Vanessa: Why don't you just fly everywhere? Isn't it faster?
Barry B. Benson: Flying is exhausting. Why don't you humans just run everywhere, isn't that faster?
Vanessa: I see your point.
Barry B. Benson: Larry, bees have never afraid to change the world. I mean, what about Bee Columbus, Bee Ghandi, Bee-Jesus?
Vanessa: My only interest is flowers.
Barry B. Benson: You know, our last queen was elected with that very slogan.
Adam Flayman: Did you hear about Frankie?
Barry B. Benson: Yeah.
Adam Flayman: Are you going to his funeral?
Barry B. Benson: No, I'm not going to his funeral. Everyone knows you sting someone, you die. You don't waste it on a squirrel. He was such a hothead.
Adam Flayman: I guess he could have just gotten out of the way.
Layton T. Montgomery: Mr. Benson Bee, I'm going to ask what I think the entire court here would like to know... what exactly is your relationship to that woman?
Barry B. Benson: We're friends.
Layton T. Montgomery: Good friends?
Barry B. Benson: Yes.
Layton T. Montgomery: How good?
Barry B. Benson: Now, hang on.
Layton T. Montgomery: Do you live together?
Barry B. Benson: Wait, that's not.
Layton T. Montgomery: Are you her little... bedbug?
Barry B. Benson: We demand an end to the glorification of the bear as nothing more than a vicious, smelly, ill-tempered, big-headed stink machine. I believe we all know what they do in the woods.