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Bee is the second episode of Alphablocks.


In this episode, E sings about himself, a busy E.

E is the busiest letter in the alphabet and in the musical episode, popular and friendly E shows just how hard working he can be. Doubling up and making words like bee and tree is easy but when he has to save the day by making a word with five E's he's exhausted. He's such a busy E!


Look at me

My name is E

Bet you haven't met

A better letter yet

I'm the busiest letter in the alphabet

E, that's me!

He can make a b-e-d, BED!

He can make it r-e-d, RED!

Look at me

No, look at me

He's another E

He's just the same as me

We can live together in harmony

EE, you and me!

Let's make a b-ee, BEE!

Everybody, one, two, t-r-ee, TREE!

One, two, tree?!


One, two, th-r-ee, THREE!

Another E

A brother E

He's the quiet one in the family

He doesn't say much, he does it silently

E, another three!

And with three E's, we can make you s-n-ee-z-e, SNEEZE!

Ah, ah, ah, achoo!





We need more E's.

More E's?! More E's?!

Yes. Quickly.


b-ee-k-ee-p-er, BEEKEEPER!

Did you ever see

So many E's?

You really never met

A better letter yet

We're the busiest letter in the alphabet

E, that's me!

Characters (in their order of appearance)

  • E
  • B
  • D
  • R
  • K
  • P
  • H
  • T (sound only)
  • S (sound only)
  • N (sound only)
  • Z (sound only)
  • A (sneeze)
  • M (no lines)
  • Y (no lines)


  • Me (Not Actual)
  • Met (Not Actual)
  • Yet (Not Actual)
  • Bed
  • Red
  • Bee
  • Tree
  • Three
  • Sneeze
  • Beekeeper


  • Song: Busy E
    • Busy E is the first song in the series (if you exclude background music).
    • An instrumental version can be heard in Zap.
  • This episode marks:
    • The first where an Alphablock duplicates itself.
    • The first appearances of diagraphs TH, EE, and ER.
    • The digraph ER is the first R-controlled vowel sound used in the series.
    • The first time word magic is used.
  • N, S, T, Z, and digraphs TH and ER only say their sound.
  • A, B, D, H, K, P, and R have spoken lines if you ignore their sound.
  • M,S and Y have no lines in this episode.
  • C, F, G, I, J, L, O, Q, U, V, W, and X are absent in this episode.
  • “Beekeeper” is the first compound word spelled in the series.