Affiche Mister Rogers' Neighborhood
  • 31 saisons
  • 907 épisodes
  • Début :
    1968
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Fred Rogers hosts this children's television program that teaches children the important issues of life, such as being friendly, sharing, etc. Also features an imaginary world with puppets living in a medieval-type kingdom.

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S01E01 Change (1) 19/02/1968 Rogers accepts an invitation from Mrs. Russellite to see her collection of lampshades at her home. Lady Elaine Fairchilde tries to bring change to the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, forcing a fearful King Friday XIII to impose new rules and restrictions.
S01E02 Change (2) 20/02/1968 Rogers shows that a burlap bag can be many things when left to one's imagination. Betty Aberlin suggests wearing it as a cape. Sure enough, in the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Lady Aberlin will wear the cape as a border guard. King Friday XIII is taking no chances should an invasion occur.
S01E03 Change (3) 21/02/1968 Cornflake S. Pecially will not visit the Castle due to the border guards. King Friday XXII, ever mindful of security precautions, has ordered that a cake delivered to the Castle be cut up.
S01E04 Change (4) 22/02/1968 Rogers brings a playpen and a puppy to the television house. Later in the program, Mrs. Carol Saunders makes her first visit, bringing three boys who sing songs. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, King Friday XIII is still bent on protecting his province. He has ordered Handyman Negri to install punch clocks at both ends of the Neighborhood–from the Eiffel Tower to Daniel's clock.
S01E05 Change (5) 23/02/1968 Rogers plays with helium balloons, which Betty Aberlin takes to the Neighborhood of Make-Believe. She floats the balloons, tagged with a peace message, over the Castle. Only by reading the note does King Friday cease his efforts to stop change.
S01E06 Show 6 26/02/1968 Rogers establishes a pattern when he enters the television house. He wears a lab coat, rather than a sweater, for a true scientific endeavor. On this program, he compares a turtle, a conch shell, an armadillo, and a suit of armor. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe a different scientist, Bud Alder, shows the difference between oil-based and water-based paints. He shares his wisdom with X the Owl, who offers to teach Lady Elaine the names of birds.
S01E07 Show 7 27/02/1968 Rogers takes care of a canary. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Lady Elaine learns that practice is needed to learn anything.
S01E08 Show 8 28/02/1968 Miss Majorette of America, Lynda Martha, is one of the honored guests for the Neighborhood of Make-Believe peace party. Lady Elaine Fairchilde dresses as a dove of peace.
S01E09 Show 9 29/02/1968 Rogers plays audio tapes of his puppet characters so that viewers can try to guess who they are.
S01E10 Show 10 01/03/1968 Rogers demonstrates binoculars. Lady Aberlin dresses as a snowgoose for the Neighborhood of Make-Believe.
S01E11 Show 11 04/03/1968 Henrietta believes that X is always spending time with Lady Elaine. To alleviate that, X invites Henrietta to do bird watching.
S01E12 Show 12 05/03/1968 Jewell Walker mimes a baseball game before he goes to the Neighborhood of Make-Believe to teach arithmetic to X the Owl.
S01E13 Show 13 06/03/1968 Lady Elaine Fairchilde has taken King Friday's painting of the Bluebird of Happiness without asking first.
S01E14 Show 14 07/03/1968 Mr. Rogers draws a song (i.e., improvises on paper how the music makes him feel. The Neighborhood of Make-Believe welcomes Professor Joseph Fitzpatrick, who discusses Pointilliste painter Seurat.
S01E15 Show 15 08/03/1968 Mr. Rogers puts a bandage on his finger, proving that his finger is still under the bandage. Vivian Richman stops by for folk songs that tell about feelings.
S01E16 Welcome Donkey Hodie (1) 11/03/1968 A sculptor visits the Neighborhood of Make-Believe. Lady Aberlin knits a sweater for Henrietta Pussycat and promises to knit one for X the Owl.
S01E17 Welcome Donkey Hodie (2) 12/03/1968 Rogers brings a Sicilian donkey to his television house. The Neighborhood of Make-Believe welcomes Donkey Hodie. Henrietta Pussycat learns that Donkey Hodie uses teeth only to eat his food.
S01E18 Welcome Donkey Hodie (3) 13/03/1968 Rogers talks of his boyhood days of not practicing a clarinet (something we would hear again in ""Discipline"" week). At the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Donkey Hodie is staying in X's tree until he finds a place to live.
S01E19 Welcome Donkey Hodie (4) 14/03/1968 Donkey Hodie decides the best place to build a windmill would be in the hills behind the Castle. King Friday objects.
S01E20 Welcome Donkey Hodie (5) 15/03/1968 Mr. Rogers shows a model windmill to help explain how windmills work. The Neighborhood of Make-Believe decides they have to prove to King Friday XIII that Donkey Hodie does not bite people. That should help Donkey Hodie build the windmill behind the Castle.
S01E21 Show 21 18/03/1968 Chef Brockett is ready for Donkey Hodie to break ground for the windmill at the Neighborhood of Make-Believe. To this end, Brockett brings a snowman made from dough.
S01E22 Show 22 19/03/1968 Rogers discusses the White House and the President of the United States.
S01E23 Show 23 20/03/1968 Rogers discusses eye glasses by showing several pairs of glasses, and then by using a simple hand puppet. Henrietta Pussycat receives glasses, making X the Owl wish he had a pair.
S01E24 Show 24 21/03/1968 Rogers has an eye examination. King Friday XIII orders that Donkey Hodie's windmill be built someplace else.
S01E25 Show 25 22/03/1968 Lady Aberlin, X the Owl and Henrietta Pussycat bring housewarming gifts for Donkey Hodie at Someplace Else.
S01E26 Show 26 25/03/1968 Rogers changes the diapers on a doll in a discussion on growing. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Nurse Miller assures Tadpole Frogg he is growing at just the right pace.
S01E27 Show 27 26/03/1968 Rogers assembles a toy bed and pretends that a doll is going to sleep in it. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Lady Elaine wants Edgar Cooke's pillow.
S01E28 Show 28 27/03/1968 Edgar Cooke expresses his feelings about having locked a pillow in a safe. Lady Elaine Fairchilde finds her special toy: a boomerang. Little do the others know what mischief that boomerang will cause over the years.
S01E29 Show 29 28/03/1968 Rogers demonstrates a loom and sees Nantucket weavers operating looms.
S01E30 Show 30 29/03/1968 After showing the violin and viola, Rogers invites Michael Grebanier to play his cello. The Neighborhood of Make-Believe begins to feel the effects of Lady Elaine's new boomerang trick: turning things upside down.
S01E31 Red Monster (1) 01/04/1968 Rogers discusses wild animals. Mr. McFeely brings a Mexican parakeet.
S01E32 Red Monster (2) 02/04/1968 Rogers wears masks to prove he doesn't change when he puts one on. The Neighborhood of Make-Believe is trying to trace what is believed to be a red monster.
S01E33 Red Monster (3) 03/04/1968 Rogers gives oranges to members of a ballet company that will perform ""The Sad Monster Ballet.""
S01E34 Red Monster (4) 04/04/1968 Rogers plays music by blowing across bottles of water. Mr. McDonald visits to play a section of Die Miestersinger. The Neighborhood of Make-Believe summons Digger Digorum to search for the red monster.
S01E35 Red Monster (5) 05/04/1968 Rogers and Chef Brockett create tunnels using what they have around them. The Neighborhood of Make-Believe concludes that there are no red monsters in the tunnels.
S01E36 Show 36 08/04/1968 Digger Digorum leaves the Neighborhood of Make-Believe bearing gifts. Everyone is pleased there are no red monsters.
S01E37 Show 37 09/04/1968 Outside Rogers' television house, Peggy Lipschutz draws with chalk during Vivian Richman's song.
S01E38 Show 38 10/04/1968 Rogers enters with handlebars for an exercise machine, and demonstrates exercises. The Neighborhood of Make-Believe welcomes Sara Saturday, the lady who had been frightened a week earlier by the monster.
S01E39 Show 39 11/04/1968 The Neighborhood of Make-Believe is going to hold a reception for Sara Saturday. Handyman Negri goes to a men's fashion show at the Museum-Go-Round to find the perfect outfit.
S01E40 Show 40 12/04/1968 The Neighborhood of Make-Believe holds a reception for Sara Saturday.
S01E41 Show 41 15/04/1968 It's raining in the Neighborhood of Make-Believe. Corny, X the Owl, and Henrietta Pussycat have different reactions to the rain.
S01E42 Show 42 16/04/1968 Lady Aberlin gives X the Owl the scarf she promised him. X gives her a walnut, and she takes it to the new trading tower Grand-père has established.
S01E43 Show 43 17/04/1968 John Reardon makes his first appearance. King Friday XIII asks him to make an opera, and Reardon gets started right away.
S01E44 Show 44 18/04/1968 Reardon holds auditions for tomorrow's opera. Mrs. Frogg provides the costumes. Because Sara Saturday has to babysit tomorrow, Henrietta decides to be a babysitter in the opera. The other parts are assigned.
S01E45 Show 45 19/04/1968 It's opera time in the Neighborhood of Make-Believe. Lady Aberlin hires a baby-sitter (Henrietta Pussycat) to look after her son (Donkey Hodie).
S01E46 Show 46 22/04/1968 Rogers gets his haircut and discusses with the barber how haircuts don't hurt. The barber shows up in the Neighborhood of Make-Believe to cut Corny's hair.
S01E47 Show 47 23/04/1968 Marion and Nicholas Petrov visit the Neighborhood of Make-Believe dressed as X the Owl and Henrietta Pussycat. They dance in costumes and in leotards.
S01E48 Show 48 24/04/1968 Chef Brockett is in an apple-giving mood in the Neighborhood of Make-Believe. He gives apples, applesauce and apple juice.
S01E49 Show 49 25/04/1968 Rogers uses drinking straws to blow soap bubbles. Mrs. Rubin shows paintings done with straws. Paul Draper tap dances in the Neighborhood of Make-Believe.
S01E50 Show 50 26/04/1968 Mr. McFeely brings over a battery operated steam shovel. At the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Dr. Marchl enjoys Grand-père's machine, which responds to French words. Marchl then talks with Henrietta and X about the way boys and girls do things differently.
S01E51 Show 51 29/04/1968 Mime Walker pantomimes The Three Bears as Grand-père tells the story. Later in the program, Rogers gets to see a trained bear.
S01E52 Show 52 30/04/1968 Katie Lewin tells Rogers how puzzles are made. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Handyman Negri and Daniel Striped Tiger organize a play retitled Benjamin Franklin and the Three Bears at X's request.
S01E53 Show 53 01/05/1968 Rogers discusses Benjamin Franklin, wearing glasses and wig, then reading about Franklin as a boy. The Neighborhood of Make-Believe expands their play into Goldilocks, Benjamin Franklin, and the Three Bears.
S01E54 Show 54 02/05/1968 Scientist Alder demonstrates how heat causes objects to change. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, X the Owl prints signs advertising the upcoming play. King Friday calls for a part and that its title should be King Friday, Goldilocks, Benjamin Franklin and the Three Bears.
S01E55 Show 55 03/05/1968 The Neighborhood of Make-Believe stages King Friday, Goldilocks, Benjamin Franklin and the Three Bears.
S01E56 Show 56 06/05/1968 Rogers brings a basket of vegetables. Chef Brockett presents cooked vegetables, first to Rogers and then to the Neighborhood of Make-Believe.
S01E57 Show 57 07/05/1968 Rogers discusses rabbits. A familiar face visits the Neighborhood of Make-Believe to cheer up Henrietta Pussycat.
S01E58 Show 58 08/05/1968 Rogers talks about the arrival of a new baby. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Corny is too busy to spend a lot of time with Joey Hollingsworth. King Friday is unwilling to give too much time either.
S01E59 Show 59 09/05/1968 Rogers demonstrates a hacksaw, hammer, and screwdriver. Handyman Negri fixes Rogers' sink, but not his toilet. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Tadpole Frogg expresses his sadness for thinking he had broken a fountain.
S01E60 Show 60 10/05/1968 Rogers demonstrates a clown marionette. A dance recital is scheduled at the Neighborhood of Make-Believe. King Friday XIII tries to blunt the dance rehearsal by forbidding applause and moving the start time forward. He's trying to woo Sara Saturday.
S01E61 Show 61 13/05/1968 Rogers makes mud pies and builds a dam. Professor Fitzpatrick illustrates a calm sea and a rough sea. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Corny and Joey Hollingsworth dig a well. Hollingsworth is then assigned to sell rockers.
S01E62 Show 62 14/05/1968 Now pipes carry water to Corny's factory. As a gesture of kindness, Corny sends King Friday XIII a goblet and a tin cup, each filled with water.
S01E63 Show 63 15/05/1968 Rogers warms some wiener buns in his oven so that Chef Brockett and Mr. McFeely can enjoy. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, all the attention is on the fire that burns down Corny's factory.
S01E64 Show 64 16/05/1968 Rogers shows a film on firemen. He then puts on the full fireman's outfit. The Neighborhood of Make-Believe gets right to work, rebuilding the factory. Handyman Negri consoles Corny and Lady Elaine along the way.
S01E65 Show 65 17/05/1968 Lady Aberlin, Handyman Negri, and X the Owl rebuild Corny's factory. Everyone donates something, including (eventually) King Friday XIII.
S01E66 Show 66 20/05/1968 Rogers dictates all toys do what you want them to do. His son John makes his first appearance on the show to play with model antique cars. At the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, the newly-rebuilt factory offers to help Mime Walker in his go-cart play-act.
S01E67 Show 67 21/05/1968 King Friday is ready to dedicate the new factory, but Lady Elaine senses he is afraid of elevators. This leads to a surprise at the dedication.
S01E68 Show 68 22/05/1968 Rogers attends a dance class where kids dance to the music of a sound synthesizer.
S01E69 Show 69 23/05/1968 A lonely Donkey Hodie wants visitors at Someplace Else.
S01E70 Show 70 24/05/1968 Neighbors travel from the Neighborhood of Make-Believe to Someplace Else so that Donkey Hodie will have visitors all day long.
S01E71 Show 71 27/05/1968 Rogers brushes his teeth in the kitchen sink. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Mr. McFeely brings Donkey Hodie some mouthwash. Sara Saturday returns to the Castle for a dance recital.
S01E72 Show 72 28/05/1968 King Friday XIII and Handyman Negri take up a campaign against littering.
S01E73 Show 73 29/05/1968 Lady Elaine is derided for throwing litter around as a protest. All she wanted was one of Chef Brockett's cookies.
S01E74 Show 74 30/05/1968 Major Smith gives King Friday XIII a citation for the Neighborhood of Make-Believe clean-up campaign.
S01E75 Show 75 31/05/1968 Lady Aberlin dresses up as X the Owl to welcome Miss Emille, who had been ill for some time.
S01E76 Show 76 03/06/1968 Dr. Marchl gets opinions from Corny, Mrs. Frogg, and Lady Aberlin. She is trying to cheer up King Friday XIII, who misses Sara Saturday.
S01E77 Show 77 04/06/1968 Lady Aberlin enlists several teenagers to try and entertain a dour King Friday XIII.
S01E78 Show 78 05/06/1968 Handyman Negri is making a list for King Friday. At the king's instructions, Negri writes ""Sara Saturday"" on the S page and agrees to call her within a day.
S01E79 Show 79 06/06/1968 King Friday XIII gets advice on how to contact Sara Saturday. Once reached, Sara invites the King to visit her at her home.
S01E80 Show 80 07/06/1968 For a while, King Friday has been reluctant to see Sara Saturday outside the Neighborhood of Make-Believe. Now he comes to a decision.
S01E81 Show 81 10/06/1968 John Reardon visits the Neighborhoof of Make-Believe, pretending to be a mailman. He sends a note that King Friday XIII and Edgar Cooke are staying with Sara Saturday a few extra days. Lady Elaine, meanwhile, wants to set up a campsite at the Castle garden.
S01E82 Show 82 11/06/1968 Hugh Wright sets up a tent outside Rogers' television house and again in the Neighborhood of Make-Believe. Lady Elaine is using the tents as the centerpiece for her upcoming opera.
S01E83 Show 83 12/06/1968 Lady Elaine is developing her opera. Reardon has no idea what kind of an opera she will make with camping equipment. Nevertheless, he gets a covered wagon at Lady Elaine's behest.
S01E84 Show 84 13/06/1968 The second opera of the season has Lady Elaine as a campsite owner who is not pleased with some of the guests.
S01E85 Show 85 14/06/1968 Rogers brings a kitten to his television house. He and Miss Emile reflect on one of Vija Vetra's dances.
S01E86 Show 86 17/06/1968 Lady Elaine refuses to remove the tents from the Castle garden. Handyman Negri thinks he can scare her away by dressing as a great crested grebe.
S01E87 Show 87 18/06/1968 Mr. McFeely delivers two catfish for Rogers to put in his new aquarium. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Lady Aberlin tries to get the tents removed from the Castle garden.
S01E88 Show 88 19/06/1968 Mr. McFeely brings two piglets to Rogers' television house. A visitor to the Neighborhood of Make-Believe coaxes Lady Elaine to move her tents to Someplace Else.
S01E89 Show 89 20/06/1968 King Friday XIII returns to the Neighborhood of Make-Believe bearing gifts.
S01E90 Show 90 21/06/1968 King Friday XIII announces that he will have a good surprise for the neighbors next week.
S01E91 Show 91 24/06/1968 Rogers completes a wood frame. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Handyman Negri is building a new Castle balcony for King Friday.
S01E92 Show 92 25/06/1968 Rogers and Mr. McFeely take care of two ducks on the porch before seeing the Vagabond Marionettes' production of Rumpelstiltskin.
S01E93 Show 93 26/06/1968 A special guest is supposed to enter the Neighborhood of Make-Believe. Lady Aberlin takes Lady Elaine's boomerang-toomerang-zoomerang. But the guest's identity remains a secret, and in her frustration Lady Aberlin accidentally turns the king upside down.
S01E94 Show 94 27/06/1968 Lady Aberlin pantomimes the growth of a plant at Rogers' television house. She presents a flower arrangement for Sara Saturday, the special guest.
S01E95 Show 95 28/06/1968 King Friday XIII prepares a room in the Castle for Sara Saturday.
S01E96 Show 96 01/07/1968 Mr. McFeely shows Rogers how to blow bubbles with liquid detergent. McFeely gives out liquid detergent samples to the Neighborhood of Make-Believe. Daniel thinks that King Friday and Sara Saturday will marry.
S01E97 Show 97 02/07/1968 Rogers tries on different shoes. Handyman Negri sees that communication with the Neighborhood of Make-Believe is intact. Later in the program, a dance teacher and her students perform a few steps.
S01E98 Show 98 03/07/1968 Mr. Farnum and his daughter Cindy Farnum are lapidaries. They discuss stones and how they are cut and polished for jewelry. Then Mr. Anybody makes his first visit. He decides he'll be a stonesmith today. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Mr. Anybody gives stones to several neighbors. King Friday selects a stone for mounting on rings.
S01E99 Show 99 04/07/1968 It's Scottish day at the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, and a guest plays the bagpipes at the Castle.
S01E100 Show 100 05/07/1968 Rogers shows different scales: one to weigh groceries and one to weigh humans. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Nurse Miller gives physiclas to the neighbors. Lady Elaine refuses to cooperate, turning King Friday XIII upside-down.
S01E101 Show 101 08/07/1968 Rogers demonstrates several different whistles. Mr. Anybody plays a whistler in the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, giving a whistle to the Trolley.
S01E102 Show 102 09/07/1968 Rogers pretends to give aid to a sick person. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Nurse Miller gives a shot to a sick Tadpole Frogg.
S01E103 Show 103 10/07/1968 Rogers talks of playing with toys and reads the poem The Land of Counterpane by Robert Louis Stevenson. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Tadpole Frogg and Lady Aberlin pretend to roller skate. After skating, Lady Aberlin finds that King Friday and Sara Saturday are in the R Room of the Castle.
S01E104 Show 104 11/07/1968 Rogers makes drums fromof tin cans and listens to a real drummer. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Mr. Anybody anchors a neighborhood orchestra.
S01E105 Show 105 12/07/1968 Rogers demonstrates the xylophone. John Costa, on the accordion, joins Rogers on several song duets. The Neighborhood of Make-Believe orchestra holds a concert for King Friday XIII and Sara Saturday.
S01E106 Show 106 15/07/1968 Rogers discusses fairy tales. After reading Little Red Riding Hood, he explains parkas, or ""hoods."" Mr. McFeely shows the a parka his children sent him for his upcoming birthday. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Lady Aberlin and Daniel play peek-a-boo, which involves some other neighbors. As a kind act, Lady Aberlin gives hoods to several neighbors.
S01E107 Show 107 16/07/1968 Rogers is weaving a basket for Mr. McFeely's birthday. At the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Bernie Jessol, Lowell Meek, and Akeba Blazia perform gymnastics at the Castle.
S01E108 Show 108 17/07/1968 Rogers brings a mother and baby turtle. Miss Emilie shares a book about animals. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Miss Emile shares with Corny and Henrietta what gifts they will give for Mr. McFeely's birthday.
S01E109 Show 109 18/07/1968 Jan Zandhuis presents to Rogers a small glass bicycle he has made for Mr. McFeely's birthday. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Daniel Tiger has a gift for Mr. McFeely, but he breaks it.
S01E110 Show 110 19/07/1968 Rogers' television house is the site of Mr. McFeely's birthday party. Even King Friday and Sara Saturday have offered a gift.
S01E111 Show 111 22/07/1968 Rogers discusses how a piano works and shows a film on how people make pianos. Van Cliburn plays piano at the Neighborhood of Make-Believe.
S01E112 Show 112 23/07/1968 Rogers says you can express your anger on the drums. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Dr. Marchl tells Lady Elaine Fairchilde the difference between reality and dreams.
S01E113 Show 113 24/07/1968 Nighttime in the Neighborhood of Make-Believe sees Lady Elaine having trouble sleeping (again).
S01E114 Show 114 25/07/1968 Lady Elaine wants to turn the King upside-down with her Boomerang-Toomerang-Soomerang, but it backfires. The whole Neighborhood of Make-Believe is upside-down.
S01E115 Show 115 26/07/1968 Rogers pretends to ride a camel through the sand. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Donkey Hodie is bothered by sand blowing from Lady Elaine's sandbox.
S01E116 Show 116 29/07/1968 Lady Aberlin and Handyman Negri don a horse costume in which they dance for King Friday and Sara Saturday.
S01E117 Show 117 30/07/1968 Rogers uses a foot measurer from a shoe store. The Neighborhood of Make-Believe begins preparations for a fair.
S01E118 Show 118 31/07/1968 Rogers displays an assortment of Native American clothing. He witnesses Native American dancers as well. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Lady Elaine Fairchilde wants to be a cowgirl for the fair. Both King Friday and Daniel Tiger demonstrate activities at their booths.
S01E119 Show 119 01/08/1968 Officer Clemmons arrives to show what badges represent. Hee then issues a permit for the Neighborhood of Make-Believe street fair.
S01E120 Show 120 02/08/1968 It's raining in the neighborhood, so Rogers shows his umbrella. The Neighborhood of Make-Believe appears sad because the rain there is threatening to spoil the fair.
S01E121 Show 121 05/08/1968 Rogers, Chef Brockett, and Mr. McFeely decorate doughnuts. Joey Hollingsworth returns to the Neighborhood of Make-Believe. He shares with Chef Brockett a magic recipe for peanut butter cookies.
S01E122 Show 122 06/08/1968 Rogers shows how to use a pair of flippers and an inner tube. A scuba diver discusses equipment she uses. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Joey Hollingsworth and Daniel Tiger sail a boat (Daniel's present from Joey) in the Froggs' pond.
S01E123 Show 123 07/08/1968 Rogers brings light bulbs. Scientist Alder has flashlights and the batteries that make them work. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, X anticipates his gift from Joey Hollingsworth.
S01E124 Show 124 08/08/1968 Rogers talks about all sorts of sports that are played with a ball. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Joey Hollingsworth performs a dance with a magic ball.
S01E125 Show 125 09/08/1968 Rogers sets up a punching bag, explaining how some people punch a bag when they are angry. He says that rules must be followed in boxing. The Neighborhood of Make-Believe has a surprise for Joey Hollingsworth.
S01E126 Show 126 12/08/1968 Rogers discusses the rooster and hen. Later he makes a chicken marionette.
S01E127 Show 127 13/08/1968 Lady Aberlin draws portraits of Corny and Daniel for a book. This book is for Sara Saturday, who is going away for a while.
S01E128 Show 128 14/08/1968 Rogers explains the meaning of the word ""disappear,"" which isn't always literal. The Neighborhood of Make-Believe bids goodbye to Sara Saturday, but she and King Friday declare that she will return.
S01E129 Show 129 15/08/1968 Robert Troll makes his first visit to the Neighborhood of Make-Believe. He wants to see Sara Saturday in Westwood, but must wait a day for Westwood's wise women.
S01E130 Show 130 16/08/1968 Robert Troll is still appreciative. Fortunately he meets Gloria Onque, one of Sara Saturday's wise women, Gloria is about to meet with King Friday XIII.
S02E01 The Froggs are Moving (1) 10/02/1969 Mrs. Frogg receives a telegram that says Westwood has offered her a position at their zoo. But the Frogg family must get permission from King Friday XIII to leave, since there will be no one to run the Museum-Go-Round.
S02E02 The Froggs are Moving (2) 11/02/1969 King Friday XIII needs to find another curator for the Museum-Go-Round. The Frogg family cannot leave until Lady Aberlin and others can fill that post. In the meantime, King Friday has a portrait of himself to give the Frogg family. Handyman Negri arrives at Rogers' house to collect a frame for the picture.
S02E03 The Froggs are Moving (3) 12/02/1969 Rogers discusses antiques and uses a vacuum cleaner. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Lady Elaine applies for the position of Museum-Go-Round curator. Since she knows everything in the Museum, she is awarded the job. Thus the Frogg family can move to Westwood.
S02E04 Show 1004 13/02/1969 The Frogg family moves to Westwood. Tadpole Frogg expresses his feelings about the move. One character pleased with the move is Lady Elaine Fairchilde, the Museum-Go-Round's new curator.
S02E05 Show 1005 14/02/1969 Rogers brings ducklings to his house. For their benefit, he fills a wading pool and both he and François Clemmons feed the ducklings. In the Neighborhood if Make-Believe, Lady Aberlin and Lady Elaine discuss the difference between being alive and being a model. Robert Troll tells King Friday XIII that Sara Saturday will soon be arriving from Westwood.
S02E06 Sara Moves In (1) 17/02/1969 Rogers welcomes a trumpet player to his television house. Sara Saturday moves at the Neighborhood of Make-Believe.
S02E07 Sara Moves In (2) 18/02/1969 Rogers paints the porch swing yellow. The Neighborhood of Make-Believe Castle is closed so King Friday XIII can have important meetings.
S02E08 Sara Moves In (3) 19/02/1969 The Neighborhood of Make-Believe is in the midst of change: X the Owl turns the Z on his knothole door to an X; Lady Elaine Fairchilde paints the pillars of her Museum-Go-Round. But the biggest change of all is the news that Sara Saturday will marry King Friday.
S02E09 Sara Moves In (4) 20/02/1969 King Friday XIII and Queen Sara give interviews on their upcoming wedding.
S02E10 Sara Moves In (5) 21/02/1969 The Castle holds a fashion show of wedding garments.
S02E11 The Royal Wedding (1) 24/02/1969 Robert Troll measures the many wedding gifts pouring into the Castle.
S02E12 The Royal Wedding (2) 25/02/1969 Rogers brings mittens and gloves in a briefcase. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, King Friday XIII orders that any guests to the royal wedding must take a bath and wear purple gloves.
S02E13 The Royal Wedding (3) 26/02/1969 The Neighborhood of Make-Believe stages a variety show, which includes The Purple Glove Ballet.
S02E14 The Royal Wedding (4) 27/02/1969 Lady Elaine Fairchilde gives her present for the Royal Wedding: she spruces up the Castle.
S02E15 The Royal Wedding (5) 28/02/1969 Rogers, Miss Emile, and Chef Brockett carry out their plans for the Royal Wedding. What nobody knows until late is that King Friday XIII wants the wedding to take place in the redesigned Castle garden.
S02E16 Welcome the Platypus Family (1) 03/03/1969 While the King and Queen are away, Robert Troll welcomes his old friend, Dr. Bill Platypus, to the Neighborhood of Make-Believe.
S02E17 Welcome the Platypus Family (2) 04/03/1969 Dr. and Mrs. Platypus move into the Neighborhood of Make-Believe. X and Henrietta do what they can to accommodate the newcomers.
S02E18 Welcome the Platypus Family (3) 05/03/1969 Rogers shows the insides of a buckeye. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Officer Clemmons helps the Platypus family settle temporarily in X's tree.
S02E19 Welcome the Platypus Family (4) 06/03/1969 The Platypus family must wait for Digger Digorum to return before they can dig a platypus home.
S02E20 Welcome the Platypus Family (5) 07/03/1969 Rogers brings shovels, one of which he uses to put down fertilizer. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Henrietta has sewn curtains with a duckbill pattern. These go to the site for the new Platypus mound. Later in the program, Rogers shares his homemade recipe for popsicles.
S02E21 Magic Kite (1) 10/03/1969 While digging the Platypus family's home, Digger Digorum and Handyman Negri discover a box containing a magic kite.
S02E22 Magic Kite (2) 11/03/1969 A magician performs tricks at Rogers' television house. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, the magic kite gives advice to everyone, including Digger Digorum.
S02E23 Magic Kite (3) 12/03/1969 Officer Clemmons pretends to be the voice of the magic kite. This convinces first Daniel and then X and Nurse Miller that the kite can talk and sing.
S02E24 Magic Kite (4) 13/03/1969 X the Owl wants the magic kite to add. Joey Hollingsworth returns just as Corny makes a rocking chair for kites.
S02E25 Magic Kite (5) 14/03/1969 Joey Hollingsworth returns with news that King Friday and Queen Sara will return the following Friday. He gives to Corny the orders for chairs that must be filled by that time.
S02E26 Show 1026 17/03/1969 Mr. McFeely brings Lightning, a small horse, first to Rogers' television house and then to the Neighborhood of Make-Believe. He hears Donkey Hodie has broken his arm, but it is actually an arm of the windmill that has been broken.
S02E27 Show 1027 18/03/1969 Rogers plays a Xylophone and visits percussionist Jean Wilmouth. Those in the Neighborhood of Make-Believe are sad because the King and Queen are still on their honeymoon.
S02E28 Show 1028 19/03/1969 Edgar Cooke and Joey Hollingsworth, along with Lady Elaine, plan to decorate the Neighborhood of Make-Believe for the Royal family's return.
S02E29 Show 1029 20/03/1969 Joey Hollingsworth is dressed up as King Friday as part of the ceremony to welcome back the Royal couple. Lady Elaine instructs Lady Aberlin to dress as Queen Sara. This causes mass confusion and more disguses.
S02E30 Show 1030 21/03/1969 King Friday XIII and Queen Sara return to the Neighborhood of Make-Believe to find the disguised Joey Hollingsworth and Lady Aberlin.
S02E31 Show 1031 24/03/1969 Rogers plays a matching game. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, the Royal Family give moving frames to X, Henrietta, and Lady Elaine.
S02E32 Show 1032 25/03/1969 Rogers uses a balance scale to compare weights. The Neighborhood of Make-Believe is beginning plans for their carnival. X the Owl and Lady Aberlin demonstrate the talents they will display there.
S02E33 Show 1033 26/03/1969 Chef Brockett must explain cotton candy and carnivals to the King, and neither interest him. Lady Elaine gets into her fortune-teller mode for the upcoming carnival.
S02E34 Show 1034 27/03/1969 King Friday puts a damper on the carnival plans because he had not been asked for permission to hold it at the Castle.
S02E35 Show 1035 28/03/1969 With permission from the King, the Neighborhood of Make-Believe holds its carnival.
S02E36 Show 1036 31/03/1969 A Wizard enters the Neighborhood of Make-Believe to find Lady Elaine Fairchilde. He plays games and then stubs his toe, prompting Dr. Bill Platypus (who meets King Friday XIII for the first time).
S02E37 Show 1037 01/04/1969 The Wizard of Lupovich leaves the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, but not without leaving a box for the King and others to watch. The box will open itself tomorrow.
S02E38 Show 1038 02/04/1969 Dr. Bill and Elsie Jean Platypus, among others, are curious about the box. When the neighbors gather, the box opens itself to reveal a bunny cap. Anyone who puts it on, hops.
S02E39 Show 1039 03/04/1969 Handyman Negri lets Corny, X, and Henrietta try the hopping cap. Dr. Bill Platypus has built up a clientele.
S02E40 Show 1040 04/04/1969 Several of those in the Neighborhood of Make-Believe don't like Dr. Bill's bagpipes. He will have to find a different place to play them.
S02E41 Show 1041 07/04/1969 Mabel Mercer arrives in the Neighborhood of Make-Believe with a costume changer for Lady Aberlin.
S02E42 Show 1042 08/04/1969 Rogers is looking after Carol Saunders' guitar. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Robert Troll raises mischief.
S02E43 Show 1043 09/04/1969 Robert Troll wants to live at the campsite at Someplace Else, since Lady Elaine isn't using it anymore. But Robert is too afraid to ask, until friends offer him support.
S02E44 Show 1044 10/04/1969 Officer Clemmons has brought a building permit to the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, but doesn't know who it is for. In fact, the building permit is for a community center at Someplace Else.
S02E45 Show 1045 11/04/1969 Rogers brings pots filled with orchids, tulips, and daffodils. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, King Friday XIII is surprised by the sudden quiet. Everyone is watching Handyman Negri building the community center at Someplace Else.
S02E46 Show 1046 14/04/1969 To combat King Friday's boredom, singer Barbara Koski visits the Neighborhood of Make-Believe from Finland.
S02E47 Show 1047 15/04/1969 Rogers plays house with a set of dolls and two houses. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, King Friday orders all the locales be numbered from west to east.
S02E48 Show 1048 16/04/1969 Officer Clemmons reminds Rogers that Chef Brockett's birthday will be in two days' time. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Lady Elaine tells King Friday he can't always be number 1. This means all the house numbers on all the locales are coming down.
S02E49 Show 1049 17/04/1969 Rogers has to keep secret the cake he is making for Chef Brockett's birthday. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Robert Troll, X the Owl, and Daniel Tiger discuss their gifts for Brockett.
S02E50 Show 1050 18/04/1969 Today is Chef Brockett's birthday. King Friday offers as his gift the Atlantic Ocean.
S02E51 Show 1051 21/04/1969 Rogers puts together a puzzle Chef Brockett has given him as a thank-you present. Handyman Negri leaves the Neighborhood of Make-Believe for a scout jamboree. His replacement for the week is John Reardon.
S02E52 Show 1052 22/04/1969 Mister Rogers talks about magnets. In the world of make-believe, Reardon is organizing an opera. Daniel Striped Tiger, Lady Aberlin, and Dr. Bill Platypus land parts in it.
S02E53 Show 1053 23/04/1969 Reardon distributes music to those who will take part in the opera. Robert Troll wants to be a whale, and Elsie Jean Platypus wants to play the Loch Ness monster.
S02E54 Show 1054 24/04/1969 Lady Aberlin gives Trolley a waves costume for the opera, which fools Corny. Now he'd like to be in the opera. The entire Neighborhood of Make-Believe will be the backdrop, simulating the sea.
S02E55 Show 1055 25/04/1969 The Neighborhood of Make-Believe stages its opera about the search for a lost teddy bear.
S02E56 Show 1056 28/04/1969 Rogers is doing a puzzle, but Mr. McFeely barges in and takes it before it is finished. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Lady Elaine surprises Handyman Negri, who drops his souvenir from the jamboree.
S02E57 Show 1057 29/04/1969 Rogers discusses the differences between male and female. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Handyman Negri and Lady Elaine assemble a rocket.
S02E58 Show 1058 30/04/1969 King Friday XIII blocks the launch of Handyman Negri and Lady Elaine's rocket until some rules are laid down.
S02E59 Show 1059 01/05/1969 Carole Clemmons, François' wife, her some new poems. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Lady Elaine is mad at her improperly-working rocket.
S02E60 Show 1060 02/05/1969 King Friday has completed his set of rules for Lady Elaine's rocket. Once these rules are followed, the rocket rides more smoothly.
S02E61 Show 1061 05/05/1969 Rogers builds a model car. Van Cliburn enters the Neighborhood of Make-Believe gathering parts for the piano Lady Elaine is building.
S02E62 Show 1062 06/05/1969 Chef Brockett has made a piano-shaped cake for Van Cliburn, who performs at the Castle.
S02E63 Show 1063 07/05/1969 Lady Aberlin has a magic leaf. When she says the correct words, her aunt will sing for her.
S02E64 Show 1064 08/05/1969 A button band performs for the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, during which Vija Vetra performs a button dance.
S02E65 Show 1065 09/05/1969 Queen Sara gives a lesson to Lady Aberlin and King Friday about understanding Robert Troll's troll talk.
S03E01 The NOM Models (1) 02/02/1970 Mister Rogers enters with a model of Daniel Striped Tiger's clock and visits the man who designed it: Robert (Bob) Trow. At his workshop, Trow is finishing a model of the Castle. He asks Rogers to ring the bell when he leaves as well as when he arrives.
S03E02 The NOM Models (2) 03/02/1970 Mr. Rogers presents slides of trees. Mr. McFeely delivers Bob Trow's model of X the Owl's Tree. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, X the Owl learns that wishing doesn't make things come true.
S03E03 The NOM Models (3) 04/02/1970 Rogers puts signs outside his front and back doors advising visitors to ""please knock"" or ""please ring."" Later in the program, he receives Bob Trow's model of the Museum-Go-Round.
S03E04 The NOM Models (4) 05/02/1970 Rogers brings in Bob Trow's model of the Platypus Mound. Officer Clemmons shows Rogers the workings at his police station. The Neighborhood of Make-Believe finds Dr. Bill and Elsie Jean Platypus share a magic recipe for making pies.
S03E05 The NOM Models (5) 06/02/1970 Season 3 ends its first week with Rogers receiving the Factory model from Robert Trow. Beforehand, Rogers makes simple puppets from wooden spoons. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Lady Elaine orders chairs from Cornflake S. Pecially in preparation for her new pie restaurant.
S03E06 The Pie Restaurant (1) 09/02/1970 Rogers plays a game using different shapes and grocieries. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Lady Elaine Fairchilde is preparing to open a pie restaurant between her Museum-Go-Round and the Platypus mound.
S03E07 The Pie Restaurant (2) 10/02/1970 Mr. McFeely finds a puppy, which Rogers looks after until someone finds the puppy's home.
S03E08 The Pie Restaurant (3) 11/02/1970 Chef Brockett how turnovers are made. He appears in the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, helping run the new pie restaurant.
S03E09 The Pie Restaurant (4) 12/02/1970 Bad manners cost Bob Dog after he eats all the pies in Lady Elaine's restaurant.
S03E10 The Pie Restaurant (5) 13/02/1970 Dr. Yen Wang shows two laboratory rats, with which he wishes to shw that the study of rats is intended to benefit human beings. The Neighborhood of Make-Believe opens the pie restaurant, but King Friday XIII orders Bob Dog to Someplace Else.
S03E11 Show 1076 16/02/1970 Rogers shines his shoes. The Pittsburgh Junior Tamburitzans visits the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, and Bob Dog emerges to dance with them.
S03E12 Show 1077 17/02/1970 Rogers discusses the things children can do with a shoe box. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Queen Sara is escorted to Westwood to visit Dr. Frogg.
S03E13 Show 1078 18/02/1970 Johnny Costa and his grandson visit Rogers' television house and the Neighborhood of Make-Believe.
S03E14 Show 1079 19/02/1970 Rogers discusses growing inside and outside. Mr. McFeely brings a dry aqaurium holding frogs and tadpoles. Later Mr. McFeely visits the Westwood Children's Zoo. Queen Sara returns to the Neighborhood of Make-Believe from Westwood after two days.
S03E15 Show 1080 20/02/1970 Rogers talks about the use of triangles, such as on the Yield sign. Betty Aberlin arrives with Bob Trow's model of the Eiffel Tower (at last). Citizens in the Neighborhood of Make-Believe are worried because the King and Queen have yet to return from Westwood.
S03E16 Show 1081 23/02/1970 Henrietta Pussycat fears Bob Dog's teeth. Lady Aberlin confides in Henrietta and tells everyone the King and Queen have a good secret.
S03E17 Show 1082 24/02/1970 Bramble, a large horse, stands outside Rogers' television house. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, King Friday asks for, and receives, a stuffed horse. Daniel is afraid of the model.
S03E18 Show 1083 25/02/1970 Rogers enters with a typewriter and the many ways to put the word ""typewriter"" to paper. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, an artist, perhaps in a foreshadowing mood, draws paintings of the King and Queen.
S03E19 Show 1084 26/02/1970 King Friday XIII shares his secret with Mime Walker, informing him not to mention a word of this to anyone.
S03E20 Show 1085 27/02/1970 Rogers has a recent chest x-ray, explaining what having an x-ray taken is about. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Lady Elaine warns her neighbors that King Friday might be starting a wild animal zoo. That, she feels, is his big secret. It isn't.
S03E21 The Clemmonses are Moving (1) 02/03/1970 Officer Clemmons announces he has accepted a new job with the Metropolitan Opera in New York. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, King Friday XIII and Queen Sara announce that they will have a baby.
S03E22 The Clemmonses are Moving (2) 03/03/1970 Lady Elaine and Mrs. Saunders tie up Officer Clemmons in a frantic attempt to keep him from moving.
S03E23 The Clemmonses are Moving (3) 04/03/1970 Betty Aberlin gives Rogers a black angel fish for his tank. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, she dresses as a black angel fish. At the Tree, she introduces a song praising Henrietta Pussycat.
S03E24 The Clemmonses are Moving (4) 05/03/1970 Mrs. Clemmons visits Rogers' television house with a poem about her new job title. Rogers invites her to a going-away party to be held the next day. A highlight of the gathering will be Mrs. Clemmons' favorite: raspberry delight. But what kind of raspberry delight should be made?
S03E25 The Clemmonses are Moving (5) 06/03/1970 Mr. and Mrs. François Clemmons are about to leave for New York. In both the Neighborhood of Make-Believe and Mister Rogers' television house, neighbors hold a farewell party.
S03E26 Show 1091 09/03/1970 Rogers shows models of a bicycle and tricycle. Along the way, he introduces the prefixes ""bi"" and ""tri."" In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Bob Dog fears moving wheels.
S03E27 Show 1092 10/03/1970 Rogers uses a tape recorder to tape the sounds of a xylophone, a drum, and a slide whistle. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, King Friday thinks his baby should learn the guitar from birth.
S03E28 Show 1093 11/03/1970 Rogers shows how he reacts when he is angry. Using a punching bag may make you feel better. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Lady Aberlin makes a punching bag from rags and knitting. X the Owl complements her work.
S03E29 Show 1094 12/03/1970 When Coach Saunders informs how athletic and exercise equipment can protect oneself, King Friday orders all the equipment for the new royal baby.
S03E30 Show 1095 13/03/1970 Rogers makes a window out of construction paper. Later he picks up a record album at Negri's Music Shop. In between, Chef Brockett goes to the neighborhood of Make-Believe with a cake for Grand-père and Lady Elaine. Handyman Negri helps Lady Elaine fix the King's broken window.
S03E31 Show 1096 16/03/1970 Mr. McFeely delivers Lady Elaine an invitation to a boomerang contest. To show her gratitude, Lady Elaine shows ""Funny Fast Films"" of Mr. McFeely and Chef Brockett.
S03E32 Show 1097 17/03/1970 Rogers plays rhyming games and flash cards with Bob Trow. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Lady Elaine and several others participate in the boomerang contest.
S03E33 Show 1098 18/03/1970 Rogers shows different sizes of eggs and the animals who lay them. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Elsie Jean Platypus says her newly-laid egg will hatch in ten days.
S03E34 Show 1099 19/03/1970 King Friday hears about the baby platypus that will emerge soon. He tries to make the Platypus family leave the Neighborhood of Make-Believe so that his child will be the first born there.
S03E35 Show 1100 20/03/1970 Dr. Bill Platypus and Digger Digorum convince King Friday XIII that he will have the first human baby born in the Neighborhood of Make-Believe. Reminded, King Friday allows the Platypus family to stay. They will have the first animal baby born there.
S03E36 Death of a Goldfish 23/03/1970 A fish in Rogers' tank has died. Rogers buries it and, with Bob Trow's help, constructs a tombstone with a pentagon bearing a fish drawing. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, concern hits when the Trolley stops at the Castle and doesn't move.
S03E37 Show 1102 24/03/1970 At the grave of the fish he had buried, Rogers talks of sad feelings. At Negri's Music Shop, he witnesses the Pittsburgh Junior Tamburitzans. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, the Platypus family waits for the egg to hatch.
S03E38 Show 1103 25/03/1970 Lady Aberlin finds everybody except Lady Elaine is at the Platypus Mound, waiting for the egg to hatch.
S03E39 Show 1104 26/03/1970 Rogers demonstrates the use of a cane and shows many ways to write his name. The Neighborhood of Make-Believe celebrates the birth of Dr. Bill and Elsie Jean's baby girl platypus.
S03E40 Show 1105 27/03/1970 Handyman Negri is among those with a gift for the baby Platypus. It's a song to fit her name, Ornithorhynchus anatinus.
S03E41 Show 1106 30/03/1970 Bob Trow has made a model of the Neighborhood Trolley and its tracks for Rogers. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, King Friday is tired of waiting for the baby to be born. Several neighbors decide to hold a play based on what King Friday puts in a suitcase.
S03E42 Show 1107 31/03/1970 Rogers makes a cardboard suitcase. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Mr. Anybody finds his apparently empty suitcase has a heavy rock in it. Lady Elaine had to have put the rock inside.
S03E43 Show 1108 01/04/1970 Rogers goes to Negri's Music Shop to see Betty Aberlin perform a few simple magic tricks. Lady Elaine has her reservations about the upcoming play the Neighborhood of Make-Believe will stage. Mr. Anybody tells her she can be in the play if she asks to.
S03E44 Show 1109 02/04/1970 Rogers brings two gerbils to his television house. On a visit to the McFeelys' house, he finds Mr. McFeely looking after a Saint Bernard. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Bob Dog is practicing for his role in the play Let the Vet Get the Pet, but it isn't easy.
S03E45 Show 1110 03/04/1970 Rogers looks after two penguins for Mr. McFeely. The Neighborhood of Make-Believe holds its stage play, about a vet flying in a jet to check on a pet.
S03E46 Show 1111 06/04/1970 Robert Troll visits to see baby Ana Platypus, as do X and Henrietta.
S03E47 Show 1112 07/04/1970 Dr. Bill Platypus talks about time to X and Henrietta, who discover the newborn platypus is too small to play with them.
S03E48 Show 1113 08/04/1970 Mr. McFeely delivers a fortune teller's costume, which Mr. Anybody wears to predict the future.
S03E49 Show 1114 09/04/1970 Rogers welcomes Mrs. Franks, who demonstrates leather carving. Later he discusses wearing an eye patch. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Handyman Negri assures King Friday that his eye is underneath an eye patch.
S03E50 Show 1115 10/04/1970 Rogers shows the dog belonging to his son John. At Bob Trow's workshop, Rogers finds Trow and John working on fingerpaint pictures. In the Neighborhood of Make Believe, Handyman Negri and Lady Aberlin have a message for Bob Dog.
S03E51 Show 1116 13/04/1970 Gifts have been pouring in for the imminent birth of Queen Sara's baby. One of those gifts is a paper crown, which Henrietta takes without asking.
S03E52 Show 1117 14/04/1970 Rogers talks of being able to do certain skills at certain ages. The Neighborhood of Make-Believe is abuzz with excitement, as Queen Sara gives birth to a prince named Tuesday.
S03E53 Show 1118 15/04/1970 The gifts keep pouring in for the newborn Prince Tuesday, which makes Lady Elaine jealous. Joey Hollingsworth arrives with gifts for the baby and other neighbors.
S03E54 Show 1119 16/04/1970 A watch repairman shows Rogers the proper use of his watch-cleaning machine. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Nurse Miller tells all that Queen Sara and the newborn prince will accept visitors next week.
S03E55 Show 1120 17/04/1970 Instead of the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Rogers sees a story played out in Betty's Little Theater. Four dancers, dressed as raccoons, perform a nighttime adventure.
S03E56 Show 1121 20/04/1970 Lady Elaine is annyued with Prince Tuesday's constant crying. At one point, she asks King Friday and Queen Sara to send the baby back.
S03E57 Show 1122 21/04/1970 Prince Tuesday is one week old, and the Castle is suitably decorated for a celebration. King Friday gives gifts to everyone, which only rides Lady Elaine's jealousy.
S03E58 Show 1123 22/04/1970 Rogers shows how he works Picture-Picture and then the Trolley. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, King Friday asks that Reardon put together an opera within two days.
S03E59 Show 1124 23/04/1970 Reardon fears he doesn't have enough time to write an opera for Friday, but he assembles the basics quickly.
S03E60 Show 1125 24/04/1970 The Neighborhood of Make-Believe holds its opera about the Pineapple Can Telephone Company.
S03E61 Show 1126 27/04/1970 Captain Kangaroo visits, first at Rogers' television house and then in the Neighborhood of Make-Believe. He sees that Lady Elaine and Donkey Hodie are hopeful that the carrots would grow faster somehow.
S03E62 Show 1127 28/04/1970 Rogers visits Jan Zandhuis, a glassblower, who is doing a project for Mrs. Saunders. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, King Friday feels baby Prince Tuesday should be taught subtraction.
S03E63 Show 1128 29/04/1970 Rogers makes modeling clay, a perfect spot for son Jamie to discuss clay figurines. Dancer Ethel Winter is toured around the Neighborhood of Make-Believe and Someplace Else.
S03E64 Show 1129 30/04/1970 Rogers relates the lessons on teeth that he learned as a child.
S03E65 Show 1130 01/05/1970 Rogers and Chef Brockett play games in which one doesn't see, but hears or feels.
S04E01 Show 1131 15/02/1971 King Friday XIII feels that babies get too much attention and tries to limit such attention to one hour a day.
S04E02 Show 1132 16/02/1971 Meghan Sweenie has her routine check-up. Dr. Mermelstein tells Rogers the basics of this physical. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Prince Tuesday's crying prompts some neighbors to take action.
S04E03 Show 1133 17/02/1971 Rogers and Bob Trow make popsicle-stick crafts.
S04E04 Show 1134 18/02/1971 Rogers discusses the string quartet and hears each instrument at Negri's Music Shop. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Mr. McFeely delivers a bass fiddle to King Friday XIII.
S04E05 Show 1135 19/02/1971 Rogers demonstrates how music is written as well as performed. Those in the Neighborhood of Make-Believe try to play the bass fiddle, then offer their opinions on The Machine That Plays The Bass.
S04E06 Castle Waterfall (1) 22/02/1971 When King Friday wants a waterfall for his Castle garden, Donkey Hodie suggests that they install new plumbing.
S04E07 Castle Waterfall (2) 23/02/1971 While gymnasts perform in the Castle gymnasium, water begins to leak in. It seems one of the pipes for the Castle garden waterfall is clogged.
S04E08 Castle Waterfall (3) 24/02/1971 Handyman Negri and Donkey Hodie are finishing the Castle garden waterfall. François Clemmons visits as waterfall singer.
S04E09 Castle Waterfall (4) 25/02/1971 Rogers needs a washer for a fountain he wants to assemble. Instead of taking one from Bob Trow's workshop, he merely leaves Trow a note. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, the Castle fountain works only to a small extent. Lady Elaine has taken the windmill at Someplace Else apart for some reason.
S04E10 Show 1140 26/02/1971 Lady Elaine wants her Museum-Go-Round to turn, so she harnesses X to the Museum. He doesn't want to spend all hours turning the Museum, but he does get things moving in another way.
S04E11 Show 1141 01/03/1971 Miss Paulifficate bumps into Daniel's toy tiger, but she glues it back together. They give a letter to Dr. Bill Platypus.
S04E12 Show 1142 02/03/1971 Mrs. Lawver, a doll collector, presents to a visiting Rogers her collection of antique dolls. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Dr. Bill Platypus receives his lesson toward a pediatrician's license. He is to borrow a doll for the practice.
S04E13 Show 1143 03/03/1971 Bob Dog accidentally rips Dr. Bill's second pediatrician lesson and hides. Lady Elaine magically reverses the damage. She also gets a lesson on child care from Dr. Bill.
S04E14 Show 1144 04/03/1971 After showing some children's drawings, Rogers visits Mrs. Saunders school, talks with the children and watches them play. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Mr. McFeely delivers a package from the pediatrician school to Dr. Bill. The letter says he will continue his training in Australia. Thus the Platypus family will be leaving tomorrow.
S04E15 Show 1145 05/03/1971 Don Williamson visits the television house to demonstrate his radio-controlled model airplane. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, King Friday still doesn't want the Platypus family to visit Australia. But then he is given the right to start their flying machine.
S04E16 Show 1146 08/03/1971 Rogers talks of light bulbs and replaces one of the bulbs on his traffic signal. Later in the program, two boys discuss bird-watching with Rogers.
S04E17 Show 1147 09/03/1971 Rogers shows a hidden object in a drawing of the Neighborhood of Make-Believe. That neighborhood discovers an old toy that Corny used to manufacture: a toy horse in the Chatty-Cathy mold.
S04E18 Show 1148 10/03/1971 Rogers sacrifices NOM for a visit to Betty's Little Theater. When the planned guests aren't able to appear, Betty Aberlin improvises a play with Bob Trow, Joe Negri and Audrey Roth.
S04E19 Show 1149 11/03/1971 When the name ""upside-down cake"" offends King Friday, he affronts everyone with a short-lived rule: everyone should say what he doesn't mean.
S04E20 Show 1150 12/03/1971 Queen Sara asks Bob Dog to send a note asking if Henrietta Pussycat can babysit for Prince Tuesday. Bob Dog is distracted with a new rocking chair, but he finds a way to help the Royal Family.
S04E21 Show 1151 15/03/1971 Bob Dog wants to wear shoes so Queen Sara will like him as much as she likes Prince Tuesday.
S04E22 Show 1152 16/03/1971 Joe Negri displays musical instruments made out of junk. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Lady Elaine borrows Corny's hammer without asking first.
S04E23 Show 1153 17/03/1971 Children act out nursery rhymes at Betty's Little Theater. The Neighborhood of Make-Believe acts out Old King Cole.
S04E24 Show 1154 18/03/1971 Rogers draws a song, using paint brushes to visualize the Japanese records he plays. Later Mr. McFeely brings a big St. Bernard dog. In between, Yoshi Ito enters the Neighborhood of Make-Believe.
S04E25 Show 1155 19/03/1971 Rogers builds a go-cart with spare parts. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Grand-père begins to make pommes frites (French-fried potatoes).
S04E26 Show 1156 22/03/1971 Rogers and visitor Mary Sweenie talk of crafts such as needlepoint. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Handyman Negri wants to have Henrietta Pussycat's eyes checked.
S04E27 Show 1157 23/03/1971 Rogers has his eyes examined. An accident occurs in the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, when Trolley runs into a toy car Lady Aberlin and Robert Troll left on the tracks.
S04E28 Show 1158 24/03/1971 Rogers plays an audio cassette that hints to a package containing a magnifying glass. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, King Friday gets the impression that a magnifying glass makes the prince grow.
S04E29 Show 1159 25/03/1971 Rogers puts on an opera costum that includes a turban. He invites Betty Aberlin to a costume party set for the next day. Those in the Neighborhood of Make-Believe agree to a costume party to allay the doldrums.
S04E30 Show 1160 26/03/1971 Rogers dresses as an airplane pilot for the costume party. Betty Aberlin and Joe Negri team up to dress as a horse. (You see what's coming, don't you?) The Neighborhood of Make-Believe holds its own costume party, and only the toy Horse has no costume.
S04E31 Show 1161 29/03/1971 Those in the Neighborhood of Make-Believe react differently to the presents the Platypus family, returned from Australia, had given them.
S04E32 Show 1162 30/03/1971 Dr. Bill Platypus invites those in the Neighborhood of Make-Believe to see his home movies about Australia. Joining them are Captain Kangaroo and his puppet friends.
S04E33 Show 1163 31/03/1971 Rogers has a sign made for Bob and Judy Brown, the marionette-puppeteers who are moving in just a few doors down. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Dr. Bill moves his office to the Eiffel Tower.
S04E34 Show 1164 01/04/1971 Ezra Jack Keats visits Rogers to read his book Hi, Cat! In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, a book editor visits Grand-père at the Eiffel Tower.
S04E35 Show 1165 02/04/1971 Rogers sees Bob and Judy Brown's production of Jack and the Beanstalk.
S04E36 Show 1166 05/04/1971 John Reardon comes to the Neighborhood of Make-Believe dressed as an organ grinder. But will anyone recognize him?
S04E37 Show 1167 06/04/1971 Rogers tries on various moustaches. Betty Aberlin visits to put on wigs. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, King Friday XIII commissions a new opera.
S04E38 Show 1168 07/04/1971 John Reardon gives opera roles to Daniel and his toy, Ino A. Horse. Chef Brockett displays the monkey costume he will wear.
S04E39 The Monkey's Uncle 08/04/1971 Today the Neighborhood of Make-Believe holds its opera. King Friday XIII plays his bass for this opera, in which a zookeeper must console a down-on-his-luck organ grinder.
S04E40 Show 1170 09/04/1971 Rogers shows photos from yesterday's opera. At Brockett's Bakery, Rogers discusses Chef Brockett's opera role. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Henrietta Pussycat mopes since she didn't have a part in the opera.
S04E41 Show 1171 12/04/1971 Rogers and Bob Trow repair child seats and a rocking chair. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Cornflake S. Pecially and Robert Troll build an infant seat for Prince Tuesday. Lady Elaine discovers how good a father King Friday is.
S04E42 Show 1172 13/04/1971 Susan Linn helps Rogers discussing how puppets can be used to express feelings. Her Audrey Duck character appears in the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, scaring Baby Ana Platypus.
S04E43 Show 1173 14/04/1971 Twins Barry and Garry Nelson visit the television house. Rogers helps Betty Aberlin play a marble game. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, the Nelsons help Daniel play with a ball.
S04E44 Show 1174 15/04/1971 Rogers talks about how things look different at night. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Bob Dog and Daniel share their fears with Miss Paulifficate.
S04E45 Show 1175 16/04/1971 Richard Kvistad plays a kettle drum at Negri's Music Shop. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Lady Elaine and Bob Dog scare King Friday XIII.
S04E46 Jealousy(1) 19/04/1971 Grand-père receives a picture from his granddaughter Collette. This hurts Henrietta Pussycat, who feels she is not as fancy.
S04E47 Jealousy(2) 20/04/1971 Susan Linn returns to Rogers, bringing her puppets Audrey Duck and Cat-a-Lion. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Handyman Negri helps ease Henrietta Pussycat's tangled emotions.
S04E48 Jealousy(3) 21/04/1971 King Friday gives Collette a key to the Neighborhood of Make-Believe. Henrietta Pussycat is afraid that key will open the door to her house.
S04E49 Jealousy(4) 22/04/1971 Rogers shows cake-decorating tools and sees a man decorate a cake at Brockett's Bakery. Chef Brockett takes a cake to the Neighborhood of Make-Believe for Collette. Once again, Henrietta Pussycat is in the center of what happens.
S04E50 Jealousy(5) 23/04/1971 Rogers explains that it isn't always possible to understand what goes on in the world. He and his son make hats out of newspapers. Grand-père introduces Collette to everyone in the Neighborhood of Make-Believe.
S04E51 Show 1181 26/04/1971 François Clemmons is going to teach a driver's education course. To help him, Clemmons borows the traffic signal from Rogers' television house. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Daniel is instructed to wait for Mr. McFeely to deliver groceries intended for the Castle. King Friday asks Daniel to fetch his robes, which causes a quandary for Mr. McFeely.
S04E52 Show 1182 27/04/1971 François Clemmons returns the traffic signal to Rogers. Nurse Miller and Dr. Bill Platypus help X the Owl after he hurts his wing.
S04E53 Show 1183 28/04/1971 Cornflake S. Pecially is impatiently waiting for his new lathe. In his rush to work the lathe, Corny injures his finger in it. Nurse Miller consoles him. Later in the program, Rogers goes to Bob Trow's workshop to see his lathe.
S04E54 Show 1184 29/04/1971 The Castle is organizing a jazz festival, and King Friday XIII wants the best jazz musicians. Handyman Negri brings in a blind saxophonist named Eric Kloss, of whom we will see more in the coming 25 years. Dr. Bill tells all that they were not responsible for Kloss' condition.
S04E55 Show 1185 30/04/1971 Rogers draws a song based on a recording of jazz and classical music. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, King Friday is still trying to shortcut his way to playing the bass fiddle. Perhaps a gold bass is the answer.
S04E56 Show 1186 03/05/1971 Bob Brown, the puppeteer, shows Mister Rogers how to make puppets from detergent bottles.
S04E57 Babies (1) 04/05/1971 King Friday and Queen Sara implore Lady Aberlin to baby-sit for Prince Tuesday. Lady Elaine misinterprets the instructions and assigns Daniel the baby-sitting duties.
S04E58 Babies (2) 05/05/1971 Mr. McFeely delivers the book Fur, Feathers, and Hair to Rogers. Later McFeely brings an English sheepdog. In between, King Friday XIII is upset that baby Prince Tuesday will not smile at him.
S04E59 Babies (3) 06/05/1971 Rogers makes ice cream by hand-cranking. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, some are wondering about baby Ana Platypus's behavior.
S04E60 Show 1190 07/05/1971 Morrie Tucker, author of the Wee Pals comic strip, visits Rogers. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, X the Owl begins his printing business.
S04E61 Lady Elaine Wants Attention (1) 10/05/1971 Lady Elaine wants people to come to her book show in the Museum-Go-Round, not to the Castle to see a chameleon.
S04E62 Lady Elaine Wants Attention (2) 11/05/1971 Lady Aberlin asks Van Cliburn to wear a costume for his visit to the Castle. The King and Queen are fooled until the disguised Van Cliburn plays the piano.
S04E63 Lady Elaine Wants Attention (3) 12/05/1971 Collette is worried that Grand-père will be lonely when she leaves for Paris. After she leaves, Lady Elaine hears Van Cliburn performing at her Museum-Go-Round.
S04E64 Lady Elaine Wants Attention (4) 13/05/1971 Lady Elaine wants company, but everyone is too busy for her. So She is so adamant that she takes Mr. McFeely's bicycle and refuses to return it.
S04E65 Lady Elaine Wants Attention (5) 14/05/1971 Rogers decorates some eggs, as do people in the Neighborhood of Make-Believe.
S05E01 Show 1196 21/02/1972 Mary Sweenie arrives late at Betty's Little Theater for her bird dance. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, X the Owl wants to read poetry alone.
S05E02 Show 1197 22/02/1972 Rogers and Mr. McFeely do a bit of secret communication, with neither one understanding the other. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Lady Elaine is impatient with X's call for privacy while he writes poetry.
S05E03 Show 1198 23/02/1972 X is afraid others will laugh at his poetry should he read it aloud. Lady Elaine is eager to hear this poetry and is in position to hide her feelings about it.
S05E04 Show 1199 24/02/1972 While seeing the breads at Brockett's Bakery, Rogers learns how a bread slicer works. The Neighborhood of Make-Believe discovers a floating loaf of bread from the Owl Correspondence School. X registers himself for a course.
S05E05 Show 1200 25/02/1972 Bob Trow repairs Mr. McFeely's bicycle, slightly embarrassed because Bob doesn't yet know how to ride a bike. This pours into the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, as Robert Troll begins to learn to ride. This puzzles Cornflake S. Pecially.
S05E06 Show 1201 28/02/1972 Audrey Roth brings three unidentified cheerleaders to Rogers' television house. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Cornflake S. Pecially must juggle tasks for Miss Paulifficate and a gift for Prince Tuesday.
S05E07 Show 1202 29/02/1972 Rogers' son Jamie and a friend play with a toy on the floor of the television house. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Robert Troll starts a game of catch, but doesn't want to throe because he thinks no one will throw back.
S05E08 Show 1203 01/03/1972 Rogers shows steam from a tea kettle. Later in the program Mr. McFeely shows him a steam engine. In between, Robert Troll plays ball with Lady Aberlin, Handyman Negri and Daniel Striped Tiger.
S05E09 Show 1204 02/03/1972 Corny asks Robert Troll to dump an excess amount of stain into into a creek. The resulting pollution leaves a bad smell and tars the Castle fountain. King Friday orders Corny not to manufacture until he can clean up the mess.
S05E10 Show 1205 03/03/1972 Corny and Robert Troll need some help to clean up the paint stain that they caused. Lady Elaine uses her boomerang to return the paint to its can. Afterward, Mister Rogers goes to the McFeelys' house and Brockett's Bakery to see what can be made from scraps of old material.
S05E11 Show 1206 06/03/1972 Susan Linn performs her puppets, Audrey Duck and Cat-a-Lion, at Betty's Little Theater. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, King Friday plans to buy a large TV.
S05E12 Show 1207 07/03/1972 Rogers needs Joe Negri's help to get a crystal radio working. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Handyman Negri has to figure out why the TV set for King Friday XIII isn't working yet.
S05E13 Show 1208 08/03/1972 Rogers buys a TV set from Negri's Music Shop with a credit card. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, King Friday turns the TV set on, finds a program he likes, and implores that everyone watch it.
S05E14 Show 1209 09/03/1972 King Friday commands that everyone watch a television show at the Castle. He borrows a TV set from Lady Elaine so that everyone (but he) will watch. Bored, everyone else leans toward Lady Elaine, who has a plan brewing at her Museum-Go-Round.
S05E15 Show 1210 10/03/1972 Rogers goes to traffic court to plead the case that led to his parking ticket. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Lady Elaine leads a march on the Castle to show that everyone has different interests.
S05E16 Show 1211 13/03/1972 Rogers demonstrates the different sounds made from bells and crystal glasses filled with water. Joey Hollingsworth tap dances in the Neighborhood of Make-Believe. King Friday and Queen Sara present Henrietta a bell for babysitting Prince Tuesday. The bell makes X the Owl jealous.
S05E17 Show 1212 14/03/1972 Tom Flynn and the Southminister Bell Ringers perform at Negri's Music Shop. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Henrietta's constant bell-ringing proves a nuisance to X the Owl. But he won't tell why the bell annoys him.
S05E18 Show 1213 15/03/1972 Rogers makes a musical instrument out of an oatmeal box, a large button, and some string. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Henrietta's bell is missing. This leads Lady Aberlin to talk to a jealous X the Owl.
S05E19 Show 1214 16/03/1972 X wants to ask King Friday for a job. He earns the title printer of Royal calling cards.
S05E20 Show 1215 17/03/1972 A plumber replaces the clogged elbow in Mister Rogers' sink drain. The Neighborhood of Make-Believe sees the same plumber retool the Castle Fountain so it can re-circulate water.
S05E21 Arts Foundation (1) 20/03/1972 A magician performs part of his act at Betty Aberlin's theater. He is seen again in the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, but on harder times.
S05E22 Arts Foundation (2) 21/03/1972 Andrew Wyeth illustrates to Rogers the work behind an animated film based on Rogers' song You've Got To Do It. The Neighborhood of Make-Believe establishes the King Friday, Queen Sara Saturday Foundation for the Performing Arts.
S05E23 Arts Foundation (3) 22/03/1972 Rogers explains the size of things by having a tailor alter a suit jacket. Those in the Neighborhood of Make-Believe donate things to the Appel family.
S05E24 Arts Foundation (4) 23/03/1972 Lady Aberlin is asking those in the Neighborhood of Make-Believe to donate to the new performing arts program. Lady Elaine refuses to contribute until she learns what King Friday is donating.
S05E25 Arts Foundation (5) 24/03/1972 Mr. Appel is named the first recipient from the Neighborhood of Make-Believe's foundation for the performing arts.
S05E26 Show 1221 27/03/1972 It's Mrs. McFeely's birthday, and Rogers isn't the only one giving presents. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Lady Elaine is trying to get attention, much to the dismay of her neighbors.
S05E27 Show 1222 28/03/1972 Attempting to make a merry-go-round, Lady Elaine doesn't feel that her animals look perfect. Rogers introduces viewers to Elsie Neal's Craft Shop.
S05E28 Show 1223 29/03/1972 Handyman Negri gives X the Owl a lesson in music history from the Owl Correspondence School. The record is an owl history music lesson that X had been hoping for.
S05E29 Show 1224 30/03/1972 Bob Dog is saddened because Daniel Tiger doesn't want him near the Clock. Still, Bob Dog wants to talk with Daniel.
S05E30 Show 1225 31/03/1972 Rogers takes some vegetables to Bob Trow. X the Owl wants to play the harmonica alongside the King's bass violin.
S05E31 Show 1226 03/04/1972 Rogers helps Bob Trow inflate one tire of a tandem bicycle. Fog in the Neighborhood of Make-Believe causes Bob Dog to lose a stone intended for King Friday XIII.
S05E32 Show 1227 04/04/1972 Astronaut Al Worden stops by the television house to show his space suit works. His scheduled arrival in the Neighborhood of Make-Believe the next day, prompts various reactions from the neighbors.
S05E33 Show 1228 05/04/1972 Lady Elaine is prepared to go to the moon by any means. Later in the visit, Rogers goes to the Brown Marionette studio to work on a piece with Chef Brockett.
S05E34 Show 1229 06/04/1972 Rogers and astronaut Al Worden recall the question-and-answer period they conducted with children about going to the moon. Worden shows the envelope of questions he took with him on his mission. He also appears in the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, where Lady Elaine turns him upside-down.
S05E35 Show 1230 07/04/1972 Al Worden shows more equipment that he took to the moon, and he discusses the one side of the moon that is never seen on Earth. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, King Friday gives Worden a model solar system.
S05E36 Lady Elaine Flies into Space (1) 10/04/1972 Rogers makes a crayon rubbing of leaves. Mrs. McFeely invites him to their house to see a fern and a reptile called a caiman. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Lady Elaine is still thinking about space travel. She sends Mrs. McFeely for leaves on which, Lady Elaine thinks, she can ride to Jupiter.
S05E37 Lady Elaine Flies into Space (2) 11/04/1972 Rogers plays with blocks and then with clay. Later he calls François Clemmons, offering him a position as voice teacher. In between, Lady Elaine insists she will fly from the Neighborhood of Make-Believe to Jupiter. She goes through a day of preparation.
S05E38 Lady Elaine Flies into Space (3) 12/04/1972 Mr. McFeely shows Rogers a duck. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Lady Elaine commands attention as she begins her flight into space on a ship made of leaves.
S05E39 Lady Elaine Flies into Space (4) 13/04/1972 The Brown Marionette Company opens one room in their studio for François Clemmons to give voice lessons. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Lady Elaine radios back about her flight through space.
S05E40 Lady Elaine Flies into Space (5) 14/04/1972 Lady Elaine radios back to the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, saying she will stay in space because she has made the most extraordinary discovery.
S05E41 Lady Elaine's Purple Phase (1) 17/04/1972 Lady Elaine splashes down in the Neighborhood of Make-Believe. While some think she is going to get married, Lady Elaine keeps her extraordinary discovery a secret.
S05E42 Lady Elaine's Purple Phase (2) 18/04/1972 Rogers hears a harpist at Negri's Music Shop. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Lady Elaine announces she has discovered the Planet Purple, where everything is purple.
S05E43 Lady Elaine's Purple Phase (3) 19/04/1972 A purple disk drops into the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, giving Lady Elaine and others information on Planet Purple. She tries to emulate the lifestyle of all the Pauls and Paulines on the planet.
S05E44 Lady Elaine's Purple Phase (4) 20/04/1972 Rogers visits François Clemmons's music class. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Lady Elaine is reluctant to shake off living like the Pauls and Paulines of Planet Purple. She even refuses to talk to X the Owl.
S05E45 Lady Elaine's Purple Phase (5) 21/04/1972 Lady Aberlin and Robert Troll must convince Lady Elaine of her rightful place in the Neighborhood of Make-Believe.
S05E46 Snow People (1) 24/04/1972 Chef Brockett presents snow pudding to Rogers at the bakery. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Lady Elaine wants to make snow, but can't get it just right.
S05E47 Snow People (2) 25/04/1972 Rogers talks about practice by showing different pairs of skates, including beginner's skates with a double runner. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Lady Elaine's snow-making succeeds. which doesn't exactly bear well with everyone. It does persuade John Reardon to make an opera anout snow.
S05E48 Snow People (3) 26/04/1972 Rogers explains how only grown-ups can change light bulbs with a ladder. In the Neighborhood of Make-Nelieve, Lady Elaine experiments to make multi-colored snow, which backfires (the sky is plugged up).
S05E49 Snow People (4) 27/04/1972 Rogers uses the heater for the fish tank and shows the room radiator. He also sees that the Brown Marionette Theater is heated with a furnace works. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Henrietta Pussycat begs for a role in the upcoming opera.
S05E50 Snow People (5) 28/04/1972 The snow opera features an angry girl who has interrupted a badminton game. She makes snow and turns the badminton players into snow people, but she needs help to get the snow to melt.
S05E51 Telecan Crisis (1) 01/05/1972 The bulb burns out in Picture-Picture, so Rogers gets a new bulb at Negri's Music Shop. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, the telecan kiosk by the Tree begins to bob up and down uncontrollably.
S05E52 Telecan Crisis (2) 02/05/1972 Mr. McFeely has been taken ill because he hass been in too much a hurry. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, X the Owl gets a lesson from the Owl Correspondence School.
S05E53 Telecan Crisis (3) 03/05/1972 Rogers talks about staying still, something that Mr. McFeely will need to practice. The same cannot be said for the telecan kiosk in the Neighborhood of Make-Believe. Handyman Negri tries to tie it up, but that interferes with King Friday's calls.
S05E54 Show 1249 04/05/1972 Rogers uses a pitch pipe at his television house and with François Clemmons. Mr. McFeely demonstrates one of his sitting-still exercises. The crisis in the Neighborhood of make-Believe is stopped in conjecture, as Rogers tells viewers they will have to decide the outcome on their own.
S05E55 Show 1250 05/05/1972 King Friday XIII wants to fool Lady Aberlin and others with a marionette of the king pretending to fly.
S05E56 Show 1251 08/05/1972 The Castle has lost its XIII plaque. It's up to Lady Aberlin and Handyman Negri to find it.
S05E57 Show 1252 09/05/1972 Ezra Jack Keats visits the Neighborhood of Make-Believe and tells a story about a bad king. Keats must report his story to King Friday.
S05E58 Show 1253 10/05/1972 Rogers goes to Betty's Little Theater with an idea for Susan Linn's puppets to act out.
S05E59 Show 1254 11/05/1972 Bob Dog is sad that Queen Sara is too busy with Prince Tuesday.
S05E60 Show 1255 12/05/1972 Lady Elaine decides to turn the Nrighborhood of Make-Believe purple with her Boomerang-Toomerang-Soomerang. It does not sit well with the neighbors.
S05E61 Show 1256 15/05/1972 Lady Elaine has yet to remove purple residue from Grand-père's sign. But the Boomerang doesn't seem to get it off.
S05E62 Show 1257 16/05/1972 King Friday XIII sends Mr. McFeely to deliver things for the water skiers who will appear later in the week. Mr. Rogers watches ballet dancers and demonstrates a musical triangle.
S05E63 Show 1258 17/05/1972 Rogers shows that even when things are hidden, those things still exist. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Mrs. McFeely and Handyman Negri look for Mr. McFeely. Lady Elaine helps a tired Mr. McFeely do his job (or so she claims).
S05E64 Show 1259 18/05/1972 The McFeelys bring two African lion cubs to Rogers' television house. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Lady Aberlin helps Handyman Negri with his tasks.
S05E65 Show 1260 19/05/1972 Rogers and Elsie Neal make clay figures of a person and a horse. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Handyman Negri and Lady Aberlin, wearing a horse costume, give Henrietta Pussycat a ride. X the Owl must face his feelings about being alone.
S06E01 Show 1261 19/02/1973 Rogers gives a Santa Claus costume to Chef Brockett. Both Betty Aberlin and François Clemmons talk of howm as children, they used to be afraid of Santa Claus. Later Santa Claus appears in the Neighborhood of Make-Believe.
S06E02 Show 1262 20/02/1973 Roegrs demonstrates how to use a microscope. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Lady Elaine is intent to cut Santa Claus' hair without his permission.
S06E03 Show 1263 21/02/1973 Rogers pretends to be a bird at François Clemmons' studio. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, King Friday makes another bad rule: nobody can have bare hands. Lady Elaine doesn't take the rule seriouslt until a cold breeze blows by.
S06E04 Show 1264 22/02/1973 Chef Brockett is planning to add a soda fountain to his bakery. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Lady Aberlin brings back the toy horse which, when a string is pulled, says ""I know."" X the Owl gives her a toy seagull which says ""you know"" when a string is pulled.
S06E05 Show 1265 23/02/1973 Rogers and several other neighbors attend the opening of the new soda fountain at Brockett's Bakery. Eric Kloss visits the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, telling the King how the other senses tell a blind person about the world.
S06E06 Show 1266 26/02/1973 Mr. McFeely wears a new Speedy Delivery uniform. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Henrietta Pussycat shows her disdain for getting Collette's old clothes, which don't fit.
S06E07 Show 1267 27/02/1973 Collette has sent dresses and hats from Paris to the Neighborhood of Make-Believe. One of the hats is too big for Henrietta Pussycat, so Lady Aberlin gives it to Queen Sara.
S06E08 Show 1268 28/02/1973 Golfer Carol Mann visits Rogers' television house to show golf equipment. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, X the Owl swings his golf club, inadvertently knocking boxes out of Corny's hands.
S06E09 Show 1269 01/03/1973 Rogers hears Bob Trow lead his a cappella group at Negri's Music Shop. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Corny and Robert Troll want to console X the Owl.
S06E10 Show 1270 02/03/1973 Rogers' telephone isn't working, so the telephone repairman makes a visit.
S06E11 Welcome New Friends (1) 05/03/1973 Rogers tells viewers of the time he had an imaginary friend. Daniel Tiger has an imaginary friend, Malcolm Apricot Dinko, whom he consults to decide whether he should spend the night with Grand-père.
S06E12 Welcome New Friends (2) 06/03/1973 Rogers discusses sleep, with help from the McFeelys. Sunset reaches the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, and Daniel still doesn't believe he can to go to Grand-père's for the night. Donkey Hodie has advertised his need for a helper at Someplace Else.
S06E13 Welcome New Friends (3) 07/03/1973 Rogers hears a harmonica band at Negri's Music Shop. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Donkey Hodie realizes that Malcolm Apricot Dinko cannot help much with harvesting the vegetables.
S06E14 Welcome New Friends (4) 08/03/1973 Mrs. McFeely has a cow named Harriet, and Rogers sees how Harriet is milked. A new arrival to the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Harriet Elizabeth Cow, answers the call for help at Someplace Else.
S06E15 Welcome New Friends (5) 09/03/1973 Ana Platypus is beginning to speak. Harriet Elizabeth Cow is pleased to see her.
S06E16 No One Can Ever Take Your Place 12/03/1973 Lady Elaine Fairchilde decides to make mischief at the welcoming party for Harriet Elizabeth Cow. When a splash of milk ruins the welcoming cake, some believe Malcolm Apricot Dinko, Daniel's imaginary friend, is responsible.
S06E17 Show 1277 13/03/1973 Guy Disalvo visits Rogers' television house to talk of his sugar-cube structure. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Lady Elaine wants to know who Lady Aberlin likes better: Harriet Elizabeth Cow or Lady Elaine.
S06E18 Show 1278 14/03/1973 Lady Aberlin is dressed as a ballerina, dancing with Robert Troll to Lady Elaine's piano music.
S06E19 Show 1279 15/03/1973 Rogers shows crayons rubbings. Later he sees preparations for a variety show at Betty's Little Theater. Ib the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, King Friday wants to rush Prince Tuesday's learning skills.
S06E20 Show 1280 16/03/1973 Joe Negri shows Rogers an accordion at Negri's Music Shop. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Lady Elaine plays an accordion in Someplace Else just to show up Harriet Elizabeth Cow.
S06E21 Show 1281 19/03/1973 Rogers and other neighbors participate at the talent show held at Betty's Little Theater.
S06E22 Show 1282 20/03/1973 Rogers visits Elsie Neal's Craft Shop, where Bill Strickland talks of making clay pots. The Neighborhood of Make-Believe sees Purple Panda, the first of a handful of visitors from the Planet Purple.
S06E23 Show 1283 21/03/1973 The Neighborhood of Make-Believe welcome two new visitors from the Planet Purple, called Paul and Pauline.
S06E24 Show 1284 22/03/1973 Paul and Pauline command that Purple Panda broke a law by rocking in a rocking chair. As a punishment, Purple Panda cannot return to Planet Purple.
S06E25 Show 1285 23/03/1973 Bob Trow is working on a bird house for a wren. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, King Friday has a new wooden bird on a stick called Troglodytes aedon.
S06E26 Show 1286 26/03/1973 Rogers has props for Bob and Judy Brown's production of The Three Little Pigs. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, King Friday wants to buy an airplane.
S06E27 Show 1287 27/03/1973 Don Williamson shows his remote-control model airplane at Rogers' television house. Later in the program, Rogers forgets that the Brown Marionette Company was performing The Three Little Pigs today. Fortunately, it will be held again tomorrow. In between, an airplane salesman visits the Neighborhood of Make-Believe. King Friday purchases a plane and wants Handyman Negri to be the pilot.
S06E28 Show 1288 28/03/1973 Rogers attends the Brown Marionettes' production of The Three Little Pigs. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, King Friday gets word that his airplane will arrive tomorrow.
S06E29 Show 1289 29/03/1973 Rogers works a car horn, a trumpet, and a bicycle horn. When he returns to Negri's Music Shop, he hears trumpeter Ben Benack. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, King Friday gets his plane and hires Yoshi Ito to pilot it.
S06E30 Show 1290 30/03/1973 Marcel Marceau performs pantomime, both in Mister Rogers' television house and the Neighborhood of Make-Believe.
S06E31 Daniel's Birthday (1) 02/04/1973 Daniel Tiger's birthday is coming Friday, and he asks for, among other things, a truck.
S06E32 Daniel's Birthday (2) 03/04/1973 Daniel Striped Tiger shares his birthdate (three days away) with Purple Panda.
S06E33 Daniel's Birthday (3) 04/04/1973 Al Worden shares one of his poems with Rogers. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Daniel wonders if he has made a mistake giving his birthdate to Purple Panda.
S06E34 Daniel's Birthday (4) 05/04/1973 Rogers finds beauty in a rainy day. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Purple Panda overcomes his fear of the rain.
S06E35 Daniel's Birthday (5) 06/04/1973 Rogers visits a lapidarian, who shows how stones and polished. Later Al Worden shows a moon rock in Rogers' kitchen. In between, the Neighborhood of Make-Believe celebrates Daniel's and Purple Panda's birthday.
S06E36 Show 1296 09/04/1973 Rogers works a typewriter specifically used with teleprompters. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Pilot Ito wants to take opera lessons. The King calls John Reardon in to teach her.
S06E37 Show 1297 10/04/1973 Rogers visits a dentist. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, John Reardon agrees to give Pilot Ito opera lessons. The King commissions an opera for Friday, the 13th of April 1973.
S06E38 Show 1298 11/04/1973 Rogers shows a book with pictures of animals' teeth. Mr. McFeely brings animal-sound instruments. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, John Reardon gives opera parts to Lady Aberlin and Harriet Elizabeth Cow.
S06E39 Show 1299 12/04/1973 Rogers shows different kinds of potatoes and shows what happens if they are put in water for a while. He makes up a potato song. Mr. McFeely delivers an ocarina. At the Negri's Music Shop, a blue grass band is rehearsing and explains why their music is bluegrass. In the NOM, Chef Brockett is playing an ocarina and decides to be a potato bug in the opera. John Reardon and Lady Aberlin are still planning the opera and need a king and a pilot. King Friday decides he can't be in the opera. François Clemmons will make a good king, and Miss Ito can be a pilot. Songs: Won't You Be My Neighbor?, Sweet Potato, Who Wants To Be A Cow, Potato Bug Song, Good Feeling.
S06E40 Potato Bugs and Cows 13/04/1973 The Neighborhood of Make-Believe holds its opera on Potato Bugs and Cows. Lady Aberlin plays Priscilla, an unsatisfied cow who wants to be a potato bug.
S06E41 Show 1301 16/04/1973 Rogers hears that Mrs. McFeely is ill. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Queen Sara begins to fall ill.
S06E42 Show 1302 17/04/1973 Rogers visits Mrs. McFeely. In the process, both express their feelings about her illness. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Lady Elaine and Bob Dog show off their bravery.
S06E43 Show 1303 18/04/1973 Susan Linn uses her Cat-a-lion puppet to express sad and happy feelings. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Handyman Negri announces the Queen's illness.
S06E44 Show 1304 19/04/1973 Those in the Neighborhood of Make-Believe decide to play music to help Queen Sara get well.
S06E45 Show 1305 20/04/1973 Rogers has a juicer for Chef Brockett. Those in the Neighborhood of Make-Believe hold a concert to celebrate Queen Sara's recovery from illness.
S06E46 What is Love? (1) 23/04/1973 X the Owl gives leaves for Queen Sara to examine under her microscope.
S06E47 What is Love? (2) 24/04/1973 Rogers helps the McFeelys pack for their upcoming trip to see their grandchildren. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Lady Aberlin wants Queen Sara to identify a leaf.
S06E48 What is Love? (3) 25/04/1973 Rogers meets a woman who makes toys from wood. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, King Friday is dismayed that Harriet Elizabeth Cow has refused to give him her plant. This prompts an argument between King Friday and Queen Sara.
S06E49 What is Love? (4) 26/04/1973 Lady Aberlin wants to know how love works. Just how could loving people argue with one another?
S06E50 What is Love? (5) 27/04/1973 As he takes care of Mrs. McFeely's plants, Rogers says that new plants start from seeds. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Henrietta and Miss Paulifficate imagine what the McFeelys might be doing.
S06E51 Show 1311 30/04/1973 Rogers welcomes back the McFeelys. They share photographs of their grandchildren. One of them, Chrissie Thompson, wears leg braces. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Lady Elaine shows her impatience for Mr. McFeely's return.
S06E52 Show 1312 01/05/1973 Rogers has a ukelele he wants Joe Negri to sell. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Henrietta and Lady Elaine are at odds: both wishes she could be the other.
S06E53 Show 1313 02/05/1973 Henrietta is still stinging from her argument with Lady Elaine. Handyman Negri must console both.
S06E54 Show 1314 03/05/1973 King Friday wants Mr. McFeely to order a rocking throne. The trouble is, Corny is having his nap.
S06E55 Show 1315 04/05/1973 Corny and Miss Paulifficate put the finishing touches on King Friday's rocking throne.
S06E56 Mixed-Up NOM (1) 07/05/1973 Bob Trow helps the McFeelys wallpaper their kitchen. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Lady Elaine uses her boomerang-toomerang-soomerang to rearrange the buildings.
S06E57 Mixed-Up NOM (2) 08/05/1973 Rogers takes a wallpapered container to the McFeelys, who have finished wallpapering their house. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, everyone is confused over the rearranged locales.
S06E58 Mixed-Up NOM (3) 09/05/1973 Bob Trow demonstrates several tools. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, everyone is angry at Lady Elaine. Pilot Ito and Lady Aberlin do their best to remedy the rearrangements.
S06E59 Mixed-Up NOM (4) 10/05/1973 Rogers talks to a glassblower at Elsie Neal's Craft Shop. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Lady Elaine moves all the locales back where they belong. King Friday commissions a Festival of Mad Feelings for the next day.
S06E60 Festival of Mad Feelings 11/05/1973 Rogers visits a drummer in Negri's Music Shop. The Neighborhood of Make-Believe holds its Festival of Mad Feelings.
S06E61 Show 1321 14/05/1973 Morrie Turner, a cartoonist, shows Rogers pictures of several neighbors. Mr. McFeely announces that his grandchildren will visit the neighborhood soon.
S06E62 Show 1322 15/05/1973 Rogers tries on leg braces and works crutches before he visits Chrissie Thompson and Mrs. McFeely. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Mr. McFeely helps Donkey Hodie put the finishing touches on his invention.
S06E63 Show 1323 16/05/1973 Audrey Roth shows Rogers a new game she created. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Grand-père compliments Donkey Hodie for his potato crop.
S06E64 Show 1324 17/05/1973 Rogers talks abot and draws different kinds of stars. Nighttime in the Neighborhood of Make-Believe sees Daniel Tiger and Grand-père making a star for Donkey Hodie.
S06E65 Show 1325 18/05/1973 Rogers hears a barbershop quartet at Negri's Music Shop. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Lady Elaine starts a vocal chorale with Harriet Elizabeth Cow and Lady Aberlin.
S07E01 Show 1326 18/02/1974 Rogers paints the walls of his television house. The Neighborhood of Make-Believe is preparing for a Sweethearts' Concert. X the Owl gets word that the Owl Correspondence School will send him a lesson.
S07E02 Show 1327 19/02/1974 Rogers has finished repainting the living room of his television house. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, a mischievous Prince Tuesday empties Miss Paulifficate's purse during the Make-Believe Sweethearts Concert.
S07E03 Show 1328 20/02/1974 Rogers sees how pizza is made by observing two guests at Brockett's Bakery. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Miss Paulifficate's pizza dough, thrown in the air, lands with an OCS lesson attached.
S07E04 Show 1329 21/02/1974 Bob Trow sets up a train display at his workshop, where he and Rogers discuss relative size. The potato train arrives with a package from the Owl Correspondence School for Harrite Elizabeth Cow. She is to help X the Owl learn about safety.
S07E05 Show 1330 22/02/1974 Elsie Neal has brings a decoration she made from horse chestnuts. Later Ezra Jack Keats, returned from Japan, visits Rogers. In between, the Neighborhood of Make-Believe invites the circus from Westwood.
S07E06 Show 1331 25/02/1974 Elsie Neal presents circus miniatures. Purple Panda returns to the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, but misses the circus and the friends he has there. King Friday tries to get the circus to the NOM.
S07E07 Show 1332 26/02/1974 Sam Kamin, a balloon artist, visits the McFeelys to make animal balloons. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, one Oliver Circus Clown reunites with Purple Panda.
S07E08 Show 1333 27/02/1974 Mrs. McFeely is looking after a Capuchin monkey at her house. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, the King and Oliver Circus Clown reach a compromise by which Purple Panda can rejoin the circus.
S07E09 Show 1334 28/02/1974 Rogers sees the Shadow Box Theatre perform their puppets. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Daniel is afraid of the circus parade passing his Clock.
S07E10 Show 1335 01/03/1974 Ella Jenkins visits Rogers' television house to share songs and musical instruments. The Neighborhood of Make-Believe holds Circus Day. Purple leaves to rejoin the circus.
S07E11 The Missing Clock (1) 04/03/1974 Mr. Rogers searches for his watch. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Daniel works on his Clock, but it disappears.
S07E12 The Missing Clock (2) 05/03/1974 The Neighborhood of Make-Believe launches a search for Daniel's Clock.
S07E13 The Missing Clock (3) 06/03/1974 Mr. Allmine tries to take the sandbox where Prince Tuesday and Daniel are playing. While that is thwarted, he does lead them to the Land of Allmine, where Daniel's Clock stands.
S07E14 The Missing Clock (4) 07/03/1974 Mr. Allmine still refuses to return the Clock to Daniel, but Lady Elaine Fairchilde steps in with a wry trick.
S07E15 The Missing Clock (5) 08/03/1974 Sam Senkow introduces the game of story tag to Rogers. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Mr. Allmine returns Daniel's Clock.
S07E16 Show 1341 11/04/1974 Mr. and Mrs. McFeely tell Rogers that their anniversary is four days away. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Lady Elaine makes a cylinder record on which King Friday's ancestors can be heard.
S07E17 Show 1342 12/03/1974 Rogers' son John shows his molds of animal tracks. Elsie Neal is assigned to make a portrait of Mr. McFeely. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, King Friday asks for a statue of Monday IX, Friday's great-great-great-great grandfather.
S07E18 Show 1343 13/03/1974 Audrey Roth wants to put a mirror in an old frame and present it as an anniversary gift for the McFeelys. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Prince Tuesday sees himself in a mirror while touring the Museum-Go-Round.
S07E19 Show 1344 14/03/1974 Rogers sees what Chef Brockett is making for the McFeelys' anniversary: a mother cat and her kitten. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Elsie Neal and Henrietta Pussycat contribute to the statue of King Monday IX.
S07E20 Show 1345 15/03/1974 Rogers and other neighbors attend a surprise party for the McFeelys' anniversary. The Neighborhood of Make-Believe witnesses the unveiling of the statue of King Monday IX.
S07E21 Show 1346 18/03/1974 Rogers sees the Brown Marionette Company prepare for a performance of The Shoemaker and the Elves. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, a self-billed Master Mister Magic Maker insists on performing magic tricks. To some, he is a mischief maker (and so is Prince Tuesday).
S07E22 Show 1347 19/03/1974 Rogers offers to write music for the Brown Marionettes' production of The Elves, The Shoemaker and the Shoemaker's Wife. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Prince Tuesday breaks the statue of King Monday IX. Lady Elaine is among the neighbors who first let the Prince understand what he has done and then help him repair it.
S07E23 Show 1348 20/03/1974 Chef Brockett has a sale on round baked goods. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, X the Owl needs Handyman Negri to help repair the bell outside Henrietta's house.
S07E24 Show 1349 21/03/1974 Rogers delivers his songs to the Brown Marionettes Theater in preparation for the puppet play the next day. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, X looks for a hide-and-find lesson from the Owl Correspondence School.
S07E25 Show 1350 22/03/1974 The Brown Marionettes perform The ELves, the Shoemaker and the Shoemaker's Wife.
S07E26 Water Flowing and Stopping (1) 25/03/1974 Rogers shows a film of his visit to New York to see François Clemmons. Later Rogers visits an oboist at Negri's Music Shop. In between, some in the Neighborhood of Make-Believe look for X the Owl's OCS lesson. King Friday shows concern that his waterfall remain off most of the time.
S07E27 Water Flowing and Stopping (2) 26/03/1974 Audrey Roth's daughter Holly shows some of her crafts at Rogers' television house. Later Rogers hears a Vietnamese musician at François Clemmons' studio. In between, the Neighborhood of Make-Believe is the perfect place for a magic switch to turn the Castle fountain on or off.
S07E28 Water Flowing and Stopping (3) 27/03/1974 Rogers talks of turning things on and off, such as a flashlight and a water faucet. Later he goes to Elsie Neal's Craft Shop where two people are making a papier-mâché tunnel. In between, the Neighborhood of Make-Believe witnesses a fire at Henrietta Pussycat's house. Prince Tuesday lets Handyman Negri use his squirt bottle to put it out.
S07E29 Water Flowing and Stopping (4) 28/03/1974 Julia Child makes spaghetti Marco Polo at Brockett's Bakery. Smokey Bear visits the Neighborhood of Make-Believe to console Henrietta Pussycat.
S07E30 The History of Planet Purple (1) 29/03/1974 Mike Taylor, a bass player, performs at Negri's Music Shop. Later Rogers begins reading The History of Planet Purple. In between, Handyman Negri and others in the Neighborhood of Make-Believe are surprised to see people from the Planet Purple wearing different colors.
S07E31 The History of Planet Purple (2) 01/04/1974 Rogers continues to read from The History of Planet Purple, explaining that Lady Elaine's visit opened the populace to variety in life. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Paul and Pauline arrive looking for Purple Panda.
S07E32 The History of Planet Purple (3) 02/04/1974 Rogers reads The Owl and the Pussycat. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Lady Aberlin is surprised to see Paul and Pauline with variety in their lives.
S07E33 The History of Planet Purple (4) 03/04/1974 Myra Stone, a silversmith, displays her jewelry at Elsie Neal's Craft Shop. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Lady Elaine is not pleased with the changes at Planet Purple until she discovers those changes came about from her.
S07E34 The History of Planet Purple (5) 04/04/1974 Rogers discusses voting and sees a voting machine at Trow's Workshop. Most in the Neighborhood of Make-Believe oppose the vote to add ""Fairchilde"" at the end of the territory's name.
S07E35 The History of Planet Purple (6) 05/04/1974 Chef Brockett and Barbara Russell apply clown make-up at Betty's Little Theater. Rogers completes his reading The History of Planet Purple. Lady Elaine whisks herself and a panda from the circus for a weekend on Planet Purple.
S07E36 Harvest Festival (1) 08/04/1974 Chef Brockett makes waffles at the McFeelys' house. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, he begins searching for maple syrup. Lady Elaine promises she will make syrup by Thursday.
S07E37 Harvest Festival (2) 09/04/1974 Rogers gets a hole in a bucket repaired. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Lady Elaine wants to go into making maple syrup.
S07E38 Harvest Festival (3) 10/04/1974 Rogers witnesses a Native American family teaching dances to François Clemmons. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Lady Elaine plans to get maple syrup for the harvest festival. To this end, she tries to tap X's oak tree.
S07E39 Harvest Festival (4) 11/04/1974 Lady Elaine Fairchilde tries to get maple syrup from X's Tree. But Chef Brockett helps her remember the brown sugar syrup she enjoyed as a child.
S07E40 Harvest Festival (5) 12/04/1974 Elsie Neal helps Rogers arrange a rock garden at her craft shop. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Lady Elaine gets her bottles of brown sugar syrup ready for the Potato Harvest Festival at Someplace Else.
S07E41 Show 1366 15/04/1974 Rogers' adopted sister visits with her two sons. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Lady Elaine discusses opera roles with John Reardon.
S07E42 Show 1367 16/04/1974 Rogers hears Don Riggs play a washboard at Negri's Music Shop. He also visits the McFeelys' house to see an old-fashioned washing machine. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, X the Owl suggests a role he can play in the upcoming opera.
S07E43 Show 1368 17/04/1974 François Clemmons demonstrates his camera to Rogers. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Clemmons asks to be a photographer in the opera.
S07E44 Show 1369 18/04/1974 Rogers puts a puzzle together and sees how diamonds are cut. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, King Friday XIII grants Yoshi Ito a part in the upcoming opera.
S07E45 All in the Laundry 19/04/1974 The Neighborhood of Make-Believe stages the opera All in the Laundry. In it, Reardon plays a lowly laundromat worker who catches the eye of a handsome lady.
S07E46 Deaf Culture (1) 22/04/1974 Tim Scanlon and Elaine Bromka, from the National Theatre of the Deaf, perform a pantomime of Mary Had a Little LamLamb. X the Owl gets word that a new professor at Owl Correspondence School will teach him a new lesson soon.
S07E47 Deaf Culture (2) 23/04/1974 The National Theatre for the Deaf performs pantomime at Betty's Little Theater. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Henrietta and King Friday express their feelings for X's new teacher.
S07E48 Deaf Culture (3) 24/04/1974 Rogers dyes some Easter eggs. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, X prints all sorts of signs after Professor Scanlon's lessons.
S07E49 Deaf Culture (4) 25/04/1974 Rogers discusses facial expressions vibrations with musical instruments. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, King Friday XIII decides he likes X the Owl's teacher.
S07E50 Deaf Culture (5) 26/04/1974 Tim Scanlon is at Bob Trow's workshop enlarging photographs. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, King Friday wishes to hold a dinner for Professor Scanlon.
S07E51 Show 1376 29/04/1974 Mr. McFeely gives Rogers a pullover shirt from Elsie Neal. Later Rogers hears a marimba and a xylophone at Negri's Music Shop.
S07E52 The Wedding of Lady Elaine? (1) 30/04/1974 Since COrny said Lady Elaine is his best neighbor, she gives him freshly-squeezed orange juice. In his appreciation, Corny gives Lady Elaine a baseball bat. This, she thinks, is a sign that she and Corny are engaged.
S07E53 The Wedding of Lady Elaine? (2) 01/05/1974 John Costa performs his accordion at François Clemmons' studio. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Lady Elaine decides she will marry Corny the following Wednesday. Lady Aberlin feels Corny knows nothing about the engagement.
S07E54 The Wedding of Lady Elaine? (3) 02/05/1974 Rogers meets a weaver at Elsie Neal's Craft Shop. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Elsie Jean and Miss Paulifficate plan for Lady Elaine's shower.
S07E55 The Wedding of Lady Elaine? (4) 03/05/1974 Rogers works a sandsifter and says that only water flows through a bathroom shower. The Neighborhood of Make-Believe holds its shower for Lady Elaine.
S07E56 The Wedding of Lady Elaine? (5) 06/05/1974 Rogers goes to the McFeelys to work a player piano (which Mrs. McFeely was not told about). In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Lady Elaine thinks Joey Hollingsworth will be the best man for her apparent wedding with Corny.
S07E57 The Wedding of Lady Elaine? (6) 07/05/1974 Professor Arne B. Larson shows a few ancient musical instruments at Negri's Music Shop. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Corny leaves on a business trip, ruining Lady Elaine's thoughts of a wedding between them.
S07E58 The Wedding of Lady Elaine? (7) 08/05/1974 Back in Negri's Music Shop, Arne B. Larson demonstrates handmade musical instruments. Those in the Neighborhood of Make-Believe try to get a dour Lady Elaine to attend a party.
S07E59 MGR-TV is On the Air (1) 09/05/1974 Rogers shows all the puppets he uses in the NOM segments. He and Bob Trow (the man behind Harriet Elizabeth Cow) demonstrate the washer-dryer-sorter-dumper. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Lady Elaine overcomes her disappointment of the day before by starting a television station, called MGR-TV.
S07E60 MGR-TV is On the Air (2) 10/05/1974 Rogers shows how a bed tray is used. Lady Elaine Fairchilde puts on cooking shows at MGR-TV. But the station is strapped into inaction because Lady Elaine doesn't have a TV license.
S07E61 Puppets & Feelings (1) 13/05/1974 Rogers shows his driver's license at the beginning of the program. As a favor for Mr. McFeely, he gives a delivery to Trow's workshop. Robert Trow is giving a lesson on silkscreening to a professional artist. The Neighborhood of Make-Believe has waited a weekend for the license for MGR-TV. A few hurdles still have to be cleared. X the Owl and Mr. McFeely have delivered to an empty studio. But Lady Elaine and King Friday arrive in haste, eager to get MGR-TV back on the air.
S07E62 Puppets & Feelings (2) 14/05/1974 Negri's Music Shop has a display of television equipment. Rogers and Negri take turns working the camera and performing music on-screen. Before leaving the shop, Rogers encounters Terri and Chrissy Thompson, who are arranging a puppet show. MGR-TV is still emerging at the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, creating program ideas on the spot. To help a tiring camera operator (Lady Aberlin), Handyman Negri provides a rolling camera attachment.
S07E63 Puppets & Feelings (3) 15/05/1974 Mister Rogers brings with him a collection of puppets from around the world (provided by the Lovelace Marionette Theatre). He then goes to Elsie Neal's shop to find Elsie Neal helping Terri and Chrissy Thompson for their upcoming puppet show. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Lady Elaine is ready to do remote TV work. The first act is Lady Aberlin in a primitive witch costume, which scares Henrietta Pussycat.
S07E64 Puppets & Feelings (4) 16/05/1974 Chrissy Thompson tells a story of how a girl had despised her braces and crutches, but changed her mind thanks to Chrissy's television visits. X the Owl and Lady Aberlin help to comfort Henrietta Pussycat by telling her in song, Witches Aren't Real.
S07E65 Puppets & Feelings (5) 17/05/1974 In preparation for Chrissy and Terri's puppet show, Mister Rogers has made an ""icebox cake"" from chocolate wafers and whipped cream. Before the play, the Neighborhood of Make-Believe finds Lady Aberlin in search of the world's smallest talking witch.
S08E01 Show 1391 17/02/1975 Rogers sees the offices of Audrey Cleans Everything (really a mobile home that converts to an office. Purple Panda returns to the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, as does a lady who now calls herself ""Barbara B. Frisbee.""
S08E02 Show 1392 18/02/1975 Lady Aberlin gives Daniel Striped Tiger a tap-dancing lesson. When Barbara B. Frisbee jokes about her enormous frisbee, Lady Elaine decides that a giant will visit the Neighborhood of Make-Believe.
S08E03 Show 1393 19/02/1975 Rogers lends his antique car to Mr. McFeely. He hears an organist play a fugue by Bach in Negri's Music Shop. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Lady Elaine is still frightening people with talk that the giant frisbee is for a giant.
S08E04 Show 1394 20/02/1975 Rogers gets Barbara Russell's help to remove an ink spot on his shirt. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Barbara B. Frisbee wants everyone to guess what the frisbee is for. . X has the correct guess.
S08E05 Show 1395 21/02/1975 Rogers sees tap dancers at Betty's Little Theater. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Lady Aberlin helps give X the Owl an understanding about clothes and those who wear them.
S08E06 Show 1396 24/02/1975 Queen Sara is looking for Prince Tuesday. It leads to an appeal on MGR-TV.
S08E07 Show 1397 25/02/1975 Rogers builds with blocks and sees a llama at the McFeelys' house. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, some wonder what the Platypus family intends to do with wood blocks.
S08E08 Show 1398 26/02/1975 Rogers illustrates magnetism and plays horseshoes with Bob Trow. At the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Lady Aberlin brings back the old toy horse from years gone by.
S08E09 Show 1399 27/02/1975 Rogers compares a chromaharp and a standing harp.
S08E10 Show 1400 28/02/1975 Lady Aberlin is doing a remote broadcast at MGR-TV to welcome the Platypus family home. This includes an in-studio visit with the Sweetheart trio.
S08E11 Show 1401 03/03/1975 Rogers discusses fasteners before hearing a string quartet practice. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, the Royal family packs for a visit to Westwood and they want Bob Dog to accompany them.
S08E12 Show 1402 04/03/1975 The Royal Family is about to visit Westwood, but someone has to fetch the King's bass.
S08E13 Show 1403 05/04/1975 Jean Worthley of Hodgepodge Lodge tells Rogers abouS making a terrarium. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Tad Frogg is jealous of H.J. Elephant because he has played constantly with Prince Tuesday.
S08E14 Show 1404 06/03/1975 Chef Brockett makes noodle pudding. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Edgar is anxious for the Royal family to return. He is asked to bring his noodle pudding to Westwood.
S08E15 Show 1405 07/03/1975 Rogers talks of the ways people can welcome others. The Neighborhood of Make-Believe welcomes the Royal family home.
S08E16 Wishing and Pretending (1) 10/03/1975 Mr. McFeely shows Rogers leopard frogs. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Prince Tuesday wishes the Frogg family would visit.
S08E17 Wishing and Pretending (2) 11/03/1975 Rogers discusses the fact that, unlike humans, tadpoles transform into frogs. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, the Frogg family visits. Tuesday is worried that all his wishes will come true.
S08E18 Wishing and Pretending (3) 12/03/1975 Rogers mixes his own modeling dough and sees a sculptor at Elsie Neal's Craft Shop. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Lady Elaine reports on MRG-TV that Tuesday is missing. When he is found, he tells his worries about wishes.
S08E19 Wishing and Pretending (4) 13/03/1975 The Brown Marionette Theater is preparing to perform Little Red Riding Hood. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Lady Aberlin wants to act as Red Riding Hood. X will pretend with her only if he is called ""Pretend Wolf.""
S08E20 Wishing and Pretending (5) 14/03/1975 Rogers and McFeely take tickets at the Brown's Marionette Studio and watch the Browns' production of Little Red Riding Hood.
S08E21 Show 1411 17/03/1975 Rogers shows that a captain's lap desk has many compartments. Another such desk is delivered to the Neighborhood of Make-Believe while Black and White Panda visit.
S08E22 Show 1412 18/03/1975 Audrey Roth shows Rogers how her mobile home converts from an office to a living room. The Neighborhood of Make-Believe is curious about a tent that has appeared overnight.
S08E23 Show 1413 19/03/1975 Rogers hears François Clemmons, John Costa and Bert Lloyd playing and singing music at Clemmons' studio. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, the reformed Mr. Allmine invites Daniel and Lady Aberlin to his museum in the Land of Allmine.
S08E24 Show 1414 20/03/1975 Residents of the Neighborhood of Make-Believe try to find Lady Aberlin and Daniel, who did not ask permission to go to the Land of Allmine.
S08E25 Show 1415 21/03/1975 Rogers goes to Brockett's Bakery, where guests are preparing egg-drop soup and fortune cookies. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Lady Aberlin and Lady Elaine discuss the differences between a merry-go-round and the Museum-Go-Round.
S08E26 A Dentist and a Tooth Fairy 24/03/1975 Mr. Rogers has a dental exam. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Edgar Cooke plays Tooth Fairy to take one of Daniel's baby teeth.
S08E27 Energy Crisis (1) 25/03/1975 Rogers goes to Negri's Music Shop to demonstrate the difference between a piano and an organ. Al Worden returns to the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, which is running low on electricity.
S08E28 Energy Crisis (2) 26/03/1975 Rogers visits an exhibition of kinetic art at Elsie Neal's Craft Shop. He then shows how he can make the Trolley go slower. The Trolley does indeed go slow in the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, as their energy source is drained to the marrow.
S08E29 Energy Crisis (3) 27/03/1975 Rogers and Bob Trow discuss efficient energy use. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Al Worden receives the solar power system needed to restore energy there.
S08E30 Show 1420 28/03/1975 Rogers brings a St. Bernard to the McFeelys' house and draws a song there. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, MGR-TV gives Mr. McFeely his own show.
S08E31 Show 1421 31/03/1975 Rogers sees the world's largest guitar at Negri's Music Shop. Handyman Negri plays the world's largest guitar in the Neighborhood of Make-Believe. Reardon calls the King and says he will create an opera about swans.
S08E32 Show 1422 01/04/1975 Rogers operates a machine that simulates the sound of waves crashing. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, several neighbors propose the parts they wish to play in the upcoming opera.
S08E33 Show 1423 02/04/1975 Chef Brockett and Jeff Edwards make taffy at Brockett's Bakery. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Lady Aberlin decides to use taffy and a key in the opera.
S08E34 Show 1424 03/04/1975 Rogers brings a combination lock to a raffle game held at Betty's Little Theater. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Mr. Allmine lands a role in the opera.
S08E35 Key to Otherland 04/04/1975 In this ninth Neighborhood opera, Lady Aberlin plays a girl whose brother finds a key in the sand. She dreams the key opens the door to another land, full of swans, beavers, and a witch with a diabolical passion.
S08E36 Show 1426 07/04/1975 King Friday XIII offers John Reardon a high office in the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, but Reardon is not sure he wants to stay.
S08E37 Show 1427 08/04/1975 Reardon is homesick and must leave the Neighborhood of Make-Believe. Rogers helps the McFeelys make glider planes.
S08E38 Show 1428 09/04/1975 King Friday declares no one may leave the Neighborhood of Make-Believe without his permission. Lady Elaine defies the rule, thanks to her leaf mat. Later in the program, Rogers visits Anne Pellowski, who tells one African folk tale and one Turkish story.
S08E39 Show 1429 10/04/1975 Betty Aberlin is at a beauty parlor, discussing with Rogers uniforms and the people who wear them. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Lady Aberlin is ordered to put Lady Elaine Fairchilde under house arrest.
S08E40 Show 1430 11/04/1975 Rogers invites a baton twirler to his television house. Later Mrs. McFeely shows a film on her work with a bookmobile. In between, Everyone in the Neighborhood of Make-Believe has stayed inside. King Friday now realizes he must revoke his rule that no one leave without his permission.
S08E41 Show 1431 14/04/1975 Rogers sees Bob Trow make a jigsaw puzzle. Those in the Neighborhood of Make-Believe get an understanding of King Friday's rule allowing careful travel.
S08E42 Show 1432 15/04/1975 Rogers helps Natalie Baker look at an apartment she may rent. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Corny gets a new saw but refuses to part with his old one.
S08E43 Show 1433 16/04/1975 Mr. McFeely shows a film of his visit to a flea market. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Corny is reluctant to throw anything away.
S08E44 Show 1434 17/04/1975 Rogers helps the Baker family move into their apartment. The Neighborhood of Make-Believe is nearing its flea market, but Corny decides to keep his old saw.
S08E45 Show 1435 18/04/1975 Rogers goes to Betty's Little Theater to see Ella Jenkins perform with Susan Linn and her puppets. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Lady Elaine stages the flea market.
S08E46 Show 1436 21/04/1975 Rogers listens to African music. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Lady Aberlin gets different reactions about her turban from different neighbors.
S08E47 Show 1437 22/04/1975 Paul Gertner, a magician, shows a few tricks in Rogers' kitchen. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, X and Henrietta must inform Bob Dog the truth about magic tricks.
S08E48 Show 1438 23/04/1975 Rogers watches as a piano is delivered to Mrs. Baker's apartment. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Lady Elaine Fairchilde bothers people with her boomerang-toomerang-soomerang. Lady Aberlin finds that boomerang is just what she needs.
S08E49 Show 1439 24/04/1975 It's Upside Down Amateur Hour on MGR-TV. Thanks to Lady Elaine, Lady Aberlin pours water upside down.
S08E50 Show 1440 25/04/1975 Rogers plays back a tape of his wife's piano recital. The Neighborhood of Make-Believe welcomes back Professor Scanlon, who performs magic tricks.
S08E51 A Rainbow for Prince Tuesday (1) 28/04/1975 Rogers sees a stained glass expert at Bob Trow's workshop. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, King Friday XIII sends Mr. McFeely on a search for a rainbow for Prince Tuesday.
S08E52 A Rainbow for Prince Tuesday (2) 29/04/1975 Lady Elaine stages a bird show at MGR-TV.
S08E53 A Rainbow for Prince Tuesday (3) 30/04/1975 Mr. McFeely continues his search for a rainbow by entering the Land of Allmine. He and Mr. Allmine find a rainbow trout.
S08E54 A Rainbow for Prince Tuesday (4) 01/05/1975 Rogers sees Sylvia Bubalo making greeting cards at Elsie Neal's Craft Shop. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Lady Elaine interviews a butterfly on MGR-TV. Mr. McFeely still can't find a rainbow.
S08E55 A Rainbow for Prince Tuesday (5) 02/05/1975 On an overcast day, Rogers shows an umbrella. Chef Brockett prepares a fruit dish. It rains in the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, prompting a rainbow for Prince Tuesday and everyone else.
S08E56 Show 1446 05/05/1975 Rogers and Marilyn Barnett watch Vija Vetra dance. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Tony Bennett sings on MGR-TV and does a sketch of Lady Elaine.
S08E57 Show 1447 06/05/1975 Rogers sees gymnasts work the bars and sideboards at a gymnasium. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Lady Aberlin informs several neighbors that King Friday's birthday is coming.
S08E58 Show 1448 07/05/1975 Walter Brown weaves baskets at Trow's workshop. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, X and Henrietta think of birthday presents for King Friday.
S08E59 Show 1449 08/05/1975 Rogers plays games with bean bags at Elsie Neal's Craft Shop. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Digger Digorum discovers the perfect gift for King Friday's birthday.
S08E60 Show 1450 09/05/1975 It's King Friday's birthday, and Lady Elaine has a song for him as part of the Neighborhood-wide celebration.
S08E61 Show 1451 12/05/1975 Fred McFalls, one of Rogers' college friend, has made a sculpture of Rogers. At the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, King Friday XIII announces that his college friend, a lizard, will visit later in the week.
S08E62 Show 1452 13/05/1975 Daniel is afraid the visiting lizard will eat him. King Friday reassures everyone that his friend is a vegetarian. Not only that, but ""Princess Margaret H. Lizard"" can change into a witch.
S08E63 Show 1453 14/05/1975 Margaret Hamilton visits the television house to discuss with Rogers her work in the classic film The Wizard of Oz. She appears in the Neighborhood of Make-Believe as a princess who is sometimes a lizard. This Princess Margaret is about to stage a festival for remembering the past.
S08E64 Show 1454 15/05/1975 Mister Rogers plays tapes of past television visits, including a segment from the wedding of King Friday XIII and Queen Sara. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Princess Margaret H. Witch presents a crystal ball that shows the past and tells the future.
S08E65 Show 1455 16/05/1975 Princess Margaret H. Witch has left the crystal ball to the Neighborhood of Make-Believe. At Brockett's Bakery, Rogers sees John Costa's mother making bread.
S09E01 Remembering (1) 16/02/1976 Rogers takes viewers to his garage, which is filled with the show's puppets, scripts, videotapes, and other memorabilia. He and Mr. McFeely watch a videotape of Show 1032. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, X the Owl reminds Lady Aberlin how to prepare the crystal ball for gazing into the future.
S09E02 Remembering (2) 17/02/1976 Rogers brings all the Neighborhood of Make-Believe models to the garage, where he and Betty Aberlin watch a videotape of Show 1013. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Lady Elaine has painted the crystal ball to try and cut down the time needed to look into one's future. But the paint causes no end of problems.
S09E03 Remembering (3) 18/02/1976 Joe Negri goes to Rogers' garage to tape actress Mari Gardner performing nursery rhymes. The Neighborhood of Make-Believe calls out for Princess Margaret H. Witch to remove the paint from the crystal ball.
S09E04 Remembering (4) 19/02/1976 Mister Rogers returns to his garage to replay Chef Brockett's first appearance in the television house. In the Neighborhood of Make Believe, Margaret H. Witch returns to help clean up the disabled crystal ball. But she can't do it without Lady Elaine, who had painted one side of the crystal ball red and the other half blue. When Lady Elaine confesses, she plays the last part in getting the crystal ball back to normal.
S09E05 Remembering (5) 20/02/1976 After replacing a light bulb in the traffic light, Rogers looks back at the tape of Show 1069 and his visit to a police station. He and François Clemmons discuss some of the operas in which Clemmons performed. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Lady Aberlin sees what the future holds for Daniel Striped Tiger and X the Owl.
S09E06 Christmastime with Mister Rogers 00/00/0000 This rarely-televised special shows Rogers at his neighborly best, extending holiday wishes and attending a children's dance. Lady Elaine Fairchilde has a touch of Dickens in the invaluable lesson she is taught.
S09E07 Springtime In Mister Rogers' Neighborhood 00/00/0000 Betty's Little Theater springs a leak in its roof. To raise money to fix it, everyone in the neighborhood stages a performance. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Lady Elaine fantasizes about being a princess.
S10E01 Mister Rogers Talks with Parents About School 19/08/1979 On the eve of Mister Rogers' new era, Rogers is one of a handful of panelists who discuss easing the fear children have about starting school.
S10E02 Starting School (1) 20/08/1979 Mister Rogers takes his television neighbors to a kindergarten classroom at the local school. Prior to beginning Make-Believe, he disguises the Neighborhood Trolley as a school bus with a cardboard cover. The Trolley enters the Neighborhood of Make-Believe with a convincing school bus disguise, arousing everyone's attention. It gets to the point where King Friday XIII decrees that a school shall be built in the neighborhood within three days. After scouting four locations, Lady Aberlin and Handyman Negri decide that the school should be built at Someplace Else. Harriet Elizabeth Cow has agreed to be the teacher for Ana Platypus, Daniel Striped Tiger, and Prince Tuesday.
S10E03 Starting School (2) 21/08/1979 Lady Elaine Fairchilde attempts to get the children of Make-Believe ready for school. Mister Rogers visits the neighborhood school again, this time learning from the first-grade teacher.
S10E04 Starting School (3) 22/08/1979 Mister Rogers gets a beginner's drum lesson at Negri's Music Shop. He also discovers Mr. McFeely is learning to type, prompting an unusual quartet version of "Everybody's Fancy." In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Daniel Striped Tiger tells Lady Aberlin his fears about starting school.
S10E05 Starting School (4) 23/08/1979 Rogers goes to Negri's Music Shop to have some pictures taken of him behind seaside-postcard illustrations of a pirate, a parrot, and a tiger. The Neighborhood of Make-Believe is about to see the school at Someplace Else open.
S10E06 Starting School (5) 24/08/1979 The new school at Someplace Else opens, with an inviting atmosphere for Ana, Prince, and Daniel. To finish his school lecture, Mister Rogers rides on a school bus.
S10E07 Mister Rogers Talks to Parents About Superheroes 03/02/1980 This panel program, recorded before a live audience previews the upcoming week of Mister Rogers' Neighborhood devoted to children's fears and beliefs. Includes footage of Rogers' talk with Bill Bixby about The Incredible Hulk.
S10E08 Superheroes (1) 04/02/1980 In his first visit to Robert Trow's workshop since 1975, Rogers finds Trow making wooden blocks. He asks Rogers to use something "super" to use in his invention. Before leaving, Rogers watches Mr. McFeely's video clip of a dinosaur paintings. The Neighborhood of Make-Believe is full of scary talk. Prince Tuesday has been having bad dreams about a dinosaur wearing a crown. He tries to counter with a "super funnel."
S10E09 Superheroes (2) 05/02/1980 Rogers brings model dinosaurs and takes viewers to a dinosaur hall at a natural history museum. Between these ventures, a dinosaur with a crown appears in the Neighborhood of Make-Believe–really a skeptical Purple Panda in costume. This is all part of Lady Elaine's ploy to scare the neighbors.
S10E10 Superheroes (3) 06/02/1980 Rogers visits Universal Studios to see Bill Bixby and Lou Ferrigno during a shoot of The Incredible Hulk. The Neighborhood of Make-Believe residents are still in awe of a dionsaur (who is really Purple Panda in disguise).
S10E11 Superheroes (4) 07/02/1980 Rogers returns to the film studios to speak with Lou Ferrigno and Bill Bixby. Mr. McFeely shows his video of how Ferrigno in make-up to look like The Incredible Hulk. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, everyone discusses the dinosaur (Purple Panda in costume). Lady Aberlin wishes to prove that the dinosaur is not real.
S10E12 Superheroes (5) 08/02/1980 Rogers remembers the day he operated a backhoe and a high-lift. At his bakery, Chef Brockett reveals how he makes tapioca pudding. Everyone in the Neighborhood of Make-Believe now hatches a plan to reveal that Purple Panda is the one playing to be a dinosaur.
S10E13 Mister Rogers Makes an Opera: The Story of Bubble Trouble (1) 19/05/1980 Guest Jay O'Callahan tells a story about a king trapped in an enormous soap bubble. When King Friday XIII asks for a bubble that lasts, no one can help, until Reardon calls.
S10E14 Mister Rogers Makes an Opera: How People Make Sweaters (Bubbleland) (2) 20/05/1980 Rogers finds a bubble-making machine and a knitting machine at Bob Trow's workshop. Later on, Mr. McFeely shows a video of how people make sweaters in a factory. In between, Reardon visits the Neighborhood of Make-Believe. Lady Aberlin decides she will be a sweater-maker for the upcoming opera.
S10E15 Mister Rogers Makes an Opera (Bubbleland) (3) 21/05/1980 Rogers sees Chef Brockett's treats made from bananas. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, the schoolchildren provide ideas for the upcoming opera.
S10E16 Mister Rogers Makes an Opera: Exploring the Wind (Bubbleland) (4) 22/05/1980 Mister Rogers visits a weather station and helps launch a weather balloon. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Handyman Negri is named to play the Wind in the upcoming Bubbleland Opera.
S10E17 Mister Rogers Makes an Opera: Windstorm in Bubbleland Opera (5) 23/05/1980 The opera Windstorm in Bubbleland takes up the entire program. In it, a news team promises ""There's never any trouble here in Bubbleland."" What they don't know is that a windstorm is approaching. It's the by-product of a chemical company's aerosol spray. While all the residents are worried about their bubbles, Hildegarde Hummingbird strives to protect the people from the giant wind.
S11E01 Mister Rogers Talks to Parents About Divorce 15/02/1981 Rogers is again part of a panel discussion, fielding questions from parents.
S11E02 Divorce (1) 16/02/1981 Mr. McFeely relives memories of his wedding. Previewing the Neighborhood of Make-Believe storyline, Prince Tuesday befriends a girl whose parents are divorced.
S11E03 Divorce (2) 17/02/1981 Rogers visits a bakery to see people making pretzels. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, the King and Queen squabble about buying a new plane. It upsets Prince Tuesday to the boiling point.
S11E04 Divorce (3) 18/02/1981 Rogers recalls the day he test-drove an electric car. Later he meets a boy in a wheelchair, who describes some of his physical handicaps. In between, the Neighborhood of Make-Believe continues its all-out search for Prince Tuesday. When found, he has a mix of emotions.
S11E05 Divorce (4) 19/02/1981 Joe Negri shows Rogers a rack of musical instruments that have either been repaired or are in need in repair. They meet Earl Grollman, a counselor who has written a book on divorce for children. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Prince Tuesday finally shares his emotions with his family.
S11E06 Divorce (5) 20/02/1981 Rogers wears a false-face to show that he is still himself inside. In Make-Believe, the Royal Electric Plane-Car arrives via a clown courier. Behind that mask is Chuck Aber, who has been divorced and doesn't see much of his children. Thus, Prince Tuesday can relate to Aber's feelings. Corny reveals his secret: he is now making rocking-chair-shaped pretzels. Mister Rogers concludes his visit by showing viewers the ins and outs of an airplane.
S11E07 Mister Rogers Talks to Parents About Competition 31/05/1981 Rogers is part of a panel discussion before an audience of parents discussing combative attitudes.
S11E08 Competition (1) 01/06/1981 King Friday decrees a ""Draw the Neighborhood Contest,"" something which Lady Elaine Fairchilde wants to win.
S11E09 Competition (2) 02/06/1981 Mister Rogers visits an art museum to look carefully at various genres of paintings. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Henrietta Pussycat is upset when she hears Big Bird will visit X the Owl.
S11E10 Competition (3) 03/06/1981 After reflecting on his discussion with Andrew Wyeth, Rogers helps to console Chef Brockett. The Neighborhood of Make-Believe welcomes Big Bird, who enters his drawing for the Draw the Neighborhood Contest.
S11E11 Competition (4) 04/06/1981 Rogers meets Lynn Swann at a dance class. Swann enters in his Pittsburgh Steeler uniform, then changes into something more suitable for a dance lesson. as the Neighborhood of Make-Believe Drawing Contest nears an end, Lady Aberlin discovers that Ana has drawn a picture of the Neighborhood and all its neighbors.
S11E12 Competition (5) 05/06/1981 Mister Rogers wants to create a rainbow, but he needs Mr. McFeely's help. King Friday XIII selects the winner of the ""Draw the Neighborhood"" contest.
S11E13 Play (1) 20/07/1981 Bob Dog volunteers to get a ball stuck in X's tree, but he falls and hurts his leg. When King Friday XIII hears of the accident, he bars play from the Neighborhood of Make-Believe.
S11E14 Play (2) 21/07/1981 Lady Elaine is so incensed with King Friday's no-play rule that she moves herself and the Museum-Go-Round to another neighborhood.
S11E15 Play (3) 22/07/1981 In defiance of King Friday's rule, the schoolchildren set up a play area at the point where the Museum-Go-Round used to be. Prince Tuesday challenges King Friday up front about the no-play rule.
S11E16 Play (4) 23/07/1981 King Friday realizes just how important play is and repeals the rule, much to everyone's delight. All they need is to inform Lady Elaine.
S11E17 Play (5) 24/07/1981 Rogers walks stilts outside his porch. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Bob Dog and Purple Panda volunteer to talk Lady Elaine to bring the Museum-Go-Round and herself back.
S12E01 Mister Rogers Talks to Parents About Discipline 28/02/1982 In this 30-minute special, Rogers talks with children and parents alike about punishment and setting limits.
S12E02 Discipline (1) 01/03/1982 At his Music Shop, Negri demonstrates a player piano and shows Rogers a video on how player piano rolls are made. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, an overworked Cornflake S. Pecially (Corny) is trying to make miniature trolleys in addition to rocking chairs and pretzels.
S12E03 Discipline (2) 02/03/1982 Rogers goes to a factory to see how people make dolls. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, an overeager X the Owl presses Corny into making Friday XIII dolls. That's be more than anybody can handle, especially a jealous Lady Elaine.
S12E04 Discipline (3) 03/03/1982 Mister Rogers tells of the promise he had made to himself years before, leading to a film of Rogers swimming. He also reminds viewers that one cannot coast through anything, that one must keep trying. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, King Friday XIII is enraged that Lady Elaine has defaced the King Friday dolls at Corny's factory.
S12E05 Discipline (4) 04/03/1982 Mister Rogers talks with Peggy Fleming, who is practicing at a nearby arena. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Lady Elaine knows she will be punished for defacing the King Friday dolls. She suggests that she work at Corny's factory for two days.
S12E06 Discipline (5) 05/03/1982 Mister Rogers brings a blanket and shows a video on how blankets are made. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Lady Elaine keeps Corny's factory running smoothly. She convinces Corny to manufacture only rocking chairs. Thus Corny bails out of pretzel-making after just a year.
S12E07 Mister Rogers Talks to Parents About Pets 30/05/1982 Rogers previews the upcoming week of programs on pets, and also delves into subject areas not covered on the five half-hours.
S12E08 Pets (1) 31/05/1982 Rogers visits the home of Adelia Moore, who has been crafting many dolls and quilts for her children. On his return to the television house, he shows a film of people celebrating a doll's 100th birthday. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, everyone is preparing gifts for Ana Platypus's upcoming birthday.
S12E09 Pets (2) 01/06/1982 Robert Trow calls Mister Rogers to ask if he can look after his dog the next night. At the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, King Friday and Lady Elaine suggest the type of pet to give Ana for her birthday.
S12E10 Pets (3) 02/06/1982 Mrs. McFeely stops by with a parrot before Robert Trow brings his dog, Barney, to Mister Rogers for the night. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Daniel is starting to lament over the shabby fire truck he is trying to build for Ana's birthday. King Friday XIII gets disturbed over a talking parrot.
S12E11 Pets (4) 03/06/1982 Mister Rogers reflects on his walk with Barney (film insert) before his owner, Robert Trow, collects him. At the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, a few are anxious for Ana's birthday to arrive the next morning.
S12E12 Pets (5) 04/06/1982 Rogers visits the Washington National Zoo, where Barbara Bingham invites him to help feed the pandas. The Neighborhood of Make-Believe holds a big parade for Ana's birthday, but that doesn't prevent Ana from a quiet birthday party with her friends. In the last minute Rogers, for the first time, does sign language for ""I Love You.""
S12E13 Mister Rogers Talks to Parents About Make-Believe 27/06/1982 The next five programs will be titled ""Mister Rogers Talks About Make-Believe."" Togers provides parents with a few guidelines not exactly covered in these upcoming programs.
S12E14 Creativity: Spoons! How People Make Them and Play Them (1) 28/06/1982 After displaying an array of spoons, Mister Rogers introduces the song Let's Think Of Something To While We're Waiting before a spoon-player visits. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, King Friday gives a proclamation for Lady Aberlin and Robert Troll to make a mountain beside the castle.
S12E15 Creativity: A Visit to the Emergency Room (2) 29/06/1982 Mr. McFeely brings slides of various trees to show on Picture-Picture. Make-Believe is cut short when, in decorating the Eiffel Tower with trees, Queen Sara sprains her arm. This gives Rogers twenty minutes to talk about hospitals and emergency rooms.
S12E16 Creativity: Seatbelts and How they Are Installed (3) 30/06/1982 When Chuck Aber retrieves his lost cat at Mister Rogers' television house, they discuss seat belts and car seats for infants. King Friday XIII climbs the mountain made from the Eiffel Tower to sip imaginary tea. Once there, he asks to organize an opera for the next Friday. Near the end, Mister Rogers presents clips of four previous operas (three of which would never air after 1994).
S12E17 Creativity: Getting Ready for an Opera (4) 01/07/1982 Rogers makes popcorn in his kitchen. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, King Friday and others discover they will have to stage an opera without Reardon.
S12E18 Creativity: A Neighborhood Opera - 02/07/1982 The Neighborhood of Make-Believe stages its Spoon Mountain opera. A mean figure called Wicked Knife and Fork kidnaps a baton-twirling cat and takes him to Spoon Mountain. It's the same mountain given to a queen for her birthday.
S13E01 Friends (1) 15/11/1982 Rogers brings a display of some of his friends. In the middle of the display is his longtime friend Buzz Wagner, from whom Rogers buys a pair of shoes. The Neighborhood of Make-Believe residents learn a few things about sharing.
S13E02 Friends (2) 16/11/1982 Mr. McFeely takes Rogers to Betty Aberlin's house for a sing-along with a few children. At the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, a turkey gives messages to Lady Elaine and Robert Troll. They are to bring banners and large balloons to the Neighborhood Picnic in two days' time.
S13E03 Friends (3) 17/11/1982 Mister Rogers sees the ins and outs of a restaurant. Among the notes distributed to Make-Believers are three parts toward making a fruit salad. This tests the teamwork of Lady Aberlin, X the Owl and Henrietta Pussycat.
S13E04 Friends (4) 18/11/1982 Rogers visits Betty Aberlin's little theater for a performance of fife and drums. The Neighborhood of Make-Believe holds its picnic for friends—but Lady Aberlin forgets to take Daniel Striped Tiger there.
S13E05 Friends (5) 19/11/1982 Robert Trow gives a demonstration of pulleys at his workshop. The Neighborhood of Make-Believe tells a separate story with a rainy outcome.
S13E06 Games (1) 07/02/1983 Rogers shows a video on how people make towels. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe,a salesman informs King Friday XII of an upcoming letter from the Make-Believe Olympic Games Committee.
S13E07 Games (2) 08/02/1983 Bob Trow has made a rocking chair for Rogers to borrow for the day. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Cornflake S. Pecially has two new chairs, with which Lady Aberlin and Bob Dog play a stop-and-go game.
S13E08 Games (3) 09/02/1983 Rogers and Mr. McFeely go to a place where robots are assembled. One such robot measures off the Neighborhood of Make-Believe for the upcoming Olympic Games.
S13E09 Games (4) 10/02/1983 Brockett's Bakery is making and selling cakes designed to look like Make-Believe characters. Indeed, Chef Brockett has a couple of video arcade games to promote his cake sale. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, X the Owl finds he is better at some of the planned Olympic Games than others. But the Olympic plans hit a wall when Lady Elaine Fairchilde makes snow fall.
S13E10 Games (5) 11/02/1983 Rogers shows a new board game some friends based on the Neighborhood of Make-Believe. Later in the program, Ella Jenkins shares some childhood stories and songs. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, the children collectively figure out a way to stop the snowfall and permit the Make-Believe Olympic Games to begin.
S13E11 Mister Rogers Talks to Parents About Day Care 24/04/1983 Previews the "Day Care & Night Care" programs with the gentle respect viewers have come to expect from Mister Rogers.
S13E12 Day Care & Night Care (1) 25/04/1983 Mister Rogers follows Mr. McFeely as he delivers snacks to a day care center, where Rogers gets a quick tour. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, King Friday and Queen Sara have been invited to another neighborhood to lecture together on crown-keeping and child-rearing.
S13E13 Day Care & Night Care (2) 26/04/1983 Rogers brings an array of zippered goods to his television house, and shows a video on how zippers are made. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Prince Tuesday says goodbye to his parents as his night-and-day care giver arrives.
S13E14 Day Care & Night Care (3) 27/04/1983 Chuck Aber and Prince Tuesday observe the balloon room in the Museum-Go-Round. Handyman Negri assures Prince Tuesday that King Friday and Queen Sara are coming back.
S13E15 Day Care & Night Care (4) 28/04/1983 A friend gives Rogers pointers on how to take care of fish. Nighttime at the Neighborhood of Make-Believe finds Prince Tuesday recover from a bad dream.
S13E16 Day Care & Night Care (5) 29/04/1983 Rogers visits a bakery plant where graham crackers are made. The Neighborhood of Make-Believe welcomes back King Friday and Queen Sara.
S14E01 Conflict (1) 07/11/1983 Rogers sees a collection of toy banks. The Neighborhood of Make-Believe wants to buy a record player for the school, but something else grabs King Friday's attention. Why is Corny making all those parts for Southwood?
S14E02 Conflict (2) 08/11/1983 Rogers goes to the U.S. Mint in Philadelphia to see how coins are made. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, a shallow King Friday jumps to the conclusion that Southwood is making bombs, and he wants to counter.
S14E03 Conflict (3) 09/11/1983 Rogers demonstrates a Brailler. He then visits a cave to see the petroglyphs of an earlier civilization. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Lady Elaine and Lady Aberlin are determined to prove that Southwood is a peaceful neighborhood.
S14E04 Conflict (4) 10/11/1983 Rogers shows a video on how people make marbles. The Neighborhood of Make-Believe sends a peace delegation to Southwood, where the residents have used all those parts to make a bridge.
S14E05 Conflict (5) 11/11/1983 Rogers brings a record player to his kitchen and shows a video on how record players are made. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, a festival of peace prompts Keith David to help the School at Someplace Else.
S14E06 Work (1) 02/04/1984 Mister Rogers takes viewers to the U.S. Postal Service headqaurters for an inside look and engraving and printing stamps. The Neighborhood of Make-Believe issues its annual report of services to neighbors. It turns out they have a surplus of 3,000 (no monetary unit attached).
S14E07 Work (2) 03/04/1984 Rogers visits a dairy farm to see cows milked. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, King Friday meets with a representative of a pool company. They reach a compromise by which the NOM can afford to build a new swimming pool.
S14E08 Work (3) 04/04/1984 Mister Rogers needs a washer for his kitchen faucet. He barters washers with Bob Trow, who is busy working on a water pump. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, construction crews unearth the old water pipes, all of which seem to leak.
S14E09 Work (4) 05/04/1984 Rogers goes to a grocery store and takes a look behind the scenes. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Daniel suggests the pool money be spent on new pipes for the neighborhood.
S14E10 Work (5) 06/04/1984 In the ultimate reality check, Mister Rogers reveals his television house is part of a television studio, as viewers glance at some of the technical crew and the musicians. Rogers also shares pictures of his days as puppeteer of The Children's Corner in the 1950s. The Neighborhood of Make-Believe finishes the new underground system of water pipes. While others are working on their disappointments, Westwood Mayor Maggie has good news in store for everyone.
S14E11 Grandparents (1) 07/05/1984 Mister Rogers takes the Neighborhood Trolley to a trolley museum. He rides one of the restored trolleys in one direction and pilots it back to the starting point. Back at the television house, Mister Rogers shows the controls with which he operates the Neighborhood Trolley. As Make-Believe starts, the Neighborhood Trolley and everyone else is surprised with another trolley whose name (translated from French) means ""Grandparents' Express."" It has a message for Grand-père: his granddaughter Colette is visiting.
S14E12 Grandparents (2) 08/05/1984 Rogers makes a wind chime out of straws and shows a video of people making straws. Collette visits the Neighborhood of Make-Believe. Privately, Daniel is upset because he doesn't have a grandfather.
S14E13 Grandparents (3) 09/05/1984 Rogers talks about the time he enjoyed with his grandparents. The Neighborhood of Make-Believe sees Collette and Chuck Aber at the school, and they learn that Daniel Tiger wants a grandfather.
S14E14 Grandparents (4) 10/05/1984 Rogers visits an aquarium. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, John Reardon visits to help Daniel and others put together an opera.
S14E15 Grandparents (5) 11/05/1984 The Neighborhood of Make-Believe presents the opera A Granddad for Daniel, composed by Fred Rogers and arranged by John Costa. In it, Daniel Striped Tiger plays the son looking for someone to call his grandfather. John Reardon plays a man who follows Daniel and his mother on a trolley ride through various exotic areas.
S15E01 Food (1) 19/11/1984 Mister Rogers enters with Hischer Booptrunk (his ventriloquist dummy) and tells a story of how his sister tried to feed Hischer, thinking he was hungry. Rogers then visits a place where applesauce is made. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, X the Owl wants to grow vegetables of his own, but he must be patient, these "speedy seeds" take a day to grow.
S15E02 Food (2) 20/11/1984 Rogers mixes granola for several neighbors and shows viewers how tofu is manufactured. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, X the Owl is puzzled that the food grown from his speedy seeds, has been taken.
S15E03 Food (3) 21/11/1984 The ""garden guards"" in the Neighborhood of Make-Believe catch the hungry culprit, the Old Goat from Northwood. Only then do they realize Northwood has no food. The King arranges for an all-out effort to grow food for their Northwood neighbors.
S15E04 Food (4) 22/11/1984 Rogers goes to the soup division of Heinz Foods to see how people make soup in factories. The Neighborhood of Make-Believe keeps its promise to grow food for Northwood. But Daniel Tiger thinks he can grow a vegetable soup tree.
S15E05 Food (5) 23/11/1984 Mister Rogers visits the home of music director and close friend John Costa, who is preparing a pasta dinner. (Costa makes noodles from scratch.) As the all-out effort for Northwood comes to a close, Bob Dog tells Daniel Tiger the truth about the ""vegetable soup tree.""
S15E06 No and Yes (1) 04/02/1985 A game of peekaboo ends with Rogers presenting a portrait of his father, painted by Dianne Dengle. She has asked Mister Rogers to pose for his own portrait, which she paints with bits of rolled-up newspaper. The Neighborhood of Make-Believe welcomes James Michael Jones, a specialist in ""Exactly Like Me"" portraits (mirrors). Jones announces that he is moving to Southwood, where he will marry Betty Okonak Templeton.
S15E07 No and Yes (2) 05/02/1985 Mister Rogers brings flowers to remind people of a lesson he learned when he was a boy. Mr. McFeely brings a video on how people make tricycles. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Prince Tuesday disobeys an order from King Friday XIII and is punished for trying to ride the royal tricycle. Meanwhile, Daniel Striped Tiger expresses doubts of being the ring bearer at the wedding of James Michael Jones and Betty Okonak Templeton. At the end of the program, Dianne Dengle is ready to present her portrait of Mister Rogers. It shows him encircled with some of the Neighborhood of Make-Believe characters.
S15E08 No and Yes (3) 06/02/1985 After a visit from a young breakdancer named Jermaine, Mister Rogers is reunited with Chrissie Thompson, one of Mr. McFeely's granddaughters. Rogers presents her with a butterfly necklace as a symbol of freedom. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Ana Platypus is mad that she does not have an active role in the upcoming wedding. Lady Aberlin tells Ana her attending the service is of an importance that all will see.
S15E09 No and Yes (4) 07/02/1985 Rogers goes to Brockett's Bakery to see José Cisneros' specialty: rice with milk. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Lady Aberlin and Betty Okonak Templeton give ring-bearer Daniel a tip to keep the wedding ring on the pillow.
S15E10 No and Yes (5) 08/02/1985 Rogers visits Eva Kwong at her house. Several from the Neighborhood of Make-Believe go to Southwood to attend the wedding of Betty Okonak Templeton and James Michael Jones.
S15E11 Music (1) 13/05/1985 Rogers walks off stage to meet the show's house band. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, King Friday agrees to hold a Bass Violin Festival. The trouble is, not everyone can play the bass violin. Lady Elaine begins to see around that problem.
S15E12 Music (2) 14/05/1985 Yo-Yo Ma, one of Rogers' closest friends, plays his cello at Negri's Music Shop. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Miss Paulifficate suggests doing a dance in a bass violin costume for the festival.
S15E13 Music (3) 15/05/1985 Ella Jenkins and Chuck Aber stop by for folk songs that keep everyone moving. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Lady Aberlin doesn't know how to approach her offer to dance with a bass violin for the festival. Daniel suggests Lady Aberlin tell the truth to King Friday.
S15E14 Music (4) 16/05/1985 Rogers visits a brass quintet. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Lady Aberlin and Handyman Negri meet the Royal trumpeters.
S15E15 Music (5) 17/05/1985 Rogers visits a man with a wide assortment of musical instruments. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, everyone hurries over to Westwood, where the Bass Violin Festival is held.
S16E01 Families (1) 25/11/1985 Most of this show is devoted to oranges. Mister Rogers plants an orange seed and, with Mr. McFeely, shows a sequence on how orange juice is made. Rogers then drops by Brockett's Bakery, which has a sales display of several soy foods. The Neighborhood of Make-Believe sees more of the same, as Lady Aberlin distributes orange juice to the neighbors. But the tempo of the week changes when she and X the Owl learn that Cousin Mary Owl will arrive the next day.
S16E02 Families (2) 26/11/1985 Before Cousin Mary arrives, X the Owl and Lady Aberlin go to Southwood to discover that Betty and James Michael Jones have adopted a daughter.
S16E03 Families (3) 27/11/1985 Rogers visits a girl's check-up at a pediatrician's office. During Make-Believe, Betty and James Michael Jones name their adopted daughter Carrie Dell.
S16E04 Families (4) 28/11/1985 Robert Trow shows two puppies in Rogers' yard and delivers a film of different families in the neighborhood. With the Neighborhood of Make-Believe's cousin reunion nearing, Bob Dog and Ana Platypus adopt each other as cousins.
S16E05 Families (5) 29/11/1985 Mister Rogers goes behind the scenes at the Penguin Encounter. Daniel Striped Tiger is tentative about attending the cousins' reunion.
S16E06 Making and Creating (1) 03/02/1986 Rogers plays at his sand table. Later he and Mr. McFeely go to a miniature golf course. In between, Lady Elaine Fairchilde inspires the Neighborhood of Make-Believe by putting a car cover on the Trolley. This inspires everyone to make covers for a Museum-Go-Round exhibit.
S16E07 Making and Creating (2) 04/02/1986 Eva Kwong and her grandmother make dumplings at Brockett's Bakery. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Corny contributes a rocking chair with a horse cover for Lady Elaine's exhibit, but the chair flies away.
S16E08 Making and Creating (3) 05/02/1986 Mr. McFeely demonstrates a new chair for Rogers and shows a video on how people make rocking horses. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Lady Elaine accepts covers from neighbors in Westwood and Southwood. One exhibit not in her Museum-Go-Round is the rocking chair with the horse cover, which is flying above the Tree.
S16E09 Making and Creating (4) 06/02/1986 Rogers shows a kitten and talks with two poets on his porch. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Chuck Aber fools the Royal family with his King Friday cover.
S16E10 Making and Creating (5) 07/02/1986 Mister Rogers takes viewers to the construction site of a playground that both children and adults designed. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, the horse-covered rocking chair must stop flying around, but only someone who is brave and doesn't know it, can coax it down.
S16E11 Celebrations (1) 05/05/1986 King Friday XIII wants everyone to celebrate the imminent arrival of Friday's Comet. For her part, Lady Elaine Fairchilde is busy planning a surprise birthday party for a dour Henrietta Pussycat.
S16E12 Celebrations (2) 06/05/1986 Rogers visits a planetarium. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, King Friday intensifies the imposed celebrations for the imminent arrival of Friday's Comet.
S16E13 Celebrations (3) 07/05/1986 Rogers hears Wynton Marsalis at Negri's Music Shop. It's nighttime in the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, and Lady Elaine is planning to disprove the talk that the upcoming comet is Friday's.
S16E14 Celebrations (4) 08/05/1986 Friday's Comet arrives in the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, bearing a note that neither King Friday nor anyone else will forget. They all go to the Museum-Go-Round for Henrietta's surprise birthday party.
S16E15 Celebrations (5) 09/05/1986 It's time for the opera A Star for Kitty, in which a kitten wishes on a half-moon and has a vivid dream about the night sky.
S17E01 Playthings (1) 24/11/1986 Rogers visits 15-year-old Chainey Umphrey III at the neighborhood gym. Also there is Chuck Aber, working with his H.J. Elephant III puppet. In a real rarity, Aber appears in the Neighborhood of Make-Believe working the H.J. Elephant III puppet. Together they visit Lady Elaine, who talks of a toy that no one has seen.
S17E02 Playthings (2) 25/11/1986 Rogers takes a tour of the Little Tikes Company, observing the design and manufacture of children's toys. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Lady Aberlin reveals the present addressed to Queen Sara. It's a bicycle for Prince Tuesday, who is told, ""Life is good.""
S17E03 Playthings (3) 26/11/1986 Mr. McFeely shows a video of his visit to an air traffic control tower. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, H.J. Elephant is searching for a flying key. He finds it on Prince Tuesday's new bicycle.
S17E04 Playthings (4) 27/11/1986 The Neighborhood of Make-Believe appears at a standstill. Lady Aberlin has the magic key that she hopes will open the door to a closed room in the Museum-Go-Round. What she and a couple of neighbors don't count on is that Lady Elaine is absent. All of them must wait for her return before they can try to work the key. Afterward, Rogers finds Bobby Rawsthorne demonstrating odd musical instruments at Negri's Music Shop.
S17E05 Playthings (5) 28/11/1986 Rogers shows a videotape of his visit to Lucy, the wooden elephant on the Jersey coast. He then takes viewers to the toy-lending library. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Lady Elaine finally opens the door to the locked room in the Museum-Go-Round. What they find is left to their imagination.
S17E06 Dance (1) 09/03/1987 Daniel Striped Tiger receives a tai chi lesson in a Neighborhood of Make-Believe that is only half-raining.
S17E07 Dance (2) 10/03/1987 Rogers sees killer whales Shamu and Namu dancing with people at Sea World. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Lady Elaine sets up a dance studio and invites only the females. The reason? According to her, men don't dance.
S17E08 Dance (3) 11/03/1987 Rogers sees Sam Weber demonstrating his tap-dancing skills. Mr. McFeely shows a videotape on how people make shoes. (Not sneakers—that's for a later show.) Sam Weber visits the Neighborhood of Make-Believe to disprove Lady Elaine's belief that men don't dance.
S17E09 Dance (4) 12/03/1987 Rogers visits the Dance Theatre of Harlem. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Lady Elaine changes the name of her dance studio and sends dance invitations to all the men (except Grand-père, which goes unexplained).
S17E10 Dance (5) 13/03/1987 Rogers visits an expert weaver and helps in making a scarf. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Lady Elaine invites the Junior Tamburitzans to her studio.
S17E11 Making Mistakes (1) 04/05/1987 Rogers shows a picture book of animals, in which the skunk and giraffe are not identified correctly. Susan Linn enters with the puppets shw uses in talking to children. Those puppets play a major role in the Neighborhood of Make-Believe all week. One of them, Audrey Duck, has her feelings hurt.
S17E12 Making Mistakes (2) 05/05/1987 Mr. McFeely brings the corrected animal book. He shows a videotape on how people make books. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Audrey Duck is overwhelmed with the thought of reading her poem to so many people.
S17E13 Making Mistakes (3) 06/05/1987 Chuck Aber must fill in at the television house while Rogers goes to a meeting. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, a visiting Mr. Skunk feels embarrassed because, in a frightened moment, he sprayed Audrey Duck and the surroundings.
S17E14 Making Mistakes (4) 07/05/1987 Rogers hears André Watts play the piano at a recital hall. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Audrey Duck is ashamed to show herself.
S17E15 Making Mistakes (5) 08/05/1987 Rogers goes to Brockett's Bakery for a sing-along. He also consoles Chef Brockett. The Neighborhood of Make-Believe stages its much-anticipated poetry reading, with Audrey Duck at the center of attention.
S18E01 Alike and Different (1) 23/11/1987 Rogers attends an antique car show. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Mayor Maggie and Queen Sara agree to change jobs for a day.
S18E02 Alike and Different (2) 24/11/1987 Rogers brings to the television house a set of children's books in different languages. Mr. McFeely brings a videotape of children's TV shows from three different countries. The longest sequence (four minutes) is from a popular Russian kids' show.
S18E03 Alike and Different (3) 25/11/1987 Robert Trow dresses up in his Bob Dog costume so that Mister Rogers can compare a real hound (which he brought) to a man in a dog costume. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, everyone except Prince Tuesday knows Mayor Maggie and Queen Sara will trade places for a day. This leads to the inevitable misunderstanding.
S18E04 Alike and Different (4) 26/11/1987 Jeffrey Gabel, a circus clown and cook, prepares strudel at Brockett's Bakery. In Make-Believe, Queen Sara and Mayor Maggie trade places for a day, or at least until a mix-up occurs with two clowns (Gabel and Brockett).
S18E05 Alike and Different (5) 27/11/1987 Jeff Gabel surprises Mister Rogers by showing a few peeps. Later in the program, Rogers goes to the circus, where Gabel puts on his clown make-up. In between, the Neighborhood of Make-Believe finds Lady Aberlin in a chicken costume, much to Daniel Striped Tiger's dismay. Aberlin gives sound advice to Daniel and to Nancy Caterpillar.
S18E06 Nighttime (1) 07/03/1988 Mister Rogers closes the curtains in his television house to resemble nighttime. It's the perfect backdrop for Mr. McFeely's delivery: a video on how people make flashlights. The Neighborhood of Make-Believe has a nighttime story of its own. Lady Elaine frightens X the Owl with talk of stars falling from the sky.
S18E07 Nighttime (2) 08/03/1988 Mister Rogers recalls his visit to a Russian TV studio, guest-starring on Tatiana Vedeneeva's nighttime children's show. The Neighborhood of Make-Believe still has to contend with Lady Elaine's talk of falling stars.
S18E08 Nighttime (3) 09/03/1988 Mr. McFeely brings a firefighter's outfit for Rogers to try on. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Chuck Aber is preparing to scuba dive at night, but first he must help his neighbors in Southwood.
S18E09 Nighttime (4) 10/03/1988 Tatiana Vedeneeva visits Rogers' television house and brings a videotape of how people make matrouska dolls. The Neighborhood of Make-Believe welcomes an unexpected visitor from the stars.
S18E10 Nighttime (5) 11/03/1988 Mr. McFeely shows a video of different people doing their jobs at night. Dawn nears in the Neighborhood of Make-Believe and still no one can understand the night visitor.
S18E11 Kindness and Unkindness (1) 02/05/1988 Another client reprimanded Mr. McFeely for delivering the wrong tape (which Mister Rogers received by mistake). Rogers soon reassures Mr. McFeely how important he and his service are. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, a difficult King Friday hears that Prince Tuesday and his classmates at school were playing music. Friday decides that Tuesday needs a different type of schooling.
S18E12 Kindness and Unkindness (2) 03/05/1988 Mister Rogers and his saxophonist friend, Eric Kloss, visits a cave with Betty Aberlin as tour guide. This cave has its own organ, on which Rogers accompanies Kloss's sax. Events accelerate at the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, as King Friday has arranged for ""Sir Thomas T. Tune"" to be Prince Tuesday's new tutor. X the Owl's Cousin Mary arrives with a new Owl Correspondence School lesson.
S18E13 Kindness and Unkindness (3) 04/05/1988 Marilyn Barnett shows how to start jumping rope and invites several expert rope-jumpers. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, King Friday is ready to take Prince Tuesday out of the school at Someplace Else.
S18E14 Kindness and Unkindness (4) 05/05/1988 Mr. McFeely brings a videotape of how people make bicycle helmets (something no bicyclist would be seen without in all future episodes of this series). The Neighborhood of Make-Believe is surprised to see ""Sir Thomas T. Tune.""
S18E15 Kindness and Unkindness (5) 06/05/1988 ""Sir Thomas T. Tune"" convinces King Friday XIII to allow the new schooling method (as well as the old).
S19E01 Secrets (1) 21/11/1988 Rogers and Mr. McFeely visit a house built into the side of a wall. The Neighborhood of Make-Believe gets word that Westwood is building a sandbox.
S19E02 Secrets (2) 22/11/1988 Rogers follows clues in a treasure hunt, the end of which leads to a balloon artist. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Chuck Aber gives a balloon ring to Lady Elaine. She is overcome with the suggestion that Aber has proposed to her.
S19E03 Secrets (3) 23/11/1988 Mr. McFeely shows a videotape of his visit with sculptor Allen Dwight. He carves a marble structure, which McFeely gives to Rogers. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Lady Elaine tells Lady Aberlin her secret.
S19E04 Secrets (4) 24/11/1988 Rogers meets with Crist Delmonico, a blind painter. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Lady Elaine is about to tell all that she and Chuck Aber will get married. The news surprises everyone—Aber most of all.
S19E05 Secrets (5) 25/11/1988 Rogers writes a message in invisible ink. Mr. McFeely shows a videotape of how people make suitcases. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Chuck Aber must inform Lady Elaine that he had no plans to marry her, but he does have some good news. Back at the television house, Rogers finds a message that leads him outside, where several neighbors hold a birthday party for him.
S19E06 Fun & Games (1) 20/02/1989 Rogers listens to folk singers Andy Holiner and Alice Johnson. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, several residents decide to wear hats for fun. Then along comes Randy S. Caribou, who can wear all the hats at once.
S19E07 Fun & Games (2) 21/02/1989 Mister Rogers brings with him a clay figurine of Randy S. Caribou, and puts him within the Neighborhood of Make-Believe models. Joining the Randy figurine are clay figurines of several other Make-Believe puppet characters. Later in the program, Mister Rogers watches a team of kids playing soccer. When the Make-Believe adventure starts, Randy S. Caribou plays hide-and-seek with the Neighborhood Trolley. But Randy soon puts himself in a sticky situation when he squashes a cake made to look like a soccer ball.
S19E08 Fun & Games (3) 22/02/1989 Billed as Episode #1603, Mister Rogers shows off an assortment of baskets, most of which Mr. McFeely brought. Both men visit the Special Olympics tryouts at the nearby school gymnasium. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Lady Aberlin and Bob Dog invite King Friday XIII to go 'round the mulberry bush. It was the first time King Friday was ever asked to hoin in a game. When Randy S. Caribou talks about his emerging team, Bob Dog and Lady Aberlin jump at the chance to join. So does King Friday. The result (for now) is the King-Woman-Dog-Boy-Girl-Reindeer-Tiger Team.
S19E09 Fun & Games (4) 23/02/1989 Billed as Episode #1604: After showing a new board game based on the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Mister Rogers gets a visit from Suzie McConnell, an expert basketball player-teacher. Mr. McFeely shows a video of Dance Alloy, with dancers gliding along huge rubber balls. The Neighborhood of Make-Believe team rounds itself out, with Henrietta Pussycat and X the Owl joining King Friday, Lady Aberlin, Bob Dog, Prince Tuesday, Ana Platypus, Daniel Tiger and Randy S. Caribou, of course. Queen Sara prefers not to join.
S19E10 Fun & Games (5) 24/02/1989 This program sees the hodgepodge team of king, dog, reindeer, tiger, et al. trying to decide what game to play. After a few sports are rejected, everyone decides to play hide and seek. Lady Elaine decides to find them all with her boomerang-toomerang-soomerang, but everyone feels they won by doing his/her best. Before leaving, Randy Caribou turns his jersey to Lady Elaine so she can be on the team.
S19E11 Josephine the Short-Neck Giraffe (1) 01/05/1989 Mister Rogers and Mr. McFeely get a glimpse of the San Diego Wild Animal Park, with Dr. Joan Embery as Rogers' guide. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, the unseen Princess Zelda is preparing a play about a giraffe with a short neck.
S19E12 Josephine the Short-Neck Giraffe (2) 02/05/1989 Mister Rogers watches a roll of film develop at a film lab. The newly-arrived Princess Zelda recruits the Neighborhood of Make-Believe residents to appear in the upcoming play.
S19E13 Josephine the Short-Neck Giraffe (3) 03/05/1989 ""Josephine the Short-Neck Giraffe"" begins with the melancholy Josephine yearning to grow a longer neck. Her friend, Hazel the Elephant, had told her to wish at the same spot for the past year, but nothing happened. Now Hazel tries to talk Josephine to attend the nearby school.
S19E14 Josephine the Short-Neck Giraffe (4) 04/05/1989 In Part Two of ""Josephine the Short-Neck Giraffe,"" Josephine and Hazel go to school, where they meet all sorts of other animals. Among the classmates are a shy giraffe and a snake that doesn't know how to hiss. Josephine attends the ""Attractive Active Animals"" class.
S19E15 Josephine the Short-Neck Giraffe (5) 05/05/1989 Josephine feels that the school's Attractive, Active Animals class is not helping her, especially because Sam Snake has finally learned how to hiss. Hazel tells J.R. Giraffe to give Josephine words of encouragement. In the process, both J.R. and Josephine accept themselves, and each other, for who they are.
S20E01 When Parents Go to Work (1) 20/11/1989 Negri's Music Shop needs Rogers' help when the lady at the cashier must see her sick child. Negri and Rogers propose a Neighborhood of Make-Believe story in which the King and Queen leave Tuesday for their errands.
S20E02 When Parents Go to Work (2) 21/11/1989 Rogers and Mr. McFeely make treats with peanuts and peanut butter. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Tuesday is still angry that his parents are running errands all the time.
S20E03 When Parents Go to Work (3) 22/11/1989 Wearing a lei of peanut shells as he enters, Mister Rogers will promote reading the rest of the week. Mr. McFeely brings a video on how people make peanut butter. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Henrietta Pussycat suggests that Cornflake S. Pecially's factory start a caring center for the children of the factory's workers.
S20E04 When Parents Go to Work (4) 23/11/1989 Rogers visits oboist Natasha at Negri's Music Shop. The Neighborhood of Make-Believe begins work in earnest on the new child-caring center at Corny's factory.
S20E05 When Parents Go to Work (5) 24/11/1989 Balloon Artist Bruce Franco visits Rogers' television house. He has even made a balloon Trolley. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Prince Tuesday helps those who run the child-caring center at Corny's factory.
S20E06 Environment (1) 16/04/1990 A major crisis has arisen in the Neighborhood of Make-Believe. Their nearby landfill at Someplace Else has reached the saturation point.
S20E07 Environment (2) 17/04/1990 Messrs. Rogers and McFeely visit the neighborhood recycling center. Everything is orderly there, which cannot be said for Make-Believe. Westwood Mayor Maggie informs that their landfill has been filled completely.
S20E08 Environment (3) 18/04/1990 Mister Rogers discusses making artwork out of old objects. This precipitates Mr. McFeely's video, showing his visit with a spare-parts artist.
S20E09 Environment (4) 19/04/1990 Mister Rogers recalls the snorkeling adventure he shared with Sylvia Earle. It leaves little time for Neighborhood of Make-Believe, which needs help from two of Northwood's goats.
S20E10 Environment (5) 20/04/1990 Mr. McFeely brings a goat to the television house to dispel a few myths. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Mrs. Dingleborder and the goats of Northwood complement each other's plans to solve the appalling garbage crisis.
S20E11 Fathers & Music (1) 30/07/1990 Mister Rogers enters with a bandaged hand. He illustrates (as Lady Aberlin demonstrates to Ana Platypus in the Neighborhood of Make-Believe) that nothing changes underneath a bandage. Rogers attends the Marsalis Family's rehearsals at Negri's Music Shop.
S20E12 Fathers & Music (2) 31/07/1990 Mr. McFeely brings materials on how adhesive bandages are made. Rogers puts one such bandage on a rag doll. That rag doll becomes the plot point in the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, as King Friday XIII and Prince Tuesday believe the doll to life.
S20E13 Fathers & Music (3) 01/08/1990 Chuck Aber brings a guest to the television house. Joining them are two wolves. Later in the show, Mister Rogers' son Jim and grandson Alex stop over. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Aber is dressed as a wolf, ready to offer a wolf costume to someone else.
S20E14 Fathers & Music (4) 02/08/1990 Rogers reads a book a teenage girl had made for her father. He then puts stuffing in a toy wolf for a friend. Later in the program, Ella Jenkins visits (as does Chuck Aber) to perform some songs. In between, those in the Neighborhood of Make-Believe discuss their feelings about wolves. Daniel Striped Tiger tells those at school that he doesn't have a musical father, like Ana and Prince Tuesday.
S20E15 Fathers & Music (5) 03/08/1990 Rogers discusses music with Yo-Yo Ma and, when son Nicholas Ma arrives, Rogers helps perform a trio of The Skaters' Waltz. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Lady Aberlin finds a musical father for Daniel.
S21E01 Mouths & Feelings (1) 19/11/1990 Chef Brockett is making gingerbread faces with varying emotions. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, King Friday appoints Lady Aberlin as the Director of Research. Her first assignment revolves around people's reaction to a box that plays a recording of someone laughing.
S21E02 Mouths & Feelings (2) 20/11/1990 Rogers makes tunnels out of cardboard tubes. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Lady Aberlin continues her research with the laughing voice in a box. Robert Troll believes a little person is in that box.
S21E03 Mouths & Feelings (3) 21/11/1990 Mr. McFeely shows a videotape on how people make toothbrushes. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Lady Aberlin wishes to show there is no person inside the laughing-voice box. What she uncovers, lets her become a tiger for a limited time.
S21E04 Mouths & Feelings (4) 22/11/1990 Rogers visits a dentist's office and talks about teeth care. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, a disguised Lady Aberlin goes to the school at Someplace Else.
S21E05 Mouths & Feelings (5) 23/11/1990 Rogers talks of how a steam shovel works. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Daniel Tiger finds out Lady Aberlin has been disguised as a tiger.
S21E06 Growing (1) 25/02/1991 Mr. McFeely arrives with a new advertising jingle for his Speedy Delivery service. Later in the program, he brings a video to Rogers about how people make model cars. Concern grips Westwood and then the Neighborhood of Make-Believe when some big thing is spotted nearby.
S21E07 Growing (2) 26/02/1991 Rogers plants a bean seed and joins Mr. McFeely in a visit to a local conservatory. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, King Friday XIII tries to allay fears about a ""big thing"" rolling its way in from Westwood.
S21E08 Growing (3) 27/02/1991 The Big Thing arrives in the Neighborhood of Make-Believe. At the request of several neighbors, the King agrees to maintain and talk of peaceful things.
S21E09 Growing (4) 28/02/1991 Rogers gets his hair cut to prove to viewers there is nothing that harms anybody during a haircut. Robert Troll drops by the Neighborhood of Make-Believe and gives some aid to the Big Thing.
S21E10 Growing (5) 01/03/1991 Rogers finds old friend François Clemmons, now singing with the Harlem Spiritual Ensemble. Purple Panda arrives at the Neighborhood of Make-Believe with a miracle ingredient that makes plants grow quickly.
S21E11 Dress-Up (1) 26/08/1991 Bringing a toy raccoon to his television house, Mister Rogers recalls a raccoon dance first performed two decades before. He uses a raccoon mask to illustrate he does not change when he puts on the mask. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Harriet Elizabeth Cow and Lady Aberlin is surprised to see King Friday XIII disguised as a bird. He learns that Harriet and Lady Aberlin are planning a play with the schoolchildren.
S21E12 Dress-Up (2) 27/08/1991 Rogers and Mr. McFeely visit a children's book reading at the library. At the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, all the schoolchildren are getting roles for their upcoming play.
S21E13 Dress-Up (3) 28/08/1991 Rogers shows a few wigs and glasses, all of which disguise his appearance (he fools Chef Brockett). In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, attention seems to shift away from the school play and more toward finding the King's spare crown.
S21E14 Dress-Up (4) 29/08/1991 Absolutely nobody can find King Friday's spare crown. Lady Elaine Fairchilde is implored to turn the Neighborhood of Make-Believe upside down to aid in the search. This leads to the most unimaginable conclusions. After Make-Believe, Mister Rogers visits an auditorium to hear the Boys Choir of Harlem.
S21E15 Dress-Up (5) 30/08/1991 Maggie Stewart, disguised as Mr. McFeely, delivers to Rogers the video on how people make zipper sweaters. The Neighborhood of Make-Believe witnesses the school play.
S22E01 Art (1) 25/11/1991 Mr. McFeely shows Rogers a Mrs. McFeely portrait Bob Trow made. Later Rogers goes to see Trow do a portrait of Mr. McFeely. In the meantime, King Friday XIII declares that everyone in the Neighborhood produce Royal portraits.
S22E02 Art (2) 26/11/1991 Rogers shows a flip book and presents Picasso art. Later in the program, he sees a Spanish rhythm quartet at Brockett's Bakery. In between, Lady Aberlin, X the Owl, and Henrietta Pussycat make King Friday art, but Lady Elaine refuses.
S22E03 Art (3) 27/11/1991 Mr. McFeely describes the day he met a skywriter. The Neighborhood of Make-Believe witnesses a skywriter drawing the King's face and hears Handyman Negri's contribution.
S22E04 Art (4) 28/11/1991 Mister Rogers makes his own clay and visits sculptor Bill Strickland. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Lady Elaine uses her clay to deface all the existing portraits and other dedications to King Friday XIII.
S22E05 Art (5) 29/11/1991 Mister Rogers tells a story about a boy who painted a tree blue and how his feelings were hurt. This is a key role in the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, where Daniel submits a painting of a blue King Friday. Perhaps that is a clear picture for Lady Elaine Fairchilde.
S22E06 Imaginary Friends (1) 24/02/1992 Rogers draws a song. Mr. McFeely brings a videotape on how people make felt-tip markers. The Neighborhood of Make-Believe gets another ""glimpse"" of Daniel's imaginary friend, Malcolm Apricot Dinko.
S22E07 Imaginary Friends (2) 25/02/1992 Rogers talks of using a telescope, albeit a pretend one. Bob Trow talks of how he used his imagination as a boy, making up what would be ""troll talk."" This Robert Troll demonstrates in the Neighborhood of Make-Believe.
S22E08 Imaginary Friends (3) 26/02/1992 Rogers sees a ballet troupe do a dance with umbrellas. As it is raining in the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Chuck Aber tests Corny's new umbrella rocking chair.
S22E09 Imaginary Friends (4) 27/02/1992 Rogers has a real book which he reads to a pretend child sitting in a real chair. The Neighborhood of Make-Believe sees Prince Tuesday's rag doll for the last time.
S22E10 Imaginary Friends (5) 28/02/1992 Ella Jenkins stages a sing-along at Brockett's Bakery. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Lady Elaine tries to blame Malcolm Apricot Dinko for something.
S22E11 Learning (1) 31/08/1992 Mr. McFeely brings whistles to Rogers' front porch, and both hear a professional whistler. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Robert Troll is taking a census. Daniel Striped Tiger cannot help at this time, as he and the other schoolchildren are planning a field trip.
S22E12 Learning (2) 01/09/1992 Lady Aberlin is searching for the source of a wind that abruptly appears and disappears. One possible source of that wind could be the Museum-Go-Round.
S22E13 Learning (3) 02/09/1992 Rogers hangs a paper chain through the kitchen and living room. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Lady Aberlin discovers the wind source.
S22E14 Learning (4) 03/09/1992 The school at Someplace Else is ready to stage their field trip through the Neighborhood of Make-Believe. But a major stumbling block may emerge when James Michael Jones shows off his learning machine on his head. For most of this visit, Rogers talks to Eric Kloss at the neighborhood library.
S22E15 Learning (5) 04/09/1992 Rogers displays a variety of batteries, ready to put them to work in two toys and a cassette player. Mister McFeely then shows Rogers a battery-operated car. With the Neighborhood of Make-Believe is still undecided if there will be a field trip, Daniel suggests not to sacrifice anything in the learning process.
S23E01 Up & Down (1) 23/11/1992 Rogers and Mr. McFeely ride an elevator and an escalator in a mail. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Lady Elaine accepts the delivery of a hydraulic platform.
S23E02 Up & Down (2) 24/11/1992 Famed domino artist Bob Speca sets up and knocks down dominoes at Negri's Music Shop. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Robert Troll rides the hydraulic platform outside the Museum-Go-Round.
S23E03 Up & Down (3) 25/11/1992 King Friday XIII wants the neighbors to find a place where Mimus polyglottos and Troglodytes aedon can take up dance lessons. While they are not looking, Robert Troll takes Mimus and Trog for a walk/dance. Chuck Aber goes off looking for the birds.
S23E04 Up & Down (4) 26/11/1992 Rogers hears from clarinetist Richard Stoltzman. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, two crises remain unsolved: stop the Museum-Go-Round from going up and down, and get the wooden birds back.
S23E05 Up & Down (5) 27/11/1992 Bruce Franco again makes balloon art, concentrating on animals. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, the hydraulic platform is fixed. By chance, Robert Troll is seen with the King's two wooden birds.
S23E06 Love (1) 15/02/1993 Rogers enters with a stuffed bear and a bear costume (which he wears). Mr. McFeely then brings a video on how stuffed bears are made. The Neighborhood of Make-Believe finds one of its neighbors in a bear costume.
S23E07 Love (2) 16/02/1993 Rogers shows a picture of one friend, an ornithologist, and visits him at The Aviary in Pittsburgh. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Lady Elaine Fairchilde is readying a "Museum of Love."" At Mayor Maggie's suggestion, Lady Elaine decides to start a soap opera.
S23E08 Love (3) 17/02/1993 Rogers soaks his feet in a tub outside his porch and finds an unexpected visitor: "Officer" Clemmons. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Lady Elaine is preparing to do a soap opera she calls As the Museum Turns.
S23E09 Love (4) 18/02/1993 Rogers discusses the way images are reflected in mirrors. Lady Elaine continues preparations for her one-woman soap opera.
S23E10 Love (5) 19/02/1993 After Rogers uses bubble mix and a wand to make large bubbles, he discovers he has no running water. Before things are fixed, Rogers remembers his visit to a kitchen where he helped make spinach egg rolls. In the meantime, the Neighborhood of Make-Believe witnesses the soap opera at the Museum of Love. Some of the neighbors help Lady Elaine perform.
S23E11 Then & Now (1) 30/08/1993 Rogers does a science experiment with food coloring and water. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Robert Troll takes the Neighborhood Trolley off its tracks. This prompts several neighbors to search for it.
S23E12 Then & Now (2) 31/08/1993 Shadows and light are the contrasts of the day, as guest shadow artist Jim West performs silhouettes of various animals. Later, Mr. McFeely shows a tape on how people make light bulbs. In between, the Court of the Neighborhood of Make-Believe wants to return the shadows of Harriet Elizabeth Cow, Donkey Hodie, X the Owl, and Henrietta Pussycat. Before long, Robert Troll reveals the Trolley's Extra Dimension to Lady Aberlin.
S23E13 Then & Now (3) 01/09/1993 Mr. McFeely brings a pantomimist to Rogers' television house. The trolley's reputation for revealing the past spreads through the Neighborhood. It gets to the point where Trolley turns the Neighborhood upside-down.
S23E14 Then & Now (4) 02/09/1993 Mr. McFeeley brings a dead bird to the television house and asks Mister Rogers for a box in which to bury it. This prompts a Neighborhood of Make-Believe discussion of death as Lady Aberlin helps Henrietta Pussycat and Daniel Striped Tiger.
S23E15 Then & Now (5) 03/09/1993 This program provides the last glimpse of Trolley's Special Dimension. For the bulk of the show, Rogers visits Itzhak Perlman at a concert hall and reflects on his visit to Colonial Williamsburg.
S24E01 Things to Wear (1) 21/02/1994 Rogers and McFeely go on a bus ride through the neighborhood, observing various hats certain people wear. None wears the hat Rogers brought to show viewers: a three-cornered hat from the 18th Century. Thus the dilemma in the Neighborhood of Make-Believe. Upon gaining interest in them, King Friday XIII orders everyone (and everything) to wear three-cornered hats.
S24E02 Things to Wear (2) 22/02/1994 Rogers dons the Bob Dog costume (inevitably fooling Marilyn Barnett). Later in the program, Mr. McFeely shows a videotape on how people make blue jeans. In between, Lady Elaine Fairchilde provides the only resistance to King Friday's insistence that everyone and everything in the Neighborhood of Make-Believe wear the three-cornered hat from the 18th Century.
S24E03 Things to Wear (3) 23/02/1994 Rogers sees Alan Morrison play the organ at a nearby church. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Lady Elaine Fairchilde squirts water at anyone who mentions ""three-cornered hat"" to her. King Friday hardens his position with a rule (one with a loophole).
S24E04 Things to Wear (4) 24/02/1994 Chef Brockett visits, explaining how he uses canes to walk following his operation. Later Rogers returns to see Alan Morrison play alongside a flutist and a clarinetist. In between, Betty Okonak Templeton visits the Neighborhood of Make-Believe with a way to break the impasse between King Friday XIII and Lady Elaine.
S24E05 Things to Wear (5) 25/02/1994 Given a portable sewing machine, Mister Rogers shows the stark contrast between clothing of today and clothes of the 1700s. Thus he visits a building in Colonial Williamsburg. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Lady Elaine and Betty Okonak Templeton exploit the loophole in King Friday's three-cornered rule. Finally, everyone else takes off those hats.
S24E06 Going Away & Coming Back (1) 29/08/1994 On the back of an old floor covering, a friend of Mister Rogers painted a map of the world. Rogers deomnstrates traveling from place to place, on boat or plane, and coming back. Later in the program, Dan Kamin demonstrates his mime act. He appears as a mime character in the Neighborhood of Make-Believe.
S24E07 Going Away & Coming Back (2) 30/08/1994 Three minutes into the program, the Neighborhood of Make-Believe finds a newcomer, Stephen Owl (X's cousin), in search of a tunnel believed to be in the neighborhood. But the bulk of the show has Mister Rogers showing the ins and outs of an ambulance.
S24E08 Going Away & Coming Back (3) 31/08/1994 Rogers gets a feel for shooting a basketball from a chair. This segues eventually to his visit with a wheelchair basketball team called the Steelwheelers. In between, more residents in the Neighborhood of Make-Believe join in Cousin Steve's search for a hidden tunnel. One clue comes from a scrap of paper.
S24E09 Going Away & Coming Back (4) 01/09/1994 Rogers uses a long piece of plumbing pipe to simulate a tunnel in which blocks and a car could travel back and forth. Mr. McFeely shows a video of his ""tunneling"" through a car wash. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, King Friday XIII hears of the search for the lost tunnel. Lady Aberlin finds all the pieces to the old parable about this tunnel, which is very close to X's tree.
S24E10 Going Away & Coming Back (5) 02/09/1994 Chuck Aber surprises Fred Rogers at his television house with what Rogers calls his ""piece of equipment."" It's heavy machinery used for digging dirt. Later in the program, Mr. McFeely shows a videotape on how people make tortilla chips from blue corn. In between, friends in the Neighborhood of Make-Believe discover the secret tunnel and learn where it goes.
S25E01 Fast & Slow (1) 20/02/1995 Rogers wants to take his time playing a game with a ball and a few tubes. The same cannot be said for the Neighborhood Trolley, which whizzes through the Neighborhood of Make-Believe.
S25E02 Fast & Slow (2) 21/02/1995 Rogers rollerblades with Stephen Lee at a skating rink. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Stephen Owl appears in his full safety gear to help the neighbors' cause.
S25E03 Fast & Slow (3) 22/02/1995 Daniel Tiger is astonished at how fast Prince Tuesday can say the letters of the alphabet. Lady Aberlin gives Daniel the confidence true friends have.
S25E04 Fast & Slow (4) 23/02/1995 Chainey Umphrey returns to the neighborhood to demonstrate more gymnastics. Those in the Neighborhood of Make-Believe tries to stop the Trolley and fail.
S25E05 Fast & Slow (5) 24/02/1995 Rogers operates a toy crane in his sandbox. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, a larger crane finally catches the Trolley and lifts it up, so the neighbors can figure out how it can slow down.
S25E06 Everybody's Special (1) 28/08/1995 Maggie Stewart and Chef Brockett are making layer sandwiches for Maggie's upcoming family reunion. Mister Rogers shows a video on how Corning dinner plates are made. In between, Chef Brockett discusses with the Royal Family the cake being planned for Cornflake S. Pecially's birthday.
S25E07 Everybody's Special (2) 29/08/1995 The Royal Family continues their plans to Cornflake S. Pecially's birthday and to comfort Prince Tuesday (enlisting Robert Troll in the process). Mister Rogers shows a video on making wooden shoes.
S25E08 Everybody's Special (3) 30/08/1995 Lady Aberlin, dressed as a lion, discovers the dour Prince Tuesday, who is upset that his robe disrupts his guitar lessons.
S25E09 Everybody's Special (4) 31/08/1995 Mister Rogers shows some of his Neighborhood of Make-Believe puppets and introduces the puppeteer behind Prince Tuesday, Lenny Meledandri. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, several people have to console Prince Tuesday, who has removed his robe.
S25E10 Everybody's Special (5) 01/09/1995 Cornflake S. Pecially feels everyone has forgotten that today is his birthday. It adds to the drama of the surprise birthday party, for which Daniel and Prince Tuesday have made a card.
S26E01 Mad Feelings (1) 16/10/1995 Mister Rogers visits the studio of artist Red Grooms, who is currently working on a trolley painting. The Neighborhood of Make-Believe sees Lady Elaine in fits because she can't seem to draw the Eiffel Tower well.
S26E02 Mad Feelings - Finding Healthy Ways to Express Angry Feelings 17/10/1995 Mister Rogers introduces many different ways of dealing with anger, such as singing, playing the piano, and exercising, including his friend Maggie Stewart's favorite - swimming. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Robert Troll and Mayor Maggie are worried about how upset Lady Elaine is over not being able to draw Grandpere's Tower. In an angry fit, Lady Elaine turns the tower upside-down. Can Lady Elaine get over her anger and make things right in the Neighborhood again? Maggie Stewart brings a water-and-oil motion sculpture to the television house. Jay Styperk, a wheelchair basketball specialist, gives Rogers a few exercises.
S26E03 Mad Feelings (3) 18/10/1995 Lady Elaine Fairchilde is distraught that, in a fit of anger, she had turned Mr. McFeely into a doll.
S26E04 Mad Feelings (4) 19/10/1995 Betty Okonak Templeton visits the Neighborhood of Make-Believe in an effort to ease Lady Elaine's mean mood.
S26E05 Mad Feelings - A Visit with STOMP 20/10/1995 Mister Rogers visits a rehearsal of the international sensation STOMP. He meets the members and sees how they use everyday things like buckets, brooms, pipes, and their hands and feet to make exciting music. In Make-Believe, all the neighbors are unhappy over the upside-down tower and Lady Elaine's behavior. Lady Elaine, realizing that her anger got out of control, rights the tower and finds that apologizing is a good first step towards making amends.
S26E06 Transformations (1) 19/02/1996 Mr. McFeely presents Rogers with a ""hide-and-find ball,"" with which they play a little hide-and-seek. Later in the program, Rogers hears a storyteller at Mrs. McFeely's house. In between, the Neighborhood of Make-Believe gets puzzled by a gift for Purple Panda—one that he is not supposed to open.
S26E07 Transformations (2) 20/02/1996 JoAnn Swaim does a juggling act outside Rogers' television house. Later in the program, Rogers shows pictures of the show's neighbors as children and as adults. In between, the Neighborhood of Make-Believe is looking for Purple Panda so they can give him his package.
S26E08 Transformations (3) 21/02/1996 Rogers demonstrates that he doesn't change when he wears dark glasses or a hat. Lady Aberlin tries the same tactic in the Neighborhood of Make-Believe. Mr. McFeely shows a time-lapse videotape of how the television house is set up in the studios of WQED in Pittsburgh.
S26E09 Transformations (4) 22/02/1996 Rogers fixes the ball float in his toilet. Maggie Stewart demonstrates some sign language, using a book in the process. The Neighborhood of Make-Believe is still perplexed by that mysterious package for Purple Panda. And things don't get any better once Purple Panda arrives.
S26E10 Transformations (5) 23/02/1996 Rogers shows a wooden egg containing a speckled egg. He then returns to the McFeely's house, where plants are transplanted and ducklings are delivered. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Lady Elaine Fairchilde retrieves the package for Purple Panda. Much to everyone's surprise, the package opens itself.
S26E11 Helping (1) 22/07/1996 Lady Elaine frets about all the noise made by someone's ""vacuum sweeper.""
S26E12 Helping (2) 23/07/1996 Jabali Afrika performs at Negri's Music Shop. Lady Elaine Fairchilde has a bad dream about ""vacuum sweepers,"" and tries to rid them from the Neighborhood of Make-Believe.
S26E13 Helping (3) 24/07/1996 Rogers visits B. Smith's restaurant and reunites with B. Smith herself, who had appeared in a Neighborhood of Make-Believe segment back in 1969. Smith returns to the Neighborhood of Make-Believe and leaves a napkin for Queen Sara. But that napkin is swept away, thanks to Lady Elaine's army of ""vacuum sweepers.""
S26E14 Helping (4) 25/07/1996 After Rogers draws with colored chalk, he sees a videotape on how such chalk is made. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Purple Panda is called on to help Lady Elaine overcome her fear of ""vacuum sweepers.""
S26E15 Helping (5) 26/07/1996 Purple Panda sings a song that helps Lady Elaine overcome her fear of ""vacuum sweepers."" Most of this show, however, is spent with Rogers' visit to an inner-city arts center for children in Los Angeles.
S26E16 Brave & Strong (1) 26/08/1996 The Neighborhood of Make-Believe has witnessed cereal falling like snow over a couple of areas. It stopped snowing cereal over at the Platypus Mound, but not at Daniel's Clock.
S26E17 Brave & Strong (2) 27/08/1996 Rogers' friend Brad Brewer, a knitter and puppeteer, talks of the puppets and puppet shows he has performed. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Elsie Jean Platypus explains the cereal stopped falling on the Platypus Mound when she wasn't afraid of it. But Daniel is afraid of the cereal snowfall on his Clock.
S26E18 Brave & Strong (3) 28/08/1996 Rogers visits the McFeelys' house to see the lambs they are babysitting. Later Mr. McFeely plays a videotape on how lambs are sheared. In between, the Neighborhood of Make-Believe sends its armor-clad King to the Clock, where he will attempt to command the cereal stop falling. But only Daniel's presence at the Clock can stop the downpour.
S26E19 Brave & Strong (4) 29/08/1996 Rogers doesn't immediately put on his sweater, and already people sense this television visit will break the mold. He takes viewers to see his immunization at a doctor's office. It is designed to alleviate children's fears. Daniel Striped Tiger finally faces his fears, with the aid of Chuck Aber and Lady Aberlin. They give him an inflatable boat prior to appearing at the Clock. Only Daniel can stop the falling cereal at the Clock, and he does.
S26E20 Brave & Strong (5) 30/08/1996 With the crisis at the Neighborhood of Make-Believe over, Daniel Striped Tiger asks that his pile of cereal be distributed to the people who need it most. A forklift is just the tool to cart boxes of cereal from the Clock.
S27E01 Sharing (1) 17/02/1997 After a swim, King Friday XIII is startled to find that his crown has been taken.
S27E02 Sharing (2) 18/02/1997 Rogers displays a horse Leonard Streckfus constructed from found objects. Later he visits Streckfus at his barn/workshop, where other found-objects sculptures are on display. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Mayor Maggie learns the Westwood town sign is missing. It appears Lady Elaine has taken it for her ""found"" objects exhibit.
S27E03 Sharing (3) 19/02/1997 Mr. McFeely shows a videotape on how apple juice is made. The Neighborhood of Make-Believe continues to see things disappear, just as Lady Elaine is ready to hold a "found objects" exhibit at her Museum-Go-Round.
S27E04 Sharing (4) 20/02/1997 Rogers visits Gonzales at his studio to see goupet-goupet sculptures. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, more things have gone missing, including Edgar Cooke's refrigerator and Daniel's truck.
S27E05 Sharing (5) 21/02/1997 Mr. McFeely shows a videotape on people using heavy equipment. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Lady Elaine agrees to display and return all those ""borrowed"" things. But there is a trick or two involved.
S27E06 Be Yourself (1) 25/08/1997 Rogers visits a theater to see a juggling act called the Flying Karamazov Brothers. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, X the Owl is preparing to give flying lessons.
S27E07 Be Yourself (2) 26/08/1997 X the Owl gives his first simple flying lesson to Prince Tuesday, along with the first rule: ""Be careful."" This isn't quite what Lady Elaine has in mind with her flying lessons.
S27E08 Be Yourself (3) 27/08/1997 Rogers hears the Uptown String Quartet perform. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, a vulnerable Prince Tuesday falls prey to Lady Elaine's ""flying lessons.""
S27E09 Be Yourself (4) 28/08/1997 Rogers brings a sleeping bag to the television house. Mr. McFeely brings a tape on how people make sleeping bags. For most of the last ten minutes, Rogers visits a dollmaker, Ida Clowney. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, X the Owl feels responsible for the fall Prince Tuesday incurred. Lady Aberlin and Chuck Aber deter Lady Elaine from further ""flying lessons.""
S27E10 Be Yourself (5) 29/08/1997 Rogers enters with a hula hoop and visits a hula hoop expert. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, King Friday disavows flying schools. It's intended to punish Lady Elaine (except for putting out a fire two years later, Friday will never ask her to perform a neighborhood service again).
S28E01 Giving and Receiving (1) 16/02/1998 Rogers visits Eric Carle, author and illustrator of children's books. Mr. McFeely shows a videotape on how fortune cookies are made. In between, a Spanish-speaking ""Fortune Cookie Man"" makes his debut in the Neighborhood of Make-Believe.
S28E02 Giving and Receiving (2) 17/02/1998 Saihou Njie gives Rogers a demonstration on making batik vests. Later in the program, Mr. McFeely shows a videotape on how bagels are made.
S28E03 Giving and Receiving (3) 18/02/1998 Rogers brings back the Potty book he had introduced nine years earlier, and reads it in full. Later in the program, Mr. McFeely shows a nvideotape of people mking toilets. In between, Betty Okonak Templeton visits the Neighborhood of Make-Believe in search of Lady Elaine.
S28E04 Giving and Receiving (4) 19/02/1998 Mister Rogers creates a simple merry-go-round from paper plates and a cardboard tube. Later in the program, Mr. McFeely shows a videotape on how people make carousel horses.
S28E05 Giving and Receiving (5) 20/02/1998 Rogers presents a gift for Mr. McFeely just as he delivers a book for guest LeVar Burton to read. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, the finder balloons reveal Lady Elaine and her friend in a disused room of the Museum-Go-Round.
S28E06 You & I Together (1) 27/07/1998 Rogers sees people operating a lifting device that elevates a wheelchair into a van. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, King Friday XIII commands Mayor Maggie, who had arrived in a wheelchair, to visit Dr. Bill Platypus for a clean bill of health.
S28E07 You & I Together (2) 28/07/1998 Close to ten minutes of the program shows Rogers' comforting visit with Koko the Gorilla (who is credited as a neighbor). No such warmth can be found in the Neighborhood of Make-Believe when a different gorilla visits. The lone exception is Lady Aberlin, who finds the gorilla tame.
S28E08 You & I Together (3) 29/07/1998 Rogers visits his eye doctor to have his vision checked. Mr. McFeely presents a video on how people make eyeglass lenses. In between, Lady Elaine is bent on warning the Neighborhood of Make-Believe about the visiting gorilla.
S28E09 You & I Together (4) 30/07/1998 Rogers shows a variety of sticks is similar to a group of words: the more you have, the better you can work with them. Mr. McFeely shows a video of a service dog aiding a handicapped child. (The dog's name is C.D., and is credited as a neighbor.) In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Dr. Bill Platypus tries to ensure Lady Elaine that the gorilla, called Kevin Wendell, is tame.
S28E10 You & I Together (5) 31/07/1998 In drawing a rainbow, Rogers points out the more colors, the better. He then reflects on a place where friends visit to play with toys. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Lady Aberlin hints that Kevin Wendell Gorilla may not be a gorilla after all.
S28E11 Little and Big (1) 24/08/1998 Prince Tuesday is a natural at working a yo-yo, much to King Friday's chagrin (he can't work them). To everyone's dismay, Friday disallows any yo-yos in the neighborhood.
S28E12 Little and Big (2) 25/08/1998 At an airport, Rogers sees Mr. McFeely about to take deliveries on a helicopter. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Lady Aberlin and Miss Paulifficate are unwilling enforcers of King Friday's bar on yo-yos. This does not prevent Lady Elaine from flying a helicopter she has called ""Yo-Yo."" She flies up, but does not come down.
S28E13 Little and Big (3) 26/08/1998 Lady Elaine is trying to send messages for her neighbors to get her down from her stuck helicopter. Unfortunately, Bob Dog grabs on her hat message—and gets stuck himself.
S28E14 Little and Big (4) 27/08/1998 Mr. McFeely shows a videotape of his visit to inventor Chuck Hoberman. Before Make-Believe, Rogers gets a visit from Mrs. McFeely. At the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Handyman Negri rescues both Bob Dog and Lady Elaine. Late in the show, Rogers plays a cassette tape of cello music and reflects on Yo-Yo Ma and his son Nicholas.
S28E15 Little and Big (5) 28/08/1998 Rogers visits the studio apartment of an innovative architect. She explains how an appreciation of the earth inspired her to design certain tables, seats, and couches. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Cornflake S. Pecially improves King Friday's mood with a ""Royal Automated Yo-Yo."" Further reason to repeal the ""no yo-yos"" rule comes from a videotape of Yo-Yo Ma.
S29E01 Noisy and Quiet (1) 15/02/1999 Rogers witnesses the Westminster Choir College (of Rider University) Bell Choir. Later in the program, Mr. McFeely shows a video on how people make bells. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Mayor Maggie presents a loud bell to Henrietta Pussycat. That bell quickly becomes a big irritant to the others.
S29E02 Noisy and Quiet (2) 16/02/1999 Rogers attends the rehearsals for a dance team that performs with long ribbons. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Henrietta Pussycat, X the Owl, and a muted Bob Dog are frightened when they see so many of their neighbors in strange costumes. What they don't know is that these costumed neighbors are staging a parade.
S29E03 Noisy and Quiet (3) 17/02/1999 Rogers visits drum performer/teacher Tim Adams. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, X and Henrietta have rigged their tree so that, at the first sign of anything unnatural, everyone will hear constant drumming.
S29E04 Noisy and Quiet (4) 18/02/1999 Rogers recounts his snorkeling adventure with Sylvia Earle (extracted from the show of April 19, 1990). Later in the program, Sylvia Earle visits the television house, where screen a videotape on the sounds of fish. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, everyone is upset at the constant bell-ringing and drumming at Henrietta and X's tree. No one can convince him to stop, especially since fewer and fewer neighbors remain uncostumed.
S29E05 Noisy and Quiet (5) 19/02/1999 Chuck Aber, dressed as a marching-band leader, visits the television house to borrow one of Rogers' noisemakers. Contrasting the noise is Rogers' contention that a smile is quiet and lovable. The Neighborhood of Make-Believe is ready for its costume-laden parade, but must convince X and Henrietta of the parade's nature.
S29E06 Go-Stop-Go (1) 26/07/1999 Mister Rogers assembles a fountain in his kitchen. This leads to a videotape of numerous fountains from around the world. Mr. McFeely shows a videotape of his own, on how people make raincoats. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, King Friday XIII donates the old castle fountain to Mayor Maggie and the people of Westwood. Lady Elaine gets a gift as well. Chuck Aber gives her a nozzle to squirt water.
S29E07 Go-Stop-Go (2) 27/07/1999 Mister Rogers and Chuck Aber discuss the proper safety gear for in-line skating. Those in the Neighborhood of Make-Believe think they have made progress to curb Lady Elaine's random squirts. Afterward, Mr. McFeely shows a video on making concrete sidewalks.
S29E08 Go-Stop-Go (3) 28/07/1999 Rogers visits Marc Brown, creator of the Arthur books. Marc Brown talks about how his Grandma Thora had saved his childhood drawings. (Of course, Grandma Thora is the name of Arthur's grandmother, just as some of the other characters are reminders of Marc's family and friends.) The two men share a scene from Rogers' guest appearance on Arthur in early fall 1997 (first half of ""Arthur Meets Mister Rogers / Draw!""). Arthur shows up in the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, greeting several neighbors—including Lady Elaine.
S29E09 Go-Stop-Go (4) 29/07/1999 Rogers takes an extended trip to a fire station. The lessons learned there, extend to the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, as several neighbors become volunteer fire fighters.
S29E10 Go-Stop-Go (5) 30/07/1999 Rogers witnesses a school fire drill. The Neighborhood of Make-Believe gives support to the Platypus family following the previous day's fire. King Friday gives an award to Lady Elaine for her action.
S29E11 When Things Get Broken (1) 23/08/1999 Rogers enters with a computer mouse and introduces viewers to the one room of the television house we have never seen. He introduces viewers to the online neighborhood (pbskids.org/rogers). Later in the program, Mr. McFeely shows a video on fixing a computer mouse. At the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, the King and Queen are searching for the ""royal mouse."" He has been in the Museum-Go-Round, busily planning a surprise with Lady Elaine.
S29E12 When Things Get Broken (2) 24/08/1999 Rogers reads the library book When the TV Broke before visiting the neighborhood library. Once there, he finds a title the librarian recommends. Before he reads, Rogers sits in on a kids' crafts group. At the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, King Friday insists that the royal HulaMouse must return to the Castle. Chuck Aber sees him first, and when he takes HulaMouse to the Castle, they learn King Friday is flying around the world in search of him.
S29E13 When Things Get Broken (3) 25/08/1999 Rogers visits the studio of George Rhodes. He watches as Rhodes demonstrates one of his mechanical ball inventions. A co-worker shows Rogers around to see various men at work on these machines. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, King Friday XIII returns, not at all pleased by HulaMouse's absence. At the height of his anger, he breaks a toy that Lady Aberlin has brought.
S29E14 When Things Get Broken (4) 26/08/1999 Joe Negri visits the television house to repair a ukulele. Mr. McFeely shows a videotape on how people make bread. In between, not everyone in the Neighborhood of Make-Believe has recovered from the shock of the day before. After King Friday tries an apology, Lady Elaine feels everything is ready for her (and HulaMouse's) surprise.
S29E15 When Things Get Broken (5) 27/08/1999 Rogers starts with a visit to a children's dance studio, where participants act out a story. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, King Friday truly apologizes for his acts. He joins everyone else at the Museum-Go-Round for Lady Elaine's exhibit.
S30E01 Curiosity (1) 21/02/2000 Rogers uses a frame to concentrate on small sections of a large mural. Seeing a set of vegetables in one section of the mural, he reflects on a visit to an ""edible school yard"" (vegetable garden). In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, King Friday XIII is irritated when Purple Panda and his compatriot, Little Panda, fool him. He commands that they cancel all curiosity. (This costs the entire Neighborhood a chance to see a rolled-up piece of paper Mayor Maggie has brought.)
S30E02 Curiosity (2) 22/02/2000 Rogers makes a shaker out of small lid tops and a can before seeing several homemade instruments played at Negri's Music Shop. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Chuck Aber begins to build a truck frame around curious Daniel's Clock. Little Panda tries to show Prince Tuesday how to travel ""the Purple way,"" but both get lost.
S30E03 Curiosity (3) 23/02/2000 Rogers visits a friend who takes him on a ""bucket lift"" prior to trimming trees. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Purple Panda suggests—to Lady Aberlin's dismay—that Little Panda and Prince Tuesday may not be on anyplace familiar.
S30E04 Curiosity (4) 24/02/2000 Rogers gives a final discussion on false faces (he holds up masks of King Friday XIII and Daniel Tiger). He then visits a new studio set—the toy-and-book store run by a new neighbor, Tony Chiroldes. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, everyone is still looking for Little Panda and Prince Tuesday. Betty Okonak Templeton uses a telescope, as do the others, to discover just the planet to seek. It is up to HulaMouse to rescue Tuesday and Little Panda.
S30E05 Curiosity (5) 25/02/2000 Rogers reads his own book, Daniel Striped Tiger Gets Ready for Bed. Later in the program, he finds violinist Hilary Hahn at Negri's Music Shop. In between, nighttime grips the Neighborhood of Make-Believe with worry over Little Panda and Prince Tuesday.
S30E06 Ready to Read? (1) 28/08/2000 Rogers immediately goes to see elephants, full-sized ones and a baby one. He also shows a video on how people make backpacks. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, an over-curious King Friday XIII asks that Cornflake S. Pecially build a machine to look inside of things.
S30E07 Ready to Read? (2) 29/08/2000 Mister Rogers visits guitarist Manuel Barrueco at Negri's Music Shop. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Queen Sara gives HulaMouse a picture with several hoops and a few hidden letters.
S30E08 Ready to Read? (3) 30/08/2000 Rogers witnesses a majestic ballet dancer and her teacher. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Lady Elaine reveals her plans for a new game show.
S30E09 Ready to Read? (4) 31/08/2000 Chuck Aber visits the television house with his H.J. Elephant III puppet and the book I Read Signs. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Lady Aberlin discovers H.J. Elephant III knows sign language. What nobody knows is how to get H.J. involved in The Reading Game.
S30E10 Ready to Read? (5) 01/09/2000 Given assistance from Mayor Maggie, H.J. Elephant reads his first words on Lady Elaine's new show, The Reading Game. Mr. McFeely shows Rogers a video on how people make ball caps.
S31E01 Celebrate the Arts (1) 27/08/2001 While tree-sitting for Mr. McFeely, Rogers draws a picture of a tiny oak tree. McFeely compliments the drawing, and later, he shows a video on how people make adult tricycles. In between, Cousin Mary returns to the Neighborhood of Make-Believe to show her videotape of various trees.
S31E02 Celebrate the Arts (2) 28/08/2001 Rogers takes one last visit to his sand table, leading to a video insert of people playing with sand at a beach. Afterward, Rogers makes only the second trip to Tony Chiroldes' toy-and-book store. King Friday XIII pronounces the Neighborhood of Make-Believe will hold an art festival. That doesn't impress Lady Elaine, who appoints herself the art judge.
S31E03 Celebrate the Arts (3) 29/08/2001 Just 2¾ minutes in, the Neighborhood of Make-Believe sees Chuck Aber and HulaMouse's finished sand sculpture. Lady Elaine quickly criticizes it and just about everything else. But the sand sculpture inspires Lady Aberlin to dance, and leads Daniel to creating a tiny mobile. Before we leave the Clock one last time, Daniel Striped Tiger suggests why Lady Elaine might be hurting people's feelings. The rest of the show is devoted to Rogers' visit to a lady's pottery (video insert).
S31E04 Celebrate the Arts (4) 30/08/2001 Rogers makes his last visit to Negri's Music Shop. There he meets an expert playing the glass armonica (this is spelled correctly). In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, several discover just why Lady Elaine is hurting people's feelings.
S31E05 Celebrate the Arts (5) 31/08/2001 The last program in Mister Rogers' Neighborhood history, bows out in stoic fashion. Everyone in the Neighborhood of Make-Believe now knows that Lady Elaine is still brooding on that day long ago when somebody hurt her feelings. But when the time comes to ""judge"" all the artwork, Lady Elaine shows up not with a judgment, but with a collage of all the neighbors. It is Lady Elaine's rightful act of compassion toward those around her. Mr. McFeely, fittingly, is the last guest in Mister Rogers' television home. He and Mister Rogers share a video collage of artists in their various fields.
S31E06 Circus Fun 00/00/0000 Jeff Gable brings some baby chicks (peeps) by for Mr. Rogers to see. Chuckles the clown visits the land of Make Believe. Lady Aberlain and Chuckles the clown help some of their neighbors with their feelings. Nancy the Catepillar wants to be a Butterfly just like and Darryl. The theme is how nice you are just the way you are. Later in the show, Mr. Rogers actually visits a live circus and sees acrobats and elephants.
S31E07 Music Adventures 00/00/0000 Mr. Rogers visits his friend Tom Ohorgin at his music shop. They try out a flexitone and look at many other obscure musical instruments. the theme of music follows through to the land of Make Believe.

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