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StarlightMcKenzie Sun 18-Sep-11 18:26:59

kept my ds watching the television for the past hour.

DS NEVER watches television. His is 4 and with ASD.

The story is extremely visual with very little language and 'Mr Beans Holiday' features trains, buses, cars, roads, scooters and general slapstick comedy, as well as very exaggerated expressions.

It seems obvious really but it's bloody brilliant. Thought I'd share.

MangoMonster Sun 18-Sep-11 18:44:05

I used to find mr bean hilarious as a kid smile

signandsmile Sun 18-Sep-11 18:50:11

good suggestion star, I will try it out. (ds loves the 'you've been framed type of programme, which he calls the 'silly falling over programme' ), as opposed to police camera action, which is known as 'naughty cars') grin

StarlightMcKenzie Sun 18-Sep-11 18:50:21

And he goes to a restaurant and he doesn't want to eat the food, so he puts it in the handbag of the woman next to him when she isn't looking.

DS was in fits......

bigbluebus Sun 18-Sep-11 18:51:36

What do you mean "as a kid". I think Mr Bean's Holiday is one of the funniest films I have seen in a long time - good clean humour - not much of that about these days!!!

MangoMonster Sun 18-Sep-11 19:03:03

smile, remember the pink panther films with Peter Sellers being very good too.

pigletmania Sun 18-Sep-11 19:31:17

I love Mr Bean he is so funny

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