To answer the same whiny questions being asked: The title has Mr Bean in it because that’s what the vast majority of this planet knows him as. Sure, it isn’t the best comedy he’s done, playing Edmund Blackadder is by far my favourite character he’s played too, but wordless slapstick comedy travels much further than anything else he’s done, no matter how good it was, so that’s easily what most people know him for. Bean. Get over it. When these shows were made in the 80’s and 90’s, for UK audiences, he did the religious comedy that was focussed around the main religion in the UK, Christianity, and partly the distant second most popular religion, Judaism, so you won’t find him doing jokes about Islam for the same reason you won’t find him doing jokes about Sikhism, Hinduism or Buddhism, the vast majority of his audience wouldn’t understand the jokes about them. your whining about lack of comedy aimed at Islam because he was scared to, is unjustified, all you’re doing is conceding that you personally think he should have mocked Islam no matter who got killed for it, or that you wish we still lived in a time when mocking Christianity resulted in the same thing. You’ve not made a valid judgement of him, just exposed a damming judgement of yourself. What you should probably do instead, much like the Bean hating Blackadder fans, is get over it.?
Indeed priceless, it just shows us again and again that Rowan Atkinson is so much more than mr. bean. Rowan Atkinson is a truly gifted, intelligent and inventive comedian (as we could also see in blackadder).?
What I love about Rowan Atkinson is that he doesn't show any emotion other than the act he's playing, and his facial expression when he's 'serious' is that of an expression saying, ''who the hell do you think I am''?