In the years since its 2007 release, almost every facet of Bee Movie has been embraced the internetā€™s meme community. In recent months, weā€™ve seen Jerry Seinfeldā€™s interspecies rom-com reordered alphabetically and sped up to incomprehensionā€”even recut to exclude bees entirely.


But while the script of Bee Movie has found its way onto a 9,476-word novelty t-shirt, the pure poetry of Seinfeldā€™s magnum opus has never been properly appreciated it. Until now.

Alternating from side of the sound field to the other, brain-tingling YouTube user Maple ASMR whispers the entire Bee Movie screenplay from front to back in a new video, a task that takes just over an hour to complete.

ā€œAccording to all known laws of aviation,ā€ she coos, ā€œthere is no way a bee should be able to fly.ā€


While not strictly accurate, those words first spoken onscreen almost a decade ago continue to hold their own truth. By any objective measure, Bee Movieā€™s wings were too small, its little body too fat. Yet there it goes, flying anyway, doing what humans think is impossible because bees donā€™t care.