Mr. Bean: Season 1, Episode 11

Back to School Mr. Bean (26 Oct. 1994)

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Mr. Bean goes back to school for an orientation day while he sees the different projects and activities in which he gets into mischief.

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Art Teacher
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Angry Teacher with Boy
Al Ashton ...
ACF Drill Instructor (as Al Hunter Ashton)
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Karate Instructor
John Barrard ...
Stamp Collector
John Clegg ...
Calligrapher
Sam Driscoll ...
Boy in Chemistry Lab
Tracey Roberts
Harriet Eastcott ...
Electrocuted Woman
Cindy Milo ...
Nude Model in Art Class (as Sarah Milo)
Christopher Ryan ...
Karate Student (as Chris Ryan)
Rupert Bates
Christopher Driscoll ...
Man in School Corridor (as Chris Driscoll)
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Teddy ...
Teddy
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Mr. Bean goes back to school for an orientation day while he sees the different projects and activities in which he gets into mischief.

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Radetzky March
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Music by Johann Strauß Sr.
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Mr. Bean is always reliable humor, and Back To School Mr. Bean, is no different.
7 February 2010 | by (victoria b.c canada) – See all my reviews

This is pure hilarity here, with Mr. Bean as cruel hearted as ever!. This is one of those things, that seem really silly, but the outrageous mischief he gets into, is an absolute scream.

Act 1. Bean starts his usual mischief off, by substituting a similar looking Mini, and parking them, which was quite amusing to say the least. He then confuses a bunch of cadets, by making them do hilarious hand signals. Then he purposely gets in people's way to annoy them, and proceeds to mess up a bunch of stamps. In a hilarious scene, he annoys and scares off a calligrapher, with fake sneezing. Bean then finds out, he can't get paper off his body, after he uses a thing that makes your hair stick up, which results in one of the funniest things ever, when he makes a woman's skirt go up.

Act 2. Bean heads off to the chemistry laboratory, and proceeds to make his own concoction. But it made it worse, and a bunch of Blue smoke, starts going up everywhere, with a boy getting the worst end of it. This results in a hilarious scene, where Bean hears a big explosion, and tries to shoo away the smoke. Mr. Bean has some fun in Art Class, but is disgusted when he finds out, he is drawing a nude women. This scene gave me a lot of laughs, a lot of it due to the woman, who played the teacher, and Bean's facial reactions. Bean gets one up on her, by making a Bra, out of clay. The boy in the chemistry lab, turns up covered in Blue smoke. Bean the decides to try his luck at Martial arts, but is noticeably frightened, to take the throw. Bean outsmarts the teacher though, by faking a bow, and rolling him up in a mat, which amused me. Bean then picks up another person's trousers, which results in hilarious antics. Bean gets them back, by stripping the guy off his clothing, in a toilet stall. That had me laughing like crazy, especially when Bean pretends, he's waxing his shoes.

Final Act. Bean finds out his own Mini-Me is missing, but decides to stop, for a tasty chocolate cupcake. The Poor Mini-Me gets crushed by a big tank, leaving Bean devastated. But Bean always looks on the bright side of things, and finds the padlock, much to his satisfaction.

Bottom line. Back To School Mr. Bean, is a treat to watch. This is Bean at his best. It's one of my absolute favorites, and people of all ages, will be sure to find much to laugh at.

10/10


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