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Man vs Bee

A man finds himself at war with a bee while housesitting a luxurious mansion. Who will win, and what irreparable damage will be done in the process?

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Runtime:
12 min.
Status:
Canceled/Ended
Rating:
2.8/5 (15 ratings)
More Info:
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Subtitles, Mistakes

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Premiered:
2022
Ended:
2022
Episodes:
9
Watchlists:
1,239

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Cast

as Trevor Bingley

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Bananijoe said:
I think if you were a fan of Mr. Bean you would likely enjoy Man vs Bee.


You assume i dont like Mr.Bean?

Offtopic Sellers/Atkinson

I really like Peter Sellers as Clouseau, he is brilliant most of the time, there are scenes i do not get tired of watching for over 40 years now... no-one ever got close to copying him like that, just thinking about it makes me chuckle :D
... i think there were some other roles i liked

Atkinson has some great moments, also in Mr.Bean - but he does quantity, so you watch 10min with 30 jokes to experience the 1min with the 1-3 good jokes - so it is a bit tiresome, but Atkinson has one of the best dry/slapstick humor since Laurel & Hardy :D ... so i like him, but you really have to search hard for all his iconic moments


No. I just thought that Mr. Bean and Man vs Bee were kind OS similar in style.
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bvereshagen said:
I think if you were a fan of Mr. Bean you would likely enjoy Man vs Bee.


You assume i dont like Mr.Bean?

Offtopic Sellers/Atkinson

I really like Peter Sellers as Clouseau, he is brilliant most of the time, there are scenes i do not get tired of watching for over 40 years now... no-one ever got close to copying him like that, just thinking about it makes me chuckle :D
... i think there were some other roles i liked

Atkinson has some great moments, also in Mr.Bean - but he does quantity, so you watch 10min with 30 jokes to experience the 1min with the 1-3 good jokes - so it is a bit tiresome, but Atkinson has one of the best dry/slapstick humor since Laurel & Hardy :D ... so i like him, but you really have to search hard for all his iconic moments
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Rowan Atkinson reminds me a lot of Peter Sellers. I despised his Clouseau character, but I thought that everything else he did was brilliant. Similarly, I hate Mr. Bean, but love Atkinson's other stuff. I think if you were a fan of Mr. Bean you would likely enjoy Man vs Bee.
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Really REALLY like nonsense and British humor and weird humor and dry/deadpan humor - nothing helped here, dropped it

... mostly more annoying than funny, besides some really good rare seconds
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graybags said:
I'm old, I can remember when Rowan Atkinson was actually funny.

Not the Nine O'Clock News, The Secret Policeman's Ball and the fantastic Blackadder.


I loved Black Adder, it was pretty much a downhill run for him since then imo.
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I'm old, I can remember when Rowan Atkinson was actually funny.

Not the Nine O'Clock News, The Secret Policeman's Ball and the fantastic Blackadder.
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Some of the bits fell flat but the brilliant bits made up for it.
Especially the times he double-crosses the bee
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I thought some of it was funny, but I'm no Mr Bean fan, and I felt it slipped into that sometimes.

Glad the episodes were very short, any longer and I would have switched off.
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Good review in the Guardian for this but the comments ain't flash
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TeaAndApathy said:
Psst...
Has anyone else noticed that Ring-Tailed Lemurs look like Rowan Atkinson?

I'm looking foward to this. Thanks for turning me onto it!

Can't say that I have. :D :D

You're welcome. Initial user ratings look very promising!