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Jerry Seinfeld Says Sorry For Making 'Bee Movie' So Horny

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Jerry Seinfeld Says Sorry For Making 'Bee Movie' So Horny

According to all known laws of aviation, there is no way that a bee should be able to fly. What a classic eh? For some reason, the beginning line of Bee Movie is seared into my brain, forever there and always reminding me of the everyday impossibility that bees can fly. It also then reminds me of the absolute fever dream that film is, and how a bee hitting on an adult human woman is just a little... strange, wouldn't you say? Well in a recent appearance, Jerry Seinfield has finally said sorry for how horny the kids film is.

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As reported by The Independent, Jerry Seinfeld is sorry for how "uncomfortable" Bee Movie is. The actor who portrayed the main character Barry B. Benson as well as co-wrote the film has jokingly apologised for the film while he was on The Tonight Show promoting the release of Seinfeld on Netflix.

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Jerry Seinfeld said on the program: "I apologise for what seems to be a certain uncomfortable subtle sexual aspect of the Bee Movie. It really was not intentional, but after it came out, I realised this is really not appropriate for children. Because the bee seemed to have a thing for the girl, and we don't really want to pursue that as an idea in children's entertainment."


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And yeah, okay thanks for scaring us all to think that bee/woman relationships are normal Jerry. I don't think I'll ever stop being able to dream of my very own Barry B. Benson flying my way someday - honestly, the unrealistic expectations films give kids these days is ridiculous.

Oh also, does anyone else remember Bee Movie Game or is that just me? I remember sinking so many hours into that game as you could explore the entire hive, drive little honeycomb cars and go about your buzzy bee-uisness. Yes, I added these extra lines to get a bee joke in, sorry not sorry.

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Topics: TV and Film

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