The Mr. Bean cartoon is a British show made by Tiger Aspect Productions. It started on January 5, 2002, and ended on June 2, 2004. It had 52 episodes split into three seasons. Each episode has two parts, each 11 minutes long. The first two seasons were on ITV on Saturday nights. Then, in May 2004, it moved to CITV and was on every day because lots of kids liked it.
Mr. Bean Main Characters Names:
Mr. Bean: Rowan Atkinson is the voice of Mr. Bean, the main character. He acts like a kid who cares only about himself and loves to win. He lives in London, always wearing his special tweed jacket and a thin red tie. In the animated series, he’s smarter than in the live-action one. He talks clearer in the cartoon than in the live-action show, where he mostly mumbles.
Teddy: Mr. Bean’s personal teddy bear and lifelong best friend. Despite being inanimate, Bean pretends that Teddy is alive (like in the original live-action sitcom).
Mrs. Julia Wicket: Mrs. Julia Wicket, played by Sally Grace, is Mr. Bean’s grumpy landlord. She gets mad at him for his silly behavior. But she does care about him, especially later on. As a funny gag, she screams during bad situations, which scares birds outside their flat. In one episode, it’s revealed that she dislikes Mr. Bean because he accidentally ruined her wedding when they were younger. In the first season, she’s often mean, but she becomes nicer in the second season.
Scrapper: Scrapper is Mrs. Wicket’s pet cat with one eye, known for causing mischief and often joining forces with his owner in their disdain for Mr. Bean’s antics.
Some Other Characters:
Irma Gobb: Irma Gobb is Mr. Bean’s girlfriend. She’s patient and knows more than Mr. Bean, which makes their relationship funny. Matilda Ziegler does the voice for Irma Gobb. Introduced in the live-action series, she adds to the show’s humor despite their differences; Irma cares for Mr. Bean and tries to steer him away from trouble. In the animated series, she’s portrayed as working at a local library, adding depth to her character.
Miss Mary Wince: Miss Mary Wince makes Mrs. Wicket softer as they have tea and watch wrestling together, showing a different side of their friendship.
Mr. Bean’s Mini: Mr. Bean’s Mini is not just a car; it’s part of his adventures. The green car with a black bonnet often gets involved in his comedic mishaps. Mr. Bean’s unusual way of locking it adds to the humor. The animated series’s registration number is “STE 952R,” a small detail for fans to notice.
The burglars: The burglars are two criminals who often disguise themselves and commit crimes across London. However, they usually get caught by Mr. Bean, who calls the police.
The Bruiser family: The Bruiser family are Mr. Bean’s neighbors, a working-class family who sometimes clash with him. They usually cause minor trouble for Mr. Bean, especially the father and son.
“Mr. Bean: The Animated Series” has fun and laughs. With its funny characters like Mr. Bean, his neighbors, the Bruiser family, and the burglars, each episode is entertaining and enjoyable for everyone. The show’s silly humor and colorful animation keeps viewers coming back for more.
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