Person A asks Person B if they want to see the World’s Best Skit.
Person B, of course, can’t wait to learn the skit.
Person A tells Person B to act like a flower. They have some dialogue about what the ideal flower looks like.
Person A (the Bee) then tells Person B (the flower) that they are going buzz around Person B like a bumble bee, and when they get to the front of the “flower,” Person B will say, “Bumble Bee, Bumble Bee, give what you got to me.”
Person B assumes the “flower position” and Person A begins to buzz around the stage. Along their journey, they take a sip of water (behind Person B’s back, but in front of the audience).
When the “Bee” arrives at the “Flower,” the Flower says, “Bumble Bee, Bumble Bee, give what you got to me” and the Bee spits the water on the Flower.
Person B is outraged! They then tell Person A that THEY have a great skit. They sarcastically tell Person A to act like a flower and explains the skit as it was explained to them.
So, Person A, now a Flower, assumes the flower position and Person B, now the Bee, begins to buzz around the stage. When the Bee gets far enough away, the Flower runs to a separate cup of water and takes a sip, unknown to the Bee.
When the Bee finally buzzes back to the Flower, he/she becomes very aggitated that the Flower won’t say it’s line.
Finally, the Bee spits out the water and says, “You were supposed to say, ‘Bumble Bee, Bumble Bee, give what you got to me!'”
The Flower spits the water on the Bee, much to the Bee’s surprise!