Mr bean funniest scene ever

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Mr. Bean by Joanna Strange

[Penguin Readers Level 2]

Mr Bean leaves a trail of havoc wherever he goes. His employers at the National Gallery are desperate to get rid of him. They pretend that he is an art critic and send him to America on a cultural exchange. Is America prepared for Mr Bean? Follow his hilarious adventures in California. This is a great comedy film starring Rowan Atkinson as one of the funniest characters ever to hit the big screen.
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Those arched eyebrows. That almost toothless smile. Those sea-green mischievous eyes. He's more than a television character; he's a fumbling, puffing, hip-swinging myth. And he needs no introduction. So I apologise.

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This is an episode guide for the British television series Mr. Bean , starring Rowan Atkinson , which ran between 1 January [1] and 15 December Bean treats himself to a weekend in a hotel and seeks competition with his hotel neighbour. After he eats some spoiled oysters, he is confined to a nightmare about them and his neighbour. With his stomach turning, he goes outside of his room to complain to the other neighbour who is playing very loud music but is locked out and naked. All in all, all hell breaks loose, ending with a certain someone's bottom on show Bean visits a rare book library, where he reads a rare tome that must be handled with gloves.

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