It's Christmas with Mr. Bean! He first goes shopping at Harrod's and plays with the Nativity Scene, next he wins a turkey and conducts an orchestra in his own goofy way. Next, when the ...
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It's Christmas with Mr. Bean! He first goes shopping at Harrod's and plays with the Nativity Scene, next he wins a turkey and conducts an orchestra in his own goofy way. Next, when the Christmas tree lot has run out of trees, he takes the big one in town square. On Christmas morning, Mr. Bean finds a stocking in his stocking. Irma, his girl friend, is coming over for dinner and Mr. Bean's got the turkey on...His head! Irma's gift to Bean is a classic ship and Bean got her a picture, but she didn't like it; then, in the next episode, Mr. Bean is staying in a hotel by the sea. He does some renovating, tries some "tainted" clams, and get's locked out of his room. Written by
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Apart from the New Years episode (which does not appear in this compilation), this is the very best of Mr. Bean. You just can't get much funnier than Mr. Bean as he goes to Harrod's to play with their manger scene, gets his head stuck in a turkey (I really think they used a baby ostrich or something, as it looked like a 50 pounder), and welcomes in the holiday with his long-suffering girlfriend.
I am a school teacher and often show bits of Mr. Bean here and there to fill in gaps when there is nothing scheduled. Around the holidays, the kids always beg to see the Christmas episode and they laugh harder than I've ever heard them before. That is NOT to say that the show is only for teens, as I can't help but laugh as well. Fun, inventive and NOT to be confused with the incredibly bland Mr. Bean movie (yuck).
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