After getting his hand stuck inside a teapot, Mr Bean has to take a trip to the hospital. He parks directly behind an ambulance blocking its rear doors. Now inside the hospital Bean discovers that it has a numerical queueing system. He is shocked to discover that his number is seventy-six but the digital counter only shows twenty-two. Mr Bean furiously tries every trick in the book to obtain a lower number. His efforts, despite being very inventive, are ultimately foiled.
Mr Bean visits Windsor castle and takes many photographs, including one of the inside of a dustbin. He then tries to get a photograph of himself with the Queen's guard by balancing the camera on a sundial. He decorates the guard with all sorts of paraphernalia, even hanging his Teddy on the guard's bayonet. The charge is called and the guard walks away just before Mr Bean can take a photo.
It's Mr Bean's bed time (and also Teddy's!) After turning the light out by using his own unique technique (shooting the lightbulb with a pistol) he finds that he cannot get to sleep. After chasing away some noisy cats, he decides to cure his insomnia by watching a televised chess match. When this fails, he takes out a photograph of some sheep which he counts with the aid of a pocket calculator. Looking at the number on the calculator display, he promptly falls to sleep.
[Mr Bean at the hospital reception]:
Receptionist: Name please.
[Mr Bean looking at himself in the mirror before going to bed]:
The pistol firing scene was cut out on some children's channels, due to its violent nature.
Bean tries to get to sleep by counting sheep on a poster. After a few miscounts he decides to count them by multiplying the number of rows of sheep with the number of columns. On his calculator he types 27 x 15 which equals 405. It is obvious though, that there are far fewer sheep - in fact there are only 43.