Bean visits a rare book library (possibly the British Library), where he reads a rare tome that must be handled with gloves. The seaside was mostly funny where he tries to change without taking his clothes off. Perhaps a tie between cheating for exam is the last one, the royal premiere, which will literally got me laughing to the floor as Mr.
A sketch featuring Bean was performed at the Edinburgh Fringe in the early 1980s.
It was totally predictable but completely side-splitting, I loved it.
The swimming pool scene is followed by two only slightly less amusing skits, one involving a remarkably complex lunch in the park that just goes all wrong in the end and the other involving a date to a horror movie which, as with the diving board scene, goes on for a little too long.
The credit card switch was very embarrassing and hilarious. I don't understand why there are so few votes for Mr.
Bean Classics, but for me this one is the most memorable - perhaps it was also the first time I saw Mr. He is much funnier in the older 1990s version then the present larger blockbuster you see him in Johnny English.