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Bean tries to save a man suffering from a heart attack but when the ambulance arrives, Bean uses it to jump start his car, inadvertently disabling the ambulance.
Later he tries to post a letter and ends up getting locked inside a post box.
Bean attends a maths exam, during which he tries to copy from a student (Paul Bown) under the nose of the invigilator (Rudolph Walker); he surreptitiously changes into his swimming trunks so as not to be noticed by someone nearby (Roger Sloman); and he struggles to stay awake during a church service, much to the annoyance of the man sitting next to him, Mr. Bean busks to pay a busker (Dave O'Higgins), tries out his new credit card in a department store, visits a restaurant and is served an unwanted dish, leading him to try a variety of strategies to avoid eating it, and then has an unfortunate altercation with Queen Elizabeth II.
Bean visits the local swimming pool where he realises that he is scared of diving, tries to find a way to leave the car park without paying, makes a sandwich in the park sitting next to Angus Deayton, jumps a traffic light in his car by getting out and pushing it and then takes his girlfriend to watch a scary movie at the cinema.
Bean attends an open day at a school and unleashes his usual brand of chaos in the various classes he visits.
Despite all his fun, Bean's day takes a somber turn when he discovers that his cherished Mini is not where he left it.
Bean finds a miniature nativity scene in Harrods and performs his own take on the birth of Jesus with army troops and Daleks.
Bean visits a rare book library (possibly the British Library), where he reads a rare tome that must be handled with gloves. First, he's attending an open house day at school where he raises an uproar in art class, and wreaks havoc on the science lab.
Soon after he uses a pencil and a crayon to copy a page of ...
Guest star: Danny La Rue It is the end of 1993, and Bean is hosting a New Year's Eve party with his own unique style of fun.
However it is not long before his guests discover that there is more fun to be had at the flat next door and devise a way of tricking Bean into letting them go.