It doesn't matter what age group you are in, you'd have to be a humorless gloomy bloke to not find Mr. Bean even a tad bit funny.
The enigmatic yet adorable character from the eponymous show—which ran from 1990 to 1995 and even inspired a couple of feature films and an animated series—never failed in giving its audience its fair share of giggles. Whether it was due to Mr. Bean's uncanny comic timing or the show's side-splitting often dialogue-less scripts, reruns of the British sitcom still have people in stitches despite being over two decades old.
This year, Mr. Bean is celebrating its 25th anniversary, and in true Mr. Bean fashion, the show's mastermind had something really special up his sleeve for this momentous occasion.
Recently, actor Rowan Atkinson, the man behind the narcissistic yet endearing character who mimed his way into the hearts of many, decided to get into character once more and recreate this particular iconic scene from the episode, Do-It-Yourself Mr. Bean...
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Though this time, Mr. Bean ingeniously drove his 1976 British Leyland Mini 1000 to a rather significant landmark in London: no less than the Buckingham Palace.
Check out his nostalgic trip, of course with his forever faithful friend Teddy, in this video below: