Mr. Bean (1990–1995)
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Do-It-Yourself Mr. Bean 

Mr. Bean hosts a New Year's party with his friends Rupert and Hubert. The next day, Bean buys many tools and appliances to decorate and improve his apartment. He decides to paint his room ... See full summary »

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Robert Austin ...
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Simon Godley
Helen Burns
David Stoll
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Andy Greenhalgh
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Mr. Bean hosts a New Year's party with his friends Rupert and Hubert. The next day, Bean buys many tools and appliances to decorate and improve his apartment. He decides to paint his room by covering everything in newspaper and using a firecracker to blow up a paint can and paint his room. Written by Todd Suess

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10 January 1994 (UK)  »

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When Mr Bean arrives back into his flat after driving into the mattress truck, he coughs up a bunch of feathers. But you can clearly see that Rowing Atkinson had them in his hand bundled up and just blew them out. See more »

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Mr. Bean at his best!
25 July 2007 | by (Iceland) – See all my reviews

I have watched Mr. Bean so often, and especially this particular episode, the least I can do is write a comment on it (or try to write).

All those Mr. Bean episodes are great but this one and the Christmas episode (Merry Christmas Mr. Bean) are hysterical in my opinion. What they all have in common is that they are simple, cleverly written comedies that Rowan Atkinson stars in (co-writes and stars in) and have become a classic. Many fantastic comedy shows have come from Britain (Monty Python, Blackadder, The Office, Little Britain only to name a few) and the adventures of Mr. Bean are certainly among the greatest. To sum up: British humor at its best.


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