Mr. Bean takes his girlfriend to see Britain's famous ice skating duo Torvill and Dean perform in Manchester. But he accidentally injures Dean backstage and has to substitute as guest ice-skater with Torvill.
Mr. Bean visits a rare book library (possibly the British Library), where he reads a rare tome that must be handled with gloves. Soon after he uses a pencil and a crayon to copy a page of ... See full summary »
Mr. Bean and Teddy venture into the loft to look for an umbrella and uncover items from past experiences, like the time Mr. Bean had to dress himself on the way to the dentist, or the time ... See full summary »
Hale and Pace and The Stonkers perform the official Comic Relief song "Stonk" on the 3rd Red Nose Day 1991, with special guests David Gilmour (Pink Floyd) on guitar and Mr. Bean ( Rowan Atkinson ) on drums.
Hi there, I just love(d) this show, its jokes, sketches, actions, statements were funny, absurd, weird, unique, provoking. There were lots of different characters the presenter Harald Schmidt, his Sidekick Herbert Feuerstein and their good old grandma "Oma Sharif" played: Fozzie Bär, Hänschen Klein, Family Lucky. They had a quiz, where they asked for the only letter that was missing in a word or a sentence (always letter n). They explained German proverbs in a literally way. So were most of their jokes, interpreting words/sayings in a literal way. I really miss their kind of humor, they always made me laugh. I'm so happy that I recorded some of their shows on videotape :-)
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