Post by shirleymurphy on Feb 22, 2019 1:04:13 GMT -5
Well, The Curse of Mr. Bean:
Do you think Bean ever goes after those boys who caused him to fall from the diving board?
Likewise, I wish i could be a fly on the wall when the parents of the little girl in the yellow swimsuit realise that she’s got a pair of men’s swim trunks with her as well as her snorkel.
I wonder if the women’s swimming class that Bean flashes are traumatised for long?
I have a family photo from that era taken at my local swimming centre of the beginners swimmers class and EVERY ONE of the small girls is wearing some variation of the swimsuit the little girl in The Curse of Mr Bean wore.
And of course even if eighties culture and fashion hadn’t “hung over” into the early nineties, since there was no year zero, 1990 is part of the previous decade.
Mr. Bean thwarted by a kindergartner:
I occasionally think about what fictional characters do after the story is over, and how their lives might continue. However, one can overthink such things, particularly in the area of slapstick where IRL such antics would often result in arrest, injury or death.
I mean, in one Mr Bean outing he literally headbutts the Queen. Tell me that wouldn’t have serious consequences.
Post by tboneator64 on Jun 22, 2019 11:48:36 GMT -5
The two Bean movies and occasional one offs aside, I can't help but hope he and his ex girlfriend crossed paths again and all was forgiven after her having fled over his surprise 'Christmas present/engagement?' fail!
Post by rascalflats on May 14, 2021 18:25:06 GMT -5
I sort of recall seeing this footage on TV screens on board my city's Metrobus transit in 2004 and 2005, during their short-lived MTV experiment (MTV is not to be confused with the popular network that once aired music videos). Imagine how adults would have reacted if their children saw such crude gags.
The primary purpose of the TVs on board the buses was for advertising purposes. I didn't like it because of possibly being distracted and missing my stop.