To be a bee, or to be the bee: that is the question. But not for Bessie Higgenbottom. This determined, imaginative, and compassionate gal just wants to grow up to be a hero (of the super kind). And for this dedicated member of Honeybee troop #828, that means becoming the mighty bee! In this buzz-worthy collection of hilarious episodes, get stung by the laughing bee while you catch Bessie rockin' out, goin' overboard on the party circuit, bravin' the great outdoors, and more.
A Nickelodeon series created by Saturday Night Live
's Amy Poehler, The Fairly Oddparents
' Cynthia True, and SpongeBob Square Pants
' Eric Wiese, Mighty B!
is a fast-paced animated comedy about over-achiever Bessie Higgenbottom, a 9-3/4 year-old misfit who's enthusiastically taking on the world to earn the most Honeybee Scout badges she can in hopes of becoming the imaginary superhero "Mighty B." Bessie is surrounded by a wide variety of fellow Honeybee members and friends like the popular Portia, who's got an overabundance of attitude, Portia's second-in-command Gwen, the slow-witted Penny, a worshipping little brother Ben, an imaginary finger-friend, and her rescue-dog Happy. Bessie muddles her way through everything from joining a rock band to babysitting, rescuing and training a dog, campaigning for a ban against zucchini, camping out in the wilderness, and creating an intelligent robot for the science fair. Somehow, Bessie never quite realizes that she's an oddball whom the other kids are often laughing at which, of course, makes her every predicament that much funnier. What Bessie generally discovers as a result of her crazy adventures is that she really can do anything she puts her mind to and, while she may never ever earn enough badges to become the elusive Mighty B, perhaps Bessie is already a superhero in her own right. Bonus features include a 3-1/2 minute "meet the creators and cast" segment, a picture-in-picture comparison of the storyboards and finished episode "Bat Mitzvah Crashers," and a karaoke music video of "Running With the Rainbow Unicorn." (Ages 7 and older) --Tami Horiuchi