In Weaponomics class, the class watches the hero of the month announcement. While Bumblebee watches anxiously, Principal Waller announces that she has won the award, much to her excitement. Her seatmate Green Lantern congratulates her by creating a happy face construct.
Principal Waller explains that Bumblebee consistently demonstrates heroic prowess, with clips of her racing through the flight class obstacle courses and subsequently saving a woman holding a baby from the roof a burning building. In the later clip, Lois Lane reports on the heroic deed.
Wonder Woman explains, covering her ears, that Bumblebee likes loud music, while Bumblebee is seen dancing to loud music in the background of a student lounge. Harley Quinn then remarks while jumping on a trampoline in her dorm that Bumblebee is as "funny as honey". The screen then quickly transitions into and clip of Bumblebee from Fall Into Super Hero High making a presentation. After turning back to her normal size from her shrunken size, she rips her pants and feels embarrassed. She walks offscreen, asking if she heard the Save the Day Alarm.
Finally, Principal Waller explains how Bumblebee is able to save the day in not only big ways, but small ways too, showing clips of her rescuing a rock climber falling off a mountain, and shrinking to retrieve an old man's keys after falling down a sewer. As Principal Waller ends her presentation, Bumblebee flies up next to her in small form and changes to normal size, asking incredulously if she is really the Hero of the Month, surprising Principal Waller.
- Yvette Nicole Brown as Principal Amanda Waller
- Teala Dunn as Bumblebee
- Grey Delisle Griffin as Wonder Woman
- Tara Strong as Harley Quinn
- Clips from "Power Outage" and "Fall Into Super Hero High" are shown.
- This webisode uses the same premise as "Hero of the Month: Poison Ivy".
- The YouTube version originally billed this webisode as "Hero of the Month: Bumble Bee" until it was later corrected.
- This episode is also listed as episode 8 on YouTube. This could be due to production order.