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The Mighty B! TV Show Facts

Bessie is determined to be the best [KWLINK 4718]Honeybee scout ever by collecting every Honeybee badge, thinking that when she does, she’ll turn into the Mighty B! Kidzworld checks out this new show.

Main Characters

  • Bessie Higgenbottom - Bessie is nine years old and the most dedicated member of the Honeybee troop in the whole world. She aspires to collect every badge and become the Mighty B, and has a can-do attitude taken to the extreme, a big heart, and an even bigger personality.
  • Happy Higgenbottom - Happy was a nameless dog with a torn ear who lived down at the wharf before Bessie came to save him from his carefree life. Happy could run away, but he has grown to love the Higgenbottoms, even though he’d never admit it.
  • Benjamin Higgenbottom - Benjamin is seven years old and a great big baby. He’s a scaredy cat but tries to keep up a good front around his sister, because he wants to be her sidekick once she’s the Mighty B.
  • Penny - Penny is a big, happy, but not terribly bright girl who loves taffy and hates math. She has a big heart and loves to help her friends and every once and a while she’ll say something wise beyond her years.
  • Portia Gibbons - She’s a pretty, rich girl who isn’t that rich or pretty really, but fully expects to be a celebrity when she grows up. Used to getting her way, she doesn’t accept being told no and is incredibly lazy.
  • Gwen - Gwen is totally tuned in to hip-hop and urban culture, music and fashion. She has a mind for business and a ten year plan to dominate the music and fashion worlds. She’s also Portia’s trusty partner in crime.

Fun Facts

  • The Mighty B! was first seen on a bonus disc that came with the SpongeBob SquarePants: Atlantis SquarePants DVD in 2007.
  • The show premiered on April 26th, 2008.
  • The Mighty B! was created by Erik Wiese (SpongeBob SquarePants), Cynthia True (The Fairly OddParents), and Saturday Night Live star Amy Poehler.
  • Other voices include comedians Andy Richter and Kenan Thompson.
  • You can catch the Mighty B![/KWLINK] on Nickelodeon every Saturday at 10:30, 9:30 C.

Quotes

"Ask me anything! I know something about everything!" - Bessie

"My Mom says I’m cool." - Benjamin

"Bessie, can you help me?" - Penny

"Try not to be so jealous of me." - Portia

"Great. Glam. Ghandi. Ain’t no G as fierce as me." - Gwen

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