THESE ARE SOLEY UNDER MY OWN OPINIONS AND NOT FROM THE THOMAS & FRIENDS FAN BASE
Written by Sharon Miller
Directed by Greg Tiernan
Produced by Nicole Stinn
Air Date (UK):
One morning, Thomas arrives at Brendam Docks. He is to take bee hives to Farmer Trotter, and Hiro is to deliver flowers to Farmer McColl. Hiro is very stern, and tells Thomas to take the bees through the woods. But Thomas thinks that the woods are very boring, and takes the route along a large meadow instead.
- The bees were animated nicely
- The rhyming and alliteration
- Wouldn't the bees hives be locked?
- Even if the bees were swarming around Thomas wouldn't they become weak since he in steam.
- Thomas should've been told off by Farmer McColl about taking things without asking.
'Buzz Buzz' is even more entertaining then this tripe. This episode is boring, the rhyming and alliteration are annoying and bad, the bees should've been locked in their hives and even if the bees were swarming around Thomas when he was puffing down the main line, they would've become weak due to the smoke. Yes, I know about Hiro's tender rendering problem, but that's not a big issue. However, there is only one positive and that were the bees, they were animated well when they were swarming up to Thomas to the flower that he took from Farmer McColl, but even that didn't save the episode from being badly written and there is another flaw, Thomas took the flatbed of flowers away from Farmer McColl and Hiro without asking and yet he was let off easy. Kids should learn the moral of not taking things without asking and this episode should've explained that.