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Mr. Bean and Irma decide to watch TV, but since Bean likes to watch the space show while Irma wants to see Andre's music, they rapidly switch the channel back and forth until the TV explodes. Bean goes out to buy a new TV and fancies a large-screen model but cannot afford it. Bean decides to earn money for the big TV by doing a puppet space theater and manages to buy the TV. However, the new TV breaks again from the same fighting earlier so Bean decides to have a puppet Andre singing while his Teddy swings the flashlight, making Irma laugh.
The episode was rated from 16 votes.
Mr. Bean and the father-and-son compete for the incoming biggest marrow competition. Thanks to the super light lamps Mr. Bean's marrow grows heavier until the father and son decide to sabotage it by putting caterpillars in Bean's marrow. At the competition, they swap their marrow with Bean's while he isn't looking, but they fail to realize that their caterpillars are inside. Bean then convinces the judge that the marrow he's holding is his and wins the trophy.
The episode was rated from 10 votes.
Mr. Bean tries to watch TV with Teddy, but as he tries to find the remote springs come out of his sofa, prompting him to buy a new sofa but cannot afford the cost of £300. He decides to have a yard sale, but all his stuff is removed while he is rescuing Teddy from a little girl. Eventually he sells a stamp for £300 to a passerby and then buys the sofa. Bean then realises that his TV remote is still inside the old sofa, and goes back to the antique shop where he abandoned it. The shop has patched up the sofa and sold it on (to the driver of the Reliant). As Bean chases the driver to retrieve the remote control, it is revealed that the shop owner has removed the remote from the sofa, and sold it for £20.
The episode was rated from 35 votes.
When Mr. Bean's record of Beethoven's Symphony No. 5 is broken, he decides to buy a new record until he sees a grand piano. He wants to play it but it's been sold to a short man until it becomes out of tune, causing the man to cancel the order and Bean buys it. When he plays it, it's out of tune because Teddy is stuck to the piano strings but he can't get the hang of it even when he calls the piano instructor (the short man from earlier). Afterwards, the instructor gets an idea of recording Beethoven's symphony for Bean.
The episode was rated from 12 votes.
Bean wants to buy a box of cereal but is unexpectedly ordered by Mrs. Wicket to buy cat food for Scrapper. While Bean is shopping, the faulty shopping cart he uses accidentally breaks, causing the store manager to stalk him. He decides to build himself a mechanical trolley to complete his errands only to unwittingly buy dog food instead of cat food for Mrs. Wicket, angering her.
The episode was rated from 29 votes.
After Mrs. Wicket kicks him out due to accidentally waking her up while bringing her back to her apartment after sleepwalking, Mr. Bean hunts for a new home. He tries out some apartments he sees advertised in the newspaper, but to no avail. When he sees his room for rent, he decides to disguise himself to get back in. When Mrs. Wicket sleepwalks to his room once again, he carries her back into the room but she wakes up, panics and Bean shows himself by pretending to attack the "man" and throws him out of the window. Mrs. Wicket, thinking that Bean has "subdued" the man, welcomes him back.The episode was rated from 34 votes.
Mr. Bean's newly purchased ship-in-a-bottle gets inadvertently picked up by the milkman, resulting in Bean sneaking inside the milk factory in order to retrieve the bottle. Back at his flat, he decides to hang his bottle near his door, but it wakes up Mrs. Wicket and when she slams the door after shushing Bean, the bottle breaks. Fortunately, Bean is satisfied when he brings the broken ship pieces to his pet fish.The episode was rated from 28 votes.
Mr. Bean presumes that Scrapper had been crushed to death in the garbage truck by the collector. When there are no cats that look like him, Mr. Bean goes to a S.O.S. cat house and sees a cat that looks like Scrapper. He lets the cats out as a distraction for the owner, steals her cat then makes him look like Scrapper. Unfortunately, when Mrs. Wicket is shocked to see the fake cat, she throws Mr. Bean out and sees Scrapper alive. Bean then returns the owner's cat but gets caught and is forced to fix the wallpaper decorating at the cat house as punishment.The episode was rated from 34 votes.
One night, a fly enters Mr. Bean's flat which keeps him awake. Most of the attempts to get rid of the fly fail until he manages to trap it in his fridge. He moves the fridge outside but Mrs. Wicket kicks him out of the apartment after unwittingly waking her up, forcing him to sleep in the fridge for the rest of the night. The next morning, the fly returns to Bean's flat and sleeps in his bed.The episode was rated from 16 votes.
Upon leaving a jigsaw puzzle from Mrs. Wicket's attic unfinished due to a missing puzzle piece, Mr. Bean goes on an elaborate treasure hunt which starts inside Mrs. Wicket's fireplace and ends inside a small shack in the park. Upon arriving in the shack Bean finds a key, runs home, opens the box containing the last puzzle piece with the key and joyfully solves the puzzle.The episode was rated from 27 votes.
Last updated: oct 22, 2021
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