First broadcast: Saturday 20th April 2002
Mr Bean's tranquillity is shattered by deafening roadworks outside his bedroom window. Threats, sabotage and subterfuge all fail to quell the cacophony until Bean has the ingenious idea of feeding the workmen into peaceful submission. But the silence ends with a bang!
First broadcast: Saturday 14th June 2003
Mr Bean is dogged by a young Japanese boy in the Science Museum and takes an instant dislike to the scallywag, until he sees what he has in his knapsack - gadgets so cool that you cannot get them in the West. So when a security guard tries to ruin their fun, they run away together - to Mars!
First broadcast: Saturday 23rd August 2003
An old photo album causes Bean to reminisce about summers at Scout camp as a boy, and sets him planning a night under the stars with Teddy. Purchasing a tent proves a problem, but nothing is going to stop him having a good time - even if he has to get the garden shed over the roof of his house.
First broadcast: Saturday 23rd August 2003
When his model aeroplane is blown out of the sky by a rival kid's, Mr Bean sets his sights on revenge. Next day, his newly-constructed fighter plane is almost ready for take-off. But it lacks a vital part - and the model shop is shut! No matter, it is chocks away with Teddy at the controls, fighting for airspace over London N10.
First broadcast: Saturday 30th August 2003
Nipping to the shops for a few provisions proves a nightmare for Bean when a mile-long shopping list from his landlady and a clapped-out trolley with a wonky wheel conspire to ruin his day. So he constructs his own trolley, with a petrol mower, pram wheels and an extra pair of hydraulic hands.
First broadcast: Tuesday 12th October 2004
Mr Bean is over the moon when he meets Mr Pod - the two men have so much in common: the same shirt, jacket, trousers and even underpants. And to top it all, Pod is Bean's spitting image. But Mr Bean falls to earth with a bump when his girlfriend, Irma Gobb, finds Mr Pod much better looking than him.
First broadcast: Thursday 14th October 2004
Mr Bean meets an aristocratic old lady when he nearly runs over her dog in his Mini. He is thrilled to be invited for luncheon at her grand but strangely shabby mansion. He is so busy with matters of protocol that he does not notice that the lady and her sinister butler are not quite what they seem.
First broadcast: Friday 15th October 2004
Mr Bean decides to decorate his room in the style of Buckingham Palace and selects the same wallpaper as the Queen has. Meanwhile, his landlady, Mrs Wicket, suffers from delusions of grandeur and crowns herself Queen of the Street!
First broadcast: Monday 18th October 2004
Mr Bean finds himself in a race to grow a giant marrow with his next-door neighbour. There is prize money at stake and a chance to get his photo in the papers. As the competition hots up, Mr Bean's gardening techniques become more inventive, unconventional and desperate.
First broadcast: Tuesday 19th October 2004
It is the start of a Fun Run and Mr Bean lines up beside his deadly enemy - the fat bloke who stole his parking space. Fun Run or not, nothing will stop Mr Bean beating this man to the finishing post - even if he has to flag a cab!
First broadcast: Wednesday 20th October 2004
Mr Bean gets in a flap when a monster turns up in his cake mix. The good news is that the monster turns out to be a harmless baby bird. The bad news is that it grows into a huge stork and takes over Mr Bean's home! He tries to return it to the wild and finds that teaching it to fly makes his arms ache!
First broadcast: Friday 22nd October 2004
As Mr Bean settles down to watch his favourite TV programme he hears loud noises from next door. He moves from house to garden but can't escape the relentless racket of trumpets, electric drills and screaming babies. Mr Bean's mind turns to thoughts of revenge.
First broadcast: Monday 25th October 2004
The nasty tennis player is big and angry and wants his ball back - the one Mr Bean managed to throw onto the roof of a house across the road. Paralysed with vertigo, 60ft up on a window sill, Bean is eventually brought to earth by the helpful intervention of a neighbour's pet hamster.
First broadcast: Wednesday 27th October 2004
Mr Bean finds himself lumbered with an unwanted pet in the form of a four-legged ball of pink fur with piggy eyes and a penchant for earthworms. Encyclopaedias leave him none the wiser as to the identity of the pesky creature, but Bean cannot bring himself to abandon it.
First broadcast: Thursday 28th October 2004
Mr Bean forgets the golden rule - never fall asleep in the bath when you have got a chicken in the oven. So what romantic meal can he quickly rustle up for his luckless girlfriend, Irma Gobb? The cheese from the mousetrap? The flower from the vase? A meal is eventually provided by an uninvited guest.
First broadcast: Monday 1st November 2004
After a regrettable episode involving his landlady sleepwalking into his room, Mr Bean suddenly finds himself out on his ear with nowhere to live. Near to tears, he yearns for the cosy familiarity of his old home. But a scarecrow and a pair of false teeth come to his rescue.