If you somehow had some kind of plans tonight, immediately take a raincheck on them, because Bee Movie (2007) has landed on Netflix. Yep, the movie that is absolutely 100% about a horny little bee that falls in love with a full-sized human woman is now streaming for your enjoyment. This is truly a wonderous day.
Hell, I’m now at Week Four of Staying Inside For My Health so why not just lean into the movie that sparked an avalanche of memes about one of the most god-damned cursed relationships, the Jerry Seinfeld-voiced Barry B. Benson and his (frankly alarming) love interest, Vanessa Bloom.
It kicked off one of the most unhinged fan-fictions written to date. It coined the term “beestiality”. It had a joke about all bees being cousins right off the bat. How this movie was considered PG is absolutely beyond me, I swear to God.
So take a moment to revisit these fucken wild memes, because I mean, we’re here for a while so may as well lean into the weirdness, right? If Bee Movie (2007) is on Netflix, then we’re ready to go back to all of this.
May I remind you, Ken is meant to be the antagonist of the film but pretty much ends up being the least unhinged character of all.
Time very well spent tbh.
This is me at least once a day. Especially when I launch into a story and then immediately forget how everything about that story went.
Grim. So fucking grim. Also HOW was it PG, I cannot even.
The video memes? Even better. Even more fucken weird than the movie itself, and it’s a pretty fucking weird movie.
Get it? ‘Cos Jerry Seinfeld? Yeah.
Ah, a classic of the genre.
“I AM BEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE!”
Don’t play this through your speakers. Or, alternatively, do.
This next one isn’t even a meme but actually a scene from the movie which I am genuinely so surprised even exists.
THEY SHOT WINNIE THE POOH WITH A TRANQUILLISER DART AND USED EXCESSIVE FORCE ON AN OLD WOMAN. HOW IS THIS PG??
Anyway, the point is, Bee Movie (2007) is now on Netflix so catch me trying to talk everyone I know into watching it on video chat or something in the very near future.
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