Sisterhood, sisterhood, the most important thing! We've got the honey and the sting!
Sissy Sullivan is a one-shot Honeybee Scout character from Boston, Massachusetts, who only appeared in the episode "Boston Beean." She was voiced by Amy Poehler, who also had given the same voice to Bessie but different in a way accent-wise.
She is Bessie's pen pal, and the girls send each other "B mail." At first, Bessie thought Sissy was from an entirely different country and culture.
In the episode, she and her mother visit Bessie and Hilary and is pretty similar to her, but seems to possess skills that surpass Bessie's and even befriends Portia Gibbons.
Bessie is frustrated at Sissy's level of skill, which leads to her biting off more than she can chew by selling more taffy than she can. However, Sissy helps Bessie break her record using her Boston accent.
In many ways, Sissy acts identical to Bessie but possesses better than her skills in a grateful way. The only difference between Sissy and Bessie is that Sissy appears to do everything much better while Bessie does the same things but never surpassed Sissy's abilities. That means Sissy can do everything better than her. These are some examples that Sissy can do: Can have a more eco-friendly place compared to Bessie's hive and can get the hang of surfing in the ocean much quicker than Bessie.
She has zeal and passion for the Honeybees that rivals Bessie, having a plethora of badges just like her. At one point she holds the record for selling the most taffy which 423 has been sold.
Sissy is also very caring, having prepared breakfast for Bessie while the latter was asleep. She did not mind Bessie wanting to break her record at all and was more than happy to help her.
A light-skinned girl, Sissy wears a blue uniform and glasses similar to Bessie's, only hers are square-shaped, instead of circular like Bessie's glasses. Also, she has dark red hair, buck teeth similar to Bessie, white socks, and black shoes.
- Main article: Sissy Sullivan/Gallery
- Sissy is a member of Honeybee Troop 787, which uses a lobster as its mascot.
- She is evidently a very smart girl, having learned Cantonese during a weekend class at Harvard University.
- Has a photographic memory, earning the badge of the same name.
- Perlmutter, David (May 4, 2018). The Encyclopedia of American Animated Television Shows. Rowman & Littlefield. Page 391. International standard book number 9781538103746.