The chairman in Bean says

I employed this splendid young man when I did YOUR job, Charles, and I'll resign if you go near him. He's a fine young fellow.

Do you think the movie makers left this loose end intentionally, giving them better scope of stories for any next movies. Or is there anything the makers already left in the movie for our interpretation?

Or is the movie just brainless comedy for fun? Of Course it is, but I wonder if I missed any clue, if there is such.

  • "I had to put up with him, so now you have to." – OrangeDog Mar 22 '17 at 13:24

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