Mr. Bean: Season 1, Episode 6

Mr. Bean Rides Again (6 May 1992)

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At the bus stop, Mr Bean tries his best to revive a heart attack victim before using an ambulance to jump-start his own mini-car. Later, when posting a letter, he loses his only stamp, but ... See full summary »

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Episode complete credited cast:
Roger Sloman ...
The Heart Attack Man
Su Douglas ...
The Lady with Letter
John Rolfe ...
The Postman
Stephen Frost ...
The Laughing Man
Nick Hancock ...
The Ticket Inspector
The Air Hostess
Hugo Mendez ...


At the bus stop, Mr Bean tries his best to revive a heart attack victim before using an ambulance to jump-start his own mini-car. Later, when posting a letter, he loses his only stamp, but that doesn't stop him from sending his letter on its way. Whilst preparing for his holiday, Mr Bean demonstrates a novel (if not entirely efficient) method of packing, then disposes of a bothersome train passenger, and tries to entertain an airsick boy during a plane flight. Written by Anonymous

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A child that age on the plane sitting next to Mr Bean is far too young. At that age, children are supposed to be kept in a separate area where the flight attendants can keep an eye on him as he is an under-aged flyer. See more »

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More wacky fun from Mr. Bean!
26 June 2010 | by See all my reviews

Mr. Bean Rides Again is one of my absolute favorites, for so many reasons. When I was younger I would rewind over and over with the segment of the laughing man on the train, I would laugh my head off each time I did it. I also loved the scene where Bean makes a bag full of vomit explode while trying to cheer a boy up, and they used this sketch in the movie Bean to a more extreme extent.

Act 1. Bean wants to go to the post office, but the car battery is dead, so he decides to catch the bus instead. A man is already at the bus stop, unfortunately for Bean the man has a heart attack. Bean tries to revive him by stomping on him, shoving pills down his throat, trying mouth-to-mouth resuscitation (with the man's magazine) and using electric shock treatment using jump leads connected to a nearby lamppost. This initially works, but he forgets something and gives the man an electric shock and he passes out again. An ambulance arrives, but when the paramedics treat the man, Bean uses the battery in the ambulance to jump-start his Mini. Bean leaves the ambulance disabled due to a dead battery. Absolute craziness from Mr. Bean. I loved how he tried to revive the man, it was one of the rare displays of kindness from Bean.

Act 2. Bean heads to a postbox and on his way accidentally swallows a stamp. He sneakily pretends to post a letter for a lady, but hangs onto it until she's gone so he can get another stamp for his letter. He steals the stamp by using car radiator steam and sticks it to his own by using a candy. Bean hides in the post box from the lady complaining due to no stamp but it's closed so Bean can't get out. When he's finally released he loses a key down the drain and has to get a bus home, but the bus driver denies him access as all the seats are full. Hilarious stuff here all the way, Bean's devious ways never gets old.

Act 3. Bean is packing for a holiday but has all sorts of problems with it. He ridiculously starts to reduce the size of his clothes to fit them in the suitcase, he even breaks up his toothbrush and pours toothpaste down the sink to fit it inside, but he hasn't the heart to cut his beloved Teddy Bear. After finally fitting everything inside, he hilariously finds out there was another one in the lower drawer, twice the size!.Since he's already packed, he says to hell with it and just puts the little briefcase in the big one. Classic Bean here, I absolutely love his way of thinking, even if some of the things here were unnecessary.

Act 4. Bean boards a train and reads a book across from another man in the same compartment. The man who is also reading starts laughing out loud in ridiculous ways which annoys Bean to no end. Continuing to laugh at a passage in his book, Bean tries unsuccessfully to plug his ears using an assortment of things. Socks and Bubble Gum, while the socks don't work, the Bubble Gum does. The conductor comes in asking for tickets, but Bean doesn't hear him due to the gum in his ear when he finally does, Bean is so startled by his appearance Bean loses the book out the window and his ticket in the process which was being used as a bookmark. My absolute favorite here, and one of my favorites of him period. I can't recall how many laughing memories I have from this one.

Act 5. Bean boards an aircraft, but as he's listening to some tunes he whacks a stewardess and is forced to look after a sick boy. He tries to cheer up the boy in various ways, by sticking magazine bits on his face to amuse him, playing with a self-inflating life jacket and by blowing air into a paper bag and trying to pop it. He discovers the bag is too small and starts running for another bag. While his back is turned, the boy vomits into mid-flight. When the aircraft experiences a bit of turbulence, the Boy offers him the bag full of Vomit. Another classic here, and a brilliant way to end it.

Bottom line. One of my favorites of Bean, there isn't a bad thing to say about it at all.


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