Mr. Bean Goes to Town is the fourth episode of the British television series Mr. Bean, produced by Tiger Television for Thames Television. It was first broadcast on ITV on 15 October 1991 and was watched by 14.42 million viewers during its original transmission.

Mr. Bean has just bought a portable television and brings it upstairs to his bedroom. Upon unpacking the television and setting it up on a stand, Bean plugs it into a socket and wonders why it is not coming on, only to realize he forgot to connect the plug to the TV's power cable. Upon doing so by screwing the cable into the plug, plugging in the aerial and turning on the TV, he discovers he gets no reception regardless of where he moves the aerial to. When he puts the aerial on the floor and sits on a chair in a particular spot, the TV suddenly gets reception, but only if the TV is not facing him. He tries bending over to see the screen, but loses reception when he turns his head to face the screen. No matter what he does, he cannot get reception with the screen in his line of sight. Ingeniously, he decides to take off all his clothes and assemble them on the chair to resemble himself, and this eventually works when he includes his underwear in the assembly (using the TV's cardboard box to cover himself). Unfortunately, just as Bean sits down to watch the TV, the electricity meter runs out and cuts off the power, much to his annoyance.