explodes from the 
table and flies towards Montgomery. ADAM I’m going to pin cushion this guy! 
Montgomery turns around and positions himself by the judge’s bench. He sticks 
his butt out. Montgomery winks at his team. BARRY Adam, don’t! It’s what he 
wants! Adam shoves Barry out of the way. Adam STINGS Montgomery in the butt. The
jury REACTS, aghast. MONTGOMERY Ow! I’m hit! Oh, lordy, I am hit! The judge 
BANGS her gavel. JUDGE Order! Order! Please, Mr. Montgomery. MONTGOMERY The 
venom! The venom is coursing through my veins! I have been felled by a wing-ed 
beast of destruction. You see? You can’t treat them like equals. They’re strip-
ed savages! Stinging’s the only thing they know! It’s their way! ANGLE ON: Adam,
collapsed on the floor. Barry rushes to his side. BARRY Adam, stay with me. ADAM
I can’t feel my legs. Montgomery falls on the Bailiff. BAILIFF Take it easy. 
"Bee Movie" - JS REVISIONS 8/13/07 88. MONTGOMERY Oh, what angel of mercy will 
come forward to suck the poison from my heaving buttocks? The JURY recoils. 
JUDGE Please, I will have order in this court. Order! Order, please! FADE TO: 
PERSON #1 (V.O) The case of the honey bees versus the human race took a pointed 
turn against the bees yesterday, when one of their legal team stung Layton T. 
Montgomery. Now here’s Don with the 5-day. A NURSE lets Barry into the room. 
Barry CARRIES a FLOWER. BARRY Thank you. Barry stands over Adam, in a bed. Barry
lays the flower down next to him. The TV is on. BARRY (CONT'D) Hey buddy. ADAM 
Hey. BARRY Is there much pain? Adam has a BEE-SIZED PAINKILLER HONEY BUTTON near
his head that he presses. ADAM (pressing the button) Yeah...I blew the whole 
case, didn’t I? "Bee Movie" - JS REVISIONS 8/13/07 89. BARRY Oh, it doesn’t 
matter. The important thing is you’re alive. You could have died. ADAM I’d be 
better off dead. Look at me. Adam THROWS the blanket off his lap, revealing a 
GREEN SANDWICH SWORD STINGER. ADAM (CONT’D) (voice cracking) They got it from 
the cafeteria, they got it from downstairs. In a tuna sandwich. Look, there’s a 
little celery still on it. BARRY What was it like to sting someone? ADAM I can’t
explain it. It was all adrenaline...and then...ecstasy. Barry looks at Adam. 
BARRY Alright. ADAM You think that was all a trap? BARRY Of course. I’m sorry. I
flew us right into this. What were we thinking? Look at us, we’re just a couple 
of bugs in this world. ADAM What do you think the humans will do to us if they 
win? BARRY I don’t know. ADAM I hear they put the roaches in motels. That 
doesn’t sound so bad. "Bee Movie" - JS REVISIONS 8/13/07 90. BARRY Adam, they 
check in, but they don’t check out. Adam GULPS. ADAM Oh my. ANGLE ON: the 
hospital window. We see THREE PEOPLE smoking outside on the sidewalk. The smoke 
drifts in. Adam COUGHS. ADAM (CONT’D) Say, could you get a nurse to close that 
window? BARRY Why? ADAM The smoke. Bees don’t smoke. BARRY Right. Bees don’t 
smoke. Bees don’t smoke! But some bees are smoking. Adam, that’s it! That’s our 
case. Adam starts putting his clothes on. ADAM It is? It’s not over? BARRY No. 
Get up. Get dressed. I’ve got to go somewhere. You get back the court and stall.
Stall anyway you can. CUT TO: SEQ. 3500 - “SMOKING GUN” INT. COURTROOM - THE 
NEXT DAY Adam is folding a piece of paper into a boat. ADAM ...and assuming 
you’ve done step 29 correctly, you’re ready for the tub. "Bee Movie" - JS 
REVISIONS 8/13/07 91. ANGLE ON: The jury, all with paper boats of their own. 
JURORS Ooh. ANGLE ON: Montgomery frustrated with Gammil, who’s making a boat 
also. Monty crumples Gammil’s boat, and throws it at him. JUDGE Mr. Flayman? 
ADAM Yes? Yes, Your Honor? JUDGE Where is the rest of your team? ADAM (fumbling 
with his swordstinger) Well, your honor, it’s interesting. You know Bees are 
trained to fly kind of haphazardly and as a result quite often we don’t make 
very good time. I actually once heard a pretty funny story about a bee-- 
MONTGOMERY Your Honor, haven’t these ridiculous bugs taken up enough of this 
court’s valuable time? Montgomery rolls out from behind his table. He’s 
suspended in a LARGE BABY CHAIR with wheels. MONTGOMERY (CONT'D) How much longer
are we going to allow these absurd shenanigans to go on? They have presented no 
compelling evidence to support their charges against my clients who have all run
perfectly legitimate businesses. I move for a complete dismissal of this entire 
case. JUDGE Mr. Flayman, I am afraid I am going to have to consider Mr. 
Montgomery’s motion. "Bee Movie" - JS REVISIONS 8/13/07 92. ADAM But you can’t. 
We have a terrific case. MONTGOMERY Where is your proof? Where is the evidence? 
Show me the smoking gun. Barry bursts through the door. BARRY Hold it, your 
honor. You want a smoking gun? Here is your smoking gun. Vanessa ENTERS, holding
a bee smoker Vanessa slams the beekeeper's SMOKER onto the judge’s bench. JUDGE 
What is that? BARRY It’s a Bee smoker. Montgomery GRABS the smoker. MONTGOMERY 
What, this? This harmless little contraption? This couldn’t hurt a fly, let 
alone a bee. He unintentionally points it towards the bee gallery, KNOCKING THEM
ALL OUT. The jury GASPS. The press SNAPS pictures of them. BARRY Members of the 
jury, look at what has happened to bees who have never been asked, "Smoking or 
Non?" Is this what nature intended for us? To be forcibly addicted to these 
smoke machines in man-made wooden slat work camps? Living out our lives as honey
slaves to the white man? Barry gestures dramatically towards Montgomery's 
racially mixed table. The BLACK LAWYER slowly moves his chair away. GAMMIL What 
are we going to do? "Bee Movie" - JS REVISIONS 8/13/07 93. MONTGOMERY (to Pross)
He's playing the species card. Barry lands on the scale of justice, by the 
judge’s bench. It balances as he lands. BARRY Ladies and gentlemen, please, 
FreeThese-Bees! ANGLE ON: Jury, chanting "Free the bees". JUDGE The court finds 
in favor of the bees. The chaos continues. Barry flies over to Vanessa, with his
hand up for a “high 5”. BARRY Vanessa, we won! VANESSA Yay! I knew you could do 
it. Highfive! She high 5’s Barry, sending him crashing to the table. He bounces 
right back up. VANESSA (CONT'D) Oh, sorry. BARRY Ow!! I’m okay. Vanessa, do you 
know what this means? All the honey is finally going to belong to the bees. Now 
we won’t have to work so hard all the time. Montgomery approaches Barry, 
surrounded by the press. The cameras and microphones go to Montgomery. 
MONTGOMERY (waving a finger) This is an unholy perversion of the balance of 
nature, Benson! You’ll regret this. ANGLE ON: Barry’s ‘deer in headlights’ 
expression, as the press pushes microphones in his face. "Bee Movie" - JS 
REVISIONS 8/13/07 94. PRESS PERSON 1 Barry, how much honey do you think is out 
there? BARRY Alright, alright, one at a time... SARAH Barry, who are you 
wearing? BARRY Uhhh, my sweater is Ralph Lauren, and I have no pants. The Press 
follows Barry as he EXITS. ANGLE ON: Adam and Vanessa. ADAM (putting papers 
away) What if Montgomery’s right? VANESSA What do you mean? ADAM We’ve been 
living the bee way a long time. 27 million years. DISSOLVE TO: SEQ. 3600 - 
your victory. What are you going to demand as a settlement? BARRY (V.O) (over 
montage) First, we’re going to demand a complete shutdown of all bee work camps.
Then, we want to get back all the honey that was ours to begin with. Every last 
drop. We demand an end to the glorification of the bear as anything more than a 
filthy, smelly, big-headed, bad breath, stink-machine. "Bee Movie" - JS 
REVISIONS 8/13/07 95. I believe we’re all aware of what they do in the woods. We
will no longer tolerate derogatory beenegative nick-names, unnecessary inclusion
of honey in bogus health products, and la-dee-da tea-time human snack 
garnishments. MONTAGE IMAGES: Close-up on an ATF JACKET, with the YELLOW 
LETTERS. Camera pulls back. We see an ARMY OF BEE AND HUMAN AGENTS wearing 
hastily made “Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Honey” jackets. Barry supervises. 
The gate to Honey Farms is locked permanently. All the smokers are collected and
locked up. All the bees leave the Apiary. CUT TO: EXT. ATF OUTSIDE OF 
SUPERMARKET - MONTAGE Agents begin YANKING honey off the supermarket shelves, 
and out of shopping baskets. CUT TO: EXT. NEW HIVE CITY - MONTAGE The bees tear 
down a honey-bear statue. CUT TO: EXT. YELLOWSTONE FOREST - MONTAGE POV of a 
sniper’s crosshairs. An animated BEAR character looka-like, turns his head 
towards camera. BARRY Wait for my signal. ANGLE ON: Barry lowering his 
binoculars. BARRY (CONT'D) Take him out. The sniper SHOOTS the bear. It hits him
in the shoulder. The bear looks at it. He gets woozy and the honey jar falls out
of his lap, an ATF&H agent catches it. "Bee Movie" - JS REVISIONS 8/13/07 96. 
BARRY (V.O) (CONT'D) ATF&H AGENT (to the bear’s pig friend) He’ll have a little 
nausea for a few hours, then he’ll be fine. CUT TO: EXT. STING’S HOUSE - MONTAGE
ATF&H agents SLAP CUFFS on Sting, who is meditating. STING But it’s just a 
prance-about stage name! CUT TO: INT. A WOMAN’S SHOWER - MONTAGE A WOMAN is 
taking a shower, and using honey shampoo. An ATF&H agent pulls the shower 
curtain aside, and grabs her bottle of shampoo. The woman SCREAMS. The agent 
turns to the 3 other agents, and Barry. ANGLE ON: Barry looking at the label on 
the shampoo bottle, shaking his head and writing in his clipboard. CUT TO: EXT. 
SUPERMARKET CAFE - MONTAGE Another customer, an old lady having her tea with a 
little jar of honey, gets her face pushed down onto the table and turned to the 
side by two agents. One of the agents has a gun on her. OLD LADY Can’t breathe. 
CUT TO: EXT. CENTRAL PARK - MONTAGE An OIL DRUM of honey is connected to Barry’s
hive. "Bee Movie" - JS REVISIONS 8/13/07 97. BARRY Bring it in, boys. CUT TO: 
SEQ. 3650 - “NO MORE WORK” INT. HONEX - MONTAGE ANGLE ON: The honey goes past 
the 3-cup hash-mark, and begins to overflow. A WORKER BEE runs up to Buzzwell. 
WORKER BEE 1 Mr. Buzzwell, we just passed 3 cups, and there’s gallons mores 
coming. I think we need to shutdown. KEYCHAIN BEE (to Buzzwell) Shutdown? We’ve 
never shutdown. ANGLE ON: Buzzwell overlooking the factory floor. BUZZWELL 
Shutdown honey production! Stop making honey! ANGLE ON: TWO BEES, each with a 
KEY. BUZZWELL (CONT’D) Turn your key, Sir! They turn the keys simultaneously, 
War Games-style, shutting down the honey machines. ANGLE ON: the Taffy-Pull 
machine, Centrifuge, and Krelman all slowly come to a stop. The bees look 
around, bewildered. WORKER BEE 5 What do we do now? A BEAT. WORKER BEE 6 Cannon 
ball!! He jumps into a HONEY VAT, doesn’t penetrate the surface. He looks 
around, and slowly sinks down to his waist. "Bee Movie" - JS REVISIONS 8/13/07 
98. EXT. HONEX FACTORY THE WHISTLE BLOWS, and the bees all stream out the exit. 
CUT TO: INT. J-GATE - CONTINUOUS Lou Loduca gives orders to the pollen jocks. 
LOU LODUCA We’re shutting down honey production. Mission abort. CUT TO: EXT. 
CENTRAL PARK Jackson receives the orders, mid-pollination. JACKSON Aborting 
pollination and nectar detail. Returning to base. CUT TO: EXT. NEW HIVE CITY 
ANGLE ON: Bees, putting sun-tan lotion on their noses and antennae, and sunning 
themselves on the balconies of the gyms. CUT TO: EXT. CENTRAL PARK ANGLE ON: THE
FLOWERS starting to DROOP. CUT TO: INT. J-GATE J-Gate is deserted. CUT TO: "Bee 
Movie" - JS REVISIONS 8/13/07 99. EXT. NEW HIVE CITY ANGLE ON: Bees sunning 
themselves. A TIMER DINGS, and they all turn over. CUT TO: EXT. CENTRAL PARK 
TIME LAPSE of Central Park turning brown. CUT TO: EXT. VANESSA’S FLORIST SHOP 
CLOSE-UP SHOT: Vanessa writes “Sorry. No more flowers.” on a “Closed” sign, an 
turns it facing out. CUT TO: SEQ. 3700 - “IDLE HIVE” EXT. NEW HIVE CITY - DAY 
Barry flies at high speed. TRACKING SHOT into the hive, through the lobby of 
Honex, and into Adam’s office. CUT TO: INT. ADAM’S OFFICE - CONTINUOUS Barry 
meets Adam in his office. Adam’s office is in disarray. There are papers 
everywhere. He’s filling up his cardboard hexagon box. BARRY (out of breath) 
Adam, you wouldn’t believe how much honey was out there. ADAM Oh yeah? BARRY 
What’s going on around here? Where is everybody? Are they out celebrating? "Bee 
Movie" - JS REVISIONS 8/13/07 100. ADAM (exiting with a cardboard box of 
belongings) No, they’re just home. They don’t know what to do. BARRY Hmmm. ADAM 
They’re laying out, they’re sleeping in. I heard your Uncle Carl was on his way 
to San Antonio with a cricket. BARRY At least we got our honey back. They walk 
through the empty factory. ADAM Yeah, but sometimes I think, so what if the 
humans liked our honey? Who wouldn’t? It’s the greatest thing in the world. I 
was excited to be a part of making it. ANGLE ON: Adam’s desk on it’s side in the
hall. ADAM (CONT’D) This was my new desk. This was my new job. I wanted to do it
really well. And now...and now I can’t. Adam EXITS. CUT TO: SEQ. 3900 - “WORLD 
WITHOUT BEES” INT. STAIRWELL Vanessa and Barry are walking up the stairs to the 
roof. BARRY I don’t understand why they’re not happy. We have so much now. I 
thought their lives would be better. "Bee Movie" - JS REVISIONS 8/13/07 101. 
VANESSA Hmmm. BARRY They’re doing nothing. It’s amazing, honey really changes 
people. VANESSA You don’t have any idea what’s going on, do you? BARRY What did 
you want to show me? VANESSA This. They reach the top of the stairs. Vanessa 
opens the door. CUT TO: EXT. VANESSA’S ROOFTOP - CONTINUOUS Barry sees Vanessa’s
flower pots and small garden have all turned brown. BARRY What happened here? 
VANESSA That is not the half of it... Vanessa turns Barry around with her two 
fingers, revealing the view of Central Park, which is also all brown. BARRY Oh 
no. Oh my. They’re all wilting. VANESSA Doesn’t look very good, does it? BARRY 
No. VANESSA And who’s fault do you think that is? "Bee Movie" - JS REVISIONS 
8/13/07 102. BARRY Mmmm...you know, I’m going to guess, bees. VANESSA Bees? 
BARRY Specifically me. I guess I didn’t think that bees not needing to make 
honey would affect all these other things. VANESSA And it’s not just flowers. 
Fruits, vegetables...they all need bees. BARRY Well, that’s our whole SAT test 
right there. VANESSA So, you take away the produce, that affects the entire 
animal kingdom. And then, of course... BARRY The human species? VANESSA 
(clearing throat) Ahem! BARRY Oh. So, if there’s no more pollination, it could 
all just go south here, couldn’t it? VANESSA And I know this is also partly my 
fault. Barry takes a long SIGH. BARRY How about a suicide pact? VANESSA (not 
sure if he’s joking) How would we do it? BARRY I’ll sting you, you step on me. 
"Bee Movie" - JS REVISIONS 8/13/07 103. VANESSA That just kills you twice. BARRY
Right, right. VANESSA Listen Barry. Sorry but I’ve got to get going. She EXITS. 
BARRY (looking out over the park) Had to open my mouth and talk... (looking 
back) Vanessa..? Vanessa is gone. CUT TO: SEQ. 3935 - “GOING TO PASADENA” EXT. 
NY STREET - CONTINUOUS Vanessa gets into a cab. Barry ENTERS. BARRY Vanessa. Why
are you leaving? Where are you going? VANESSA To the final Tournament of Roses 
parade in Pasadena. They moved it up to this weekend because all the flowers are
dying. It’s the last chance I’ll ever have to see it. BARRY Vanessa, I just want
to say I’m sorry. I never meant it to turn out like this. VANESSA I know. Me 
neither. Vanessa cab drives away. "Bee Movie" - JS REVISIONS 8/13/07 104. BARRY 
(chuckling to himself) Tournament of Roses. Roses can’t do sports. Wait a 
minute...roses. Roses? Roses!? Vanessa! Barry follows shortly after. He catches 
up to it, and he pounds on the window. Barry follows shortly after Vanessa’s 
cab. He catches up to it, and he pounds on the window. INT. TAXI - CONTINUOUS 
Barry motions for her to roll the window down. She does so. BARRY Roses?! 
VANESSA Barry? BARRY (as he flies next to the cab) Roses are flowers. VANESSA 
Yes, they are. BARRY Flowers, bees, pollen! VANESSA I know. That’s why this is 
the last parade. BARRY Maybe not. The cab starts pulling ahead of Barry. BARRY 
(CONT'D) (re: driver) Could you ask him to slow down? VANESSA Could you slow 
down? The cabs slows. Barry flies in the window, and lands in the change box, 
which closes on him. "Bee Movie" - JS REVISIONS 8/13/07 105. VANESSA (CONT'D) 
Barry! Vanessa lets him out. Barry stands on the change box, in front of the 
driver’s license. BARRY Okay, I made a huge mistake! This is a total disaster, 
and it’s all my fault! VANESSA Yes, it kind of is. BARRY I’ve ruined the planet.
And, I wanted to help with your flower shop. Instead, I’ve made it worse. 
VANESSA Actually, it’s completely closed down. BARRY Oh, I thought maybe you 
were remodeling. Nonetheless, I have another idea. And it’s greater than all my 
previous great ideas combined. VANESSA I don’t want to hear it. Vanessa closes 
the change box on Barry. BARRY (opening it again) Alright, here’s what I’m 
thinking. They have the roses, the roses have the pollen. I know every bee, 
plant, and flower bud in this park. All we’ve got to do is get what they’ve got 
back here with what we’ve got. VANESSA Bees... BARRY Park... VANESSA Pollen... 
"Bee Movie" - JS REVISIONS 8/13/07 106. BARRY Flowers... VANESSA Repollination! 
BARRY (on luggage handle, going up) Across the nation! CUT TO: SEQ. 3950 - “ROSE
PARADE” EXT. PASADENA PARADE BARRY (V.O) Alright. Tournament of Roses. Pasadena,
California. They’ve got nothing but flowers, floats, and cotton candy. Security 
will be tight. VANESSA I have an idea. CUT TO: EXT. FLOAT STAGING AREA ANGLE ON:
Barry and Vanessa approaching a HEAVILY ARMED GUARD in front of the staging 
area. VANESSA Vanessa Bloome, FTD. Official floral business. He leans in to look
at her badge. She SNAPS IT SHUT, VANESSA (CONT’D) Oh, it’s real. HEAVILY ARMED 
GUARD Sorry ma’am. That’s a nice brooch, by the way. VANESSA Thank you. It was a
gift. "Bee Movie" - JS REVISIONS 8/13/07 107. They ENTER the staging area. BARRY
(V.O) Then, once we’re inside, we just pick the right float. VANESSA How about 
the Princess and the Pea? BARRY Yeah. VANESSA I can be the princess, and-- BARRY
...yes, I think-- VANESSA You could be-- BARRY I’ve-- VANESSA The pea. BARRY Got
PEA, flies up and hovers in front of the princess on the “Princess and the Pea” 
float. The float is sponsored by Inflat-a-bed and a SIGN READS: “Inflat-a-bed: 
If it blows, it’s ours.” BARRY Sorry I’m late. Where should I sit? PRINCESS What
are you? BARRY I believe I’m the pea. PRINCESS The pea? It’s supposed to be 
under the mattresses. "Bee Movie" - JS REVISIONS 8/13/07 108. BARRY Not in this 
fairy tale, sweetheart. PRINCESS I’m going to go talk to the marshall. BARRY You
do that. This whole parade is a fiasco! She EXITS. Vanessa removes the step-
ladder. The princess FALLS. Barry and Vanessa take off in the float. BARRY 
(CONT’D) Let’s see what this baby will do. ANGLE ON: Guy with headset talking to
drivers. HEADSET GUY Hey! The float ZOOMS by. A young CHILD in the stands, 
Vanessa putting the princess hat on. BARRY (V.O) Then all we do is blend in with
traffic, without arousing suspicion. CUT TO: EXT. THE PARADE ROUTE - CONTINUOUS 
The floats go flying by the crowds. Barry and Vanessa’s float CRASHES through 
the fence. CUT TO: "Bee Movie" - JS REVISIONS 8/13/07 109. EXT. LA FREEWAY 
Vanessa and Barry speed, dodging and weaving, down the freeway. BARRY (V.O) And 
once we’re at the airport, there’s no stopping us. CUT TO: EXT. LAX AIRPORT 
Barry and Vanessa pull up to the curb, in front of an TSA AGENT WITH CLIPBOARD. 
TSA AGENT Stop. Security. Did you and your insect pack your own float? VANESSA 
(O.C) Yes. TSA AGENT Has this float been in your possession the entire time? 
VANESSA (O.C) Since the parade...yes. ANGLE ON: Barry holding his shoes. TSA 
AGENT Would you remove your shoes and everything in your pockets? Can you remove
your stinger, Sir? BARRY That’s part of me. TSA AGENT I know. Just having some 
fun. Enjoy your flight. CUT TO: EXT. RUNWAY Barry and Vanessa’s airplane TAKES 
OFF. "Bee Movie" - JS REVISIONS 8/13/07 110. BARRY (O.C) Then, if we’re lucky, 
we’ll have just enough pollen to do the job. DISSOLVE TO: SEQ. 4025 - “COCKPIT 
FIGHT” INT. AIRPLANE Vanessa is on the aisle. Barry is on a laptop calculating 
flowers, pollen, number of bees, airspeed, etc. He does a “Stomp” dance on the 
keyboard. BARRY Can you believe how lucky we are? We have just enough pollen to 
do the job. I think this is going to work, Vanessa. VANESSA It’s got to work. 
PILOT (V.O) Attention passengers. This is Captain Scott. I’m afraid we have a 
bit of bad weather in the New York area. And looks like we’re going to be 
experiencing a couple of hours delay. VANESSA Barry, these are cut flowers with 
no water. They’ll never make it. BARRY I’ve got to get up there and talk to 
these guys. VANESSA Be careful. Barry flies up to the cockpit door. CUT TO: INT.
COCKPIT - CONTINUOUS A female flight attendant, ANGELA, is in the cockpit with 
the pilots. "Bee Movie" - JS REVISIONS 8/13/07 111. There’s a KNOCK at the door.
BARRY (C.O) Hey, can I get some help with this Sky Mall Magazine? I’d like to 
order the talking inflatable travel pool filter. ANGELA (to the pilots, 
irritated) Excuse me. CUT TO: EXT. CABIN - CONTINUOUS Angela opens the cockpit 
door and looks around. She doesn’t see anybody. ANGLE ON: Barry hidden on the 
yellow and black “caution” stripe. As Angela looks around, Barry zips into the 
cockpit. CUT TO: INT. COCKPIT BARRY Excuse me, Captain. I am in a real situation
here... PILOT (pulling an earphone back, to the co-pilot) What did you say, Hal?
CO-PILOT I didn’t say anything. PILOT (he sees Barry) Ahhh! Bee! BARRY No, no! 
Don’t freak out! There’s a chance my entire species-- CO-PILOT (taking off his 
earphones) Ahhh! "Bee Movie" - JS REVISIONS 8/13/07 112. The pilot grabs a 
“DUSTBUSTER” vacuum cleaner. He aims it around trying to vacuum up Barry. The 
co-pilot faces camera, as the pilot tries to suck Barry up. Barry is on the 
other side of the co-pilot. 
As they dosey-do, the toupee of the co-pilot begins to come up, still attached 
to the front. CO-PILOT (CONT'D) What are you doing? Stop! The toupee comes off 
the co-pilot’s head, and sticks in the Dustbuster. Barry runs across the bald 
head. BARRY Wait a minute! I’m an attorney! CO-PILOT Who’s an attorney? PILOT 
Don’t move. The pilot uses the Dustbuster to try and mash Barry, who is hovering
in front of the co-pilot’s nose, and knocks out the co-pilot who falls out of 
his chair, hitting the life raft release button. The life raft inflates, hitting
the pilot, knocking him into a wall and out cold. Barry surveys the situation. 
BARRY Oh, Barry. CUT TO: INT. AIRPLANE CABIN Vanessa studies her laptop, looking
serious. SFX: PA CRACKLE. BARRY (V.O) (in captain voice) Good afternoon 
passengers, this is your captain speaking. Would a Miss Vanessa Bloome in 24F 
please report to the cockpit. And please hurry! "Bee Movie" - JS REVISIONS 
8/13/07 113. ANGLE ON: The aisle, and Vanessa head popping up. CUT TO: INT. 
COCKPIT Vanessa ENTERS. VANESSA What happened here? BARRY I tried to talk to 
them, but then there was a Dustbuster, a toupee, a life raft exploded...Now 
one’s bald, one’s in a boat, and they’re both unconscious. VANESSA Is that 
another bee joke? BARRY No. No one’s flying the plane. The AIR TRAFFIC 
CONTROLLER, BUD, speaks over the radio. BUD This is JFK control tower. Flight 
356, what’s your status? Vanessa presses a button, and the intercom comes on. 
VANESSA This is Vanessa Bloome. I’m a florist from New York. BUD Where’s the 
pilot? VANESSA He’s unconscious and so is the copilot. BUD Not good. Is there 
anyone onboard who has flight experience? A BEAT. BARRY As a matter of fact, 
there is. "Bee Movie" - JS REVISIONS 8/13/07 114. BUD Who’s that? VANESSA Barry 
Benson. BUD From the honey trial? Oh great. BARRY Vanessa, this is nothing more 
than a big metal bee. It’s got giant wings, huge engines. VANESSA I can’t fly a 
plane. BARRY Why not? Isn’t John Travolta a pilot? VANESSA Yes? BARRY How hard 
could it be? VANESSA Wait a minute. Barry, we’re headed into some lightning. CUT
TO: Vanessa shrugs, and takes the controls. SEQ. 4150 - “BARRY FLIES PLANE” INT.
BENSON HOUSE The family is all huddled around the TV at the Benson house. ANGLE 
ON: TV. Bob Bumble is broadcasting. BOB BUMBLE This is Bob Bumble. We have some 
late-breaking news from JFK airport, where a very suspenseful scene is 
developing. Barry Benson, fresh off his stunning legal victory... "Bee Movie" - 
JS REVISIONS 8/13/07 115. Adam SPRAYS a can of HONEY-WHIP into his mouth. ADAM 
That’s Barry. BOB BUMBLE ...is now attempting to land a plane, loaded with 
people, flowers, and an incapacitated flight crew. EVERYONE Flowers?! CUT TO: 
INT. AIR TRAFFIC CONTROL TOWER BUD Well, we have an electrical storm in the 
area, and two individuals at the controls of a jumbo jet with absolutely no 
flight experience. JEANETTE CHUNG Just a minute, Mr. Ditchwater, there’s a honey
bee on that plane. BUD Oh, I’m quite familiar with Mr. Benson’s work, and his 
no-account compadres. Haven’t they done enough damage already? JEANETTE CHUNG 
But isn’t he your only hope right now? BUD Come on, technically a bee shouldn’t 
be able to fly at all. CUT TO: INT. COCKPIT. Barry REACTS BUD The wings are too 
small, their bodies are too big-- "Bee Movie" - JS REVISIONS 8/13/07 116. BARRY 
(over PA) Hey, hold on a second. Haven’t we heard this million times? The 
surface area of the wings, and the body mass doesn’t make sense? JEANETTE CHUNG 
Get this on the air. CAMERAMAN You got it! CUT TO: INT. BEE TV CONTROL ROOM An 
engineer throws a switch. BEE ENGINEER Stand by. We’re going live. The “ON AIR” 
sign illuminates. CUT TO: INT. VARIOUS SHOTS OF NEW HIVE CITY The news report 
plays on TV. The pollen jocks are sitting around, playing paddle-ball, Wheel-o, 
and one of them is spinning his helmet on his finger. Buzzwell is in an office 
cubicle, playing computer solitaire. Barry’s family and Adam watch from their 
living room. Bees sitting on the street curb turn around to watch the TV. BARRY 
Mr. Ditchwater, the way we work may be a mystery to you, because making honey 
takes a lot of bees doing a lot of small jobs. But let me tell you something 
about a small job. If you do it really well, it makes a big difference. More 
than we realized. To us, to everyone. That’s why I want to get bees back to 
doing what we do best. "Bee Movie" - JS REVISIONS 8/13/07 117. Working together.
That’s the bee way. We’re not made of Jello. We get behind a fellow. Black and 
yellow. CROWD OF BEES Hello! CUT TO: INT. COCKPIT Barry is giving orders to 
Vanessa. BARRY Left, right, down, hover. VANESSA Hover? BARRY Forget hover. 
VANESSA You know what? This isn’t so hard. Vanessa pretends to HONK THE HORN. 
VANESSA (CONT’D) Beep, beep! Beep, beep! A BOLT OF LIGHTNING HITS the plane. The
plane takes a sharp dip. VANESSA (CONT’D) Barry, what happened? BARRY (noticing 
the control panel) Wait a minute. I think we were on autopilot that whole time. 
VANESSA That may have been helping me. BARRY And now we’re not! VANESSA (V.O.) 
(folding her arms) Well, then it turns out I cannot fly a plane. "Bee Movie" - 
JS REVISIONS 8/13/07 118. BARRY (CONT'D) Vanessa struggles with the yoke. CUT 
TO: EXT. AIRPLANE The airplane goes into a steep dive. CUT TO: SEQ. 4175 - 
the SIGNAL goes from “Two Bees” “Some Bees” “Every Bee There Is” Lou Loduca 
gathers the pollen jocks at J-Gate. LOU LODUCA All of you, let’s get behind this
fellow. Move it out! The bees follow Lou Loduca, and EXIT J-Gate. CUT TO: INT. 
AIRPLANE COCKPIT BARRY Our only chance is if I do what I would do, and you copy 
me with the wings of the plane! VANESSA You don’t have to yell. BARRY I’m not 
yelling. We happen to be in a lot of trouble here. VANESSA It’s very hard to 
concentrate with that panicky tone in your voice. BARRY It’s not a tone. I’m 
panicking! CUT TO: "Bee Movie" - JS REVISIONS 8/13/07 119. EXT. JFK AIRPORT 
ANGLE ON: The bees arriving and massing at the airport. CUT TO: INT. COCKPIT 
Barry and Vanessa alternately SLAP EACH OTHER IN THE FACE. VANESSA I don’t think
I can do this. BARRY Vanessa, pull yourself together. Listen to me, you have got
to snap out of it! VANESSA You snap out of it! BARRY You snap out of it! VANESSA
You snap out of it! BARRY You snap out of it! VANESSA You snap out of it! CUT 
TO: EXT. AIRPLANE A GIGANTIC SWARM OF BEES flies in to hold the plane up. CUT 
TO: INT. COCKPIT - CONTINUOUS BARRY You snap out of it! VANESSA You snap out of 
it! "Bee Movie" - JS REVISIONS 8/13/07 120. BARRY You snap-- VANESSA Hold it! 
BARRY (about to slap her again) Why? Come on, it’s my turn. VANESSA How is the 
plane flying? Barry’s antennae ring. BARRY I don’t know. (answering) Hello? CUT 
TO: EXT. AIRPLANE ANGLE ON: The underside of the plane. The pollen jocks have 
massed all around the underbelly of the plane, and are holding it up. LOU LODUCA
Hey Benson, have you got any flowers for a happy occasion in there? CUT TO: INT.
COCKPIT Lou, Buzz, Splitz, and Jackson come up alongside the cockpit. BARRY The 
pollen jocks! VANESSA They do get behind a fellow. BARRY Black and yellow. LOU 
LODUCA (over headset) Hello. "Bee Movie" - JS REVISIONS 8/13/07 121. Alright you
two, what do you say we drop this tin can on the blacktop? VANESSA What 
blacktop? Where? I can’t see anything. Can you? BARRY No, nothing. It’s all 
cloudy. CUT TO: EXT. RUNWAY Adam SHOUTS. ADAM Come on, you’ve got to think bee, 
Barry. Thinking bee, thinking bee. ANGLE ON: Overhead shot of runway. The bees 
are in the formation of a flower. In unison they move, causing the flower to 
FLASH YELLOW AND BLACK. BEES (chanting) Thinking bee, thinking bee. CUT TO: INT.
COCKPIT We see through the swirling mist and clouds. A GIANT SHAPE OF A FLOWER 
is forming in the middle of the runway. BARRY Wait a minute. I think I’m feeling
something. VANESSA What? BARRY I don’t know, but it’s strong. And it’s pulling 
me, like a 27 million year old instinct. Bring the nose of the plane down. "Bee 
Movie" - JS REVISIONS 8/13/07 122. LOU LODUCA (CONT'D) EXT. RUNWAY All the bees 
are on the runway chanting “Thinking Bee”. CUT TO: INT. CONTROL TOWER RICK What 
in the world is on the tarmac? ANGLE ON: Dave OTS onto runway seeing a flower 
being formed by millions of bees. BUD Get some lights on that! CUT TO: EXT. 
illuminating the bees in their flower formation. INT. COCKPIT BARRY Vanessa, aim
for the flower! VANESSA Oh, okay? BARRY Cut the engines! VANESSA Cut the 
engines? BARRY We’re going in on bee power. Ready boys? LOU LODUCA Affirmative. 
Good, good, easy now. Land on that flower! Ready boys? Give me full reverse. LOU
LODUCA Spin it around! The plane attempts to land on top of an “Aloha Airlines” 
plane with flowers painted on it. BARRY (V.O) I mean the giant black and yellow 
pulsating flower made of millions of bees! VANESSA Which flower? BARRY That 
flower! VANESSA I’m aiming at the flower! The plane goes after a FAT GUY IN A 
HAWAIIAN SHIRT. BARRY (V.O) That’s a fat guy in a flowered shirt! The other 
other flower! The big one. He snaps a photo and runs away. BARRY (CONT'D) Full 
forward. Ready boys? Nose down. Bring your tail up. Rotate around it. VANESSA 
Oh, this is insane, Barry. BARRY This is the only way I know how to fly. CUT TO:
koo kachoo, or is this plane flying in an insect-like pattern? CUT TO: EXT. 
RUNWAY BARRY (V.O) Get your nose in there. Don’t be afraid of it. Smell it. Full
reverse! Easy, just drop it. Be a part of it. Aim for the center! Now drop it 
in. Drop it in, woman! The plane HOVERS and MANEUVERS, landing in the center of 
the giant flower, like a bee. The FLOWERS from the cargo hold spill out onto the
runway. INT. AIPLANE CABIN The passengers are motionless for a beat. PASSENGER 
Come on already! They hear the “ding ding”, and all jump up to grab their 
luggage out of the overheads. SEQ. 4225 - “RUNWAY SPEECH” EXT. RUNWAY - 
CONTINUOUS The INFLATABLE SLIDES pop out the side of the plane. The passengers 
escape. Barry and Vanessa slide down out of the cockpit. Barry and Vanessa 
exhale a huge breath. VANESSA Barry, we did it. You taught me how to fly. 
Vanessa raises her hand up for a high five. "Bee Movie" - JS REVISIONS 8/13/07 
125. BARRY Yes. No high five. VANESSA Right. ADAM Barry, it worked. Did you see 
the giant flower? BARRY What giant flower? Where? Of course I saw the flower! 
That was genius, man. Genius! ADAM Thank you. BARRY But we’re not done yet. 
Barry flies up to the wing of the plane, and addresses the bee crowd. BARRY 
(CONT’D) Listen everyone. This runway is covered with the last pollen from the 
last flowers available anywhere on Earth. That means this is our last chance. 
We’re the only ones who make honey, pollinate flowers, and dress like this. If 
we’re going to survive as a species, this is our moment. So what do you all say?
Are we going to be bees, or just Museum of Natural History key chains? BEES 
We’re bees! KEYCHAIN BEE Keychain! BARRY Then follow me... Except Keychain. BUZZ
Hold on Barry. You’ve earned this. Buzz puts a pollen jock jacket and helmet 
with Barry’s name on it on Barry. "Bee Movie" - JS REVISIONS 8/13/07 126. BARRY 
I’m a pollen jock! (looking at the jacket. The sleeves are a little long) And 
it’s a perfect fit. All I’ve got to do are the sleeves. The Pollen Jocks toss 
Barry a gun. BARRY (CONT’D) Oh yeah! ANGLE ON: Martin and Janet Benson. JANET 
BENSON That’s our Barry. All the bees descend upon the flowers on the tarmac, 
and start collecting pollen. CUT TO: SEQ. 4250 - “RE-POLLINATION” EXT. SKIES - 
CONTINUOUS The squadron FLIES over the city, REPOLLINATING trees and flowers as 
they go. Barry breaks off from the group, towards Vanessa’s flower shop. CUT TO:
CUT TO: EXT. CENTRAL PARK - CONTINUOUS ANGLE ON: Timmy with a frisbee, as the 
bees fly by. TIMMY Mom, the bees are back! "Bee Movie" - JS REVISIONS 8/13/07 
127. Central Park is completely repollinated by the bees. DISSOLVE TO: INT. 
HONEX - CONTINUOUS Honex is back to normal and everyone is busily working. ANGLE
ON: Adam, putting his Krelman hat on. ADAM If anyone needs to make a call, now’s
the time. I’ve got a feeling we’ll be working late tonight! The bees CHEER. CUT 
TO: SEQ. 4355 EXT: VANESSA’S FLOWER SHOP With a new sign out front. “Vanessa & 
Barry: Flowers, Honey, Legal Advice” DISSOLVE TO: INT: FLOWER COUNTER Vanessa 
doing a brisk trade with many customers. CUT TO: INT: FLOWER SHOP - CONTINUOUS 
Vanessa is selling flowers. In the background, there are SHELVES STOCKED WITH 
HONEY. VANESSA (O.C.) Don’t forget these. Have a great afternoon. Yes, can I 
help who’s next? Who’s next? Would you like some honey with that? It is 
beeapproved. SIGN ON THE BACK ROOM DOOR READS: “Barry Benson: Insects at Law”. 
"Bee Movie" - JS REVISIONS 8/13/07 128. Camera moves into the back room. ANGLE 
ON: Barry. ANGLE ON: Barry’s COW CLIENT. COW Milk, cream, cheese...it’s all me. 
And I don’t see a nickel. BARRY Uh huh? Uh huh? COW (breaking down) Sometimes I 
just feel like a piece of meat. BARRY I had no idea. VANESSA Barry? I’m sorry, 
have you got a moment? BARRY Would you excuse me? My mosquito associate here 
will be able to help you. Mooseblood ENTERS. MOOSEBLOOD Sorry I’m late. COW He’s
a lawyer too? MOOSEBLOOD Ma’am, I was already a bloodsucking parasite. All I 
needed was * a briefcase. * ANGLE ON: Flower Counter. VANESSA (to customer) Have
a great afternoon! (to Barry) Barry, I just got this huge tulip order for a 
wedding, and I can’t get them anywhere. "Bee Movie" - JS REVISIONS 8/13/07 129. 
BARRY Not a problem, Vannie. Just leave it to me. Vanessa turns back to deal 
with a customer. VANESSA You’re a life-saver, Barry. (to the next customer) Can 
I help who’s next? Who’s next? ANGLE ON: Vanessa smiling back at Barry. Barry 
smiles too, then snaps himself out of it. BARRY (speaks into his antennae) 
Alright. Scramble jocks, it’s time to fly! VANESSA Thank you, Barry! EXT. FLOWER
SHOP - CONTINUOUS ANGLE ON: Ken and Andy walking down the street. KEN (noticing 
the new sign) Augh! What in the world? It’s that bee again! ANDY (guiding Ken 
protectively) Let it go, Kenny. KEN That bee is living my life! When will this 
nightmare end? ANDY Let it all go. They don’t break stride. ANGLE ON: Camera in 
front of Barry as he flies out the door and up into the sky. Pollen jocks fold 
in formation behind him as they zoom into the park. BARRY (to Splitz) Beautiful 
day to fly. "Bee Movie" - JS REVISIONS 8/13/07 130. JACKSON Sure is. BARRY 
Between you and me, I was dying to get out of that office. FADE OUT: "Bee Movie"