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List of Mr. Bean episodes

This is an episode guide for the British television series Mr. Bean, starring Rowan Atkinson, which ran between 1 January 1990[1] and 15 December 1995.


# Title Directed by Written by Original airdate[1]
1"Mr. Bean"John Howard DaviesBen Elton, Richard Curtis, and Rowan Atkinson1 January 1990 (1990-01-01)
Mr. Bean attends a maths exam, during which he tries to copy from a student (Paul Bown) under the nose of the invigilator (Rudolph Walker); he surreptitiously changes into his swimming trunks so as not to be noticed by someone nearby (Roger Sloman); and he struggles to stay awake during a church service, much to the annoyance of the man sitting next to him, Mr. Sprout (Richard Briers).
2"The Return of Mr. Bean"John Howard DaviesRichard Curtis, Robin Driscoll, and Rowan Atkinson5 November 1990 (1990-11-05)
Bean busks to pay a busker (Dave O'Higgins), tries out his new credit card in a department store, visits a restaurant and is served an unwanted dish, leading him to try a variety of strategies to avoid eating it, and then has an unfortunate altercation with Queen Elizabeth II.
3"The Curse of Mr. Bean"John Howard DaviesRichard Curtis, Robin Driscoll, and Rowan Atkinson30 December 1990 (1990-12-30)
Bean visits the local swimming pool where he realises that he is scared of diving, tries to find a way to leave the car park without paying, makes a sandwich in the park sitting next to Angus Deayton, jumps a traffic light in his car by getting out and pushing it and then takes his girlfriend to watch a scary movie at the cinema.
4"Mr. Bean Goes to Town"Paul Weiland and John BirkinRichard Curtis, Robin Driscoll, and Rowan Atkinson15 October 1991 (1991-10-15)
Bean buys a new portable television but seems to be having difficulty getting a good reception. He then has his camera stolen in the park and later finds a unique way of identifying the culprit (Nick Hancock). After leaving his shoe on top of a car, Bean finds himself hopping around town to retrieve it. Later he finds a novel use of a photo booth and then takes his girlfriend to see a magic show and have a dance at the disco.
5"The Trouble with Mr. Bean"Paul Weiland and John BirkinRichard Curtis, Robin Driscoll, and Rowan Atkinson1 January 1992 (1992-01-01)
Bean wakes up late and has to drive to his dental appointment on the other side of town, while dressing and brushing his teeth. His appointment progresses badly after he manages to anaesthetise the dentist (Richard Wilson). Later he tries to help a young boy with his remote control boat sending an electric wheelchair out of control. He then tries and fails to have a picnic without being pestered by wasps.
6"Mr. Bean Rides Again"Paul Weiland and John BirkinRichard Curtis, Robin Driscoll, and Rowan Atkinson17 February 1992 (1992-02-17)
Bean tries to save a man suffering from a heart attack but when the ambulance arrives, Bean uses it to jump start his car, inadvertently disabling the ambulance. Later he tries to post a letter and ends up getting locked inside a post box. Bean then packs for a holiday, suffers a noisy laughing man (Stephen Frost) on a train journey and then has to find a way to entertain a sick boy on the plane.
7"Merry Christmas, Mr. Bean"John BirkinRichard Curtis, Robin Driscoll, and Rowan Atkinson29 December 1992 (1992-12-29)
Bean finds a miniature nativity scene in Harrods and performs his own take on the birth of Jesus with army troops and Daleks. Later he conducts a brass band and attempts to cook a turkey. He then relaxes for a somewhat reserved Christmas meal with his girlfriend, but has he got her the present that she wanted?
8"Mr. Bean in Room 426"Paul WeilandRobin Driscoll and Rowan Atkinson17 February 1993 (1993-02-17)

Bean treats himself to a weekend in a hotel and seeks competition with his hotel neighbour. After he eats some spoiled oysters, he is confined to a nightmare about them and his neighbour. With his stomach turning, he goes outside of his room to complain to the other neighbour (who is playing very loud music) but is locked out and naked. All in all, all hell breaks loose, ending with a certain someone's bottom on show...

Guest star: Danny La Rue
9"Do-It-Yourself Mr. Bean"John BirkinRobin Driscoll and Rowan Atkinson10 January 1994 (1994-01-10)
It is the end of 1993, and Bean is hosting a New Year's Eve party with his own unique style of fun. However it is not long before his guests discover that there is more fun to be had at the flat next door and devise a way of tricking Bean into letting them go. The following morning Bean tries a spot of DIY and literally starts off the new year with a bang.
10"Mind the Baby, Mr. Bean"Paul WeilandRobin Driscoll and Rowan Atkinson25 April 1994 (1994-04-25)
While visiting Southsea, Bean accidentally becomes lumbered with a baby, with no idea of how or where it came from. So he does the honourable thing of treating it to a day at the fun fair. Somehow the baby manages to survive Bean's unique style of mishaps before thankfully being reunited with its mother.
11"Back to School Mr. Bean"John BirkinRobin Driscoll and Rowan Atkinson15 November 1994 (1994-11-15)
Bean attends an open day at a school and unleashes his usual brand of chaos in the various classes he visits. Despite all his fun, Bean's day takes a somber turn when he discovers that his cherished Mini is not where he left it.
12"Tee Off, Mr. Bean"John BirkinRobin Driscoll and Rowan Atkinson16 October 1995 (1995-10-16)
After causing chaos in the town launderette, Bean tries his hand at Krazy Golf, but after being told he can only touch the ball with the club, Bean's poor aim leads him on an elaborate tour around town before returning to the course several hours later to score 3,427.
13"Goodnight Mr. Bean"John BirkinRobin Driscoll and Rowan Atkinson16 October 1995 (1995-10-16)
Bean tries to find ways to jump the queue in a hospital waiting room. Later he tries to get his camera to automatically take a picture of him standing next to a Queen's Guard. Unhappy with this he takes advantage of the guards duty to remain still by doing all he can to comically alter his appearance. At the end of the day Bean tries to cure his insomnia with some unusual methods.
14"Hair by Mr. Bean of London"John BirkinRobin Driscoll and Rowan Atkinson15 November 1995 (1995-11-15)
Bean ends up holding the fort for his hairdresser and gives several customers terrible haircuts. Bean then attends a fete but cheats at all the games and enters Teddy into a dog show. Later, after a train journey Bean loses his ticket so tries various ways to leave without being seen by the guards. His efforts fail as he ends up on a mail train bound for Moscow.
15"The Best Bits of Mr. Bean"John Howard DaviesRowan Atkinson, Richard Curtis, Robin Driscoll, and Ben Elton15 December 1995 (1995-12-15)
It is raining, so Bean ventures into his loft with Teddy to find an umbrella. As he shifts through his stored items he begins to reminisce his past adventures, including his dental appointment, the church service and the time his Mini was crushed by a tank.


# Title Directed by Written by Release date
1BeanMel SmithRichard Curtis and Robin Driscoll2 August 1997 (1997-08-02)
Mr. Bean is a hopeless security guard at the Royal National Gallery in London and is sent to the Grierson Art Gallery in California to talk about the unveiling of Whistler's Mother.
2Mr. Bean's HolidaySteve BendelackSimon McBurney (story)
Hamish McColl and Robin Driscoll (screenplay)
24 March 2007 (2007-03-24)
Mr. Bean wins a raffle and claims his prize – a holiday to Cannes. During his journey through France, he is mistaken for both a kidnapper and an award-winning filmmaker when he arrives with both a Russian director's son and an aspiring actress.

Other appearancesEdit

Unaired sketchesEdit

# Title Directed by Written by Original airdate
1"The Library"François ReczulskiOlivier Jean-Marie5 April 1990 (1990-04-05)

An unaired sketch that appears only on video.

Mr. Bean visits a rare book library, where he reads a rare tome that must be handled with gloves. Soon after he uses a pencil and a crayon to copy a page of the book by shading on a piece of tracing paper, he sneezes, and the tracing paper slips away. He does not notice this, and continues to go about shading, but directly onto the book instead of the tracing paper. When he finally realises this, he attempts to remove the crayon marks – first by erasing, and then by using correction fluid (which only adds to the problem when it spreads to the opposite page after Bean shuts the book to a passing librarian), eventually resorting to tearing out the pages he has ruined.

Bean then proceeds to use a box-cutter knife to neaten up the stubs of the pages he has torn out, but does not realize that while doing so, he also cuts out other pages. Bean's final solution is to swap his book with that of someone else at his table; he almost succeeds, but when he returns to retrieve his Dennis the Menace and Gnasher bookmark from his original book, he is subsequently caught red-handed.

Note: A similar scene was later included in the film adaptation Bean, when after sneezing on a priceless portrait, Whistler's Mother, his attempts to clean it escalate into destroying the painting. However, he got away with it in the movie by replacing the portrait with a poster of itself altered to make it resemble a real painting.

Guest stars: Paul Brooke and Rex Doyle
2"The Bus Stop"Olivier Jean-MarieThomas Szabo15 May 1991 (1991-05-15)

Mr. Bean waits at a bus stop behind a man; when the bus arrives, the man gets on, but the driver turns Bean away. Determined to be the first in line for the next bus, Bean tries to cut ahead of a woman (Matilda Ziegler) with a baby carriage (who gets in line ahead of Bean when he steps away for a moment), and a blind man (Robin Driscoll). Soon after Bean manages to get to the front, several people join the end of the line, and the bus arrives.

But the bus does not stop in front of Bean, it drives on for another few yards – just far enough so that the end of the line logically becomes the front of the line, also sarcastically when the first bus arrives, the door is in front, but when the second bus arrives, the door is in the back; everyone but Bean is allowed on the bus, and Bean, now at the end of the line, is left behind again. Judging by the location and setting, this adventure appears to have originally been part of "Mr. Bean Rides Again", in which Mr. Bean does attempt to board a bus, but perhaps cut for time.

Deleted scenesEdit

The following scenes from episodes 7 and 9 are not seen in the original broadcast, but were included in the first US broadcasts on HBO. It was likely added to the HBO broadcast to lengthen the running time.

These scenes are also seen on some early VHS releases.[2][3]

# Title Directed by Written by Original airdate
1"Turkey Weight" from Merry Christmas, Mr. Bean"John BirkinRichard Curtis, Robin Driscoll, and Rowan AtkinsonTBA
In this extra scene it is show how Bean attempts to win the turkey he eventually ended up wearing on his head. The contest being to guess the turkey's weight, he sneaks a pair of scales to the counter; having already weighed himself, he subtracts his weight from the combined weight using a Casio calculator. The person in charge of the contest is shocked when Bean guesses the exact weight (to three decimal places) and wins it.
2"The Chair" from Do-It-Yourself Mr. Bean"John BirkinRobin Driscoll and Rowan AtkinsonTBA

The following scene was originally cut from the episode in the middle of Act 2, although it was included in early United States VHS releases. Mr. Bean is shopping in a department store, when he sees a chair that he wishes to purchase. Upon approaching the reclining chair, he discovers that a sales assistant is already demonstrating its features to an elderly couple. When Bean realises that the couple wants to take the chair, Bean find the ways of fooling them into thinking it's broken: he unplugs it, which is almost immediately noticed by the assistant.

While the elderly woman enjoyably sitting on a chair, Bean then sneaks up to a control panel on the chair's arm and tampering the wires inside, unknown to the elderly woman. As the elderly woman tries out the reclining feature this time, it folds over, sandwiching her in the middle, she yells to her hearing-impaired husband for help but is unheard despite being only a couple of metres away. In addition, Bean turns up the music playing on the store's intercom, to make it harder for her to be heard. Ultimately, she falls backward.

25th AnniversaryEdit

# Title Directed by Written by Original airdate
1"Mr. Bean's 25th Anniversary: Mr Bean Drives His Car Again!"TBATBA5 September 2015 (2015-09-05) [6]

An unaired sketch that appears only on Youtube.

Mr Bean celebrates his 25th anniversary.[4] Bean and Teddy drive around in London in his Mini, which has a #MrBean25 hashtag sticker on the side. With his car full of presents, there is no room for Bean inside the car, so he drives the car from the roof. This recreates a memorable scene from the episode Do-It-Yourself Mr. Bean. He drives through St James's Park, where he stops for a selfie with the London Eye and buys an ice cream. Then he careers down with a police escort, to a halt outside Buckingham Palace where a pile of small presents and a large crowd of sightseers await. He is given a huge cake in the shape of the number '25’. Bean gives some interviews and poses for pictures.[5]

Comic ReliefEdit

A number of short sketches for the Comic Relief telethon have also been produced. The first three were included on a VHS release entitled "Comic Relief – Pick of the Nose", released in 1997 on BBC Video. "Mr Bean's Wedding" was released on the DVD release "Mr. Bean – The Complete Collection".

# Title Directed by Written by Original airdate
1"Mr. Bean's Red Nose Day"[7]UnknownUnknown15 March 1991 (1991-03-15)

Bean is in a police station because his car has been broken into. He wears a red nose and has other red nose items, including a mug and a codpiece. He reveals to the policewoman (Matilda Ziegler), through the use of written signs, that he is doing a sponsored silence, sponsored tea drinking, sponsored codpiece wearing, and sponsored Madonna impression – presumably to raise money for Red Nose Day charities. When the policewoman is out of the room, Bean answers the phone but the caller hangs up since Bean hardly even speaks.

Bean then dons a blonde wig and, upon the policewoman's return, reveals his sponsored Madonna impression. The policewoman proceeds to interview Bean about the robbery, which he answers in mime. The policewoman appears to enjoy herself as if playing a game of charades. After the interview, the policewoman asks until when Bean must stay silent. He has only two minutes remaining. She offers to sponsor him twenty pounds if he makes it through. The generous offer prompts him to respond with an excited, "Oh, thank you!" – breaking his silence.
2"Blind Date"UnknownUnknown12 March 1993 (1993-03-12)
Bean is a contestant on Blind Date, hosted by Cilla Black, where he does his best to upstage his fellow suitors Rob (Paul Opacic) and Roddy (Alan Cumming) and cheat his way through the show in order to get a date with the beautiful Tracy (Barbara Durkin). He succeeds and in a sketch broadcast later in the telethon we see their date which plays out in true Bean style which, while enjoyable for him, proves less enjoyable for Tracy and fatal for some members of the hotel staff.
3"Torvill & Bean"UnknownUnknown17 March 1995 (1995-03-17)
The title is a play on the names of Torvill and Dean famous British ice-skaters. Mr. Bean goes on a date with a woman to an ice skating show, where he wreaks his usual havoc when he attends a performance of "Show on Ice". He ends up posing as Christopher Dean when he accidentally knocks him out cold in his dressing room, leaving Mr. Bean to take his place alongside Torvill on the skating rink. After a disastrous performance, Christopher goes on stage and punches Mr. Bean, knocking him out. This sketch contains no laugh track, since it was not shown to a live audience.
4"Mr Bean's Wedding"[8]UnknownUnknown16 March 2007 (2007-03-16)

Bean causes chaos at a wedding he is attending. First, at the beginning of the ceremony, he rushes down the aisle where the bride and her father are walking and in the process knocks the father down. Then, when the father attempts to take his seat, he finds that Bean is sitting in his spot and forces him to move along. As the priest starts the ceremony, Bean becomes bored, and also notices that all the men have flowers on their tuxedos. Wanting one, Bean attempts to pick a flower off of one of the decorations, but ends up disrupting the ceremony when the whole decoration falls onto the ground. Despite this, he successfully gets the flower and puts it on his shirt. When the priest gets to the part where there are any objections to the marriage, Bean sneezes loudly and steals the tissue off of the bride's mother to blow his nose. The ceremony continues with Bean shushing a man and woman coughing, and then the whole ceremony abruptly stops when Beans gift wrapped alarm clock starts ringing continuously. Bean attempts to silence it by hiding it under his jacket, but when this doesn't work, he frantically opens the box, accidentally hitting the mother with this hand and the father with the lid in the process, and finally shuts it off. By this point, everyone is becoming annoyed of Bean and his behaviour, especially the father.

The ceremony resumes with a choir boy singing, but Bean becomes so bored by this he falls asleep and starts snoring on the father's shoulder, but he suddenly wakes up when the song ends. When it is time for the bride and groom to exchange vows, Bean interrupts by repeating the first line that the groom was supposed to say. He then mocks the groom while he is repeating the rest of his vows. When it is the bride's turn to say her vows, Bean distracts the cameraman by acting ridiculously to the lens. The priest then finally declares the two husband & wife, and when the two kiss Bean humorously covers his eyes.

At the ceremony's conclusion, the priest starts a prayer, and when Bean discovers he doesn't have a kneeling mat to pray on, he steals the father's mat, which causes his head to hit the floor hard. When the newly married couple walk down the aisle, the bride's father finally blows his top at Bean and attempts to attack him. As Bean backs away in fear, he accidentally steps on the back of the bride's wedding dress, causing it to rip and fall off. Furious, the groom attempts to punch Bean, but he manages to evade every swing, and the groom ends up hitting the wedding sponsor, the priest, and finally his new wife. As the horrified groom checks on her, Bean makes a run for the exit, but quickly returns to give the alarm clock to the bride. He gives her a thumbs up before running out the church. The sketch also starred Alex MacQueen, Michelle Ryan, Matthew Macfadyen and David Haig.
5"Mr. Bean: Funeral"UnknownUnknown13 March 2015 (2015-03-13)

Mr. Bean returned in a sketch for Comic Relief to celebrate his 25th anniversary. In the sketch, older Bean attends a funeral and does his best to fit in. When a man next to Bean blows his nose, Bean does the same thing, but blows loud. He also cries when people start to cry. When Bean see a man bowing to the coffin, kisses the wife and shaking the husband's hand, Bean does the same thing, but he kisses the wife passionately and hugs the husband.

A man pats the coffin, so Bean gently pats the coffin before patting the coffin again and pretends that the deceased is alive, before explaining that it was a joke. Before going to his seat, Bean takes a selfie next to the coffin.

When he sees a girl putting a flower on the coffin and hugging the coffin, Bean decides to do it, but since he doesn't have a flower, he puts a bag of boiled sweets on the coffin, but when hugging it, he accidentally knocks it down but manages to fix it a little (with some help), but puts the word "love" to "vole". When he sees the wife cry, he goes to kiss her before being pulled away by the man.

When the priest says that the funeral is for a man named David, Bean realizes that he is at the wrong one and quickly drives to the chapel next door. After arriving there, he realizes that he left his boiled sweets at the other funeral and quickly crawls back to retrieve them. This sketch guest starred Ben Miller and Rebecca Front.

Music videosEdit

# Title Directed by Written by Released
1Hale and Pace, "The Stonk"TBATBA1991 (1991)
Mr. Bean is seen playing the drums in this music video to the official Comic Relief song for the 1991 telethon.
2Mr. Bean and Smear Campaign featuring Bruce Dickinson, "Elected"Paul WeilandTBA1992 (1992)
This music video was made to accompany the single that was released in support of Comic Relief and aired during the run-up to the general election. In this music video, Mr. Bean is seen standing for Parliament as the single member of "The Bean Party". He makes fun of the ruthless campaigning used by some activists and forces his way into peoples' homes or buys their votes by offering them money or televisions. Bean ticks his poster on a coffin that is being taken to a waiting hearse and after being spotted by a press photographer gives a lollipop to a random child, then forcibly takes it back after the photographer departs. While Bean is addressing for his platforms, the wall behind him opens revealing the toilet room and he tells the man there to go away. Finally, Bean sneakily replaces the ballot box with another box full of votes for him only to which as a result the other five running candidates receive a vote of zero while Bean receives more than 24,000 votes.
3Boyzone, "Picture of You"TBATBA1997 (1997)
Mr. Bean was featured in the music video for the song "Picture of You" by Boyzone which was the main theme for the first film adaptation of the series. In the video, the band arrives on a street and perform the song while dressed as look-alikes of Bean. When Bean arrives he starts to cause havoc while the band performs.
4Matt Willis, "Crash"TBATBA2007 (2007)
Official music video of Matt Willis's version of the song "Crash" originally performed by The Primitives first broadcast on Popworld in 2007.

Guest appearancesEdit

Rowan Atkinson has appeared in character as Mr. Bean in many normally factual television broadcasts, sometimes as a publicity stunt to promote a new episode, DVD or film.

# Event/Title Directed by Written by Original airdate
1Going Live!Amanda GabbitasTBA1991 (1991)
Mr. Bean answers question about himself on the Saturday morning magazine show Going Live! with Phillip Schofield.
2Talkshowet(Danish)TBATBA8 September 1993 (8 September 1993)
Mr. Bean visits the Danish talk show "Talkshowet" to promote the release of Mr. Bean episodes on VHS. Since there is no recorder in the studio, he successfully builds one himself.[9]
3Blix från klar himmel(Swedish)TBATBA1 October 1993 (1 October 1993)
Mr. Bean visits the Swedish talk show "Blix Från Klar Himmel" to promote the release of Mr. Bean episodes on VHS. Since there is no recorder in the studio, he successfully builds one himself.[10]
4Rondo(Norsk)TBATBAOctober 1993 (October 1993)
Mr. Bean visits the Norsk talk show "Rondo" to promote the release of Mr. Bean episodes on VHS. Since there is no recorder in the studio, he successfully builds one himself.[11]
5Schmidteinander(German)TBATBA29 October 1994 (29 October 1994)
Mr. Bean visits the German comedy show Schmidteinander to promote the release of the new Mr. Bean VHS. Since there is no recorder in the studio, he successfully builds one himself.[12]
6This MorningTBATBA1995 (1995)
Mr. Bean arrives at the Albert Dock car park in time for filming a special TV appearance but is unable to find a suitable space for his Mini. He then finds a car belonging to Richard and Judy and moves the car backwards, inadvertently hurling it into the river. He then reverses his Mini into the car spot. He is then taken into the studio to be interviewed by the pair, where they realise what he has done. They then invite him into the This Morning kitchen, where he causes mayhem while trying to prepare his favourite meal.
7Late Night with Conan O'BrienTBATBA28 February 1996 (1996-02-28)[13]
Mr. Bean visits the United States and the American late-night talk show Late Night with Conan O'Brien to promote the release of the new Mr. Bean VHS. Mr. Bean arrives in a convoy of 6 limousines, the first 5 carrying a single part of his suit. Mr. Bean himself arrives in the last limousine in his underwear and changes his clothes on the street. He arrives on the set with his Walkman on, not enthusiastic to talk. Finally taking the Walkman off, he talks about his visit to America and the difference between Great Britain and America. Host Conan O'Brien and Mr. Bean then have a competition to show the difference, with Mr. Bean obviously cheating. He mentiones that 555,000 copies of the VHS were sold in Germany the previous year and added this to his score.[13]
8The National Lottery DrawsTBATBA2 August 1997 (1997-08-02)[14]
Aired on BBC One's National Lottery Results Show. Bean arrives in the studio, and informs the viewers that he is heading to the United States to star in his film about his adventures. He then introduces his creation which is used to select the exact balls on his lottery ticket and is refused the winnings by host Bob Monkhouse.
9an Interview on Japanese televisionTBATBA1999 (1999)
Aired exclusively in Japan. Mr. Bean appears on Japanese television for an interview but instead of embracing the culture he manages to embarrass himself by sticking chopsticks up his nose and falsely translating the Japanese language. He is then kicked off set for his tomfoolery and is told to never return to Japan.
10Blue Peter Safety filmTBATBA2004 (2004)
Bean enlists the help of the Blue Peter team in order to help him construct a fireworks safety film for a new evening class project he is undertaking. When he later arrives at the class, he disposes of the film and instead begins to plug a series of new DVDs featuring himself.
11The Dame Edna TreatmentTBATBA17 March 2007 (2007-03-17)
Aired during the first episode of The Dame Edna Treatment. Mr. Bean arrives at a local spa, and poses as a doctor in an attempt to gain access to the sauna and relaxation room. First, Bean pulls the hose out forcibly from underneath the customer. Then he sets another hose and puts it underneath the customer. After that, he connects the hose into the vacuum tube and he turns on the vacuum cleaner. The smoke emerges from the vacuum and Bean tries to fix it up. As the nurse comes in, he accidentally squirts her in dirt. However, the receptionist works out what he is up to and manages to subdue him before he gets a chance to speak to Dame Edna.
12Blue PeterMr. Bean's Holiday PromotionTBATBA21 March 2007 (2007-03-21)[15]
Aired during a 2007 episode of Blue Peter. Mr. Bean invites the Blue Peter team to look at his holiday snaps he had taken while he was filming on the set of Mr. Bean's Holiday. However, Bean's camera breaks down and instead shows a series of clips from the film.
132012 Summer Olympics Opening CeremonyTBATBA27 July 2012 (2012-07-27)

Rowan Atkinson made a special appearance, in character, as Mr. Bean (though without the suit, tie and brown hair) at the 2012 Summer Olympics opening ceremony. He pretended to accompany the London Symphony Orchestra in performing the theme from Chariots of Fire while taking pictures with his phone and blowing his nose.[16]

In a filmed sequence shown during the performance, Bean daydreams of joining the runners in the movie's iconic scene along West Sands at St. Andrews. He is shown beating the other runners by riding in a car, and then tripping the front runner.[17]
14Dragon TV Tonight 80's Talk ShowTBATBA14 September 2014 (2014-09-14)
Rowan Atkinson went to Shanghai, in character, as Mr. Bean. He was on the Tonight 80's Talk Show with Wang Zijian. It was his first visit to China.[18]
15Top Funny Comedian: The MovieTBATBA2017 (2017)

Bean appearred in the Chinese film known as 《歡樂喜劇人》先行版電影預告片 郭德綱主演 (Top Funny Comedian: The Movie).[19] In this spin-off of a Chinese variety show of the same name. The plot involves a number of characters getting involved in a series of misadventures during a visit to Macau, as the same time as Mr. Bean.

Mr. Bean also appeared at the premiere on 19 March 2017[20] and on 09 April 2017 in an episode of the show[21]
16British Airways Safety Video: Director's Cut (2017)TBATBA18 July 2017 (18 July 2017)

This safety video from British Airways features celebrity personalities reading through the safety procedures and encouraging people to donate to Comic Relief by putting loose change in any currency into the Flying Start envelope.[22][23]

Mr. Bean (though without the suit, tie and brown hair) makes a cameo appearance at the end of the video, fumbling around his seat for loose change to make a donation to the airline’s Flying Start initiative [24]


# Product Directed by Written by Original broadcast
1REMA 1000TBATBA1994 (1994)
Three commercials for Scandinavian supermarket chain in Norway. The first sees Mr. Bean walking around a REMA 1000 supermarket branch where he physically compares the products he has already bought from another store with those in the store.[25] A second features Bean at the till but he doesn't have enough money. He collects coins from his Mini and the floor using a hand-held vacuum cleaner and presents the contents to the cashier but still doesn't have enough. He almost steals a lollipop but when spotted he pretends that he is giving it to the child in the queue behind him. Bean waits until the child is leaving before stealing it back but the child has already eaten it.[26] The third and final one sees Bean using a homemade contraption to scan for cheaper prices to the supermarket while annoying the customers.[27]
2M&M'sTBATBA1997 (1997)
Mr. Bean arrives at a bowling alley only to be heckled by the M&M's 'spokescandies' Red and Yellow due to his poor bowling ability. Bean then decides to pick Red up and bowl him like a bowling ball, which results in a strike and a spare.[28]
3PolyGram Filmed EntertainmentTBATBA1997 (1997)[30]
Shown in theaters before the first film adaptation of the series, Mr. Bean appeared in a short video from PolyGram Filmed Entertainment where the narrator showcases rules inside the theater where a hand of an off-screen person takes items not allowed in the theater such as cigarettes, alcoholic drinks, phones, appliances, etc. When Bean is last seen drinking an extra-large cup of soda and a huge tub of popcorn, the hand appears but Bean angrily slaps it as the video ends.[29]
4FujifilmTBATBA1999 (1999)
Aired regularly during advert breaks on ITV during the summer of 1999. Bean goes to a photo shop in order to buy a new camera. When he gets home, he tries to take a photo of Teddy, who subsequently keeps falling out of shot. He then decides to turn his attentions to a budgerigar, but instead only succeeds in trapping it in its cage. Different adverts for the same product also appeared in Japan.
5Nissan TinoTBATBA1999 (1999)
Only ever aired in Japan. Bean drives around the streets of Japan showing off his new Nissan Tino, but manages to offend the hierarchy's security guards when he smirks at them while driving past. He later takes the car back to the showroom and asks for a refund, despite claiming it is a fantastic car.[31][32]
6SnickersDaniel KleinmanTBA4 October 2014 (2014-10-04)
One in a series of Snickers adverts where the protagonist doesn't perform or behave at their best until they've eaten a Snickers and appears as a completely different person until they've done so. In this one, Bean appears as the pre-Snickers alterego of a martial arts expert almost foiling a raid.[33]


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