Mr. Bean gives a new meaning to "Goofy Golf"! But first, he must find his lost trousers in the launderette. Then, he hits the course and takes the rule of "play the ball as it lies" too ...
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Mr. Bean gives a new meaning to "Goofy Golf"! But first, he must find his lost trousers in the launderette. Then, he hits the course and takes the rule of "play the ball as it lies" too seriously and ends up chasing it all over town. Even in the sewers! Next, Mr. Bean loses his patience in the hospital outpatience. Next, he tries to take the perfect picture of a royal guard. Finally, he can't seem to get any sleep. Written by
Dylan Self <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Mr. Bean stops by the launderette. He's here to wash his clothes, inflatable dragon, lamp shade, fuzzy dice, even Teddy! He then changes his underwear and loses his trousers. He eventually found them and headed to the goofy golf course. On the second hole, he hit the ball too hard and it flew out of the park. Bean chased it on and off of buses, a garbage truck, in the sewer and finally got it back to the park.
Next, in GOOD NIGHT, MR. BEAN., Mr. Bean goes to the outpatience at the hospital. He was there to get a tea kettle removed from his hand. It appears like it is going to be a LONG WAIT. Bean runs afoul of a lady in a bodycast there; Mr. Bean then visits Buckingham Palace and tries to take the perfect picture of a palace guard; Finally, Mr. Bean experiences insomnia but with his own genuine ways, he finally get's to sleep.
More classic Mr. Bean!! Rowan Atkinson had a good thing going with Mr. Bean. I don't know if he still does it. He should! He was so good at it. These two episodes are no exception to his talented pantomiming. Bean fans, these are for you!
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