Mr. Bean: Season 1, Episode 14

Hair by Mr. Bean of London (15 Nov. 1995)

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When Mr. Bean has to wait a few minutes for the hairdresser who's called away by the telephone, he starts playing barber, so three consecutive costumers have their hair done by him, but his... See full summary »


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Episode credited cast:
Christopher Driscoll ...
(as Chris Driscoll)
Frederick Treves ...
Tony Haase ...
Susie McKenna ...
Jamie Yeates ...
Colin Wells ...
Man with Pony Tail
C.J. Allen
Robin Driscoll ...
Ticket Inspector
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Teddy ...


When Mr. Bean has to wait a few minutes for the hairdresser who's called away by the telephone, he starts playing barber, so three consecutive costumers have their hair done by him, but his inverse Midastouch strikes again: woe their hair and the real hairdresser they complain to! Next he goes to a pet show, starting of by cheating at a dexterity game by unplugging the fault-detection and next deciding to play 'hit the headmaster' not just with the provided wet sponges, but wit anything not too heavy for him to lift; then he enters his teddy-bear for the obedience test (meant for kids' dogs). In the train station he stops at nothing to get on without a ticket, and succeeds as a crawling sack of post - but on which train is he carried? Written by KGF Vissers

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Even though the show was a PBS staple for many years, American Public Television did not make this episode available to PBS until March 2003. The PBS broadcasting license for the show expired one year later. See more »


The man with the ponytail picks up the same magazine at the barbershop twice. See more »


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One of my absolute favorites. it's such a shame, this turned out to be the last one, even though It didn't air until 06.
17 February 2010 | by See all my reviews

This is one of my absolute favorites, because horrifyingly, someone decided to let Mr. Bean, do some haircutting, with hilarious results. Pure lunacy, but absolutely side splitting, I can't find a bad word to say about it, honestly. I have seen this many times, and it's just as funny each time around, even though I know what's coming.

Act 1. Mr. Bean enters a Barber shop, with a hair cutter, named Derek, to get himself a haircut|Though he really does not need a trim|. Mr. Bean takes the Prince Charles haircut, and gets set. Derek has a phone call to attend to, which gets Mr. Bean's brain working. Messing up a young boy's hair, cutting off someone's beloved ponytail, and someone's hairpiece material. Angry customers come back, while Bean sneaks off, using a calendar, of Prince Charle's face. One of the funniest things, you will honestly ever see. I crack up hard, every time I see it, and I'm sure you will too. Classic Mr. Bean .

Act 2 Bean goes to a school fair of sorts, to play some games, while leaving Teddy in the car. Cheating at the games, while getting frustrated at others, all result in hilarious fashion. He 1st plays The Electro, and cheats by taking out the plug. Then Hit the Headmaster, and throws various objects, and even attempts a chair, when he can't hit him.

Act 3. Bean enters a dog show, and hilariously enters Teddy as a contestant. After winning, he gets a huge dog bone, but Teddy decides he likes the Honey. Cute, if not overly funny, it definitely puts a smile on my face.

Act 4. Bean goes to a railway station, but has lost his ticket. He decides to try and outsmart the guards, by scooting past them, but gets shipped off to Moscow, when he hides inside a post office bag.

Bottom line. Hair by Mr. Bean of London, is one of his funniest, and I can't say it any better then that. Bean fans will be overjoyed by it, and it's truly a shame, that this was the last Bean episode, though I would have chose a better ending, myself


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