Mr. Bean goes to a swimming pool, where he finds himself scared to death on the high diving board. When he's done, he tries several different ways to get his car out of the parking garage when he doesn't have enough money to do it the normal way. After that, he sits on a park bench and uses an unusual method of making himself a sandwich. Finally, he goes to a movie theater and tries to survive a terrifying horror with his girlfriend.
Did You Know?
The horror film Mr. Bean and The Girlfriend goes to see at the cinema is the 1984 film "A Nightmare on Elm Street". However, the poster of the film seen at the cinema is "A Nightmare on Elm Street 5: The Dream Child", which was released in the UK on 11th May 1990, which came out several months before (#1.3) was broadcast on 30th December 1990. The original "A Nightmare on Elm Street" was released in the UK on 12th July 1985. See more
When Mr. Bean is trying to get out of the car park through the entrance, he uses a wheelie-bin to simulate a car to get the gate to open. After he's out and shifted the bin, he's blocked in by another car. We see a hand take the next ticket (presumably belonging to the driver of the incoming car) but the car pulling up in front of Mr. Bean is so far away from the ticket machine, it's not possible for him to take it and drive into the car park in the short amount of time seen, plus we never see or hear anybody get out of the car to get the ticket. See more
[uses his credit card to spread butter on bread
My flexible friend.
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
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