In the weird and wonderful world of Facebook groups, a nostalgic comedy reigns supreme.
With 124.5 million subscribers, it is the UK’s largest Facebook group, ranking 4th in the world behind Cristiano Ronaldo, Samsung and the Facebook app itself.
Is it just fools and horses? I hear you ask.
Or daddy’s army?
Or something newer, like The Office?
No, he’s the one and only Mr. Bean.
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Rowan Atkinson’s Mr Bean, the ’90s sitcom created by Atkinson and Richard Curtis not only has one of the biggest Facebook followers in the world, it also has a perfect score on Rotten Tomatoes and has over 10 million followers. subscribers on YouTube.
The hilarious Mr. Bean is based on a character originally developed by Atkinson while studying for his Masters at the University of Oxford.
It focuses on Mr. Bean, described by Atkinson as “a child in the body of an adult man” as he solves various problems with daily tasks and often disrupts the process.
It has received a number of international awards, but also attracts audiences around the world for a very specific reason.
It uses very little dialogue, which means it can address hundreds of territories around the world – accessible to people with little or no knowledge of English.
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Fans of the show will remember Mr. Bean’s beloved best friend Teddy, his girlfriend Irma Gobb and his long-suffering girlfriend.
Mr. Bean’s daily mishaps and misadventures are of course even more memorable.
Mr. Bean’s official Facebook page has daily hilarious clips from the program, including Mr. Bean getting lost at the beach and dreaming of oysters.
For new fans of the animated series, there are sometimes clips from the latest animated series as well.
However, the majority of the page is devoted to the original 15 episodes, providing fans with plenty of nostalgic comedies to enjoy.