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    Mr. Brown vs. Mr. Bean

    Liberal Democrat Treasury spokesman Vince Cable said: "When I referred to the Prime Minister as Mr Bean it was done half in jest.

    "But this image of Mr Bean now seems all too real."

    Mary Jordan, of the Washington Post, said: "It's the invisible trip. He will come and he will go. People do not know who he is.
    Hi. What is the link between Mr. Brown and Mr. Bean? I learned Mr Bean is a British Comedian.


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    Re: Mr. Brown vs. Mr. Bean

    There is no connection between Mr Bean and Mr Brown.

    "Mr Bean" is a comic character, acted by Rowan Atkinson. He is always getting into difficult situations because he is clumsy and rather childish.

    Mr Brown is not very well known in the US, and his current visit there is unkindly being compared to Mr Bean's visit to America.


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    Re: Mr. Brown vs. Mr. Bean

    Hi Anglika, thank you for your answer. Mr. Bean is a popular figure in China too. As I knew many young Chinese like him very much. But I just watched the episode of this a bit. The performance of the actor is quite impressive.

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