When they say "Bee" in the Bee Movie

You might be curious, or you might not. Regardless, the Bee Movie says the word "bee" 172 times. That's an average of one "bee" every ~31 seconds. That's a lot of bees.

If anyone is curious how I got this data, I actually watched the Bee Movie. My review would be a perfect 5/7. While watching the movie I had a timing script running which recorded the current time whenever I pressed enter. I also had the script open and was following along to ensure I was prepared for when the movie would say "Bee".

This resulted in the following data after wasting an hour and a half of my life:

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This data is in seconds since the start of the movie. I was utilizing a python graphing library called MatPlotLib in my Bee Movie Sentiment Analysis and decided to use the same library to plot this data.

When plotted, the times they say bee look like this:

Bee location in movie

If anyone is curious how this compares to simply the location of the word 'bee' within the script, here is that graph:

This was another pointless exercise working with python and data plotting tools. Try it out! MatPlotLib is really cool and makes slick looking graphs!