Örök inspiráció: Mr. Bean, akit nem gyakran hallunk beszélni, de ha Ő egyszer kinyitja a száját, akkor már szakértőként szólal meg. Hallgassuk meg, műértőként mit mond a következő, roppant értékes festményről egy rangos eseményen és közben töltsük ki beszéde hiányzó elemeit. Have fun! :)
"Dr. Bean, great English arts scholar is here to speak for a few minutes (not too long, Doctor!) on the subject of our new purchase. Ladies and Gentlemen, Dr. Bean of the National Gallery London."
"Mmmm. Ah, ah. Well. Hello, I'm Dr. Bean. __________(1). And and my job is to sit and look at paintings. So, er...what have I __________(2) that I can say about this painting? Uhm. Well...well, firstly, it's quite big, which is excellent. Because if it __________(3) really small, you know, microscopic, then __________(4) anybody would be able to see it. Which would be a tremendous __________(5). Uhm...Secondly, and I'm getting quite near the end now of this... analysis... of this painting...secondly, why was it __________(6) this man here spending fifty million of your American dollars on this portrait? And the answer is, er.. well...this picture is worth __________(7) a lot of money because... it's a ... picture ... of Whistler's ... mother. And as I've learnt by staying with my best friend David Langley and his family, families are very important. And even __________(8) Mr. Whistler was perfectly __________(9) that his mother was a hideous old bat who looked like she'd had a cactus lodged up her __________(10), he stuck with her, and even took the time to paint this amazing picture of her. It's not just a painting. It's a picture of a mad old __________(11) who he thought the world of. And that's __________(12)... Well, that's what I think."