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When proprietor Bobby Bolivia couldn't agree on a price, however, it looked like Sam would wind up buying another car, so Bumblebee used a high-frequency sound wave to blow out the windows of every other vehicle in the lot, leaving Bolivia with no choice but to sell him.
The next day, Sam and his friend Miles Lancaster drove Bumblebee down to a party at the lake, where the disguised Autobot decided to do the boy a favor, playing "Drive" on his radio to subtly convince Sam to kick Miles out and offer his crush Mikaela Banes a ride home.
Although he is not the strongest or most powerful of the Autobots, Bumblebee more than makes up for this with a bottomless well of luck, determination and bravery.
He would gladly give his life to protect others and stop the Decepticons.
After the war however, Bumblebee left Earth to resume his search while Hot Rod remained behind.
As the decades passed, Bumblebee would not come to remember World War II as a particularly noteworthy conflict.
Prime explained that Sam had been targeted because he owned a set of glasses belonging to his grandfather, Archibald Witwicky, which had the location on the All Spark inscribed on their lenses, and the entire group returned to the Witwicky home so they could obtain them.
Though the glasses were soon found, the forces of Sector Seven soon descended upon the house and apprehended Sam and Mikaela.
He can also communicate with the Autobots' human allies and his friend, Sam Witwicky, by playing audio clips from popular media on his radio.
While fleeing this new threat, Sam ran into Mikaela, and Bumblebee then snatched the pair up and drove them away, with Barricade in hot pursuit.
Taking refuge at a deserted chemical plant, Bumblebee revealed his robot form to the two humans so he could engage Barricade in combat, eventually knocked the Decepticon out after a brawl.
This species is a true northerner, being found in a circular distribution around the arctic, ranging all the way from Alaska, to Greenland, Scandinavia and northern Russia right across to the Bering Sea.
The Northern Bumblebee is an important pollinator of the short-lived arctic flowers, visiting the blossoms of Arctic Poppies, Arctic Roses and Arctic Willows.