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Library and Bus Stop
Act 1. Mr. Bean waits at a bus stop. Act 2. Mr. Bean visits a rare book library, where he reads a rare tome that must be handled with gloves.

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Hair by Mr. Bean of London
Mr Bean annoys everyone at the barbers and goes to a pet show

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Goodnight Mr. Bean
Mr Bean gets his hand stuck in a tea kettle and struggles to sleep...

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Tee Off Mr. Bean
Mr Bean plays a spot of golf and does his laundry

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Back to School Mr. Bean
The self titled and first episode of Mr Bean. Maths exam, the beach and church.

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Do It Yourself Mr. Bean
Mr Bean hosts a New Year's party that doesn't go entirely to plan...

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Mind the Baby Mr. Bean
Mr Bean at the funfair with a baby...

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Mr. Bean in Room 426
Mr Bean shows it all when locked out his room

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Merry Christmas Mr. Bean
The famous episode in which Mr Bean loses his a Turkey!

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Mr. Bean Rides Again
Mr Bean wants to go to the post office, but the battery in his car is dead, so he decides to catch a bus instead. He reaches the bus stop where a man is already waiting for the bus.

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The Trouble With Mr Bean
Mr Bean oversleeps and is late for his dentist appointment. To save time, he decides to dress and clean his teeth whilst driving.

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Mr. Bean Goes to Town
Mr Bean's having TV trouble and is the victim of camera theft.

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The Curse of Mr Bean
Mr Bean's up to mischief at the swimming pool, a scary movie, parking his mini in the garage.

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The Return of Mr Bean
Mr Bean visits the department store, celebrates his birthday and meets Her Majesty the Queen!

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Mr Bean
Mr Bean decides to fake an accident in order to get perks from the hospital.

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Mr. Bean is a comedic British television series that aired on ITV1 from 1990 to 1995. The series is renowned for its humor, originality, and the unique comedic talents of its lead actor, Rowan Atkinson. With a core team of writers comprised of Robin Driscoll and Richard Curtis and directed by John Howard Davies and Paul Weiland, the show made an undeniable mark in television comedy. The critically-acclaimed Mr. Bean is still beloved by audiences across generations, making it one of the most enduring comedies of all time. The show revolves around the almost silent yet immensely entertaining character, Mr. Bean, portrayed by Rowan Atkinson who originally developed the character while studying for his master's degree at Oxford University. "Mr. Bean" is a timeless character - a child trapped in the body of a man, defined by his failures in understanding even the simplest aspects of the world, resulting in hilarious and often absurd situations. Mr. Bean represents the archetype of physical comedy, his humor relying mostly on visual gags and slapstick. The series eschews traditional dialog-based humor, with Mr. Bean often only speaking in mumbles, grunts, or occasional single words. In its place, the comedy arises from Mr. Bean's interactions with his surroundings and his eccentric solutions to the most mundane tasks - from making breakfast to going to church. Whether he's trying to cheat at golf, go to the beach undeterred by a pesky fly, or disrupt a military band, Mr. Bean's strange yet charming adventures never fail to elicit laughter. Atkinson is ably supported by a cast of recurring characters. His long-suffering girlfriend, Irma Gobb, played by Matilda Ziegler, is one of the few people who tolerate his antics, while Robin Driscoll and Richard Wilson also make appearances throughout. Howard Goodall, who composed the iconic theme tune, also plays the choir master in the episode 'Merry Christmas, Mr. Bean.' Furthermore, some episodes also featured well-known British actors in guest roles, adding an additional layer of comedy to the already hilarious script. Richard Briers, Angus Deayton, Sophie Thompson, Phyllis Calvert, Rupert Vansittart, Jamie Yeates, Roger Lloyd-Pack, among others, have made notable guest appearances on the show. Since its debut, the show's innovative format, which relies heavily on visual humor and very little dialogue, has made Mr. Bean universally accessible. Its humor transcends language and cultural barriers, contributing to its global recognition and success. Each episode is essentially a collection of sketches held together by a loose narrative thread - easy to dip in and out of and still understand what's going on. Mr. Bean's iconic Mini, his love for his teddy bear, and his unique approach to the world around him - these are images that have become an indelible part of popular culture. The comedy derived from the simple, everyday life situations, combined with the brilliant physical comedy of Atkinson, is what makes Mr. Bean such an entertaining and widely loved show. From creating ludicrously convoluted solutions to simple problems, being unable to comprehend basic principles of the world, or reacting in the most unexpected ways, Mr. Bean exemplifies the fool's archetype. While he might confuse, exasperate, and even infuriate those around him, his escapades are always entertaining to the viewer and create a cathartic viewing experience for audiences who can laugh at Bean's bumbling exploits without suffering the frustration of having to deal with him in real life. The show's success led to two international feature films, an animated series, and even a stage show that toured globally. Despite its relatively short original run, Mr. Bean's mix of classic physical comedy and delightfully frustrating character study has ensured its status as a timeless comedy classic. In summary, Mr. Bean comprises an irresistible blend of simple, everyday situations turned into hilarious scenarios by the titular character's unorthodox problem-solving methods and ignorance of social norms. Coupled with Atkinson's unique style of physical comedy and the minimalist dialogue, the show has managed to delight audiences worldwide and maintain its popularity well past its original air dates.

Mr. Bean is a series categorized as a canceled. Spanning 1 seasons with a total of 15 episodes, the show debuted on 1990. The series has earned a mostly positive reviews from both critics and viewers. The IMDb score stands at 8.6.

Rowan Atkinson, Matilda Ziegler, Robin Driscoll, Matthew Ashforde, Roger Sloman, Susie McKenna, Nick Hancock, Rupert Vansittart, Howard Goodall, C. J. Allen
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