The animated daily trials and tribulations of clueless yet clever loner Mr Bean (aided by his best friend Teddy of course!) as he stumbles from one mishap to the next, always finding complex solutions to the simplest of problems.
Mr Bean becomes obsessed with gaming after being introduced by Mrs Wicket's nephew. He decides he must have his own console.
Mrs Wicket demands that Bean stay in to take delivery of a new lounge chair. He is forced to dress up as Mrs Wicket to make sure it is delivered.
Mr. Bean is charged with keeping an eye on Irma's dog Mopsy, but Mopsy is a very wilful pooch! Who is really in charge of who?
Mr Bean crashes his mini into a pool of slurry and is desperate to get himself and his car - and poor Teddy - clean again!
It's Irma's birthday. Bean writes out two cards - one nice, one silly. He gets his envelopes mixed up and sends off the wrong card.
Mr Bean breaks his bed using it as a trampoline. He tries to fix it, but he can't. Next morning, he goes to buy a brand-new bed.
Mrs Wicket demands Mr Bean drive her and Miss Wince to the spa, and wait outside until they are done. But Mr Bean soon gets bored waiting around, and looks for fun instead.
Mr Bean is cajoled by Irma and spurred by jealousy of the fund-raising star Declan into raising money for a donkey sanctuary.
The Great Eduardo, violinist supreme, is in town and Irma wants to go to the concert. But Bean won't pay for the tickets. More than that, he claims that he can play the violin better.
Miss Wince takes Mrs Wicket off on holiday in her brand-new, swanky caravan and Bean is left behind. But never one to let a setback knock his confidence, he decides to build his own caravan and sets off in search of the perfect `quiet spot'.
Mr Bean is trying to impress some kids in the park with his football skills but winds up kicking their ball into a dilapidated, scary-looking house.
Mr Bean accidentally spills all of Mrs Wicket's new, expensive perfume on the floor. He has to try and hide the crime and cover his tracks.
Mr Bean is on his way to the seaside when the mini runs out of petrol. Undeterred he manages to get a push, but will it be enough?
Mr Bean has little issue scratching a certain itch and ends up calling on Mrs Wicket for help.
Mr Bean is determined to make the best cup of java, ever. Oh, and to get rich brewing it.
It's cold, the boiler is broken, and Mr Bean has to get warm, fast.
Mr Bean enters Scrapper into a beauty contest so that he can win first prize.
Mr Bean disguises himself as a pensioner in order to avoid lunch with Irma and her mum.
Mr Bean climbs into his favourite tree to stop it from being chopped down.
Mrs Wicket is selling up and moving on, but what will happen to Mr Bean?
Mr Bean takes on the Bruisers at the local skateboard park, using only a mobility scooter.
Mrs Wicket becomes inconsolable when Scrapper goes missing. Mr Bean investigates.
Mr Bean has finished his model car collection, what next? What about football stickers?
Mr Bean digs up Bruiser Snr's medallion and rushes off to the local museum convinced he's found treasure.
Mr Bean pimps his car in order to prove to Declan - a rival in love - that Bean's car is better.
Mr Bean is forced to babysit Mrs Wicket's nephew on an Outward Bound day course.