Four crazy antiheroes on the run. Their leader is the unworldly innocent, naive Marnie, a house cat who is not allowed to leave the house and only knows about real life from television. Based loosely on Grimms "The Bremen Town Musicians" a modern, hilarious road movie is told.
When a tribute announcement demanding half the hive’s honey threatens the very survival of the hive, Maya and her sidekick, Willy, defy the queen’s orders and go to Buzztropolis to confront the Empress. The Empress invites them to participate in the Honey Games, but explains that, if they win, all is forgiven, but if they lose, she will take all of the summer honey. Maya and Willy’s teammates are neither enthusiastic nor athletic, but Maya remains positive and exclaims that “every bug has a talent!” While securing her hive’s future and gaining new friends, Maya learns about teamwork, accountability, and overcoming preconceived notions.
On a quest to find his real family, Gonzo discovers – through his breakfast cereal, no less – that his long-lost relatives are actually aliens from another planet. After announcing his findings to the world on UFOMania, Miss Piggy’s talk show, Gonzo becomes the target of paranoid government operative K. Edgar Singer (Jeffrey Tambor). With the help of Kermit and the gang, he must escape from Singer’s compound and get to the rendezvous point in time to meet his alien family.