Season 1 had a total of 16 episodes, and began broadcasting in January 2002.

It had a regular Saturday night prime-time slot on ITV1. However, the final two episodes were delayed for several weeks due to schedule changes.

Episode #

Title

Original air date

1

"In The Wild"

January 5, 2002

Mr. Bean heads out on a camping trip. His knowledge of wild animals proves less than worthy.

2

"Missing Teddy"

January 5, 2002

Teddy is stolen by burglars and Mr. Bean seeks the culprits out. The bears are transformed to bunny bears and Bean came up plan to rescue them all.

3

"Artful Bean"

January 12, 2002

Mr. Bean decides to become an artist after he receives inspiration from amateur art.

4

"The Fly"

January 12, 2002

Mr. Bean becomes irritated chases a destructive fly through the house.

5

"No Parking"

January 19, 2002

Mr. Bean's tries to find a parking spot so that he can watch a new movie with little success.

6

"Bean's Bounty"

January 19, 2002

Mr. Bean believes he has struck gold when he discovers buried treasure on a mining site, with a group of thieves intending to steal it from him.

7

"Mime Games"

January 26, 2002

A mime artist takes a shine to Mr. Bean when the pair meet in the local park.

8

"Spring Clean"

January 26, 2002

Mr. Bean decides it is time for a spring clean.

9

"No Pets"

February 3, 2002

Mr. Bean wants to buy a new pet for himself, despite the protests of Mrs. Wicket who wouldn't allow any pet other than Scrapper.

10

"Ray Of Sunshine"

February 3, 2002

Mr. Bean struggles to maintain the only ray of sunshine on a beach for himself.

11

"Birthday Bear"

February 10, 2002

It is Teddy's birthday, and Bean decides to give him a treat.

12

"The Mole"

February 10, 2002

Mrs. Wicket orders Mr. Bean to intervene when a mole interrupts her game of croquet on the lawn.

13

"Roadworks"

February 17, 2002

Roadworks outside of Mr. Bean's flat cause him grief, and so he goes to stop the road workers.

14

"The Sofa"

February 17, 2002

When Mr. Bean's sofa becomes old and worn, he decides to purchase a new one.

15

"Nurse!"

March 26, 2002

Mr. Bean decides to fake an accident in order to get perks from the hospital.

16

"Dead Cat"

March 26, 2002

Mr. Bean accidentally causes Scrapper to go missing, so he tries to find a replacement cat before Mrs. Wicket finds out.

[edit]Season

2 (2003)

Season 2 also had a total of 16 episodes, and was broadcast in early 2003. It was the last series to be given a prime-time saturday slot.

Episode #

Title

Original air date

1 (17)

"Gadget Kid"

February 16, 2003

Mr. Bean meets and befriends a young, naughty and smart Japanese boy with the latest technological gadgets at a museum.

2 (18)

"The Visitor"

February 16, 2003

An old friend and former kindergarten classmate of Mr. Bean's named Harry ruins a visit when he eats all of his food.

3 (19)

"Royal Bean"

February 23, 2003

Mr. Bean saves the Queen's dog while trying to replace a mug, and is knighted and given a new one.

4 (20)

"Young Bean"

February 23, 2003

Mr. Bean begins to reminisce about his childhood adventures after hiding in the attic from Mrs. Wicket.

5 (21)

"Goldfish"

March 1, 2003

Mr. Bean tries training a goldfish in order to break a record.

6 (22)

"Inventor"

March 1, 2003

When Mr. Bean receives a visit from a rich inventor, it inspires him to start inventing so he can impress Mrs. Wicket.

7 (23)

"Car Trouble"

March 8, 2003

When Mr. Bean's mini breaks down, he attempts to find other methods of transport to get to an important event by getting a hot air balloon.

8 (24)

"Restaurant"

March 8, 2003

Mr. Bean eats at a restaurant also being dined at by a group of irritating celebrities both then he gets another crush on one of the celebrities then he gets kissed.

9 (25)

"Hot Date"

March 15, 2003

Mr. Bean and Irma Gobb go out on a date wherein he forgets his wallet forcing her to pay for all

10 (26)

"Wanted"

March 15, 2003

A case of mistaken identity makes the authorities mistake Mr. Bean for an identical escaped prisoner, who finds being Mrs. Wicket to be a greater punishment.

11 (27)

"Big TV"

March 22, 2003

When Mr. Bean's old TV breaks, he tries to buy a new one destroyed television of broken death.

12 (28)

"Keyboard Capers"

March 22, 2003

Mr. Bean buys a piano to learn how to play it. He is given a self playing keyboard by a piano teacher.

13 (29)

"Camping"

March 29, 2003

Mr. Bean goes camping in a caravan made out of Mrs. Wicket's storage.

14 (30)

"Chocks Away!"

March 29, 2003

Mr. Bean flies a remote control aeroplane to get revenge on an annoying overweight boy.

15 (31)

"Super Trolley"

April 5, 2003

When Mr. Bean gets a wonky shopping trolley at the local supermarket, he decides to build his own trolley.

16 (32)

"Magpie"

April 5, 2003

Mr. Bean is arrested when a selection of jewelery is stolen in the local area - however, it is soon discovered the culprit may not be a human.

[edit]Season

3 (2004)

Season 3 had a total of 20 episodes, and was broadcast in mid-2004. It was the only series to feature on CITV in a regular daytime slot, rather than a prime-time slot. However, once again, two episodes were shown long after the series should have finished.

Episode #

Title

Original air date

1 (33)

"Cat Sitting"

November 6, 2004

After Mrs. Wicket breaks her leg, Mr. Bean is forced to look after her pet cat, Scrapper.

2 (34)

"The Bottle"

May 10, 2004

Mr. Bean attempts to retrieve his antique ship-in-a-bottle after he mistakenly takes the ship-in-a-bottle by the milkman.

3 (35)

"Art Thief"

November 7, 2004

Mr. Bean mistakes someone for an art thief.

4 (36)

"Scaredy Bean"

May 11, 2004

Mr. Bean runs into a selection of movies. He finds in his dreams where he seeks the help for Mr. Tiny to defeat the villains.

5 (37)

"Bean in Love"

May 12, 2004

A mean security guard prevents Mr. Bean from getting to see Roxy, a singer whom Mr. Bean has a crush on.

6 (38)

"Double Trouble"

May 13, 2004

When an identical 'Bean' arrives, Irma becomes puzzled between who is the real Mr. Bean and who is the fake Mr. Bean

7 (39)

"Hopping Mad!"

May 14, 2004

Mr. Bean deals with a frog infestation while Mrs. Wicket entertains important guests.

8 (40)

"A Grand Invitation"

May 17, 2004

Mr. Bean is invited to a posh country house after he is believed to have saved a dog.

9 (41)

"A Royal Makeover"

May 18, 2004

Mrs. Wicket takes over Mr. Bean's flat after he redecorates it in the style of Buckingham Palace.

10 (42)

"SuperMarrow"

May 19, 2004

Mr. Bean competes against his neighbours in growing a watermelon.

11 (43)

"A Running Battle"

May 20, 2004

Mr. Bean enters himself in a local marathon in an attempt to impress Mrs. Wicket's elderly friends. Tutati, his diabolical neighbor dog, ruins the race after the dog bites Mr. Bean's leg.

12 (44)

"Egg And Bean"

May 21, 2004

After Mr. Beans Television antenna is have a nest with a egg inside Mr. Bean is forced to take care of a swarm of birds after they start to hatch in his gutters.

13 (45)

"Haircut"

May 24, 2004

When the local hairdresser messes up Mr. Bean's haircut, he decides to take matters into his own hands.

14 (46)

"Neighbourly Bean"

May 25, 2004

To spite his noisy next-door neighbours after he watches his favorite show, Mr. Bean records every noise they make and then plays it back at high volume during the night so that they can't sleep.

15 (47)

"The Ball"

May 26, 2004

Mr. Bean is forced to help an overweight father and son after their tennis ball becomes trapped on the roof of an elderly gentleman.

16 (48)

"Toothache"

May 27, 2004

Mr. Bean attempts to remove a loose tooth.

17 (49)

"In The Pink"

May 28, 2004

Mr. Bean foils a duo of fraudsters who are selling a worm-eating rodent as a special breed of badgers in a local pet store.

18 (50)

"Dinner For Two"

May 31, 2004

Mr. Bean destroys the centrepiece of a his meal during a romantic evening.

19 (51)

"Treasure!"

June 1, 2004

Mr. Bean discovers that a missing jigsaw piece and a treasure map could be connected in some way.

20 (52)

"Homeless"

June 2, 2004

Mr. Bean is kicked out of his flat when Mrs. Wicket misinterprets his being hidden under a blanket to be perversion. He eventually is allowed back when she thinks he fought off a real predator.

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