Mr. Bean starts with an original way to pay a busker. Shopping in the mall requires testing the goods. Instead of telling another customer their credit-cards got mixed up, he finds a far more embarrassing way to 'set it straight'. Celebrating his way includes a restaurant dinner. A budget-driven menu choice proves disastrous, not admitting so far worse. Finally he's part of a movie theatre line-up preparing to look their very best for a royal attending a premiere- impossible with him around.
Did You Know?
French title: "Le retour de Mr Bean". See more
When Mr Bean decides to go shopping with his new American Express credit card, he takes it out to look at it in all it's sparkling glory. It is here that we can see the name printed on the card. "Mary Hutchinson
Thames TV PLC". It seems the card belonged to the Production Assistant. See more
You like-a try the house wine, sir?
Erm, yes please.
[the waiter pours a little bit into Mr. Bean's glass for him to taste, Mr. Bean drinks it
[the waiter moves to pour him a glass
No-no-no-no, oh no, no, no. I'm driving.
[he mimes drunk driving
For the original VHS releases, the audio tracks for the first three episodes were remixed to accommodate the NICAM stereo upgrade from episode four onward. There are additional, albeit subtle sounds such as environmental soundscapes added to outdoor scenes. These remixed audio tracks are available on some of the earlier PAL DVD sets, with the 20th anniversary edition from Universal reverting back to the originally broadcast audio tracks. See more