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The Best of Mr.Bean

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Bean Best Collection DVD - Complete Set- 18 Episodes
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Life is a difficult challenge for Mr Bean, who despite being a grown adult, has trouble completing even the simplest of tasks. Thankfully, his perseverence is usually rewarded, and he finds an ingenious way around the

problem.Plot Synopsis: Mr. Bean is a grown man who seems to have been literally born yesterday. He gets up to ingenious oddball nonsense every episode while all the time remaining silent. When he does speak, its

with a croaky voice.
Mr. Bean
The title character, played by Atkinson, is a selfish, childlike, sometimes ingenious, and generally likeable buffoon who frequently gets into hilarious situations due to his various schemes and contrivances. The show

relies upon physical comedy, with Mr. Bean speaking very little dialogue.
Mr. Bean often seems unaware of basic aspects of the way the world works, and the programme usually features his attempts at what would normally be considered simple tasks, such as going swimming, redecorating

or taking an exam. The humour largely comes from his original solutions to any problems and his total disregard for others when solving them. Indeed, some of Bean's actions occasionally have a particularly malevolent

aspect to them.
At the beginning of episode 2 onwards, Mr.Bean falls from the sky in a beam of light. Although originally intended by the producers to show his status as an ordinary man cast into the spotlight, this was thought by many

viewers to suggest that an alien race that had planted Mr. Bean on earth, a theory the animated series later followed up. Atkinson himself has acknowledged that Bean "has a slightly alien aspect to him".
Teddie is Mr. Bean's teddy bear, generally regarded as Mr. Bean's best friend. Being inanimate, he is invaluable as a trusted conspirator, easy to beat at chess and doubles as a good dish cloth or paint brush in an

emergency. The bear is a dark brown, knitted oddity with button eyes and sausage-shaped limbs and invariably ends up broken in half or in various other states of destruction. Occasionally, Teddie seems to be almost

animate, such as when Mr. Bean hypnotizes Teddie and snaps his fingers, making the bear's head fall backward as if he's fallen asleep instantly.
Mr. Bean's Mini
Mr. Bean's car, a MkIII Austin Mini, developed a character of sorts. At first, an orange Mini was Mr. Bean's vehicle of choice, but this was crashed at the end of the first episode. From then on, the car was lime green

with a black bonnet. It made its first appearance in 'The Curse of Mr. Bean'.
The Mini was central to several antics, such as Mr. Bean getting dressed in it whilst driving or steering it whilst sitting in an armchair strapped to the roof. It also had a number of innovative security measures; Mr. Bean

fitted the door with a bolt-latch and padlock, rather than use the lock fitted on the car, and he always removed the steering wheel instead of the key, which formed a running joke in several episodes, at one point

deterring a car thief. The car was crushed by a tank in 'Back to School Mr. Bean', but returned in later episodes.
The Mini is often seen in conflict with a light blue Reliant Regal Supervan III, which will usually get tipped over, crashed into, bumped out of its parking space and so forth.
One of the original Mr. Bean Minis is on display at the Cars of the Stars Motor Museum in Keswick, northern England.
Other characters
Although Mr. Bean is the only significant human character in the programme, other characters appear, usually as foils for his various antics. There are only two recurring supporting characters; his sometime "girlfriend"

Irma Gobb (played by Matilda Ziegler) and Mr. Sprout. However, several notable British actors and comedians appear alongside Atkinson in sketches as various one-off supporting characters, including Richard Briers,

Angus Deayton, Nick Hancock, David Schneider and Richard Wilson.
List of episodes:

Episode 01 - MR BEAN
Episode 02 - Good Night, Mr Bean
Episode 03 - Mind the Baby, Mr. Bean
Episode 04 - The Curse of Mr. Bean
Episode 05 - Mr. Bean Goes To Town
Episode 06 - Mr. Bean Rides Again
Episode 07 - Mr. Bean in Room 426
Episode 08 - Do-It-Yourself, Mr. Bean
Episode 09 - Hair by Mr. Bean
Episode 10 - The Return of Mr. Bean
Episode 11 - Back To School, Mr. Bean
Episode 12 - Tee Off, Mr. Bean
Episode 13 - Merry Christmas, Mr. Bean
Episode 14 - The Trouble with Mr. Bean
Episode 15 - The Library
Episode 16 - The Bus Stop
Episode 17 - The Best Bits of Mr. Bean
Episode 18 - The Story of Mr. Bean

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