Mr. Bean Animated Series
Kids & Family
Bean is back! Join him, alongside his best friend Teddy and his long-suffering landlady, for more zany mishaps that surround his daily life.
S01:E01 - In the Wild
Inspired by a wildlife documentary on TV, Mr. Bean dusts off his camera and treks deep into the countryside in search of the perfect wildlife photograph. After two fruitless days of being the hunter, he is somewhat miffed to find himself the hunted.
S01:E02 - Missing Teddy
Whilst browsing the supermarket for lovely grub, Mr. Bean's life-long pal, Teddy, is kidnapped. Bean tracks down the nasty men responsible and finds that Teddy is not their only captive. Mr. Bean rescues a hundred teddy bears once their ears are put through an industrial sewing machine.
S01:E03 - No Parking
Mr Bean drives his favourite Teddy to the cinema to see his favourite movie - 'Titanic'. Now he simply has to park the car. But when you're Mr Bean, nothing's simple. His ingenious efforts to find a parking space are persistently foiled. And the clock is ticking....
S01:E04 - Bean's Bounty
A local archaeology dig inspires Bean to go in search of treasure. But why buy a metal detector when you can make one from lawnmower parts and a dustbin lid? After destroying his landlady's back garden, Mr. Bean tries out his hand-made contraption in the woods. He is overjoyed to discover a buried chest of gold doubloons. However, his happiness is soon thwarted by the arrival of two baddies, the police and a very angry Landlady.
S01:E05 - Artful Bean
There's easy money to be had in the art world and Mr. Bean is set on getting some of it. Once equipped with the right tools, he ventures into the countryside with a blank canvas in search of inspiration and comes home with a painting full of life. Literally.
S01:E06 - The Fly
When Mr. Bean finds a fly in his room, it's war. He needs weapons. Fly spray? A rolled-up magazine? These are only the start. In desperation, he enlists a mouldy doughnut, an encyclopaedia, an upside-down dustbin and a club-hammer. Finally, Bean becomes the first man in history to wage war on a fly... with a fridge.
S01:E07 - Mime Games
A leisurely stroll in the park turns into a run when Mr. Bean is chased home by an angry Mime Artist. He is lost for more words than usual when the street performer makes himself at home and insists on being wined and dined. Bean ousts the pest from his house using the only language mime artists understand.
S01:E08 - Spring Clean
It's the First Day of Spring and Mr. Bean sets about washing his clothes, his furniture, his teddy and himself. But, alas, there's no hot water! A bit of inventive improvisation with an outside drainpipe proves Mr. Bean to be greener at D.I.Y. plumbing than he thought.
S01:E09 - No Pets
Sometimes Mr. Bean's Teddy can be no fun at all. Feeling the need for a new friend, Bean buys a parrot. But getting the parrot past his landlady and her one-eyed cat, Scrapper, proves to be no easy task. Next, is trying to get the blasted bird to speak.
S01:E10 - A Ray of Sunshine
It's a beautiful day at the beach. Bean breathes in the salty air, bliss - and not another soul in sight. What could possibly spoil his perfect day? Answer: British weather. Mr. Bean finds himself chasing an illusive ray of sunshine across town, over hills and dales, a football stadium and the English Channel.
S01:E11 - Birthday Bear
Mr. Bean is shocked when Teddy receives a birthday card from Bean's girlfriend, Irma Gobb. The bear's Birthday had completely slipped his mind. And what do you get for the teddy that has everything? A morning in a toy shop, burgers for lunch and a slap up tea party, of course. (But only if you can afford it)
S01:E12 - The Mole
Mr. Bean's landlady is hopping mad on finding molehills on her lovely croquet lawn. Bean looks to get hammered if he does not rid the old lady of the cuddly little half-blind culprit. He fails dismally with his eccentric mole extermination methods and ends up simply taking the pesky rodent for a ride.
S01:E13 - Roadworks
Mr. Bean's tranquillity is shattered by deafening roadworks outside his bedroom window. Threats, sabotage and subterfuge all fail to quell the cacophony until Bean has the ingenious idea of feeding the workmen into peaceful submission. But the silence ends with a bang!
S01:E14 - The Sofa
Mr. Bean likes nothing more than to relax on his sofa with a good meal and his favourite telly programme. Unfortunately, a painful explosion of springs under his bottom puts an end to that. He sets about buying another one but, alas, sofas are expensive items. TV dinners may well be a thing of the past for Mr Bean.
S01:E15 - Treasure!
In a dark and cobwebby corner of his attic, Mr. Bean finds a treasure map. The hunt is on! But tricky clues lead Bean up the chimney, round the bend, down the garden path, up the blinking wall and nearly all the way to Australia.
S01:E16 - Homeless
After a regrettable episode involving his landlady sleepwalking into his room, Mr. Bean suddenly finds himself out on his ear with nowhere to live. Near to tears, he yearns for the cosy familiarity of his old home. A scarecrow and a pair of false teeth come to his rescue.
S01:E17 - Camping
An old photo album causes Bean to reminisce about his lovely summers at scout camp as a boy, and sets him planning a night under the stars with Teddy. Purchasing a tent becomes a tricky problem but nothing will stop him having a good time, even if he has to get the garden shed over the roof of his house.
S01:E18 - Chocks Away
When his model aeroplane is blown out of the sky by that of a rival kid, Mr. Bean sets his sights on revenge. Next day, his newly constructed fighter plane, almost ready for take-off, sadly lacks a vital part and the blinking model shop is shut! No matter. It's chocks away with Teddy at the controls, fighting for airspace over London N10.
S01:E19 - Royal Bean
When Mr. Bean breaks his favourite Royal mug he discovers there's only one place to buy a replacement: Buckingham Palace, home of the Queen of England. When one of Her Majesty's corgis runs off with his teddy, Bean gives chase through secret tunnels and gets lost.
S01:E20 - Young Bean
When did Mr. Bean first meet his teddy bear? Did he really learn to drive his mini at the age of ten? Could he possibly have known his battle-axe of a landlady when she was a sweet and blushing bride? Bean takes us on a journey into the past, answering these questions and giving us an inkling as to what made him the man he is today.
S01:E21 - In the Pink
Mr. Bean finds himself lumbered with an unwanted pet in the form of a four-legged ball of pink fur with piggy eyes and a penchant for earthworms. Encyclopedias leave him none the wiser as to the identity of the pesky creature but Bean can't bring himself to just abandon it. The puzzle is eventually solved after a picnic in the park and a raid on the local pet shop.
S01:E22 - Dinner for Two
Mr. Bean forgets the golden rule: never fall asleep in the bath when you've got a chicken in the oven. So what romantic meal can he quickly rustle-up for his luckless girlfriend, Irma Gobb? The cheese from the mousetrap? The flower from the vase? A meal is eventually provided by an uninvited guest.
S01:E23 - The Ball
The nasty tennis player is big and angry and wants his ball back. The one Mr. Bean managed to throw on the roof of a house across the road. Paralyzed with vertigo sixty feet up on a windowsill, he is eventually brought to earth by the helpful intervention of a neighbour's pet gerbil.
S01:E24 - Toothache
Mr. Bean's sweet tooth leads him to despair when he bites off a bit more than he can chew. He is tormented by the toothache from Hell - and embarks on a hilarious mission to pull out this menace. Bean's DIY attempts fail to succeed, and he is left with no other choice but to visit the dreaded dentist. But can Bean brave the Dentist's chair? Or will the dentist despair when faced with Bean's antics?
S01:E25 - Haircut
After (accidentally) rescuing a kitten from a tree Mr. Bean is set to have his picture in the newspaper! The photographer arrives with the grateful lady cat owner, the scene is set, smiles all round but then disaster strikes when Bean is continually upstaged by his hair.
S01:E26 - Neighbourly Bean
As Mr Bean settles down to watch his favourite TV programme he hears loud noises from next-door. He moves from house to garden but can't escape the relentless cacophony of trumpets, electric drills, and screaming babies. Bean's mind turns to thoughts of revenge.
S01:E27 - Nurse!
Envious of all the attention his landlady is receiving because of a broken leg, Mr. Bean decides to 'break' his leg too. When he ends up in hospital under the care of the Matron from Hell he discovers there are some kinds of attention even he doesn't enjoy.
S01:E28 - Dead Cat
Whilst trying to redecorate the hall, Bean is obstructed at every turn by his landlady's vile one-eyed cat. Bean pops it in the dustbin to keep it out of the way for a while. Just his luck that it's rubbish collection day.
S01:E29 - Super-Trolley
Nipping to the shops for a few provisions becomes a nightmare when a mile-long shopping list from his landlady and a clapped out trolley with a wonky wheel conspire to ruin his day. Subscribing to the theory that bigger is better, he constructs his own shopping trolley incorporating a petrol mower, pram wheels and an extra pair of hydraulic hands.
S01:E30 - Magpie
When nursing an injured magpie in his room, Mr. Bean learns something the rest of us already know: magpies can't help stealing anything that sparkles. When the police arrive to investigate the theft of his landlady's jewelry, it's not just Mr. Bean that needs to take flight.
S01:E31 - Cat Sitting
After a head-on collision with the milkman, Mr. Bean's landlady is rushed to hospital, leaving him to look after her odious one-eyed cat Scrapper. Fur isn't the only thing that flies and in the end it's Bean that needs looking after.
S01:E32 - The Bottle
Mr. Bean is delighted with his new ship in a bottle until it mistakenly ends up on a milkman's float. He frantically pursues his prize possession, only to see it disappear into a milk bottling plant at the local dairy. Getting it back promises to be a mission of the impossible.
S01:E33 - Goldfish
With his teddy bear at the dry cleaners, Mr. Bean finds himself feeling lonely. Fortunately, a new playmate appears in the shape of a goldfish from the garden pond. Bean has a great time with his new best friend until, at the seaside, he discovers that some fish are gigantic, have large pointed teeth and fins on their backs.
S01:E34 - Inventor
When Mr. Wicket gets a new lodger who is an Inventor, and a big nuisance, Bean discovers that he has to become inventive himself. But, when your enemy is clever and sneaky, you have to be even cleverer and sneakier. Bean has never lost a cleverness competition, but maybe there is a first time for everything!
S01:E35 - Car Trouble
Conned by a mechanic into believing his beloved car to be beyond repair, Mr. Bean reluctantly consigns his faithful four-wheeled friend to the car crusher. After choosing hot-air ballooning as an alternative mode of transport, he spots his cherished car from the air with the unscrupulous mechanic whistling at the wheel! This discovery raises more than Mr. Bean's spirits.
S01:E36 - Restaurant
Mr. Bean's Birthday dinner gets off on the wrong foot when he and Teddy are made to take the worst table at a swanky restaurant. The evening is further ruined by a self-obsessed movie star at the next table. After a swim in the lobster tank, Mr. Bean unwittingly cooks up sweet revenge in the kitchen.
S01:E37 - Art Thief
During a visit to London's National Gallery, Bean witnesses the theft of a major work of art. Bloodhound that he is, he pursues the culprit across the Channel to Paris only to be waylaid by a Reliant Robin, a traffic jam, and a mime artist under the Eiffel Tower. Will Mr Bean 'the International Art Sleuth' prove successful?
S01:E38 - Scaredy Bean
Who's afraid of daft films about giant killer cats, blobs from outer space and thumb-size men who dance around in sugar bowls? Mr. Bean is. He's very afraid. A trip to the cinema makes Mr. Bean's imagination play tricks on him.
S01:E39 - Hot Date
Against his better judgement, Bean has agreed to go out on a proper date with Irma Gobb, his girlfriend. She has the perfect evening planned: a romantic film followed by a candlelit dinner for two. If only she had the perfect boyfriend to go with it.
S01:E40 - Wanted
Mistaken for an escaped convict, Bean is carted off to jail where he finds that, with a little imagination, prison can be quite nice actually. The real convict finds life less cosy under the thumb of Mr. Bean's landlady.
S01:E41 - Gadget Kid
Mr. Bean finds himself dogged by a young Japanese boy at the Science Museum. He takes an instant dislike to the Scallywag until he sees what the kid has in his backpack: gadgets so cool you can't even get them in the West. So when a security guard tries to ruin their fun they run away together to... Mars!
S01:E42 - The Visitor
Mr. Bean cannot, for the life of him, place the face of the uninvited fat bloke on his doorstep. An old school photograph and school cap just about jog his memory. By this time his new friend has put his feet up and is eating Bean out of house and home. This blast from the past proves to be a blasted pain in the neck.
S01:E43 - Big TV
Irma Gobb comes round to watch TV and Bean finds that liking different programmes to your girlfriend can be very bad for a relationship. After an explosive argument the TV blows up, forcing Mr. Bean to invent his own very ingenious form of home entertainment.
S01:E44 - Keyboard Capers
Determined to master Beethoven's symphony, Mr Bean wangles himself a grand piano, a music book, a candelabra and a very patient piano teacher. Liberace, eat your heart out!
S01:E45 - A Running Battle
It's the start of a Fun Run. Mr. Bean lines-up beside his deadly enemy: the fat bloke who stole his parking space. Fun Run or no, nothing will stop Bean beating this man to the finishing post, even if he has to flag a cab.
S01:E46 - Egg and Bean
Mr. Bean gets in a flap when a monster turns up in his cake-mix. The good news, though, is that the monster turns out to be a harmless baby bird. The bad news is that it grows into a huge stork and takes over his home. Bean attempts to return it to the wild, and finds teaching it to fly makes his arms ache.
S01:E47 - Hopping Mad!
When the frogspawn in Mr. Bean's bath hatch out, it's the last thing his landlady needs, especially when she's invited the Mayor for tea. Hundreds of angry amphibians decide to invite themselves as well. Bean proves to be no expert at catching slippery green things that won't stop hopping about all over the blinking place.
S01:E48 - A Grand Invitation
Mr. Bean meets an aristocratic old lady when he nearly runs over her lapdog with his mini. He's thrilled to be invited for luncheon at her grand but strangely shabby mansion. Bean is determined to rise to the occasion. He's so busy with matters of protocol he doesn't notice that the lady and her sinister butler aren't quite what they seem.
S01:E49 - A Royal Makeover
How does one choose tasteful wallpaper these days? After watching a royal documentary on TV, Mr. Bean decides to decorate his room in the style of Buckingham Palace. If the Queen's new wallpaper is good enough for Her Royal Highness, then it's going to be good enough for him. Meanwhile, his landlady, Mrs. Wicket, suffers from illusions of grandeur and crowns herself Queen of the street.
S01:E50 - SuperMarrow
Mr. Bean finds himself in a race to grow a giant marrow with his next-door neighbour. There's prize money at stake and a chance to get his photo in the papers. And so, as the competition gets tough, Bean's gardening techniques become more ingenious, unconventional and desperate.
S01:E51 - Bean in Love
He's got her record, the poster and the T-shirt, so when Mr. Bean's heart-throb, Roxy, is set to sing in concert at the London Palladium, he sets his sights on the only thing that will make his life complete: her signature in his autograph book. A difficult feat but can love prevail?
S01:E52 - Double Trouble
Mr. Bean is over the moon when he meets Mr. Pod because both men have so much in common; same shirt, jacket, trousers and underpants. And to top it all, Pod is Bean's spitting image! Bean falls to Earth with a bump, though, when his girlfriend, Irma Gobb, finds Mr. Pod much better looking than him.