"Mr. Bean"
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Mr. Bean's first name is never mentioned in the regular television series. In a Mr. Bean Comic Relief UK skit titled "Blind Date", Mr. Bean is asked what his first name is to which he replies "Mister" (ie: Mister/Mr. Bean). In the 2007 film "Mr. Bean's Holiday", Mr. Bean's full name is finally revealed on his passport as being "Rowan Bean"

Bean's car is a British Leyland Mini which is more simply known as a "Mini". In the pilot episode, Bean drove an orange 1969 Morris Mini MK II but for the remainder of the series, he drives a green and black 1977 Mini MK IV. The infamous blue 3-wheeled car is a 1972 Reliant Regal Supervan III.

The identity of the driver in the blue 3-wheeled car is unknown but the car's numerous appearances on the show and Bean's competitive rivalry towards it is a running gag throughout the series. In the pilot episode, Bean steals the blue 3-wheeled car's parking space by rudely pushing the car out of its parking space using his own car. The rivalry between Bean and the blue 3-wheeled car seems to be hugely interpreted by only Bean himself as other driver never takes any offensive initiatives against Bean. (In fact, in one episode, the unseen driver of the blue car actually offers to give a stranded Bean a ride but Bean rudely ignores him.)

The spin-off book Mr. Bean's Diary (1993) states that Mr. Bean met Irma Gobb at a local library

The song played on Bean's radio just before his New Year's Eve party is "Dick-A-Dum-Dum" by Des O'Conner.

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