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This is the code behind @BeeMovieByWord. When someone tweets at @BeeMovieByWord, it will respond with a word from the script.
#!/usr/bin/python
from twitter import *
import os, json, re
with open('persistence.json') as data_file:
metadata = json.load(data_file)
data_file.close()
with open('script.txt') as script_file:
script_words = script_file.readlines()
script_file.close()
with open('pending_tweets.txt') as tweets_file:
pending_tweets = tweets_file.readlines()
tweets_file.close()
pending_tweets = [x.strip() for x in pending_tweets]
nextWordNum = metadata['nextWordNumber']
lastMentionTweetID = metadata['lastMentionTweetId']
tweetID = lastMentionTweetID
ACCOUNT = 'BEEMOVIEBYWORD'
APPLICATION = 'BEEMOVIEBYWORD'
# print "Logging in to application '" + APPLICATION + "' with account '@" + ACCOUNT + "'"
TWITTER_KEY = os.environ[ACCOUNT + '_TWITTER_KEY']
TWITTER_SECRET = os.environ[ACCOUNT + '_TWITTER_SECRET']
TWITTER_CONSUMER_KEY = os.environ[APPLICATION + '_TWITTER_CONSUMER_KEY']
TWITTER_CONSUMER_SECRET = os.environ[APPLICATION + '_TWITTER_CONSUMER_SECRET']
t = Twitter(
auth=OAuth(TWITTER_KEY, TWITTER_SECRET, TWITTER_CONSUMER_KEY, TWITTER_CONSUMER_SECRET))
# Get your "home" timeline
mentions = t.statuses.mentions_timeline(since_id=lastMentionTweetID)
responseTweets = []
print "New Mentions (" + str(len(mentions)) + ")"
for mention in reversed(mentions):
username = mention['user']['screen_name']
tweetID = mention['id_str']
print "@" + username + ": " + mention['text']
tweetLink = "https://twitter.com/" + username + "/status/" + tweetID
print tweetLink
nextWord = script_words[nextWordNum].strip()
nextWordNum += 1
responseTweet = nextWord + " " + tweetLink
print "Response: " + responseTweet
pending_tweets.append(responseTweet)
print
t.favorites.create(_id=tweetID)
print
# Send the first pending tweet
print "Pending Tweets (" + str(len(pending_tweets)) + ")"
if pending_tweets:
firstPending = pending_tweets.pop(0)
print "sending tweet: " + firstPending
t.statuses.update(
status=firstPending)
with open('pending_tweets.txt', 'w') as tweets_file:
for tweet in pending_tweets:
tweets_file.write(tweet + "\n")
# Save the persistence back
persistence = {'lastMentionTweetId': tweetID, 'nextWordNumber': nextWordNum}
with open('persistence.json', 'w') as f:
json.dump(persistence, f)
According https://twitter.com/AnthonyNixonDev/status/866790584601673732
{"nextWordNumber": 0, "lastMentionTweetId": "1"}
According
to
all
known
laws
of
aviation,
there
is
no
way
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
impossible.
Yellow,
black.
Yellow,
black.
Yellow,
black.
Yellow,
black.
Ooh,
black
and
yellow!
Let's
shake
it
up
a
little.
Barry!
Breakfast
is
ready!
Coming!
Hang
on
a
second.
Hello?
Barry?
Adam?
Can
you
believe
this
is
happening?
I
can't.
I'll
pick
you
up.
Looking
sharp.
Use
the
stairs,
Your
father
paid
good
money
for
those.
Sorry.
I'm
excited.
Here's
the
graduate.
We're
very
proud
of
you,
son.
A
perfect
report
card,
all
B's.
Very
proud.
Ma!
I
got
a
thing
going
here.
You
got
lint
on
your
fuzz.
Ow!
That's
me!
Wave
to
us!
We'll
be
in
row
118,000.
Bye!
Barry,
I
told
you,
stop
flying
in
the
house!
Hey,
Adam.
Hey,
Barry.
Is
that
fuzz
gel?
A
little.
Special
day,
graduation.
Never
thought
I'd
make
it.
Three
days
grade
school,
three
days
high
school.
Those
were
awkward.
Three
days
college.
I'm
glad
I
took
a
day
and
hitchhiked
around
The
Hive.
You
did
come
back
different.
Hi,
Barry.
Artie,
growing
a
mustache?
Looks
good.
Hear
about
Frankie?
Yeah.
You
going
to
the
funeral?
No,
I'm
not
going.
Everybody
knows,
sting
someone,
you
die.
Don't
waste
it
on
a
squirrel.
Such
a
hothead.
I
guess
he
could
have
just
gotten
out
of
the
way.
I
love
this
incorporating
an
amusement
park
into
our
day.
That's
why
we
don't
need
vacations.
Boy,
quite
a
bit
of
pomp
under
the
circumstances.
Well,
Adam,
today
we
are
men.
We
are!
Bee-men.
Amen!
Hallelujah!
Students,
faculty,
distinguished
bees,
please
welcome
Dean
Buzzwell.
Welcome,
New
Hive
City
graduating
class
of
9:15.
That
concludes
our
ceremonies
And
begins
your
career
at
Honex
Industries!
Will
we
pick
our
job
today?
I
heard
it's
just
orientation.
Heads
up!
Here
we
go.
Keep
your
hands
and
antennas
inside
the
tram
at
all
times.
Wonder
what
it'll
be
like?
A
little
scary.
Welcome
to
Honex,
a
division
of
Honesco
and
a
part
of
the
Hexagon
Group.
This
is
it!
Wow.
Wow.
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.
Our
top-secret
formula
is
automatically
color-corrected,
scent-adjusted
and
bubble-contoured
into
this
soothing
sweet
syrup
with
its
distinctive
golden
glow
you
know
as...
Honey!
That
girl
was
hot.
She's
my
cousin!
She
is?
Yes,
we're
all
cousins.
Right.
You're
right.
At
Honex,
we
constantly
strive
to
improve
every
aspect
of
bee
existence.
These
bees
are
stress-testing
a
new
helmet
technology.
What
do
you
think
he
makes?
Not
enough.
Here
we
have
our
latest
advancement,
the
Krelman.
What
does
that
do?
Catches
that
little
strand
of
honey
that
hangs
after
you
pour
it.
Saves
us
millions.
Can
anyone
work
on
the
Krelman?
Of
course.
Most
bee
jobs
are
small
ones.
But
bees
know
that
every
small
job,
if
it's
done
well,
means
a
lot.
But
choose
carefully
because
you'll
stay
in
the
job
you
pick
for
the
rest
of
your
life.
The
same
job
the
rest
of
your
life?
I
didn't
know
that.
What's
the
difference?
You'll
be
happy
to
know
that
bees,
as
a
species,
haven't
had
one
day
off
in
27
million
years.
So
you'll
just
work
us
to
death?
We'll
sure
try.
Wow!
That
blew
my
mind!
"What's
the
difference?"
How
can
you
say
that?
One
job
forever?
That's
an
insane
choice
to
have
to
make.
I'm
relieved.
Now
we
only
have
to
make
one
decision
in
life.
But,
Adam,
how
could
they
never
have
told
us
that?
Why
would
you
question
anything?
We're
bees.
We're
the
most
perfectly
functioning
society
on
Earth.
You
ever
think
maybe
things
work
a
little
too
well
here?
Like
what?
Give
me
one
example.
I
don't
know.
But
you
know
what
I'm
talking
about.
Please
clear
the
gate.
Royal
Nectar
Force
on
approach.
Wait
a
second.
Check
it
out.
Hey,
those
are
Pollen
Jocks!
Wow.
I've
never
seen
them
this
close.
They
know
what
it's
like
outside
The
Hive.
Yeah,
but
some
don't
come
back.
Hey,
Jocks!
Hi,
Jocks!
You
guys
did
great!
You're
monsters!
You're
sky
freaks!
I
love
it!
I
love
it!
I
wonder
where
they
were.
I
don't
know.
Their
day's
not
planned.
Outside
The
Hive,
flying
who
knows
where,
doing
who
knows
what.
You
can't
just
decide
to
be
a
Pollen
Jock.
You
have
to
be
bred
for
that.
Right.
Look.
That's
more
pollen
than
you
and
I
will
see
in
a
lifetime.
It's
just
a
status
symbol.
Bees
make
too
much
of
it.
Perhaps.
Unless
you're
wearing
it
and
the
ladies
see
you
wearing
it.
Those
ladies?
Aren't
they
our
cousins
too?
Distant.
Distant.
Look
at
these
two.
Couple
of
Hive
Harrys.
Let's
have
fun
with
them.
It
must
be
dangerous
being
a
Pollen
Jock.
Yeah.
Once
a
bear
pinned
me
against
a
mushroom!
He
had
a
paw
on
my
throat,
and
with
the
other,
he
was
slapping
me!
Oh,
my!
I
never
thought
I'd
knock
him
out.
What
were
you
doing
during
this?
Trying
to
alert
the
authorities.
I
can
autograph
that.
A
little
gusty
out
there
today,
wasn't
it,
comrades?
Yeah.
Gusty.
We're
hitting
a
sunflower
patch
six
miles
from
here
tomorrow.
Six
miles,
huh?
Barry!
A
puddle
jump
for
us,
but
maybe
you're
not
up
for
it.
Maybe
I
am.
You
are
not!
We're
going
0900
at
J-Gate.
What
do
you
think,
buzzy-boy?
Are
you
bee
enough?
I
might
be.
It
all
depends
on
what
0900
means.
Hey,
Honex!
Dad,
you
surprised
me.
You
decide
what
you're
interested
in?
Well,
there's
a
lot
of
choices.
But
you
only
get
one.
Do
you
ever
get
bored
doing
the
same
job
every
day?
Son,
let
me
tell
you
about
stirring.
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.
You
know,
Dad,
the
more
I
think
about
it,
maybe
the
honey
field
just
isn't
right
for
me.
You
were
thinking
of
what,
making
balloon
animals?
That's
a
bad
job
for
a
guy
with
a
stinger.
Janet,
your
son's
not
sure
he
wants
to
go
into
honey!
Barry,
you
are
so
funny
sometimes.
I'm
not
trying
to
be
funny.
You're
not
funny!
You're
going
into
honey.
Our
son,
the
stirrer!
You're
gonna
be
a
stirrer?
No
one's
listening
to
me!
Wait
till
you
see
the
sticks
I
have.
I
could
say
anything
right
now.
I'm
gonna
get
an
ant
tattoo!
Let's
open
some
honey
and
celebrate!
Maybe
I'll
pierce
my
thorax.
Shave
my
antennae.
Shack
up
with
a
grasshopper.
Get
a
gold
tooth
and
call
everybody
"dawg"!
I'm
so
proud.
We're
starting
work
today!
Today's
the
day.
Come
on!
All
the
good
jobs
will
be
gone.
Yeah,
right.
Pollen
counting,
stunt
bee,
pouring,
stirrer,
front
desk,
hair
removal...
Is
it
still
available?
Hang
on.
Two
left!
One
of
them's
yours!
Congratulations!
Step
to
the
side.
What'd
you
get?
Picking
crud
out.
Stellar!
Wow!
Couple
of
newbies?
Yes,
sir!
Our
first
day!
We
are
ready!
Make
your
choice.
You
want
to
go
first?
No,
you
go.
Oh,
my.
What's
available?
Restroom
attendant's
open,
not
for
the
reason
you
think.
Any
chance
of
getting
the
Krelman?
Sure,
you're
on.
I'm
sorry,
the
Krelman
just
closed
out.
Wax
monkey's
always
open.
The
Krelman
opened
up
again.
What
happened?
A
bee
died.
Makes
an
opening.
See?
He's
dead.
Another
dead
one.
Deady.
Deadified.
Two
more
dead.
Dead
from
the
neck
up.
Dead
from
the
neck
down.
That's
life!
Oh,
this
is
so
hard!
Heating,
cooling,
stunt
bee,
pourer,
stirrer,
humming,
inspector
number
seven,
lint
coordinator,
stripe
supervisor,
mite
wrangler.
Barry,
what
do
you
think
I
should...
Barry?
Barry!
All
right,
we've
got
the
sunflower
patch
in
quadrant
nine...
What
happened
to
you?
Where
are
you?
I'm
going
out.
Out?
Out
where?
Out
there.
Oh,
no!
I
have
to,
before
I
go
to
work
for
the
rest
of
my
life.
You're
gonna
die!
You're
crazy!
Hello?
Another
call
coming
in.
If
anyone's
feeling
brave,
there's
a
Korean
deli
on
83rd
that
gets
their
roses
today.
Hey,
guys.
Look
at
that.
Isn't
that
the
kid
we
saw
yesterday?
Hold
it,
son,
flight
deck's
restricted.
It's
OK,
Lou.
We're
gonna
take
him
up.
Really?
Feeling
lucky,
are
you?
Sign
here,
here.
Just
initial
that.
Thank
you.
OK.
You
got
a
rain
advisory
today,
and
as
you
all
know,
bees
cannot
fly
in
rain.
So
be
careful.
As
always,
watch
your
brooms,
hockey
sticks,
dogs,
birds,
bears
and
bats.
Also,
I
got
a
couple
of
reports
of
root
beer
being
poured
on
us.
Murphy's
in
a
home
because
of
it,
babbling
like
a
cicada!
That's
awful.
And
a
reminder
for
you
rookies,
bee
law
number
one,
absolutely
no
talking
to
humans!
All
right,
launch
positions!
Buzz,
buzz,
buzz,
buzz!
Buzz,
buzz,
buzz,
buzz!
Buzz,
buzz,
buzz,
buzz!
Black
and
yellow!
Hello!
You
ready
for
this,
hot
shot?
Yeah.
Yeah,
bring
it
on.
Wind,
check.
Antennae,
check.
Nectar
pack,
check.
Wings,
check.
Stinger,
check.
Scared
out
of
my
shorts,
check.
OK,
ladies,
let's
move
it
out!
Pound
those
petunias,
you
striped
stem-suckers!
All
of
you,
drain
those
flowers!
Wow!
I'm
out!
I
can't
believe
I'm
out!
So
blue.
I
feel
so
fast
and
free!
Box
kite!
Wow!
Flowers!
This
is
Blue
Leader,
We
have
roses
visual.
Bring
it
around
30
degrees
and
hold.
Roses!
30
degrees,
roger.
Bringing
it
around.
Stand
to
the
side,
kid.
It's
got
a
bit
of
a
kick.
That
is
one
nectar
collector!
Ever
see
pollination
up
close?
No,
sir.
I
pick
up
some
pollen
here,
sprinkle
it
over
here.
Maybe
a
dash
over
there,
a
pinch
on
that
one.
See
that?
It's
a
little
bit
of
magic.
That's
amazing.
Why
do
we
do
that?
That's
pollen
power.
More
pollen,
more
flowers,
more
nectar,
more
honey
for
us.
Cool.
I'm
picking
up
a
lot
of
bright
yellow,
Could
be
daisies,
Don't
we
need
those?
Copy
that
visual.
Wait.
One
of
these
flowers
seems
to
be
on
the
move.
Say
again?
You're
reporting
a
moving
flower?
Affirmative.
That
was
on
the
line!
This
is
the
coolest.
What
is
it?
I
don't
know,
but
I'm
loving
this
color.
It
smells
good.
Not
like
a
flower,
but
I
like
it.
Yeah,
fuzzy.
Chemical-y.
Careful,
guys.
It's
a
little
grabby.
My
sweet
lord
of
bees!
Candy-brain,
get
off
there!
Problem!
Guys!
This
could
be
bad.
Affirmative.
Very
close.
Gonna
hurt.
Mama's
little
boy.
You
are
way
out
of
position,
rookie!
Coming
in
at
you
like
a
missile!
Help
me!
I
don't
think
these
are
flowers.
Should
we
tell
him?
I
think
he
knows.
What
is
this?!
Match
point!
You
can
start
packing
up,
honey,
because
you're
about
to
eat
it!
Yowser!
Gross.
There's
a
bee
in
the
car!
Do
something!
I'm
driving!
Hi,
bee.
He's
back
here!
He's
going
to
sting
me!
Nobody
move.
If
you
don't
move,
he
won't
sting
you.
Freeze!
He
blinked!
Spray
him,
Granny!
What
are
you
doing?!
Wow...
the
tension
level
out
here
is
unbelievable.
I
gotta
get
home.
Can't
fly
in
rain.
Can't
fly
in
rain.
Can't
fly
in
rain.
Mayday!
Mayday!
Bee
going
down!
Ken,
could
you
close
the
window
please?
Ken,
could
you
close
the
window
please?
Check
out
my
new
resume.
I
made
it
into
a
fold-out
brochure.
You
see?
Folds
out.
Oh,
no.
More
humans.
I
don't
need
this.
What
was
that?
Maybe
this
time.
This
time.
This
time.
This
time!
This
time!
This...
Drapes!
That
is
diabolical.
It's
fantastic.
It's
got
all
my
special
skills,
even
my
top-ten
favorite
movies.
What's
number
one?
Star
Wars?
Nah,
I
don't
go
for
that...
kind
of
stuff.
No
wonder
we
shouldn't
talk
to
them.
They're
out
of
their
minds.
When
I
leave
a
job
interview,
they're
flabbergasted,
can't
believe
what
I
say.
There's
the
sun.
Maybe
that's
a
way
out.
I
don't
remember
the
sun
having
a
big
75
on
it.
I
predicted
global
warming.
I
could
feel
it
getting
hotter.
At
first
I
thought
it
was
just
me.
Wait!
Stop!
Bee!
Stand
back.
These
are
winter
boots.
Wait!
Don't
kill
him!
You
know
I'm
allergic
to
them!
This
thing
could
kill
me!
Why
does
his
life
have
less
value
than
yours?
Why
does
his
life
have
any
less
value
than
mine?
Is
that
your
statement?
I'm
just
saying
all
life
has
value.
You
don't
know
what
he's
capable
of
feeling.
My
brochure!
There
you
go,
little
guy.
I'm
not
scared
of
him.It's
an
allergic
thing.
Put
that
on
your
resume
brochure.
My
whole
face
could
puff
up.
Make
it
one
of
your
special
skills.
Knocking
someone
out
is
also
a
special
skill.
Right.
Bye,
Vanessa.
Thanks.
Vanessa,
next
week?
Yogurt
night?
Sure,
Ken.
You
know,
whatever.
You
could
put
carob
chips
on
there.
Bye.
Supposed
to
be
less
calories.
Bye.
I
gotta
say
something.
She
saved
my
life.
I
gotta
say
something.
All
right,
here
it
goes.
Nah.
What
would
I
say?
I
could
really
get
in
trouble.
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!
Hi!
I'm
sorry.
You're
talking.
Yes,
I
know.
You're
talking!
I'm
so
sorry.
No,
it's
OK.
It's
fine.
I
know
I'm
dreaming.
But
I
don't
recall
going
to
bed.
Well,
I'm
sure
this
is
very
disconcerting.
This
is
a
bit
of
a
surprise
to
me.
I
mean,
you're
a
bee!
I
am.
And
I'm
not
supposed
to
be
doing
this,
but
they
were
all
trying
to
kill
me.
And
if
it
wasn't
for
you...
I
had
to
thank
you.
It's
just
how
I
was
raised.
That
was
a
little
weird.
I'm
talking
with
a
bee.
Yeah.
I'm
talking
to
a
bee.
And
the
bee
is
talking
to
me!
I
just
want
to
say
I'm
grateful.
I'll
leave
now.
Wait!
How
did
you
learn
to
do
that?
What?
The
talking
thing.
Same
way
you
did,
I
guess.
"Mama,
Dada,
honey."
You
pick
it
up.
That's
very
funny.
Yeah.
Bees
are
funny.
If
we
didn't
laugh,
we'd
cry
with
what
we
have
to
deal
with.
Anyway...
Can
I...
get
you
something?
Like
what?
I
don't
know.
I
mean...
I
don't
know.
Coffee?
I
don't
want
to
put
you
out.
It's
no
trouble.
It
takes
two
minutes.
It's
just
coffee.
I
hate
to
impose.
Don't
be
ridiculous!
Actually,
I
would
love
a
cup.
Hey,
you
want
rum
cake?
I
shouldn't.
Have
some.
No,
I
can't.
Come
on!
I'm
trying
to
lose
a
couple
micrograms.
Where?
These
stripes
don't
help.
You
look
great!
I
don't
know
if
you
know
anything
about
fashion.
Are
you
all
right?
No.
He's
making
the
tie
in
the
cab
as
they're
flying
up
Madison.
He
finally
gets
there.
He
runs
up
the
steps
into
the
church.
The
wedding
is
on.
And
he
says,
"Watermelon?
I
thought
you
said
Guatemalan.
Why
would
I
marry
a
watermelon?"
Is
that
a
bee
joke?
That's
the
kind
of
stuff
we
do.
Yeah,
different.
So,
what
are
you
gonna
do,
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.
I
know
how
you
feel.
You
do?
Sure.
My
parents
wanted
me
to
be
a
lawyer
or
a
doctor,
but
I
wanted
to
be
a
florist.
Really?
My
only
interest
is
flowers.
Our
new
queen
was
just
elected
with
that
same
campaign
slogan.
Anyway,
if
you
look...
There's
my
hive
right
there.
See
it?
You're
in
Sheep
Meadow!
Yes!
I'm
right
off
the
Turtle
Pond!
No
way!
I
know
that
area.
I
lost
a
toe
ring
there
once.
Why
do
girls
put
rings
on
their
toes?
Why
not?
It's
like
putting
a
hat
on
your
knee.
Maybe
I'll
try
that.
You
all
right,
ma'am?
Oh,
yeah.
Fine.
Just
having
two
cups
of
coffee!
Anyway,
this
has
been
great.
Thanks
for
the
coffee.
Yeah,
it's
no
trouble.
Sorry
I
couldn't
finish
it.
If
I
did,
I'd
be
up
the
rest
of
my
life.
Are
you...?
Can
I
take
a
piece
of
this
with
me?
Sure!
Here,
have
a
crumb.
Thanks!
Yeah.
All
right.
Well,
then...
I
guess
I'll
see
you
around.
Or
not.
OK,
Barry.
And
thank
you
so
much
again...
for
before.
Oh,
that?
That
was
nothing.
Well,
not
nothing,
but...
Anyway...
This
can't
possibly
work.
He's
all
set
to
go.
We
may
as
well
try
it.
OK,
Dave,
pull
the
chute.
Sounds
amazing.
It
was
amazing!
It
was
the
scariest,
happiest
moment
of
my
life.
Humans!
I
can't
believe
you
were
with
humans!
Giant,
scary
humans!
What
were
they
like?
Huge
and
crazy.
They
talk
crazy.
They
eat
crazy
giant
things.
They
drive
crazy.
Do
they
try
and
kill
you,
like
on
TV?
Some
of
them.
But
some
of
them
don't.
How'd
you
get
back?
Poodle.
You
did
it,
and
I'm
glad.
You
saw
whatever
you
wanted
to
see.
You
had
your
"experience."
Now
you
can
pick
out
yourjob
and
be
normal.
Well...
Well?
Well,
I
met
someone.
You
did?
Was
she
Bee-ish?
A
wasp?!
Your
parents
will
kill
you!
No,
no,
no,
not
a
wasp.
Spider?
I'm
not
attracted
to
spiders.
I
know
it's
the
hottest
thing,
with
the
eight
legs
and
all.
I
can't
get
by
that
face.
So
who
is
she?
She's...
human.
No,
no.
That's
a
bee
law.
You
wouldn't
break
a
bee
law.
Her
name's
Vanessa.
Oh,
boy.
She's
so
nice.
And
she's
a
florist!
Oh,
no!
You're
dating
a
human
florist!
We're
not
dating.
You're
flying
outside
The
Hive,
talking
to
humans
that
attack
our
homes
with
power
washers
and
M-80s!
One-eighth
a
stick
of
dynamite!
She
saved
my
life!
And
she
understands
me.
This
is
over!
Eat
this.
This
is
not
over!
What
was
that?
They
call
it
a
crumb.
It
was
so
stingin'
stripey!
And
that's
not
what
they
eat.
That's
what
falls
off
what
they
eat!
You
know
what
a
Cinnabon
is?
No.
It's
bread
and
cinnamon
and
frosting.
They
heat
it
up...
Sit
down!
...really
hot!
Listen
to
me!
We
are
not
them!
We're
us.
There's
us
and
there's
them!
Yes,
but
who
can
deny
the
heart
that
is
yearning?
There's
no
yearning.
Stop
yearning.
Listen
to
me!
You
have
got
to
start
thinking
bee,
my
friend.
Thinking
bee!
Thinking
bee.
Thinking
bee.
Thinking
bee!
Thinking
bee!
Thinking
bee!
Thinking
bee!
There
he
is.
He's
in
the
pool.
You
know
what
your
problem
is,
Barry?
I
gotta
start
thinking
bee?
How
much
longer
will
this
go
on?
It's
been
three
days!
Why
aren't
you
working?
I've
got
a
lot
of
big
life
decisions
to
think
about.
What
life?
You
have
no
life!
You
have
no
job.
You're
barely
a
bee!
Would
it
kill
you
to
make
a
little
honey?
Barry,
come
out.
Your
father's
talking
to
you.
Martin,
would
you
talk
to
him?
Barry,
I'm
talking
to
you!
You
coming?
Got
everything?
All
set!
Go
ahead.
I'll
catch
up.
Don't
be
too
long.
Watch
this!
Vanessa!
We're
still
here.
I
told
you
not
to
yell
at
him.
He
doesn't
respond
to
yelling!
Then
why
yell
at
me?
Because
you
don't
listen!
I'm
not
listening
to
this.
Sorry,
I've
gotta
go.
Where
are
you
going?
I'm
meeting
a
friend.
A
girl?
Is
this
why
you
can't
decide?
Bye.
I
just
hope
she's
Bee-ish.
They
have
a
huge
parade
of
flowers
every
year
in
Pasadena?
To
be
in
the
Tournament
of
Roses,
that's
every
florist's
dream!
Up
on
a
float,
surrounded
by
flowers,
crowds
cheering.
A
tournament.
Do
the
roses
compete
in
athletic
events?
No.
All
right,
I've
got
one.
How
come
you
don't
fly
everywhere?
It's
exhausting.
Why
don't
you
run
everywhere?
It's
faster.
Yeah,
OK,
I
see,
I
see.
All
right,
your
turn.
TiVo.
You
can
just
freeze
live
TV?
That's
insane!
You
don't
have
that?
We
have
Hivo,
but
it's
a
disease.
It's
a
horrible,
horrible
disease.
Oh,
my.
Dumb
bees!
You
must
want
to
sting
all
those
jerks.
We
try
not
to
sting.
It's
usually
fatal
for
us.
So
you
have
to
watch
your
temper.
Very
carefully.
You
kick
a
wall,
take
a
walk,
write
an
angry
letter
and
throw
it
out.
Work
through
it
like
any
emotion:
Anger,
jealousy,
lust.
Oh,
my
goodness!
Are
you
OK?
Yeah.
What
is
wrong
with
you?!
It's
a
bug.
He's
not
bothering
anybody.
Get
out
of
here,
you
creep!
What
was
that?
A
Pic
'N'
Save
circular?
Yeah,
it
was.
How
did
you
know?
It
felt
like
about
10
pages.
Seventy-five
is
pretty
much
our
limit.
You've
really
got
that
down
to
a
science.
I
lost
a
cousin
to
Italian
Vogue.
I'll
bet.
What
in
the
name
of
Mighty
Hercules
is
this?
How
did
this
get
here?
cute
Bee,
Golden
Blossom,
Ray
Liotta
Private
Select?
Is
he
that
actor?
I
never
heard
of
him.
Why
is
this
here?
For
people.
We
eat
it.
You
don't
have
enough
food
of
your
own?
Well,
yes.
How
do
you
get
it?
Bees
make
it.
I
know
who
makes
it!
And
it's
hard
to
make
it!
There's
heating,
cooling,
stirring.
You
need
a
whole
Krelman
thing!
It's
organic.
It's
our-ganic!
It's
just
honey,
Barry.
Just
what?!
Bees
don't
know
about
this!
This
is
stealing!
A
lot
of
stealing!
You've
taken
our
homes,
schools,hospitals!
This
is
all
we
have!
And
it's
on
sale?!
I'm
getting
to
the
bottom
of
this.
I'm
getting
to
the
bottom
of
all
of
this!
Hey,
Hector.
You
almost
done?
Almost.
He
is
here.
I
sense
it.
Well,
I
guess
I'll
go
home
now
and
just
leave
this
nice
honey
out,
with
no
one
around.
You're
busted,
box
boy!
I
knew
I
heard
something.
So
you
can
talk!
I
can
talk.
And
now
you'll
start
talking!
Where
you
getting
the
sweet
stuff?
Who's
your
supplier?
I
don't
understand.
I
thought
we
were
friends.
The
last
thing
we
want
to
do
is
upset
bees!
You're
too
late!
It's
ours
now!
You,
sir,
have
crossed
the
wrong
sword!
You,
sir,
will
be
lunch
for
my
iguana,
Ignacio!
Where
is
the
honey
coming
from?
Tell
me
where!
Honey
Farms!
It
comes
from
Honey
Farms!
Crazy
person!
What
horrible
thing
has
happened
here?
These
faces,
they
never
knew
what
hit
them.
And
now
they're
on
the
road
to
nowhere!
Just
keep
still.
What?
You're
not
dead?
Do
I
look
dead?
They
will
wipe
anything
that
moves.
Where
you
headed?
To
Honey
Farms.
I
am
onto
something
huge
here.
I'm
going
to
Alaska.
Moose
blood,
crazy
stuff.
Blows
your
head
off!
I'm
going
to
Tacoma.
And
you?
He
really
is
dead.
All
right.
Uh-oh!
What
is
that?!
Oh,
no!
A
wiper!
Triple
blade!
Triple
blade?
Jump
on!
It's
your
only
chance,
bee!
Why
does
everything
have
to
be
so
doggone
clean?!
How
much
do
you
people
need
to
see?!
Open
your
eyes!
Stick
your
head
out
the
window!
From
NPR
News
in
Washington,
I'm
Carl
Kasell.
But
don't
kill
no
more
bugs!
Bee!
Moose
blood
guy!!
You
hear
something?
Like
what?
Like
tiny
screaming.
Turn
off
the
radio.
Whassup,
bee
boy?
Hey,
Blood.
Just
a
row
of
honey
jars,
as
far
as
the
eye
could
see.
Wow!
I
assume
wherever
this
truck
goes
is
where
they're
getting
it.
I
mean,
that
honey's
ours.
Bees
hang
tight.
We're
all
jammed
in.
It's
a
close
community.
Not
us,
man.
We
on
our
own.
Every
mosquito
on
his
own.
What
if
you
get
in
trouble?
You
a
mosquito,
you
in
trouble.
Nobody
likes
us.
They
just
smack.
See
a
mosquito,
smack,
smack!
At
least
you're
out
in
the
world.
You
must
meet
girls.
Mosquito
girls
try
to
trade
up,
get
with
a
moth,
dragonfly.
Mosquito
girl
don't
want
no
mosquito.
You
got
to
be
kidding
me!
Mooseblood's
about
to
leave
the
building!
So
long,
bee!
Hey,
guys!
Mooseblood!
I
knew
I'd
catch
y'all
down
here.
Did
you
bring
your
crazy
straw?
We
throw
it
in
jars,
slap
a
label
on
it,
and
it's
pretty
much
pure
profit.
What
is
this
place?
A
bee's
got
a
brain
the
size
of
a
pinhead.
They
are
pinheads!
Pinhead.
Check
out
the
new
smoker.
Oh,
sweet.
That's
the
one
you
want.
The
Thomas
3000!
Smoker?
Ninety
puffs
a
minute,
semi-automatic.
Twice
the
nicotine,
all
the
tar.
A
couple
breaths
of
this
knocks
them
right
out.
They
make
the
honey,
and
we
make
the
money.
"They
make
the
honey,
and
we
make
the
money"?
Oh,
my!
What's
going
on?
Are
you
OK?
Yeah.
It
doesn't
last
too
long.
Do
you
know
you're
in
a
fake
hive
with
fake
walls?
Our
queen
was
moved
here.
We
had
no
choice.
This
is
your
queen?
That's
a
man
in
women's
clothes!
That's
a
drag
queen!
What
is
this?
Oh,
no!
There's
hundreds
of
them!
Bee
honey.
Our
honey
is
being
brazenly
stolen
on
a
massive
scale!
This
is
worse
than
anything
bears
have
done!
I
intend
to
do
something.
Oh,
Barry,
stop.
Who
told
you
humans
are
taking
our
honey?
That's
a
rumor.
Do
these
look
like
rumors?
That's
a
conspiracy
theory.
These
are
obviously
doctored
photos.
How
did
you
get
mixed
up
in
this?
He's
been
talking
to
humans.
What?
Talking
to
humans?!
He
has
a
human
girlfriend.
And
they
make
out!
Make
out?
Barry!
We
do
not.
You
wish
you
could.
Whose
side
are
you
on?
The
bees!
I
dated
a
cricket
once
in
San
Antonio.
Those
crazy
legs
kept
me
up
all
night.
Barry,
this
is
what
you
want
to
do
with
your
life?
I
want
to
do
it
for
all
our
lives.
Nobody
works
harder
than
bees!
Dad,
I
remember
you
coming
home
so
overworked
your
hands
were
still
stirring.
You
couldn't
stop.
I
remember
that.
What
right
do
they
have
to
our
honey?
We
live
on
two
cups
a
year.
They
put
it
in
lip
balm
for
no
reason
whatsoever!
Even
if
it's
true,
what
can
one
bee
do?
Sting
them
where
it
really
hurts.
In
the
face!
The
eye!
That
would
hurt.
No.
Up
the
nose?
That's
a
killer.
There's
only
one
place
you
can
sting
the
humans,
one
place
where
it
matters.
Hive
at
Five,
The
Hive's
only
full-hour
action
news
source.
No
more
bee
beards!
With
Bob
Bumble
at
the
anchor
desk.
Weather
with
Storm
Stinger.
Sports
with
Buzz
Larvi.
And
Jeanette
Chung.
Good
evening.
I'm
Bob
Bumble.
And
I'm
Jeanette
Ohung.
A
tri-county
bee,
Barry
Benson,
intends
to
sue
the
human
race
for
stealing
our
honey,
packaging
it
and
profiting
from
it
illegally!
Tomorrow
night
on
Bee
Larry
King,
we'll
have
three
former
queens
here
in
our
studio,
discussing
their
new
book,