Mr. Bean

Mr. Bean (1989)

5 corrected entries in Mr. Bean In Room 426

(2 votes)

Starring: Rowan Atkinson

Genres: Comedy, Family

Mr. Bean In Room 426 - S1-E11

Corrected entry: Mr Bean uses his drill to drill into his 'neighbour's' bathroom so he can have a bath himself. However what did Bean do with all the debris from his drilling? There is no sign of it anywhere.

Correction: We see a very limited amount of Mr. Bean's room so it's impossible to say the debris isn't there. It could have also fallen in between the walls.


Mr. Bean In Room 426 - S1-E11

Corrected entry: Mr Bean pulls the shower curtain across the hole across the wall he has drilled (in order for him to have a bath in his neighbour's bath.) However in reality the shower curtain is on the wrong side of the bath. The point of a shower curtain is to stop the floor of the bathroom getting wet when showering. The only reason why the shower curtain was on the wrong side of the bath was for Bean to conveniently hide the hole that he drilled.

Correction: You can see the tub has a curtain rod that goes fully around the tub. This is done for a number of reasons and is in no way a mistake. People use long curtains to make sure the walls don't get wet as well. This prevents mold and mildew from building up on walls not meant to get wet. But also, especially with shorter curtains, it gives space for the curtain to be fully open (such as to dry out) without covering up the front of the tub, which is done for a number of personal reasons.


Mr. Bean In Room 426 - S1-E11

Corrected entry: In "Mr Bean In Room 426", when he is sleeping after getting food poisoning, he hears music from next door's room. When he looks at his clock, it says 12:05pm. However, as we know it is night-time as there is a show and hardly anyone around (and darkness in windows) then the clock should read 12:05am and not pm.


Correction: On that model alarm clock it is only pm when there is a light next to the PRINTED words "PM." In the shot you can see there is no light next to PM.

Mr. Bean In Room 426 - S1-E11

Corrected entry: Bean kind of 'squeezes' the TV remote control in some shots to switch the TV on/off or change the channel but doesn't press the buttons on the keypad. On this type of remote control (it's a JVC one by the way), the large blue button is the power button, but it never gets pressed.

Correction: How do you know that Mr Bean was turning the TV off? Maybe he was pressing mute, and that's what made it silent?

Mr. Bean In Room 426 - S1-E11

Corrected entry: Why was the old lady still walking down the stairs at around midnight in the first place? Also, wouldn't it be a bit darker on the staircase?

Correction: I think she is still walking down the stairs from the first time. She is old and senile, and it's also probably part of the gag.

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